1 The Guide Queen of Angels Parish September 1, 2013 Twenty-Second Sunday in Ordinary Time 9:30 CHILDREN S LITURGY RETURNS! WILL YOU HELP? The Children s Liturgy of the Word (CLW) will return to the 9:30 a.m. Mass this September. As part of Sunday Mass, these liturgies are an opportunity for children COMING EVENTS to hear the readings and prayers of the Mass in words that are familiar to them. Monday, September 2 CLW is designed for children ages 3 through early primary grades. Children and Labor Day Holiday catechists share prayer and reflection on the Sunday readings. 10 a.m. Mass, Church The experience at Children s Liturgy parallels that of all the faithful All Parish & School Facilities Closed worshipping at Mass each week. Children are blessed by the priest before the First SVDP Toiletries Collection Ends Reading, walk together downstairs to the Children s Liturgy chapel space, and return upstairs to their families later in the Mass. The reunion of families in time for the see page 5 for more info consecration and Communion is a sign of the union of the Church in this holy sacrament. Wednesday, September 4 Volunteers are needed! Please consider giving your time to guide young PB&J Sandwich-Making Party ones and lead them closer to the Lord, especially if your children enjoy Children's see page 4 for more info Liturgy of the Word or if you are new to the parish and would like your family to Wednesdays, September 4, 11, 18 & 25 participate in CLW. Materials and training provided. Catechists work in pairs with Adult Faith Formation Course a minimal time commitment outside of CLW. We are looking for a few more see below at right for more info volunteers in order to be fully staffed. For information or to volunteer, call the parish office at or Sue Roeser at Saturday, September 7 8th Grade Car & Bike Wash CATHOLICISM: A BRIEF REFRESHER COURSE Has it been a while since your confirmation? Is CCD a distant memory? Consider attending Catholicism: A Brief Refresher Course, a series of talks for adults from 7 to 8 p.m. Wednesday evenings this September at the Voss Parish Center, 4412 N. Sunday, September 8 Western. The parishes of Queen of Angels and St. Matthias will sponsor the talks. CCD Classes Begin 10:45 a.m. to 11:45 a.m., School September 4 The Church and the Bible with Brother Jim Van Dyke see at right & page 6 for more info September 11 The Mass and the Healing Sacraments with Fr. John Sanaghan September 18 Saints and Sacramentals with Dennis Temple and Dan Plovanich Thursday, September 12 September 25 The Church and the World with Msgr. Jim Kaczorowski Parish Transformation Kick-off Spend some time with fellow Catholics, to learn or relearn some of the teachings of 7 p.m., Upper Voss Catholicism. Commit to attend all four sessions, if you can do so, though you are see pages 3 & 6 for more info welcome to any of them. To register, send an to Sunday, September 15 see page 3 for more info Catechetical Sunday Blessing at 9:30 a.m. Mass, Church Friday-Saturday, September Harvest Jam Street Festival see page 4 for more info Friday-Sunday, September SPRED Tootsie Roll Drive see page 5 for more info 4412 N. Western Avenue Chicago, Illinois TIME TO PREPARE FOR RELIGIOUS EDUCATION Registration continues for Religious Education (CCD) classes and Confirmation Preparation. CCD classes are intended for children who are not attending a Catholic school, and they are available to children as young as Kindergarten. Most classes meet on Sunday mornings. Sacramental preparation, such as for First Communion or Confirmation, forms a part of Religious Education, but there is so much more to learn during a child s grade school years. It is important for children to have the chance to develop their faith. Sunday morning CCD classes will begin next Sunday, September 8, so don t delay! Advance registration continues at the parish office this week. Fill out forms in person or bring them back. Call Mission Statement: Queen of Angels is a Christian Community joined in one Catholic Faith and nourished by the same sacramental life. We celebrate the diversity of our people united through our spiritual life, sharing of faith and knowledge, enjoyment of one another, the concern for human needs and the stewardship of all we have. We undertake this challenge as Disciples of Jesus guided by His word and strengthened by His love.
2 Page Two Twenty-Second Sunday in Ordinary Time September 1, 2013 Parish Staff & Ministries Church: 2330 W. Sunnyside Ave. Voss Parish Center: 4412 N. Western Ave. Phone: Fax: Parish Website: parish.queenofangelschicago.org School Website: Office Hours: 8:30 a.m.- 8 p.m. Monday-Thursday 8:30 a.m.- 4 p.m. Friday 9:30 a.m. 1 p.m. Saturday Closed Sundays Rev. Msgr. James T. Kaczorowski, Pastor Rev. Mr. Bienvenido Nieves, Deacon and wife, Maria Ms. Rachel Hohner, Parish Secretary Mr. Kent Jager, Music Director Ms. Maria Valdes Vargas, Director of Spanish Language Music QUEEN OF ANGELS PARISH SCHOOL Pre-school, Before- and After- School Programs Kindergarten through 8th Grade 4520 N. Western, , Fax Mrs. Julia Byrns Kelly, School Principal Mrs. Donna Kalom, School Secretary PARISH RELIGIOUS EDUCATION Sunday Morning Religion (CCD) classes for students, Grades 1 through 8, not attending a Catholic School. Preparation for First Communion, First Reconciliation and 8th Grade and High School Student Confirmation 4520 N. Western , ext. 15 Ms. Rachel Hohner, Coordinator SPANISH LANGUAGE MINISTRY OFFICE La OFICINA de MINISTERIO HISPANO 4412 N. Western SPRED: FAITH FORMATION FOR CHILDREN AND ADULTS WITH DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES 4412 N. Western Mrs. Julie Hess, Coordinator SPRED website: GUILD HALL, GYMNASIUM AND VOSS CENTER 4416 N. Western To sign up for Online Giving: parish.queenofangelschicago.org/give-central/ Bulletin Deadline: 10 a.m. Tuesday If you have an upcoming event or activity it is suggested you advertise it in our bulletin at least two weeks prior to the event. Send in a hard copy or send an to: Shorter articles may be faxed to We Remember Tony Krier, Jimmy Truslow, Joyce Nikolai, Martin Farrell, and Members of the Parish Remembrance Society We Pray For Shirley Madison, Susan Duffy, Catherine Polster, Karen Iacovelli, Nancy Sternik, Tessie Banasiak, Sergio Pierluissi, Bonnie Michaels, Edna Omoso, Dolores Nieder, John Schiro Sr., and Cleo McDonald Names will remain on Prayer List for one month from request unless resubmitted CATHOLIC CHARITIES GRATEFUL FOR MOTHER S DAY COLLECTION ASSISTANCE Thank you for taking up the Catholic Charities collection on Mother s Day. We received a check from your parish for $3, in late July. Please extend my heartfelt gratitude to the people of Queen of Angels Parish for their continued support. I am grateful for your commitment to our mission, which inspired such generosity among so many people. Your caring response encourages us and brings love, hope and possibility to thousands of women who struggle in poverty. Through your donation, they will receive compassionate help to solve problems, repair relationships, achieve stability and accomplish the goals they set for themselves and their children. Our wish is that all may live a fulfilling life with dignity. Thank you again for all the ways you help Catholic Charities. I wish the very best for you, your staff and parishioners and will keep you in my prayers. Rev. Msgr. Michael M. Boland, President ALL ARE WELCOME! BIENVENIDOS! SCHEDULE FOR MASSES HORARIO DE MISAS Weekends Saturday 9 a.m. & 5 p.m. in English Sunday 8, 9:30 & 11 a.m. in English... Domingo 12:30 p.m. en español 6:30 p.m. at St. Benedict (2215 W. Irving Park Road) in English Monday through Friday Weekday Masses 8:30 a.m. Holy Day Masses 8:30 a.m. in English and 7 p.m. bilingual / bilingüe SACRAMENTS SACRAMENTOS Reconciliation (confessions) in English: Saturdays, 9:30-10 a.m. & 4-4:30 p.m. English Wedding and Baptism Arrangements Please phone the Voss Parish Center: Baptisms in English-Second Saturdays at 11:30 a.m. & Third Sundays at 2 p.m. Baptism Preparation Classes in English: First Tuesday of Every Month (excluding national holidays) Bautismos en Español - El primer sábado a las 11:30 a.m. y el cuarto domingo a las 2 p.m. Para Arreglar una Boda o un Bautismo Favor de llamar a la Oficina de Ministerio Hispano: Clases de preparación para bautismo en español son el segundo o tercer sábado de cada mes (excepto en días de fiesta nacional) Exposition & Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament: Friday 9 a.m.-10 a.m. Homebound: Call the Parish Center to arrange communion in home for those unable to attend Mass. Please register at the Voss Parish Center or at the Welcome Table in the church after any Mass. If you are a Catholic who has not yet been Confirmed, or a member of another religion who would like to learn more about our Catholic Faith and Church, and perhaps even become a Catholic, please phone or visit the parish office. Welcome to you!
3 September 1, 2013 Twenty-Second Sunday in Ordinary Time Page Three PARISH TRANSFORMATION SURVEY: MAKE YOUR VOICE HEARD! To help me and the rest of the Parish Transformation team with our efforts this fall, please complete the Parish Transformation survey. If you are comfortable with a computer, I encourage you to complete the survey online. Paper copies are available in the back of church. If you are completing a paper copy, please return it to the basket in the back of the church or to the parish office by Sunday, September 23. The online survey is available until Sunday, September 30. The survey should take about 20 to 30 minutes. Parish Transformation Survey in English: Parish Transformation Survey in Spanish: There is a link to the survey on our parish website, parish.queenofangelschicago.org. Thank you for your time and thoughtful feedback, which will be important for the Parish Transformation Team as we review what our community may need to do differently. In addition to taking the survey, please consider joining the Parish Transformation Team. Call me at the parish office to express your interest, and to mark your calendar for our kick-off meeting for Parish Transformation at 7 p.m. on Thursday, September 12 at the Parish Center, 4412 N. Western. Monsignor Jim Kaczorowski, Pastor COLLECTION ENDS TOMORROW! Keep in mind the needs of the poor and gather unused personal-sized bottles of shampoo, lotion and other toiletries for the Franciscan Outreach Mission. Target, Kmart, Walmart and most drugstores all have travel sections where small toiletries are available. The Society of St. Vincent depaul has a collection box in the gathering space of Church for your donations through Labor Day. Your thoughtfulness will help provide the needed toiletries for some of the 40,000 showers provided by the Chicago mission each year! Please bring your donations to church no later than 10 a.m. Mass on Labor Day. Thank you! HELP THE 8 TH GRADE CLEAN UP AT THE CAR AND BICYCLE WASH The Eighth Grade students from our parish school will begin fundraising efforts for their end-of-the-year class trip with a Car and Bicycle Wash from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, September 7, in the parking lot at the corner of Western & Sunnyside. There will be a $10 suggested donation for washing cars, and a $5 suggested donation for washing bikes. Please consider bringing your dirty bicycle or vehicle (complete with vacation bug splatter) to the event in support of our enterprising students. Blake, we ll always love you Though fighting as hard as any superhero, nine-year-old parishioner Blake Resendiz died last week following a seven-year battle with leukemia. Whether you attended the funeral Mass for Blake, offered prayers, brought food or decorations to the reception or wake, made Superman capes, picked up helium balloons, set up, fed attendees, or cleaned up when it was over thank you. Some of us knew Blake and his family well, some of us knew them only by name at church; yet all took time to support this grieving family. Though our hearts ache for what this family is now going through, it was heartwarming to see so many people in our parish come together to care for the Resendiz Family. Through Blake s short life, people had the opportunity to live the Gospel. GET SET FOR HARVEST JAM 2013 Celebrate the season and enjoy good family fun at Harvest Jam, our parish's fall festival, on two days this September. Join us from 5 p.m. to 11 p.m. on Friday, September 20 and from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. on Saturday, September 21 in the parking lot at the corner of Western and Sunnyside. Attractions and events planned include: Live music from The Breakfast Club, Maryanne Johnson, Jaked, Diving for Dynamite, Scott Grube and more Great food from Houndstooth Grill & Rainbow Cone Fun activities for the whole family including Euro Bungee Trampoline, Inflatables, Lego Station, Pet Vet, Hair & Face Painting, Balloon Characters Cooking contests: Pie Baking, Chili Cook-Off & Grill Master Challenge Scarecrow contest & auction 50/50 Raffle New for 2013! Custom Harvest Jam souvenir cup: Buy one and receive a discount on refills! Volunteer a shift or two at the event! It s fun to work at and easy to sign up. Help is needed for many different roles, including ticket and food sales, kids crafts and games, set-up and clean-up. Sign up via goo.gl/s9sq2f or follow the link posted on the parish website at parish.queenofangelschicago.org/harvest-jam/. Help us make this a great event! Become a family sponsor of Harvest Jam and help underwrite costs Donate $100 and receive 2 free entry tickets Donate $250 and receive 5 free entry tickets and 2 souvenir cups Donate $500 and receive 10 free tickets and 2 souvenir cups Please drop off your sponsorship check at the school or parish office in an envelope marked Harvest Jam Sponsorship. Or you may donate electronically through online giving GiveCentral using the Harvest Jam event via parish.queenofangelschicago.org/give-central/. Hope to see you there! Harvest Jam co-chairs: Christi & Frank Manna, Mike & MarySue Witchger,
4 Page Four Twenty-Second Sunday in Ordinary Time September 1, 2013 FAMILY FUN PB&J PARTY The Commons Community Service Team will be holding the first monthly PB&J party of the new school year. This event will be held with the after-school care students from 4 to 5:30 p.m. on Wednesday, September 4 in the school cafeteria. You are welcome to join us in making PB&J sandwiches and assembling sack lunches for the homeless and elderly guests of St. Teresa s Loaves and Fishes Program. Teens come out and help! This is a great way to earn service hours for your high school or for Confirmation Prep. We also have jobs for toddlers through adults. Please direct questions to Julie Buckert at or We would like to thank HarvestTime grocery store for continuing to donate the produce for this event. GIRL SCOUT NEWS All Girl Scout meetings will take place in the Parish Center, 4412 N. Western Ave. Brownies (2nd & 3rd grades) will meet from 6 to 7 p.m. Thursdays, beginning September 5 in the Lower Voss. Juniors (4th & 5th grades) will meet from 6 to 7 p.m. Wednesdays, starting September 11 in the Upper Voss. Both groups will meet every other week. Contact Ann at SPECIAL COLLECTIONS September 1 Lyman Scholarship (with regular collection) September 2 Labor Day/Society of St. Vincent depaul September 15 Sharing: Maternity BVM (with regular collection) September 22 Seminaries WEEKLY COLLECTION SUMMARY Weekend of: Sunday Envelopes Number of envelopes: Collected amount: Percent of total: Loose Collection Collected amount: Percent of total: Give Central Projected amount: Percent of total: ParishPay Projected amount: Percent of total: August 24 & $3, % $1, % $2, % $ % August 17 & $4, % $1, % $ % Total Collection: $7, $8, Many thanks to all who sacrifice and share to support the ministries of Queen of Angels! $2, % SOCIETY OF ST. VINCENT depaul REFLECTS: Today we hear Jesus say to us,...when you hold a banquet, invite the poor, the crippled, the lame and the blind; blessed indeed will you be because of their inability to repay you. For you will be repaid at the resurrection of the righteous. Planning a wedding feast or banquet? Consider offering the cost of one plate to the Society of St. Vincent depaul so that the poor can have a seat at your banquet table. VENITE SEORSUM: COME AWAY AND REST IN JESUS What would you say to Jesus if he was right in front of you? Say it in Eucharistic Adoration. God is real. God is present. God is fully present in the most Blessed Sacrament. Queen of Angels offers Eucharistic Adoration in order to deepen our family s life of prayer through the source and summit of our faith. Exposition is now 9 to 10 a.m. on the main altar every Friday after the morning weekday Mass. Though many have come to adore our Lord Jesus throughout the days on Fridays, the challenge of scheduling a consistent presence of adorers inspired this new opportunity. At least two adorers must still be present. To sign up for this parish Holy Hour, please contact Jessica or John Smith by at or by phone at God gives a home to the forsaken Psalm 68:7a ONE NATION ONE FAMILY ONE DREAM Francis Cardinal George, O.M.I invites people to join him for One Nation One Family One Dream, A Concert for the Journey, featuring the City Lights Orchestra at 7:30 p.m. Monday, September 30 at Holy Family Church, 1080 W. Roosevelt Road. Proceeds will benefit the Office for Immigrant Affairs. For sponsorship opportunities or inquiries, contact Mark Goebel at or WHEELS FOR THE NEEDY The Society of St. Vincent depaul s Wheels for the Needy program welcomes donations of cars, trucks, vans, boats any vehicle that runs! The Society sells vehicles at auction; proceeds support those in need. A portion of proceeds goes directly to the Queen of Angels Conference for the poor in our community. Call Elvia at MISERICORDIA SEPTEMBER FAMILY FEST Join in the fun from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday, September 8 for the 33rd Annual Misericordia Family Fest at Ridge and Devon. Live entertainment, children s games, kiddie rides, auction, raffles, food and drink are scheduled. Free parking is provided. Proceeds support Misericordia s programs for 600 children and adults with developmental disabilities. Call
5 September 1, 2013 Twenty-Second Sunday in Ordinary Time Page Five GIVECENTRAL PLACES EMPHASIS ON THE WORK OF GOD Sign up for GiveCentral and know that your donation to Queen of Angels makes it to church whether or not you do. The work of God s house continues just as mortgages and rents must still be paid as the cost of utilities creeps up. We rely on our parishioners to help us keep the entire parish property in shape. GiveCentral.org encourages us to give scripturally. Too often we pay our other bills, shop, entertain and at the very last, give what is left to the Church. With GiveCentral.org the very first donation can go to Queen of Angels, helping the parish and helping us move closer to living the Gospel. It is time to give serious consideration to GiveCentral, the electronic giving program for the Archdiocese of Chicago. GiveCentral.org is a secure online system where parishioners can create individual giving profiles with payment options ranging from direct debit (ACH) to credit cards, and give one-time or repeatedly. By giving electronically, you save Queen of Angels time and money. And you save yourself the need to locate your envelopes, write out a check and hope you remember to bring the envelope with you to church. GiveCentral.org makes it easier to budget knowing what funds will be available at any given time. This helps us avoid paying late fees on our parish bills and meet our own deadlines. Click the Donate Now button at parish.queenofangelschicago.org. If you need assistance, call Tom at the Parish Center at SCOUTER REUNION AND POTLUCK Come one, come all to the annual Scouter Reunion and Potluck Dinner at 5:30 p.m. on Saturday, October 5 in the Lower Church. Invited are all former and current Cub Scout, Boy Scout and Girl Scout leaders, parents and Scouts. On the agenda, in addition to the food, are ceremonies, songs, skits, crafts, sharing of memories and good, old-fashioned camaraderie. There will also be a brief memorial service for all of our deceased Scouters. Uniforms are in order, and you can wear all of the medals that you have earned. Charlie Marino will be the guest speaker, who together with his wife was instrumental in founding the Ronald McDonald House at Children s Memorial Hospital in Chicago. It s a fascinating story! The church is handicapped-accessible and free parking can be found in the parking lot at the corner of Westen & Sunnyside as well as on both sides of Western Avenue south of Sunnyside. Please make reservations with Maria Bappert at and let her know what dish you will bring. Members of the Society of St. Vincent depaul and the new St. Vincent depaul Youth Group gathered to distribute school supplies to 108 young people, up from 70 last year. As seen below, the workers are putting final items in place before they meet the young recipients. SSVD AND YOUTH AID 108 STUDENTS Queen of Angels donations were up this year and extra supplies were donated from St. Pascal. These combined efforts made it possible for neighborhood young people to get their supplies in readiness for the new school year. Save the date! September s youth group activity will be participation in the St. Vincent DePaul Friends of the Poor 5K Run/Walk. All are invited to walk a mile in my shoes. The walk will take place along the lakefront near Lincoln Park Zoo on Saturday, September 28. Youth can register by to Parishioner adults may register online via bit.ly/11cq0q6. Any high school students who would like to join the youth group should call the parish at or for opportunities to grow in friendship and spirituality while earning service hours for their schools. TOOTSIE ROLL DRIVE TO HELP SPRED Queen of Angels SPRED program offers a respectful experience of faith formation for people with developmental disabilities. The program takes place in a beautiful meeting space within the context of small faith communities in one-on-one partnerships with the friends with special needs. Over the years SPRED here has relied on the financial generosity of our parishioners at Queen of Angels through our Holiday Nut Sale. This year we will not offer the nut sale because of the rise of cost, but we will focus solely on the Knights of Columbus Tootsie Roll drive this September We ask for your help and support in this effort through your own contributions, but also by considering the donation of a little of your time to help with the drive. It's simple and fun. To sign up or for more information, contact Julie Hess at or The Three SPRED Communities of Queen of Angels Are you new to our parish community? Welcome! Have you recently moved? May God bless your new home! Please visit or contact the parish office at or to introduce yourself, register or adjust your existing registration. Thank you!
6 Page Six Twenty-Second Sunday in Ordinary Time September 1, 2013 TRANSFORMACIÓN PARROQUIAL ENCUESTA DE TRANSFORMACIÓN PARROQUIAL: HAGA OÍR SU VOZ! Para ayudarme a mi y al Equipo de Transformación Parroquial con nuestro trabajo este otoño, favor de llenar la encuesta de Transformación Parroquial. Para ustedes quienes se sienten cómodos con las computadoras, les animo a que llenen la encuesta en el internet. Copias estarán disponibles en la parte de atrás de la iglesia. Si van a llenar la encuesta, favor de devolverla en la canasta que se encuentra en la parte de atrás de la iglesia o en la oficina de la parroquia antes del domingo, 23 de septiembre. Si la va a llenar en el internet, por favor hágalo antes del domingo, 30 de septiembre. Llenar la encuesta le tomará unos 20 a 30 minutos. Encuesta de Transformación Parroquial en español: Encuesta de Transformación Parroquial en inglés: También tenemos una liga a la encuesta en nuestra enlace de internet, parish.queenofangelschicago.org. Le agradecemos su tiempo y su reacción atenta, que proveerá importante información para el Equipo de Transformación Parroquial al revisar lo que necesitamos hacer diferentemente como parroquia. Además de tomar la encuesta, le ruego considerar unirse al Equipo de Transformación Parroquial. Le pido que me llame a la oficina de la parroquia para expresar su interés y que marque su calendario para nuestra junta inicial de Transformación Parroquial a las 7 p.m. el jueves 12 de Septiembre en el Centro Parroquial, 4412 N. Western. Monseñor Jim Kaczorowski NO ES DEMASIADO TARDE PARA REGISTRARSE PARA CLASES DE CATECISMO Niños que no asisten a una escuela católica pueden registrarse para tomar Clases de Religión los Domingos por la Mañana (de Kindergarten a séptimo grado) y preparación para la Confirmación (de octavo grado hasta la secundaria). Clases de CCD empezarán a las 10:45 a.m. el próximo domingo, el 8 de septiembre, en la escuela. La próxima semana habrá una reunión importante para padres de los jóvenes que van hacer confirmados este año. Para asegurarnos de que su hijo/a no falte a ninguna clase o alguna información, es sumamente importante que sean registrados antes del comienzo de las clases. Educación religiosa es regar las semillas sembradas por Dios. Las clases han sido diseñadas para ayudar a nuestra juventud a aprender y crecer en su fe año tras año. Durante los años que asistirían a clases de religión, también se prepararían para hacer su Primera Reconciliación, su Primera Comunión y su Confirmación, pero una buena educación de religión requiera más aparte de estos cuatro sacramentos. Ayude a sus hijos a desarrollar los regalos de fe que usted y sus padrinos les dieron el día de su bautismo. Igual a la escuela que asiste diario, los niños están invitados a comenzar su educación religiosa desde el kindergarten y el primer grado. Para los estudiantes quienes son nuevos al programa o simplemente se han cambiado de otra escuela o iglesia, nosotros trabajaremos con cada familia para ponerlos en la clase o programa apropiado. Registración para cualquiera de los programas ya mencionados, puede ser hecho durante las horas que la oficina de la parroquia se encuentra abierta o puede llamar a la oficina parroquial al y deje un mensaje. VEN Y DESCANSA EN JESÚS Qué dirían ustedes a Jesús si estuviera justo enfrente de ustedes? Díganlo en Adoración Eucarística. Dios es real. Dios está presente. Dios está completamente presente en el más Bendito Sacramento. Reina de los Ángeles ofrece Adoración Eucarística para que podamos profundizar nuestra vida de oración familiar a través de la fuente y cumbre de nuestra fe. Apartir del 30 de agosto, la Exposición tomará lugar de 9:00 a 10:00 a.m. en el Altar Principal cada viernes después de misa. Aun cuando muchos vienen a adorar a nuestro Señor Jesús durante el día los viernes, el reto de programar una presencia consistente de adoradores inspiró esta nueva oportunidad. Al menos dos adoradores deben estar presentes. Para registrarse para esta Hora Santa de la parroquia, favor de contactar a Jessica o John Smith al o al Es tu primera vez en nuestra parroquia? Bienvenidos! Se ha mudado recientemente? Que Dios bendiga su nuevo hogar! Por favor visite o contacte la oficina parroquial al para registrarse o arreglar su registración actual. Gracias!
7 September 1, 2013 Twenty-Second Sunday in Ordinary Time Our Week s Work and Prayers Page Seven Monday, September 2 Labor Day Labor Day Holiday Mass, 10 am, Church All Parish Facilities Closed; No School Tuesday, September 3 Overeaters Anonymous, 5:15 pm, Upper Voss Baptism Preparation Class, 7 pm, Upper Voss Alcoholics Anonymous, 7:30 pm, Lower Voss Wednesday, September 4 PB&J Sandwich-making Service Event, 4 pm, School Lunchroom Cherub Choir Rehearsal, 5:15 pm, Lower Church Choristers Rehearsal, 6 pm, Lower Church Catholicism: A Brief Refresher Course, 7 pm, Lower Voss Webelos Den Level 2 Meeting, 7 pm, Lower Church Kitchen Cub Scout Den Leaders Meeting, 7 pm, Upper Voss Adult Choir & Schola Angelorum Rehearsal, 7:30 pm, Lower Church Thursday, September 5 Brownie Scouts, 6 pm, Lower Voss Circulo de Oración, 7 pm, Sótano de la Iglesia Curriculum Night Open House, 7pm, School Girl Scout Leaders Meeting, 7:30pm, Lower Voss 8th Grade Parent Meeting, 8 pm, School Friday, September 6 Eucharistic Adoration, 9 to 10 am, Church School Early Dismissal, 2:15 pm Choristers Rehearsal, 2:30 pm, Lower Church Estudio de la Biblia, 6 pm, Sótano de la Iglesia Saturday, September 7 Cub Scout Webelos Bike Safety Obstacle Course, 7 am Girl Scout CPR Renewal, 8am 8th Grade Car Wash Fundraiser, 10 am to 2 pm, Parking Lot Bautismos, 11:30 am, Iglesia Sunday, September 8 Shop With the Angels, after 8 and 9:30 am Masses, Gathering Space Choristers & Schola Angelorum Warm-up, 9 am, Lower Church Adult Choir & Schola Angelorum Warm-up, 10:15 am, Lower Church First CCD Classes, 10:45 am, School ALTAR SERVERS / MONAGUILLOS Saturday, September 7 5 pm Mass Matthew Czech and Charles Lynch Sunday, September 8 8 am Mass Maggie Johnson 9:30 am Mass Bridget and Colleen Peterson 11 am Mass Aiden Cloud and Gustavo Giancola 12:30 pm Misa TBD GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY MASS SET The Golden Wedding Anniversary Mass will begin at 2:45 p.m. Sunday, September 22, at Holy Name Cathedral, 735 N. State St. Couples married in 1963 interested in attending the celebration should contact the parish office to register. Call the Family Ministries Office at or visit MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 2 FOR THE SANCTIFICATION OF HUMAN LABOR 1 Thes 4:13-18 Ps 96:1 and 2, 3, 4-5, 11-12, 13 Lk 4: :00 LABOR DAY HOLIDAY MASS Tony Krier TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3 ST. GREGORY THE GREAT 1 Thes 5:1-6, 9-11 Ps 27:1, 4, Lk 4: :30 MORNING MASS Joyce Nikolai WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4 Col 1:1-8 Ps 52:10,11 Lk 4: :30 MORNING MASS Blake Resendiz THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5 Col 1:9-14 Ps 98:2-3ab, 3cd-4, 5-6 Lk :30 MORNING MASS James Truslow FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6 Col 1:15-20 Ps 100:1b-2, 3, 4, 5, 6 Lk 5: :30 MORNING MASS Darrin Ziga Paul Niemerg 4 th Anniversary 10:00 MEMORIAL MASS Katherine Demes SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7 Col 1:21-23 Ps 54:3-4, 6 and 8 Lk 6:1-5 9:00 MORNING MASS Sean David Barnes Birthday 1:00 WEDDING Cathy Muzzupappa & Anthony Palazzolo 5:00 MASS OF ANTICIPATION Sean David Barnes Birthday Paul Niemerg SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 8 TWENTY-THIRD SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME Wis 9:13-18b Ps 90:3-4, 5-6, 12-13, Phmn 9-10, Lk 14: :00 Sister Josephine Lynch, BVM Ann & Fritz Armutat 9:30 Narciso, Eufrosina, Pedro & Leticia Dimaano Marie Horvath 11:00 Tomas Cabrera and Lourdes Beltran Cabrera 12:30 Tomasa Reyes Marquez Pablo Guzman Martin Rojas MULTI-PARISH HAPPY HOUR A multi-parish Happy Hour will be from 6 to 9 p.m. Friday, September 13 in the back patio at Witts, 2913 N. Lincoln Ave. SENN PLANS 100th GALA Senn High School is planning a 100th Anniversary Celebration on October 5. Tickets must be purchased by September 20; no extension on the deadline. No tickets will be sold at the door. For more information, go to
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COMING EVENTS Monday, October 27 All-School Mass, 8:30 a.m., Church Saturday, November 1 All Saints Day / Todos los Santos 9 a.m. Bilingual Mass / Misa Bilingüe see pages 1, 3 and 6 for more info Weekend
ST. JOAN OF ARC CATHOLIC CHURCH & SCHOOL As a diverse Catholic community, we joyfully worship God, celebrate fellowship and care for our neighbor with steadfast faith, confident hope and passionate love.
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