December 20, 2009 - St. Matthias Parish

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December 20, 2009 - St. Matthias Parish
Welcome to St. Matthias &
Transfiguration of Our Lord
Churches
If you are new to our church or just
visiting, please stop and introduce
yourself. We are pleased to have
you share in this celebration of the
Eucharist. If you do not have a
spiritual home, or your church is
not a home to you, we invite you to
become part of our parish family.
Our church is open to anyone looking for a spiritual home. You may
begin the registration process at
St. Matthias by giving us your
name and contact information on
the envelopes in the pews of the
church. Please check “Joining the
Parish” and place the envelope in
the collection basket or stop by
either St. Matthias or Transfiguration rectory for more information.
Our Mission Statement
Misión de la Iglesia
Two Parishes—One Faith
Community; English-SpanishTagalog
We are a Catholic community of
two parishes. We commit ourselves to celebrate our diversity,
to give thanks for and preserve our
rich traditions, to share our resources and to build a more collaborative faith community. For
detailed instructions refer to John
6:1-13
Somos una comunidad Católica de
dos parroquias. Nos comprometimos a celebrar nuestra diversidad,
para dar gracias y preservar nuestra rica tradición para compartir
nuestros recursos y construir de
manera más colaborativa nuestra
fe comunitaria. Para mas detallada
instrucción lea Juan 6:1-13
www.stmatthiastransfiguration.
com
St. Matthias
&
Transfiguration of the Lord
The Fourth Sunday of Advent
December 20, 2009
ST. MATTHIAS
MASS INTENTIONS FOR THE WEEK
OF
December 20-27 , 2009
Sunday, December 20, Fourth Sunday of Advent
7:30
+ Ed Lundin (Peg Wills&Dan & Brian)
9:30
+ Robert Dryer
+ Zigmund Sutor(Choir)
11:30
+ Herminia Floresca ( Lucina Family)
+ Tom Dompke(Adele, Nancy, Tom Wagner)
+ Frank & Betty Gerhart (Harry Kempf)
Monday, December 21
7:30 am
James OToole
Tuesday, December 22
7:30 am
+Rev. Henry Cabaong(Virginia Cabaong)
Wednesday, December 23
7:30 am
+Alex Wanamaker
Thursday, December 25, Christmas Eve
7:30 am
+ Alice Finnigan
5:00pm
+Gabriel Illarde( Frank & Mary Ann Illarde)
+Dan Serafine (Charles Marino)
+ Frank Modelski(Family)
10:30 pm + John Nagle,+ Ernesto Cardines, Flor Cardines
(Cardines Family)
Friday, December 25, Christmas Day
7:30 am
Flor Cardinas (Charles Cardines),
Beverly Nagle & Family (Cardines Family), Auroras
Gardner & Family (Cardines Famiily)
9:30am
+ Ann Wiltgen (Family), Kilcourse Family
(Philomena) Al Veras & Family (Philomena)
11:30
+James McLaughlin (Evans Family)
+Roman & Tom Dompke (Dompke Family)
Saturday, December 26
8:00am
School Children of St. Matthias Transfiguration
5:00pm
Rev. Joseph Allen
Sunday , December 27, Holy Family
7:30 am
+ Ed Lundin (Peg, Dan & Brian Wills)
9:30 am
+ Marie & Edward Sutor (Family)
+Zigmund Sutor (Choir)
11:30 am + Tom Dompke (Adele, Nancy, Tom Wagner)
+ Frank & Betty Gerhart (Gerhart Children)
Please Remember in Your Prayers those who are ill:
Dimas Amaro
Stanley Mikrut
George Bakiares
Luz Ong
Sr. Jeanette Cyr
Myrna Ordiales
Helga Dryer
Colleen Randolph
Benjamin Dutary
Jeremiah Reyes
Betty Dolezal
Hildegard Schniedermeier
Catherine Donahue
William Sullivan
Daniel Fornalewski Jr
Yolanda Taba
Andrew Garcia
Elpidio Tomembang
Dorothy Gross
Felliz Tomembang
Susan Hawel
M/M Norman Torres
Alaro Hernandez
Joly Valdez
Lorraine Hetland
Rebecca Vergara
Patricia Hellwig
Ted Yabuta
Margaret Kelleher
Brittany Yedla
Wanda Mattoon
Patricia Ziga
Colette Mikrut
May Lavares
Lydia Madamba
Patricio Ilana
and . . .please do not forget our men and women serving in the military, including: Anthony Talley, Douglas Chambers, Julius
Cavira, Michael Gibbons ,Christopher Lahown, Karen Ellarde
McCuaig, Daniel Grisius , Sonny Pesek, Adrian Acebo, John
Smeeton and William K. Sullivan and Joselito Roa Mercado
TRANSFIGURATION
MASS INTENTIONS FOR THE WEEK
OF
December 21-27, 2009
Sunday,Dec. 20, Fourth Sunday of Advent
8:00 am– For All Our Parishioners
9:30 am-Special Int. Rene de los Reyes
(Mel & Jerry Tumang)
11:00 am-+Seferino Ruiz (Family)
+Andres Marin Cervantes (Family)
+For All the Poor Souls in Purgatory
(Garcia Family)
12:30 pm-+Nomie Arceta (Neddie P. Santos)
Monday, Dec. 21
8:15 am-Special Int. Franklin Borromeo
(Birthday) (Family)
7:00 pm– Simbang Gabi
Tuesday, Dec. 22
8:15 am—+Emelia Ciesla (Colburn Familya)
Wednesday, Dec. 23
8:15 am-+James Rice (Family)
+Robert Ciesla (Colburn Family)
Thursday, Dec. 24
8:15 am-+Valentin Garcia
(Anniversary) (Arlene Tungol)
7:00 pm-+Rev. Iscla Rovira (Parishioners)
12 Midnight– For All Our Parishioners
Friday, Dec. 25
8:00 am-+Antonia Gutang (Family)
9:30 am-+Dec. Members of Superson & Zelasko Fam.
(Stella Zelasko and Family)
11:00 am-+Otilla Montes de Oca (Family)
12:30 pm-+Judie Valley (Rowena Abad)
+Miguel Diaz (Rowena Abad)
+Delfin Francisco (Rowena Abad)
Saturday, Dec. 26
8:15 am-+Azucena Datiles (Birthday) (Lito & Sally Martinez)
+Esteban Pruel(Aleth P Jones)
5:00 pm–Special Int. Ana & Orly Malate
(Thanksgiving) (Elizabeth Ledesma)
Sunday, Dec. 27
8:00 am–For All Our Parishioners
9:30 am-+Lourdes & Ben Diaz (Cely Diaz)
+Ambrosio & Teresa Flores (Cely Diaz)
+Ester Garfield (Cely Diaz)
+Alice Borja (Efren Borja)
Special Int. Maureen Mapolo
(Thanksgiving)
11:00 am-+Juan Luvianos (Family)
+Everardo Aritzmendi (Family)
12:30 pm-+Irene Hilburger (John Hilburger)
+Antonia J. Gutang
(Birthday) (Family)
Special Int. Sol Anderson (Thanksgiving)
Special Int. Lilette & Jessie Mante
(Thanksgiving)
St. Matthias Transfiguration Parishes
Who we are and how to contact Us
ST. MATTHIAS
2310 W. Ainslie St.
Chicago, Illinois 60625
773-506-2191
Fax: 506-2418
ST. MATTHIAS
TRANSFIGURATION SCHOOL
4910 N. Claremont Ave
Chicago, IL. 60625
Sandria Morten Principal
TRANSFIGURATION OF OUR LORD
2609 W. Carmen Ave
Chicago, Illinois 60625
773-561-7953
Fax: 561-7635
Web Site: www.stmatthiastransfiguration.com
Parish Administrator: Rev. John Sanaghan
Manager of Finance: Marion Amling
Director of Religious Education: Karyn McGovern
Senior Priest
Rev. Francis Cimarrusti
Music Director
Jennifer Reckamp
Spred Chairperson
Joan Hunt
Ravenswood Young Adults
[email protected]
Director of Development
Terry Tuohy
Secretary
Grayce O’Toole
Reach Out
Peg Wills
Associate Pastor
Rev. Americo
Dalbello Filho
Parochial Vicar
Rev. John Rudnik
Deacon
Roland Mirced
Secretary
Elizabeth Ledesma
Music Directors
Amor Saenz
Maria Caparroso
Email Addresses
Bulletin Submissions
[email protected]
St. Matthias
[email protected]
Transfiguration
[email protected]
Director of Religious Education
[email protected]
ST. MATTHIAS
Our Lady of Perpetual Help Novena
Wednesday 6:30 PM
First Friday
Holy Hour 7:00 PM
First Saturday
Novena to Our Lady of
Penafrancia 6:00 PM
and
Misang Filipino Mass
7:00 PM
Transfiguration
Legion of Mary
Monday 6:00 PM
Spanish Charismatic
Wednesday 7:00 PM
Nazarene Novena
Friday 7:00 PM
Vigil Adoration
Third Saturday
6:00-9:00 PM
Divine Mercy
Novena
Sunday 2:00 PM
WEEKEND MASS
SCHEDULE
ST MATTHIAS
Saturday 5:00 PM
Sunday 7:30, 9:30, 11:30 M ,
and 6:30 PM at St. Benedict,
2215 W. Irving Park Rd
DAILY MASS SCHEDULE
Monday-Thursday: 7:30 AM
Friday: 8:30 AM
Saturday: 8:00 AM
HOLY DAY MASS
SCHEDULE
8:30 AM, 7:00 PM
SACRAMENTAL
INFORMATION
RECONCILIATION
Saturday 3:45-4:30 PM or
By Appointment
BAPTISM
Second and fourth Sunday
of the month, 12:30 PM
PRE-BAPTISM SESSIONS
Third Sunday of the Month
10:30 AM (Parents Only)
WEEKEND MASS
SCHEDULE
TRANSFIGURATION
Saturday 5:00PM
Sunday 8:00, 9:30 &
11:00 AM (Spanish),
& 12:30 PM ;
1:45 pm Divine Mercy
5:00 PM (Tagalog)
DAILY MASS SCHEDULE
Monday-Saturday:
8:15 AM
HOLY DAY MASS
SCHEDULE
7:00 PM (Vigil )
8:15 AM –7 PM
SACRAMENTAL
INFORMATION
RECONCILIATION
Saturday 3:30-4:00 PM or
by Appointment
BAPTISM
Spanish: First Saturday
9:30 AM; English: Last
Saturday 12 Noon
PRE-BAPTISM SESSIONS
Spanish– Thursday preceding the first Saturday
scheduled for Baptism;
English-Thursday preceding the Fourth Saturday
scheduled for Baptism
(Parents Only)
BOTH PARISHES
MARRIAGES
Arrangements should be made 4-8 months before
the date. Please make arrangements with the
church before confirming details for a reception.
ANOINTING THE SICK
Please contact either rectory
.SICK CALLS
Please contact either rectory
*In a French Book of Hours fashioned in the Middle Ages, the
Virgin Mary stands admiring the infant Jesus. Shed of his
makeshift manger bed, Jesus has moved up to fancier digs: he
is cradled in a book, securely enclosed by the leather strap
that holds it shut.
* In that single Hebrew word Immanuel, God with us,
resides the essence of what Christians believe happened
at the birth of Jesus. In a divine descent, God took on human flesh and entered our world to embrace and redeem us. Whether we feel His presence or not, He is
near us. Even though "we all stumble in many
ways" (James 3:2) and do not merit His favor, He is near
us. Nothing we say or do could draw Him closer or drive
Him away. Regardless of what we have done or left undone, said or left silent, God is near to us.
Confident of His nearness, for each of us individually, but also for all the world, Christians are the ultimate
optimists. In the words of the Christmas hymn "Joy to the
World" by Isaac Watts (1674–1748), we believe that
God's nearness signals that "He comes to make His
blessings flow, far as the curse is found."
My Christmas prayer this year comes from Phillips
Brooks (1835–1893), one of the country's greatest
preachers of the 19th-century and the person after whom
Phillips Brooks House at Harvard is named:
O holy Child of Bethlehem,
descend to us, we pray;
Cast out our sin, and enter in,
be born in us today.
We hear the Christmas angels, the great glad tidings
tell;
O come to us, abide with us,
our Lord Immanuel.
And thus has the medieval artist sought to capture one of the
core beliefs of the Christian tradition, one that we hear in today’s reading from the prologue to the Gospel of John: the
Word became flesh and lived among us, full of grace and
truth.
Christ the Word, cradled among words. It’s an artful depiction
that’s both terribly literal-minded and also deeply imaginative. I admit it delights the bibliophile in me, the one who has
a hard time separating her love of the Word from her love of
words. Words are one of the primary ways I come to know the
world, and myself within it, and the one who created it.And
here, at the opening of his Gospel, John clearly means for us
to recall the one who brought the world into being. In the
beginning, John writes, and with these words he opens a passageway to another book that begins in the same fashion.With
these words, in the beginning, John means for his hearers to
recall the book of Genesis, the book of beginnings. He intends to conjure in his hearers’ minds the God who spoke into
the chaos and, word by word, articulated creation. This God
who worded the world into being, John tells us, is the very
Word who took flesh and came to walk among us.
And this Word was life.
And this Word was light.
And the darkness did not overcome it.
And what more shall we say on this Christmas day?
Perhaps just this: that for John, the Book of Beginnings was still
being written, a story both ancient and new, a sacred text that
God was yet inscribing among God’s people. And is inscribing still. We who celebrate the birth of Christ are called also
to be his body, and to participate in the ongoing process of
the Word becoming flesh in this world. In us, in us, Christ
continues to be born. In this and every season.
Many blessings upon you as we cross the threshold into
Christmas, and into the beginnings that God will write within
us. In the darkness and in the day, may Christ our Light, the
Word made flesh, be your companion and your hope.
ST. MATTHIAS/TRANSFIGURATION
SCHOOL NEWS
Winter 2-year-old Enrichment Program
Caretakers and 2-year-olds are invited to be a part of
our Winter 2-year-old Enrichment Program. Classes
are offered in Spanish and Music/Art Combo. The 12week classes begin the week of January 11and cost
$125. Registration forms are available at the school office or at www.values4life.com. Call Deb Bukovy for
more at 773-784-0999 x26.
Dancing With Class
Nine ballroom dancers from St. Matthias recently participated in the Catholic Schools Fall Dance-Off at
DePaul University Student Center . The students
danced the Merengue, Fox Trot, Swing, Tango, and
Salsa with skill and expression. Our team was presented with the Exemplary Etiquette Award as well as
couple recognition in several categories. The following
students won first place in their rounds: Teo Bartels and
Taylor Vacala in the Merengue, Sophie Savoie and Rolando Gonzalez in the Fox Trot, and Melanie Balanon
and Rolando Gonzalez in the Salsa. Congratulations to
our dancers!
CHRISTMAS TREE SALES
ST. MATTHIAS TRANSFIGURATION SCHOOL
IS SELLING CHRISTMAS TREES IN THE WESTERN AVE.
PLAYGROUND.
ENJOY THE VARIETY AND BEAUTY OF QUALITY, FRESH AND
AFFORDABLE
TREES TO BRIGHTEN AND ENHANCE YOUR FAMILY’S
CHRISTMAS.
HOURS
M-FRI. 6 PM –9 PM
SATURDAY 9 AM-10 PM
SUNDAY 10 AM– 7 PM
RELIGIOUS EDUCATION
CHRISTMAS
AND NEW YEAR MASS SCHEDULE
CHRISTMAS EVE: 7:30 AM– 5:00 PM– 10:30 PM
CHRISTMAS DAY: 7:30 AM– 9:30 AM– 11:30 AM
NEW YEARS EVE:7:30 AM
NEW YEARS DAY:9:00 AM
CHRISTMAS EVE:
THE 5:00 PM MASS IS ST. MATTHHIAS’ CHILDREN’S
MASS
THE 10:30 MASS IS THE VIGIL OF CHRISTMAS MASS
Mission accomplished for needy
family of eight!
Thank you to the kind and generous people of both Queen of
Angels & St. Matthias School and Parishes. Because of your
speedy response to the call for warm weather clothes, coats
and boots for the neighbor family of our church they are now
warm……Just as the bad weather set in Kristin Camorlinga
and Roine Michaels along with their sons on a miserable cold
slushy night on the Feast of the Immaculate Conception
made delivery of a car load of items. Included was 1 dress
coat and 1 warm every day coat for each parent & Grandpa.
Each of the 5 children also received a warm coat. The
donation included 5 packs of diapers, lots of gloves, scarves,
mittens and hats. The Holy Spirit inspired a contribution of
several hundred dollars for the family to buy what they still
lacked. What a tremendous experience to have witnessed.
The mother of the family was elated and the small children
were jumping up and down in joy on the couches where they
sleep at night. We included a chocolate advent calendar, a
church bulletin and information about the Reach Out
breakfasts at St. Matthias and Christmas Day dinner for the
hungry & lonely at St. Benedicts Church. Special blessings
on all those who respond to God’s call for justice this Advent
Season. Congratulations to the St. Vincent DePaul Society on
mission accomplished.
Cub Scouts
Care Package to the Troops!
We have had a great response to our request for items to
send a care package to the Troops in Iraq. We are ending
our collection of items January 10th. We have collected so
much that we are now looking for help for the financial cost
of shipping. We budgeted enough to send out our original
care package which is on the way to arrive for Christmas.
We would like to send the balance of the items we collected
for Valentines Day to honor our Troops with our heartfelt
thanks for their personal sacrifice for our freedom and
safety. If there anyone would like to send a Valentine card or
care package items please use the donation box in the
Church. For financial help on shipping please bring check or
money to the rectory office in an envelope marked St.
Matthias/ Transfiguration Cub/Boy Scouts SHIPPING. Thank
you for all your help and support.
TRANSFIGURATION NEWS
CHRISTMAS SCHEDULE
2009
“POSADAS”
– December 16 - 20, 22,23 – 6:00 P.M.
Archdiocesan “Simbang Gabi”
–
Bishop Francis Kane
Main Celebrant
Monday, December 21- 7:00 P.M.
CHRISTMAS EVE,
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 24
7:00 P.M. – Mass (Spanish)
11:30 P.M. – Christmas Vigil – Carols
MIDNIGHT – Concelebrated Mass (English)
CHRISTMAS DAY,
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 25
8:00 A.M. – 9:30 A.M..- 12:30 P.M.
(English)
11:00 A.M. –(Spanish) 5:00 P.M. (Tagalog)
NEW YEARS EVETHURSDAY, DECEMBER 31
5:00 P.M.- (English)
7:00 P.M. – (Spanish)
May the love,
the peace, the happiness
the Holy Family share
fill your heart and home
at Christmas
and in the New Year.
Father John Sanaghan
Father Francis Cimarrusti
Father Americo Dalbello
Father John Rudnik
Father Robert Florido
Deacon Roland Merced
NEW YEAR’S DAY,
FRIDAY, JANUARY 1, 2010
9:30 A.M.—English; 11:00 A.M.-Spanish;
5:00 P.M. - Tagalog
CONFESSIONS
Monday, December 14
7:00 P.M. - English
Saturday, December 19
3:00 P.M. to 4:30 P.M-English
6:30 P.M. to 8:30 P.M.– Spanish
CHRISTMAS COLLECTION
We ask all of you to be a very generous in this year’s Christmas Collection. The offerings received at this
time are extremely important towards
the work of our parish.
UNA CARTA DE PADRE JOHN
Hola a todos,
En Roma hay una tradición en el tercer domingo de Adviento en que los niños y los padres traen a la Plaza de
San Pedro las figuras de María, José y el Niño Dios de sus
escenas de pesebres de la familia. Al mediodía, el Papa
bendice a las estatuas y habla con los niños acerca de la
guardería infantil de Navidad y todo lo que simboliza.
Aquí están algunas ideas que Pope Benedict XVI compartió con los niños y padres de familia el domingo pasado.
"La representación dramática del nacimiento de Jesús no
es sólo una repetición de un gesto tradicional, sino una
escuela de vida donde podemos aprender el secreto de
la verdadera alegría, una alegría que no sólo es tener
muchas cosas".
"Me hace muy feliz de ver que en sus familias, la tradición de la escena de la Natividad aún se conserva.
Pero no es suficiente repetir un gesto tradicional, sin
embargo es importante. Pruebe también vivir en la realidad de cada día, lo de que se trata la cuna, el amor de
Cristo, Su humildad, Su pobreza. El belén nos puede
ayudar a entender la mejor manera de poner en práctica
el mensaje del Hijo de Dios que por amor a nosotros, fue
despojado de todo y se convirtió en un niño pequeño "
"Cuando miramos a la escena de la Natividad, la Virgen
María y San José no parecen ser una familia muy afortunada. Ciertamente, tuvieron su primer hijo en medio
de grandes dificultades y sin embargo están llenos de
profunda alegría porque se aman, se ayudan mutuamente y sobre todo tienen la certeza de que en su
historia, Dios está trabajando con ellos y presente en el
niño Jesús ".
"Y los pastores? ¿Qué razón tenían que alegrarse? El
bebé no va a cambiar su pobreza o marginación. pero la
fe les ayuda a ver en el niño envuelto en pañales, acostado en un pesebre, el signo del cumplimiento de las
promesas de Dios a todas las personas que ama, quizá
mas sobre todo a los pastores! "
"Esto amigos es lo que es la verdadera felicidad; la sensación de que nuestra vida personal, familiar y comunitaria es visitada por y llenada de un gran misterio, el
misterio del amor de Dios. Necesitamos mucho más que
simples cosas para ser feliz, necesitamos amor y la verdad: necesitamos un Dios cercano a la mano que calienta
nuestros corazones y las respuestas de nuestros anhelos
más profundos. Este es el Dios revelado en Jesús, nacido
de la Virgen María. "
"Para que el niño, cuya imagen que pronto pondrá en el
pesebre, es el centro de todo. Él es el corazón del
mundo "
Al igual que las familias romanas en la plaza de San
Pedro, vamos nosotros en las parroquias de San Matías y
Transfiguración, abrazemos como el centro de nuestras
vidas, el Dios que se convierte en un niño pequeño, la
mejor fuente de la verdadera felicidad. Esto haria una
muy Feliz Navidad para todos.
Realmente espero con impaciencia la celebración de la
Nochebuena y la Misa de Navidad con usted, pero si vas
a viajar para estar con la abuela o el abuelo, o los nietos,
tengan una sana, maravillosa, bendita y muy Feliz Navidad!
Padre John Sanaghan
A LETTER FROM FATHER JOHN SANAGHAN
Hi Everyone,
In Rome there is a tradition on the third Sunday of Advent
that children and parents bring to St. Peters Square the
figures of Mary, Joseph, and the Infant from their family
manger scenes. At noon, the Pope blesses the statues
and speaks to the children about the Christmas crèche
and all that is symbolizes. here are a few thoughts that
Pope Benedict XVI shared with the kids and parents last
Sunday.
“This my friends, is what true happiness is; the feeling that our personal, family and community lives
are visited by and filled with a great mystery, the
mystery of God’s love. We need much more than
mere things in order to be happy, we need love and
truth: we need a God close at hand, who warms our
hearts, and answers our deepest yearnings. This is
the God revealed in Jesus, born of the Virgin Mary.”
“The dramatic representation of the birth of Jesus is not
just a repetition of a traditional gesture, but a school of
life where we can learn the secret of true joy-a joy which
does not merely consist of having many things.”
“It makes me so happy to see that in your families the
tradition of the Nativity Scene is still kept. But it is not
enough to repeat a traditional gesture, however important. Try also, to live in the reality of every day what the
crib is about, the love of Christ, His humility, His poverty.
The Nativity Scene can help us to understand how best to
put into practice the message of the Son of God who for
our sakes was stripped of everything and became an infant child”
“So that Child, whose image you soon will place in
the manger, is the center of everything. He is the
heart of the World”
“As we look at the Nativity Scene, the Virgin Mary and St.
Joseph do not seem to be a very lucky family. They certainly had their first child in the midst of great hardship
and yet they are filled with deep joy because they love
each other, help each other and , above all, are certain
that in their family history God is at work and present in
the Infant Jesus.”
“ And the shepherds? What reason did they have to rejoice? That baby will not change their condition of poverty or marginalization. but faith helps them see in the
infant wrapped in swaddling clothes, lying in a manger,
the sign of the fulfillment of God’s promises to all people,
whom He loves, even or maybe, especially, shepherds!”
Just like the Roman families in St. Peter’s Square, let
we at St. Matthias Transfiguration parishes embrace
as the center of our lives the God who becomes an
infant Child, the best source of real happiness. This
would make this a very Merry Christmas for all.
I’m really looking forward to celebrating Christmas
Eve and Christmas Day Mass with you, but if you’re
traveling to be with grandma or grandpa, or the
grandkids, then be safe and have a wonder filled,
blessed and very Merry Christmas!
Father John Sanaghan
LITURGICAL SCHEDULE
ST. MATTHIAS
December 24-27, 2009
Thursday Christmas Eve
5:00 pm
Lectors:
F. Cunninham
Eucharistic Ministers: D. Yassan D. Rubino,
Sr, Vincentius, M. McGovern
Altar Servers:
T. Camorlinga,T.Chavez
K. Camorlinga
10:30
Lectors:
l. Gebraski
Eucharistic Minister
T. Tuohy, J. Gebraski, T. Tud,
R. Michaels
Altar Servers:
M. Michaels, A. Holowka,
G. Jaramillo
Friday Christmas Day
7:30
Lectors:
M. Nicklas
M. Illarde, C. Miller, L. Wyers
Eucharist Ministers
A. Hussar, A. Palomar,D. Hussar
9:30
Lector
P. Gillespie
Eucharistic Ministers L. Amodia, M. Colella,
R. Batungbakel. G. Galang
Alter Servers
N. Gillespie, C. Connelly,
S. Connelly
11:30 am
Lectors
T. Schoenberger
Eucharistic Ministers A. Vergara, H. Galacia,
M. Pacione, C. Marino
Alter Servers
M. Jalac, B. Padilla, A Figueroa
Saturday December 26th
5pm
Lectors:
B. Eder
Eucharistic Ministers: D. Yassan, L. Finland,
Sr. Vincentius, P Kubistal
Altar Servers:
J. Garrett, T. Chavez,M. Nguyen
Sunday December 27th
7:30 am
Lectors:
D.Spetyla
Eucharistic Ministers: T. Miller, J. Miller, M. Illarde
Altar Servers:
K. Camorlinga, T. Camorlinga
D. Hussar
9:30 am
Lectors:
P. Gillespie
Eucharistic Ministers R. Michaels, L. Amodia,
A. Vegara, T. Tuohy
Alter Servers
N. Gillespie, C.Connoly,
S. Connolly
11:30 am
Lectors
L. Gebraski
Eucharistic Ministers M. Pacione, H. Galicia,
C. Marino, J. Gebraski
Alter Servers
E. Cardona, B. Padilla,
K. Moreno
TRANSFIGURATION
December 26-27, 2009
Saturday, Dec. 26
5:00 pm
Lectors: O. Malate, M. Tumang
Eucharistic Ministers: A. Malate
Altar Servers: O. Malate
Sunday, Dec. 27
8:00 am
Lectors: C. Tagarao, Mn Aguja
Eucharistic Ministers: E. Buquiz
Altar Servers: Mk Aguja
9:30 am
Lectors: B. Flores, J. Cleland
Eucharistic Ministers: B. Dever
Children’s Liturgy:
Altar Servers: K. & D. Degillo, M. Tungol, K Eichie
11:00 am
Lectors: P. Barba, J. Banda, C. Garcia, L. Morales
Eucharistic Ministers: J. Arevalo
Altar Servers: J. Marin, A. Garcia, A. Nicholas, J.Lazaro
12:30 pm
Lectors M. Dever, L. Velasquez
Eucharistic Ministers: S. Martinez
Altar Servers: L. Pahati, A. Perez,
Stewardship of Treasury-St. Matthias
Total collection includes electronic giving
Total weekly collection (12-06– 09)
Weekly budgeted amount
Deficit vs. goal this week
Fiscal Year to Date
Budget Year To Date
Actual vs Budget
$ 5,242
$ 6,000.
$ -.768
$ 115,843.
$ 144,000.
$ -28,151.
Stewardship of Treasury-Transfiguration
Total weekly collection
Weekly budgeted amount
Deficit vs. goal this week
$
3,530
2,800
+730
Fiscal Year to Date
Budget Year To Date
Actual vs Budget
$
61,681
67,600
-5,919
Please consider an increase per week in your regular Sunday donation to help meet expenses.
St. Patrick High School
Eighth Grade Boys: Placement Exam Jan. 9 at
8 a.m.
On Saturday, January 9, 2010 at 8 a.m. Saint Patrick High
School will hold a placement exam for eighth grade
boys. Students should bring: two No. 2 pencils, a calculator and $25.00 (testing fee). Continental breakfast will
be served at 7:30 a.m. (Test to follow at 8 a.m.). Parents
are invited to attend a presentation titled, “Preparing
for High School,” which begins at 8:30 a.m. in the Stahl
Family
Theatre.
Call
(773)
282-8844
or
visit
stpatrick.org for more info.
The front cover design and the 4th page article was
contributed by Jan Richardson
Dan Clendenin contributed the Immanuel reflection
HOLIDAY RECTORY HOURS
CHRISTMAS EVE
CLOSED 12PM
CLOSED CHRISTMAS DAY
OPEN SATURDAY AND SUNDAY
NEW YEARS EVE
CLOSED AT 12PM
CLOSED NEW YEARS DAY
OPEN SATURDAY AND SUNDAY
St. Matthias Church
#512173
SUNDAY DATE OF BULLETIN December 20, 2009
512173.1220
ADDRESS:
2310 W. Ainslie Street
Chicago, IL 60625
PHONE:
773 506-2191
CONTACT PERSONS:
Grayce OToole
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SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS:
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