March 20, 2016 Palm Sunday of the Passion of the Lord

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March 20, 2016 Palm Sunday of the Passion of the Lord
3900 Meadow Drive
Rolling Meadows, IL 60008
Website: www.stcolette.org
Phone Number: (847) 394-8100
Fax Number: (847) 394-8102
March 20, 2016
Palm Sunday of the Passion of the Lord
PARISH HOUSE OFFICE HOURS
Mon. - Fri.
9:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Sat. 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Sunday - Closed
MASS SCHEDULE
Monday - Friday
6:30am (Liturgy of the Word)
8:00am
Saturday
8:30am & 5:00pm
Sunday
7:30am & 9:00am & 10:30am
12:00pm (Spanish)
Reconciliation
Saturday– 9:00AM
STAFF CONTACT INFORMATION
Pastor: Rev. Msgr. Peter Galek ext #105
Administrator: Rev. Brian Simpson ext. #104
Weekend Assistants:
Rev. Bob Borre and Rev. James Murphy
Deacons: John Connor (Retired) ext. #140;
Pedro Sedano (224) 678-2281
Music Director: Michael Myers ext. #107
Financial Operations Manager:
Darlene Bulak ext. #103;
[email protected]
Secretary & Bulletin Editor:
Eduardo Guillen ext. #102;
[email protected]
Religious Education– CRE:
Pam Kollman ext. #122
[email protected]
Youth Minister-FOCUS:
Lori Brandt ext. #121
St. Colette School
3900 Pheasant Drive- (847) 392-4098
Principal: Valerie Zemko ext. #125
Mission Statement
We, the faith community of St. Colette, in
proclaiming the truth of the Gospel are committed to
follow Jesus Christ by being ”the salt of the earth”
and “the light of the worked”. By our Baptism we are
called to serve people of all cultures, migrants, and
those who have no voice of their own; our born and
unborn children; victims of violence, and the impoverished. Empowered by the Holy Spirit and nurtured by
the Eucharist, we are led to promote human dignity
and justice for all people. We believe that this is the
way the Lord is calling us to be a sign of His kingdom
in this time and place.
Mass Intentions for the week of
March 19th – March 27th
-------------Intenciones del la Misa durante la semana
Del 19 Marzo al 27 de Marzo
Each Mass is offered for all
the faithful, living and
dead. The following are
specifically remembered
Cada Misa se ofrece para
todos los fieles vivos y
muertos. Los siguientes son
recordados específicamente
esta semana.
SATURDAY– March 19th: St. Joseph, Spouse of the Blessed Virgin Mary-Solemnity
8:30AM Kubacki Family, Don Cavi, Margaret Jordan Hobin
5:00PM
Jay Di John, Henry Geisen, Laurie Wenzel Kowaleski, Don Di John
SUNDAY– March 20th: Palm Sunday of the Passion of the Lord
7:30AM Sr. Jo-Ann Brdecka O.S.F., Joseph J. Brdecka, James Stuerebaut, Bob Duffey
9:00AM Joseph & Audrey Jay, Don Cavi, Rolando Tan, Florence Bittolo
10:30AM Carolyn Groell, Daniel Moreno Sr. , Daniel Moreno Jr.
12:00PM Eloisa Perez
MONDAY - March 21st: Monday of Holy Week
8:00AM Dan Miller, Mroz Family, Peter Oleno
TUESDAY– March 22nd: Tuesday of Holy Week
8:00AM Erin Miller, Don Cavi
WEDNESDAY – March 23rd– Wednesday of Holy Week
8:00AM Leonard Provenzano
THURSDAY– March 24th: Holy Thursday– Mass of the Lord’s Supper
6:30PM Frank Miller, Don Cavi
FRIDAY - March 25th: Good Friday– Passion of the Lord
Liturgy Service: 6:30PM & 8:00PM
SATURDAY– March 26th: Holy Saturday– Easter Vigil
7:30PM
People of Saint Colette
SUNDAY– March 27th: Easter Sunday of the Resurrection of the Lord
7:30AM Sr. Jo-Ann Brdecka O.S.F., Joseph J. Brdecka, James Stuerebaut
9:00AM Joseph & Audrey Jay, Don Cavi, Rolando Tan, Tom Reading
10:30AM Benedetto, DMetro, Rattin, & Salvaggio, O’Brien & Long Families
12:00PM Eloisa Perez
Parish House Closing
The Parish House Office will be closed on Friday,
March 25th in observance of Good Friday.
Mass Intentions
We encourage everyone to call or come in to the Parish
House to request Weekday Mass intentions for your loved
ones! Visit or call the Parish House with
all of your intentions at 847-394-8100 ext. 102.
Ministry of Care
If you are sick or recovering from an operation, the
Ministry of Care at St. Colette would like to bring communion to you. Please call the Parish House at
(847) 394-8100 to make an appointment.
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Oficina de la Casa
Parroquial Cerrada
La Oficina de la Casa Parroquial estará cerrada el
Viernes 25 de Marzo por el Viernes Santo
Jean Walasek
was called home to heaven. Please remember her
and her family in your prayers.
HOLY WEEK SCHEDULE
HORARIOS DE SEMANA SANTA
Holy Thursday:
Morning Prayer: 8:00AM– English
6:30PM : Mass of the Lord’s Supper- Bilingual
Jueves Santo
Oración Matutina: 8:00AM-Ingles
Misa de la Cena del Señor: 6:30PM- Bilingüe
Good Friday
Morning Prayer: 8:00AM– English
Living Stations of the Cross:12:00PM- Spanish
Stations of the Cross:3:00PM- English
Liturgy of the Passion of the Lord: 6:30PM– English
Liturgy of the Passion of the Lord:8:00PM- Spanish
Viernes Santo
Oración Matutina: 8:00AM-Ingles
Viacrucis Viviente: 12:00PM-Español
Estaciones de la Cruz: 3:00PM– Ingles
Liturgia de la Pasión del Señor: 6:30PM- Ingles
Liturgia de la Pasión del Señor: 8:00PM-Español
Holy Saturday
Morning Prayer: 8:00AM– English
Easter Basket/Food: 12:00PM
Easter Vigil Mass: 7:30PM- Bilingual
Sábado Santo
Oración Matutina: 8:00AM-Ingles
Bendicion de canastas/comida de Pascua: 12:00PM
Vigilia Pascual: 7:30PM-Bilingüe
Easter Sunday of the Resurrection of the Lord
Mass: 7:30AM, 9:00AM, 10:30AM-English
12:00PM– Spanish
Domingo de Pascua de la Resurrección del Señor
7:30P, 9:00AM,10:30AM-Ingles
Weekly Reflection
PALM SUNDAY OF THE PASSION OF THE LORD
Here we stand, once again, holding high our palm branches to be
blessed. With the crowd in the Gospel story, we proclaim, "Blessed is
the king who comes in the name of the Lord." Unlike those people in the
Gospel who greeted Jesus, we know where this is going. We know that
we are included in the crowds who greeted Jesus with joy, and in the
same crowds who one week later would shout, "Crucify him!" We live
into the story of Christ's glory and his suffering.
The reading of the Passion is long and hard to hear. Beginning with the
Last Supper, the Passover meal in which Jesus gives himself to us in the
bread and wine, through the agonizing prayer in the garden, to the trial,
condemnation, and finally the crucifixion, we stand, patiently listening
and wondering how we fit into this story. Although told in the past tense,
we hear this story in the present tense, knowing that this is our story, one
in which we suffer with our crucified Lord. We know also that this will lead to the Resurrection, but for now,
we experience the grief and sadness that will be repeated in the rituals later this week: the Mass of Holy Thursday, the service of Good Friday with the veneration of the cross, and the quiet and thoughtful time of Holy Saturday leading to the glorious Easter Vigil. We view Jesus' suffering through the eyes of the women of Galilee
as well as the guards and other disciples who watch from a distance. We have a glimpse of our redemption in
the conversation of Jesus with "the good thief." Our hearts are broken. We finally recognize the effects of our
sinfulness and the great gift that Jesus has given us in the Eucharist and in his death. That recognition can lead
us truly to redemption as we contemplate its implication in our lives. We look forward to the Resurrection with
eager anticipation of our salvation.
Copyright (c) J. S. Paluch Company
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Lenten Lock-In
Thursday Evening to Friday Afternoon
(March 24th to 25th, 2016)
WHAT:
WHO:
WHERE:
WHEN:
BRING:
COST:
Come walk with Jesus during his last days
Please dress up for Mass and Adoration on
Thursday evening. We will be attending the
Lenten Lock-in
Living Stations so dress accordingly. Bring
ALL PARISH HIGH SCHOOL TEENS
sleeping bags, or Blankets, pillows, dress
St. Colette’s church & Parish Center
warmly as the Parish center can be drafty
(visit other churches for adoration).
Additional Flyers and Permission slips can
be picked-up in the RE Office or off FOCUS
Thursday Evening 6:00 pm March 24th to 1:00
Page of St. Colette Website and also Facepm March 25th We will stay overnight in the
book for information. PLEASE RSVP ON
Parish Center.
OR BEFORE March 21st to. Lori Brandt; eSleeping bag (pillow), blankets, overnight
mail [email protected] to make sure
toiletries, towels, change of COMFORTABLE
we have enough Adult Drivers for Adoraclothing. please bring something that represents tion. Can turn in Permission Slip and Cash
what Lent 2016 meant to you.
or make Check Payable to St. Colette FOCUS at FOCUS classes, RE Offices or the
$10.00 (to defray food and supplies)
night of Lock-in.
Craft Fair Meeting
We are forming a Craft Fair planning team and would LOVE to
have you part of it! Please come
to the first meeting on Saturday,
April 9th, 9:00am in the school.
Questions?
Call Teri Toenjes 847-668-3146.
VIA CRUCIS VIVIENTE
Caminenos con
Cristo al Calvario
Viernes Santo
12:00PM
Se empieza en el
Community Center
de Rolling Meadows.
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DIVINE MERCY SUNDAY
On the Sunday after Easter, the entire Church throughout the world is called to
gather to celebrate Divine Mercy Sunday. Pope John Paul established this special celebration of God’s mercy on the day in the year 2000 he canonized Sister Mary Faustina of the Sisters of Our Lady of Mercy.
Sr. Faustina had been blessed with apparitions of Jesus who showed himself to
her in a special way as “Divine Mercy”. According to her diary, the Sunday
after Easter, or the “Octave Sunday” of the Easter celebration was to be a
special day of invitation to approach Jesus with great trust and expectant faith.
The Easter celebration and the this Jubilee of Mercy allows us to focus on
performing works of mercy, and spending more time in prayer. Praying the
Divine Mercy Chaplet and the Novena to the Divine Mercy helpful.
Here at St. Colette we will celebrate Divine Mercy Sunday beginning at 2:45
p.m. on Sunday, April 12. The service will include, Adoration of the Blessed
Sacrament, Benediction and the Divine Mercy Chaplet.
Sr. Faustina would regularly celebrate the Sacrament of Reconciliation the Saturday before this Sunday. Reconciliation is available every Saturday,
except the Easter Vigil, at 9:00 a.m.
Bereavement Ministry Training 2016
Date: Satur day, Apr il 9 ,2016
Place: St. Thomas Villanova Par ish Center /Gymnasium
1201 East Anderson Drive Palatine, IL 60074
Time: 8:15 am to 2:00 pm
Mass at 8:30am in church , if you wish to attend
Note: Br ing this schedule, paper ad pen to take per sonal notes.
Prior registration is required- No walk-ins accepted.
8:15AM- 9:00AM: Gathering &continental breakfast
Program Presenter: Amy Florian
Amy is a dynamic speaker, professor, author, and nationally recognized
bereavement consultant and grief coach helping people who are grieving
a life-changing loss. She holds a Master's Degree in Pastoral studies and
a Fellow in Thanatology (The highest level of certification in the field of
death and grief studies).
9:15AM - 12:00PM: Catholic View of Death
Lunch– please bring your own brown bag lunch.
Beverages will be provided.
12:30PM - 2:00PM: Funeral Rites and Closing Prayer
Participants must register through your
individual Parish Ministry Coordinator
Marge Loesch at (847) 259-2048
Welcome through the
Waters of Baptism
The following child was baptized
through water and the Holy Spirit
into our Community of Faith:
3/13/2016
Sophia Renata Coronel
Orlando Coronel
Children of
David Coronel & Ilayalith Bucio
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Monday, March 21st
No Events Scheduled
Tuesday, March 22nd
7:00PM TTWCI Meeting/HH
Wednesday, March 23rd
7:30PM Spanish Choir Practice/CH
Thursday, March 24th
6:30PM Lenten Lock in
Friday, March 25th
No Events Scheduled
Saturday, March 26th
12:00PM Easter Basket Blessing/PC
Sunday, March 27th
No Events Scheduled
Holy Week Schedule on page 3
Due to an early bulletin deadline, there is no
information as of now for the weekend collection.
Debido a un plazo temprano para este boletín, no
hay ninguna información sobre la colecta
del fin de semana.
Second Collection Next Weekend/
Segunda Colecta Proximo Fin de Semana
Sister Parish/Parroquia Hermana
Collections During Holy Week
Holy Thursday– HIV/AIDS Catholic Organizations
Good Friday- Holy Land
Colecciones durante la Semana Santa
Jueves Santo– Organización Católica de VIH / SIDA
Viernes Santo– Tierra Santa
Weekly Stewardship Reflection
“I tell you, Peter, before the cock crows this day, you will
deny three times that you know me. “
(LUKE 22:34)
How many times have you heard someone make a disparaging comment about Jesus or the Catholic faith? How do
you react? Do you remain quiet not to cause a disturbance
or worst yet, because you don’t want your friends or family to think negatively about you? Pray for the courage to
speak up and enter into a respectful dialogue.
Reflexion Semanal de Corresponsibilidad
"Yo te digo, Pedro, que antes que el gallo cante esta noche, me negarás tres veces" (Lucas 22:34)
¿Cuantas veces has oído a alguien hacer un comentario
despreciativo acerca de Jesús o de la fe católica? ¿Cómo
reaccionas? ¿Te mantienes callado para no causar problemas o lo que es peor, porque no quieres que tus amigos
o familiares piensen de ti negativamente? Reza para tener
la valentía de hablar e iniciar un diálogo respetuoso.
March 26th
& 27th
Easter Vigil
7:30PM
Sunday
7:30AM
Sunday
9:00AM
Sunday
10:30AM
Sunday
12:00PM
Presider
Rev. Brian Simpson
Rev. Bob Borre
Rev. Brian Simpson
Rev. Jim Murphy
TBD
Lectors
Shirmer & Young
Berry & Huberty
Healy & Callaghan
TBD
Sacristan
Eucharistic
Ministers
M. Lund
B. & J. Lovitsch
B. Bansfield
M. Kroll
S. Kivinen
D. Locher
R. Thomas
M. Loesch
M. Lombardo
J. & D. Dubinski
E. & B. Meyer
J. Kuhn
T. Loesch
Dibenedetto &
Lukawski
E. Reading
E. Reading
L. Brandt
M. Benson
J. Leschman
D. Kuforiji
M. Bugiel
O. Carlson
M. Barnes
M. Flanagan
M. Barnes
A. Reza
D. Nichols
J & K. Johnston
M. Nerger
TBD
TBD
Altar
Servers
TBD
TBD
TBD
TBD
TBD
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HOLY SATURDAY EVENING EUCHARIST
VIGIL OF THE RESURRECTION
PART 2
SÁBADO SANTO EUCARISTÍA DE NOCHE
VIGILIA DE LA RESURRECCIÓN
PARTE 2
Following the “Exultet” we begin the Liturgy of the Word. Like any other celebration of the
Eucharist we read from the Old Testament and the
New with Psalms and other ancient hymns and the
Gospels. This night is special, and so we recall our
beginnings in Creation, our origins in Faith through
Abraham, the First Passover of the Exodus, and the
instructions given to us by God through the Prophets. These readings help us to know how far back
our history goes as the People of God and that
God’s plan of salvation for us began even at the
dawn of Creation. It is also important for us to keep
in touch with the First Passover as the forerunner of
our Eucharist.. A special Gospel Alleluia is sung as
befits the celebration.
Following the homily we have the Rite of
Baptism and Confirmation. Together with First Holy Communion this same night they form the Rites
of Initiation into the Body of Christ. From ancient
days it has been a tradition in the Church to welcome new adult members on this night. Because
Baptism is the first experience of Christ passion,
death and resurrection these Baptisms on the celebration of Easter are done in a special way. New
holy water is blessed; there is an extensive litany of
the saints, and the candidates speak for themselves
their Baptismal vows. Along with those who are
completing their initiation, the newly Baptized are
Confirmed immediately. This is a time of great rejoicing because we have new brothers and sisters in
the Lord Jesus Christ.
Tras el "Exultet" comenzamos la Liturgia de
la Palabra. Al igual que cualquier otra celebración
de la Eucaristía leemos en el Antiguo Testamento y
el Nuevo con salmos y otros himnos antiguos y los
Evangelios. Esta noche es especial, y recordamos
nuestros inicios en la creación, nuestros orígenes en
la fe por medio de Abraham, la primera Pascua del
Éxodo, y las instrucciones dadas a nosotros por Dios a través de los Profetas. Estas lecturas nos
ayudan a conocer qué tan atrás nuestra historia va
como Pueblo de Dios y que el plan de salvación de
Dios comenzaron incluso en los albores de la
Creación. También es importante para nosotros
mantener en contacto con la primera Pascua como
el precursor de nuestra Eucaristía. Un Aleluya se
canta especial como corresponde a la celebración.
Después de la homilía, tenemos el rito del
bautismo y la confirmación. Junto con la Primera
Comunión este misma noche forman los ritos de
iniciación en el Cuerpo de Cristo. Desde la antigüedad ha sido una tradición en la Iglesia para acoger a
nuevos miembros adultos en esta noche. Debido a
que el bautismo es la primera experiencia de la
pasión, muerte y resurrección estos bautismos en la
celebración de la Pascua se realizan de una manera
especial. Nueva agua bendita es bendecida; hay una
extensa letanía de los santos, y los candidatos
hablan por sí mismos sus votos bautismales. Junto
con los que están completando su iniciación, los
recién bautizados se confirman inmediatamente.
Este es un momento de gran alegría porque tenemos nuevos hermanos y hermanas en el Señor Jesucristo.
Algunos de nuestros "neófitos", a los que
llamaron para traer el pan y el vino en el rito de la
preparación.
La Liturgia de la Eucaristía y luego sigue
como de costumbre. Nuestra despida es lleno de
Aleluyas.
Some of our “Neophytes”, newly Baptized
will bring up the bread and wine at the Rite of Preparation.
The Liturgy of the Eucharist then follows as
usual. Our dismissal is, as fitting, full of Alleluias.
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READINGS FOR THE WEEK
Monday: Is 42:1-7; Ps 27:1-3, 13-14; Jn 12:1-11
Tuesday: Is 49:1-6; Ps 71:1-6, 15, 17; Jn 13:21-33, 36-38
Wednesday: Is 50:4-9a; Ps 69:8-10, 21-22, 31, 33-34; Mt
26:14-25
Thursday: Chrism Mass: Is 61:1-3ab, 6a, 8b-9;
Ps 89:21-22, 25, 27; Rv 1:5-8; Lk 4:16-21
Lord's Supper: Ex 12:1-8, 11-14; Ps 116:12-13,
15-16bc, 17-18; 1 Cor 11:23-26; Jn 13:1-15
Friday: Is 52:13 -- 53:12; Ps 31:2, 6, 12-13, 15-16, 17,
25; Heb 4:14-16; 5:7-9; Jn 18:1 -- 19:42
Saturday: a) Gn 1:1 -- 2:2 [1:1, 26-31a]; Ps 104:1-2, 5-6,
10, 12, 13-14, 24, 35; or Ps 33:4-7, 12-13, 20-22; b) Gn
22:1-18 [1-2, 9a, 10-13, 15-18]; Ps 16: 5, 8-11; c) Ex
14:15 -- 15:1; Ex 15:1-6, 17-18;
d) Is 54:5-14; Ps 30:2, 4-6, 11-13; e) Is 55:1-11; Is 12:26; f) Bar 3:9-15, 32 -- 4:4; Ps 19:8-11;
g) Ez 36:16-17a, 18-28; Ps 42:3, 5; 43:3-4 or
Is 12:2-3, 4bcd, 5-6 or Ps 51:12-15, 18-19;
h) Rom 6:3-11; i) Ps 118:1-2, 16-17, 22-23;
Lk 24:1-12
Sunday: Acts 10:34a, 37-43; Ps 118:1-2, 16-17, 2223; Col 3:1-4 or 1 Cor 5:6b-8; Jn 20:1-9 or Lk 24:1-12
or (at an afternoon or evening Mass) Lk 24:13-35
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LECTURAS DE LA SEMANA
Lunes: Is 42:1-7; Sal 27 (26):1-3, 13-14; Jn 12:1-11
Martes: Is 49:1-6; Sal 71 (70):1-6, 15, 17;
Jn 13:21-33, 36-38
Miércoles: Is 50:4-9a; Sal 69 (68):8-10, 21-22, 31, 3334; Mt 26:14-25
Jueves: Misa del crisma: Is 61:1-3ab, 6a, 8b-9;
Sal 89 (88):21-22, 25, 27; Ap 1:5-8; Lc 4:16-21
Cena del Señor: Ex 12:1-8, 11-14; Sal 116 (115):12-13,
15-16bc, 17-18; 1 Cor 11:23-26; Jn 13:1-15
Viernes: Is 52:13 -- 53:12; Sal 31 (30):2, 6, 12-13, 15-16,
17, 25; Heb 4:14-16; 5:7-9; Jn 18:1 -- 19:42
Sábado: a) Gn 1:1 -- 2:2 [1:1, 26-31a];
Sal 104 (103):1-2, 5-6, 10, 12, 13-14, 24, 35; o Sal 33
(32):4-7, 12-13, 20-22; b) Gn 22:1-18 [1-2, 9a, 10-13, 1518]; Sal 16 (15): 5, 8-11; c) Ex 14:15 -- 15:1; Ex 15:1-6,
17-18; d) Is 54:5-14; Sal 30 (29):2, 4-6, 11-13; e) Is 55:1
-11; Is 12:2-6; f) Bar 3:9-15, 32 -- 4:4; Sal 19 (18):8-11;
g) Ez 36:16-17a, 18-28; Sal 42 (41):3, 5; 43:3-4 o
Is 12:2-3, 4bcd, 5-6 o Sal 51 (50):12-15, 18-19;
h) Rom 6:3-11; i) Sal 118 (117):1-2, 16-17, 22-23;
Lc 24:1-12
Domingo: Hch 10:34a, 37-43; Sal 118 (117):1-2, 16-17,
22-23; Col 3:1-4 o 1 Cor 5:6b-8; Jn 20:1-9 o Lc 24:1-12
o (en Misas de la tarde o la noche) Lc 24:13-35
Palm Sunday is the final Sunday of Lent, the beginning of Holy Week, and commemorates the triumphant arrival of Christ in Jerusalem, days before he was
crucified.
Palm Sunday is known as such because the faithful will often receive palm fronds which they use to participate in the reenactment of Christ's arrival in Jerusalem. In the Gospels, Jesus entered Jerusalem riding a
young donkey, and to the lavish praise of the townspeople who threw clothes, or possibly palms or small
branches, in front of him as a sign of homage. This was a
customary practice for people of great respect.
Palm branches are widely recognized symbol of
peace and victory, hence their preferred use on Palm
Sunday.
The use of a donkey instead of a horse is highly
symbolic, it represents the humble arrival of someone in
peace, as opposed to arriving on a steed in war.
A week later, Christ would rise from the dead on
the first Easter. During Palm Sunday Mass, palms are
distributed to parishioners who carry them in a ritual procession into church. The palms are blessed and many
people will fashion them into small crosses or other items
of personal devotion. These are then kept for the year.
Because the palms are blessed, they may not be
discarded as trash. Instead, they are appropriately gathered at the church and incinerated to create the ashes that
will be used in the follow year's Ash Wednesday observance.
The colors of the Mass on Palm Sunday are red
and white, symbolizing the redemption in blood that
Christ paid for the world.
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Giving!
Sacraments/Sacramentos
Baptism/Bau smos
Introducing...GiveCentral!
St. Colette Parish has begun accepting online
donations through GiveCentral, our new online
donation service. GiveCentral is a safe, secure, and
paperless way to make your Sunday offertory and
other contributions.
It was designed specifically for Catholic churches
and schools in the Chicago area, and many other parishes in our Diocese have already found success with
it. The site allows you to make a one time or automatically repeating payments on a schedule that
works best for you, using any credit card, debit card
or electronic bank account.
We believe that having a flexible online giving
option will make it easier for many of you
to support St. Colette.
Visit our website at www.stcolette.org and click on
the “GiveCentral” link or go to
www.GiveCentral.org
and take a couple minutes to set up your donations.
Questions? Please call
Darlene Bulak at the Parish Office
at 847-394-8100.
In English—For registration and more information contact the Parish House 2 months in
advance.
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Funeral Home
847-253-0224
512188 St Colette Church (B)
William Haberichter • Melissa Nelson • Matthew Haberichter • Directors
www.jspaluch.com
3615 Kirchoff Road • Rolling Meadows
For Ads: J.S. Paluch Co., Inc. 1-800-566-6170
AFFORDABLE
HANDYMAN SERVICES
• We Specialize in Small Jobs
Family Owned and
Operated by the
Ahlgrim Family
Douglas R. Ahlgrim
At Affordable Rates that
Palatine
201 N. Northwest Hwy
847-358-7411
WHY IS IT
A man wakes up after sleeping
ED THE CARPENTER
under an ADVERTISED blanket
Best Work • Best Rate
on an ADVERTISED mattress
Satisfaction Guaranteed As
We Do All
847-394-9591
Rolling Meadows, IL
puts on ADVERTISED clothes
drinks a cup
of ADVERTISED coffee
drives to work
in an ADVERTISED car
and then . . . .
refuses to ADVERTISE
believing it doesn’t pay.
Later if business is poor
he ADVERTISES it for sale.
847-492-1444
WHY IS IT?
Conveniently Located at Central
Road & Northwest Highway in
320 West Central Road
Mount Prospect
~847-255-7800~
Downtown Mount Prospect
www.FriedrichsFH.com
PROTECTING SENIORS
NATIONWIDE
24/7 HELP
...........
Parishioner since 1969
Senior Discount Program
$50
OFF
Humidifiers • Air Cleaners
Service Call
with ad. Not valid
with any other offers.
Boilers • Heat Pumps
bathes in an ADVERTISED shower
$$ Parishioner Discount $$
TALK
Family Owned Since 1987
www.winterscomfort.net
Lic# 055-026066
Our Own Work
For further information,
please call the Parish Office.
Bev Hansen
847-303-5555
Ventilation • Sheet Metal
and pulls off ADVERTISED pajamas
shaves with an ADVERTISED razor
brushes his teeth
with ADVERTISED toothpaste
washes with ADVERTISED soap
Bell Tower Realty
Heating • Air Conditioning
Contact Ed Lassota
(847) 275-3193
ED THE PLUMBER
Thinking of Selling or Buying Real Estate?
Consider
Remembering
Your Parish in
Your Will.
Heating & Cooling Energy Specialists
• You Name It We Can Do It!!!
www.ahlgrimffs.com
...........
Meetings: Every Tuesday Evening at 7PM
Where: 3501 Algonquin Rd.
(2nd Floor)
Rolling Meadows, Illinois
Attire:
Business Casual Ask for Mr. Jerry R.
We Tell You Up-Front
Owner & Director
PUSH
LEARN & EARN TO PROTECT
YOUR FAMILY & FUTURE
Water Heaters • Generators
Suburban
Independently Owned and Operated
“Over
35 Years
Experience”
Mark Berberick
Manager - Broker, CRB
St. Colette School Graduate
1808 N. Arlington Heights Road
Arlington Heights, Illinois 60004
Direct: (847) 385-3086
Fax: (847) 255-0492
Residence: (847) 392-9839
E-Mail: [email protected]
Jesus
A to Z
Rehabilitation Services,
Michael O’Neill McGrath, OSFS
A colorful Catholic ABC BREAKFAST • LUNCH Short and Long Term Care
book for kids and families! Includes a Open Daily 6am-3pm and Alzheimer’s Services
glossary of questions to help adults pass on 2905 Algonquin Rd., R.M.
their Catholic faith.
007199 9 x 12 Hardcover
$16.99 each • Special Offer — 2 for $25.00!
847-577-5552
15% OFF ANY
PURCHASE W/AD
800-566-6150 www.wlpmusic.com WWW.EGGLECTICCAFE.COM
4225 Kirchoff Rd.
Rolling Meadows
(847) 397-2400
$19.95*/Mo. +
1 FREE MONTH
Since 1980
4 Generations of Plumbers
Commercial & Residential
Repairs & Remodeling
Water Heaters - Disposals
Sump Pumps - Rodding
847-253-9181
➢ No Long-Term Contracts
➢ Price Guarantee
➢ American Made
TOLL FREE:
1-877-801-8608
*First Three Months
Tom Ryan
Kevin Ryan
IL. LIC. # PL16019
LIC. # 055-012918
We have a 2.75% Credit Card Convenience Fee
ASK FOR THE PARISH DISCOUNT!
ADDITIONAL DISCOUNT FOR SENIOR CITIZENS
55 YEARS OR OLDER!
www.centralplumbingco.com
512188 St Colette Church (A)
www.jspaluch.com
For Ads: J.S. Paluch Co., Inc. 1-800-566-6170
Parroquia de Santa Colette
3900 Meadow Drive
Rolling Meadows, IL 60008
Sitio Web: www.stcolette.org
Numero de Telefono (847) 394-8100
Marzo 20, 2016
Domingo de Ramos de la Pasión del Señor
HORARIO DE MISA EN ESPAÑOL
Domingo - 12:00PM
HORARIOS EN ESPAÑOL DE OFICINA
Lunes a Viernes
9:00AM a 3:30PM
PRAYER LIST
Please remember the following people in our parish
who are in need of your prayers.
Por favor oren por estas personas en nuestra parroquia
que necesitan sus oraciones.
To appear on our Prayer List, please notify
the Parish House at (847) 394-8100.
We try to revise our list every two weeks.
Para que puedan ser anunciados en la lista de nuestras
oraciones por favor llamar a la Casa Parroquial al
847-394-8100.
Nosotros tratamos de revisitar nuestra lista
cada dos semanas.
Brandt Apa
Jacob Arroyo
Dennis & Lynn Beckman
Jade Cali
Joseph Cali
Cheryl Fascano
Laura Couch
Kayla Domonico
John Faflik
Lucia Gonzalez
Myra Garcia
James Leschman
Jack & Lorraine Grady
Sally Hedrick
Matt Horvath
Linda Johnson
Gloria Huberty
Richard Hoffman
Annie Joyce
Jennifer Joyce
Nicole Joyce
Mary Kedzie
John Krohn
Gregg Gioulos
Christine & Dave Macoahluso
Paul Launer
Anne Lefevre
Diane Moreno
Shirley Lewan
Tim Locke
Ronald Lohn
Daniel Krysh
Carmen Barba
Barbara McIntyre
Nicholas Mostardo
Krista Motley
Rita Olinake
Lawrence Parker
Bob Placek
Jeanine Pickler
Guadalupe Robles
Jack Skrzypek
Jay Foropolous
Johan Valdivia
James Stastny
June Stastny
John Sulek
James Coleman
Dionisia Tejeda
Celeste Travino
Cristeta R. Vega
Patty Villadonga
Maria Elena Vinaja
Miguel Vinaja
Joseph Wieczorek
Bob Lamb
Vita Caravello
Walter J. Zaremba
Louise Zimmer
Jason Frieders
Carole Goehrke
Rimo Loiotile
Emily Winterstein
Roger Mueller
Carina Tassoni
Carol Thompson
Vendea Bowman
Karen Peiss
Nati Cervantes
Bob Conway
Dan Stoltz
Maria Gonzalez
Frank Barsocci
Angelo DelGiudice
David Trevino
Richard & Eleanor Kraemer
Steve Golbeck
Ursula Richards
Henry Lerche
Barbara Coleman
Gwen Sabella
Vinny Sabella
Alena Sabella
Aviana Sabella
Ty & Diane
Andrews
Virginia Dailey
Alex Valle
Janyth Grady
Elizabeth ‘Lizzy” Moreno
Laverne LeBreck
Karen Halla
Rosario Narcoda
Frank and Connie Plunkett
Robert Diebold
Judith Neumayer
Barbara Joan Simek
Casey Lipski
Carol Locke
Leslie Foster
Brynn Klien
Ted Chauvin
Larry Curtin
Marc Martell
Virginia Genschoreck
Dave Hayden
Margaret Gorder
Cydney Muti
Cheryl Gallo
John Chlopeki
Juan Hernandez
Yolanda Reyes
Leo & Kay Mukahern
Delores Aniol
Roberta Misiora
Joan Zurita
Anita Snyder
Keven Vinezeano
Jeri Sue Welty
Jose Duran
Solomon Llanito
Bertha Lopez
Heather Atencio
Arlene Chmielewski
Ed Chmielewski
Cynthia Williams
Jack Hyneman
Annemarie Pollard

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