July 13, 2014 Fifteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time

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July 13, 2014 Fifteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time
July 13, 2014
Fifteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time
Parish Office: 773.486.4300
Parish Fax: 773.252.5346
School Office: 773.486.1334
School Fax: 773.486.1782
www.stjohnberchmans.org
2517 Logan Boulevard Chicago, IL 60647
Masses:
Monday-Thursday: 7:00 a.m.
Friday: 8:30 a.m.
Saturday (Vigil): 5:00 p.m.
Sunday: 8:15 a.m., 9:45 a.m.,
11:15 a.m. (Spanish), & 6:30 p.m.
Reconciliation (Confession):
Saturday: 4:00 p.m.
Weekdays: by Appointment
*4pm Confessions will not be
available on July 12, July 19,
August 2 and August 9
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Fifteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time
July 13, 2014
Wayne’s World
Sow the Word
Dear Friends,
mercifully live, following his example. We can do this, according to the
song I reflect on this week, by speaking love, living love in light, loving
the hungry at our door, and by lavishing the hungry with the plenty we
have known in the word.
When I was in the seminary, two fellow
seminarians wrote a beautiful song called Sow The
Word. The song, based on today’s reading from
the Prophet Isaiah, contains beautiful lyrics. Giving
proper credit to its lyricists and composers, J. Keith
Zavelli and Steven R. Janco I share the words with
you here, since I have been singing them around the
rectory all week!
In order for any of this to occur, each one of us must realize that
fertile ground is needed for God’s plan to come to fruition. Jesus
speaks of the fertile ground – and the not so fertile ground – in today’s
Gospel. So what gets in the way of the seed of God’s good news falling
on the fertile ground of our souls? The lack of real understanding, the
absence of a true rootedness, worldly anxiety and the lure of riches all
prevent the efficacy of God’s seed. God desires, though that the Word
bear fruit. How does this happen? Jesus tells us in the Gospel that the
threefold task of hearing, understanding and acting allows God’s seed to
bear a great yield. And that’s God’s plan.
Sow the Word
As the rain and the snow come down from heaven and do not return
without watering the earth, making it yield and giving it growth to
provide seed for the sower and bread for the world.
One doesn’t accomplish the task of hearing God’s Word,
understanding God’s Word and acting on God’s Word with great ease.
It involves work, and sometimes suffering. Paul refers to the suffering
in today’s second reading. He tells us that the work involved in hearing,
understanding and acting, is worth it. It brings with it a promise that
the Word made Flesh gave - the redemption of our bodies! He speaks of
the glory that will be revealed and the fact that all we do on this earth –
including suffering, is worth it.
So the Word came to the world. So the Word came to stretch
his arms and die for the world. As he loved, so we live to sow
the Word.
This is the word that we have tasted with our eyes and our lips speak the
love in its passing on to you. God is light. If we live our love in light, we
will reap the grain for the sower and be bread for the world.
We are God’s lovers. Give it all away. We must be love to the hungry at
our door. Open the bread. Bring the robes and rings! Lavish the hungry
with the plenty we have known in the word.
So with eager expectation of the promise that the Word gives, let’s
hear the psalmist’s words, “the seed that falls on good ground will yield
a fruitful harvest,” and make our spiritual soil fertile and produce the
good fruit of charity.
Such powerful words! The words in today’s first reading pack
the same punch. God has a great plan of grace and mercy and love.
The fulfillment of that plan came in the love that the Word made Flesh,
Jesus, brought into the world in his incarnation and through his paschal
mystery. Jesus came to do the will of the Father, and set his heart on
achieving the end for which the Father sent him. By what Jesus said and
did, by the way he lived his life, by his suffering and death, He provided
seed for the sower and bread for the world.
Happy Summer!
P. S. Three weeks from today we will depart on our annual pilgrimage
to Lourdes. As I do each year, I invite you to send me your prayer
requests for the Shrine of Our Lady. We will carry them to the Grotto
and beseech Mary’s intercession on your behalf.
Janco and Zavelli’s song though, challenges each of us – at least
it challenges me. The second sentence of the refrain sums it up. “As
he loved, so we live to sow the word.” Jesus loved with out counting
the cost. Generously, selflessly, enthusiastically, mercifully, Jesus gave
of himself. We too are called generously, selflessly, enthusiastically, and
Our Mission:
Rooted in Christ, touched by His love and mercy, the Saint John Berchmans community finds unity in its diversity, proclaims by Word, Sacrament, and
service, that the Kingdom of God is at hand, and declares that all are welcome in this place.
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THE YEAR OF THE SACRAMENTS
Pope Francis’ Vision of Healing
and Communion
Parish Announcements
(JULY 2014 - JUNE 2015)
ONE WORD AT A TIME...
RELIGIOUS EDUCATION REGISTRATION
BELIEVE
Registration forms and tuition information for our Religious Education
program are available in both the rectory office and on our website at
www.stjohnberchmans.org. Classes take place on Saturday mornings
from 9am-10:30am and will begin on Saturday, September 13th. If you
have any questions about the SJB Religious Education Program please
contact the rectory office.
We know that sacraments bring us in contact with Jesus and his saving
mysteries, but how exactly does that happen? First, we must be clear
that there is nothing automatic or mechanical about the sacraments.
The sacraments, for example, are never imposed on us. In fact, the
opposite is true. We can only celebrate and receive the sacraments
with a free and loving act of faith. At the end of Mark’s Gospel, Jesus
commissions his disciples to go into the whole world and proclaim
the good news. Then he adds, “The one who believes and is baptized
will be saved...” (Mark 16:16) From the very words of Jesus, we know
the absolutely close link between faith and sacraments. Believers,
people who have accepted the word of Jesus Christ proclaimed in the
Church as true and who rely on that word, are the ones who celebrate
and receive the sacraments. Then, in faith, the gifts and the graces of
the sacraments take hold and change the lives of believers.
WOULD YOU LIKE TO BECOME CATHOLIC?
The Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults (RCIA) is a journey for
adults who would like to be baptized, receive first Holy Communion
and be confirmed. The RCIA process can also help you complete the
necessary steps to become a member of the Catholic Church if you
were baptized in another Christian denomination.
The SJB RCIA program meets from mid-October through April, and
the sacraments are received at the Easter Vigil. The process of RCIA is
a journey of faith, led by the Holy Spirit. It is a time to tell stories, ask
questions, meet new friends and explore prayer and scripture.
The Sacrament of Reconciliation
Throughout the year, the Sacrament of Reconciliation (Confession)
If you are interested in finding out more about the RCIA, if you know
of anyone who might be a candidate for this journey, or if you are
willing to help as a catechist or sponsor, please contact Rita Kattner in
the rectory office.
is available each Saturday from 4-4:45pm. Due to some scheduling
conflicts during the summer months, there will be no priest available
for the regularly scheduled confessions on the following dates:
CHILDREN’S LITURGY OF THE WORD VOLUNTEERS
July 19, August 2, August 9 and August 16
We are currently looking for volunteers to help with Children’s
Liturgy of the Word. Children’s Liturgy of the Word occurs on the first
Sunday of each month during the 9:45am Mass. If you are interested in
helping, please contact the rectory office.
Confessions are always available by appointment. Please contact the
rectory office to make arrangements.
Holy Mothering Meeting
Are You Interested in Sharing
Your Faith?
Tuesday, July 22 7-9 pm ~ SJB School Chapel
Purpose: To provide all mothers from the expectant to the
experienced a place to reduce stress, reflect, worship, receive
instruction and develop ministry gifts along with encouragement
on issues that women commonly face.
The Saint John Berchmans Religious Education
Program is looking for a Catechist
July’s Agenda:
No experience is necessary, just a love of children and a
love of sharing your Catholic Faith. Training and supplies
will be provided. Religious Education classes meet on
Saturday morning from 9:00-10:30am, beginning on
September 13th. If you are interested, or would like more
information, please contact Marie Jochum in the rectory
office or at [email protected]
Instruction: Assumption of Mary
Project: Marian Images for your Children
Pray: The Rosary
Please call the parish office to register: 773-486-4300.
“She is the one who bring us to the Lord; she is the mother; she is the
one who knows everything.” Pope Francis
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Fifteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time
July 13, 2014
Wayne’s World
Siembra la Palabra
Queridos Amigos,
cuesta de todo. Dio de sí mismo con generosidad, desinterés y entusiasmo.
También nosotros estamos llamados a dar con generosidad, desinterés, y
entusiasmado, y gracias a Dios a vivir siguiendo su ejemplo. Podemos hacer
esto, de acuerdo con la canción que reflejo esta semana, hablando de amor,
viviendo el amor en la luz, amando a los hambrientos que tocan nuestra
puerta, y saciando el hambre con todo lo que hemos aprendido en la palabra.
Cuando estaba en el seminario, dos compañeros
seminaristas escribieron una hermosa canción llamada
Siembra la Palabra. La canción, basada en la lectura
de hoy del Profeta Isaías, contiene liricas hermosas.
Dando crédito apropiado a sus autores y compositores,
J. Keith Zavelli y Steven R. Janco comparto las palabras
con usted aquí, ya que ¡he estado cantando por toda la
casa parroquial durante toda la semana!
Para que esto ocurra, cada uno de nosotros debe darse cuenta de que se
necesita un terreno fértil para que el plan de Dios sea fructuoso. Jesús habla
de tierra fértil - y tierra no muy fértil en el Evangelio de hoy. Entonces, ¿qué
se interpone en el camino de la semilla de la buena nueva de Dios al caer
en la tierra fértil de nuestras almas? La falta de compresión verdadera, la
carencia de un arraigo real, la ansiedad mundana y el anhelo de las riquezas,
todo esto impide que la semilla de Dios sea eficaz. Dios desea que la Palabra
sea fructuosa. ¿Cómo sucede esto? Jesús nos dice en el Evangelio que la
triple tarea de escuchar, comprender y actuar permite que la semilla de Dios
tenga un gran rendimiento.Y ese es el plan de Dios.
Siembra la Palabra
Como bajan del cielo la lluvia y la nieve y vuelven allá, sino después de
empapar la tierra, de fecundarla y hacerla germinar, a fin de que dé semilla
para sembrar y pan para comer.
Así que la Palabra vino al mundo. La Palabra vino a abrir
sus brazos y a morir por el mundo. Como él amó, así nosotros
vivimos para sembrar la Palabra.
Uno no cumple la tarea de escuchar la Palabra de Dios, comprender la
Palabra de Dios y actuar en la Palabra de Dios con gran facilidad. Requiere
trabajo y a veces sufrimiento. Pablo se refiere al sufrimiento en la segunda
lectura de hoy. Él nos dice que el trabajo que requiere escuchar, comprender
y actuar, vale la pena. Trae consigo la promesa que la Palabra hecha Carne
nos dio - ¡la redención de nuestros cuerpos! Él habla de la gloria que será
revelada, y el hecho de que todo lo que hacemos en esta tierra - incluyendo
el sufrimiento, vale la pena.
Esta es la palabra que hemos visto con nuestros ojos y probado con nuestros
labios y habla del amor que nos transmite. Dios es luz. Si vivimos nuestro
amor en la luz, cosecharemos el grano para la siembra, y seremos pan para
el mundo.
Somos amantes de Dios. Damos todo. Debemos ser el amor para el hambriento
en nuestra puerta. ¡Abran el pan.Traigan las túnicas y los anillos! Prodiguen
a los hambrientos con generosidad, la cual hemos conocido en la palabra.
Así que con gran expectativa de la promesa que la Palabra nos da,
escuchemos las palabras del salmista, “la semilla que cae en buena tierra
rendirá una cosecha fructífera”, y hagamos fecundo nuestro suelo espiritual
y producir el buen fruto de caridad.
¡Qué palabras tan poderosas! Las palabras de la primera lectura de hoy
tienen el mismo impacto. Dios tiene un gran plan de gracia, misericordia y
amor. El cumplimiento de ese plan se originó en el amor de la Palabra que
se hizo Carne, Jesús, traído al mundo en su encarnación y por medio de su
misterio pascual. Jesús vino a hacer la voluntad del Padre, y dedicó de todo
corazón a la victoria final para la cual el Padre lo envió. Debido a lo que Jesús
dijo e hizo, por la forma en que vivió su vida, por su sufrimiento y muerte,
Él proporcionó la semilla para la siembra y el pan para el mundo.
¡Feliz Verano!
P. D. Dentro de tres semanas saldremos en nuestra peregrinación anual
a Lourdes. Como lo hago cada año, le invito a enviarme sus peticiones de
oración para el Santuario de Nuestra Señora. Las llevaremos a la Gruta e
imploraremos la intercesión de María en su nombre.
Sin embargo, la canción de Janco y Zavelli desafía a cada uno de
nosotros - por lo menos a mí. La segunda frase del estribillo resume todo.
“Como él amó, así nosotros vivimos para sembrar la palabra.” Jesús amaba a
Nuestra Misión:
“Arraigada en Cristo y tocada por Su amor y misericordia, la comunidad de San Juan Berchmans encuentra unidad en su diversidad, proclama por medio
de la palabra, Sacramento y servicio, que el Reino de Dios esta cerca y declara que todos son bienvenidos en este lugar.”
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Fifteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time
EL AÑO DE LOS SACRAMENTOS
La Visión del Papa Francisco Sobre
la Sancación y la Comunión
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Parroquiales
(JULIO 2014 - JUNIO 2015)
De Palabra en Palabra...
REGISTRO DE EDUCACIÓN RELIGIOSA
CREER
Las formas de registro e información de la matrícula para nuestro programa de
Educación Religiosa están disponibles en la oficina de la rectoría y en nuestro
sitio web en www.stjohnberchmans.org. Las clases ocurren los sábados por la
mañana de 9 a 10:30am y comenzarán el sábado, 13 de septiembre. Si usted
tiene alguna pregunta sobre el Programa de Educación Religiosa de SJB por
favor comuníquese con la oficina de la rectoría.
Sabemos que los sacramentos nos ponen en contacto con Jesús y sus
misterios salvíficos, pero ¿de qué manera sucede exactamente? En
primer lugar, debemos tener en claro que no hay nada automático
o mecánico acerca de los sacramentos; por ejemplo, nunca se nos
imponen. De hecho, sucede todo lo contrario. Solo podemos celebrar
y recibir los sacramentos mediante un acto libre de amor y fe. Hacia
el final del Evangelio de Marcos, Jesús les encarga a sus discípulos que
vayan por todo el mundo a proclamar la Buena Nueva. Luego, añade:
“Quien crea y se bautice se salvará” (Marcos 16:16). A partir de las
palabras exactas de Jesús, conocemos el estrechísimo vínculo entre
la fe y los sacramentos. Los creyentes, las personas que han aceptado
la Palabra de Jesucristo proclamada en la Iglesia como verdadera y
que confían en esa Palabra, son aquellas que celebran y reciben los
sacramentos. Luego, en la fe, los dones y las gracias de los sacramentos
se arraigan en la vida de los creyentes y la cambian.
¿LE GUSTARÍA SER CATÓLICO?
El Rito de Iniciación Cristiana para Adultos (RICA) es una jornada para
los adultos que desean ser bautizados, recibir la Primera Comunión y
confirmarse. El proceso de RICA también puede ayudarle a completar los
pasos necesarios para convertirse en miembro de la Iglesia Católica, si usted
fue bautizado en otra denominación cristiana.
El programa de RICA de SJB se reúne desde mediados de octubre hasta abril,
y los sacramentos se reciben en la Vigilia de Pascua. El proceso de RICA es un
camino de fe, guiado por el Espíritu Santo. Es un tiempo de contar historias,
hacer preguntas, conocer nuevos amigos y explorar la oración y las Escrituras.
El Sacramento de Reconciliación
Si usted está interesado en aprender más sobre el programa de RICA, si
conoce a alguien que podría ser un candidato para esta jornada, o si usted
está dispuesto a ayudar como catequista o patrocinador, por favor póngase en
contacto con Rita Kattner en la oficina de la rectoría.
Durante el año, el Sacramento de Reconciliación (Confesión) está
disponible cada sábado de 4-4:45 pm. Debido a algunos conflictos
de agenda durante los meses de verano, no habrá ningún sacerdote
disponible para las confesiones regulares en las siguientes fechas:
VOLUNTARIOS PARA LA LITURGIA DE LA PALABRA PARA
LOS NIÑOS
19 de julio, 2 de agosto, 9 de agosto y 16 de agosto
Actualmente estamos buscando voluntarios para ayudar con la Liturgia de
la Palabra para los Niños. La Liturgia de la Palabra para los Niños ocurre
el primer domingo de cada mes durante la Misa de 9:45am. Si usted está
interesado en ayudar, por favor póngase en contacto con la oficina de la
rectoría.
Las confesiones están siempre disponibles con cita previa. Por favor,
póngase en contacto con la oficina de la rectoría.
Retiro de la Santa Maternidad
¿Está Interesado en
Compartir Su Fe?
Martes, 22 de julio de 7-9 pm
Capilla de la Escuela SJB
Propósito: Proporcionar a todas las futuras y experimentadas
madres un lugar donde puedan reducir el estrés, reflexionar,
adorar, recibir instrucción y desarrollar los dones del ministerio
apoyando los temas que las mujeres comúnmente enfrentan.
El Programa de Educación Religiosa de San Juan
Berchmans está buscando un Catequista.
No se necesita experiencia, solo el amor por los niños y de
compartir su fe católica. Se proporcionará entrenamiento
y materiales. Las clases de Educación Religiosa se reúnen
los sábados por la mañana de 9 – 10:30am comenzando
el 13 de septiembre. Si usted está interesado o desea más
información, por favor póngase en contacto con Marie
Jochum en la oficina de la rectoría o correo electrónico a
[email protected]
Agenda del mes de julio:
Instrucción: Asunción de María
Proyecto: Imágenes Marianas para sus niños
Orar: El Rosario
Por favor llame a la oficina parroquial para registrarse: 773-486-4300.
“Ella es la que nos lleva al Señor; ella es la madre; ella es la única que
lo sabe todo.” Papa Francisco
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Fifteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time
July 13, 2014
SJB Summer Camp Newsletter
Week Four:The History of the Spirit Stick
The Spirit Stick has been a camp tradition
for many years here at St. John Berchmans
Summer Camp. The Spirit stick magically
goes to the group with the most enthusiasm
shown during the past week.This is a highly
coveted honor. The stick itself looks like
an ordinary everyday twig that has been
decorated with different colors of yarn. The colors are
the colors of our camp groups. On Fridays Ms. Petie is drawn to the
cafeteria by the stick and its magical powers. The stick dances her
around the room swaying her and the stick from group to group until
it finally lands at the winning table. The champs then parade around
the cafeteria boasting their stance as the most enthusiastic campers
of the week. The first week honors went to the green group. Red was
rewarded this past week!
2014-2015 Enrollment
The enrollment process for Saint John Berchmans School continues throughout the Summer. There are
still spots available in most grades, but PreK and Kindergarten are filling up fast. Don’t miss your chance
to be part of our amazing school. Enrollment and tuition information can be found on our website at
www.stjohnberchmans.org. If you have any questions about our school or would like to take a tour
prior to making your decision, please contact Amanda Sullivan in the school office at 773-486-1334 or
[email protected] School starts August 20th
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Fifteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time
L E G AC Y
NIGHTFEVER
C A M PA I G N
Restore, Renew, Rejoice!
JULY 19, 2014 - ST. ALPHONSUS
Debido a la cantidad de información que deseamos proporcionar, la
siguiente está en inglés solamente. Esta información se repetirá la próxima
semana en español.
St. Alphonsus Parish, located at 1429 W. Wellington in Chicago,
will be hosting the next Nightfever, starting with Mass at 7:30pm
and continuing through the night.
Below you will find the update on the financial progress of our Legacy
Campaign. We need your support as we continue to address the needs
and wants of our Parish and School community.
Last year Nightfever was brought to Chicago for the first time.
With the Eucharist exposed on the altar, priests available to talk
or hear confessions, and quiet music playing, young adults stood
on the streets around the Cathedral and invited people inside to
simply light a candle before going on their way for the evening.
Everyone is welcome to stay for as long or as short as they like,
and to come and go as they please. Hearts were touched, healed,
and transformed.
TOTAL YEAR 1 (through 3/31/2012)
TOTAL YEAR 2 (4/1/12-3/31/2013)
TOTAL YEAR 3 (4/1/13-3/31/2014)
TO-DATE YEAR 4 (4/1/134-6/30/14)
TOTAL (through 6/30/14)
$ 1,798,345.46
$ 248,709.00
$ 701,108.21
$ 42,565.00
$ 2,790,727.67
The idea behind Nightfever is simple: Open the church, invite
people in, and let Christ work. And the effect is remarkable.
Thank you to everyone who has participated so far, your generosity is
amazing.We have been blessed to have received several donations this year
that have significantly increased our totals, including:
Nightfever is an outstanding experience of Christ’s love for all
involved.
For more info go to: http://www.nightfeverchicago.org/
• Several grants designated for capital projects
• A significant memorial contribution
•Special Fundraising for the School A/C and Gym Floor
• Personal window sponsorships
“Let everyone heed what they hear.”
Is the Lord inviting you to know, love and
serve Him more closely in priesthood
or consecrated life? If you think God is
calling you to be a priest, go to www.
ChicagoPriest.com or contact Fr. Francis Bitterman at 312-5348298 or [email protected] For information on religious
life contact the Office for Religious/CAVA, [email protected],
(312) 534-5240, and for the Permanent Diaconate program contact
Deacon Bob Puhala at 847-837-4564 or [email protected]
We have come very far, but still have a long way to go. If you haven’t yet
made your pledge to our Legacy Campaign, now is the time.We need the
support of the entire community to reach our goal. Every contribution
will help us to reach our goals.
If you have any questions regarding the Legacy Campaign, or if you would
like more information on how to sponsor a window,please contact Jennifer
Cortez in the rectory office or by email at [email protected]
Restaurar, Renovar, ¡Gozar!
L A C A M PA Ñ A D E L E G A D O D E S J B
ONLINE GIVING TO SJB
Stewardship Report
Save the hassle of envelopes, checks, and Sunday memory lapses by
giving to St. John Berchmans online! Log on to GiveCentral to set up
an account, and your weekly offering will be deducted directly from
your checking or savings account.
Due to bulletin scheduling, the
stewardship report for July 6, 2014
was not available at print time. We
will include it in the bulletin next
weekend.
DONACIONES EN EL INTERNET A SJB
Ahorre la molestia de los sobres, cheques y lapsos de memoria
haciendo su donación semanal a San Juan Berchmans por medio del
internet. Inicie sesión en GiveCentral para crear su cuenta y ofrenda
semanal. Se deducirá directamente de su cuenta corriente o cuenta
de ahorros.
www.givecentral.org
Thank you ~ Gracias
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Fifteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time
July 13, 2014
LifeSource
Please Pray
Chicagoland’s Blood Center
Saint John Berchmans Church
Blood Drive
Sunday, July 20, 2014
9am - 3pm
Parish Hall - Church Basement
FOR THE SICK AND INFIRM OF
OUR COMMUNITY
For the health of
Teresa Angulo, Mark Baker, Leo Bancks, Katarzyna Bielarz, Florence
Brzezinski, Frank Buttitta, Antonia Calderon, Audrey Barr-Calmes,
Gary Calmes, Adriana Collado, Nan Condit, Jeannie Dallas, Brian
DeLeon, Danny Doyle, David Epley, Francis Cardinal George,
O.M.I., Pat Gillard, Ruth E. Gomez, Maureen Gramling, Dennis
Hanson, Colin Hayes, Lois Hinkens, Jane Jones, Helen Kadar,Theresa
Kattner, Mildred F. Kur, Cas Kosiba, Mary Ann Kosiba, Louise Lauer,
Robert Lauer, Hector Lorenzo, Alice Maestrazi, Wally Mauch, Ewing
Metoyer, Mia Moran, Humberto Moya, Debra Parsons, Norine
Ortega, Genevieve Podraza, Jorge Rojas, Maria E. Rosario, Anastacio
Salgado, Margarita Sanchez, Celeste Schwilck, Joseph Slocki, Jorge
Tapia, Marina Tinajero, Gladys Torres, Maria Torres, Sylvia Torres and
Lucille Wozny
To schedule your appointment please contact the
Church office or call LifeSource at 877.543.3768 or
register online at lifesource.org and use sponsor code
Q617.
Appointments Recommended.
Prepare for your donation:
EAT WELL-STAY HYDRATED-BRING ID
Please bring an ID with you on the day of your blood
donation. Proper ID is required to donate blood.
SJB STAFF CONTACTS
PASTOR: Fr. Wayne F. Watts, [email protected]
The seed that falls on good
ground will yield a fruitful
harvest. (Psalm 65)
RESIDENT: Fr. Paul Reicher, [email protected]
PASTOR EMERITUS: Fr. William Gubbins
DEACONS:
Jorge Cabrera (773) 625.2581, [email protected]
Guillermo (Willie) Mendizabal, (773) 276.5502, [email protected]
DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS:
Joseph P. D’Arco, [email protected]
DIRECTOR OF STEWARDSHIP AND LITURGY:
Jennifer Cortez, [email protected]
All are Welcome at Saint John
Berchmans!
PRINCIPAL:
Margaret Roketenetz, [email protected]
If you are new to our church or just visiting, please
stop and introduce yourself. We are happy to have you
share in today’s celebration of the Eucharist. If you do
not have a church home, we invite you to become a
part of our parish family. To register as a parishioner,
please contact the rectory office. Registration forms
can also be found in the vestibule of the church or on our website at www.
stjohnberchmans.org.
ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL:
Amanda Sullivan, [email protected]
DIRECTOR OF EVENTS:
Rochelle Brophy, [email protected]
COORDINATOR OF ADULT FAITH FORMATION:
Rita Kattner, [email protected]
COORDINATOR OF RELIGIOUS EDUCATION:
Marie Jochum, [email protected]
DIRECTOR OF MUSIC:
Jean Tuohy, [email protected]
Si usted es nuevo en nuestra iglesia o simplemente está visitando, por
favor deténgase e introdúzcase. Estamos contentos de poder compartir la
celebración de la Eucaristía el día de hoy. Si no tiene una iglesia, le invitamos
a formar parte de nuestra familia parroquial. Para registrarse como feligrés,
por favor, póngase en contacto con la oficina de la rectoría. Las formas de
registro se pueden también encontrar en el vestíbulo de la iglesia o en nuestra
página web www.stjohnberchmans.org.
SPANISH CHOIR DIRECTOR:
Carlos Ortiz, [email protected]
SCHOOL ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT:
Judy Ciukowski, [email protected]
PARISH SECRETARY:
Guille McMahon, [email protected]
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July 13, 2014
Fifteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time
FIFTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
SATURDAY, July 12
5:00pm IN THANKSGIVING TO THE SACRED HEART
CRESCENTIA M. CAMPOS
JUANITA SALAZAR (BIRTHDAY)
Presider: Fr. Fernando Zuleta
Commentator: Gary Aistrup
Lector: Art DeLeon
EMHC: Magda Cardona, Susan Ciapciak
Altar Servers: C. Cardona, A.Teruel
THURSDAY, July 17 – Weekday
7:00am +JOSE G. BENAVIDES
Presider: Fr.Wayne F.Watts
FRIDAY, July 18 – Weekday
8:30am THE PEOPLE OF SAINT JOHN BERCHMANS
Presider: Fr.Wayne F.Watts
SIXTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
SATURDAY, July 19
5:00pm +DR. EVERETT N. JONES, JR.
IN THANKSGIVING TO THE SACRED HEART
+FRANK FRIERI AND TONY FRIERI HOPKINS
Presider: Fr. Omar Guillen
Commentator: Art DeLeon
Lector: Cathy Whinna
EMHC: Jennifer Cortez, Martha DeLeon, Raghda Fakhoury
Altar Servers: E. Ham, A.Teruel
SUNDAY, July 13
8:15am +WILLIAM GAPINSKI
Presider: Fr. Gerard Kelly
Commentator: Mari Cardenas
Lector:Theresa Bui
EMHC: Lucie Cleary, Bozena Slocki, Anna Wozny-Ramirez
Altar Servers: A. Bui, J. Bui
9:45am +CHARLES F. STRUBBE FAMILY
+YVONNE LUGO
+PETRA SANCHEZ
Presider: Fr.Wayne F.Watts
Commentator: Margo Nicolson
Lectors: Marjorie Donovan, Rosa Ramirez
EMHC: Mark Dombrowski, Jennifer Kanable, Emily Marion
Altar Servers: J. Badillo, S. Reyes, E. Ham
SUNDAY, July 20
8:15am +STEPHEN AND SOPHIE MONIKOWSKI
Presider: Fr.Wayne F.Watts
Commentator: Kathleen Wetstein
Lector: Dan Wetstein
EMHC: Krystyna Bielarz, Jeffrey Bowen, Anna Wozny-Ramirez
Altar Server: L. Santiago
9:45am +VIRGILIO BONIFAZI & FAMILY
THE HEALTH OF LEO BANCKS
Presider: Fr.Wayne F.Watts
Commentator: John Swinford
Lectors: Nicole Vilches, Liz Treacy
EMHC: Katie Claussen Bell, Noreen Russo, Amanda Sullivan
Altar Servers: O. Janunas, A. Rios, N. Swinford
11:15am FAMILIA CAMARILLO
POR LA SALUD DE ANNA y MARK RABE
Oficiante: Pd.Wayne F.Watts
Diácono: Guillermo Mendizabal
Comentarista/Peticiones: Esther Uruchima
Lectores: Pilar Montero,Veronica Medina
MESC: Estela Izaguirre, Maria Acevedo, Maria y Mario Gudino
Monaguillos: L. Melvin, D. Uruchima, J. Uruchima
11:15am POR LA SALUD DE ANNA y MARK RABE
Oficiante: Pd.Wayne F.Watts
Diácono/Homilista: Guillermo Mendizabal
Comentarista/Peticiones: Maria Mendizabal
Lectores: Edmundo Mendez, Elvia Arroyo
MESC: Rosa Rodriguez, Rosaura Diaz, Manuel Cerrillo,
Guadalupe Pantoja
Monaguillos: A. Acevedo, J. Arroyo, I. Ibarra
6:30pm THE PEOPLE OF SAINT JOHN BERCHMANS
Presider: Fr. Kevin Birmingham
Lector/Commentator: Kathleen Kania
EMHC: Carlos Fernandez, Mary Jane Fernandez, Kenneth Krizanic
Altar Servers: J. Guerra, R. Kania
MONDAY, July 14 – Saint Kateri Tekawitha,Virgin
7:00am +LIDIA BARAJAS
Presider: Fr. Francisco Luna
6:30pm THE PEOPLE OF SAINT JOHN BERCHMANS
Presider: Fr.Wayne F.Watts
Lector/Commentator: Cristina Gomez
EMHC: Mark Dombrowski, Orlando Guerra, Phillip Ramirez
Altar Server: J. Guerra
TUESDAY, July 15– Saint Bonaventure, Bishop and Doctor of the Church
7:00am ALL SOULS REMEMBRANCE
Presider: Fr.Wayne F.Watts
WEDNESDAY, July 16 – Weekday
[Our Lady of Mount Carmel]
7:00am BOB AND LOUISE LAUER (HEALTH)
Presider: Fr.Wayne F.Watts
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