February 5, 2012 - Sacred Heart Parish

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February 5, 2012 - Sacred Heart Parish
Sacred Heart Parish
819 N. 16th Avenue, Melrose Park, IL 60160
Website: www.shsparish.org
E-Mail: [email protected]
PASTOR: Rev. Erwin J. Friedl
MISSION STATEMENT
Retired Resident: Rev. Herbert Meyr
Resident: Rev. Benedict Ezeoke
Permanent Deacons: Mr. Mike Barnish
Mr. Ray Behrendt
Mr. Norberto Ojeda
CHURCH RECTORY:
819 N. 16th Avenue
Phone (708) 344-0757
Fax (708) 344-5906
RECTORY OFFICE HOURS:
Mon, Wed & Thur 9:00am - 7:30pm
Tues & Friday 9:00am-5:00pm
STAFF:
JOSEPH AUGELLI ,
Parish Business Manager
RANDY CERQUA,
Director of Music
MIKE CRUZ,
Director of Buildings & Grounds
ARNOLDO MARTINEZ,
Director of Religious Education
SCHOOL: 815 N. 16th Avenue
Website: www.shsmelrosepark.com
Phone (708) 681-0240
Fax (708) 681-0454
STAFF:
MRS. BARBARA CICONTE Principal
MRS. CHERYL MILITELLO Secretary
MRS. JUANITA GUERRA Bilingual Asst.
CONVENT: 1503 Rice St.
Franciscan Sisters
Phone (708)344-6940
Dominican Literacy Center
Phone (708)338-0659
School Sisters of St. Francis Offices Phone (708)865-6990
Sacred Heart Parish is a family of believers rooted in the teachings of Jesus
Christ. We open our lives to the wisdom
of the Holy Spirit that we may see all
things in the light of Faith.
We welcome all on our journey to
the Kingdom of God. Sacred Heart
nourishes the parish family through
the ministries of Evangelization,
Education, Sacramental Worship
and Christian Service.
We offer our time, talents and
treasure as stewards of God’s
Church. We call on each other’s
support as we build God’s Kingdom.
With our Lord’s help, we will
live the Gospel values of Faith,
Hope, Justice and Love.
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SUNDAY MASSES:
Sat. 5:00 pm,
Sun. 7:30, 9:00, 11:00 am;
and 12:30 pm Spanish
WEEKDAY MASSES: 8:00am
HOLY DAYS: 8:00, 10:00am,
and 7:00pm Bilingual (or as posted)
CONFESSIONS: Saturday 4:00-4:45pm;
and Spanish 1st & 3rd Saturday 4:00-4:45pm
Fifth Sunday
in Ordinary Time
February 5, 2012
The LORD tells the number
of the stars & calls them
by name.
— Psalm 147:4
PARISH INFORMATION
EUCHARISTIC ADORATION: The first Friday of each
month from 12:00 Noon to 7pm. Exposition at 12 Noon: Adoration until 7pm: Benediction at 7:00pm
BAPTISMS: All Baptism arrangements for English Baptisms
must be made at the rectory office beforehand. All arrangements
for Spanish Baptisms may be made with Deacon Norberto Ojeda
after 12:30 Sunday Mass or at the Spanish Baptism preparation
meeting. All parents & godparents are expected to be believing
and practicing Christians and promise to raise the baptized child
in the Catholic Church. At least one parent & godparent MUST be
a practicing Catholic Christian.
English Baptisms are at 2:30pm on the First & Fourth
Sunday of each month. The “must attend” preparation meeting
for parents & godparents is on the 4th Monday of the month, at
7:00pm, at the rectory.
Spanish Baptisms are at 1:00pm on the Second Saturday of each month, or after the 12:30pm Mass on the Second
Sunday of each month. The “must attend” preparation meeting
for parents & godparents is on the 1st Monday of each month, at
7:00pm, at the rectory.
WEDDINGS: Arrangements should be made at the rectory with
a parish priest or deacon at least four months before the wedding. Normally weddings are for parishioners, but special situations will be considered. We recommend a Wedding Mass for
practicing Catholics. We recommend a Wedding Ceremony for
non-practicing Catholics or mixed religion couples. Both are valid
marriages. A priest is necessary for a Wedding Mass.
QUINCEANERA: To have a Quinceanera Mass, a candidate
must have been Confirmed & received First Holy Communion.
Others will have the Prayer Service & Blessing. A deacon can
preside at a Prayer Service & Blessing. All Quinceaneras must
be baptized as Catholic Christians. Arrangements must be made
at the rectory with a priest or deacon at least two months before.
FUNERALS: Arrangements can usually be made with the rectory
office by the funeral director. We have the Book of Funeral
Readings at the rectory for families who wish to look them over.
A priest or deacon will usually attend the wake.
SICK CALLS: If someone needs to be Anointed, please call the
rectory when they are seriously ill, don’t wait too long. If someone homebound wishes Holy Communion, please call the rectory. It will usually be brought by a Minister of Care.
NEW PARISHIONERS: Welcome to Sacred Heart Parish!
Please register in the rectory office to be counted!
CHANGE OF ADDRESS: If you leave the parish or move to a
new address, please notify the rectory as soon as possible
PARISH FOOD PANTRY: Open Saturday’s 10am-12 noon.
Patrons need to call the rectory by Thursday to reserve food
PARISH ORGANIZATIONS
PARISH PASTORAL COUNCIL: PRESIDENT: Louisa Ostrowski; VICE-PRESIDENT: Don Klaput SECRETARY: Lucy
Mahnke; MEMBERS: Joe Augelli, Lois Behrendt, Ray Behrendt,
Randy Cerqua, Barbara Ciconte, Caroline Cruz, Maria Galvin,
Nancy Marella, Arnoldo Martinez, Norberto Ojeda, Barbara Richter, Frank Pope, Eduardo & Maribel Rodriguez, Rosa Vargas
FINANCE COUNCIL: MEMBERS: Vince Consalvo, Earl Crovedi,
Pat Esposito, Joanne Pope, Louis Villegas
HOLY NAME SOCIETY: PRESIDENT
Donald Klaput
WOMEN’S CLUB:
PRESIDENT
Barbara Richter
HISPANIC MINISTRY: PRESIDENT
Rosa Vargas
SCHOOL ADVISORY BOARD: PRESIDENT Frank Pope, Jr.
SCHOOL PTO: PRESIDENTS, Sue Golding & Teresa Collela
WELCOME
No matter what your present status is
in the Catholic Church….No matter what your current
family or marital situation is….No matter what your past
or present religious affiliation is….No matter what your
personal history, age, back-ground, race or color is....No
matter what your own self-image or esteem is…. You are Invited,
Welcomed, Accepted, Loved & Respected here at Sacred Heart
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 5:
CCD Classes: 9:30am English; 11:00am Spanish
1:30-4:30pm Day of the Candelaria (Marian Hall)
2:30pm English Baptisms
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 6:
5:30-6:45pm Youth Leaders (Rectory)
7:00pm Finance Council (Rectory)
7:00pm Spanish Baptismal Preparatory Class (Rectory)
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 7:
4:00-5:00pm Bible Study (Rectory)
7:00-8:00pm Women’s Club Board Meeting (Marian Hall)
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 8:
6:00-7:30pm Choir (Church)
7:00-8:00pm RCIA (Rectory)
7:00-9:00pm Girl Scouts (Upper Grade Hall)
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9:
6:30-7:45pm Youth Group (Room 13)
7:00pm Holy Name Board Meeting (Rectory)
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10:
6:30-9:30pm PTO Mardi Gras (Marian Hall)
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 11:
1:00pm Spanish Baptisms
7:00pm Spanish Valentine’s Dance (Marian Hall)
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 12:
CCD Classes: 9:30am English; 11:00am Spanish
9:00am Holy Name Mass
10:00am-12:00pm Holy Name Meeting (Marian Hall)
1:30pm Spanish CCD First Communion Parent Meeting (Marian Hall)
12:30pm Spanish CCD First Communion Commissioning Mass
Ministry of Care
If you or your loved one is admitted to a hospital & would like
a visit from a Parish Minister of Care, please call the Rectory
Office. According to the HIPAA Act, patient names will no
longer be passed on to us by the hospital of admittance without written consent from the patient. If you or a member of
your family would like to receive Holy Communion &/or Anointing of the Sick in the hospital, please ask for the Catholic
Chaplain to be sent. If you would like to receive those sacraments at home, please call the rectory at 708-344-0757.
PARISHIONERS: When moving
in or out of Sacred Heart Parish,
please notify the Rectory Office.
YOUR WILL: Please remember
Sacred Heart Parish in your wills and bequests.
PARISH ORGANIZATIONS & PARISHIONERS are
encouraged to write articles for the Bulletin and the
Church Web Site. Bulletin copy must be in the Rectory
Office no later than 12:00 Noon Each Monday (earlier
on holiday weeks). Copy material received past the deadline will not be published in the Bulletin until the following weekend. All copy material is subject to approval.
Thanks be to God!
Recently somebody put something into the sink in the Server Sacristy that started a small
fire. We don’t know whether it was based on carelessness or malice. I hope it was carelessness! In any event, the fire burned up a plastic gallon jug, created a lot of soot and melted the
plastic coverings on the Dixie cups. Thank God it did not burn up to the goods stored above
the sink and beyond. It could have been a disaster.
Everyone, please keep your eyes open and be careful to spare our parish from the horror of fire.
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Talking about fire, we will NOT have the burning of palms this year before Ash Wednesday. We made so many
ashes last year we will have enough for a number of years. You can either save last year’s palms for the future, burn
them with respect in a bonfire, or cut them and return them as mulch to mother earth.
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Speaking of Lent, the Liturgy Committee has picked out a Lenten theme and chosen a symbol to express that theme!
It’s too early to tell what it is, so you will just have to wait till Lent to find out!
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Most of the school people know this already, but a lot of parish people may not. We have a leak in our heating pipe
to the office, bathroom, and kindergarten bathrooms in the east school building. The water leaks into the ground and
drains out the transformer room door next to the boiler room door. We are having images taken to locate the leaks and
the pipes. By the time summer comes we should have a plan of repair. Please keep it in your prayers and keep practicing stewardship! It seems like there is always something that goes bust! To keep the kindergarten warm enough, we
have installed a safe electric heater till summer.
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I think we are doing quite well with the new Roman Missal. I must confess that I find some of the new English word
structure to be clumsy and stilted, while some other phrases are an improvement. Whatever our likes or dislikes, this is
what the Church is asking of us. Let us keep at it and in a few years we will all forget there was another way!!!
The Lord be with you, And ? ? ? !!!
Fr. Friedl
P.S. Our thanks to everyone who participated in any way in our opening Sunday to Catholic Schools Week. It was a
good day. May the Lord bless our efforts.
Need a new perspective on the New Year?
It’s not too late to register for a new outlook on 2012. Whether you’re thinking about how to get involved or are already
an active parish leader, join us as we worship, learn & gather for the 2012 Parish Leadership Day on Saturday, Feb 18 at
Loyola Academy in Wilmette. You can choose from a wide variety of workshops & learn skills that help build vibrant
faith communities. To browse through the workshop offerings, visit www.archchicago.org/departements/councils &
click Parish Leadership Day. For more info or to register, contact Joe at the rectory by Feb 10.
WOE IS ME
Often we think about the troubles in our lives & cry out, “Woe is me!” Like
Job we might look around in despair at the misery in the world. Like Job’s friends
we might look backward for something or someone on which to blame our suffering. We may decide that God—or we ourselves—must be to blame.
The Gospel today offers a different perspective from which to view earthly
suffering. Jesus realized that there was nothing to be gained from looking around
in despair or backward in blame. Instead, he looked forward in hope. He did not
blame the sick & the possessed for their suffering, as many others did. And he did
not give up hope, even though he knew he couldn’t cure all the sickness in the
world. Jesus tried neither to eliminate human suffering nor to explain it. He simply
did what good he could do in the time that he had.
WOE TO ME IF I DO NOT PREACH IT!
Above all, Jesus kept preaching the good news of the reign of God, a spiritual reality that triumphs over every form of suffering. This was his purpose. When we believe in this good news we may not be healed of physical illness or understand the
reason for human suffering, but we do receive something much more valuable. We are healed of the sickness of despair &
freed from the demons of guilt & blame. The Spirit energizes us to do what good we can do in the time that we have. With
Paul we will want everyone to know about the healing, liberating reign of God. We might even begin to say, “Woe to me if I
do not preach” the gospel! Today’s Scriptures encourage us to look forward in hope, to do what we can, & to preach the good
news of the reign of God.
Today’s Readings: Job 7:1–4, 6–7; Psalm 147:1–6; 1 Corinthians 9:16–19, 22–23; Mark 1:29–39
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Next weekend, Feb. 11/12, we will be collecting for our parish food pantry. We are in need
of: dry soups, canned meats, peanut butter,
jelly, cereal & bags to hand out the food in.
Thank you & God bless!
CORNED BEEF &
CABBAGE DINNER
The Holy Name 26th Annual Men’s Corned Beef & Cabbage Dinner & Nite at the Races (movies) will be held on
Friday, February 17th, 2012 at 6:30pm. Tickets are still
$35.00 each and you can reserve a table of eight. For
tickets call Ray Behrendt at 708-366-2793.
Women’s Club Meeting
Sunday, February 19th, 9am Mass with
Breakfast following in Marian Hall
Guest Speaker: Mr Daniel Mudd from Standard Bank
Topic: Benefits of Reverse Mortgage
All the ladies are invited! Bring a friend!
Save the Date!
Our Parish Mission is comingEnglish will be March 4 & 5.
Spanish will be March 6 & 7.
Give GOD a button! What’s important to a person is
found in his checkbook…& on his radio dial! This new
year, program your dial to Catholic Relevant Radio.
Give God a button - & make Him “numero uno!” Chicago 950AM, Chicago West 930AM, NW Indiana
1270AM (Listen online at relevantradio.com)
2011 CHURCH CONTRIBUTION
TAX STATEMENTS
All parishioner’s 2011 Tax Statements for
contributions over $100 have been mailed.
All statements for contributions under $100 may be picked
up at the rectory during regular business hours. Please call
ahead. Thank you for your support during this past year,
and may God bless you.
Ladies Lenten Tea - Mystical Moments
Monday, February 27 from 1-3pm; $35 per person
Marriot Oak Brook Hills Hotel, Westmont, IL
Join us for a relaxing afternoon as we savor the joy of
taking High Tea at the beautiful Marriot Oak Brook Hills
Hotel. Women of all ages are invited to join in a conversation with Dr Mary Amore as we explore the Christian
mystic that lies within each of us. Menu: Assortment of
gourmet herbal teas & coffee, selection of scones, pastries & muffins, variety of delectable finger sandwiches,
& cheesecake. Champagne Cocktail available at additional cost. Register: mayslakeministries.org (Paypal);
630-268-9000(Master Card/ Visa)
Are you an adult who has not celebrated
the sacrament of Confirmation? Adult
Confirmations will be held during the
spring months throughout the Archdiocese.
Preparation groups are forming now. To
register or for information please call Javier Castillo at
(312)534-8032 or go to www.catechesis-chicago.org
Discernment, Anybody?
How do I discern God’s call?
The question is not really, “Do I want to be a deacon?”
Rather, you must ask yourself, “What does God want me to
be? How am I responding to God’s personal call?”
Christian discernment implies a life of faith & a sense
of one’s relationship with God. Discernment requires a
heart ready to listen & respond in prayer & reflection. Discernment also requires a mind prepared to learn about the
permanent diaconate & to decide what choice in your life
will bring the greatest joy to God, the world & yourself.
Do you believe Jesus may be inviting you to inquire about
this ordained ministry? Join us for...
“Exploring the Permanent Dioaconate”
Sunday, February 19, 2012; 12 noon Mass & Dialogue
Cardinal Stritch Retreat House (just west of Butterfield Rd
on Route 176, Mundelein, Illinois)
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What is God calling You to do with your life? Please join
the Benedictine Sisters of Chicago & other single women
aged 18-50 for a Discernment Weekend, March 9-11 at St
Scholastica Monastery. Contact Sr. Belinda Monahan
([email protected] or 773/764-2413x246) or visit
osbchicago.org/discernmentretreat.html
ENVELOPE DONATIONS PER WEEKEND MASS
Date
Mass
Envelope $ Loose $ Envelope #
1/28/12
5:00 PM
699
99
61
1/29/12
7:30 AM
467
156
27
1/29/12
9:00 AM
1255
132
59
1/29/12
11:00 AM
678
141
51
1/29/12
12:30 PM
305
741
29
1/29/12
Drop-off,/Mail
369
-
18
TOTALS
3773
964
245
Total Sunday Collection Jan 29, 2012
Budgeted Sunday Collection
Difference - deficit
Total Weekly Collection for Year
Budgeted Weekly Collection for Year
Difference - deficit
Collection for Sharing Parish
$ 4,737.00
$ 5,922.00
($ -1,185.00)
$ 135,930.00
$ 180,110.00
($ -44,180.00)
$
453.00
Thank you for your e support of Sacred Heart Parish!
(Fiscal Year is July 1st, 2011 through June 30th, 2012)
Annual Catholic Appeal 2012
Please spend some time this week reflecting on the Annual Catholic Appeal brochure
that you received with your bulletin. While funding a number of Archdiocesan ministries,
the Appeal supports parish ministries that provide religious education to children,
youth & adults in economically disadvantaged communities. It is also one of the largest
philanthropic sources of financial assistance for Catholic schools in the Archdiocese.
Please remember that the Annual Catholic Appeal campaign is much different than a one time special collection.
It is a pledge campaign where you can make a gift payable in installments.
As you review the work enabled by your contribution to the Annual Catholic Appeal, please reflect on God’s gifts to
you. He has given you all that you have. Your gifts to our parish, to the Archdiocese & to the work of the Church
throughout the world are given in gratitude for the continuing gifts that God gives you.
Sometimes it is difficult to envision how one pledge can help an organization the size of our Archdiocese, how it can
make a real difference. But each pledge does make a difference because all parishes participate in the campaign & the
gifts of many enable our Archdiocese to deliver needed ministries & services.
Our combined gifts not only signify our gratitude to God, they fund a significant portion of the work of our Archdiocese. After our parish goal of $17,119.00 is reached in cash, 100% of the additional funds come back to our parish to
help to fund our needs.
If you received your pledge form in the mail, please complete it & mail it back or bring it to Mass next weekend. For
those of you that did not receive a mailing or have not had time to respond to it, we will conduct our in-pew pledge process at all Masses next weekend.
Thank you for your prayerful consideration & generous response.
Campaña Católica Anual 2012
Por favor, tómese un tiempo esta semana para reflexionar sobre el folleto de la Campaña Católica Anual que recibió con su
boletín. Además de financiar distintos ministerios arquidiocesanos, la Campaña apoya ministerios parroquiales que proporcionan
educación religiosa a niños, jóvenes y adultos en comunidades económicamente desfavorecidas. También es una de las fuentes
filantrópicas más grandes de apoyo financiero para las escuelas católicas de la Arquidiócesis.
Por favor, recuerde que la Campaña Católica Anual es mucho muy diferente de una colecta especial que ocurre una sola
vez. Es una campaña basada en la promesa de un donativo en la cual usted puede hacer un donativo que se paga en plazos.
Mientras revisa la lista de trabajos que son posibles gracias a su aportación a la Campaña Católica Anual, reflexione en las
bendiciones que ha recibido del Señor. Él le ha dado todo lo que usted tiene. Realice su donativo para nuestra parroquia, la
Arquidiócesis y las actividades de la Iglesia en todo el mundo en agradecimiento por todos los dones que Dios le ha dado.
En ocasiones es difícil imaginar cómo puede ayudar su donativo a una organización del tamaño de nuestra Arquidiócesis,
cómo puede marcar una diferencia. Sin embargo cada donativo marca una diferencia, porque todas las parroquias participan en
la Campaña y las aportaciones de muchos permiten que la Arquidiócesis ofrezca los ministerios y servicios necesarios.
La suma de los donativos no sólo representa nuestra gratitud a Dios, con ellos se financia una parte significativa de las
actividades de la Arquidiócesis. Una vez que nuestra parroquia alcance la meta de $17,119.00 en efectivo que nos hemos fijado,
el 100% de los fondos adicionales que recabemos regresará a nuestra parroquia para ayudarnos a financiar nuestras necesidades.
Si usted recibió por correo la forma para realizar su promesa de donativo, por favor llénela y envíela de regreso o tráigala a
misa el siguiente fin de semana. Para aquellos que no recibieron esta información por correo o no han tenido tiempo de
contestarla, hemos diseñado un proceso de promesa de donativos en las bancas que se llevará a cabo en todas las misas del
siguiente fin de semana.
Gracias por su fervorosa consideración a esta campaña y por su generosa respuesta.
AgeOptions for Seniors
Our Lady of Mt Carmel hosts a senior meal program provided by AgeOptions each weekdays at 12 noon. Seniors
participate in social activities & an exciting line up of
informational presentations throughout the year. To attend seniors are required to be at least 60yrs old & have a
good appetite. If you or someone you know qualifies for
the program & is interested in participating register by
calling 708-345-3632, email [email protected],
or come to Casa Esperanza Community Center & ask to
speak to Elizabeth. You can also simply join us in Carmel Hall for a meal. Casa Esperanza Community center
is located on the corner of 23rd Ave & Cortez. Carmel
Hall is located at 1100 N 22nd (school basement).
Carmelite Spiritual Center Retreats
The following retreats are offered at the Carmelite Spiritual Center in Darien, IL. Call Darlene at 630-969-4141
or visit carmelitespiritualcenter.org for more info.
Relationships! Our Deepest Joy & Our Greatest Pain
Feb 15, 9:30am-2:30pm: Dr Aylward Gerry will lead us
through Wisdom traditions that teach us that our relationships are our greatest leaders & help us take relationships
to a deeper & more intimate place.
Ash Wednesday: Through the Eyes of Mary
Feb 22, 9:30am-1:30pm: Join Sr Jane Schlosser, RSM as
we begin the Season of Lent & Journey with the Mother
of Jesus & other faithful women who walked with Christ
during his moments of teaching, healing & suffering.
INFORMACION PARROQUIAL
ADORACION EUCARISTICA: El primer Viernes de cada mes de 12:00 PM a 7pm. Exposición a las 12 del medio día; Adoración hasta las 7
PM y Bendición a las 7 PM.
BAUTISMOS: Todos los arreglos para bautismos en inglés DEBEN hacerse en la rectoría de antemano. Todos los arreglos para bautismos
en español DEBEN hacerse con el diácono Norberto Ojeda en la plática de bautismo o después de misa de 12:30pm los domingos. Todos los
padres y Padrinos deben ser creyentes y Católicos cristianos practicantes para que así inculquen a sus niños la fe católica. Aunque el
requisito mínimo es que por lo menos un padre de familia y un/a padrino/madrina DEBE de ser practicante católico cristiano(a). Los
Bautismos en inglés son a las 2:30pm el 1er & 4to Domingo del mes. La Preparación “requerida” para padres & padrinos el 4to lunes de
cada mes a las 7 PM en la rectoría. Los Bautismos en español son a la 1:00pm el 2do sábado de cada mes, o después de misa de 12:30pm
el 2do domingo de cada mes. La preparación “requerida” para padres y padrinos es el 1er lunes de cada mes a las 7:00pm, en la rectoría.
MATRIMONIOS: Arreglos para la boda deben hacerse en la rectoría con un sacerdote o diácono por lo menos cuatro meses con anticipación.
Normalmente se hacen matrimonios para feligreses aunque se pueden considerar situaciones especiales. Les recomendamos un matrimonio
con Misa a católicos practicantes. Recomendamos el rito matrimonial para católicos no practicantes o parejas mixtas de otras religiones. Las
dos formas son matrimonios validos. El sacerdote es necesario para el matrimonio con misa.
QUINCEANERA: Para tener una Misa, la candidata DEBE de haber sido confirmada & haber recibido la 1ra Comunión. Las demás, solo
tendrán un servicio de oración & Bendición. Todas las quinceañeras deben ser bautizadas católicas cristianas. Arreglos deben hacerse en la
rectoría con un sacerdote o diácono, mínimo con dos meses de anticipación.
FUNERALES: Arreglos pueden hacerse con la oficina parroquial a través del director de la funeraria. Tenemos un libro con las lecturas para
funerales para las familias que quieran mirarlas. Un sacerdote o diácono presidirá el funeral.
LLAMADAS POR ENFERMEDAD: Si alguien necesita ser Ungido, favor de llamarnos a la rectoría cuando la persona esté enferma de
seriedad. ¡No esperes hasta que sea demasiado tarde! Si alguien en nuestra área desea que se le lleve la Santa Comunión, llámenos a la
rectoría, un ministro de enfermos será el encargado.
NUEVOS FELIGRESES: ¡Bienvenidos al Sagrado Corazón! favor de inscribirse en la oficina en la rectoría para que podamos realmente
contar con usted y viceversa.
CANBIO DE DIRECCION: Si dejas nuestra parroquia o te mueves a otra dirección, notifícanos tan pronto como puedas a la rectoría.
ALAZENA DE COMIDA PARROQUIAL: Se abre el sábado de 10am-12 del medio día. Si necesita comida llámenos a la rectoría no después
del jueves para prepararte tu comida de antemano. * Los miembros de las organizaciones parroquiales están enlistados en la página # 2.
Hagaze Ciudadana/o! El siguente taller de ciudadania es Sabado, 18 de febrero en Melrose Park! Todos nuestros servicios son gratuitos. Le proveemos asistencia legal, ayuda con la aplicacion, y le referimos a clases dfe ciudadania gratuitas. Usted podra ser elegible para un perdon de pago. Para mas detalles, llame a Carla Argueta de PASO-Proyecto de
Gracias a Dios…
Recientemente alguien colocó un plástico en la sacristía de los acólitos y se inició un fuego.
No sabemos si fue algún descuido o alguien lo hizo de adrede. ¡Espero que solo haya sido un
descuido! De cualquier forma el fuego consumió un galón de plástico y creó mucho humo.
Gracias a Dios no alcanzó a quemar los demás artículos en su proximidad. Pudo haber sido un
gran desastre.
Les pido a todos que me ayuden a cuidar la iglesia estando alerta para evitar cualquier desastre.
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Hablando de fuego, no vamos a quemar palmas este año antes del miércoles de ceniza. Tenemos suficientes del año
pasado y nos alcanzarán para muchos más. Ustedes pueden guardar sus palmas para el futuro, o quemarlas con el
debido respeto o cortarlas y depositarlas en la tierra.
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Hablando de la cuaresma, el comité de liturgia ha escogido el tema y el símbolo. No se los voy a compartir ahora porque
es muy pronto. Tan pronto lleguemos a la cuaresma les dejaremos saber.
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La mayoría de la gente relacionada con la escuela sabe, aunque la mayoría de los feligreses no, que tenemos una gotera
en la pipa del valentón, hacia la oficina y el baño y en el baño del kinder en el edificio sobre la 15 avenida. La gotera
entra a la tierra y al drenaje que pasa por debajo de salón de los transformadores cerca de la puerta donde esta el Boyer.
Hemos estado tomando fotos para localizar el lugar exacto del goteo en las pipas. Espero que para el verano ya
tengamos un plan para repararlo. Les pido que nos mantengan en sus oraciones y que nos ayuden a través de su
corresponsabilidad financiera. ¡Parece que siempre hay algo que se rompe! Para mantener el salón del kinder suficiente
caliente hemos instalado un valentón eléctrico hasta el verano.
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Creo que estamos adaptándonos muy bien al nuevo misal romano. Debo confesarles que algunas de las palabras en la
estructura gramatical de inglés son difícil de pronunciar mientras que otras frases han mejorado. Ahora, no se cual sea su
opinión al respecto, sin embargo esto es lo que la iglesia nos ha pedido. Continuemos aprendiendo por otros años y so
nos olvidará que teníamos otra forma de decir lo mismo.
El Señor este Con ustedes y con tu??
Padre Friedl
P.S. nuestro agradecimiento a todos los que participaron en la celebración del domingo para las escuelas católicas. Fue
un excelente día. Que el Señor bendiga nuestros esfuerzos.
Frank Barcal, Maribel Bermudez, Mary
Caliendo, Julie D’Augustino, Jean Ganske,
Corinne James, Alec Kubica, Gladys Kudej,
Michael Karalis, Jr., Ronald Laino, Jean Marella, Sinoe Mendoza, Vern Meyerhofer, Josephine Principe, Adele Rogalski, Diane Rohan, Jenny
Sudau, Agatha Scanio, John Zinkel…..
AND ALL OF OUR HOMEBOUND PARISHIONERS.
Heavenly Father, Look upon our brothers and sisters who are ill. In
the Midst of illness and pain, may they be united with Christ, who
heals both body and soul; may they know the consolation promised to those who suffer and be fully restored to health. We ask
this in the name of Jesus the Lord.
If you or one of your loved ones wish to be included on or taken
off the sick list, please call the Rectory at 344-0757 before the
first of each month.
Walter E. Cahill
Please join Fr. Meyr for Bible Study, every
Tuesday from 4-5pm in the Rectory Meeting
Room. No registration is necessary, just come
to Bible Study on Tuesdays, for an enlightening discussion of scripture.
Sacred Heart Parish
Vehicle Donation
Program
Donate Me to
Sacred Heart!
Simply by donating that new, used or
even non-driveable vehicle to Sacred
Heart; you can get a tax break, easily
dispose of a vehicle, help our financial struggling Catholic
School keep its doors open, & aid Sacred Heart in its mission to educate children in the Catholic Faith. Please call
Joe at the Rectory for more info.
CHURCH ETIQUETTE:
The priest should be the last in and the first out of church.
Please TURN OFF cell phones and beepers before entering the Church for Mass or any other Liturgical service.
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 5 5th Sunday in Ordinary Time
SAT 5:00pm +Frank Angiulo
by Family
7:30+Leo & Ida Militello &
Fr. Cosmo Militello by Joe & Anna Marie Militello
-Chad Dorwart-For Healing
by Mom & Dad
9:00 +Dorothy Barnish
by Randy Cerqua
-Vern Meyerhofer-For Healing
by Family
1:00 +Susan & Thomas DelRegno by Nina DelRegno
+Raffaele Ruggiero
by Family
12:30pm(Spanish) -Misa para el Pueblo
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 6 St. Paul Miki & Coompanions
8:00 +Genevieve Mackowiak
by Mary Ann Tyl
-Anthony Spizzinaco-For Healing
by Janice
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 7
8:00 +Arnold Chesna
by Agnes Malela
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 8
8:00 +Maureen McGarr
by Jeanne Flyke
+Dorothy Barnish
by Lucy Mahnke
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9
8:00 +Judge Frank McGarr by Kevin Lund Family
+Anne M. Caprini
by Family
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10
St. Scholastica
8:00 +Marie Grunt
by Mark & Claire Batherson
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 11
8:00 +Edwin Boik
by Richter Family
+Anna Meyerhofer
by Jan & Nila
5:00 +Edward Castellan, Sr.
by Sue Palisi
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 12 6th Sunday in Ordinary Time
7:30 +Bernard Tyl
by Mary Ann Tyl
-Chad Dorwart-For Healing
by Mom & Dad
9:00 +Dorothy Barnish
by Ray & Lois Behrendt
11:00 +Robert Enlow
by Daughter & Family
+Peter Impastato
by Uteritz Family
12:30pm(Spanish) -Misa para el Pueblo
CELEBRANT/LITURGICAL MINISTER SCHEDULE for Saturday/Sunday, February 11/12, 2012
5:00 pm
7:30 am
9:00 am
11:00 am
12:30 pm
Celebrant
Fr. Erwin Friedl
Fr. Erwin Friedl
Fr. Benedict Ezeoke Fr. Herbert Meyr
Grace Marella
Sue Zupinski
Tom O’Brien
Kim Graaff
Kristin Trusco
Peter Marella - W
Patti Carlini - W
Mike Carlini - H
Maria Galvin - H
Rod Weal - W
Sister Jan - W
Lois Behrendt - W
Don Juan - W
Pat Esposito - H
Beatriz Ramirez - H
Debbie Szeszko - W Adelita
Fabrizia Felella - W Antonia
Debra Barnish - H
Juanita
Mary E. Krezel - H
Gianna Colella
Antonio Colella
Alyana Rodriguez
Isabella Rodriguez
Florina Carrillo
Ariana Nava
n/a
Fr. Bruce Wellems
Lupita R. - L
Lucila F. - L
Joel M. - S
Omar - M
Giovanni Rodriguez
Kassandra Alvarado
CHURCH NAME AND ADDRESS
Sacred Heart Parish #512149
819 N. 16th Avenue
Melrose Park, IL 60160
TELEPHONE
708 344-0757
CONTACT PERSON
Joe Augelli
SOFTWARE
MSPublisher 2003
Adobe Acrobat 7.0
Windows XP Professional
PRINTER
Lexmark E234
SUNDAY DATE OF PUBLICATION
February 5, 2012
NUMBER OF PAGES SENT
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