Today is Fall Fest Sunday!

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Today is Fall Fest Sunday!
St. Pius X Catholic Community
SEPTEMBER 30, 2012
TWENTY-SIXTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
Fall Fest 2012
Today is
Fall Fest Sunday!
Polka Mass 10:30 am
Food, Fun, & Prizes
12 pm to 4 pm
Pig Roast, Raffle, Games, and
lots of family Fun!
1025 E. Madison Street ™ Lombard, IL 60148 ™ 630-627-4526 ™ www.stpiuslombard.org
WELCOME TO
ST. PIUS X CATHOLIC COMMUNITY
1025 E. MADISON STREET ■ LOMBARD, IL 60148
[email protected]
www.stpiuslombard.org
DIOCESE OF JOLIET
SERVED BY THE CONGREGATION OF THE RESURRECTION
MISSION STATEMENT
We the people of St. Pius X Church, a faith community in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Joliet,
Illinois, accept the challenge to restore all things in Christ through the use of our gifts and ministry. Guided by
the Father, nourished by the Eucharist, and inspired by the Holy Spirit we embrace all through our
commitment to worship, education, service, and stewardship.
LEMA DE NUESTRA MISIÓN
Nosotros las personas de la Iglesia de San Pío X, una comunidad de fe Católica de la Diócesis de Joliet,
Illinois, aceptamos los desafíos de restaurar todas las cosas en Cristo, por medio de nuestros talentos y
ministerios. Guiados por el Padre, nutridos por la Eucaristía, e inspirados por el Espíritu Santo; unidos y
comprometidos todos nosotros por medio de nuestros dones, educación y servicio.
Pastor:
Father George Zieba, CR
Business Manager: John Matyasik
Administrative Assistant: Donna Cooper
Deacons:
John Chan, Ron Knecht,
Larry Lissak, Tom Rachubinski
Parish Secretary: Pam Matyasik
Maintenance Director: Sallie McGinn
Hispanic Ministry Pastoral Assistant:
Fr. Fernando Cuevas, CS
Pastoral Care: Sr. Pauline Schutz, OSF
Parish Office: 630-627-4526
Fax: 630-495-5926
School Principal: Daniel Flaherty
Faith Formation: 630-627-1551
Youth Ministry - Director: Gina Wiedman
Faith Formation - Director: Dee Sulla
School: 630-627-2353
Fax: 630-627-1810
Music Ministry - Director: Ryan Rump
Hispanic Ministry - Coordinator / Secretary:
Laura Mora
Convent
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630-627-5810
IMPORTANT TO KNOW
PARISH OFFICE HOURS
Monday through Thursday
9:00 AM—12:30 PM; 1:00 PM—4:00 PM
Friday: 9:00 AM—12:00 PM; 12:30—3:00 PM
MASSES
Saturday: 5:00 PM Anticipation of Sunday
Misa en Español: Sábado 7 PM
Sunday: 7:30 AM, 9:30 AM, and 11:30 AM
Mass interpreted in sign language:5 PM Sat.
Holy Days: see previous Sunday Bulletin
Weekdays: 8:30 AM Monday through Friday
Saturday: 8:30 AM First Saturday of each month
NEW PARISHIONERS
Welcome! You are invited to come to or call the Parish
Office to register. Forms are also available on the website.
MINISTRIES AND ORGANIZATIONS
If you are interested in one of our many ministries or wish
to volunteer time or talent, please contact the Parish
Office or see our website for more details.
SACRAMENT OF RECONCILIATION
Saturday: 3:30 to 4:30 PM or by appointment.
SACRAMENT OF BAPTISM
The Sacrament of Baptism is celebrated on the first and
third Sundays at the 11:30 AM Mass. No Baptisms are
celebrated during Lent. Parent preparation is required.
The parent meeting for Baptism is generally on the first
Monday of the month at 7:00 PM. Please call the Parish
Office for more information
(630-627-4526).
SACRAMENT OF MARRIAGE
Please call the Parish Office at least 6 months before
your desired wedding date, to check availability.
PRAYER INTENTIONS
If you have a prayer intention that you would like the
parish to pray for, write it in the Book of Prayer in
Church.
BULLETIN ARTICLES
Due ten days prior to bulletin date. Attach Word file and
email to [email protected] Please put a
contact name and phone number on each article indicating
the date(s) you would like the article to run. Every effort
will be made to see that your request is granted.
As a general rule, we encourage using “bulletin space”
instead of a separate insert whenever possible—–this saves the
cost of printing. The following guidelines should be observed
if an insert is necessary:A proposed insert must be submitted
for approval prior to bulletin insertion weekend. Approved
inserts must be delivered by Thursday to the Parish Office.
FUNERALS
Arrangements should be made at the Parish Office
before publication in the newspaper.
Pregnant? Confused? Need Help? Please call
Woman’s Choice Services at 630-261-9221.
R.E.T.U.R.N. Ministry (Post Abortion Reconciliation)
815-838-7171
SICK CALLS
Homebound because of sickness or age, please call the
Parish Office (630-627-4526) to arrange a visit with a
Minister of Care or a priest.
SACRAMENT OF ANOINTING OF THE SICK
Please call the Parish Office for arrangements.
Because of HIPAA Privacy regulations, hospitals can no
longer contact the parish without family consent. If you
are hospitalized and would like a priest or minister to
visit or have your name added to the Prayers of the
Faithful, your family should notify the Parish Office.
INFORMATION ABOUT
OUR CATHOLIC FAITH
For questions and instruction in the faith or to become a
part of the RCIA process (Rite of Christian Initiation of
Adults), call the Parish Office.
Vocations to the Priesthood and Religious Life:
www.vocations.com or call 815-834-4004.
Support Serra Vocations at the monthly Vocation Mass
and dinner at St. Petronille Parish in Glen Ellyn.
Please call 630-932-8098 for information.
Reporting Sexual Abuse: Anyone who has reasonable
cause to suspect the sexual abuse of a minor by a member
of the clergy or other Church personnel is urged to report
the matter immediately. To inform the Diocese of Joliet,
call Mrs. Judith Speckman (Victim Assistance
Coordinator) at 815-263-6467 or write the Diocese of
Joliet, 425 Summit Street, Joliet 60435. Contact DCFS at
1-800-252-2873 or call the local County States Attorney.
FREE ministry to traveling Catholics.
For nationwide Mass times and locations:
www.Masstimes.org. or parishesonline.com
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LITURGICAL NEWS
Ministry Schedule — October 6/7
Liturgical Calendar
E/M: C. & K. Grafton, M. LoCoco, P. Mancione,
D. Trapp, S. Trefilek
Saturday Lectors: J. Dowling, L. Kunzer
5:00 pm A/S: A. Sousa, K. Trapp, L. & R. Wiedman
G: C. Devito, F. Krawczyk
Monday
October 1-Saint Therese of the Child Jesus
Jb 1:6-22; Ps 17:1bcd-3, 6-7; Lk 9:46-50
8:30 am
gBessie Mangiantini by Niccolai Family
gRalph LoCoco by family
Tuesday
October 2-The Holy Guardian Angels
Jb 3:1-3, 11-17, 20-23; Ps 91:1-6, 10-11; Mt 18:1-5, 10
8:30 am
gHarry & Helen Nolte by Tom Nolte Family
Acolitos: Heydi, L. Soto, V. Soto, B. Cruz
Ministros: L. & J. Tolentino, H. & B. Torres,
Saturday F. Diaz
7:00 pm Hospitalidad: M. Vergara, G. Ruiz, M. Lagunas,
Español R. Segura
Lectores: L. Serna, I. Rodriguez
Wednesday October 3-Weekday
Jb 9:1-12, 14-16; Ps 88:10bc-15; Lk 9:57-62
8:30 am
gEileen Galvin by family
(School Participating)
Thursday October 4-Saint Francis of Assisi
Jb 19:21-27; Ps 27:7-9abc, 13-14; Lk 10:1-12
8:30 am
gFrank Guertin by family
gRon Bowes by Harold & Pat Streicher
Sunday
7:30 am
Friday
October 5-Weekday
Jb 38:1, 12-21; 40:3-5; Ps 139:1-3, 7-10, 13-14ab; Lk 10:13-16
8:30 am
gGuissepe Ciaccio by Tom & Chris Blaszak
Saturday October 6-Weekday
Jb 42:1-3, 5-6, 12-17; Ps 119:66, 71, 75, 91, 125, 130;
Lk 10:17-24
8:30 am
Special Intentions-Elizabeth Fleming’s 90th
Birthday by Ken & Gail Smith
10:00 am
Blessing of the animals
(Outside on Madison Side/St. Francis Garden)
2:00 pm
Wedding (Kopec/Coyne)
3:30-4:30 pm Reconciliation
Sunday
9:30 am
E/M: F. & J. Enda, T. Lanigan, L. Newman,
B. Thomas, L. Thurman
Lectors: G. Wolf, C. Monckton
A/S: T. Georgitsis, H. Konrath, S. Williams,
A. Wolf
G: P. & M. Knoll, R. Hakes
E/M: B. & D. Conlin, J. Gosmire, B. Sutton,
L. & P. Warda
Lectors: C. Weiland, J. Lissak
A/S: G. & J. Guthrie, R. & D. Trimarco
G: T. Brossard, K. Litos
E/M: K. Hogan, P. Kohler, B. Kramer, J. Meyer,
R. Pitello, N. Rigor
Sunday Lectors: L. Meyer, K. Gandt
11:30 am A/S: E. Castaneda, M. Hassler, J. & L. Matasek
G: A. Angst, C. Earl
Vigil—Twenty-seventh Sunday in Ordinary Time
5:00 pm
Deceased members of Tirio Family by
Lamplot Family
gBailey Lynch by Lynch & Payne Families
(Expectant Mothers’ Blessing)
7:00 pm
Misa en español
Daily Mass Altar Server Schedule—8:30 am
Thursday, October 4
M. Hassler, J. & L. Matasek
Friday, October 5
E. Ciaccio, A. Sanchez, C. Yarusso
Saturday, October 6
E. Crotty, J. Schneider, A. Treado
Sunday
October 7
Gn 2:18-24; Ps 128:1-6; Heb 2:9-11; Mk 10:2-16
7:30 am
gHelen Guzik by Reschak Family
9:30 am
CCW Members, living and deceased
(Expectant Mothers’ Blessing)
11:30 am
gLarry Piet by family
gJohn Roche by family
( Baptisms celebrated during Mass: Allison Rawls,
Ariadne & Ashley Castillo Galicia, and Sophia Fernandez)
St. Pius X Prayer Chapel
The Prayer Chapel is open Sunday through Friday
evenings, 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. Please come and
adore Him. Use Door #8 on east side of church
building.
the following parishioners
and friends who are ill:
Jo Ann Sulla
McKenna Tyszkiewicz
Antoinette Pignatoro
Linda Sloan
Betty McCarthy
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Eileen Blaney
Kevin Blaney
John Johnson
George McAloon
Irene Halicka
Revelation: The Kingdom Yet to Come
Week of Sept. 30: Session 3 – Revelation 4-5: Creation and Redemption
Readings: Revelation 4-5
In Revelation 4:1, we are shown a door opening into heaven itself. What we
discover when we peer inside the open door is the heart of the book of Revelation –
the throne room vision. Chapters 4-5 reveal to us God the Father and Jesus his son,
the end and beatitude of the human person. These represent not only the “end” of
the journey, but also the “source” of all that is to come later in the book. From the
heavenly throne come the judgment of the wicked and the joy of the redeemed, the horseman of the Apocalypse and the white horse
of the King of Kings, who come to defeat God’s enemies. All things radiate and flow from this central core, revealing the
sovereignty of God over all creation and human history, the throne of him to whom this world really belongs.
The prophet Ezekiel is referred to over one hundred times in Revelation. This lesson will help us discover the important connections
with Ezekiel, Isaiah and other Old Testament prophets throughout the book.
Finally, Revelation 4 and 5 present two distinct liturgies to the reader. Chapter 4 is a celebration of the liturgy of creation, while
Chapter 5 reveals a liturgy of redemption. Both visions follow a similar pattern containing an important revelation of its own: all the
glory, worship and honor given to God the Father in Revelation 4 is given to his Son, Jesus, the Lamb in Revelation 5. The
“Inaugural Vision” showed us that Jesus is the “first and the last.” Chapter 5 teaches us that he is fully God.
Please be sure to check the location of your group on a weekly basis so you know where you are meeting. Also remember to arrive
at least ten minutes prior to your session start time so that sessions may start on time. If you have any questions about the study, call
Kelly Reznicek at 630-629-5954 or e-mail [email protected]
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PARISH NEWS
Our Stewardship of Sharing
Weekly Financial Report
Weekly Contributions ~ Through September 26
First Weekend Offering (9/2/12)
$10,685
First Week E-Share (electronic giving)
10,868
Second Weekend Offering (9/9/12)
10,903
Second Week E-Share
1,609
Third Weekend Offering (9/16/12)
13,173
Third Week E-Share
2,453
Fourth Weekend Offering (9/23/12)
9,341
Fourth Week E-Share
1,438
Income to date for September 2012
$60,470
Budgeted Income for September
$59,385
Over (Under) Budget as of 9/26/12
1,085
Fiscal Year-to-Date
July 1, 2012 through June 30, 2013
Revenue
188,460 thru September 26
Budget
193,000 thru September 30
Deficit
(4,540)
Prayerfully consider giving a gift to St. Pius X in
your Estate Planning or Planned Giving.
Twenty-sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time
To lead others to Christ does not mean that you need to be quoting Scripture all the time or
acting pious in front of others. What Jesus wants us to do is to live his teachings in the
actions of our lives, by living in a Christ-like way, which has a positive influence on others.
Thank you for your continued support of our ministries to the people of God.
V.I.P. Seniors
Youth Ministry Service Project
Break Out the Rake — October 20
Our Youth Ministry is looking for YOU! We are currently
forming teams of teens & their families to help serve the
senior citizens of our parish and our neighborhood! We
need both junior high (grades 6-8) as well as high school
teens on board for this AWESOME service project.
The date:
Saturday, October 20
The time:
9:00am – 11:30am
Sign up deadline for teens &
their families is Saturday,
October 6th!
Bring your rakes, bring your
gloves, bring your Spirit to
serve Christ and others!!
To sign up for this event and
for more information, contact
Youth Minister Gina Wiedman at 630-627-4526x204 or at
[email protected], or on Facebook at JC2
– St. Pius X Youth Minsitry.
Deicke Home Ministers
All who are currently ministering and anyone who might be
interested are asked to come to a meeting on Saturday,
October 13. We will meet at the convent at 9:30 am.
Come Join Us!!
OCTOBER NOTICE — SPECIAL DAY!!!
In true October Fest tradition, we
will celebrate the German way.
We will meet in the Wagner Room
on Tuesday, October 9 at
11:30 am.
Please RSVP to
Sr. Pauline at 630-627-5810 by
October 3rd. Thank you.
Expectant and Adoptive Mother Blessing
During the 5:00 pm Mass on October 6 and 9:30 am Mass
on October 7,
Father George will be inviting all expectant and adoptive
mothers forward to receive a special blessing.
Contact Stacey Fox at 708-921-0050 or
[email protected] with any
questions and/or to let us know which Mass you will be
attending.
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The Benefits of Hospice . . .
“Making Every Day Count!”
This Week’s Calendar of Events
Monday-October 1
Baptismal Class
7:00 pm
O’Neill Room
Tuesday-October 2
Benefits of Hospice
7:00 pm
Wagner Room
Liturgy Meeting
7:00 pm
Parish Office
Cub Scout Leaders
7:00 pm
Art Room
Boy Scouts
7:00 pm
Social Center
Wednesday-October 3
All School Mass
8:30 am
Church
Webelo Den
6:30 pm
Wagner Room
Christian Life Commission
7:00 pm
O’Neill Room
Confirmation Kick Off
7:00 pm
Church
Rosary/Prayer/Benediction
8:00 pm
Prayer Chapel
Thursday-October 4
Market Day Pick Up
10:00 am
Social Center
Den 2
6:30 pm
Shimanek Hall
Elizabeth Ministry
7:00 pm
O’Neill Room
Knights of Columbus
7:00 pm
Wagner Room
Fellowship Weekend — October 6 and 7
Refreshments provided by SPRED and Parish Pastoral Council
St. Vincent de Paul collection Truck and Electronics
Truck
Youth Ministry Coffee Sale
Expectant Mothers’ Blessing at 5 pm and 9:30 am Masses
The Trucks are Coming!!
Before and After all the Masses
the weekend of October 6 and 7.
The Fall Collection of items for
St. Vincent de Paul will take
place in the parking area behind
the Social Center.
The Environmental
Awareness Committee will also
be on hand with a Unitec
Recycling truck to accept
electronic items for reuse or recycling.
Everyone is invited to attend a free presentation:
Patient Dignity / Pain Management
Caring Team Support/Nurse, Nurses Aid, Social Worker, Chaplain
Grief Support/ Individual and Family Counseling
Learning about Hospice can empower you to make informed
decisions when faced with complex health-care issues.
Tuesday, October 2, 2012 in the Wagner Room
7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Presented by:
Please RSVP Barb Keane at [email protected] or call
630-627-9606
P.A.D.S. (Public Action to Deliver Shelter)
Are you looking for a great way to serve
others as Christ did?
St. Pius X is committed through P.A.D.S.
(www.dupagepads.org) to provide and serve dinner for
the homeless on the Fourth Friday of each month from
October through April at Grace Lutheran Church in
Villa Park. Breakfast is provided the following Saturday
morning.
3 to 4 Families Provide & Serve Friday Dinner
1 to 2 Families Provide & Serve Saturday Breakfast
Contact Deacon Larry at 630-629-9234
+++ Great Opportunity for Confirmation or
Service Hours +++
Thank You Corner
Catholic Charities thanks St. Pius’
parishioners for their generosity during
Catholic Charities Month in August.
In September, we received $2,218.88 in
support of our programs helping the
vulnerable and needy in our
communities. This gift will allow us to
move many families with children closer
to self-sufficiency.
Monthly Meeting Notes
The Parish Pastoral Council conducted its monthly meeting on
August 28th. The Council has been diligently working on the
Constitution of the Parish Pastoral Council and the By-Laws for
St. Pius X Catholic Community over the past few months. The
Thank you again and Fr. George from the
final draft will be submitted to the Council at our next meeting
bottom of our hearts. If you would like
for review. We have begun the work necessary to prepare for
to know more about Catholic Charities’ programs and
the upcoming Assembly Days “Vision of Hope” to be held on
services, please do not hesitate to contact Rosemary
Saturdays, October 27th and November 10th from
Deardurff at 630-495-8008 x 2115 or go onto our website at
9:00 am – 12 noon. We hope that many will participate in this
www.catholiccharitiesjoliet.org.
opportunity to discern and vote on short term and long term
goals and objectives for our parish. These determined goals
St. Pius X Council of Catholic Women thanks everyone who
and objectives will formulate our parish plan and mission
assisted with our bake sale. Whether you baked, bought, or
statement. The Parish Pastoral Council meets the 4th Tuesday
donated, we thank you very much. We could not have done it
of each month at 7:00pm in the Parish Office. The meetings are
without your support!
open to all parishioners. Look for “monthly meeting notes” in
upcoming Bulletins.
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MINISTERIO HISPANO
Misa en Español
Sacerdote
Coordinadora de Ministerio Hispano
Coordinador Educación Religiosa
Dios, basado en la justicia y la paz. Este deseo no es algo
exclusivo del cristianismo. Jesús pronuncia su sentencia contra
todo tipo de partidismo. Contra la intolerancia que sólo permite el
reconocimiento a aquellos que se inscriben oficialmente en la
Iglesia, Jesús afirma que la autoridad debe caracterizarse por una
amplitud de espíritu, por un saber estar por encima de las
ideologías de grupo; debe estar abierta a todos los hombres que
defienden una causa justa, aunque no sean cristianos; excluye la
cerrazón ortodoxa, el sectarismo, la retirada al ghetto, la mirada
introvertida... También en nuestros días hay muchos hombres que
exorcizan el mal y la injusticia de nuestra sociedad y, con todo,
no son expresamente cristianos, éstos son de los nuestros aunque
no sean "de los nuestros", pues es claro que no están contra
nosotros. Son, en cierto modo, “cristianos anónimos”.
Colaboremos “todos a una” en la construcción del Reino.
Unamos fuerzas y el objetivo se conseguirá más pronto y mejor.
Sábado 7:00 pm
Fernando Cuevas
Laura Mora
Abraham Rodríguez
Bautizos
1er. Y 3er. Sábado del mes
Matrimonios, Visita a los enfermos, Quinceañeras
e Intenciones de misa
Favor de hablar a la Rectoría para mas información
Horario de Oficina
Miércoles
Jueves
Teléfono
Email
9:00 am—1:00 pm
12:30 pm—4:00 p.m.
630-627-4526 X203
[email protected]
No escandalicemos con nuestro mal ejemplo o nuestra
intolerancia. Como en Mateo, también aquí se recoge una
palabra en favor de los "pequeños" que creen en Jesús. Poco
estimados, más ignorantes o débiles en la fe, jamás hay que
hacerles tropezar (escandalizar). Estos pequeños pueden ser en la
comunidad los que necesiten ser ayudados con cariño y paciencia
TODOS A UNA POR UN MUNDO MEJOR para poder evolucionar sin desconcertar su fe. Pero también los
que sufren la tentación de abandonar la Iglesia por la lentitud de
No hay que impedir el anuncio de la Palabra de Dios. En el
ésta en renovarse. Todo el que se hace discípulo de Jesús y aún
Libro de los Números los celos de Josué anticipan la misma
no ha llegado a una fe adulta es "pequeñuelo". Y el que aparta de
actitud de los discípulos de Jesús en el evangelio de hoy frente al su camino a uno de estos pequeñuelos es un homicida, ya que les
exorcista que arrojaba demonios sin ser de su grupo. La respuesta impide llegar a la verdadera vida. "Escándalo" es la piedra que
nos hace tropezar, el impedimento que se encuentra en el camino.
de Moisés nos hace pensar de inmediato en la de Jesús a la
pregunta de Juan. La gran tentación de la autoridad religiosa ha
Por José María Martín OSA
sido siempre monopolizar el espíritu, pero el espíritu se comunica
a quien quiere y como quiere. Los que mandan no deberían estar
celosos, de que el pueblo profetice alguna vez; más bien debiera
tomar nota de lo que dice Pablo a los obispos: "No apaguéis el
Espíritu”. Dios habla también a través del pueblo y de los signos
de los tiempos, como decía el Vaticano II. Da la impresión de que
la Iglesia debería estar más atenta al sentir del pueblo de Dios.
No hay que impedir la construcción del Reino. Jesús había
enviado a sus discípulos a predicar el evangelio del Reino de
Dios por tierras de Galilea. Ahora, que ya han regresado, cuentan
a su Maestro lo que les ha sucedido en esta primera experiencia
misionera. Juan quiere hacerle una pregunta sobre el modo como
se habían comportado con un exorcista, a quien le habían
prohibido arrojar demonios en nombre de Jesús porque no era del
grupo. Aunque Jesús no reprueba abiertamente esta conducta,
pues sabe que no había en ello mala voluntad, aprovecha la
ocasión para enseñarles qué deben hacer en adelante en casos
parecidos. Aquí dice a sus discípulos: "El que no está contra
nosotros está a favor nuestro". Sin embargo, en el evangelio de
San Mateo encontramos la otra sentencia: "el que no está
conmigo, está contra mí”. Parece una contradicción. Hay que
tener en cuenta que esta segunda sentencia está en un contexto en
el que se habla de la batalla decisiva contra Satanás, el espíritu
del mal. Es claro que en este caso no cabe la neutralidad, pues se
trata de dos enemigos irreconciliables y de una guerra que a todos
nos concierne personalmente. También el exorcista que echa los
demonios en nombre de Jesús está con Jesús y contra Satanás,
aunque no sea oficialmente discípulo de Jesús. Está colaborando
a la construcción del Reino.
Muchas personas, aun sin tener fe, quieren construir un
mundo mejor. Jesús anuncia el establecimiento del reino de
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Fall Fest 2012
Support the People
That Support Us
We Thank and Recognize our Generous Sponsors and Supporters
Oak Brook Counseling & Wellness
1010 Jorie Blvd., Suite 112
Oak Brook, IL 60523
630-710-5729
Shamrock Garden Florist
901 E. St. Charles Rd.
Lombard, Il 60148
630-629-4412
Costello Jewelry Company
474 N. Main St.
Glen Ellyn, IL 60137
630-790-3272
Abt Appliances
1200 N. Milwaukee Ave.
Glenview, IL 60025
847-967-8830
Quick Impressions Group, Inc.
1385 Jeffery Blvd.
Addison, IL 60101
630-495-7845
Cheveux Salon & Day Spa
532 Pennsylvania Ave.
Glen Ellyn, IL 60137
630-858-8550
Dick Schroeder
Highway Commissioner
19W475 Roosevelt Rd.
Lombard, IL 60148
630-627-2200
Walter E. Smithe Furniture
1251 W. Thorndale Ave.
Itasca, IL 60143 (Home Office)
800-948-4263
Lombard Roller Rink
201 W. 22nd St.
Lombard, IL 60148
630-953-2400
Westin Lombard
70 Yorktown Center
Lombard, IL 60148
630-719-8000
Senator Kirk W. Dillard
One South Cass Ave. #201
Westmont, IL 60599
630-969-0990
Heritage Cadillac
303 W. Roosevelt Rd.
Lombard, Il 60148
630-629-3300
Knollcrest Funeral Home
1500 S. Meyers Rd.
Lombard, IL 60148
630-932-1500
Sandra Pihos
352 E. Roosevelt Rd. Bldg. 7, 106
Glen Ellyn, IL 60137
630-858-8855
Anyways Restaurant & Pub
5 E. Roosevelt Rd.
Oakbrook Terrace, IL 60181
630-932-9339
Zanies Comedy Nite Club
1548 N. Wells
Chicago, IL 60610
312-337-4027
Embassy Suites Lombard
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Blessing of Pets
Elizabeth Ministry Rosebud Program
Our Annual Pet Blessing will be on
Saturday, October 6 at 10:00 am.
This will take place at the St. Francis
of Assisi garden on the Madison
Street side of the Church.
All animals, large and small are
welcome.
CHILDREN’S CLOTHING & TOY RESALE
Looking for children’s clothes and toys
at reasonable prices? Christmas outfits,
Halloween costumes, winter jackets, or
outdoor toys? Need a stroller or other
baby accessories? St. Pius Fall/Winter
Children’s Clothing and Toy Resale is
the place to go! The public sale is Friday, October 5 from
6:30-9:00 pm (no children please) and Saturday, October 6 from
9 am - noon (children welcome). The sale is in the Social Center.
Quality items at affordable prices! Come on out…you don’t
know what bargains you might be missing!
A visual reminder of the precious blessing of new life
The Rosebud Program helps a church identify,
pray for, and support those who are pregnant,
celebrating birth or adoption, grieving
miscarriage, stillbirth, abortion, infant or child
death or wanting to become pregnant or adopt.
Through the Elizabeth Ministry Rosebud
Program, our community can visibly express
their enthusiasm about the new life in their
midst! Following the example of Elizabeth,
we need to express the blessing of pregnancy along with the
dignity and worth of the unborn child. We need to echo her
words and say to every woman: “Blessed are you among
women and blessed is the fruit of every womb!” The Elizabeth
Ministry Rosebud Program expresses these blessings.
Next weekend, Fr. George will introduce the Rosebud program
here at St. Pius X Parish. Appropriately, it will be placed at the
Shrine of Mary Immaculate Queen. Details and simple
instructions will follow in next week’s bulletin.
The St. Pius X Elizabeth Ministry is pleased to be able to offer
this program to you!
Did you ever notice how often the angels are referred to during Mass? We commonly meet them in the Confiteor ("I ask blessed
Mary, every virgin, all the angels and saints"), prefaces ("with angels and archangels and the whole company of heaven"), the
Roman Canon ("we pray that your angel may take this sacrifice"), and Eucharistic Prayer IV ("countless hosts of angels stand before
you to do your will"). Last week and this week angels abound as we celebrated Michael, Gabriel, and Raphael yesterday and will
honor the Guardian Angels on October 2.
September 29 was originally the feast day for Michael alone. Gabriel and Raphael joined him in the 1969 reform of the Church
calendar. The celebration of the Guardian Angels has been observed since the sixteenth century in Spain. Pope Clement X assigned
the feast to the first free day after St. Michael's in 1670, and there it has remained. Take some time this week to reflect on these,
God's messengers and our protectors, and maybe even celebrate with a little angel food cake!--James Field, Copyright (c) J. S. Paluch Co.
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