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parish news - St. Pius X Catholic Community
St. Pius X Catholic Community
OCTOBER 14, 2012
TWENTY-EIGHTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
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
School: 630-627-2353
Fax: 630-627-1810
Faith Formation - Director: Dee Sulla
Music Ministry - Director: Ryan Rump
Convent
Hispanic Ministry - Coordinator / Secretary:
Laura Mora
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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 20/21
Liturgical Calendar
Monday
October 15-Saint Teresa of Jesus
Gal 4:22-24, 26-27, 31 -- 5:1; Ps 113:1b-5a, 6-7; Lk 11:29-32
8:30 am
gWilliam Dolan by Clark Family
gGeri Smith by Connie Earl
E/M: K. Kustra, P. Mancione, C. Sutton,
D. Trapp, L. & P. Warda
Saturday Lectors: J. Dowling, C. D’Acquisto
5:00 pm A/S: R. Fagan, J. & L. Matasek, K. Trapp
G: I. Halicka, Sr. Pauline
Tuesday
October 16-Weekday
Gal 5:1-6; Ps 119:41, 43-45, 47-48; Lk 11:37-41
8:30 am
gThomas A Corbino, Sr. by family
Acolitos: Heydi, H. Cruz, A. Cruz, D. Morgan
Saturday Ministros: R. & L. Serna, H. & A. Chuy, F. Diaz
7:00 pm Hospitalidad: F. Garcia, D. Morales, M. Lagunas,
Español R. Segura
Lectores: Y. Morales, D. Morales
Wednesday October 17-Saint Ignatius of Antioch
Gal 5:18-25; Ps 1:1-4, 6; Lk 11:42-46
8:30 am
gRonald G. Bowes by Temborius Family
Thursday October 18-Saint Luke
2 Tm 4:10-17b; Ps 145:10-13, 17-18; Lk 10:1-9
8:30 am
gLaverne Boland by family
gEileen Galvin by family
October 19-Saints John de Brebeuf and
Isaac Jogues
Eph 1:11-14; Ps 33:1-2, 4-5, 12-13; Lk 12:1-7
8:30 am
God’s Blessings for Scarlato and Fornaro Families
(Grade School participating)
Sunday
7:30 am
E/M: L. Bajda, C. Gawenda, M. LoCoco,
C. Monckton, B. Sutton, S. Trefilek
Lectors: G. Wiedman, M. Reaves
A/S: K. Bjorklund, M. Guzik, L. & R. Wiedman
G: T. & C. Blaszak
Sunday
9:30 am
E/M: S. Cerone, J. Gosmire, P. Kohler,
M. Koykar, B. Kramer, D. May
Lectors: K. Reznicek, J. Reznicek
A/S: E. Castaneda, C. Chiaramonti, M. & P. Florey
G: B. & H. Grant
Friday
Saturday October 20-Weekday
Eph 1:15-23; Ps 8:2-7; Lk 12:8-12
2:00 pm
Wedding (Vicario/Carlson)
3:30-4:30 pm Reconciliation
E/M: B. & D. Conlin, C. & K. Grafton,
J. Meyer, M. Reznicek
Sunday Lectors: L. Meyer, B. Whalen
11:30 am A/S: E. Crotty, K. Reznicek, A. Sanchez,
J. Schneider
G: J. & R. Martinet
Vigil—Twenty-Ninth Sunday in Ordinary Time
5:00 pm
gJoseph Jablonsky by Dennis & Linda Gunia
gVincent Hayes by family
7:00 pm
Misa en español
Sunday
October 21
Is 53:10-11; Ps 33:4-5, 18-20, 22; Heb 4:14-16; Mk 10:35-45
7:30 am
gRalph LoCoco by Lofland Family
9:30 am
gSarah Miles by John & Lynnette Meyer
St. Pius X Parish Family
11:30 am
gFr. Joe Shimanek by Jan & Dave Crackel
Baptisms celebrated during Mass: L. Anderson,
Z. Feeley, E. Kluge
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.
World Missions Collection
ONE SUNDAY FOR THE WHOLE WORLD
Next Sunday, Pope Benedict XVI calls every Catholic in the
world to celebrate our vocation to be missionary. It’s World
Mission Sunday!
As Catholics around the world — here at home and in the
Missions — gather at the Eucharist around the table of the
Lord, we are to pray for the Church’s worldwide missionary
work. We pray for those awaiting the “Good News” of our
Lord’s great love for us and for the missionaries who offer the
poor and suffering the light of Christ. And
we are to offer financial help through the
Society for the Propagation of the Faith for
more than 1,150 dioceses in Asia, Africa,
Latin America and the Pacific Islands.
the following parishioners
and friends who are ill:
Jo Ann Sulla
McKenna Tyszkiewicz
Antoinette Pignatoro
Linda Sloan
Eileen Blaney
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Kevin Blaney
John Johnson
George McAloon
Irene Halicka
George O’Connor
Year of Faith: October 11, 2012—November 24, 2013
What Is the Year of Faith?
Meditation
Since beginning his ministry as Peter's successor, Pope Benedict XVI has often spoken of the need to
rediscover the journey of faith in order to rekindle the joy and renew the enthusiasm that encountering Christ
brings to life (see Benedict XVI, Door of Faith, 2).
October 11 marks the fiftieth anniversary of the opening of Vatican II and the twentieth anniversary of the
Catechism of the Catholic Church. From that day through the solemnity of Christ the King in November 2013,
Pope Benedict invites us to celebrate a "Year of Faith." This Year challenges us, disciples baptized into Christ
and his Church, to move beyond routine to relationship; to "re-image" our Catholic faith not as an intellectual
exercise, but as a personal encounter with Christ, an encounter that blossoms into a living friendship with Jesus
and a loving relationship with our neighbor. Important as official teachings are--and this year we should
rediscover these, too--the pope suggests that we begin this Year by looking at faith as a lifelong journey undertaken with a joy that
inevitably attracts others. As examples of a personal faith whose authenticity and enthusiasm have an impact on others,
Pope Benedict will canonize two saints with American significance on World Mission Sunday, October 21: Native American Kateri
Tekakwitha (1656-1680), whose short life was a journey of selfless love; and Mother Marianne Cope (1838-1918), whose love for
Christ led her from Germany to Hawaii, where she shared Father Damien's ministry to those afflicted with Hansen's disease.
Catechism Corner
“The whole concern of doctrine and its teaching must be directed to the love that never ends. Whether something is proposed for
belief, for hope, or for action, the love of our Lord must always be made accessible, so that anyone can see that all the works of
perfect Christian virtue spring from love and have no other objective than to arrive at love.” (CCC, n. 25)
Mission
Move the Creed that I profess each Sunday from my head to my heart, rekindling my enthusiasm for serving Christ in my neighbor
each day. --Peter Scagnelli, Copyright (c) J. S. Paluch Co.
Year of Faith Event:
November 3 — Day of Renewal — A multi-parish event hosted by St. Joseph Parish in Downers Grove: Called to Be Saints in
the Midst of the World. 8:15 am—3:30 pm. Mass will be celebrated by Bishop Joseph Siegel. Guests speakers: Rev. Jerome Kish,
Rev. Francis J. Hoffman, and Dr. Mary Amore. Advance registration $20/person or $35/couple. For more information, phone Joe
Marten at 331-332-5682 or go to www.dayofrenewal.us.
Revelation: The Kingdom Yet to Come
Week of Oct. 14: Session 5 – Revelation 8-11: The Seventh Seal Unleashes Seven Trumpets
Readings: Revelation 8-11
The strange silence that follows the moving vision of the heavenly host in Revelation 7 is
shattered by the blast of angelic trumpets in Revelation 8:7. The trumpet blast signals the
beginning of a chain of destructive disasters unleashed upon earth, sea and sky. As
overwhelming as they appear, even these events describe a limited judgment upon the earth. Remember that the
visions of John are not intended to present a linear timeline moving from chapters 1 through 22 nor do they represent three different
times God judges the Earth. We will see that the same judgment is described three times, each time increasing the scope of the
judgment until in Revelation 16 there is a complete and definitive judgment on sin and wickedness.
In this lesson, the seven seals of Revelation 6-7 are followed by a vision of seven trumpets, each of which unleashes judgment on the
Earth. Revelation 9 tells that these are a response to persistent rebellion and idolatry, their punishments measured by the refusal of
the people to repent of their sins. Even the holy city, Jerusalem, will be measured and found wanting, falling under the blast of the
seven trumpets. Chapters 10-11 draw our attention to the suffering servants. John is asked to swallow a scroll which reveals at the
same time the sweetness of God’s Word and the bitterness of his judgments on the wicked. John’s suffering for God’s people along
with the sufferings of two mysterious witnesses sent to Jerusalem, seems to produce the hoped-for fruit of the judgments: the people
give glory to God and the seventh trumpet sounds, ushering the kingdom of our Lord and Christ. Finally, we are carried from the
overwhelming scenes of disaster and back up to the heavenly throne room of God to witness the worship of the twenty four elders.
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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This Week’s Calendar of Events
Monday-October 15
Brownies 3039
Tuesday-October 16
Boy Scouts
Wednesday-October 17
Administration Meeting
Troop 140 Leaders
Council of Catholic Women
Rosary/Prayer/Benediction
Thursday-October 18
Finance Meeting
Knights of Columbus
Faith Formation Comm.
Friday-October 19
All School Mass
Brownies #43002
3:15 pm
Wagner Room
7:00 pm
Social Center
1:30 pm
7:00 pm
7:30 pm
8:00 pm
Parish Office
O’Neill Room
Wagner Room
Prayer Chapel
5:00 pm
7:00 pm
7:00 pm
Parish Office
Wagner Room
Parish Office
8:30 am
3:15 pm
Church
Wagner Room
Look who won the
Raffle Prizes!
Altar Servers – Extraordinary Ministers
Hospitality - Lectors
November & December 2012
We need to know your restrictions, vacations,
unavailable time, requested Masses, etc. No restriction
means you are available.
Send to [email protected]
Or call Dn Larry at 630-627-4526 ext 207.
Deadline: Monday, October 22, 2012
Fall Fest 2012
High Point World Resort, Kissimmee, Florida,
7 Day – 6 Night Accommodations ------------------------------------------------------------- Stacy Pollak
Weber Genesis Propane Grill ------------------------------------------------------------------- Joe Pisowicz
$300 Gift Certificate for Costello Jewelry Co.----------------------------------------------- Donna Cooper
$250 Gift Certificate for Walter E. Smithe --------------------------------------------------- Tom Braunshausen
4 Chicago Cub Tickets --------------------------------------------------------------------------- Betsy Chmelik
Cheveux Salon “Pamperer Plus” Package & Haircut/Style-------------------------------- Ralph E. Schackart
HP Digital Camcorder---------------------------------------------------------------------------- Marzullo
4 Chicago Bulls Tickets-------------------------------------------------------------------------- Lisa Essary
Westin Hotel Overnight Stay-------------------------------------------------------------------- Kevin Rigney
Embassy Suites Overnight Stay ---------------------------------------------------------------- Pete Noto
4 Chicago Blackhawk Tickets ------------------------------------------------------------------ Mary Wallace
Frigidaire Stainless Steel Countertop Microwave ------------------------------------------- Mary Wallace
$200 Visa Gift Card ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Jacqueline Adam
6 Zickets for Zanies Comedy Club------------------------------------------------------------- Ron Olbrysh
$100 Anyway’s Restaurant & Pub ------------------------------------------------------------- Michelle LoCoco
$50 Weber Grill Restaurant Gift Card--------------------------------------------------------- M. Oczkowski
Nikon Coolpix Camera, Frame, Roller Rink Package -------------------------------------- Julianne Stoltman
“Bouquet a Month for 6 Months, Shamrock Gardens -------------------------------------- Lagunas Family
“Bouquet a Month for 6 Months, Shamrock Gardens -------------------------------------- Mary Noto
Handmade Multi-colored Quilt – Burgundy ------------------------------------------------- Teresa Aguirre
Handmade Multi-colored Quilt - Lime Green------------------------------------------------ Giovenco
$100 Abt Appliance Gift Card ------------------------------------------------------------------ Jan Morgando
$100 Gift Certificate “Domo 77”--------------------------------------------------------------- Jacqueline Adam
Party Lite “Gone Fishin” Display House w/$25 Rose Bud Gift Card ------------------- Michelle LoCoco
“Season Ticket” Sports Clips Haircuts w/6 MVP’S ---------------------------------------- Barbara Sturz
“Season Ticket” Sports Clips Haircuts w/6 MVP’s ----------------------------------------- Walter Stuercke
Grill, BBQ Set, BBQ Sauce plus $25 Mikes Meat Market Gift Card-------------------- Deborah Canale
Tea package w/Tea Tray, Teapot, 4 Cups/Saucers, Napkins ------------------------------ Betsy Matson
AB Exerciser & Lou Malnati Gift card-------------------------------------------------------- Joan Klus
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MINISTERIO HISPANO
Misa en Español
Sacerdote
Coordinadora de Ministerio Hispano
Coordinador Educación Religiosa
Misión
Llevar el Credo que profeso cada domingo de mi cabeza a mi
corazón, renovando mi entusiasmo de servir a Cristo en mi
prójimo cada día. --Peter Scagnelli, Copyright (c) J. S. Paluch Co.
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]
AÑO DE LA FE:
¿Qué es el Año de la Fe?
Meditación
Desde el tiempo que empezó su
ministerio como el sucesor de Pedro,
el papa Benedicto XVI ha hablado con
frecuencia de la necesidad de
redescubrir el camino de la fe para
iluminar la alegría y renovar el
entusiasmo que el encuentro con
Cristo trae a la vida (ver Benedicto
XVI, La puerta de la fe, 2).
El 11 de octubre marca el quincuagésimo aniversario del
inicio del Concilio Vaticano II y el vigésimo aniversario del
Catecismo de la Iglesia católica. Desde ese día hasta la
solemnidad de Cristo Rey en noviembre de 2013, el papa
Benedicto nos invita a celebrar un "Año de la Fe". Este Año nos
da un desafío a nosotros, a los discípulos bautizados en Cristo y
su Iglesia, de mover más allá de la rutina a la relación; de
"imaginar de nuevo" nuestra fe católica, no como un ejercicio
intelectual sino como un encuentro personal con Cristo, un
encuentro que florece en una amistad viva con Jesús y una
relación amorosa con nuestro prójimo. Lo importantes que son
las enseñanzas oficiales--y este año debemos redescubrir estas
también--el papa sugiere que empecemos este Año pensando de
la fe como un viaje de toda la vida emprendido con un gozo que
inevitablemente atrae a otros. Como ejemplos de una fe personal
con autenticidad y entusiasmo que impacta a otras personas, el
Domingo Mundial de las Misiones, el 21 de octubre el papa
Benedicto canonizará dos santos con un significado para los
estadounidenses: Kateri Tekakwitha (1656-1680), la indígena
norteamericana cuya vida fue un viaje de amor altruista; y la
madre Marianne Cope (1838-1918), cuyo amor por Cristo hizo
que viajara desde Alemania a Hawái, donde compartió el trabajo
pastoral del padre Damián a los que padecían de la lepra.
LECTURAS DE HOY
Primera lectura -- El don más preciado que podemos
pedir y poseer es la sabiduría (Sabiduría 7:7-11).
Salmo -- Sácianos, Señor, de tu misericordia
(Salmo 90 [89]).
Segunda lectura -- La palabra viva de Dios penetra
hasta las profundidades más recónditas de nuestro ser
(Hebreos 4:12-13).
Evangelio -- Aquellos que han dejado sus posesiones a
causa de Cristo y su Evangelio recibirán en herencia la
vida eterna (Marcos 10:17-30 [17-27]).
DONES
En las lecturas de hoy, se descubre que la riqueza material por sí
sola no nos impide ser discípulos. Veremos que hay otros dones
más importantes que la riqueza material, pero aún así, es cómo
usamos nuestros dones lo que más importa.
Las Escrituras de hoy señalan el valor de los dones de la
sabiduría, la confianza en Dios y dejando que nuestras acciones
reflejen el amor de Dios desde nuestro interior. No es el oro lo
que nos hace caer, sino más bien el deseo del oro por encima de
todas las demás cosas. De las lecturas de la Sabiduría y de la
Carta a los Hebreos, encontramos la fuente de los dones de Dios
en nuestras vidas. La sabiduría es más valiosa que las posesiones
mundanas. En Hebreos se nos reta a examinar nuestros valores y
admitir honestamente lo que controla nuestras vidas.
Copyright (c) J. S. Paluch Co.
LECTURAS DE LA SEMANA
Lunes: Gál 4:22-24, 26-27, 31 -- 5:1; Sal 113 (112):1b-5a, 6-7;
Lc 11:29-32
Martes: Gál 5:1-6; Sal 119 (118):41, 43-45, 47-48; Lc 11:37-41
Miércoles: Gál 5:18-25; Sal 1:1-4, 6; Lc 11:42-46
Jueves: 2 Tim 4:10-17b; Sal 145 (144):10-13, 17-18; Lc 10:1-9
Viernes: Ef 1:11-14; Sal 33 (32):1-2, 4-5, 12-13; Lc 12:1-7
Sábado: Ef 1:15-23; Sal 8:2-7; Lc 12:8-12
Domingo: Is 53:10-11; Sal 33 (32):4-5, 18-20, 22; Heb 4:14-16;
Mc 10:35-45
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Living Rosary
St. Pius Mom and Tots Group
Join us for our Annual Living Rosary Wednesday,
October 24th at 7:00 pm. Everyone is welcome to attend.
Families, prayer, youth, and scout groups are all welcome to
lead a prayer as a group or individually. This year we will be
joined by the members of the Eastern DuPage Deanery.
Refreshments will be served afterward as part of the Eastern
DuPage Deanery Fall Gathering. Those leading a prayer meet
at the back of church at 6:45 pm. This is important in order to
be able to start promptly at 7:00 pm. All are invited to attend.
If you have any questions, call
Rose Martinet at 630-620-0295.
Calling all moms, dads, grandparents, nannies and babysitters
of little ones in the St. Pius community…the St. Pius Mom and
Tots Group, sponsored by the Elizabeth Ministry, organizes
monthly events for little ones and their caregivers. It’s a great
way to provide socialization for your child and to network with
and meet other St. Pius families. Mark your calendars for our
first event on Friday, October 19 at 10 am, when we will get a
tour of the Lombard Fire House! Please RSVP for the event to
[email protected] The second event will be story
time at Barnes and Noble on November 27 at 10 am. Please join
our group on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/groups/piusmomsandtots/ where
you will find a full schedule of events.
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 +++
Knights of Columbus
Blessed Pope John Paul II called the Knights of Columbus the
largest men lay leadership group in the world, further stating
that their charity is un-matched. Why are
you waiting to join the Knights of
Columbus? Join today and grow in your
faith, help grow your church, and make
the world a better place.
Want to learn more? Call Albert Treado
at 630-450-0057.
DIOCESAN NEWS
MARRIAGE ENRICHMENT EVENT FOR ALL RETROUVAILLE PARTICIPANTS: Any couple who has ever attended a
Retrouvaille Weekend is invited to a special morning of marriage enrichment on Saturday, October 27, at St. Charles Borromeo
Pastoral Center. Dr. Jim Healy will present Making Happiness a Habit in Marriage. The event will begin at
9:00 a.m. with check-in, refreshments, and an opening exercise. Dr. Healy’s presentation will begin promptly at
10:00 a.m. and will conclude at 12:00 p.m. A potluck lunch will be offered, and couples who wish may remain in the same room
after lunch to work on their talks or to journal. The cost will be $15 per couple. For more information or to register, please call
Bonnie Edwalds (708-386-1779) or email her at [email protected]
Retrouvaille is a program sponsored by the Joliet Diocese which heals and renews marriage. For couples undergoing considerable
marital stress, it consists of an opening weekend experience, 6 to 12 follow-up sessions, and an ongoing support group. Visit
www.retrouvaille.org for more details about this program.
TREE OF LIGHT INFANT MEMORIAL MASS: All are welcome to attend a Mass on November 4 at St. Charles Borromeo
Pastoral Center in remembrance of babies who have been lost through miscarriage, stillbirth, infant death, other pregnancy losses or
early childhood death. At 2:00 p.m., a special outdoor tree-lighting ceremony will be held. Family members may arrive at 1:30 p.m.
to register and gather in the chapel. A reception with light refreshments will follow the Mass. Please call (815-838-5334) with the
number attending and for those who are unable to attend and wish for a baby to be remembered or see
http://www.dioceseofjoliet.org/documents/2012TreeOfLightMassFlier.pdf.
NATURAL FAMILY PLANNING: The Joliet Diocesan Natural Family Planning Program teaches the Billings Ovulation Method
(BOMA). These two-session classes in English and Spanish are offered for a fee of $50 per couple. St. Charles Pastoral Center in
Romeoville: Two-session classes in English are held the first and third Wednesday of each month from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. To
register or for information, contact The Center for Family Ministry (815-838-5334) or [email protected]
www.stpiuslombard.org
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COMMUNITY NEWS
Attention Catholic Lawyers
High School Open House Dates
St. Francis High School, Wheaton, IL
Sunday, October 14. Program begins at 11 am.
Wednesday, November 14. Program begins at 6 pm.
Tour the facilities. Discover what St. Francis can offer you!
Talk with students! Meet the teachers, coaches, and
administrators. For more information: 630-668-5800 x 1120.
Visit the website: www.sfhsnet.org
Montini, Lombard, IL
Thursday, October 18. Program begins at 7 pm.
Learn more about what Montini has to offer. Faculty, staff,
coaches, and current students will be available to answer any
questions. Parents can enjoy a presentation from the Principal,
the President, and other faculty members. Students can explore
clubs, organizations, sports, and take self-guided tours.
Questions? Contact Chris Pestel at 630-627-6930 x180.
Visit the website: www.montini.org
Foundations of Faith: Creed
Christ the King Parish, 1501 S. Main St., Lombard
Two sessions remaining: October 17 and October 24 at
7:00 pm in the Parish Life Center.
Adult faith formation series from the Cardinal Newman
Institute of the Diocese of Joliet that explores the Creed. To
register, call Eileen Maggiore at 630-396-6076.
www.ctklombard.org
The St. Thomas More society of DuPage County is sponsoring
the 9th annual Red Mass for lawyers and their spouses on
Sunday, October 21 at noon at St. Michael Catholic Church in
Wheaton. The presider will be Abbot Austin G. Murphy, OSB.
A light brunch will follow the Mass. The event is free. A Red
Mass has, from the 13th century, traditionally opened the
annual court term in European countries, and the tradition is
now strong in the United States. Judges, lawyers, politicians,
and officials of all faiths attend the Red Mass along with
members of the community to ask God’s help, through the
Holy Spirit (symbolized by red vestments) to bless, improve,
and strengthen civic order. For further information on the Red
Mass, please call Eddie Wollenberg at 630-668-2415.
Marmion Farms Pumpkin Daze
Skip the long ride to the country and come to Abbey Farms!
We have over 300 beautiful cares of country land right in your
backyard. Come on out for a little ol’fashioned fun that all can
enjoy for a great price! Start your fun family tradition at
Abbey Farms! Benefits the monks of Marmion Abbey
• Biggest Corn Maze in Kane County
• Separate Kids scarecrow corn maze
• Saturday night flashlight maze adventures
• Hidden Dino Hay Ride
• Game Zone and Picnic Grove
• Supervised Jumpy Huts for kids under 12
• Petting Zoo, and lots more
Weekends through October 30. Sat 11-10, Sun 12-6.
More info: www.abbeyfarms.org or 630-897-7215 x375
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