July 10, 2016 - Our Lady of Perpetual Help

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July 10, 2016 - Our Lady of Perpetual Help
15TH SUNDAY
IN ORDINARY TIME
JULY 10, 2016
Our Lady of Perpetual Help Parish 1775 Grove St. Glenview IL 60025 Parish Office 847-729-1525 olphglenview.org
seek, share, rejoice - pastor's reflection
There's a great scene near the
end of Raiders of the Lost Ark.
After Indy and Marion have been
captured and the ark has fallen
into the hands of the Nazis,
a kind of mock ceremony is
arranged for its solemn opening.
Belloq, the Nazi archeologist and
Indy's arch-rival, robes himself
in the vestments of a high priest
and mutters a prayer in Hebrew.
The lid of the ark is removed,
Nicholas J. Kostyk
and it is discovered that the
Fr.
tablets from Sinai have
disintegrated into a fine, powdery dust. And then it happens, in
full Hollywood glory.
It has always been and remains an error to think that we can approach
God on our own terms. He is uninterested in the conditions that we
set for Him. Quite the opposite, approaching God worthily means
surrendering our wills over to Him. Saying, along with Isaiah, and with
countless saints after him: here I am, do with me as you will (Isaiah
6:8). That process begins with leaving certain things behind.
A spiritual being of some kind, perhaps an angel, rises out of the
ark. Others quickly follow, and the blasphemous spectacle soon
disintegrates into a fury of flying fireballs and exploding heads.
When it's all over, we, the audience, can breathe a sigh of relief
that the forces of heaven have come to the rescue. The bad have
received their comeuppance and the good have been freed from
bondage. No doubt, the scene's effects were masterful for the
film's era, but I think it's possible to find ourselves so impressed
with the exaggerated cinematic show that we miss the surprisingly
sophisticated theology underneath it.
Like Moses before the burning bush, the liturgy is where the Church
meets God on His terms, according to words and rituals that are
ours not because we have written or created them, but because they
have been given to us. And, the role we properly assume in this great
rapprochement between God and humankind is indeed that of servant.
For, in assuming that role, in allowing ourselves to be taken up into the
elevated language and refined gesture of liturgy, in mustering the great
humility that allows us to set aside our preferences and common way
of speaking, we begin to take off our proverbial shoes before God.
The Hebrews had a word for the divine power or glory which
radiates from the holy presence of God: the shekhinah. In Jewish
theology, when God was approached by the unauthorized and
without reverence, it did not bode well for the one who dared
exhibit such smug nonchalance before the holy. That's why, in the
familiar scene where Moses appears before the burning bush, he is
immediately ordered to remove his shoes (Exodus 3:5). Shoes were
made of the hide of animals, and as such were an expression of that
which is dead, the opposite of the One who is life. Their symbolic
removal demonstrated that, in order to come worthily before God,
Moses needed to throw off those trappings of the human condition
that keep it bound up in the mortal and the earthly. Contrast this
with the Nazis in Raiders who wanted only to manipulate the power
of God and use it for the fulfillment of their own worldly ends. They
missed the point.
While the Nazis are being systematically decimated by the whirlwind
from the ark, Indy continually instructs Marion to keep her eyes
shut. Whether intentionally or not, his command echoes the image
of those angels whom the Old Testament describes as veiling their
faces before the presence of God (Isaiah 6:2). Like Moses' removal
of shoes, the image is of a creature changing his or her disposition
before God. The human person intentionally decreasing in order
that the source of all goodness, life, and love, might increase in
the human person. A chalice filled with water can become the
receptacle of wine only once the water has been poured out of it.
God will fill only those hearts that empty themselves before Him; for,
growth in holiness begins with the humble self-admission that I am
not God, and therefore, stand in need of Him.
Whenever we gather for the Sacred Liturgy, a very real surrender is
demanded from us. For, we are becoming a part of something greater
than ourselves. Far from being the exclusive property of a particular
person or parish, the liturgy belongs, in a profound way, to God. That
is why the Eastern Churches refer to the Mass as the Divine Liturgy, a
ceremony that in their language is never presided over, but served. In
a similar vein, Cardinal George often defined liturgy as "the worship of
God according to the manner in which God wants to be worshiped."
The late Cardinal's point was that the ceremonies must correctly be
about God and not us.
Freed from the ordinary and the mundane, the dead and the merely
earthly, we can finally be drawn into the exciting mystery of God's love.
And, more importantly, we can begin to see ourselves transformed
by that love. A sword thrust into the refiner's fire soon begins to take
on the characteristics of that fire, so that once removed, it glows with
light and radiates warmth. But the same fire that energizes the sword
has the potential to severely burn the one who behaves foolishly
and fails to treat its incredible power with proper respect. To put our
ego squarely in the center of our meeting with God is to attempt to
manipulate fire.
God has shown that He wants nothing more than to be with His people.
His desire for us compels Him to come to us: to meet us and unite
Himself with us in our own fallen world. But the story of His love does
not end in that meeting. He becomes one of us in order to draw us up
into the eternal glory of His kingdom. And, just as he left behind his
throne in order to meet us, so we must leave behind the dust of our
world in order to be drawn into His embrace.
The irony is that once we do let go, once our shoes are off and we
kneel worthily and humbly before God, all barriers are pulled down and
His love can envelop us completely. In the light and peace of that love,
we discover that the gift He actually gives us is more than we could
have ever imagined: a sharing in the glory of His very life. Frederick
Faber's great Eucharistic hymn captures this magnificently: "Thy Body,
Soul, and Godhead all! O Mystery of love divine! I cannot compass all I
have, for all thou hast and art, are mine."
The Nazis in Raiders were oblivious to the true nature of God's gift, and
therefore didn't know how to approach Him.
Let that not, dear friends, be said of us.
Fr. Nicholas J. Kostyk
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seek, share, rejoice - spiritual engagement
Celebrate Fr. Paddy's
50th Anniversary
of his Ordination
Saturday, July 16 - 5:00 p.m. Mass
After Mass, the Women’s Club is serving refreshments in the South
Gathering Space. Please come and help to make this a very special
day for Fr. Paddy.
The Response of the Gospel of Mercy
The war in Syria has killed as many as 250,000 Syrians,
and has uprooted more than 11 million people
Children, who make up more than half of Syrian refugees in the Middle East, are
paying the heaviest price: many have witnessed violence and the loss of homes
or loved ones; the vast majority have been out of school for years.
-Source: Catholic Relief Services
Mom and Tot Sunday
Play Date Today
Sunday, July 10
Join us at the playground
after Mass! Weather
permitting, the Mom and
Tots Group invites families
to meet at Sleepy Hollow
Park (1821 Maplewood
Lane) after 9:30 a.m.
Mass. All families and
caregivers with young
children are welcome.
Hope to see you there!
ACTION: Ask Congress to provide funding for poverty-focused international
humanitarian assistance and fulfill our nation’s commitment to help Syrian and
other refugees. Call your members of Congress using this toll-free number:
888-562-8232. Visit ConfrontGlobalPoverty.org.
Office for Immigrant Affairs and Immigration Education, Archdiocese of Chicago
EVOLVE Adult Education Ministry Presents Jim Kenney
Religious and Political Extremists and the War on Science
Saturday, July 16 - 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. in McDonnell Hall
How did it happen in America? How did the world's leader in scientific research and achievement become the
stronghold of a powerful and dangerous anti-science movement?
We'll look at the influence of powerful figures from America's corporate, political and evangelical circles who could be
described as fundamentalist Christians and who employ and distort religious arguments and use literal interpretations
of scripture to refute science-based evidence of the impact of evolution and climate change.
We'll find some answers as we explore the history of the extreme right wing's association with a wide range of
science-denying crusades. Along the way, we will discover that this toxic culture war has produced a surprising
(though much more limited) left-leaning version of the repudiation of science, particularly with regard to childhood
vaccinations and GMOs. We'll touch on evolution, stem-cell research, climate change, environmental regulation,
vaccines, product safety, and even sex education.
About The Presenter: Jim Kenney, a director of the 1993 and 1999 Parliaments of the World's Religions, is a
renowned leader in the movement for global interreligious understanding and cooperative common action.
He is cofounder/director of Common Ground, a center for interreligious dialogue.
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seek, share, rejoice - sharing and human concerns
Sharing Hunger is real...
Our kids are enjoying time off of school but kids living
in poverty are suffering without the meals provided
during the school year. Please pick up a few extra
breakfast and/or lunch items to help fill this void. Your
donation will mean so much to those who have so little.
Donations can be delivered to the church or Sharing
Room entries or delivered through the kids at the
Sunday offertory. God bless you for your generosity!!
Too Busy To Shop For The Food Drive?
We’ll do the shopping for you! Mail a donation made
out to the OLPH Needy Family Fund to Lou Marohn,
2132 Fir Street, Glenview. Food will be purchased in
case lots to stretch and maximize your donation.
Feed The Homeless At Marquard, July 17
Help feed the homeless at Marquard Center on Sunday,
July 17. We welcome donations of fresh fruit, cookies
and candy, which can be delivered to the convent
porch that Saturday.
Volunteers are needed on Marquard Service Sundays
to prepare the meal at OLPH after 9:30 a.m. Mass and
to serve the meal at Marquard Center, leaving at 3:30
p.m. and returning home at 7:30 p.m..
We feed the homeless at Marquard Center an average
of six Sundays per year. Would you consider shopping
for some or all of these meals the day before we
go down to serve? You will be provided a list and
recommendations for where to shop. You can choose
to donate the food or we can work to secure the
funding. As noted above, our next visit will take place
on Sunday, July 17th.
Contact Terri Guercio, 847-729-5916 or
[email protected] to volunteer.
The Year of Mercy: Comfort the Sorrowful, Instruct the Ignorant
"It is my burning desire that, during this Jubilee, the Christian
people may reflect on the spiritual…works of mercy." Pope Francis
The spiritual works of mercy developed as Christians
cared for the world in which they lived - admonish the
sinner, counsel the doubtful, comfort the sorrowful,
instruct the ignorant, bear wrongs patiently, forgive all
injuries, pray for the living and the dead.
To reflect on these works includes doing them and
then looking back on what we have done and who
we have become.
Take comforting the sorrowful. We have all found
ourselves accompanying someone who has suffered a
divorce, or lost a spouse to death, or was downsized,
or was overlooked for the promotion they desperately
needed, or was disappointed in their children's behavior,
or was driven by debilitating anxieties, etc. In short, we
and our family and friends suffer in one way or another;
and we walk together.
In comforting the sorrowful, we often don't know what
to say. We want to console and we bring forward
whatever wisdom we have. We say things like,
"Call me" or "If I can do anything, just let me know."
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But we soon come to understand comforting the
sorrowful is not about banishing grief but about walking
with a person we love until what has come to pass is
somehow integrated into a larger identity and purpose.
Take instructing the ignorant. If we are teachers, the
application is obvious. But this spiritual work goes
beyond formal instruction. It means we communicate
whatever knowledge we have in a way that empowers
those who receive it.
It may be a parent bent over and soft talking into the ear
of a child, or a boss carefully explaining to an employee
what needs to be done, or a friend pointing out the
implications of a decision. We all have some knowledge
that would benefit others; and, instead of keeping it to
ourselves, we offer it in the hope that it will help.
In comforting the sorrowful and instructing the ignorant
we become other-centered; and, as every spiritual tradition
knows, in becoming other-centered we enter into the deepest
secret about ourselves. Being merciful is our true identity.
Copyright © John Shea
seek, share, rejoice - parish news and notes
Religious Education Sign-up
Myths & Facts About Domestic Violence
Registration forms for the 2016-2017 RE school year
are now available for grades PK - 8.
MYTH: The abused or battered partner is the
cause of the abuse.
•
FACT: Victims do not cause abuse
If you are new to the program: email Cherie
DiCesare at [email protected] or
stop by the Parish Rectory for a paper copy of
the forms.
•
All families currently enrolled in the program will
receive forms via email.
•
Please return your completed forms with a
check for registration as well as the sacrament
fee if applicable, as soon as possible so that we
can arrange class assignments for the fall.
•
Classes are assigned on a first come, first
serve basis. Pay careful attention to be sure
all information is completed. Incomplete
registrations will not be processed.
OLPH Youth Group
KAIROS 44. The Fall Kairos for this year has
been completely filled and there is a big waiting
list. There are already 12 applications for the
coming Spring Kairos, which will take place from
April 27th to April 30th. The teenage leaders are
undergoing their training, and will meet regularly
from now until mid November.
If any parishioners want to reserve a place for
spring, please do so immediately as places will
be taken up very quickly.
OPERA: As in previous years, three or four of
our young people have joined me for a trip to
each of the Operas in Lyric Opera Theatre.
They usually say that they really enjoyed the
experience, which is very different from what they
experience in their ordinary lives. In July a group
will be going to see “The Man from La Mancha”
in Marriott’s Theatre, Lincolnshire.
FACT: Abusers are responsible
for their behavior!
Remember, you are not alone.
If you are a victim of domestic
violence, or know someone
who is, and need help,
please contact:
You are
not alone.
•
WINGS 24 hr. Hotline and
Counseling Services and
Emergency Shelter at 847-221-5680.
•
National Domestic Violence Hotline
24 hours: 800-799-7233.
•
Life Span at 312-408-1210.
Retreat/Workshop for
widowed men & women
Hoping for a way to make things better?
This just might be the answer.
Join the Joyful Again Widowed Ministry for an
upcoming gathering. Space is limited, please
register early. Visit us online to view a short video
Holy Family
Thursday, July 23 & Friday, July 24
2515 Palatine Road
Mary Queen Parish
Saturday, August 13 & Sunday, August 14
(Near North Ave. & Hwy 83, Elmhurst)
Questions? 1-708-354-7211 or
[email protected]
joyfulagain.org
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seek, share, rejoice - school news
Are You an Alumni of OLPH School?
We would like to keep you updated on class reunions and all the
exciting things happening at our school.
So get connected by registering online and visiting the Alumni page on
our website or fill out an Alumni card located in the vestibule of church.
www.olph-il.org/alumni
Encourage your former classmates to do the same!!
Enrolling Now for Fall ’16
Preschool-8th Grade
Visit our website, www.olph-il.org
Contact Admissions to schedule a tour
847-724-6990
Have a safe and happy summer from OLPH School!
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announcements
U.S. MILITARY PRAYER LIST
US ARMY
1st Lt. Michael Altonji
SSG Brent Blackwell, Afghanistan
2LT Atticus Blair, Afghanistan.
1st Lt. Brad Fischl
Corporal Rick Hajost
1st LT Daniel LaBarge
CPT Matthew Leck
1st Lt. Gavin McGarry
Cpt. Brittany Sunko
1st Lt. William Thibeau
COL Thomas Vogel
LTC Daniel Vogel
PFC Jacob Zielinski
US AIR FORCE
1st Lt Brian Joseph Anderson
SSgt Jon Billie
1st Lt McCall Casas
MSgt Richard Nash
Major Reid Orth
Major Lowell Wallace, Overseas
US NAVY
IT2 James Kowalski, Overseas
Lt. John O’Hagan, Afghanistan
Lt. J.G. Kenneth Pittner
EM1 John Sutehall, Japan
US MARINES
Sgt Jack Askins
Capt. Justin Coons
Capt. Caitlin Ferrarell
1st Lt Matt Mugnaini
Capt. Bradley Petersen
Major Eric Starr, Afghanistan
Ethan Zielinski
US COAST GUARD
BME Anthony Wallace
For revisions or updates to this list contact:
Geof & Cathy Lutz [email protected]
847-724-8218.
BULLETIN SUBMISSIONS
Our weekly bulletin communicates the news and
events at OLPH Parish. Questions? Call
847-729-1525 ext. 24 to speak to Natalie Conseur.
DEADLINE: Please email all content no later than
6:00 pm on the Sunday prior to publication date.
SUBMISSIONS:
Email to [email protected]
NOTE: The bulletin cannot promote job seekers,
entrepreneurs, etc. Please call 800.566.6170 to place
a paid bulletin ad.
Announcements
Catholic Charities Golf Classic - Monday, July 25
Have a fun filled day at the 22nd Annual Charities
Golf Classic at the Knollwood Club in Lake Forest
and Shoreacres in Lake Bluff. All proceeds benefit
the programs of Catholic Charities in Lake County
For more information regarding the Charities
Golf Classic, please contact Mary Ellen Mason
at (847) 782-4115 or by email at [email protected]
catholiccharities.net. Visit catholiccharities.net/lcgolf
RUMMAGE SALE - July 16
St. Nicholas Church, Evanston
Furniture, antiques, tools, electronics and computers
are just some of the items for sale at the annual St.
Nicholas Parish Rummage Sale on Saturday, July
16. There will be two buildings (filled with great
buys) open for business from 8 a.m.-3 p.m. Cash
and credit cards will be accepted. No checks. At 7
a.m., numbers will be given to those standing in line
at each building. Donations will be accepted July
8-13. Delicious food--including authentic Mexican
specialties--will be sold from 10:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m.
For more information, check the parish web site at
nickchurch.org
July is HIV Awareness month
Of the 1 ¼ million people in the United States who
are HIV+, 20% of these DO NOT KNOW that they are
infected and are potentially spreading the virus to
others. It is estimated that 50,000 new HIV infections
occur every year in the United States. Complacency
about HIV/AIDS contributes to these numbers.
This month offers an opportunity to bring attention to
the need to educate at risk populations in your community about the importance of testing and prevention, and seeking care for those who are HIV+. The
only way to know if you have the virus is to get tested.
KNOW YOUR STATUS…GET TESTED…AND URGE
OTHERS TO GET TESTED! For more information call
312-948-6500 or go to hiv/aidsservicesministry.org
Morning of Reflection with Fr. McGrath
IVC Morning of Reflection to celebrate the Feast
of St. Ignatius of Loyola led by Fr. Pat McGrath, SJ.
Date: Thursday, July 28, 2016 from 9:30 a.m. 1 p.m. Location: St. Ignatius College Prep, 1076 W.
Roosevelt Rd, Chicago 60607. All Are Welcome, $25/
person (includes Mass & Lunch). Register online at
www.ivcusa.org/chicago or contact Jackie Fitzgerald
at [email protected] or 312-961-6206
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our weekly intentions
Remember Our Sick
Sunday, July 10
Keeley Barr
Patricia Beckwith
Matt Collins
Coty Cottle
Jim Cottle
Pat Cullen
Kathy Gerage
Gertrude Gordon
Bob Gregg
Meghan Healy
Pat Kelley
Jeanie McInerney
Judith Nani
7:30
9:30 Ch
9:30 Mc
11:00
12:30
6:00
Mary Carol O'Brien
Lukas Parsek
Paul Parsek
Pat Reagan
Noreen Ritt
Infant Mary Elizabeth Roland
Judith Santi
Liz Smith
Patrick Stein
Sue Sychowski
Ed Tracz
Andrea Zielinski
Recent Baptisms
Mason Lawrence, son of Theresa (Gresham)
Simpson and Keith Simpson
Monroe Violet, daughter of Theresa (Gresham)
Simpson and Keith Simpson
Our Beloved Deceased
Joseph Lanza, father of Father Steve Lanza
Upcoming Weddings
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Nina Urso & Aurelio Barahona
Annie Schufreider & Thomas Durkin
Alex Cipolla & Thomas Simon
Lauren Kolod & Bryan Wysocke
LOST & FOUND
Please remember to check our Lost & Found if
you are missing items. We'll be cleaning it out and
donating unclaimed items at the end of July.
Thank you!
Chuck Boedicker and Thomas Walsh (Fr. Paddy)
Eugene Cizynski and Joseph V. Roody (Fr. Lara)
Living and Deceased Members of OLPH (Fr. Boland)
Steve Kustra, Bob Schmit and Ann Fitzgerald (Fr. Kostyk)
Modesta Stein and Richard Rahoi (Fr. Kostyk)
Laura Bartosz Dinelli and A Special Intention (Fr. Boland)
Monday, July 11
6:30
8:30
John & Maureen Haggerty (MFTL)
Vince Guasta and Charlotte Thompson
Tuesday, July 12
6:30
8:30
Zygmunt Mikula
Thomas O’Gara (MFTL) and Kevin Hicks
Wednesday, July 13
6:30
8:30
Robert J. Pasquesi
Pauleen Kurko and Aida Serrano (MFTL)
Thursday, July 14
6:30
8:30 Phyllis Dempsey
Living and Deceased Members of OLPH
Friday, July 15
6:30
8:30
Rosemary Collins and Vicente Cardenas-Guerro
Al Landauer (MFTL)
Saturday, July 16
6:30
8:30
5:00
Living and Deceased Members of OLPH
Special Intentions for the Sanger Family
Michael Massarelli and Will Hicks (Fr. Paddy)
Sunday, July 17
7:30
9:30 Ch
9:30 Mc
11:00
12:30
6:00
Living and Deceased Members of OLPH (Fr. Kostyk)
Sydney Corbett and Marshall Hejza ((Fr. Hickey)
Patrick McNaughton (Fr. Lara)
Joseph Miller, Jr. and Dr. Gabriel Lorenzo (Fr. Boland)
Jason Lagoa, Thomas Gilhooly and Coyle Dillon (Fr. Lara)
Alice Wassmann and Geraldine Poydence (MFTL) (Fr. Boland)
SACRAMENT OF RECONCILIATION (CONFESSION)
Sat. • 4:00 - 4:45 p.m. or by appointment
LITURGY OF THE HOURS Wed. • 8:10 a.m.
SACRAMENT OF THE SICK
After the 8:30 Mass on the 2nd Saturday of every month
EUCHARISTIC ADORATION Fri. • 9:00 a.m. - 3:50 p.m. • Lady Chapel
DIVINE MERCY HOLY HOUR Fri. • 3:00 p.m. • Lady Chapel
MASSES AT MARYHAVEN Sun. Tue. and Fri.• 10:30 a.m.
ROSARY Mon. - Sat. • after 8:30 a.m. Mass
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parish information
PARISH OFFICE 847.729.1525
FAX 847.729.0623
THE CITY olphglenview.onthecity.org
Rev. Jeremiah Boland, Pastor
[email protected]
Rev. Thomas E. Hickey, Pastor Emeritus
Rev. Isaac Lara, Associate Pastor
[email protected]
Rev. Nicholas Kostyk, Associate Pastor
[email protected]
Rev. Paddy Tyrrell, SJ Associate Pastor
[email protected]
Jim & Pat Revord, Deacon Couple
Dave & Mary Beth Kalina, Deacon Couple
Nancy Schwider, Director of Operations & Stewardship,
[email protected]
Russell Stern, Director of Music Ministry
[email protected]
Natalie Conseur, Director of Communications
[email protected]
WEBSITE olphglenview.org
FACEBOOK.COM/olphglenview
Cherie DiCesare, Director of Religious Education 847-998-5289 [email protected]
Rev. Paddy Tyrrell, Coordinator of Youth & Young Adult
Ministry 847-602-4143
Dr. Amy Mills, Parish School Principal 847-724-6990, [email protected]
John Kurkowski, School Endowment Board Chair
[email protected]
Laura Kearney, Parish Secretary
[email protected]
Linda Feo, Parish Office Assistant
[email protected]
Margie Andre, Liturgy Assistant
[email protected]
Gloria Gaughan, Evening & Weekend Receptionist
[email protected]
OLPH Care Links
Bereavement Support
Deacon Dave Kalina
847-729-1525 ext. 25
[email protected]
Confidential Assistance
Sister Paulanne 847-724-2044
Homebound/Hospital Visits
Rick Nash
847-651-8718
[email protected]
Respect Life
Monica Cassidy
847-724-7206
[email protected]
Assistive Listening Devices Available at OLPH – For those who are hard of hearing we have assistive listening devices
available to help you participate more fully during Mass. Please plan to arrive for Mass a few minutes early to borrow the necessary
equipment from Sr. Paulanne. Please don’t forget to return the devices at the end of Mass when you are finished.

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