Mass Schedule - Our Lady of Perpetual Help

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Mass Schedule - Our Lady of Perpetual Help
ASCENSION OF THE LORD
MOTHER'S DAY
OLPH
MAY 8, 2016
Seek, Share, Rejoice!
Mass Schedule
Inside This Issue:
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Parish Transformation Update
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Happy Mother's Day - Support Catholic Charities
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Survey for New Parishioners
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Men's and Women's Club Events
Our Lady of Perpetual Help Parish
Monday - Saturday: 6:30 and 8:30 am
Saturday: 5:00 pm Anticipation
Sunday: 7:30 am (in church)
9:30 am (in church and McDonnell Hall)
11:00 am (in church)
12:30 pm and 6:00 pm (in church)
1775 Grove St. Glenview IL 60025
Parish Office 847-729-1525
olphglenview.org
seek, share, rejoice - pastor's reflection
Dear Parishioners,
The month of May has been traditionally the time the Church pays
special honor to the Blessed Mother.
This time of devotion has particular
meaning for us since our parish is
under the patronage of Our Lady of
Perpetual Help. In the icon of Our
Lady, we see her in the traditional
posture of pointing to and leading
us to Christ. Her role as the great
intercessor is of such comfort.
Father Jerry Boland
Reflecting
on the
Scriptures
“I am the Alpha and the
Omega, the first and
the last, the beginning
and the end.”
REVELATION 22:13
This is a reminder of
how we should live our
lives 24 hours a day, 7
days a week – putting
God first in all that we
do. Not only when I am
at Mass and parish activities, but when I am in
the world, at work or at
school. Living gratefully and generously is a
lifestyle, it’s how I make
all my decisions.
This past Friday we celebrated one
of the more beautiful annual rituals,
the May Crowning. The children of
our parish school led us in this ancient devotion. As always, a deeply
moving experience. How profound
the prayer that is expressed at her
crowning:
One of the awesome traditions of
our Religious Education Program is
the Make a Difference Day Market. In
the spirit of almsgiving, the children
can support all sorts of very practical
needs of those seeking assistance
from the May Mother’s Day Shower
and our Sharing Parishes. From baby
toiletries to juice boxes, the children
select what they would like to contribute towards. This year they raised
over $7,500! Many gave from their
allowances or birthday gifts to share.
Queen of heaven rejoice, alleluia
The Son you merited to bear, alleluia
Has risen as He said, alleluia
Pray to God for us, alleluia
Rejoice and be glad, O Blessed
Virgin, alleluia
For the Lord has truly Risen, alleluia
This past Wednesday the formal
part of the Parish Transformation
Initiative came to a close. There are
some writing groups that will put the
final touches on our mission narrative and the action steps we hope
to undertake for the next few years.
The process involved hundreds of
people and a core team of almost 60
parishioners. We wrestled with the
challenges we need to face to make
our parish more vital in the lives of
those who are marginally involved.
How fitting at this time of year when
we honor the Mother of Our Lord
that we celebrate Mother’s Day! Our
mothers (and fathers too) give us the
first example of love, as in our childhood they begin to teach us about
God’s love. Take a moment today if
you can to give your mom: a hug,
a kiss, a thank you, a phone call. If
she is with the Lord, offer a prayer
of gratitude for the influence she has
had on your life.
We reflected on how important it
is for our parish to more effectively
engage our teenagers and young
adults. We want to explore ways to
bridge the divide between school
and religious education families. We
want to be open to new technologies
that can bring the Word of God and
the power of our faith community to
those who feel disconnected. I am
grateful to our facilitator, Jon Matousek who was terrific.
Today’s second collection is the
annual Mother Day’s Collection to
support Catholic Charities. Thank
you for your support of the outreach
of Catholic Charities that responds to
a need every 30 seconds.
May is the month priests observe
their anniversaries of priestly ordination; Fr Flavin 56 years, Fr. Thinnes
52 years, Fr. Paddy 50 years, Fr.
Hickey 46 years, Me 35 years,
Fr. Isaac 2 years, and Fr. Nick 11
months. We are blessed to share our
priesthoods with you!
This weekend the children of our
Religious Education Program will celebrate their First Communion. This
day will hold a profound memory
for these children and their families.
Thanks to their parents and catechists for making this such a spiritual
experience in their lives. May they
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always feel welcome to come to the
table of the Lord.
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Fr. Jerry Boland Class of 1981
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Parish Transformation Update
Summary of Transformation Meeting on Wednesday, April 27
By Margie André, Steering Committee Member
At the April 27 meeting, Fr. Boland discussed how crucial these
meetings are, talked about the importance of listening, and thanked
everyone for their dedication.
We are at the threshold of launching our plan. The Transformation
Team plans to finish the Mission Action Plan at next week’s meeting.
SEEK!
SHARE!
REJOICE!
Copies of the Mission Narrative draft were given to each group to
use as a resource while brainstorming objectives.
We then split into our three teams: Mission, Education/Formation
and Finance to formulate objectives and action steps.
The leader and scribe of each team will formulate the ideas that
were discussed into the beginning of an action plan.
For a more detailed summary of the most recent meeting, and for
continued updates on the Transformation Process, join us on The
City, our online parish community!
www.olphglenview.onthecity.org
Our Engagement Prayer
Dear Lord, we want to be an engaged church, a parish motivated
by love for You and committed to
our mission of living out Your gospel. We ask that You be with us on
our spiritual journey.
Help us to be a worshipping community, devoted to Mass, praying
with and for one another, and lifting
our voices joyfully in song.
Help us to be a welcoming community with smiles and outstretched arms as we greet all who
enter our doors, be they friends or
strangers.
The Ascension
of Our Lord
Help us to be a community of good
stewards who support our parish and are compassionate to the
needs of the poor.
Help us to be a ministering community, cheerfully and tirelessly
offering time and talent in service
to others.
Help us to be a community of disciples who place You, Lord, at the
center of our lives.
Thoughts on This Week's Gospel
Today we celebrate the feast of the Ascension of our Lord,a feast
which, in part, celebrates the confidence he placed in his close followers to continue his ministry. In the Gospel reading Jesus reminds
his followers of the purpose of his mission, and commissions them
to continue his work by proclaiming his word and by living courageously that which they preached. He also promises them the Holy
Spirit who he said would strengthen them for the task ahead. As
stewards of Jesus’ life and ministry, a good question for us to reflect
on this week might be this: Has Christ’s confidence in the quality of
our own witness been well placed?
Help us to be an engaged community with open hearts and open
minds to Seek You Lord, Share
Your Gifts, and Rejoice in Your
Blessings.
We ask these things in Your Holy
Name.
Amen.
-Margie André
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seek, share - human concerns and sharing updates
Sharing Ministry News
Shop for Someone You Don’t Even Know
Sharing collects non-perishable food year-round. Our food
count has dropped off as everyone engages in the busy calendars of spring.
Please continue to remember the needy with food donations.
When grocery shopping, pick up a few items for someone you
don’t even know and make the difference in their day!
Donations can be brought forward during the Offertory at Mass,
or dropped in donation baskets at the church entrances.
Too Busy to Shop for the Food Drive?
"A Gift of
Mercy"
mother's day
collection, may 7-8
The Catholic Charities
Mother's Day Collection is one
of only a handful of second
collections we take up at
OLPH.
Your gift to Catholic Charities
can be made via your monthly
envelope, by using one of the
specially marked envelopes in
church, or simply by placing
your donation in the basket
at the time of the second
collection next weekend.
If you have any questions
about the collection, please
contact Nancy Schwider at
[email protected]
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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, 60025.
Feed The Homeless At Marquard Center, May 22
Help feed the homeless at Marquard Center on Sunday, May
22. 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 AM Mass and to serve
the meal at Marquard Center, leaving at 3:30 and returning
home at 7:30 PM. Contact Terri Guercio, 847-729-5916 or terri.
[email protected] to volunteer.
Morning of Service at James, June 11
Farmers’ Market Style Food Distribution
Join fellow OLPH parishioners for a fun morning of service at
St. James. The Greater Chicago Food Depository will provide a
truck full of produce and we will have the joy of distributing this
to a long line of grateful recipients. OLPH organizes a group of
50 volunteers for this event each year, including many families.
Contact Tom Rinella, [email protected] Carpooling will be
arranged.
Feed The Homeless At Catholic Charities, Des
Plaines, June 16
We will be feeding the homeless who visit the Catholic Charities
soup kitchen in Des Plaines on Thursday, June 16.
Contact Kathy Quinn, [email protected], to participate
or to make a donation to offset the $400 cost for this meal. It
takes both donors and volunteers to make these visits happen.
Lighten Our Load
Please be mindful of Sharing Room volunteers and keep bags
of donations of reasonable weight. We struggle to manage large
black plastic garbage bags, filled to capacity. Thank you for your
consideration!
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seek, share, rejoice - upcoming parish events
Parish News and Upcoming Events
Mom and Tot Sunday Play Date Today
Business Networking Ministry Meeting
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!
Speaker: Kay Wigton McBrearty of Waterville Partners
Children's Book Drive Going on Now
The OLPH School fourth grade class is currently collecting gently used and new books from baby books to
6th grade for Bernie’s Book Bank. Did you know that
61% of children in low income neighborhoods have no
books in their homes AT ALL? Together we can make a
difference in the lives of children. Our goal this year is
to collect 6,000 books for Bernie’s Book Bank. Please
bring in books and place them in the bins outside the
Sharing Room or in the buildings around campus.
Thank you!
Assistive Listening Devices Available
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.
Topic: Purposeful Career Transitions - Navigating Your
Internal Compass
Meeting on Monday, May 16 at 7:00 pm
Kay McBrearty is the founder and principal of Waterville
Partners. She brings with her over twenty years of corporate experience in various leadership roles including:
Operations, Director of Staffing & College Relations,
Director of Shared Values and Director of Strategy &
Innovation.
While Kay values her corporate experiences, her true
passion has been mentoring and counseling individuals
to help them attain career alignment and satisfaction.
The past few years, she has been an effective career
coach, leading clients through a self-discovery process
enabling them to create a sustainable plan for achieving career fulfillment. She focuses on leveraging client’s
strengths, interests and values while accounting for
investments of time, energy, education or experiences.
Her high energy, enthusiasm and straightforward approach are refreshing.
The group will meet in the Francis Room of the Lafayette Building
The OLPH Respect Life Ministry Presents the
Month of May
Baby Shower
Help us gather baby items to help young mothers
in crisis situations. New, gender neutral, unwrapped
items will be collected throughout the month of
May in marked baskets in the church.
Baby Items Wish List
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clothing
blankets
towels
diapers
wipes
toys
pacifiers
baby formula and food
The Month of May Baby Shower Benefits
OLPH Sharing Ministry, Aid for Women,
The Women’s Center and Catholic Charities
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seek, share, rejoice - congratulations and blessings!
Our Parish School First Communicants
Madeleine Albee
Harper Alkema
Andrew Anasinski
Zachary Baffa
Sevil Bahceci
Julia Bechtoldt
Emma Blockovich
Sofia Bongiovanni
Alexander Bottcher
Nora Boyle
Shane Buchanan
Nora Burke
Sean Burke
Aidan Burton
Daniel Cahill
Michael Cerimele
Mia Chupaila
Robert Clingan
Sophia Cole
Jack Collins
Katelyn Comer
Cameron Conroy
Quinn Conway
Filip Debowski
Kate Dimberio
Abigale Fanelli
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Emma Farris
Henry Farris
Ryan Fellinger
Alexander Fitzgerald
Olivia Galiano
Ailsa Gallagher
Brendan Gomez
Emma Goodfellow
Nicholas Groboski
Matthew Groose
Adam Guttschow
Rose Harlan
Reilly Harp
Madison Hogg
Jon Hogue
Mary Kate Humphrey
Hadley Jones
Grey Jordan
Christopher Kariotis
Joseph Kariotis
Michael Kariotis
Sean Kavanaugh
Gavin King
Kasey Kissner
Chase Kolssak
Charlotte Kozak
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Theodore Kurtzweil
Nathaniel Lee
Matthew McDermott
Jack McNeil
Timothy Miller
Aidan Minihane
Victoria Molak
Ryan Mulvey
Samantha Ognar
Jack Paloyan
Charlotte Peschke
Brayden Rank
Patrick Reaves
Austin Rudd
Margaret Schauwecker
Lukas Schlauch
Alexandra Schumacher
Elizabeth Sible
Anne Stauder
Nicholas Tauber
Jonathan Tschanz
Jasmine Walsh
Ian Wawrzyn
Clare Weasler
seek, share, rejoice - congratulations and blessings!
Our Religious Education First Communicants
Mia Adams
Walden Agustin
Charles Ahearn
Meghan Anderson
Jenna Ascher
Bailey Baker
Chloe Beach
Mackenzie Blacklidge
Andrew Bonvechio
Lourdes Bouchard
Joshua Brinati
Jake Browne
Kaitlyn Burns
Lindsey Bycraft
Miles Canning
Madeline Chavanu
Nathan Chung
Elliot Ciolek
Peter Cios
Lucas Cless
Sean Crawford
Michael Crowe
Timothy Crowe
Reese Dahlberg
Anatole Decroos
Ryan Dimberg
Liam Dizon
Mimi Downing
Carlin Endre
Chloe Evans
Jenevieve Frese
Ciaran Gausselin
Kaitlin Glynn
James Gonzales
Gia Gorski
Luke Gorski
Laila Grodecki
Isaac Gustilo
John Heggie
Isadora Hernandez
Macy Heublein
Kathleen Hiltebrand
Aseret Howe
Cara Johnson
Liam Johnson
Peyton Kelly
Kara King
Nolan Kuhn
Spencer Kuhn
Phoebe Laurencelle
Henry Lemmon
Andrew Lomer
Ryan Longstreth
Gabriella Lund
Alyssa Machado
Johanna Machado
Philip Maita
Joseph Marquardt
Louis Martinez-Scarampi
Joseph McCann
Maya McKittrick
Braden Mendoza
Addison Montoya
Carter Moss
Daniel Murphy
Owen Murphy
Liam Newman
Sara Noble
Londyn Norman
Foster Noshay
John Palmer
Freya Pederson
Grace Penne
Anthony Pinto
Charlie Preston
Jack Rahija
Audrey Reid
Sebastian Rodriguez
Bradford Shaw
John Stefani
Lila Su
Anne Sullivan
Alexa Takhtehchian
Ana Tamo
Griffin Taylor
Connor Thompson
Molly Tomczyk
Jessica Traub
Charlotte Trauscht
Rachel Turner
Jesse Vick
Rebecca Wagner
Townsend Walter
Grace Wehrle
Sophia Weiss
Jimmy Wendell
Patrick Wilkins
Madeleine Wold
Claire Wyngarden
Danielle Zagone
Thank you to our First
Communion Catechists:
Sherry Allen
Elaine Battaglia
Rachel Canning
Lynn Condon
Sarafina DiCesare
Jeri Grein
Diane (Dee) Hilbert
Deborah Jordan
Deacon Dave Kalina
Mary Beth Kalina
Melinda Pielach
Mary Kate Russell
Tina Russell
Jack Sundstrom
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EVOLVE Adult Education Presents
You Might Be Interested In..
God Is Far More Present in
Your Life Than You Realize!
With Father Larry McBrady
Saturday, May 14, McDonnell Hall, 9:30 a.m.
What is the meaning of your life? That was all - a simple
question; one that tended to close in on one with years.
The great revelation had never come. The great revelation perhaps never did come. Instead there were little
daily miracles, illuminations, matches struck unexpectedly in the dark. - Virginia Woolf
How are our unexpected thoughts, our hopes, our focus in prayer actually signs inviting us to recognize God
already at work within each of us?
Fr. McBrady will lead us in a morning focused on listening to the presence of the Holy Spirit within us.
There will be a writing exercise as part of the presentation. Please bring a pen and some paper with you.
SPecial REligious Development Mass
Please join us in faith and fellowship on Sunday,
May 15 at our 9:30 a.m. Mass.
SPRED is a parish based small community of
faith serving people with intellectual disabilities/
special needs (our friends), their families and
catechists. SPRED or Special Religious Development is based upon an experiential and symbolic
catechesis model known as the “Vivre” method.
It is respectful and sensitive to the needs of our
friends; it is a heartfelt experience.
Comfortable within the peaceful environment and
the welcoming context of friendship developed in
our SPRED Community, our friends have a home
within our parish. Participation in SPRED can lead
to greater inclusion within the larger congregation as the sessions include elements familiar to
church.
About the Presenter: Fr. Larry McBrady is a priest
of the Archdiocese of Chicago. Ordained in 1971, he
currently serves as a spiritual director for priests and
is the Archbishop’s consultant to the priests’ Retirement Process. Previously, Fr. McBrady was pastor of
St.Elizabeth Seton parish, Orland Hills and, prior to
that, he served as Vicar for Priests for the Achdiocese.
Fr. McBrady has been a spiritual director for almost
40 years during which time he has conducted retreats
and parish missions and is a frequent speaker on topics pertaining to deepening one’s awareness of God’s
presence among us. Members of the OLPH community
may recall that Fr. McBrady served as weekend presider at our parish from 2010 until 2014. He currently
assists at Immaculate Conception-St. Joseph on the
near north side of Chicago.
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SPRED masses also provide an opportunity for
comfortable participation within the larger congregation. These special Masses engage our friends,
their families and the entire parish.
Women's Club Spring Dinner, May 18
The OLPH Women's Club invites you to attend
their Spring Dinner at the Valley Lo Club, 2200
Tanglewood Drive, Glenview.
The dinner will honor 2016 Service Award Recipient Patricia Cullen. The incoming Board of Directors of the Women's Club will also be installed:
Cocktails and dinner are at 6:30 p.m. with the
presentation at 7:00 p.m.
Purchase tickets online by visiting
olphglenview.org/ministries/womens-club
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Parish Giving Update
Thank you for your support of the parish last
month. As you know, the General Offertory, consisting of Sunday and Holy Day collections, funds all
our ministries and our First Fruits program. We rely
on your generosity.
April
APRIL 2016
Year-to-Date
INCREASE
JULY '15 - APRIL '16
Donations to General Offertory $202,127
INCREASE
$2,451,285
6% to First Fruits $12,128
$147,077
April Charities: Sharing Parishes and
Church in Eastern Europe
Net Donations to Church $273,681
$2,304,208
APRIL 2015
JULY '14 - APRIL '15
April Collection Last Year $271,094
$2,388,853
6% to First Fruits $16,236
Net Donations to Church $254,858
$143,451
$18,823
7.4%
$2,245,402
$58,806
2.6%
For more information about our Planned Offertory
Program and Electronic Giving, contact
Nancy Schwider, [email protected]
Welcome
We Want Your Feedback
Recently Registered Parishioners
Take the New Parishioner Survey
Molly & John Arranz and Family
Have you joined Our Lady of Perpetual Help Parish in the
last three years? We want to hear from you.
Jennifer & Robert Campanella and Family
Cathleen & Omar Daghestani and Family
To better serve new parishioners and to evaluate our current processes, we ask that you complete a brief (5 minute)
survey online.
Jennifer & Michael DeCleene
Take the survey at:
Sharon Folliard & Lance Driskill and Family
www.olphglenview.org/welcome
Dolores & Norman Kaner
Your answers will be confidential unless you choose to
identify yourself. Please submit your responses by Monday,
May 16.
Laura Castillo & Daniel Dresser
Christine & Russ Lake and Family
Kathleen & Thomas Lesniak
Nahrain & Eric Markey and Family
Noelle & Richard Martini and Family
Mrs. Margaret Sala Tadlock and Family
Contact Natalie Conseur [email protected] with
any questions or to have the survey emailed to you.
Thank you for your participation,
The OLPH Engagement Committee
Korin & Gavin Walters and Family
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Totus Tuus
June 19 - 24, 2016
Still accepting registrations!
Summer Faith Camp
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Daytime program for elementary
and middle school.
Evening program for teens.
Led by enthusiastic and faithful
young adults.
Fun activities and faith building.
Registration Fees: $50 for day
program, $20 for evening
TO REGISTER:
Pick up a brochure in church today!
Or contact Vivi Lato at [email protected]
for more information.
Totus Tuus is dedicated to proclamation
of the Gospel and promoting the
Catholic faith.
Men's Club Kick-Off
Join us for this All-Parish Event! This Tuesday, May 10
You won't want to miss the Men's Club Kick-Off Party on Tuesday, May 10 at the Valley Lo Club 2200 Tanglewood Dr, Glenview.
Doors will open at 6:30 pm. Admission is free to all men and women
of the parish.
Above:Guests at the 2014 Kick-Off Party.
Below: The Block Party, an annual Men's
Club event organized for the enjoyment
of the whole parish.
The OLPH Men's Club proudly announces that Ms. Lori Parsek will
be recognized for her outstanding contribution to OLPH School and
Parish over many years. Ms. Parsek will receive the Zanoni Award at
the Men's Club Kick-Off Party.
At the Kick-Off, the Men's Club will also present to Sister Paulanne
a check that will be donated to the Sisters of St. Francis Retirement
Fund in honor of and in the name of Maximo "Tony" Rivera.
Donations to the Men's Club will go to the funding of this gift and
many other parish and school programs that this organization supports.
In appreciation, individual and corporate donors will be acknowledged on a "Donor Board" displayed at the event and also published in the event program.
Look for a sponsorship form at
www.olphglenview.org/ministries/mens-club.
Contact: Bob Hicks at 847-724-5993 or Don Farrell at 847-564-0935.
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announcements
U.S. MILITARY PRAYER LIST
Community Announcements
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
LTC Thomas Vogel
LTC Daniel Vogel
Keep Hope Alive Benefit, May 10
US AIR FORCE
1st Lt Brian Joseph Anderson
SSgt Jon Billie
1st Lt McCall Casas
TSgt Richard Nash
Major Reid Orth
Major Lowell Wallace, Overseas
US NAVY
IT2 James Kowalski, Overseas
Lt. John O’Hagan, Afghanistan
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
Tuesday, May 10 from 6:30 - 9:00 pm, Saint Ignatius
College Prep, 1076 West Roosevelt Rd., Chicago. Free
parking will be available. Join your host, Archbishop
Cupich in support and celebration of the Archdiocese
of Chicago Office for Immigrant Affairs’ work with
immigrants. Proceeds will directly support Archdiocesan ministry to immigrants. Get more information or
purchase tickets for $150 each at www.catholicsandimmigrants.org or contact Mark Goebel at 312-5348383 or [email protected]
Mass Honoring St. Dymphna, May 16
The Chicago Archdiocese Commission for Mental
Illness and the St. Dymphna Society will sponsor a
Mass for people with mental illness at Queen of All
Saints Basillica, 6280 N.Sauganash Ave., at 8:45 am
on Monday, May 16. St. Dymphna is the patroness of
those suffering with mental illness. For more information call 773-777-6022.
For the Least Retreat, June 4-5
Looking to connect with others in their 20s and 30s
who care about issues of justice? Want to reflect on
your experiences of service in light of the Gospel and
Catholic Social Teaching? Join Charis, Old St. Patrick’s
Church, and Bellarmine Jesuit Retreat House for this
24 hour retreat hearing talks from other young adults,
learn from the experiences of others, and reflect on
what you can do in response to injustice in your daily
life. Visit charis.org for more information and to register.
For revisions or updates to this list contact:
Geof & Cathy Lutz [email protected]
847-724-8218.
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our weekly intentions
Remember Our Sick
Sunday, May 8
Keeley Barr
Gabriella Barretto
Coty Cottle
Patricia Catarello
Pat Cullen
Laura Bartosz Dinelli
Bob Gregg
Meghan Healy
Rosemarie Hogg
Pat Kelley
Barbara Kramer
Jeanie McInerney
Infant Molly Anne McKenna
7:30
Judith Nani
Mary Carol O'Brien
Lukas Parsek
Pat Reagan
Noreen Ritt
Infant Mary Elizabeth Roland
Mary Alice Sexton
Celeste Sieracki
Liz Smith
Patrick Stein
Tony Thomas
Ed Tracz
Our Beloved Deceased
Bob Pasquesi, husband of Janet
Marion Karl
Mary Anne Lennahan, mother of Mark Heckler
Recent Baptisms
Brendan Patrick, son of Jennifer (Biebel) Connor and
Peter Connor
Mac Thomas, son of Elizabeth (Zande) Jacobsen and
Robert Jacobsen
George Henry, son of Molly (O’Loughlin) Pajauskas
and John Pajauskas
Henry Magnuson, son of Emily (Magnuson) Rapp and
Wayne Rapp III
Walter Emerson, son of Emily (Magnuson) Rapp and
Wayne Rapp III
Emilia Jennifer, daughter of Jill (Thompson) Waldeck
and Jess Waldeck
Upcoming Weddings
III
II
II
I
Joseph Prokop & Leslie Geberbauer
Charles Cummings & Lori Barker
Megan Fischl & Andrew Zeiser
Betsy Luka & Abilash Abraham
Michael & Patrick Berg, Jeanne L.Thome and
Sigmund & Cecelia Williams (Fr. Lara)
9:30 Ch Margaret Hogan and Sydney Hass Corbett (Fr. Kartje)
9:30 Mc Gail Kelly and Edward Donnellan (Fr. Paddy)
11:00
Marian Riordan and Meg Marquette (Fr. Kostyk)
12:30
Frank & Margaret Gillespie and James Ahern, Sr. (Fr. Kostyk)
6:00
Concetta Giuduce and Bonnie Jean Burk (Fr. Boland)
Monday, May 9
6:30
8:30
John Collins and Karen Caputo & Family
Felice Gavin and Nanding Concepcion
Tuesday, May 10
6:30
8:30
Mary Francis
Thomas F. Buri and Thomas F. Dee
Wednesday, May 11
6:30
8:30
Max (Tony) Rivera
Chuck & Janelle Boedicker and Lorene Stach (MFTL)
Thursday, May 12
6:30
8:30
John Lee Shelburn
Reggie Spiewak and Felice Gavin
Friday, May 13
6:30
8:30
Living and Deceased Members of OLPH
Peter Sparrow and Robert Pasek
Saturday, May 14
6:30
8:30
1:00
5:00
Living and Deceased Members of OLPH
Mary Callaghan and Gabriel Lorenzo
Prokop ~ Geberbauer Wedding
Harold Schmidt and James McNamara (Fr. Hickey)
Sunday, May 15
7:30
9:30 Ch
9:30 Mc
11:00
12:30
6:00
Eugene B. Cizynski and Beth Robertson (Fr. Lara)
Rosemary Collins and Michael Lanphere (Fr. Boland)
Living and Deceased Members of OLPH (Fr. Lara)
Ellen Cusack and Joseph Miller (Fr. Paddy)
Richard O’Berheim, J.T. Foley and Nimat Tarazi (Fr. Kostyk)
William Burns and Vincent Cardenas-Guerro (Fr. Kartje)
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
WEBSITE olphglenview.org
FACEBOOK.COM/olphglenview
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]
Cherie DiCesare, Director of Religious Education
847-998-5289 [email protected]
Luana Lienhart, OFS, LCSW Parish Social Worker
[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
Luana Lienhart, OFS, LCSW
847-729-1525 ext 15
[email protected]
Confidential Assistance
Sister Paulanne
847-724-2044
Counseling Services
Mary Butler, LLPC, LMFT
224-420-1279
[email protected]
Divorce Support Group
Val Spingola, LCSW
847-826-3566
[email protected]
Domestic Violence Ministry
Brian Herrle
908-448-6713
[email protected]
Homebound/Hospital Visits
Rick Nash
847-651-8718
[email protected]
Respect Life
Monica Cassidy
847-724-7206
[email protected]

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