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Summertime - Our Lady of Perpetual Help
13TH SUNDAY
IN ORDINARY TIME
OLPH
JUNE 26, 2016
Seek, Share, Rejoice!
Loving / Sharing / Praying Together
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Live in the sunshine
Swim in the sea.
Drink the wild air.
Ralph Waldo Emerson
LAKE MICHIGAN
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
Dear Parishioners,
Father Jerry Boland
Thoughts on
Today's Gospel
Today’s Gospel reveals to
us the beginning of Jesus’
journey to Jerusalem. We
will journey with Jesus for
many Sundays to come,
and along the way he
will teach us about the
demands of discipleship.
His instructions may seem
harsh and unreasonable
to our ears. His response
to legitimate requests
to postpone the journey
reminds us that there are
always justifiable excuses
to defer the journey or
put off the responsibilities
of discipleship. Other
important matters
compete for our attention.
Some of us must make
heart-wrenching choices,
but there is urgency about
Jesus’ mission to bring
forth God’s kingdom.
His demand is that we
proclaim the Kingdom of
God now. Is this our first
priority, or do we have
other priorities?
© 2016 International Catholic
Stewardship Council
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“Live by the Spirit!” These words from
this weekend’s second reading uplift
us. The Spirit has and will continue
to guide the life of the Church and
our individual journeys of faith.
Summer can be a time of recharging
our “batteries”. A time of renewing
ourselves is critical to being a healthy
person. The summer can provide the
space for a family to be together, we
can find time to renew friendships,
and we can be released for a bit, from
the pressures of keeping up. Summer
escapes can help us appreciate the
beauty of creation. We can experience
another culture or expand our sense
of history.
Some people have a hard time taking
time for themselves or their families.
On the other hand, I always get a
kick out of people who spend several
weeks or months away but seem to
resent others who are taking time
to be “away”. I think of people that
are in high pressured jobs or a Mom
who has a house full of kids and the
importance for them to find time to
relax and find rest. If you find yourself
critical of others or just unable to
justify some get away time, “live by
the Spirit”, Jesus certainly took time to
withdraw and replenish His Spirit. He
didn’t need other people’s approval.
Don’t let the summer pass without
taking some time for yourself.
This week we had a wonderful
time participating in the Totus Tuus
program for young people. It was a
joy having the kids around to play,
celebrate their faith and enjoy the first
week of summer vacation. I am so
grateful to Vivi Lato who makes this
all happen. She has a great ability to
bring the whole thing together. I am
grateful to Fr. Lara for his leadership
and presence. I am also grateful to
the missionary team of young adults
who were awesome. Their energy and
genuine faith was an inspiration. They
made something as simple as making
the sign of the cross a blast!
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I had a wonderful visit this week with
Fr. Thinnes, who has had to deal with
so many health issues. I have known
Fr. Thinnes for many years and I have
always admired his personal courage,
deep faith and intellect. He is living
at St. Benedict’s nursing home and
rehabilitation center. Fr. John Flavin
lives there as well. Fr. Thinnes longs
for the day he will be able to celebrate
Mass with us again. If you can,
he would love to hear from you as
would Father Flavin. Their address is;
Presence St. Benedict, 6930 W Touhy,
Niles IL, 60714.
It is hard to believe that Sr. Marie
Krippner has been at the Motherhouse
for a little over a year. How much
I miss her! I know she has deeply
appreciated the many ways that OLPH
has reached out to her. While her
address is in Milwaukee her parish is
OLPH! If you would like to write her,
the address is; Sr. Marie Krippner OSF,
Sacred Heart Center, 1545 Layton
Blvd, Milwaukee, WI, 53215.
The Parish Transformation Initiative
met this week to complete our plan
for the future. I am truly grateful to all
the parishioners who participated.
The action plan includes efforts that
could guide the future of the parish on
many levels. In the coming weeks the
plan will be presented to Bishop Kane,
our Vicar. After he accepts it, we
will begin presenting the plan to the
whole parish.
This week we celebrate the feast day
of Our Lady of Perpetual Help with a
novena to our parish patron. We have
such a beautiful icon of her in the Lady
Chapel that was a gift to the parish
from Loretta Garvey who recently
passed away.
Our lady of Perpetual Help,
Pray for Us!
Fr. Jerry
seek, share, rejoice - spiritual engagement
Feast of Our Patroness
Monday, June 27 is the Feast of Our Lady of Perpetual Help and the 150th Jubilee Anniversary of Restoration
of the Original Icon
This month marks the restoration to public devotion of the original icon of Our Mother of Perpetual Help in
the Church of St. Alphonsus Ligouri in Rome. To honor this important Jubilee Anniversary, Father Isaac Lara
and several parishioners have called upon the powerful intercession of Our Lady for the nine days leading up to
the Feast. Join him one last time following the 7:30 Mass on Sunday, June 26
Feast of Our Lady of Perpetual Help Celebration - Monday, June 27
9:00 a.m. The Holy Rosary followed by prayers of thanksgiving
9:30 a.m. Fellowship Breakfast served in the South Lobby courtesy of the Rectory
Breakfast will also be served after the 6:30 a.m. Mass
PROJECT LINUS
Wednesday – June 29
9:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
Please plan to join us to
help to provide cheerful
patchwork blankets for
needy infants and children!
Project Linus has fun and
helpful jobs for everyone,
and the ability to use a
sewing machine is not
required. Friends old & new
are always welcome!
Meeting will be held in the
Dussman Room of the
Lafayette Building
For more information,
please call Project
Linus Coordinator,
Esther Behnke:
Mobile: 847-767-1404
Home: 847-498-4178
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
Sr. Paulanne Shares Her Concerns
Thank you for your great support of the Needy Family Fund, which responds to the needs of people in our Parish
and Community. It has been a difficult year, with more people cut to part time with no benefits. People struggle
every day because the State has cut funding.
Senior citizens are going without their medication because they cannot afford it. Mothers do not have enough
formula, diapers, or food to feed their children. The school lunches are over. Day Care has been cut from the
State budget for single mothers who have no place to take their children. They are using rent money to provide a
safe place for their children when they work and therfore they become homeless. Twenty-five percent of children
under the age of six are malnourished and 1.6 percent of children are homeless in our country. We need to help
provide the basic necessities for our community. Please help with a gift card so a child does not go hungry.
May God bless you generously for making a difference!
Sr. Paulanne
Sharing Updates
and Opportunities
S.O.S. For Food
Consider the needy alongside your own household
when grocery shopping. Pick up a few items for
someone you don’t even know and make the difference
in their day!
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
The Ten Commandments of Sharing
To facilitate the Sharing process, please consider the
guidelines outlined below.
1. Non-perishable food items continue to be our
greatest need. Please donate items with their
original seal and within their expiration date. Avoid
glass containers.
2. Please consider the dignity of the needy when
evaluating what to donate. Ask yourself whether
you would be comfortable passing an item on to
someone you know.
3. When donating your gently worn, clean clothing,
please remove from hangers and deliver them to
the Sharing Room folded in boxes or bags, keeping
weight manageable for our volunteers. All types
of clothing are welcome with the exception of
undergarments (men’s undershirts are welcome).
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.
4. Shoes should be gently worn.
Volunteers are needed on Marquard service on
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..
6. Contact the Parish Office for donation of larger
furnishings. We will then call you to discuss the
items. Please do not deliver furniture or appliances
to the Sharing Room without authorization.
Contact Terri Guercio, 847-729-5916 or
[email protected] to volunteer.
8. We do find homes for most books but are unable to
find outlets for encyclopedias and textbooks.
5. Small household items in clean, good condition are
welcome. Small appliances need to be complete
and in working order. We cannot accept TVs.
7. We can only accept NEW toys.
9. Please do not donate redecorating materials (used
paint, wallpaper, tile…) or construction materials.
10. The dumpsters outside the Sharing Room doors
fill routinely with items we do not feel comfortable
passing on. This creates an unnecessary expense
and reduces funds for the poor.
Thank you for your consideration of these guidelines!
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seek, share, rejoice - parish news and notes
OLPH Religious Education
For students in grades PK through 8
Registration for 2016-17
Registration forms for the 2016-2017 RE school year are
now available.
•
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.
CRHP
2016
Retreat for Women, September 24-25
All women of the parish are invited to our next Christ
Renews His Parish (CRHP) weekend at Techny Towers in
Northbrook.
Dates: Saturday and Sunday, September 24 and 25. This
is a special time for you to set aside for faith enrichment
and personal growth.
Contact Colleen Huffman 847-832-9532
[email protected] for more information.
Retreat for Men, October 22-23
All men of the parish are invited to join fellow parishioners
for a two-day, one-night spiritual renewal.
Date: Saturday and Sunday, October 22-23, 2016
Location: Bellarmine Retreat House, Barrington Illinois.
Contact Marty Kearney 312.550.3039 [email protected]
Marathon Opportunity
Attention Runners: You can still get into the 2016
Bank of America Chicago Marathon when you sign
up to run for Mercy Home for Boys & Girls today.
Father Boland with R.E. students at the Birthday Boxes
service project this past spring.
Parent Volunteers and Catechists Needed
We need and encourage parent volunteers at all levels.
Each child has only 1 ½ hours per week so it is crucial
for us to have enough catechists to keep class size
limited. Please consider giving your time to pass on our
Catholic faith to the children. We will provide you with
all the support you need. You may be surprised at how
effective you will be with our well defined curriculum
and the shared ideas from our experienced teachers.
Previous teaching experience is not required, just a
desire to help our children grow in their faith.
You’ll have an incredible training and race-day
experience, while supporting a home for abused
children. Your last chance to become a Mercy
Home Hero for kids is June 21!
No matter what your running experience, Mercy
Home will give you all of the resources you need to
cross the finish line on October 9.
Take the first step now. It will change your life – and
the life of a child. But hurry – you must sign up by
June 21.
To learn more and to sign up, visit
mercyhomehero.com
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seek, share, rejoice - school news
Congratulations to the following students for making Fourth Quarter Honor Roll:
8th Grade:
Lilliann Awdisho
Mary Boesen
Zach Boylen
Audrey Brett
Leo Brett
Kelli Christ
Courtney Cochico
Henry Collins
Steven Dales
Mary Kate Daly
Libby Downey
Isabel Garvey
Henry Gilroy
Kate Goldberg
Emily Hendrick
Meghan Keefe
Sarah Keefe
Will Keenan
Jonathan Koh
Kate Kurkowski
Ashlynn Lally
Meg McCall
Lucas Mortenson
Abby Mowinski
Grace Murnane
Jack Nimesheim
Katie Penn
Jack Posner
Ezzie Posner
Alison Reeve
Molly Saletta
Caleigh Schmidt
Analiese Terrell
Tom Vorisek
Joey Walker
Peter Weatherhead
Grace Wetoska
Owen Zidar
7th Grade:
Lila Acott
Jared Baffa
Alex Brennan
Anna Cahill
7th Grade (cont.):
Patsy Carolan
Ashley Carr
Eileen Clifford
Sarah Clingan
Claire Daly
Eloise Denker
Sophie DiVito
Sean Dougherty
Jenna Dungca
Mary Dunn
Claire Engels
Jack Garrigus
Elizabeth Guttschow
Will Harlan
Ava Harmer
Grace Hiatt
Caroline Humphrey
Eleanor Jackson
Jamila Jusino
Allie Just
Sarine Kalayjian
Maddie Kenny
Jacob Kinzler
David Kolssak
Mary Lato
Juan Lillig
Mariana Lillig
Isabella Lombardo
Alyson Ludden
Sara MacDonald
Anthony Maiorca
Mia Marchiori
Erin McCarthy
Lily McNaughton
Caroline Mitchell
Mitchell Mortenson
Braden Mullen
Allison Mulvey
Thomas O’Gara
Joey Paxson
Annie Redfern
Emily Rivero
Shannon Robson
Silvana Scarsella
7th Grade (cont.):
Emmaline Schuh
Ty Shagory
Mary Bridget Shaughnessy
Mack Smith
Nick Stone
Nate Van Zelst
Aidan Wahlert
Olivia Wahlert
Cecilia Ward
Emma Weatherhead
Hunter Weisensel
Ben Zummo
Jessica Schmidt
Kelly Schultz
Anne Shaughnessy
Mary Stauder
CeCe Stefo
Sean Sullivan
Tricia Thein
Anna Unger
Gavin Velasco
Clara Wawrzyn
Mark Wetoska
Thomas Whelan
Liam Zidar
6th Grade:
5th Grade:
Sofia Anthony
Liliane Aquino
Emily Bechtoldt
Maggie Boyle
Sean Burden
Owen Coleman
Annmarie Collins
Patrick Condon
Theo Conroy
Timothy Cooper
Molly Doell
Benjamin Downey
Tatum Fullett
Ines Galiano
Connor Garrigus
Peter Gilroy
Caroline Gubbins
Mary Claire Hendrick
Aidan King
Regan Koh
Karly Kolssak
Stephen Lombardo
Mikey McCarthy
Eva McHugh
Quinn Nimesheim
Emma Novy
Matthew O’Brien
Ava Placio
Michael Reeve
Michael Regan
Catherine Burke
Ryan Cowen
Mia DiVito
Hope Donnelly
Mary Doran
Berkley-Ayne Dorsten
Jacque Gariepy
Ryan Green
Ethan Guttschow
David Hiatt
Vishal Joseph
Vivek Joseph
Dylan King
Gwyneth Kinzler
Maria Lillig
James Lombardo
John McCormick
Lillian McGarry
Michael McNaughton
Haley McNeil
Michael McNeil
Claire Murnane
Matthew Nugent
Julia Mae Sassaman
Mackenzie Schuh
Kara Tschanz
Allie Varela
Charlotte Wahlert
Jack Wetoska
Sam Zummo
Enrolling Now for Fall ’16
Preschool-8th Grade
Visit our website, www.olph-il.org
Contact Admissions to schedule a tour
847-724-6990
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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
CPL 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
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
Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat
The Glenview Theatre Guild presents a wonderful
musical adaptation of the Biblical story. Tickets
are $20 in advance and $22 at the door. Groups
of 15 or more are $17 each. Showtimes: 7:30
p.m., Fridays and Saturdays, June 24 through July
9, and 2 p.m., Sundays, June 26 and July 3, at
Glenbrook South High School, 4000 W Lake Ave.
For additional information, visit gtgonstage.com.
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.
Volunteer Opportunity with Women's Center
Starting now, your help is needed to prepare 8,000
bottles for the Women's Center Baby Bottle Campaign by cleaning, tagging, and boxing them so
they can be used for spare change campaigns at
churches and schools. We are located at 5116 N.
Cicero Avenue. Hours are flexible but shifts of
9 am-12 pm, 1-4 pm, or 9 am-5 pm are welcome. If
you are interested in lending a hand on this special
project, please contact Paige at 773.794.8807.
Friday Night at the Movies, July 8
You are invited to the July movie at St. Isaac Jogues
parish. Movie Night is every second Friday at 7:00
pm. There is no charge, and the popcorn and soda
are free as well. The film that will be shown is "The
Young Messiah" that focuses on Jesus' childhood.
All films are presented on a giant, 10-foot-wide
movie screen in the Holy Family Room at St. Isaac
Jogues, 8149 W. Golf Road in Niles. Call 847-9658072 for more information.
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 am-1 pm.
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
Kip Alexander
Keeley Barr
Patricia Beckwith
Matt Collins
Coty Cottle
Jim Cottle
Pat Cullen
Kathy Gerage
Gertrude Gordon
Bob Gregg
Meghan Healy
Terry Hurley
Pat Kelley
Barbara Kramer
Jeanie McInerney
Judith Nani
Mary Carol O'Brien
Lukas Parsek
Paul Parsek
Pat Reagan
Noreen Ritt
Infant Mary Elizabeth Roland
Judith Santi
Liz Smith
Janet Sontag
Patrick Stein
Sue Sychowski
Ed Tracz
Andrea Zielinski
Our Beloved Deceased
Ann Kurtz
Candace Walsh, sister of Daniel
Sunday, June 26
7:30
Carol Ann O’Callaghan and Mary Cleary Mackie (Fr. Hickey)
9:30 ChEmily & Wesley Zoran and Peter Van Amberg Hasbrook, Sr.
(Fr. McGrath)
9:30 Mc Bob Pasquesi (Fr. Boland)
11:00 Ed Just and J.T. Foley (Fr. Paddy)
12:30 Frank & Frances Klesta and Millo Feretti (Fr. Hickey)
6:00
Nydia Gardner (MFTL) and Maria Del Carmen
Cruanes (Fr. Kartje)
Monday, June 27
6:30Jacqueline & David Behof 1st Wedding Anniversary
and L oretta Garvey
8:30
Wenzel & Hammel Families (MFTL), Edith Michelini
and Loretta Garvey,
Tuesday, June 28
6:30
8:30
John Dillon and Paul Miskella
Susan Castagna (MFTL)
Wednesday, June 29
6:30
8:30
Living and Deceased Members of OLPH
Ernesto Ampon and Tiburcio Bangit
Thursday, June 30
Recent Baptisms
6:30
8:30 Ginny McMahon
Mercedes Janschutz, Virginia Unger and Wayne Grein
Aubrey Grace, daughter of Megan (Philbin) Criscione
and Derek Criscione
Noah James, son of Megan (Philbin) Criscione
and Derek Criscione
Matthew Robert John, son of Courtney (Wolf)
Marrone and Jeffrey Marrone
Kendall Lee, daughter of Kristin (Bialk) McColgan
and Jared McColgan
Friday, July 1
Upcoming Weddings
7:30
9:30 Ch
9:30 Mc
11:00
12:30
6:00
III
II
I
Kerry Weber & Andrew Ekland
Jessica Eick & John Grenato
Gabriella Gobbo & Jared Smith
6:30
8:30
Living and Deceased Members of OLPH
Henrietta Goodworth and Thomas Kelly
Saturday, July 2
6:30
8:30
3:00
5:00
Living and Deceased Members of OLPH
Living and Deceased Members of OLPH
Weber ~ Ekland Wedding
Raymond McMahon and Dr. Antonio De Leon
Sunday, July 3
Betty Cannivet Murray and Orquidea Diaz
Ann Kaiser and Robert Carrane
Living and Deceased Members of OLPH
Thanksgiving and Bill Dolan
Maria Kalmar
Living and Deceased Members of OLPH
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
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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