I am the way - Holy Name Cathedral

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I am the way - Holy Name Cathedral
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17th Sunday in Ordinary Time
I
am
the way
At the name of Jesus, every knee should bend of those in Heaven and on
earth and under the earth. Philippians 2:10
PRESUMED QUESTIONS
Francis Cardinal George, Archbishop of Chicago, is
scheduled to offer the 12:10pm Mass on First Friday,
August 1. You are most welcome to join him in prayer.
Meanwhile, check-out the “Prayer of Transition” composed
by lay members of the Archdiocesan Pastoral Council on
page 3 of this bulletin. It is a very topical and well-written
expression of thanksgiving for what Cardinal George has
meant to the Chicago Church; of hope that the Cardinal
will find new ways to make Chicago’s Church even
stronger; and of anticipation awaiting Pope Francis’ choice of our next
Archbishop. Our own Parish Council has used that prayer at each meeting
since it was drafted; our staff has used it, too. Make it a part of your daily
prayers.
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In mid-summer, I often take the opportunity to answer various questions about
the Cathedral’s parish life that sometimes we mistakenly presume can be
answered by anyone who is a Holy Name regular.
Mass of Christmas have been at home in the chapel. This First Friday, checkout the chapel.
What’s an “Ambry”? Several years ago, a three-box, traditional confessional
in the front right/south corner of the Cathedral was converted to three booths
with windows on the top portion which displayed large vases containing the
sacramental holy oils. That is the Ambry. Those oils are blessed each spring
on Tuesday of Holy Week by the Archbishop and distributed to the parishes,
chapels, and hospitals of the Archdiocese after that grand liturgy. At the
Cathedral, we keep the extra supply. The Oil of the Catechumens is used at
baptism with its promise that those about to be baptized will perceive things as
Christians perceive them – never limited by sin, never limited by death, but “as
they really are – infinite” (William Blake – The Marriage of Heaven and Hell).
The Oil of Chrism is placed the head of one baptized, on the forehead of one
Confirmed, on the hands of a man ordained a priest, over the head of a man
ordained a bishop. The Oil of the Sick is administered during the Anointing of
the Sick, on the head and on the hands. Those are powerful sacramentals
stored at the Cathedral.
What is the story behind the great organ in the west gallery of Holy Name
Cathedral? Given generously in 1989 by Alice O'Malley Robinson on her 101st
Is the parking lot across State Street operated by Holy Name Cathedral? birthday in loving memory of her late husband, William Dunwoody Robinson,
Yes…and No. From Friday evening through Sunday and on every weeknight the Flentrop Organ is Holy Name Cathedral’s principal instrument. The entire
organ was handmade at the workshops of Flentrop Orgelbouw in Zaandam,
evening, Monteray Security is employed by Holy Name to supervise the lot.
Holland, including the hand carved decorations, pipe shades and gilded facade
Anyone coming to a regularly scheduled weekend Mass at the Cathedral, as
long as there is room, is welcome to park a car in our lot. Guests at weddings pipes. The organ case is made entirely of solid French oak, quarter-sawn. Both
are welcome as well for both the rehearsal and the wedding itself. Even Friday the playing action and the stop action are mechanical. The wind system
consists of three wedge-bellows, supplying a wind pressure of 78mm for the
evening rehearsals with guests going to a rehearsal dinner in the area are
manuals, and 80mm for the pedal. The temperament is equal at A-440. The
usually allowed to leave the car in the lot during dinner as long as the family
instrument comprises 71 stops, 117 ranks, 5,558 pipes, distributed over four
checks with the priest or deacon ahead of time. (That is an advantage over
weddings scheduled for the St. James Chapel at the Quigley Center on Rush manuals and pedal. Manual compass 56 notes, pedal compass 30 notes, flat
pedalboard. Dr. H. Ricardo Ramirez and David Jonies are the full-time
Street; they may not use the Cathedral lot for either the rehearsal or the
musicians who regularly play the Flentrop. This year, it is 25 years old, our
wedding, and their guests must pay to park in a neighborhood lot.) Leaving
silver treasure.
cars in the lot during the wedding receptions is not allowed for Cathedral
weddings; we need the lot for later weddings and for the 5:15 and 7:30 Vigil
Was there ever a regularly-scheduled foreign language Mass at Holy
Masses. The smaller lots facing Dearborn are ours, too. They are accessed
through the mid-block alley off either Superior or Chicago. Yes and No? The Name? I don’t think so. Still, in the 1960s and 1970s, there were many
Hispanic households living near Holy Name. When Father Timothy Lyne
NO applies to weekdays. The Archdiocese controls the lots on weekdays
when most of the parked cars belong to employees of the pastoral center (who started as administrator of the parish in 1966, he had two South American
Augustinian priests stationed here to handle requests for Spanish-language
all have stickers in their windshields) or identified guests with business at the
Pastoral Center on Rush Street. The southeast corner of the lot, protected by marriages, funerals, and baptisms. When those priests boldly requested
Cardinal Cody to give them the administration of a parish to conduct and
fencing, is used by the Cathedral employees with windshield stickers, folks
with appointments at the Cathedral offices (we tell the guard who we expect), support their ministry, the Cardinal refused. He phoned Father Lyne,
funeral-goers, and scheduled Mass-goers only during the Masses. You cannot administrator of the Cathedral, and told him he just fired his Spanish-speaking
Augustinians. Lyne was in a panic. Cardinal Cody asked, “Who do you
go to 7:00am Mass and then to breakfast; or 12:10 Mass, then shopping.
Msgr. Pat Hayes, my predecessor in the 1950s & 1960s wisely bought most of want?” Father Lyne asked for Father Joe Kinane, a Chicago priest well-versed
in Spanish. Look in the sacramental records of Holy Name Cathedral from
that block; the Archdiocese since then has acquired more. Someday, there
1966-1970, and you will see Father Joe Kinane’s name attached to hundreds
will be below-ground parking, income-producing retail space at ground level,
of marriages, funerals, and baptisms involving people whose names ended in
condos or rentals (also income generating), maybe office space, and a plaza
across State Street. When? Not during my time at Holy Name. However, the “Z” – Rodriguez, Ruiz, Hernandez, Ramirez, Vazquez, Sanchez, and others.
The neighborhood has changed again. There certainly are Hispanics, some of
day will come. I just pray that the powers-that-will-be never hide our historic
our more prominent parishioners. Yet there is little need for Spanish-language
Cathedral behind a wall of buildings on State. If you have questions about
Sacraments.
parking, please ask me or my right-hand, Administrative Chief of Staff and
Deacon Stan Strom.
Is there a “chapel” at Holy Name? Yes. Most people have never seen the
chapel constructed in 1968-1969 in back of the sanctuary on the right/south
side. The best time to see it is on 1st and 3rd Fridays when it is open from 8:30
until after the 5:15pm Mass for adoration of the Blessed Sacrament ending
with Benediction conducted by one of our deacons. Originally it was added to
the Cathedral during the ’68-69 renovation for baptisms and small Masses.
Although most baptisms with more in attendance now are held in the Cathedral
itself, small gatherings (less than 40) can be accommodated cozily in the
chapel. Small FXW school Masses, lightly attended funerals, wakes, private
weddings, staging of decorations before Easter and Christmas, Adoration,
some of the Cardinal’s press conferences, and the location of Father Greg
Sakowicz’s the over 25-year “play-by-play” call of the Cathedral’s Midnight
Let’s give tribute to Father Joe Kinane, the frustrated Augustinian priests, and
those who gave service to Holy Name Cathedral of multi-ethnic yesteryear.
- Msgr. Dan Mayall
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Prayer of Transi on
God most merciful and wise,
Bless Cardinal Francis George as he prepares to
conclude his ministry among us as our bishop. Give
him strength and wisdom to con nue to serve your
people in new ways.
Guide and direct our Holy Father, Pope Francis, with
the grace of the Holy Spirit to discern your will and to
appoint a bishop to serve your people in the
Archdiocese of Chicago.
Open the hearts of all your priests, deacons, and laity
in this local Church to receive a new shepherd with
joy and to collaborate with him in generosity.
Through the intercession of Mary, mother of the
Lord and mother of the Church, help us to find all our
joy and fulfillment in accomplishing your holy will.
We pray through our Lord Jesus Christ who lives and
reigns with you in the unity of the Holy Spirit, one
God, for ever and ever. Amen.
Registra on is currently being accepted for the Holy
Name Cathedral Religious Educa on Program.
Children in grades Pre-K through 8th who a end
public schools or who are otherwise educa on
outside the Catholic School system begin classes on
Sunday, September 7, 2014. Religious Educa on
classes are scheduled to meet from 9:15 to 10:45
a.m. in Francis Xavier Ward School, located just north
of the Cathedral’s main entrance on State Street.
You may enroll your child/children in any of three
ways:
1. You may call the Religious Educa on Office at
312-573-4478 and leave complete mailing
informa on;
2. You may pick up a registra on form in the
rectory at your convenience;
3. You may download a form at
www.holynamecathedral.org. (A copy of the
cer ficate of Bap sm must accompany
registra on forms of children who were not
bap zed at Holy Name Cathedral).
For more informa on, please contact Thomas L.
Aspell at 312-573-4478, or send an email to
[email protected]
Archdiocesan Pastoral Council
MASS INTENTIONS FOR THE WEEK ~ JULY 28, 2014
MONDAY
TUESDAY
WEDNESDAY
THURSDAY
FRIDAY
SATURDAY
6:00
Norbert & Muriel
O’Donnell
John Dempsey
Sr. Mary Agnes
Schmidt
Nicholas & Dolores
Matkovic
McGillicuddy
Family
7:00
Lydia B. &
Michael P. Murphy
Baby Dirodio
Di Niro - Pelligra
Family
Therese
McLaughlin
Mary Kowalkowski
8:00
Linda Cavida
Lydia B. &
Michael P. Murphy
Special Intention
Alfred San Martin
Sixto Cardenas
Thelma Dielago
12:10
Joseph J.
Bredemann
Mary O’Hara &
Family
Lydia B. &
Michael P. Murphy
Gerta Sprague
Maria Encarnado
Special Intention
5:15
Anthony & Mary
Aljinovic
Ceola Henderson
Dr. Joana
Danieleviciene
Bozena Wieslawa
Kasperczwk
Sixto Cardenas
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You’ve helped in the past. Will you help again?
Black Catholic Parishioners
The poor will always be with us, Jesus said in
Matthew’s Gospel. As we live and work and visit in this
neighborhood, we see so many people in need. And of
all the needs, food is the most basic.
BCP meets on the third Sunday of most months at 12:00 p.m. in
the rectory. Our next meeting is scheduled for August 17th. BCP is
busy planning our annual collection for Zacchaeus House and
House of Good Shepherd the last weekend of July (see article on
page 5) as well as the September 7th Wellness Fair and the
October 5th Parish TEA.
Our parish has had a long and effective commitment to
addressing the need for food. Numerous appeals,
including our recent Food Drive, are built into our
parish life. As we have asked your help in the past, we
are asking it again.
Every Thursday and Friday evening, our parish feeds
210 people each night. This program is sponsored by
our Human Concerns Commission and served by
volunteers since 2006. This outreach depends totally
on cash donations; no parish funds have ever been
spent.
As costs increase to supply meals to our guests, this
column is to ask you to consider making a donation.
Some donors are weekly, monthly, quarterly or
annually. Some are one-time only donors. Donations
range from $5 to $1,000; every penny of every
donation is spent only on these meals.
Please read the article on page 10; and if the Spirit
moves you, please consider a donation. Our guests will
be most grateful.
Cathedral Filipino Network
C.F.N. meets on the second Sunday of every month at 2:00 p.m.
in the rectory. Our next meeting is August 10th. At the July
meeting, new officers were elected for a two year term.
Congratulations to
Divina Arnecila, Chair
Zenny Villa-Ignacio, Vice Chair
Grace Villamora, Secretary
Nora Duldulao, Treasurer
Angie Duldulao, Membership Chair.
In August, C.F.N. begins its annual appeal as well as the planning
of Simbang Gabi (Dec. 15) and Santo Nino (Jan. 10).
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To help those who turn a house into a home
Remember Zacchaeus House? A former convent, now a
facility to assist men in transition from prison or from the
streets.
Remember House of Good Shepherd? A safe refuge for
families experiencing domestic violence; it is a 3 month
program to help families heal and begin a new life.
Once again this summer, our Black Catholic Parishioners
are sponsoring an appeal to assist them both on the
weekend of July 26 & 27. Printed below are their wish lists,
and cash donations and gift cards are also welcome.
Zacchaeus House
 For twin beds; sheets, blankets, mattress covers,
bedspreads
 Towels, washcloths, soap and shampoo
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
Catholic Bibles, spiritual reading and crucifixes
Pots, pans, microwaves
House of Good Shepherd
 Girls and Boys clothing all sizes

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


Soap, roll-on deodorant, sunscreen
Kitchen towels, aluminum foil, plastic food containers
Batteries, children’s DVDs
Copy paper all colors, pens & pencils
Rice, ketchup
Thank you for helping them turn the house into a home.
Due to limited storage, please do not bring these
needed items until that weekend.
Listed below is the scheduled liturgical music for The 17th Sunday in
Ordinary Time – (July 26 and 27, 2014).
Hymn
WORSHIP 615
The Kingdom of God
LAUDATE DOMINUM
Kyrie
WORSHIP 232
Glory to God
A Community Mass
This se ng can be located in the pew cards.
Responsorial Psalm 119
WORSHIP 918
Mass se ng
A Community Mass
Lamb of God Cantus Missae (WORSHIP 353)
Richard Proulx
Richard Proulx
ed. Vat. XVIII
Communion
An phon - Bless the Lord, o my soul, and never forget all his benefits.
Processional Hymn The Hand of the Lord Randolph Currie
Hymn
WORSHIP 560
Now Thank We All Our God
NUN DANKET
The Communion Hymn, The Hand of the Lord Feeds Us by Randolph
Currie is a hymn suited for the Eucharist. The text is adapted from Psalm
145, but, the melody is derived from the ancient Gregorian chant, Ecce
panis angelorum, the chant for the sequence for Corpus Chris .
FLENTROP ORGAN - The West Gallery Organ built by Flentrop Orgelbouw
was installed in 1989. This year marks the Twenty-Fi h Anniversary of
this famous installa on. The pipe organ was given to the Glory of God by
Alice O'Malley Robinson in Loving Memory of Her Husband, William
Dunwoody Robinson.
The en re instrument for the Cathedral was handmade at the workshops
of Flentrop Orgelbouw in Zaandam, Holland, including the hand carved
decora ons, pipe shades and gilded facade pipes. The organ case is made
en rely of solid French oak, quarter-sawn.
Both the playing ac on and the stop ac on are mechanical.
The wind system consists of three wedge-bellows, supplying a wind
pressure of 78mm for the manuals, and 80mm for the pedal. The
temperament is equal at A-440.
The instrument comprises 71 stops, 117 ranks, 5,558 pipes, distributed
over four manuals and pedal. Each manual compass 56 notes, the pedal
compass consists of 30 notes with a flat pedalboard.
The Cathedral Choral Ensembles are on summer status returning in the
fall. The cathedral parish is grateful for their dedicated and expert service
to the liturgical music this past choral year.
Singers interested in audi oning for the choirs can contact the music
office: [email protected] cathedral.org 312.573.4415. Audi ons for
Cathedral Singers, Women’s Schola and Cathedral Filipino Singers will be
held in mid August and in September.
Listen to the cathedral choirs’ recordings on Holy Name Cathedral web
site – Music – recordings.
Cathedral choral music recorded during liturgies at Holy Name Cathedral
can be heard by clicking on the cathedral website page for Music –
Recordings or on the following link:
h p://www.cathedralmusic.co/audio/
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HNC 7th Annual School Supply Drive Aug. 9/10, 2014
7th Annual School Supply Drive
On August 10/11, the Human Concerns Commission
will collect NEW school supplies and cash
donations to benefit Our Lady of Tepeyac High
School (2228 S. Whipple St.), one of three
underprivileged schools in the Archdiocese of
Chicago that will benefit from your generosity on Aug.
9/10.
Our Lady of Tepeyac is an all female collegepreparatory Catholic high school that has been
serving the Little Village neighborhood for over 85
years. Current enrollment comes from all over
Chicago. The student population is primarily Latina
and African American with most of the student’s
families falling below the poverty line. The school
maintains a 95% graduation rate compared to half
that rate on nearbly public high schools. In recent
years, 100% of graduates have enrolled in college,
with many students being the first in their families to
graduate high school. Besides new supplies, the
school is in need of SmartBoards for use in their
English classrooms. To learn more about Our Lady of
Tepeyac, visit www.ourladyoftepeyac.org.
Numerous volunteers are needed to collect
supplies and cash after each Mass on Aug. 9/10.
Please give a few minutes of your time. Contact John
Silver ([email protected]) or (312) 925-1075
to volunteer.
* Due to limited storage, please do not
bring supplies before August 9/10.
Looking for a job or career change?
The Career Fulfillment Community's August mee ng will be
held on Thursday, August 14 beginning at 6:30pm in our Parish
Center. Our workshop will focus on perfec ng interviewing
skills via mock interview sessions. Interviewers and
interviewees will prac ce the art of crea ng and delivering a
values statement (elevator pitch) which will help job seekers
brand and posi on themselves on a resume and on their
LinkedIn profiles, and also help develop excellent professional
rela onships.
Please join us, we always welcome new
members. Ques ons? Just email Barton Delacy at
[email protected]
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Thank you Hunger Walk Supporters!
The Human Concerns Commission
extends a very big thank you to all those
that walk for or donated to our Holy
Name Cathedral Hunger Walk team. We
had 16 members and raised an incredible
$2945 (this translates into over 8800 meals)!
Our next regular trip to the GCFD will be 8:30amnoon on Saturday, August 2nd.
If you are interested in volunteering, please send an
email to Jessica at [email protected] for
more details. To ensure a volunteering spot, please
email early if you are interested.
Dining Out
The following restaurants have donated meals to the Thursday
and Friday Suppers served each week by Holy Name Cathedral
parish to the local hungry. As you may be dining out, please
consider supporting them for their generous support of our
ministry. Be sure to mention that you are from Holy Name
Cathedral and appreciate their donations.
Hackney’s
733 S. Dearborn
312-461-1116
The Chicago Chop House
60 W. Ontario
312-787-7100
Italian Village
71 W. Monroe
312-332-7005
Frankie’s Scaloppine
900 N. Michigan, 5th Fl.
312-266-2500
P.F. Chang’s China
China Bistro
530 N. Wabash
312-828-9977
Flaco’s Tacos
46 E. Chicago Ave.
312-266-8226
Tiparo’s
1540 N. Clark St.
312-712-9900
More Cupcakes
1 E. Delaware Place
312-951-0001
Joe’s Seafood & Steak
60 E. Grand Ave.
312-379-5637
Do you like to Bake? August Bakers Needed
Mission
Establish peer support groups for children who are grieving due to
death, divorce or other painful transition in their families.
Objectives
To help participants share their feelings and understand the
grieving process. To provide an opportunity for emotional healing.
To assist in building a stronger sense of self-esteem. To teach
appropriate coping mechanisms.
On Thursday evenings, our parish provides meals for the local
hungry at Catholic Charities. 130 guests are served a warm meal
provided by a local restaurant or purchased through Jewel Food
Store. To add a homemade touch to the night, homemade
desserts are also served. Would you be willing to bake for our
guests in August?
We need 130 large cookies, ( 4 inches) or 260 smaller cookies or
cupcakes or banana loaves or whatever is your favorite to bake. If
you or your family or your circle of friends are in the baking spirit,
please call Fr. John Boivin at 312-787-8040 to a schedule a date.
Program Format
Small groups led by a trained facilitator. Topical meetings with
activities designed to inspire participant interaction. A safe place
where participants can share feelings and overcome feelings of
isolation. Designed to provide hope, by understanding the grieving
process and encouraging personal growth.
Call Fr. John Boivin at 312-787-8040 for more information.
“From Hurt. Through Healing. To Hope.”
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Holy Name Cathedral Commemora ve Paver Program
Holy Name Cathedral is
where Chicago goes to pray.
We are a thriving parish
community of over 6,000
households and we welcome
hundreds of thousands of
visitors from across the world
in for worship and to explore
our architecture every year.
The Cathedral’s courtyard is a place for gathering, prayerful
reflec on, and tranquility in the middle of Chicago’s bustling
River North community. Our courtyard features a private Marian
Shrine where the faithful say prayers to the Blessed Virgin and
leave offerings of flowers. In addi on to the shrine, lush greenery
outlines the courtyard space and a medita on garden welcomes
quiet thoughts in an urban environment.
Commemorate a special event, honor a loved one, or celebrate a
family member or friend’s wedding, bap sm, anniversary or
other milestone through the purchase of a paver in the
Cathedral’s courtyard. All net proceeds benefit the opera ons at
Holy Name Cathedral.
Deadlines and Informa on
Brick orders will be taken on a con nuous basis un l the
courtyard is filled. Bricks will be placed once the order quan es
have been met. You will be no fied when your brick(s) has been
placed in the courtyard. Brick copy varies based on the size you
order. Please make sure your engraving informa on is spelled
correctly and please print very clearly.
*Please see website for complete detailed order form.
Thanks to those who purchased and supported the sale.
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Act II - for everyone 40 and over
ACT II is committed to the needs and interests of Holy Name parishioners age 40 and over. Our goal is to encourage participation and a sense of belonging within the Holy Name community
by providing opportunities for SOCIAL gathering, CULTURAL and
EDUCATIONAL pursuits, SPIRITUAL development and community
SERVICE.
KNITTING GROUP
Their first meeting of this session:
WHEN: 6 PM, TUESDAY, AUGUST 5
WHERE: RECTORY
Knitters of all level are encouraged to come.
In fact, Helen would love more participants.
Contact: [email protected] for more
information.
PLANNING AHEAD…
HNConnections
Gathering at Millennium Park
Our newest Group plans to meet at Millennium Park
for the final evening of the GRANT PARK MUSIC FESTIVAL.
WHEN: SATURDAY, AUGUST 16.
TIME: 5:30 PM or later (Concert begins at 7:30 PM)
WHERE: If you plan to attend, Beth will be on the lawn
with appropriate signage. As you know, saving space can
be tricky, so please come early.
LOGISTICS: Whether you prefer lawn or fixed seating,
contact BETH AWERKAMP ahead of time:
[email protected]
If you plan to attend, providing a cell # will allow Beth
to direct you to her by text messaging guidance via
signage/landmarks.
If others prefer permanent seating, Beth will assign a
person as the contact to direct people to seats
together. Bring your own snacks and beverages, cushions,
chairs and/or blankets.
IN CASE OF RAIN: Beth will provide an alternate location if
people want to socialize that evening and will text that out
to everyone.
(For more details on the concert itself go to:
http://www.grantparkmusicfestival.com)
BECOME A MEMBER OF ACT II
There is no membership fee to join and no restrictions
other than being 40 or older and wanting to participate.
Simply send your name and e-mail address to
[email protected] and you will receive our weekly
preview e-mail which usually contains more information
than can be included in this column.
BRUCE LESPINASSE: 312-943-5575
CAROL HANEY: [email protected]; 312-649-6849
EXPANDING OUR HORIZONS TOGETHER
The Holy Name Young Adult Group enlightens, enlivens, and enriches
the lives of Catholics in their 20s and 30s through spiritual programs,
social events, and service opportunities.
THEOLOGY ON TAP: Sundays, Starting July 13, After 5:15 p.m. Mass
Summer is here, which means it’s time for the Young Adult
Group’s popular Theology on Tap speaker series! As part of the
Archdiocese’s initiative to help young adult Catholics in their 20s
and 30s understand and deepen their faith, the Young Adult
Group will be hosting a series of lectures. Join us in the parish
center after the 5:15 p.m. mass for dinner, drinks and a
thoughtful presentation by the following well-known speakers:
July 27 - Fr. Bob Lombardo
August 3 - Fr. Matt O'Donnell
Join us after the speech for socializing and discussion at a local establishment.
More information to come, so please watch this Bulletin section, our Facebook
group and our email Newsletter.
SERVE AT CATHOLIC CHARITIES: Friday, August 8, 4 PM
Start your weekend with friends serving a
meal to those in need! Volunteer with other
young adults at Catholic Charities (721 N.
LaSalle St.) after work on Friday. You will
provide hope and a warm meal to over 100
struggling Chicagoans. Continue to build
friendships after volunteering, as some of us
head to a local restaurant for end-of-theweek unwinding.
We are looking for bakers to help make 130 desserts for our guests in
August. Please email [email protected] if you can help!
BOOK CLUB: Thursday, August 28, 6-8 p.m.
Start reading Practice Makes Catholic by Joe Paprocki today
to prepare for a lively discussion of our shared Catholic faith.
Learn about the distinct practices that make us Catholic and
understand why we believe and act as we do. Book Club is
BYO pot-luck, so read the book, gather some snacks, and
meet in Room 201 of the Parish Rectory!
YOUNG ADULT BOARD VOLUNTEERS
Are you interested in becoming more involved in Young Adult Board activities?
We’re always looking for dedicated volunteers! Please email
[email protected] to learn more and discuss ways that you
can take on a leadership role at Chicago’s cathedral.
DON’T MISS OUT: Join the Young Adult Facebook group and sign
up for our weekly newsletter on the Cathedral website to learn about
all of the events, activities, and volunteer opportunities we sponsor
each month. facebook.com/groups/holynameyoungadults.
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July 27, 2014: 17th Sunday in Ordinary Time
Wedding Banns
III. John Vurdelja & Elise Schreiber
II. Kevin Czepiel & Sarah Harrington
II. Benjamin Audet & Jancy Walker
II. Justin Puppi & Michelle Ganuelas
I. Andrew Jarosz & Laura Behr
I. Kyle Schnurbusch & Rena Beckerly
I. Kyle Gillen & Colette Kellman
I. John Minyard & Gretchen Gordon
What?
A free, warm meal.
When?
Every Thursday and Every Friday
evening at 4:45 pm.
Where?
Catholic Charities, LaSalle and Superior.
For whom?
130 local hungry dine-in guests, plus 80
Bag lunches to go = 210 people fed each night
By whom?
Volunteers like you.
Sponsored by?
Our parish Human Concerns Commission
Funded by?
Donors like you.
Cost?
Free for the guests; almost $1,000 for the parish.
How?
Cash donations in all amounts welcomed.
Checks addressed to Holy Name Cathedral; Envelopes addressed to
Thursday-Friday Suppers (730 N. Wabash Ave., Chicago, 60611)
Rectory
730 N. Wabash
Chicago, IL 60611
(312) 787-8040
Fax: (312) 787-9113
Mon~Fri 8:30-8:30
Sat & Sun 8:30-7:00
HOLY NAME CATHEDRAL
School
Frances Xavier Warde
751 N. State Street
Chicago, IL 60610
(312) 466-0700
Mary Reiling, Head of School
MASS SCHEDULE (CATHEDRAL)
Saturday Evening Vigil Masses: 5:15 pm, 7:30 pm
Sunday:
7:00, 8:15, 9:30, 11:00 am; 12:30, 5:15 pm
Weekdays: 6:00, 7:00, 8:00 am 12:10, 5:15 pm
Saturday:
8:00 am, 12:10 pm
DEVOTIONS
The Rosary: prayed each Monday (including the Divine Mercy
Chaplet), Tuesday (for an end to abortion), and Wednesday (for
priests and vocations) after the 5:15pm Mass
Prayer Request Lines: 312-573-4493
“Daytime Prayer,” from The Liturgy of the Hours~11:50 am,
Monday~Friday. In the Cathedral
“Vespers,” from The Liturgy of the Hours~5:00 pm,
Monday~Friday. In the Cathedral
SACRAMENTAL CELEBRATIONS
Baptism: Infant baptisms are generally celebrated twice monthly
on designated Sundays at 2:00 pm. Parents are asked to
participate in a one time pre-baptismal preparation class. Check
the website (holynamecathedral.org) for dates and to preregister for the class and baptism.
*Classes are limited to a total of 20 people, so reserve early.
Baptism of children over age 6 is conducted through our Religious
Education Program. Contact Thomas L. Aspell at (312)573-4478
to enroll your child. Adult baptism takes place through the RCIA
process. Contact Kelly Heus at (312)573-4434 to learn more
about RCIA.
Marriage: Congratulations on your engagement! Due to the size of
our parish, weddings are celebrated for registered parishioners
only. A minimum of six months advanced planning and
preparation is required. Please consult our website
(holynamecathedral.org) for more info.
Confessions
Saturdays: 3:00 - 5:00pm, 6:15 - 7:15pm
All Confessions are held in the Reconciliation room on the Lower
Level of the Cathedral.
Confessions during Lent
Monday, Tuesday and Friday: 4:30 - 5:30pm
Eucharistic Adoration: 1st & 3rd Fridays, Adoration after the 8am
Mass. The Chaplet of Divine Mercy and the Rosary will be
prayed at 3:00pm on behalf increased respect for human life.
Benediction after the 5:15pm Mass in the Chapel. Tuesdays and
Thursdays 8am-5pm at the Vincent DePaul Center 721 N. LaSalle
Street.
Display Area
The tables at the doors of the cathedral have been designated
for displaying parish information only. There is no space for other
brochures, flyers, newspapers, prayer cards and devotional
materials. Non-parish materials are removed daily. Your
cooperation is appreciated.
Electronic Giving Available
Support Holy Name with your Credit Card or Bank
Deposit. Call 312-573-4425 for info.
Convent
Oblate Sisters of
Jesus the Priest
730 N. Wabash
Chicago, IL 60611
(312) 787-8040
Sr. Guadalupe Lopez
Seminary
Casa JesúsBishop Abramowicz
750 N. Wabash, Chgo. 60611
Rev. Octavio Muñoz Capetillo
(312) 640-1065
Rev. Jacek Wrona
(312) 915-0598
Archbishop of Chicago: Francis Cardinal George, OMI
Pastor: Rev. Msgr. Dan Mayall
Associate Pastors
Rev. John Boivin
Rev. Brad Zamora
Mass Supply Help
Rev. Msgr. Michael Boland
Deacons
Michael McCloskey
Stan Strom
Pastoral Ministry Staff
Kelly Heus
Carol Miller
Michelle Peltier
Thomas L. Aspell
Administrative Staff
Stan Strom
Dawn Swanson
Morgan Henington
Maureen McInerney
Resident Priests
Rev. Louis Cameli
Rev. Ramil Fajardo
Rev. Bill Moriarity
Rev. William Woestman, OMI
Resident Emeritus
Rev. Eugene Durkin
Pastoral Associate
Pastoral Associate
Pastoral Assistant
Director of Religious Education
Chief of Staff
Msgr’s Administrative Assistant
Chief Development Officer
Director of Stewardship & Development
Godelieve Andino
Janet Scheckel
Andrew Skura
Robert Burns
Daytime Receptionist
Daytime Receptionist
Controller
Engineer
Music Department
H. Ricardo Ramirez, D.M.A.
David C. Jonies
John Lee
(312)573-4415
Director of Music
Associate Director of Music
Administrative Assistant
New Parishioners: Welcome to the parish!
Please register in person at the parish office or online.
An elevator is located on the south west
side of the Cathedral. Please ask an
usher for directions and/or assistance.
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