January 31, 2013 - St. Josaphat Parish

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January 31, 2013 - St. Josaphat Parish
February 3, 2013
Fourth Sunday
in Ordinary Time
When the people in
the synagogue heard
this, they were all
filled with fury. They
rose up, drove him
out of the town, and
led him to the brow
of the hill on which
their town had been
built, to hurl him
down headlong. But
Jesus passed through
the midst of them
and went away.
- Luke 4:28-30
Sweet
Home
Chicago
Saturday,
February 9!
Ash Wednesday
February 13
St. Josaphat
Parish
A church to come home to since 1883
2311 N. Southport Ave.
Chic ago, IL 60614
www.stjosaphatparish.org • phone 773.327.8955 • fax 773.327.2047
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Calendar Notes
Parish Information
Parish Pastoral Council
Chairperson: Cheryl LeeVan
Mon. 2/4
6:30 pm- School Board Meeting
7:00 pm- Cantor Rehearsal
Parish School Board
Tue. 2/5
6:00 pm- SPRED
6:30 pm- RCIA
Parish Finance Council
Wed. 2/6
7:30 pm- Adult Choir Practice
Parish Development Council
Thu. 2/7
7:30 pm- Sweet Home Chicago Meeting
Sat.
2/9
Sweet Home Chicago
Sun.
2/10
8:30 am- Religious Education Classes
Welcome
We warmly welcome new parishioners:
Jeff & Noelle Riney, Regina Wollin,
and Phil Pizzurro. If you are new to
the neighborhood and have not yet
registered, the easiest way to register
is through our website at www.
stjosaphatparish.org. You may also
fill out the form on the left and place
it in the collection basket. If you are
moving soon, you may also provide a
change of address.
President: Bridget Dougherty-Corum
President: Joseph Keller
Chairperson: Kelly Abeles Dowling
Infant Baptism
Directory
Parish Office and Rectory
2311 N. Southport • Chicago, IL 60614
Phone.................................................773.327.8955
Fax......................................................773.327.2047
[email protected]
Website........................www.stjosaphatparish.org
Parish School
2245 N. Southport • Chicago, IL 60614
Phone.................................................773.549.0909
Fax......................................................773.549.3127
[email protected]
Website................................... www.stjosaphat.net
Parish Staff
Pastor..........................Rev. Richard J. Prendergast
Resident Priest................Rev. Michael A. Gabriel
School Principal.................. Ms. Colleen Cannon
Pastoral Associate /
Dir. Religious Ed...............Ms. Mary Jane Shields
Deacon ..........................................Mr. Dave Keene
Music Director ....................Mr. Joseph Labozetta
Children’s Music Director..........Mr. William Spakowski
Development Coord........Mr. Justin Prevost-Schultz
Business Manager........................... Mrs. Fran Klus
Parish Office Manager............... Ms. Maria Tubay
Maintenance.................................. Mr. Willie Shaw
Parishioner Registration Form
Baptisms are celebrated on the 2nd Sunday
of the month at 1:30 pm, the 3rd Saturday
at 11 am and the 4th Sunday at one of the
weekend masses.
Baptismal Preparation Class is the 2nd
Monday of the month at 7:00 pm in the
rectory. Please RSVP to the office.
Marriage
Please contact the rectory at least six
months in advance of your wedding to set a
date. Parish Marriage Guidelines available
at: www.stjosaphatparish.org
Sacrament of Reconciliation
Saturday 4:15-4:45 pm or by appointment.
Pastoral Counseling
Services are available from Miriam Wolfe,
M.A., L.P.C. at 773.517.3182, and Theresa
A. Nollette, LSCW, M.Div., 312.540.0320
or e-mail [email protected]
Home/Hospital Visitation &
Communion Calls
If you would like someone to visit, please
contact the parish office.
Parish Registration
We welcome new parishioners warmly.
To join, please fill out a registration card
which can be found in the back of church
or at the rectory, or find the form online at
www.stjosaphatparish.org.
Career Transition Center of
Chicago
Name ________________________________________________________
If you would like more information contact
312.906.9908 or visit their website www.
ctcchicago.org.
Address _______________________________________________________
Bulletin Deadline
o New Parishioner
o Change of Address
o Moving Away
Telephone(s) ___________________________________________________
Wednesday, 9:00 am. Address articles to
[email protected]
E-Mail ________________________________________________________
I prefer to make my donations via: o on-line giving o weekly envelopes
Emergencies
St. Josaphat Parish
Call anytime (773.327.8955).
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February 3, 2012
4 Scripture Reflection
The 4th Sunday in Ordinary Time
This week’s second reading is one that you have
probably heard many times at weddings. But this
beautiful reading from the first Letter of Saint Paul to
the Corinthians should never be taken for granted just
because it is so frequently chosen. Read it with a fresh
eye and an open heart each time. It can renew our
spirit and reminds us to embrace a mature spirituality
grounded in love.
It is all the more striking when paired with today’s
Gospel from Luke, in which Jesus says that “no man
is a prophet in his own land." It is hard to believe that
Jesus’s message of love was met with such opposition
in his own time and his own land.
What is it about the simple message of love that we are
so resistant to? Why do we sometimes not hear it from
those closest to us? Maybe it is a greater challenge to
choose love than we would think. What would you do
for love?
Would you humble yourself after a heated argument
with someone you care about?
Would you give more of your surplus income to a
worthy charity to help more people in need?
Would you destroy your guns and lobby for others to
do the same if it meant saving more lives?
Would you give up something
you hold dear for the greater
good?
What sacrifice would you
make to ensure love prevails?
Both readings end with
a message of hope. In
Corinthians, we hear that “Love never fails” and is the
“greatest” of the three divine virtues. In Luke’s Gospel,
we are assured of God’s mercy.
We know what Jesus did. What will you do?
— Erin Shields
Please Pray for Our Sick
Parishioners & Friends
Daniel Allen, Sister Amata, C.S.F.N., Susan Baker,
Josephine Benedix, Barbara Blake, Kurt Braun,
Melissa Delia, Mary Lou DiNovo, Barb Duffy,
Terry Frye, Joanne Gross, Glen Guinsatao, Patrick
Hanrahan, Eddie Hussey, Mike Jeuk, Emily Johans,
William Johnson, Matthew Jones, Jr., Isabelle Kause,
Gloria Kennedy, Dennis Laspesa, Brian Lapinski,
Jack Lauth, Vernon LeSage, Tanner Martini, Michael
Morse, Jane Minifie, Ann Minifie, Ronald Peterman,
Loretta Porebski, Florence Rios, Shirley Schrage,
Chester Smietana, Neil Vander Horn, Bertin
Villagomez.
Get Well Soon!
We keep names on our sick list for three weeks.
To place or keep a name on our sick list, please
call the rectory every three weeks to let us know
that you, a loved one or friend are still in need of
prayers. Please call the rectory to request a visit
from one of our Ministers of Care.
St. Josaphat Parish
Parish News 5
Lent 2013
Rite of Christian Initiation
for Adults
RCIA
Ash Wednesday
Tuesday, February 5th, 6:30 pm
In the Rectory Meeting Room
February 13, 2013
Masses at
8:15 am
12:00 pm
6:30 pm
Prayer Service at
4:00 pm
Ashes will be blessed and distributed at
all masses and during the prayer service.
Stewardship
Offering Update
Weekly Giving for January 27
In-pew collection:................ $3,903.00
Electronic giving:................. $5,222.00
Subtotal:................................. $9,125.00
Weekly Budget...................... $9,314.00
Difference:....................... $-189.00
Homeless Outreach
In the month of January, we served
818 sandwiches, soups, snacks, and
hats, gloves, and scarves to the needy
who came to our door. If you would
like to help feed the needy who come
to our rectory door Monday- Friday,
please contact: Wendy Koller McGill
at [email protected]
Come to learn what Catholics believe in an
open and welcoming environment. Our
sessions serve as an opportunity for you to
ask those perplexing and difficult questions
you may have about the Church. To sign
up or for more information please call Mary
Jane Shields at 773-327-8955 or drop me an
email at [email protected]
This weekend, you might notice something different about the
music at mass. The Saturday 5pm mass will get a special visit
from the Adult Choir, which typically sings at the 10 am mass.
The 8 am mass on Sunday will get a special visit from the Noon
Ensemble, the music ministers that usually lead the music at the
Sunday 12 pm mass. The music at the Sunday 10 am mass will be
led by the newly formed Youth Choir. If you have any questions
about the music ministry, or are interested in becoming involved,
please contact Joe Labozetta, Music Director.
St. Josaphat Women’s Spirituality Group Presents
7th Annual Lenten Retreat
How the Lenten Journey Sets Us Free
All women are invited to join us as we journey to the Garden of Gethsemane.
Through meditation, prayer and faith sharing, we will connect our life stories
to the story of Jesus in the Garden of Gethsemane. We will discover how we
can become free to be who God is calling us to be.
Saturday, February 23, 2013
8:00 am to 12:00 pm
Meeting Room of St. Josaphat Rectory
(Enter through red door located just west of the parking lot)
Please RSVP to Lou Marek at [email protected]
by Monday, February 18, 2013.
Suggested Donation $20
February 3, 2012
6 School News
Congratulations to our Spelling Bee winners, Katie Haldes in the
lower division and Grace McDermott in the upper division. Grace
will represent us at the next level. We are very proud of both of them
and of all the outstanding spellers who took part in the Bee (below).
Catholic Schools
Week was an excellent
opportunity for us to
celebrate our school
and to be
grateful for the
opportunity
to work and
study here.
We want to
thank everyone
who has
supported us
and prayed for
us throughout the year. We are proud to be your parish
school.
St. Josaphat School
2245 N. Southport Ave.,
Chicago, IL 60614
phone: 773.549.0909
fax: 773.549.3127
www.stjosaphat.net
We had a lot of fun this week thinking about what makes
our school special. Nowhere was this more evident than
on the classroom doors as each classroom competed
in the door-decorating contest. The winning doors are
pictured here.
Clockwise from the center: Mrs. Monley's 4th grade, Ms. Strasser's 4th grade, Mrs. Waldeck's
1st grade, Mrs. Bukvic's PK4, and the 8th grade.
St. Josaphat Parish
Parish News 7
Meet the St. Josaphat School Board
Mark Your Calendars!!!
Vacation Bible School
Chris DeMent, Finance Committee
Tell us about yourself and why you decided to join
the school board - (What grade are your children
in? How did you come to SJS? What inspired you to
become personally involved in the school?)
We have children in 3rd grade and Pre-K4 and have
been a part of the School community for four years. I
was recruited to join the board after our first year at the school by a friend.
How long have you been on the school board and what do you enjoy
about it?
I've been on the board for 3 years now. I enjoy serving on the finance
committee, which allows my inner accountant to come out.
Can you tell us about your responsibilities?
I help establish the school's budget and monitor the school's financial
performance. I was also responsible for taking the board's minutes until they
found someone with better handwriting.
What are you proud of about St. Josaphat School and what do you hope
for the future of SJS?
I am proud of a number of things: the commitment of our faculty, the
education we provide our students, and our sense of community. My hope for
the future is for these things to continue and to improve where we can.
As a School Board member, what do you envision accomplishing this
year?
Adopting an effective and appropriate budget for our next school year.
Update your parish
profile!
To ensure that you continue to receive
our email blasts, letters,
and other mailings, we ask
that you provide us with
the most relevant contact
information. If you've changed your
postal address, email address, or phone
number, take a moment to update your
profile by sending an e-mail with your
full name and contact information to
[email protected]
Thank you!
will take place from Monday, June
24th through Friday, June 28th, from
9 am to 11 am. Once again I will need
A LOT of help. Please call or email me
to volunteer.
Mary Jane Shields, Director of
Religious Education
773-327-8955
[email protected]
Weekly Mass
Schedule
Weekend
Saturday 5:00 pm
Sunday 8:00 am, 10:00 am, 12:00 pm
Weekday
Monday, Tuesday, Friday 8:15 am
in the Church
Wednesday, Thursday 6:30 pm
in the Lady Chapel
Confession
Saturday 4:15 - 4:45 pm
Holy Days of Obligation
Anticipated Mass: 6:30 pm,
8:15 am, 12:00 pm, 6:30 pm
Congratulations - Fr. Dominic Grassi
Fr. Dominic Grassi will be presented with the Association of Chicago
Priests (ACP) Coordinating Board Award at the 46th Annual ACP Mardi
Gras Ministry Awards. Since 1973, these Coordinating Board Awards
have been presented to individuals and groups within the Archdiocese
in recognition and appreciation for their outstanding contributions to
the life of the Church of Chicago. The ACP Mardi Gras Ministry Awards
will take place on Sunday, February 10, beginning at 5:30 p.m. at St. John
Brebeuf Parish in Niles, IL. Friends of Fr. Dominic are welcome to show
your support by your presence at this special event. For more information
and for banquet tickets, visit www.ACPriests.org or call the Association of
Chicago Priests at 708-445-8420. Reservation deadline is February 6.
February 3, 2012
8 Community News
St. Clement Parish Proudly Presents
Professional Development Series:
When Business Meets
Spirituality
We spend much of our adult lives at work
building our careers. We work hard and
are often promoted. We take on larger
responsibilities, and are rewarded with larger
paychecks. And yet, we wonder… Is all the time
and effort worthwhile? Am I proud of my work?
Do I make areal difference?
We'll take up these questions and look at what makes people
fulfilled in their work. Where ever you are in your career, and
what ever your role, you can be fulfilled in your work.
February 7: To bless the world with your work
Sessions will run from 7-9 pm, including discussion and Q&A.
Register for this free event (all four or any individual talk) at www.
clement.org or call St. Clement Parish Office (773.281.0371).
Space is limited. Location: St. Clement Parish - School Campus Centennial Hall - Fireside
Our speaker is Lisa Fortini-Campbell, Professor at Kellogg
School of Management. She teaches Integrated Marketing
Communications, Consumer Insight Tools and Branding.
Professor Fortini-Campbell is a recent Catholic convert and
worships at the Sheil Center at Northwestern University.
CTC Introductory Information Session
(Advance Reservation Required)
By: Laura Sterkel, Director Programs & Coaching
Wednesday, February 6, 2013 9:30 - 11:00 am
703 W. Monroe Street Great Room
OPEN to the PUBLIC- No Fee, reservations are required
CTC StrengthFinders Group
By: CTC Coach, David Kaiser and Laura Sterkel, CTC
Programs & Coaching Director
Monday, February 11, 2013 11:00am - 12:30pm
703 W. Monroe Street 2nd Flr Large Conference Room
OPEN to the PUBLIC- Reservations, and payment of a fee,
are required
www.ctcchicago.org
St. Josaphat Parish
Blessed Are the Peacemakers
A Workshop hosted by Catholics for Nonviolence
Unleashing the Power of Gospel Nonviolence to Transform
Violence and to Create Peace in Our Lives, Our
Communities, and Our World
Saturday, March 16, 2013, 9:30-4:00 pm
Holy Family Church - Damen Hall
1080 W. Roosevelt Road, Chicago
$10 lunch included
Participants in this workshop will
• Integrate scriptural and theological reflection and
practical tools for nonviolent change
• Explore the centrality of Gospel Nonviolence in the
life and mission of Jesus & our lives
• Envision how our parishes can become Nonviolent
Communities rooted in Gospel Nonviolence
Facilitated by Catholics for Nonviolence member Ken
Butigan, teacher at DePaul University, Institute of
Pastoral Studies at Loyola University, and Director of
Pace e Bene Nonviolence Services.
To Register please email, mail, or fax the registration
form by March 8, 2012 to:
Maeve Stevenson
Office of Assistance Ministry,
737 N. Rush St, Chicago IL60611
[email protected]
Phone: (312) 534-8793 Fax: (312) 751-8307
Spiritual Life 9
Rest
in P eace
Please pray for the
Women’s
Spirituality
Retreat:
repose of the soul of
Hellen Hossa,
mother of Bev Hossa
Eternal rest grant
to her O Lord.
How the Lenten Journey Sets Us Free
Saturday, February 23
8:00 am - 12:00 pm
in the Rectory Meeting Room.
Men’s Spirituality
meets next on
Saturday, February 16
from 6:30 am – 8:00 am
in the Rectory Meeting Room.
All men of the parish are welcome!
Weekday Masses
Mass is celebrated every weekday
at St. Josaphat.
Morning mass is held at 8:15 am
on Monday, Tuesday, & Friday.
Baptismal
Preparation
Class
will be held next on
Monday, February 11
from 7 pm to 8 pm in the Church.
Please call the rectory office
(773.327.8955) to RSVP.
RCIA Meeting
is
Tuesday, February 5, 2013
in the Parish Meeting Room
(Enter at the Rectory Office's
front door).
For questions, please call
Mary Jane Shields at
773.327.8955.
P r e C a na
is for couples intending to be
married. Pre Cana sessions are
held about five times throughout
the year at St. Josaphat.
Please call the Rectory Office
(327.773.8955) to RSVP.
The next Pre Cana will be on
March 16, 2012
Evening mass takes place at 6:30
pm on Wednesday & Thursday.
Know the Mass,
One Word at a Time:
Rite of Christian
Initiation for Adults
Our next
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Perhaps you never noticed, but the Mass we
celebrate together on Sundays is loaded with
directions. The priest or deacon or commentator
directs the congregation in many ways. “Please
stand.” “Let us pray.” “Bow your heads.” “Lift up
your hearts.” “As without end we acclaim . . .” “Go
forth, the Mass is ended.” In so many words, they
direct us to pay attention to God whom we have
come to worship or to go and live out our faith.
At times, we all need others to direct us and guide
us on a right path. They are living reminders of our
Photo © John Zich
movement on the journey to God. The directions
we hear and take at Mass prompt us to pay attention to God who wants to direct
and accompany us in the whole of our lives.
Year of
Sunday Mass
July 2012 - June 2013
Question of the week for February 3:
Luke 4:21 - 30
If we become what we eat in
receiving the Eucharist, how is
my life more prophetic because
of Sunday Mass?
Archdiocese of Chicago +
Strategic Pastoral Plan :
YEAR OF SUNDAY MASS /
YEAR OF FAITH
Louis J. Cameli ©2012 Archdiocese of
Chicago: Liturgy Training Publications.
Visit our website at www.LTP.org
February 3, 2012
10 C o m m u n i t y N e w s
Career Transition
Center of Chicago's
4th Annual
Passport to Taste
Thursday, May 9, 2013,
from 6 to 9pm at The Newberry
Library, 60 W. Walton St.
Embark on an evening's exploration of the foods and wines of Italy. Tickets are
$100 each & must be purchased in advance at www.ctcchicago.org/Passport1.
asp or via check sent to CTC.
Sponsorships are available at the $1,200 and $600 levels.
For information contact [email protected]
Donations accepted at www.ctcchicago.org/Funds/donor.htm
All proceeds benefit the CTC.
CTC's mission is to provide professional, emotional and spiritual support to
those seeking a job, looking for meaningful work, or otherwise undergoing a
career transition. CTC is a volunteer-driven, non-profit organization providing
professional assistance to individuals in employment transition.
Call to Remembrance
Friday, February 1, 7:30 pm
St. Clement Church, 642 W. Deming Pl, Chicago IL
Professional choral singers of Chicago will be donating their voices
in a benefit concert to aid victim's families and first responders of
Newtown, CT.
Please come and support the cause!
Freewill donations will be accpeted at the door (suggested donation $15).
All proceeds will go to the Sandy Hook School Support Fund which aids all
those affected by the tragedy.
St. Josaphat Parish
FORGIVENESS
Father Meninger
Wednesday February 27 at 7:00 pm
at St. Michael in Old Town
1633 N. Cleveland Ave.
Free Parking Available
Father Meninger comes to us
from his home at St. Benedict’s
Monastery in Snowmass, Colorado,
famous for Centering Prayer and
the contemplative way. Fr. Meninger
has given retreats and workshops
worldwide for 50 years with great
appreciation.
$20 Registration. To register and make
payment contact Christine Kordiuk at
the Parish Center, 773-642-2498 or at
[email protected]
Chicago a cappella presents an inspiring
concert about generosity, peace, and joy
with music ranging from a Renaissance
Mass to shaker tunes and new works!
Sunday, February 10, 4 pm
Pilgrim Congregational Church
460 Lake St., Oak Park IL
Friday, February 15, 8 pm
Nichols Concert Hall
1490 Chicago Ave., Evanston IL
Sunday, February 17, 4 pm
Wentz Concert Hall
171 E. Chicago Ave., Naperville
W e e k i n W o r s h i p 11
Mass
Intentions
Monday........................ February 4
8:15 pm †Purgatorial Society
Tuesday........................ February 5
St. Agatha
8:15 am Living & Deceased
Mother & Fathers
Wednesday................... February 6
St. Paul Miki & Companions
6:30 pm †Henry Thomas Desnoyers
Thursday...................... February 7
6:30 pm † Don McKenzie
Friday........................... February 8
Sts. Jerome Emiliani & Josephine Bakhita
8:15 am †Matthew Kutsche
Saturday...................... February 9
5:00 pm Parishioners of St. Josaphat
Sunday........................February 10
Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time
8:00 am †Judith Porter
10:00 am †Steven Bialobok
12:00 pm Living & Deceased
Mothers & Fathers
Liturgical Ministers for February 9 & 10
5th Sunday in Ordinary Time
Saturday, February 9, 5 pm
Presider....................................................................................................... Rev. Tom Santa
Ministers of the Word........................................................Mike Carin, Gina Hortatsos
Ushers..................................................................................................................Tim Quinn
Ministers of the Eucharist.................................................Meg Carin, Theresa Montano
Cantor...............................................................................................................Ron Dickson
Altar Servers.............................................................................................. Jonathon Marek
Sunday, February 10, 8 am
Presider...................................................................................................... Rev. Tom Santa
Ministers of the Word..................................................................................Patrick Koehl
Ushers...........................................................................................Ira Bey, Brian Oleszczuk
Ministers of the Eucharist...........................Nolan Burke, Lisa Koehl, Pat Pawlowski
Cantor................................................................................................................. Aaron Seret
Altar Servers.................................................................................................. Joseph Cusick
Sunday, February 10, 10 am
Presider...................................................................................Rev. Richard J. Prendergast
Ministers of the Word..................................................... Julie Dreixler, Paul O'Connor
Ushers...................................................................................... Scott Dowling, Jeff Lovero
Ministers of the Eucharist................................ Jim Eberle, Kathy Jenkins, Judy Lovero,
Crystal Riley, Kate York
Cantor....................................................................................................William Spakowski
Altar Servers..............................................................James Dowling, Sheahen Dowling
Sunday, February 10, 12 pm
Presider...................................................................................Rev. Richard J. Prendergast
Ministers of the Word...........................................................................................................
Ushers.................................................................................................................Adam Cody
Ministers of the Eucharist................................Mary Flores, Sergio Flores, Mary Gallo
Altar Servers.................................................................... Frank Graziano, Ann Kennedy
February 3, 2012

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