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July, 3 - St Ferdinand Church
www.stferdinandchurch.com
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14th Ordinary Sunday
Mass Intentions
Monday – July 4, 2016
9:00 AM – All Parishioners
Tuesday- July 5, 2016
8:00 PM (Noon) – Laura M. Pelegrino rq. Agnes
12:00 PM (Noon) – Mass in English
7:00 PM – Mass in Polish
Wednesday- July 6, 2016
8:00 AM – Mass in English
12:00 PM (Noon) – Lenorad Majewski
7:00 PM – Mass in Polish
Thursday- July 7, 2016
8:00 AM – Mass in English
12:00 PM (Noon) – Mass in English
7:00 PM – Mass in Polish
Friday- July 8, 2016
8:00 AM – Mass in English
12:00 PM (Noon) –Mass in English
7:00 PM – Mass in Polish
Saturday- July 9, 2016
7:00AM- Mass in Polish
8:00 AM – Mass in English
5:00 PM – Teresa & Andrzej Rzucidlo 23th Anniversary of their
Wedding
Sunday – July 10, 2016
7:00 AM - o Boże błogosławieństwo oraz opiekę Matki
Najświętszej dla członków Kół Żywego Różańca, ich
rodzin oraz ks.kapelana, zmarych członków Kół
Różańcowych: Irena Zawiślak, Aleksander
Papiernik, Władysław Mit, Maria Hunt, Helena
Grabińska, Bernard Klepacki, Adolf Twardak, Aniela
Sąder, Stanisława Markocki, Zbigniew Góralczyk,
Zofia Nicpoń, Barbara Colowski, Eugienia Szumska,
Henryk Batorowicz, Zofia Zygadło, Janina Borek,
Emily Konopka, o zdrowie i Boże błogosławieństwo
oraz opiekę Matki Najświętszej w czasie choroby
dla zięcia, o zdrowia dla mnie i całej mojej rodziny
Ewa i Jan Kabat, Maria i Jan Budzioch oraz ich
dzieci, Franciszek Budzioch,
8:30 AM – Marcelina Lacap Anniversary of her death
10:00 AM – Mass in English
10:15 AM – Piotr Woźniak, Józef Boksa, Janusz Boksa
12:30 PM – Lucine Mastalerz
3:00 PM – Regina Truszkiewicz – 1st Ann. of her death
5:00PM- Elaine M. Budzisz
7:00 PM- Ryszard Smal
July 3, 2016
The sanctuary lamps
this week are lit for:
Alex Ladisa
Anthony R. Coco recovery of health
We Welcome in Baptism
Zuzanna Pietrzyk daughter of Tomasz Stanislaw and
Halina (Trojak) Pietrzyk
Anastasiya Mary -Ann Harrington daughter of Lane e
Marie Harrigton
Jakub Wallace son of Robert Alan and Barbara
(Michniewicz) Wallace
Emily Faith Punda daughter of David Luke and Laura
Ashley (Podraza) Punda
Aubrie Jacqlin Edwards daughter of Jason E. and Marzena
(Czykier) Edwards
Marriage Banns
Second:
Joseph Jaroszewski Jr. & Elizabeth Angarone
Third:
Dawid Kotowski & Joanna Krzywosz
Congratulations!
Best wishes to couples married in our church:
Manzella Frank & Aleksandra Zauska
DEVOTIONS
EUCHARISTIC ADORATION Held each Thursday following the 8:00
a.m. Mass un l 6:45p.m.
DIVINE MERCY CHAPLET
Divine Mercy Chaplet is prayed in English
everyday from Monday to Friday following
8:00 a.m. Mass. Please take a short break
from your busy life and join the ladies in prayers. On every Saturday right a er 8:00 a.m. Mass prayer to St. Anne
is being said. Please stop by the Church and offer to God
at least a few moments of your me.
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Remember in Prayer
Our Stewardship
of Treasure
As members of the parish faith community, it is our
responsibility to remember both in concrete and
spiritual ways those who cannot celebrate with us each
week because they are ill. Those who are sick in turn,
remember all of us daily in their prayers and in their sufferings.
Irene Rowe
Mary Ayello
Anthony R. Coco
Lo e Chrapla
Violet Del Vacchio
Edward Waytula
Pat Ostrowski
William Keleher
Arlene Garcia
Diana Krzyzanowski
Nick Paolino
Jean Staniszewski
Laura Schofield
Calvin Upton
Julie D’Agos no
Luna Family
Brianna Jurczykowski
Susan Milostan
Robert Malek
Michael F. Coco
Tish Vanoni
Jodi Mack
Geraldine Mack
Agnes Coco
Ester Baran
Isabell Beyer
Deadra Kusek
Stanley Podgorny
Laverne Greco
Steve Johns
Barbara Alderson
Anna DeBold
Kathleen Barr
Lesley Barr
Mary Hal n
Virginia Starsiak
Veena Bhat
Veronica Segovia
Frances Skrabacz
Marion Watermann
Richard Behrendt
Joseph Biancalana Sr.
Joseph Biancalana
Steve Garorowski
Grace Miceli
Dolly D’Agos no
Jerry Mack
Julia Szyelik
Jim Jezuit
George Keehn
Donald Trainor
Maureen Keith
Dolly Aloisio
Michael Spano
Judy Fahey
Lee Ready
John Ready
Gack Fahey
Jadwiga Glowacz
Petronella Latuszek
Jack Fahey
Jany Aloisio
Margery Janz
Jody Panek
Chris ne Gross
Zareli Saavedra
Helen Szostak
Be y Hotcaveg
Mary Lynn Remijan
Wiliam Remijan
Arle e Prasteher
Richard Wojcichowski
Frank De Marco
Stefan Wiśniewski
Carmela DiTata
Stanisław Cwieka
John Brown
Joanna Grzeszkowiak
Felix Aquino
Marry Henning
Teri & Fred Bauer
Lena Dorado
Elaine M. Budzisz
Pat Wenzl
Mary Ann Reynen
Sco Paterson
Adam Shersshen
PLEASE PRAY FOR THOSE SERVING
IN THE MILITARY
SPC Jeffrey Foerster ;
SA Andrew Rios
Pvt2 Nicholas Whelan;
CPL Derrick Mateja
SUNDAY, June 26, 2016
Envelops: $ 4,916.00
Loose:
$ 2,290.00
Total:
$ 7,206.00
Thank you for sharing your „TREASURE”
with St. Ferdinand Parish
BÓG ZAPŁAĆ!
PLEASE REMEMBER ST. FERDINAND PARISH
IN YOUR WILL.
“He said to them, ‘The harvest is abundant, but the laborers
are few…’” Luke 10:2
As Catholics we are all called to serve in ministry. However,
many of us are unsure how to use our talents and gi s to build
God’s Church. Talk to God and ask Him what He wants you to
do. The next me one of your fellow parishioners asks you to
help or join a commi ee, it may be the answer to your prayer.
Thank you!
Sincere THANK YOU to all who give their me
to keep our church clean. Thank you for your
faithfulness and dependability. Please know
that your help is very much valued and
appreciated.
We invite anyone able to help with the church cleaning.
Please join us weekly on Mondays at 5:00 pm
and Fridays at 10:00 am. Thank you!
LITURGICAL MINISTRIES
MASS TIME
LECTOR
EUCHARISTIC MINISTERS
SATURDAY, July 9
5:00 PM
D. Lasiewicz
E. Mele, DeLeon
SUNDAY, July 10
8:30
Dr M. Starsiak
T. Czosnyka, P. Macis
10:00 AM
M. Strykowski
M. Barnhart, J. McGinniss
J. Banez, E&T Anaya
12:30 PM
J. Portenlanger
S. Kass, J. Zarate
5:00PM
H. Syodia/
L. Perez
(chapel)
M. Syodia, H. Syodia
J .Zarate, M. Madrano
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Sharing our gi s of me, talent and treasure
Too o en we think of our stewardship of me and talent only in terms of what we do specifically for our parish - being a minister of hospitality, singing in the choir, serving as a sponsor for RCIA...but doing well the work God has called us to in our homes
and/or workplaces is good stewardship too. Being well-prepared and on me for a mee ng, finishing up the last memo even
though the clock says 5:00 PM, or dropping off a teenager at the library to work on a term paper that is "due tomorrow" all
demonstrate good stewardship of our voca ons. Taking a casserole next door when our neighbor's spouse is in the hospital,
wri ng a le er of recommenda on for a job seeker or college applicant, or assis ng a young mother coping with baby and
stroller and luggage as we board a commuter flight are also examples of using our me and talent to "love and serve the Lord."
Using our gi s in love and service is good stewardship and a powerful way to express our gra tude to God for those gi s. Let
us all strive to be stewards of the gi s God has provided to us. Thanks be to God!
“Dearest lord, teach me to be generous; teach me to serve you as you deserve;
to give and not to count the cost.” Igna us of Loyola
Q. What is stewardship?
The concept of Stewardship is receiving Gods gi s gratefully, cul va ng them responsibly, and embracing a spiritual rela onship with God. It is not a program, but a
spiritual consciousness or way-of-life, based in Scripture, which holds that all we are and all we have flows
from God's varied grace. In turn, we serve as spiritual
caretakers of our and worldly blessings.
Q. What makes one a steward?
We are already stewards. Each of us manages our me,
talent and income carefully, so as to fulfill our individual
and family responsibili es. As Chris an stewards, we
receive Gods gi s gratefully, and cul vate them responsibly. We do this in the same way that we provide for
the material needs of our family, as we also have a responsibility to help provide for our parish, our faith
community.
Q. How can I become a be er steward?
Stewardship is living a life of gra tude by the sharing of
ones me, talent, and treasure and making daily decisions that glorify God. Give daily thanks for the blessings
you have received from God, and ask yourself what you
can do to help in your parish community. Being a good
steward also means leading a generous, accountable
way of life rooted in Chris an discipleship.
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INDEPENDENCE DAY — MONDAY, July 4th
This Monday we observe the na onal
celebra on of our Na on's independence. As we celebrate let us remember
to pray that God will strengthen and
bless America and make our na on a
haven of liberty and jus ce for all —
born and unborn.
On April 19, 1775, American minutemen faced English soldiers on the village green in Lexington, Massachuse s.
Someone — no one to this day knows who — fired a shot,
and a ba le followed which marked the beginning of the
American Revolu on.
A er the Ba le of Lexington, the desire of Americans for
complete independence from England grew stronger. Less
than a month a er that ba le, the Second Con nental
Congress met in Philadelphia. On July 4, 1776, the Congress
issued a Declara on of Independence, announcing "that
these united colonies are, and of right ought to be, free
and independent states."
For a me it seemed to some that the fight for independence was a hopeless struggle, but an important American
victory at Saratoga marked a turning point in the war. A er
that victory the Americans gained a strong ally, France.
With the help of France, the Americans went on to win a
final victory over the English at Yorktown. The English Parliament then decided to make peace and accept American
independence.
With independence won, the thirteen states set out to
form a new na on. There were strong differences among
the states, but Americans came to understand the need for
unity, and devised a new plan for government—the Cons tu on. The new government, under the Cons tu on, was
faced with many problems, both at home and abroad.
However it found ways to solve these problems, and the
United States began to grow rapidly.
MASSES AND OFFICE SCHEDULE FOR
THE FOURTH OF JULY
THERE WILL BE ONLY ONE MASS
at 9:00 AM.
THE PARISH OFFICE WILL BE CLOSED
AND RE-OPEN ON TUESDAY, JULY 5th
HAPPY HOLIDAY!
June 26, 2016
St. Ferdinand St. Vincent De Paul
Cristian Outreach (COR)
Over the past several weeks, you our loyal supporters have
blessed us with food, and monetary support.
May our LORD bless you, and please keep up the good work.
We need toilet paper, paper towels, body soap, new
toothbrushes.
And anything else you can think of.
Sincerely,
Michael McGinniss
St. Vincent Depaul
Cris an Outreach.
773 622 9732
ARE YOU OR SOMEONE YOU KNOW WIDOWED?
Retreat | workshop for widowed, men and women.
Wondering: How long it takes before things begin to look
be er? How to move forward with your life?
Then consider a ending one of the retreat/workshops being
held this summer for widowed men and women.
July 9 and 10, 2016
St. Julie Billiart, Tinley Park, IL
July 23 and 24, 2016
Holy Family Parish, Inverness, IL
August 13 and 14, 2016
Mary Queen of Heaven, Elmhurst, IL
Being widowed is a special loss, and this program is designed
especially to help the widowed find hope and joy again.
Space limited – register early.
Joyful Again Widowed Ministry
1.708.354.7211 |
[email protected]
www.joyfulagain.org
GOLDEN WEDDING ANNIVERSARY MASS
Sunday, September 18
The Golden Wedding Anniversary Mass will
be held on Sunday, September 18, 2016, at
2:45 PM, at Holy Name Cathedral, 735 North
State Street, Chicago, Illinois.
Couples married in 1966 interested in a ending this
celebra on should contact their parish to register.
For further informa on, call the Marriage and Family
Ministries Office at 312.534.8351 or visit the website:
www.marriageandfamilyministries.org.
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SATURDAY SCRIPTURES SESSION
July 3, 2016
FRIENDLY REMINDERS
 If you or a loved one is in need of prayers due to an ill-

Pope Francis, encourages preachers and all Catholics, to
spend me for lec o divina, the prayerful reflec on on the
word of God appointed for us in the liturgy each weekend.
It began Saturday morning June 18, and will be con nuing
through the summer, Fr. Albert Judy is looking forward to
mee ng with parishioners who are interested in devo ng
more me and thought to the Scripture readings for the
weekend. It would be a great opportunity for our lectors,
but everyone is invited. We will gather a er the 8 am
morning Mass, about 8:45, and finish before 10. The place
will be the rectory basement, with entrance through the
garden gate. Maybe there will be coffee and donuts.
ST. FERDINAND CLASS OF 1951 REUNION
St. Ferdinand class of 1951 will celebrate their
65th reunion on August 14th at the Glenview Park Golf
Club in "The Cafe'. The Golf Club is located at 800
Shermer Rd., Glenview, Ill. 60025. The banquet will begin
at 12 noon. We are looking for any classmates we have
not been able to contact yet Please contact Carol Kochan
Hogan at [email protected] or (222) 764-2210 for
more informa on .
ARE YOU OR SOMEONE YOU KNOW WIDOWED?
Retreat | workshop for widowed, men and women.
Wondering: How long it takes before things begin to look
be er? How to move forward with your life?
Then consider a ending one of the retreat/workshops being held this summer for widowed men and women.
July 9 and 10, 2016
St. Julie Billiart, Tinley Park, IL
July 23 and 24, 2016
Holy Family Parish, Inverness, IL
August 13 and 14, 2016
Mary Queen of Heaven, Elmhurst, IL
Being widowed is a special loss, and this
program is designed especially to help the widowed find
hope and joy again.
Space limited – register early.
Joyful Again Widowed Ministry 1.708.354.7211 |
[email protected] — www.joyfulagain.org
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ness, please call the rectory to put your name on the
prayer list. If someone on this list has recovered, please
call the rectory to have the name removed.
If you or a loved one are in the hospital and would like a
visit from our ministers, deacons or priests, you must
call the rectory and request a visit. The privacy law
states that the hospital cannot provide a list when we
come o visit our parishioners.
Please no fy the rectory if you have someone in your
home who is unable to join us at Mass and he/she
would appreciate having the Eucharist brought to the
home.
We ask that if you have a loved one serving in the military, to please contact the rectory office to give us the
name of the soldier, branch of service, and rank, so the
whole parish can pray for your loved one.
If your address has changed or if you are moving out of
our parish and no longer wish to be a parishioner,
please no fy the rectory at 773-622-5900 ex. 225
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THIS WEEK
AT SAINT FERDINAND PARISH
Third Annual Old Irving Park Beer & BBQ Challenge:
Aug. 1, 1-5 p.m. in the St. Viator parking lot, 3644 N.
Kedvale Ave.; 18 barbecue teams, 36 local cra brews;
admission gets one sample of each and chance to vote on
winners; general admission $55 in advance, $65 at gate;
VIP admission (enter at noon, mingle with celebrity judges)
$80 in advance, $90 at gate; proceeds benefit St. Viator
parish and school; ckets available at
www.beerbbqchallenge.com.
Annual Buddy Charles Gries Memorial Concert: July 10, 3
p.m., doors open 2 p.m., at St. Isaac Jogues Parish, 8101
W. Golf Road, Niles; “Songs I Never Thought I’d Hear in
Church,” featuring some of Chicago’s best entertainers and
all friends of Buddy; proceeds benefit parish’s roof replacement fund; $20 ckets available in advance or at
door, for informa on contact 847-966-1180 or
[email protected]
St. Bartholomew Carnival: July 7, 6-10 p.m.; July 8, 6-11
p.m.; July 9, 4-11 p.m.; July 10, 2-10 p.m.; rides and games;
food, beer garden; bingo and loteria; raffles; megapasses
good for all four days, $50 before July 7; St. Bar tholomew
Par ish grounds, 4910 W. Addison St.
“Resurrec ng Nonviolence, the Power of Peacebuilding”:
four Saturday workshops on crea ng nonviolent communies July 9, 16, 23 and 30, each session 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at
Holy Family Church, 1080 W. Roosevelt Road; $75 for all
four, $30 for individual workshops, student scholarships
available; contact Elfriede Wedam, at 312-730-7379 or
pewedam @luc.edu.
“Shakespeare’s Tempest in the Year of Mercy”: July 28, 13 p.m. with Yates Hafner; hosted by the Siena Center of
Dominican University in room 263 of the Priory Campus,
7200 W. Division St.; ckets $20 available at
events.dom.edu or by calling the box office at 708-4885000.
Rummage Sale: July 16, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. (numbers handed out at 7 a.m.) at St. Nicholas Parish, 806 Ridge Ave.,
Evanston; two buildings of treasures; dona ons accepted
July 8, 9, 11, 12, 13; for more informa on, contact Sr.
Chris na at 847-864-1185 or visit www.nickchurch.org.
St. Thomas the Apostle Class of ’76 Reunion: July 15-17,
includes meet and greet with karaoke, alumni banquet and
silent auc on, Sunday Mass and recep on/tours of the
school; contact Denise Purdie at
[email protected] for details.
Monday — July 4 , 2016
FOURTH OF JULY
Office Closed
Tuesday — July 5, 2016
Children Mission Camp (Convent)
7:00PM — RKnights of Columbus (Canning Hall)
Wednesday — July 6, 29, 2016
Children Mission Camp (Convent)
Thursday — July 7, 2016
Children Mission Camp (Convent)
Friday — July 8, 2016
Children Mission Camp (Convent)
Saturday —July 9, 2016
Children Mission Camp (Convent)
Sunday— July 10, 2016
7:00PM— Mass for Poland
8:00PM—Reserved for Speaker (Jason Torba Center)
WELCOME TO OUR CHURCH
If you are new to our church or just visi ng, please
stop and introduce yourself. We are pleased to
have you share in this celebra on of the Eucharist.
If you do not have home, or if your church is not
home to you, we invite you to become part of our
parish family. Please call or stop by our parish
office to register
773-622-5900. We are glad you are here and hope
you will join us.
BULLETIN ARTICLES DEADLINE —
The deadline for bulle n ar cles is 3:00 p.m. on the
previous Friday preceding the Sunday of publica on.
All ar cles can be can emailed to:
bulle [email protected] erdinand.org or drop it off at the office.
Thank you!
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5 Reasons to Stay Until the End of Mass
content from Aleteia by Sr. Theresa Aletheia Noble
Most of us have probably done it at least once or twice.
We make a beeline for the door with our heads down a er receiving
communion because we have something important to do.
We hope our pastor and friends won’t no ce. And perhaps they don’t. But
Someone does.
As a religious sister who has moved around quite a bit, I am surprised by
how dras cally different parishes in some areas of the country are from
others. I am from Oklahoma and rarely see people leaving Mass early. I
used to live in California, and in the parish I a ended, people came late
and some mes le early. I am now in the northeast and am surprised by
how many people leave Mass early. But these pa erns also depend on
the parish. It is an interes ng phenomenon. An isolated incident is not
that concerning to me. But when half the parishioners have disappeared
to the parking lot before the closing song has ended, it makes my heart a li le sad.
Some mes I want to run a er the people I see walking briskly out of church straight from the communion line and shake them
and say, “You have Jesus inside you! Take a minute to talk to him, to thank him, to love him!”
Do you need some mo va on to stay a li le longer to a end the en re Mass? Do you know some other people who might?
Here are some reasons I stay un l the end of Mass, (besides the fact that I am a nun and it would be scandalous if I ran out right
a er communion every Sunday):
1. COMMUNION IS ABOUT COMMUNING: When we receive communion, we receive Jesus himself. When we eat and run it is
like visi ng a friend and the moment he is able to sit down and be present to us we jump up and run out the door yelling, “It was
so great to spend me with you, see you next week!” Communion is about communing with our Lord and Savior. In order to
commune, we have to actually savor this special me with him and take a few moments to be with our Lord.
.2. IT’S NOT NICE TO BE RUDE: Before Mass in the convent, we have a half hour of silent medita on on the Gospel. Some mes I
am late. I walk quickly in with my head down, embarrassed that everyone can see that I slept in. Recently, I realized that my
mo va on to be on me should not be to avoid embarrassment but because I am going to see Jesus. Why are we o en more
concerned with other people’s reac ons than we are with Jesus’? We think, I have to run because I have so much to do, so-andso is wai ng for me! But why is it easy for us to leave early and come late when it is the Creator of the Universe who is hoping to
see us?
3. MASS IS NOT AN ACTIVITY ON A TO-DO LIST: O en when I see people running out of Mass, it seems like they are checking off
an ac vity on their to-do list and want to be done with it. The Chris an life is not a to-do list. It is an invita on to be in
rela onship with God. If we are going to Mass out of a sense of responsibility, sure we may be avoiding mortal sin, but barely
scraping by in the avoidance of mortal sin is not the calling of our spiritual life. We are called to much more. We are called to
rela onship, to holiness, to transforma on.
4. THE FINAL BLESSING IS IMPORTANT: On the Day of Atonement, Zechariah, the father of John the Bap st, had the honor of
going into the holy of holies on the day the angel told him that he and his wife would have a child. The people eagerly waited
outside for him to give them a blessing a er he offered incense. When Zechariah came out mute because he did not believe the
angel’s message, the lack of a blessing amplifies the dishonor and the tragedy of losing his voice. I am sure the people went
home very disappointed. Blessings are precious. When a priest, who by his ordina on is configured to Christ, gives his final
blessing, we are being blessed by God himself. If Jesus were standing ready to give us a blessing before we le Mass and went
back out into the world, wouldn’t you wait for it?
5. YOU GET MORE GRACE: According to the Catechism, “the fruits of the sacraments … depend on the disposi on of the one
who receives them” (CCC 1128). There is a power in the sacraments in and of themselves, but how much of that power seeps
into our souls and plays out in our lives depends on our disposi on. If we are rushing out of church a er communion, chances
are our disposi on is not such that we are reveren ally aware of the amazing fact that we are consuming the body, blood, soul
and divinity of God himself. It’s heavy stuff. And it deserves a disposi on of great respect, if only because we all need all the
grace we can get.
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PONIEDZIALEK 4 LIPCA—
DZIEŃ NIEPODLEGŁOŚCI STANÓW ZJEDNOCZONYCH
Ś
więto zostało ustanowione na pamiątkę ogłoszenia
Deklaracji Niepodległości 4 lipca 1776 roku w Filadelfii.
Dzień Niepodległości nieoficjalnie obchodzono już od
1777 roku, jednak dopiero w 1870 roku Kongres Stanów Zjednoczonych oficjalnie ustanowił czwarty lipca dniem wolnym
od pracy. Na podstawie Deklaracji Niepodległości, trzynaście
kolonii angielskich w Ameryce Północnej przekształciło się w
trzynaście niepodległych stanów, proklamując uwolnienie
July 3, 2016
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Danusi: 773/919-2535
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MERRILLVILLE, IN .
Sobota, 9 lipca 2016 roku.
spod panowania brytyjskiego. Autorem Deklaracji był Thomas Jefferson, późniejszy prezydent Stanów Zjednoczonych.
Głośna Deklaracja niepodległości głosiła prawo do
ustanawiania wszelkich aktów państwowych, wypowiadania
wojny i zawierania pokoju przez dawne kolonie angielskie w
Ameryce Północnej.Ponadto była pierwszym oficjalnym
oświadczeniem dotyczącym tego, czym powinien być rząd.
Był to apel do całej ludzkości.
Z okazji Dnia Niepodległości w całym kraju organizowane są
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July 3, 2016
14th Ordinary Sunday
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ON BEING WHO WE ARE
Page Thirteen
Copyright 2016 by John B. Reynolds ([email protected])
Many years ago, I had a freelance wri ng gig for Catholic News
Service. Each week, CNS would give me a ques on concerning the
faith (like, “How do you live the Gospel?”), and my job was to get
answers from four or five strangers around the country. I found
my persons-on-the-street via the Kenedy Directory, a large publica on lis ng parishes throughout the US. I’d call the main office
and ask whoever picked up the phone if he or she would be willing to help me (and if not, if they would direct me to someone
who might). I did this for over five years, and I remember that
only one ques on elicited the same response from every person I
spoke with. I remember this because CNS wanted me to get a
range of responses, but from Hawaii to Maine, I couldn’t deliver
on this one. I don’t recall the ques on verba m, but the gist of it
was this: “What do you value most about our Catholic faith.” And
the rock-solid answer coming back again and again and again was
“Eucharist.”
With this in mind, let me share with you a story that my
daughter Sarah shared with me several weeks back. Sarah is a
part- me waitress at a local eatery, and she was working a First
Communion banquet in a reserved room of the restaurant. When
the celebra on came to an end, everyone went home except the
host family, and as the parents cleaned up, the li le girl--s ll in
her white Communion dress--opened her cards and counted her
money. Apparently thrilled with the haul, she said out loud, “This
is awesome. When do I get to do this again?” The mom respond-
ed, “Probably a er Confirma on.” “What’s that?” the girl asked.
“That’s when Catholics reaffirm their faith,” the mom answered.
“What’s a Catholic,” the girl asked. Perhaps surprised by the
ques on, the mom hal ngly replied, “Well…that’s what you are. ”
Perhaps surprised by the answer, the li le girl just-as-hal ngly
responded, “I don’t think so…”
And here we are, on the Solemnity of the Most Holy Body and
Blood of Christ. If ever there was a Scripture passage that defines
us as Catholics, today’s passage is it. Taken from the conclusion of
Christ’s Bread of Life discourse, it doesn’t hint at Eucharist as
some of the earlier passages in the discourse do (like, “I myself
am the bread of life. No one who comes to me shall ever be hungry”). Instead, today’s passage goes right to the flesh-and-blood
of the ma er. “Amen, amen, I say to you,” Jesus says, “unless you
eat the flesh of the Son of Man and drink his blood, you do not
have life within you.” And, “Whoever eats my flesh and drinks my
blood remains in me and I in him.” And, “Just as the living Father
sent me and I have life because of the Father, so also the one
who feeds on me will have life because of me.” I don’t--can’t-comprehend this, OK? And I suspect all of those people responding to the CNS ques on didn’t--couldn’t--either. And yet, each
one of them embraced it as central to their faith. “What’s a Catholic?” the girl asked a er her First Communion. May she grow in
understanding. May all of us do the same.
St. Ferdinand Parish
Support Staff
Mrs. Zofia Mazurek, Parish Secretary
Sr. Kamila Wojdyla, Administra ve Assistant
Ms. Elizabeth Ceisel-Mikowska, Bulle n Editor
Mr. Kamil Duda, Website Designer/Editor
Liturgical
Bro. Dr. James Drangsholt, Director of Music/Liturgy,
Lector & EM Coordinator
Mr. Kamil Duda, Polish Music Director
Dcn. Irv Hotcaveg, Deacon Emeritus
Ms. Jane Lohrmann, Homebound Ministers of Care Scheduler
Parish Council
Mrs. Sophie Kass—President, Stanley Mastalerz, Anthony
Mangiaracina, Peter Holod, Irene Heidelbauer, MaryAnn Barnhart,
Joyce McGiniss, Elizabeth Kata, Maria Gal, Br. James Drangsholt,
ExOfficio Members: Sr. Dorota Domin
Parish Finance Commi ee
Mr. Tom Bucaro-Chairperson, Robert Groszek, Tadeusz Czosnyka,
Edith Anaya, Mrs. MaryAnn Barnhart, Mr. Gene Szaben, Greg Ramel,
ExOfficio Members: Mr. Mar n Wojtulewicz-Parish Accountant, Sr.
Kamila Wojdyla, Irene Heidelbauer,
Parish Organiza ons and Prayer Groups
Boy Scout: Mr. Vince Clemente, Coordinator
Fish Fry: Mrs. Pat Wenzl and Mrs.Mary Ellen Leavy Coordinators
Friendship Club
Girl Scout: Mrs. Joyce McGinniss, Coordinator
Knights of Columbus—Mater Chris Council:
Mr. Edward Weyna, Grand Knight
Knights of Columbus Ladies Auxiliary: Marcia Codak
Ladies of St. Anne: Mrs. Violet DelVecchio, President
Legion of Mary: Miss Aurora Almeida — President
Legion of Mary, Juniors: Mrs. Emma Camara, President
Irving Park Catholic Woman’s Club: Mrs. Dolores Schoewe
Polish Altar Servers — Fr. Michal Wyrzykowski, Moderator
English Altar Servers: Fr. Pawel Adamus, Moderator
Polish Club of the Good Shepherd: Mr. Andrzej Parada, President
Polish Rosary Group: Mrs. Helena Lesak, President
Polish School Parents’ Assn.: Mrs. Bogusława Łakomy, Pres.
Radość: Ms. Marzena Kulesza, Music Teacher
Kropeczki: Sr. Dorota Domin
Lednica Group: Fr. Michal Wyrzykowski
Polonia: Ensemble Ms. Anna Krysinski 847-529-2555
MOP: Mrs.Marta Robak 847-312-6144
St. Ferdinand Athle c: Mrs. Linda Ward
St. Ferdinand Polish Highlanders Club:
Mr. Tadeusz Kulasik, President
St. Ferdinand School Board:
Mrs. MaryAnn Barnhart, Chairperson
St. Vincent DePaul Society: Mr. Michael McGinniss, President
Teens of Our Church: Fr. Pawel Adamus —Youth Minister
The Associa on of Apostles of the Divine Mercy:
Fr. Michal Wyrzykowski, Moderator
Ushers Club: Mr. Peter Holod, President
Pro-Life Coordinators: Tony Mangiaracina, Helena Lesak
Chapel Choir – Conductor Julie Tupiak 773-742-2611
Word of Life — Dito Camara 773-344-8514
St. Ferdinand Parish
Phone: (773) 622-5900
www.stferdinandchurch.com
Rev. Zdzisław (Jason) Torba, Pastor
Rev. Pawel Adamus, Associate Pastor
Rev. Michael Wyrzykowski, Associate Pastor
Rev. Albert Judy, OP — PT Associate Pastor
Rev. Raymond O’Connor, CMF — Weekend Help
Br. James Drangsholt, OSF — In Residence
MASS TIMES
ENGLISH
Weekdays
8:00 AM & 12:00 Noon
POLISH
W ciągu tygodnia
7:00 PM
Saturdays
8:00 AM and 5:00 PM (Anticipated)
Sobota
7:00 AM
Sundays
8:30 AM
10:00 AM (Chapel)
12:30 PM
5:00 PM
Niedziela
7:00 AM
10:15 AM
3:00 PM
7:00 PM
RECONCILIATION / SAKRAMENT SPOWIEDZI
Monday—Saturday / od poniedziałku do soboty
6:30 PM — 7:00 PM
Saturday / Sobota
8:30 AM — 9:00 AM
First Friday of the month / Pierwszy piątek miesiąca
6:00 PM —7:30 PM
St. Ferdinand School: 773 622-3022
Religious Education Office: 773 622-3022 ex. 352
Sr. Dorota Domin
St. Ferdinand Polish Saturday School: 773-622-3022 ex 303
Sr. Dorota Domin — Principal
Christian OutReach (COR): 773 622-9732
Mr. Michael McGinniss, Director
Missionary Sisters of Christ the King - 773 889-7979
Sr. Dorota Domin—Superior Sr. Kamila Wojdyla,
Sr. Anna Gorska
BAPTISM:
For Children: a pr e-Baptism class is required for Baptism of the
first child. Classes are held in English on the first Wednesday of each
month at 7:30PM in the Church, and in Polish on the last Tuesday of
each month at 7:30PM in the Church. Following registration, the
sacrament of Baptism is celebrated in English on the second Saturday
each month at 6:00PM and on the fourth Sunday of the month at the
12:30PM Mass. The sacrament of Baptism is celebrated in Polish on
the first Saturday of the month at 6:00PM and on the third Sunday of
the month at the 3:00PM Mass. Please call the rectory to register at
773/622-5900.
For Adults: Classes ar e taught thr ough the Rite of Chr istian Initiation Program (RCIA) on Sunday mornings at 10:00AM. Please call
Stan Mastalerz, the RCIA Director at 773/865-4151 for more information.
MARRIAGES:
Must be arranged at least four months prior to the
ceremony. Please call the rectory.
CHURCH NAME AND NUMBER —
St. Ferdinand #639
ADDRESS —
5900 Barry Avenue
Chicago, Illinois. 60634
PHONE —
773-622-5900
CONTACT PERSON—
Elizabeth Ceisel-Mikowska
630– 308-2609
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SUNDAY DATE OF BULLETIN —
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