June 19, 2016 - Our Lady of Perpetual Help

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June 19, 2016 - Our Lady of Perpetual Help
seek, share, rejoice - pastor's reflection
Dear Parishioners,
loved you.”
Happy Father’s Day!
This week the parish celebrated the
life of Loretta Garvey who was a
towering influence in the her family
and in this parish. Over the years she
was a great influence at OLPH. It was
a beautiful celebration and an affirmation of the difference one person can
make.
I extend special greetings to all of the
dads in our parish. You matter! You
make a great difference in our lives.
Please offer a prayer of gratitude for
the influence your father has had in
your life. These are challenging times
to be a dad. Fathers, your sacrifice
and commitment to your family leaves
a legacy that shapes your family
forever.
Father Jerry Boland
Thoughts
on Today's
Gospel
In today’s Gospel
Jesus tells his disciples
that if they wish to
follow him they must
deny themselves and
take up his cross
daily. In Jesus’ time the
cross was not something nice or cool that
one could hang on the
wall or around one’s
neck. It was an instrument of torture and
execution. His point:
We are to lay down our
lives and let him take
control. Good stewards
hand over their lives
to Jesus no matter the
cost. They realize that
all they take with them
into the next life is their
relationship with Christ
Jesus. What are we
pursuing? A life that
tries to bring fulfillment
to ourselves or a life
that brings us closer to
Jesus?
© 2016 International
Catholic Stewardship
Council
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As the school year has concluded,
Archbishop Cupich is inviting all of
our parishes and schools to pray all
summer for a peaceful summer. This
is an invitation for all of us to make
the most of the summer holiday and
to hold in our hearts some neighborhoods in the Chicagoland area that
have found the summer to be a time
of increased gun violence and gang
activity. Parishes will be hanging banners with the message, “Praying for a
Peaceful Summer.” All of our Sharing Parishes; St. Sabina, St. Philip
Neri, Our Lady of Tepeyac and St.
James are in neighborhoods at risk for
increased violence. We support them
in many ways. This is a time when we
can support them through the solidarity of prayer.
All this week, our nation has been
grieving in the light of the mass
shooting in Orlando, Florida. As the
magnitude of this tragedy continues
to unfold, we pray for the victims,
their families and those who bear
deep physical and emotional wounds.
This act of violence horrifies us all.
The insanity of gun violence plagues
our society. The nature of this attack
requires us to be vigilant against the
temptation to be drawn into bigotry or
prejudice toward people who are Muslim. This tragedy also calls us to stand
with gay, lesbian and transgender
people who have often been victims
of outrageous hatred and contempt.
Singling out people for victimization
because of their religion, sexual orientation or their nationality breaks the
heart of our ever loving God, who calls
us to, “Love one another as I have
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Currently there are many construction
projects on campus. We are repairing the cupola over the rectory. The
chimney also was in need of urgent attention. We are exploring a plan to increase handicapped parking near the
elevator. We are replacing windows at
the school and playdium. We are renovating an apartment in the convent for
Sr. Joan and Sr. Paulanne. We also will
be doing significant masonry work at
the playdium. There are some HVAC
repairs taking place as well.
Jean Draths and I attended a wonderful workshop this week at the North
Shore Senior Center on the technology of hearing loops for public places.
This technology allows a hearing
impaired person to access the sound
system of the church directly and it
can dramatically improve the hearing
for those who often can’t hear anything in our church. We will continue
to explore whether or not the church
could take advantage of this technology.
Have a blessed week!
Fr. Jerry
seek, share, rejoice - spiritual engagement
International Widows Day, June 23 The OLPH Widowed Support Group will gather for a Mass at 5:30 pm,
followed by dinner at Gusto Italiano at 6:30 pm. The dinner cost will be $25 per person, limited to 30 people.
Please RSVP by 6/22 and drop off payment at the rectory. This is a great time for you and friends/family to learn
more about our group. Any questions? Kathy Underriner at [email protected] or 847-902-6319.
Special Mass, June 24
All are welcome to a Mass celebrating the Nativity of John the Baptist. Fr. Phillip
Cioffi will be the celebrant. Friday, June 24 at 6:30 pm in Lady Chapel.
Feast of Our Patroness
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.
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
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 the 8:30 mass-goers will call upon
the powerful intercession of Our Lady for
nine days prior to the Feast. Please join us
to contemplate and venerate the icon and
thereby receive great graces from Our Lady.
Novena with Father Isaac Lara
before the Icon Tapestry
•
Saturday, June 18 - Sunday, June 26
•
The Holy Rosary followed by Novena
prayers and a brief meditation on a
specific element of the icon
•
9:00 - 9:35 a.m. immediately following
8:30 Mass for nine consecutive days in
the Lady Chapel
•
(Sunday, June 19 at 8:30 a.m. following
7:30 Mass; Sunday, June 26 TBD)
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
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seek, share, rejoice - sharing and human concerns
Mobile Pantry Outing Recap
A big THANK YOU to all of you who helped out on Saturday,
June 11 at the St. James Mobile Pantry.
As the food truck was being unloaded, we were thinking how
we were going to prepare and distribute all these food items and
finish up by 11:00 am. But, you did it on this hot sultry morning.
A great job by all!
Tom and Linda Rinella
Sharing Updates and Opportunities
Sharing Ministry Meeting, June 21
The Ten Commandments of Sharing
The Sharing Ministry will hold its monthly meeting on
Tuesday, June 21 at 7:00 p.m. in the Dussman Room.
New members and new ideas always welcome. Join us!
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).
4.
Shoes should be gently worn.
5.
Small household items in clean, good condition are
welcome. Small appliances need to be complete
and in working order. We cannot accept TVs.
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.
7.
We can only accept NEW toys.
8.
We do find homes for most books but are unable to
find outlets for encyclopedias and textbooks.
9.
Please do not donate redecorating materials (used
paint, wallpaper, tile…) or construction materials.
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
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. Volunteers are needed
on Marquard service Sundays to prepare the meal at
OLPH after 9:30 AM Mass and to serve the meal at
Marquard Center, leaving at 3:30 and returning home at
7:30 PM. Contact Terri Guercio, 847-729-5916 or
[email protected] to volunteer.
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
Part Time Summer Job Opportunity OLPH School After Camp Care is looking for a certified lifeguard.
Monday - Friday, 1pm-3pm, $18/hr. June 13 - July 22. All or some of the days. Please contact Heather Sillin
at [email protected] if you are interested.
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.
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.
OLPH Parish
Domestic Violence
Ministry
Our Mission
It is the mission of the OLPH domestic
violence outreach ministry to bring awareness
of domestic violence and family abuse to the
OLPH community. We strive to inform and
educate all as well as direct those affected by
domestic violence to resources for assistance
to aid in their struggles towards safety,
recovery and healing.
Myths & Facts About Domestic Violence
MYTH: DV only occurs in lower class and
minority communities.
FACT: DV is found across all social and
economic groups.
MYTH: Church communities are exempt from
domestic violence.
FACT: Nonsense.
Remember, you are not alone. If you are a
victim of domestic violence, or know someone
who is, and need help, please contact:
•
WINGS 24 hr. Hotline and
Counseling Services and
Emergency Shelter at 847-221-5680.
•
National Domestic Violence Hotline
24 hours: 800-799-7233.
•
Life Span at 312-408-1210.
You are
not alone.
Father Boland with R.E. students at the Birthday Boxes service
project this past spring.
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seek, share, rejoice - school news
The Playdium was the place to be on June 8th as the Kindergarteners sang, danced and
received their diplomas from Fr. Boland. With their roots firmly planted, we look forward
to seeing them grow in first grade. Congratulations Graduates!!
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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.
The Power of Prayer
A little more than a year ago, our daughter and sonin-law received devastating news at their 20 week
ultrasound appointment - there was something
seriously wrong with their unborn child. Their baby
girl would be born with multiple heart defects and
would probably not survive her birth. They decided
to cherish every moment of the rest of that pregnancy and that’s when our family’s faith kicked into
high gear. We started asking for prayers and they
began pouring in. Bethie was born on August 26th
and sent home on hospice care but to everyone’s
surprise, she was still here when it was time for her
and big brother Freddie to move to Denver in October for their dad’s new job.
The prayers kept coming while they settled into
their new home with a new hospice team, which
could not believe how well this little girl was doing,
even with her labored breathing, blue lips, fingers
and toes. All the while our church kept praying
for our Mary Elizabeth as she awaited open heart
surgery. We thought we would lose her again in
April, two weeks before she was scheduled to have
her first open heart surgery. She was in pulmonary
distress and was airlifted to the children’s hospital
where the doctors were amazed once again that
she did not die. Every setback along the way was met with more
prayers and support from friends and family and
people we didn’t even know, for which we are so
grateful. Bethie just had her first open heart surgery
and the miracle that occurred is that she is able to
enjoy a walk in the park without the wind taking her
breath away, she has the energy to kick her little
pink feet and she can laugh - all things that she was
just too weak to do before. She will still need more
surgeries but we know God will take care of her and
her family whatever happens. Our daughter feels
that Bethie’s job while she is still here on earth is to
bring people closer to God through prayer and she
certainly has done that in her 9 months. What God
can do knows no bounds, and we will never stop
praying. Forever grateful,
Chris and Carl Prouty
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.
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our weekly intentions
Remember Our Sick
Sunday, June 19
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
7:30
9:30 Ch
9:30 Mc
11:00
12:30
6:00
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
Sigmund & Cecelia Williams and John Bolger (Fr. Lara)
Thomas Tomscheck and Tom King (Fr. Kartje)
Wendell Boesche and Michael Massarelli (Fr. Hickey)
Steve Kustra and James B. Riley, Sr. (Fr. Lara)
James Ahern, Sr. and David & Timothy Shields (Fr. Paddy)
Edmund Burke and Joseph Duggan (Fr. Boland)
Monday, June 20
6:30
8:30
Ben Robertson and Banu Siva (MFTL)
Vicente Emmanuel Cardenas and John Lysy
Tuesday, June 21
6:30
8:30
Ann Joseph and Bob Pasquesi
Karen Follen and Jack Lungmus
Wednesday, June 22
Our Beloved Deceased
6:30
8:30
Bob Pasquesi and Mary Butler (MFTL)
Antonio Liga and Ned Bifano
Loretta Garvey, wife of Bernard
Louise Grieco, mother of James, Janice Dura and
Thursday, June 23
Louise Tomaska
6:30
8:30
Recent Baptisms
Friday, June 24
Margaux Grace, daughter of Bridget (Hogue) Costello
6:30
8:30
and Lance Costello
Madeline Paula, daughter of Kelsey (Johnson) Hoffman
and John Hoffman
Gavin Matthew, son of Emily (Schmidt) Pappa
and Matthew Pappa
Ava Rose, daughter of Amy Beth (Bundesen)
Theodorakos and Nicholas Theodorakos
Upcoming Weddings
III
II
I
I
Megan Ficho & Nathanial Fansler
Kerry Weber & Andrew Ekland
Jessica Eick & John Grenato
Gabriella Gobbo & Jared Smith
Joseph E. Hein
Edmund Burke and Mary McKenzie
Agusta Clarke
Arturo Olivera Robaina and Eleonore McCarthy
Saturday, June 25
6:30
8:30
3:00
5:00
Irene Gaughan and Christopher Stevens
Tom Ziegenfuss and Gabriel Lorenzo
Ficho ~ Fansler Wedding
David Shipley and Brendan Feeney (Fr. Lara)
Sunday, June 26
7:30
Carol Ann O’Callaghan and Mary Cleary Mackie (Fr. Hickey)
9:30 Ch Emily & 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)
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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