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847-272-0222 Need Help Organizing?
The Catholic Community of Northbrook • Northbrook, Illinois
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Mass Intentions
Monday, July 25, 2016 (at St. Norbert)
8:30 AM † Fr. Richard Mueller, † Elizabeth Kay Galeana
Tuesday, July 26, 2016 (at St. Norbert)
8:30 AM † John & Jeanne Packel, † Sam Pantaleo
Wednesday, July 27, 2016 (at OLB)
8:30 AM † Poor Souls
Thursday, July 28, 2016 (at St. Norbert)
8:30 AM † Angeladea Assalonne
Friday, July 29, 2016 (at OLB)
8:30 AM † Teresa Skierski-Camarata, † Wanda Kostia
Saturday, July 30, 2016
8:30 AM (SN) † Noemi Mangosing
5:00 PM (OLB) † Brian Wisniewski, † Dr. Elena G. dela Fuente, † Gary Chaney
5:00 PM (SN) † Jeffrey Rusch, † Lizzie Seeberg, † Amelia Frigo
Sunday, July 31, 2016
7:30 AM (SN) † Dr. David Ahlering
9:30 AM (SN) † Thomas Mints
10:00 AM (OLB) † Marion Brooks, † Jose G. dela Fuente
11:30 AM (SN) † Marie Shanley, † Ed Denten
5:30 PM (SN) † Bill & Helen Chambers
Please Pray for our Sick (StN)
Paul Bartels
Regina Bartels
Gary Bergsma
Guy Blaszak
Juliana Bolsinger
Jeanne Marie
Burns
Denise Carr
Sandy Casserly
Barbara Cavallaro
Marietta Crosy
Evelyn Hallman
Kate Jacobs
Richard Jawgiel
Eugene Jordan
Elaine Khouri
Bob Krypel
Mary Ann Larsen
Eileen McAllister
Margaret Miller
Mila Pamintuan
Alison Pearson
Joanne Bransley
Quigg
Alex Ricciardi
George Riedle
Caleb Roth
Albert Serewicz
Donna Serewicz
Lois Ann Suter
Tom Sweeney
Rest in Peace
We assure the families of Fred Mondt (father of
Carol Gurda), and Judith Monroe, our prayers and
support at this difficult time. May their souls and the
souls of all the faithful departed through the mercy of
God rest in peace. Amen.
Please Pray For …(OLB)
Fr. Borre
Janet Brame
Tony Catenacci
Fr. David Dowdle
Mary Ann Duderstadt
Brady Irwin
Caitlin Kilburg
Jane Malley
Fr. Tom Moran
Chestine Nowaczyk
Carolyn Price
Christine Rakow
Angelo Suranno
Audrey Zywicki
Note: We have recently made an effort to update our
Sick List. We contacted those for whom we had
phone numbers. If you have been removed and wish
to go back on the list, please contact the parish
office.
Pray Also For Those Born to Eternal Life
Seventeenth Sunday in Ordinary Time • January 24, 2016
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Pastoral Sharing
Greetings to St. Norbert and Our Lady of the Brook Parishioners,
My name is Frances Johnson and I am very excited for what
lies ahead for all of us as we gather in faith. I am a recent
graduate from Catholic Theological Union with a Master’s
Degree in Pastoral Studies and became your Pastoral
Associate-Coordinator of Adult Formation this week. My
graduate school’s mission ‘prepares effective leaders for the
Church, ready to witness to Christ’s good news of justice,
love, and peace.’ I believe pastoral ministry must help
address challenges contemporary families face with the eyes
of faith, by being informed through Catholic decision
making for our present lived realities.
I was raised in a Catholic family of ten. Sometimes that
number grew when my mother’s three religious sisters
would visit from Ireland and Australia. Each of them
brought a different style of spirituality. I will share with you
a style and effect one religious aunt had on my life.
Aunt Eileen took me on walks close to home, asking questions that gave her a sense of where I
was in my relationships with family and God. She had a way of treasuring what I shared and
then imparted wisdom that lasted until the next encounter. For example, while I was the
caretaker for my grandparents just after high school, and newly attending an evangelical
church, I returned to my childhood parish pew for the next encounter. I shared my experiences
and let her know I was attending this particular church because of the scriptural education. She
did not react in judgment but ministered with Christian decision-making process and instilled
hope in my future. She informed me that the Second Vatican Council (Decree on Ecumenism)
explains all who have been justified by faith in baptism are incorporated into Christ, yet the
church’s hope is for restoration of unity among all the followers. Our encounters were always
in conversation with faith, education and hope.
This encounter later guided me to return to the fullness of the catholic faith. As a result, I
brought catholic scripture study to my parish in Chicago. This ministry grew to three classes a
week. As the faithful are nourished by God and by each other, we were naturally led into
service in parish community. This joy of sharing my faith led me to pastoral studies.
Fun Facts: I enjoy hosting dinner parties and of course attending them
I took classic violin lessons from a C.S.O. violin teacher from Northbrook
I have three Maltese dogs at home, a mother and her two offspring
I enjoy spending time with family
The Catholic Community of Northbrook • Northbrook, Illinois
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TODAY’S READINGS
Altar Server Assignments
Monday, July 25
8:30 am
Volunteer
Volunteer
Tuesday, July 26
8:30 am
Volunteer
Volunteer
Wednesday, July 27
8:30 am
Mass at Our Lady of the Brook
Thursday, July 28
8:30 am
Volunteer
Volunteer
Friday, July 29
8:30 am
Mass at Our Lady of the Brook
Saturday, July 30
8:30 am
Volunteer
Volunteer
First Reading — Abraham bargains with God to
spare the city (Genesis 18:20-32).
Psalm — Lord, on the day I called for help, you
answered me (Psalm 138).
Second Reading — Buried with Christ in baptism,
we were also raised with Him; all our
transgressions are forgiven (Colossians 2:12-14).
Gospel — Jesus speaks of God’s sure response to
those who pray (Luke 11:1-13).
The English translation of the Psalm Responses from the Lectionary for Mass © 1969, 1981, 1997,
International Commission on English in the Liturgy Corporation. All rights reserved.
Sunday Scripture Reflection Questions
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Jesus’ prayer reveals Him to be... When I pray
His prayer, I become...
I need the Holy Spirit when... I pray for the
Holy Spirit to...
In my prayer, I ask God for... God gives me...
Source: Living Liturgy – Spirituality, Celebration, Catechesis, Sunday and Solemnities Year A 2002
READINGS FOR THE WEEK
Monday:
Sunday Offertory (StN)
July 16/17, 2016
$11,697
Stewardship of Treasure (OLB)
July 17
2016
FYear to Date
Collection
$4,982.00
$15,718
Goal/Budget:
Excess/(Deficit):
$6,500.00
$(1,518.00)
$14,516
$ 1,202
Poor Box
FSF
Maint/Bldg Fund
June E-Giving
$11.00
$170
$390
$4809
Have you switched to Electronic Giving yet?
Thank you for your continued support. Remember
Our Lady of the Brook Parish in your will.
2 Cor 4:7-15; Ps 126:1bc-6;
Mt 20:20-28
Tuesday:
Jer 14:17-22; Ps 79:8, 9, 11, 13;
Mt 13:36-43
Wednesday: Jer 15:10, 16-21; Ps 59:2-4, 10-11,
17-18; Mt 13:44-46
Thursday: Jer 18:1-6; Ps 146:1b-6ab;
Mt 13:47-53
Friday:
Jer 26:1-9; Ps 69:5, 8-10, 14; Jn 11:19
-27 or Lk 10:38-42
Saturday: Jer 26:11-16, 24; Ps 69:15-16, 30-31,
33-34; Mt 14:1-12
Sunday:
Eccl 1:2; 2:21-23; Ps 90:3-6, 12-14,
17; Col 3:1-5, 9-11; Lk 12:13-21
SAINTS AND SPECIAL
OBSERVANCES
Sunday:
Monday:
Tuesday:
Friday:
Saturday:
Seventeenth Sunday in Ordinary Time
St. James
Ss. Joachim and Anne;
World Youth Day, Krakow, Poland
St. Martha
St. Peter Chrysologus;
Blessed Virgin Mary
Seventeenth Sunday in Ordinary Time • January 24, 2016
Baptism
Life in Christ through Baptism began for Acelan
Colette, daughter of Bart and Connie (Gariepy)
Pilarski.
The Parish Family wishes to congratulate both the
parents and godparents. We as a parish family pledge
our support and prayers as they grow with us in
living out the Christian message.
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To Teach Who Christ Is
Following our very successful Feasibility Study to gather
parishioner feedback regarding our upcoming capital
campaign, we are now in the planning phase for this
important effort. While To Teach Who Christ Is was
launched in the Archdiocese three years ago, there may be
parishioners who are unfamiliar with the campaign and its
objectives. We will be providing information during the
next several weeks through the bulletin so that the people
of St. Norbert are well versed as they make their decisions
regarding volunteer, financial and prayerful participation.
What exactly is To Teach Who Christ Is? It is a capital
and endowment campaign, originally spearheaded by
Francis Cardinal George, to raise a minimum of $350
million in gifts and pledges for parishes, faith formation,
scholarships to Catholic schools, and critical facility
issues.
Priorities of the campaign were identified in a
comprehensive Case Study, which included input from
administrators, educators, pastors and staff.
The
campaign’s fundraising goals have been outlined as:
Pilarski
Scholarships − $150 million for the Catholic Education
Scholarship Trust will generate millions of dollars
annually for new and continuing needs-based
scholarships.
Program Enhancements for Catholic Schools − $8 million
of direct cash infusion will ensure academic
excellence.
Strengthening Religious Education Programs − $10
million will support Religious Education programs.
“Next Generation” Religious Education − $2 million will
develop and pilot new approaches to religious
education and faith formation.
Capital Needs − $30 million will address specific capital
needs in Catholic schools and related parish facilities.
Parish Needs − $150 million will address parish-specific
needs through the parish-based portion of the
campaign. This number reflects a total parish-based
campaign goal of $250 million, of which 60 percent
($150 million) will remain at the parishes for their
needs and 40 percent ($100 million) will come to the
Archdiocese to meet parish needs.
If you are eager to learn more now rather than wait until
next week’s article, additional information can be found
at http://www.toteachwhochristis.org/.
The Catholic Community of Northbrook • Northbrook, Illinois
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Brook Happenings
Why Victims Stay
* threats and fear
* responsibility to save marriage
* learned helplessness
* shame and humiliation
* love
* duty
* marriage vows
* religious beliefs
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 hr.
(800) 799-7233
* In an Emergency dial 911
Sunday, July 24, 2016
10:00 AM Mass
Monday, July 25, 2016
10:00 AM Family Promise follow-up Meeting
Tuesday, July 26, 2016
7:00 PM Friends of Bill
Wednesday, July 27, 2016
1:00 PM Staff Meeting
Thursday, July 28 , 2016
Friday, July 29, 2016
Saturday, July 30, 2016
4:15 PM Confessions
5:00 PM Mass
Sunday, July 31, 2016
10:00 AM Mass
www.olbparish.org
Don’t forget that our bulletin is available
online at our parish website. It has all the
information you might have missed! Deadline
is 9am on the Monday before the weekend.
We also have a page on Facebook, which
posts updates regarding Holiday Events, photos from recent
events, and more.
Scan the code to the right with a smartphone to go directly to
our home page.
Shelter Needs
The New Life Shelter is housing several families (women and children) in the
warehouse-style safe haven in Chicago. As families are admitted they arrive with
nothing. They are always in need of hygiene products, diapers and women and
children's new underwear and socks. When our delivery was made last
week, they requested washcloths. Since the families live in the shelter for several
weeks, or sometimes months, they need the necessities many of us take for
granted. Many thanks to the donor this past week who left several "airline overnight bags." These contain
many of the needed hygiene products and lotions the families are handed when they arrive.
When we think of the necessities we stock up on please remember those at the shelter. Laundry products,
bar soap, deodorant, toothpaste, toothbrushes, etc., are always appreciated and disappear quickly. Our
collection site is at the North entrance of OLB under the coat racks.
The Hospitality team on Sunday Morning would like to thank the many volunteers who step up to help set up
and clean each week. Many parishioners and visitors stop in the kitchen without being asked and pick up a
dish towel to help leave the kitchen as spotless as we found it. The Women's Club purchases the paper
products, coffee and juices to supply or tables, but many generous recipients drop in a donation to our
"hungry piggy" to help with the costs.
There is a steady supply of food thanks to our Bread Brigade volunteers who pick up and package the
donations from Panera, Deerfield Bakery and Starbucks in Northbrook every week. Please thank these
merchants if you happen to be in the store for their generous donations to many sites along with OLB. In a
world where there is so much pain and suffering it is truly a welcome relief to see so many working together
to welcome those who worship with us each week.
Seventeenth Sunday in Ordinary Time • January 24, 2016
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Catholic Community of
Northbrook—An Update
Sunday, August 7
after the 10 am Mass
Our Lady of the Brook will hold a meeting after Mass on Sunday,
August 7. We will welcome special guest Tim Weiske from the
Archdiocese of Chicago, where he is Director of Strategic
Planning & Implementation. He, along with Fr. Bob, will speak to
us about the Archbishop’s Renew My Church program, the long
term plans for the Archdiocese and for our community, and
answer questions you may have. Everyone is welcome to attend
this special event, which will help us understand the changes that
are taking place in our community and in our Church.
The Catholic Community of Northbrook • Northbrook, Illinois
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Jubilee Year of Mercy
Catholic Community of Northbrook
Men's Retreat
Bellarmine Jesuit Retreat House
October 7-9, 2016
All men are cordially invited to attend the men's
retreat on October 7-9, 2016 at Bellarmine Jesuit
Retreat House in Barrington. The retreat allows you
an opportunity to set aside the demands of daily
living to gain a perspective on your life and be
totally refreshed in mind, body and spirit. There is a
series of talks by the retreat master which you may
choose to attend or not attend. The talks revolve
around real life experience and are tailored to
facilitate spiritual growth. There is no group
participation. If you wish, the retreat master and
other priests are available at various times for
individual private talks.
We are fortunate to have an excellent retreat master
in Fr. John P. Foley, SJ. A native of Chicago, he was
ordained in 1967. For 35 years, he served in Peru,
working in education and school administration. In
1995 he returned to Chicago to collaborate in
establishing Christo Rey High School, becoming the
founding president of the school that became the
model for the 26 schools in the Cristo Rey Network.
On Decembe 10, 2008 Fr. Foley was received by
President George W. Bush in the oval office of the
White House where the President honored him with
the Distinguished Citizen's Award for his work on
behalf of the vulnerable youth served by the Christo
Rey Network.
The retreat begins with fellowship and dinner on
Friday evening and ends with Mass late Sunday
morning, followed by lunch. Bellarmine Jesuit
Retreat House is located in a quiet setting surrounded
by 80 acres of beautiful fields and woodlands. For
more information and/or to make a reservation,
please contact Bellarmine Retreat House 847-3811261 or contact Jim Depies at 847-446-2205 or
[email protected] Let Jim know if you need a
ride.
July 24, 2016
Seventeenth Sunday in Ordinary Time
World Youth Day in Krakow:
“Blessed are the merciful, for they will be
shown mercy”
This week, the universal Church focuses in prayerful
solidarity on World Youth Day in Krakow, where
WYD’s founder, Saint John Paul II, served as
archbishop. Its theme coincides with that of Pope
Francis’ Jubilee Year of Mercy: “Blessed are the
merciful, for they will be shown mercy” (Matthew
5:7). Today’s Gospel echoes the same theme, as Jesus
unites prayer with mercy in “The parable of the
persistent friend.” Jesus teaches us not only what
words to pray, but what deeds must match authentic
prayer. How beautifully down-to-earth is Jesus’
portrait of a God who can be trusted to do what is best
for us. A pesky neighbor disturbs a sleeping friend
and disrupts the household. Yet beautiful images
unfold. Persevering prayer receives active, practical
mercy in loaves of bread, recalling Luke’s unique
expression for the Eucharist, “the breaking of
bread” (Luke 24:35; Acts 2:42). WYD, the Jubilee,
and Jesus thus unite to define perfect prayer as
persevering communion with God and unconditional
mercy toward our neighbor.
—Peter Scagnelli, Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co., Inc.
St. Norbert Ministry Schedule for July 30/31, 2016
5:00 PM
7:30 AM
Fr Bob Heinz
9:30 AM
Fr Scott
Hebden
11:30 AM
Presider
TBD
Lector
Patricia Kerrigan Maureen Garrity Stephen Pisanelli Dick Hills
Colleen Keaveny
Eucharistic
Ministers
Joan Bright
Kathi Clarey
Jack Clarey
Mary Delaney
Jerome Kerrigan
Sally Schoen
Jerome Schoen
Carol Alvarado
Fred
Lafnitzegger
Sue Lofgren
Jo Pisterzi
Diane Tuteur
Carol Wiemer
Kathy Owens
Pat Poulton
Richard Poulton
Ellen Reilly
Elizabeth
Sanders
Lois Shuey
Marti Sullivan
Cathy Alberts
Gary Alberts
Mary Ann
Chambers
Karen O’Malley
Randall Romei
Juan Sarmiento
Patricia Sowell
Altar Servers
Ellen Gilbert
Brynn Holohan
John Holohan
John Alvarado
Ronan Clarke
Sharon Dassouli Quinn Clarke
Sofia Gisiner
Giulia
DiPasquale
Ronan
Washelesky
Nicholas
Washelesky
Jake Hillman
Charlie
McMahon
Deirdre
McMahon
Brendan Lynch
Jeff Miller
Carl Miller
Andrea O’Brien
Thomas O’Brien
Valerie Rangel
Jamie Werhane
Fr Bob Heinz
5:30 PM
Fr Robert
Heidenreich
OLB Ministry Schedule: July 30/31, 2016
Sat. 5:00 PM
Sun. 10:00 AM
Presider
Fr. Bob Heinz
Fr. Ron Kalas
Lector
Jan Zorn
Dulcelina Stahl
Jan Zorn
John Marmet
A Susan Mart
B Kitty McCabe
CA Bob Alt
1 Dcn McAllister
2 Kathleen Wagner
A Anna Di Filippo
B Medy Newman
CA Peg Kritek
D Ginny Hartzer
1 Dennis Morrissey
2 Patti Whalen
3 Lettie Bratte
Ministers of Communion
Chloe Gutierrez
Nolan Whalen
Leo Mayer
Altar Servers
Greeters
Laurie Alt
Bob Alt
Mary Fran Bubak
Dolores Favorite
Paul Spanier
Meghan Rosenfeld
Tom Pick
Ushers
Colleen Liebman
Wayne LIebman
Wayne Bubak
Wilmer Lasquite
Tom Pick
Meghan Rosenfeld
Tom Haynes
Sacristan
Patti Whalen
Linen Sacristan
Judy Haynes
Sunday Masses
5:00 PM (Saturday evening) SN & OLB
7:30, 9:30, 11:30 AM, 5:30 PM at SN
10:00 AM at OLB
St. Norbert Parish
1809 Walters Avenue, Northbrook, IL 60062
(847) 272-7090 Fax: (847) 272-7771
E-mail: paris[email protected]
www.stnorbertparish.org
Our Lady of the Brook Parish
3700 Dundee Road Northbrook, IL 60062-2200
(847) 272-5686 • fax: (847) 498-0899
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.olbparish.org
Parish Office Hours: M—Th 9 am to 2 pm, Fri. 9 to 12
Catholic Community of Northbrook Staff
Rev. Robert P. Heinz, Pastor
Rev. Dan I. Folwaczny, Associate Pastor,
Michael Ward, Director of Music & Liturgy Coordinator
Owen Walsh, Director of Religious Education
St. Norbert Staff
Mona Lukas, Director of Ministers of Care
Frances Johnson, Pastoral Associate
Moira Cary, Director of Finance & Operations
Maggie Bruce, Youth Coordinator, 7 - 12 grade
Our Lady of the Brook Staff
Rev. Richard Sztorc and Rev. Tom Moran, Pastors
Emeriti
Deacon Peery Duderstadt
Deacon Dennis McAllister
Amy Principi, Bulletin Editor, Business Manager
Catherine Colleran, Administrative Assistant
Daily Masses
8:30 AM (Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday) SN
8:30 AM (Wednesday, Friday) at OLB
Liturgy of the Word Service
6:30 AM Monday - Friday (SN)
Reconciliation
Saturday 4—4:45 PM or by appointment (SN)
Saturday 4:15—4:45 PM or by appointment (OLB)
Baptisms
First and Third Sunday at 1:00 PM at SN. To register,
contact Frances Johnson, Pastoral Associate at 847-5136702 or [email protected] (Baptism
Preparation Class is the 4th Monday of every month at
7:00 PM in the parish office).
Second and Fourth Sunday at noon at OLB. Contact OLB
parish office to make arrangements.
Marriages
Arrange with priest at least six months in advance
New Parishioner Registration
All new families are welcome to register by calling the
parish office or by going to our website at
www.stnorbertparish.org or www.olbparish.org
Communion for the homebound
Call the SN parish office and leave a message for Mona
Lukas at 847-513-6708. Call the OLB parish office and
speak with Cathy at 847-272-5686.
Religious Education
Phone: (847) 272-3086 Fax: (847) 513-6761
E-Mail: [email protected]
Liturgy & Devotions
A Prayer Ministry of
St. Norbert
Youth Ministry
(847) 687-7696
E-mail: [email protected]
♦
Morning Prayer: 8:10 am Monday
through Saturday.
St. Norbert School
1817 Walters Avenue, Northbrook, IL 60062
(847) 272-0051 Fax: (847) 272-5274
E-mail: [email protected]
www.stnorbertschool.org
Geralyn Lawler, Principal
♦
♦
Rosary: Daily after 8:30 am Mass
♦
1st Wednesday: Eucharistic Day of
Adoration 9 am to 9 pm
1st Saturday: Devotion to Immaculate Heart of Mary;
Rosary and 15 minute meditation after 8:30 am Mass.
Please feel free to participate or feel free to add your
prayer intentions in our Prayer Book located in the
Eucharistic Chapel of St. Norbert.
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847-906-3231
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GARY G. ALBERTS, D.D.S.
Licensed General Dentist
DEDICATED DENTISTRY
821 Sunset Ridge Rd., Northbrook (At Skokie & Dundee Rds.)
A Franciscan Community 847-272-7874
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Parishioner
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JOHN HELMINSKI
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Dentistry Deerfield
JHR Inc.
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Ali Tekdogan, DDS
847-945-1050
720 Osterman - Suite 304
Deerfield
847-702-7524
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Hail Damage • Insurance Claims
Lic.-Ins.
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• Service Most Brands of Outdoor Power Equipment
• Winter and Spring Tune-Up Specials
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The Pepoon Group
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Roberts Heating & Air
Conditioning, Inc.
1847 Raymond Drive
Northbrook, IL 60062
Jackie, Barb, ABR, CRS, GRI, SFR
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Dr. Mary Anne Thometz Uhland & Dr. Robert Uhland
Parishioners
1340 Shermer Road, Northbrook • 847-272-7550
2 Wheel and 4 Wheel Alignment
• 4 Wheel Drive
Race Car Specialist • Suspension Specialist
Monday through Friday 8AM to 5PM
847-272-1810 1904 Willow Rd., Northbrook
(Between Patriot and Shermer Rd.)
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The Wochner Law Firm
JAMES J. WOCHNER (PARISHIONER)
Wills & Trusts • Income, Estate and Gift Tax
Planning and Preparation • Charitable Giving • Real Estate
707 Skokie Blvd., Ste. 500 • Northbrook
(847) 272-7360
[email protected]
J o e & To n y L a n d s c a p i n g
Landscape Contractors & Wholesale Nursery
Lawn Maintenance • Planting • Brick Paving
For Free Estimate Call Luigi
89 Lee Road
Northbrook
847/634-8233
PEGGY CAHILL
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784 Skokie Blvd.
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Northbrook
847.559.1145
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1220 Meadow Rd., Northbrook
847-272-4100
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847-272-3080
847-926-9650
Northbrook
Highland Park
8700 W. BRYN MAWR, STE. 600 S
(Just South of Lake Ave. on West side)
Faux Finishing
Wall Papering
Light Carpentry
Interior / Exterior
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& Tire Clinic
847-498-6237
20% Discount
Northbrook
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847-945-0896
630.541.3683
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663 Waukegan Rd.
Parishioner
Remodeling • Painting
847-272-0222
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KORDICK
ELECTRIC COMPANY
COMPLETE ELECTRIC SERVICE
RESIDENTIAL / COMMERCIAL
Established 1915 Senior Discount
255 Anthony Trail • Northbrook
847-291-9990
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847-272-1588
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OWNER
1220 Meadow Rd., Northbrook
Parishioner
847-401-6728
COLLEEN M. HOLOHAN, DDS
WILLIAM C. HOLOHAN, DDS
KIMBERLY A. BUSCH, DDS
Parishioners
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RESIDENTIAL • COMMERCIAL • INDUSTRIAL
3680 Commercial Ave.
Rewiring - Remodeling - Repairs Northbrook
For all Your Digital and
B I L L’ S
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AUTOMOTIVE
www.VISOgraphic.com
630.590.6100
The Dahlke Family
655350 St Norbert Church (A)
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Painting & Decorating, LLC
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www.peggycahill.com
HEALTH AND LIFE
INSURANCE
SERVICES
(847) 272-2100
[email protected]
Tom McPike
CRS, GRI, SRES, SFR
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1111 WAUKEGAN RD., NORTHBROOK, IL 60062
NECA
ANY AND ALL MECHANICAL WORK
• Brakes • Struts • Belts & Hoses • Shocks • Exhaust • Tires
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Over 40 Years Experience
BILL BORCHARDT
Alumni
1855 Techny Road • Northbrook
ED THE PLUMBER
ED THE CARPENTER
847-272-7820
Our Own Work
Lic# 055-026066
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847-492-1444
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