Clarion, May 1, 2016 - Saint Anne`s Catholic Community

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Clarion, May 1, 2016 - Saint Anne`s Catholic Community
The Clarion
Volume 12, No. 23
SIXTH SUNDAY OF EASTER
May 1, 2016
Our Parish Mission
Liturgy Schedule
Led by the Spirit,
the Catholic community of Saint Anne
strives to live the example of Jesus,
who said, “I came so that you might have life,
and have it more abundantly.”
(John 10:10)
Monday-Friday: 8:15 a.m.
Saturday: First Saturday: 8:15 a.m.
Reconciliation: Saturdays, 9:15 a.m. until all are heard
Mass of Anticipation: 5:15 p.m.
Sunday: 7:15, 9:00, 11:00 a.m., 5:15 p.m.
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Wellstreams—Living Waters for the Journey in Faith
By Sister Lauretta Leipzig
PERSISTENCE IN PRAYER
If God knows all things, desires to give us good things
and hears us the first time we pray, then why does God
ask us to persist in prayer?
There is a story about a snail that started to climb a cherry
tree one cold, windy day in late spring. The sparrows on
a neighboring tree had a good laugh at his expense. Then
one flew over and said, “Hey, don’t you know there are
no cherries on this tree?” The little snail did not stop as
he replied, “Well, there will be when I get there.”
Continuing his climb, the snail knew that his persistence
would pay off in the end!
You are probably familiar with the gospel of Luke, chapter 18, where Jesus tells a parable that was traditionally
called the Parable of the Importunate Widow.
Importunate is a word meaning ‘persistent in making a
request’ even to the point of becoming something of a
bother. And that would describe very appropriately the
widow portrayed in this parable. She was unwavering in
seeking justice from an unjust judge. Today, the parable
is known as the Parable of Persistent Prayer.
Our persistence in prayer must be like the helpless
widow who just won’t quit. She won’t be put off. After
repeated pleas for justice, the hard-hearted judge finally
gives in and grants her request so he can be rid of her.
Jesus tells his disciples that if a selfish judge will relent in
the face of persistence, how much more will ‘God grant
justice to those who cry to God day and night.’ God,
however, is nothing like that unjust judge—God is
generous, abounding in mercy and eager to bring justice.
Early Christian communities were suffering persecution.
They were praying, waiting for Jesus’ return, waiting for
the great day when justice, mercy and kindness would
prevail on earth and everything broken would be
mended and healed. That day never seemed to arrive.
But Jesus told them, “Pray always and do not lose heart.”
We, too, often feel that we’re not being heard,
overwhelmed by the darkness of the world or of things
happening in our individual lives.
We can feel
discouraged, disappointed or just plain depleted.
Persistence is what we need at a time like this—
persistence in faith and in prayer. This persistence brings
us closer to God; it means that we keep showing up, keep
making ourselves available for an encounter, keep
sharing what is truly on our minds and in our hearts.
Persistent prayer is about relationship with God. It is one
thing to hear someone tell you over and over that God
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loves you and is always with you. But it is quite another
thing to discover that truth for ourselves, to come to that
knowledge in the very depths of our being. A second
reason for persistence is that prayer changes us. Prayer is
not like mechanically firing off a series of faxes as if we
can pray and, at the same time, stay at a safe distance
from God. Prayer makes us vulnerable, makes us real.
Did you ever think that persistence is for our sake, not
God’s? If we always get exactly what we want the first
time we ask, we would inevitably begin to treat God as
our ‘genie,’ only summoned forth to give us our heart’s
desires. But that is precisely what prayer calls into
question: What do we really want—something or someone? Do we want God’s will? Do we want God even
more than we want what we are asking for? So,
persistence both deepens our relationship with God and
compels the heart to examine what it really wants and
needs most.
Henri Nouwen, the great spiritual model, captured the
idea beautifully when he wrote, “You must be patient …
until your hands are completely open to God’s will.”
Perhaps God desires to give us exactly what we have
asked for but only in a time and way that the gift can
truly benefit us. Often when we attain what we need, we
depart and no longer pray so God protects us with the
pretext of need that we may concern ourselves with him
more closely. Saint John Chrysostom wrote: “I prayed for
many things and was not heard.” But he continued to
pray. The apostle Paul prayed that a painful situation
would be removed. When God didn’t answer his prayer
as he had asked, Paul changed how he was praying. He
prayed that God would help him to rely on God’s grace,
strength and power which was made perfect in his
weakness.
God uses persistence in prayer to mold, even transform,
our desires to change how we pray and even what we are
praying for so that we gradually come to pray closer to
the heart of God’s will. The whole Bible is the story of
God’s relentless pursuit of a relationship with his people.
So, we live in the confidence that God won’t give us NO
for an answer! His answer perhaps is not what we want,
when we want it or even how we want it but God’s
answer will come in a way that we truly long for in the
depths of our soul.
God will never give up on us so we don’t give up either!
God WILL answer our prayers!
Office of the Pastor
Stewardship of Treasure
Weekly Offering for April 24th, 2016
People attending Weekend Liturgies: 1,627
Sunday Offering Envelopes used: 342
Electronic Giving/Direct Debit/Stock
Total for Sunday
Weekly Budget for Sunday Collections
Difference
$19,438.00
$7,349.00
$26,787.00
$40,000.00
-$13,213.00
Year to Date Collections
Sharing Parish Commitment:
$66,068.00
Archdiocesan Required Collections:
$35,028.00
Debt Reduction Collections:
$40,096.00
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Year to Date Budget for Sunday Collections
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Worship
LITURGY CORNER—Edited by Rory Cooney
BODIES AT PRAYER—PART 1—INTRODUCTION
“That they may be one, Father, as you are in me, and I am in you,
that they may be one in us, that the world may believe that you have sent me.”
That was part of Jesus’ great priestly prayer at the Last Supper. Being one takes practice. If we start by
thinking of ‘being one’ or ‘acting as one’ as taking part in a flag team or synchronized swimming, though,
we might get the idea that unity means uniformity, strict conformance to a particular set of finely tuned
movements. But is God’s unity really like that? God’s unity is relational; it is the unity of three persons who
are one. God’s unity suggests movement, accommodation, relationship. Anyone who has ever been in a
relationship of love knows that ‘being one’ takes practice. Most of us don’t just fall into unity for the long
haul; we work at it. We make a decision, when we realize that things aren’t going to be magical and just fall
into place, that we want to be one. We choose to make a habit of accommodation and love.
God is love, and love is service. The habit of ‘acting as one’ comes from choosing to serve the other person,
no matter what. That’s what God does because God is love. Acting as one is a habit; we practice it in our
daily lives by being together in a way that consciously tries to serve the needs of others.
Our movement in the liturgy is much like this. Sometimes we stand; sometimes we sit; sometimes we kneel
or walk or sing. We practice doing things together for the good of everyone, not because they are things we
necessarily feel like doing but because we are rehearsing or practicing being one. When our bodies join our
minds and will to pray together, we submit to the good of everyone and practice being one. And our bodies
learn to follow our mind and will. Like people who make decisions to do the loving thing even when we
don’t feel like it, we choose unity over individualism because that is the prayer and will of Christ.
Over the next few Sundays, I hope to touch on specific areas of our bodies at liturgical prayer. I’ll say a little
about why we stand, sit, kneel, process, enter into dialogue, sing, be silent, make the sign of the cross, bow
and give a kiss or handshake of peace. And probably more.
Have a question for the Liturgy Corner? Email Rory at [email protected] Over the weeks
and months, I’ll get to as many questions as I can.
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First Eucharist 2016
SPECIAL BLESSINGS ON OUR CHILDREN
WHO ARE CELEBRATING THEIR FIRST EUCHARIST
Tommy Abbatemarco
Valentino Akpata
Giovanni Altamirano
Francesca Armocida
Maya Arzate
Cooper Barnum
Luan Berishaj
Roman Bleers
Emily Bogue
Brian Brauch
Brogan Brown
Aria Cesarone
Colin Cikowski
John Cocoma
Lane Conner
Ryan Costello
Claire Crossin
James Crossin
Maddy Cunningham
Hayden Dahlin
Michael Daugherty
Dahlia Davies
Cloe Deignan
Johnny Dever III
Lilah Dhanani
Joseph Dittrich
Tyler Doyle
Paige Dunham
Chase Dyer
Julianne Elwell
Jazlyn Fertig
Ryan Fitzgerald
Owen Fors
Brandon Fryer
Grace Fuller
Janet Gallagher
Ethan Gogol
Kayla Gogol
Charlotte Gray
Phillip Haim
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Ava Hardin
Isabella Heit
Camron Janess
Abigail Johnson
Trinity Jurczyk
Michaella Kalt
Tyler Kaminski
Brynn Kelly
Molly Kennedy
Jett Kohanzo
Nixon Kollias
William Krause
Katherine Kroft
Ella Krull
Henry Lange
Madeline LeBoeuf
Lukas Lechowicz
Kira Lee
Joseph Lodowsky
Ava Lutsi
Olivia Malinger
Caden Mall
Lily Marker
Andrew Marks
Caroline McCoy
Owen McGee
Joseph Mercure, IV
Jacob Meuer
Jack Miller
Aiden Moran
Riley Moran
Alexandria Naddeo
Mariana Naddeo
Piper Novak
Jay Oakley
Isabelle O’Hern
Isabella Pastore
Payton Pitcher
Charlie Ploder
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Jonathan Radosh
Connor Raia
Adriana Raykhshtat-Tomczyk
Christian Razniak
Madeline Regas
Sean Reilly
Benjamin Rodi
Alina Rojas
Carlos Saez
Katelyn Sauer
William Scarlatos
Mark Scavo
Carter Schultz
Molly Seifert
Eleanor Shannon
William Shannon
Cameron Sheilds
Andrew Smego
Marin Smith
Colin Starnes
Matthew Sumang
Emily Szarek
Anthony Szumilas
Maria Szumilas
Caden Taheny
Olivia Taheny
Kiki Tanking
Lauren Thompson
Declan Trainor
Charles Trapp
Noelle Tuerck
Isabella Vazquez Flores
Sarah Vinson
Devin Watros
Grier Wheaton
Connor Wiggenhorn
Ingrid Wright
Annika Wuttke
William Wyatt
Joie Zaehler
Faith Formation and Education
FAITH FORMATION 2016-2017 PROGRAM INFORMATION
GRADES 1-8—REGISTER BY THURSDAY, JUNE 30TH!
Saint Anne Faith Formation offers opportunities for adults and children in
formats designed for both households and individuals of all ages and life
stages.
Community Events are designed to reach and strengthen the entire Saint
Anne community. For adults of all ages, outside speakers share their
wisdom and provide tools for application of our faith to the everyday
world in which we live. For children and teens, Community Events
provide an enhanced Catholic foundation in a participatory and engaging
setting. All parishioners have the opportunity to grow and share in faith
together. There is no fee to participate in Community Events.
In addition to Community Events,
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Adults, watch the bulletin for adult-oriented opportunities throughout the year
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Young adults ages 17-21 with developmental delays are encouraged to participate in our SPRED
program
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Middle school teens register for Journey small faith groups
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Children in grades 1-5 register for Children’s Faith Formation
Interested in First Eucharist preparation?
First Eucharist preparation is a two-year process that typically begins in the fall two years prior to
sacrament reception. Those who begin in the fall of first grade will be prepared for sacrament reception in
the spring of second grade. First Reconciliation and First Eucharist preparation and reception can also
take place at any time beyond second grade. For those who are entering the second year of sacrament
preparation, please be reminded that registration is required each year.
Registration information and forms are available
on the Saint Anne website under
Faith Formation & Education / Faith Formation Overview & Registration
Questions? Call the Faith Formation Office at 847.620.3069.
As individuals, couples and families,
when we experience and share our faith together as community,
we are all richer for the experience!
The Saint Anne Catholic Community welcomes those who have an interest in developing a
relationship with Jesus Christ through the Catholic Church. The Rite of Christian Initiation of
Adults (RCIA) is the process by which we bring adults into the Church through Baptism, 1st
Eucharist and Confirmation. We invite you to consider joining other adults on their journey of
spiritual formation in this engaging, dynamic, respectful and spiritual process. For more
information, contact Michael Beard at 847.620.3070 or [email protected]
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Faith Formation and Education
FIRST EUCHARIST RETREAT
In preparation for First Eucharist, our children and their parents participated
in a day of retreat this past weekend.
Parents and children worked together to
design and create the traditional banners
that will hang on each family’s pew.
The transformation of plain pieces of felt into
beautiful, personal statements reflecting the
relationship of the individual and the sacrament was
remarkable.
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Faith Formation and Education
FIRST EUCHARIST RETREAT
The children were given an opportunity to
practice reception of the host and wine.
Predictably, the wine wasn’t a favorite!
Families participated in a scavenger hunt for items
used during liturgy. The learned the names of
various items worn by the priests and used in the
preparation of the gifts.
All shared in story on the Our Father, learning
line by line the meaning and intentions of this
beautiful prayer that Jesus gave us.
Families shared in hospitality and all enjoyed a
wonderful day!
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Faith Formation and Education
SAINT ANNE PARISH SCHOOL NEWS
AFTER SCHOOL CLUBS CONTINUE TO GROW
The Fashion and Sewing Club is new to Saint Anne Parish School this trimester. This club teaches children
a skill of a lifetime—sewing. Students learn how to pick and combine fabrics for projects as well as cutting
out patterns, sewing by hand and machine sewing. The students have made pillows, hair bows and
shoulder purses. They are now working on making shorts which they can wear this summer. This club is
perfect for the fashionistas at Saint Anne Parish School.
Also new this year is the Polish Club
facilitated by Father Chris. The students
have learned to greet their friends in Polish,
tasted some delicious Polish food and are
becoming familiar with customs and
traditions. They are learning about the land
that Father Chris calls home. Pictured here
are their handmade palms.
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Faith Formation and Education
JAMES ALISON SPEAKS AT SAINT ANNE!
On Thursday, April 21st, James Alison, author of Je sus, th e
Forgiving Victim, shared his thoughts and insights on the Prodigal
Son with a group of over 50 people as a capstone to our 30
session Jesus, the Fo rgiving Victim series which had been
facilitated by Rory Cooney.
James compared parables to a Swedish puzzle; to truly understand it, it must be dismantled and
reassembled. Deconstructing the parable of the Prodigal Son line by line, he provided historical context,
pointed out the many references and similarities to stories from the Old Testament and offered us a fresh
perspective on this scripture. All participants were engaged by his convivial manner and his keen insights
into a very familiar story.
Thank you to Rory Cooney
for his work facilitating the series
and for arranging James Alison’s visit!
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Rejoice! When we reflect on all that God gives
us every day, we certainly have good reason to
rejoice.
Considering the glass-half-full analogy, how we
see our lives is often a matter of our own
choosing. If we choose to, we can find much to
rejoice about in each day.
Oftentimes, joy can be found in looking back
through the day, seeing how events unfolded
and that God was there with us to support us
along the way.
If we make a point of looking for the blessings
in life each day and celebrating them, we will
most certainly have reason to rejoice!
Human Concerns
OPENING A NEW DOOR
AT ST. MARTIN DE PORRES
Residents at St. Martin de Porres House of
Hope are stepping through a new front door!
The Saint Anne Sharing Board provided
specific funding to the director, Sister Therese O’Sullivan, to
purchase this bright new entryway to replace the one that sustained
damage from the fire at the church next door. This provides the
security that is very necessary in their neighborhood, and the bright
red entry is a happy welcome to all of the women who arrive
looking for hope. The Saint Anne Sharing Board is proud to
support this women’s shelter on Chicago’s south side.
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Human Concerns
PROJECT HOPE:
WE ARE LOOKING FOR PASSIONATE
VOLUNTEERS TO HELP SERVE THE POOR.
Project Hope, located across the street from
Saint Anne Church, needs a few front office
volunteers who have a passion to serve the
poor .
HOUSE OF HOPE · PROJECT HOPE
GIFTS OF HOPE
We are looking for substitute volunteers for
half-day schedules (9:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. or
1:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m.) Monday through Friday.
Responsibilities include:
 Assisting clients in the food pantry
 Answering the phone
 Writing up work tickets
Project Hope · 320 Franklin St.
Barrington
Call Diane Barrett at 847.381.5721
to learn more about Project Hope
volunteer opportunities.
 Help as needed with food pantry drives and special
holiday programs
Benefits:
 You are paid in S-M-I-L-E-S
 Volunteers have more fun!
 No experience necessary
HOUSE OF HOPE:
SUMMER MERCHANDISE ARRIVES THIS WEEK,
SCOOP UP SOME GREAT BARGAINS!
Congratulations to
PEGGY SOBOLEWSKI
for receiving the Character Award
from BJWC!
With home office lights on past midnight
most nights, Peggy’s tireless work for
years volunteering as manager of House
of Hope and serving the poor every
Thanksgiving has touched the lives of so
many. We thank her for her years of
service!
House of Hope Resale
New & Vintage Treasures
955 S. Rand Road (Rt.12), Lake Zurich
847.550.2000 · www.hohresale.org
VOLUNTEER THIS SUMMER AT HOUSE OF HOPE!
We need adult and teen volunteers to sort, stock, and sell!
Schedules are flexible and count towards community service
hours. For more information, stop in and ask for store manager
Dawn Fournie or call 847.550.2000.
DONATE
Our convenient drive-up donation center is located behind our
store and is open Monday thru Saturday, 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
For a complete list of new and gently used items we can accept
or to schedule complimentary pick-up of large items, please call
the Hope Ministries office at 847.381.5721.
Great bargains on gear for the beach, backyard BBQs, parades
and playtime. From t-shirts to totes, sandals to sunglasses,
we’ve got you covered for the summer season.
Stop in and see what’s new!
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Human Concerns
AN INVITATION TO WEEKDAY
MASS AND SERVING MINISTERS
◆ Funeral Bereavement Ministers, Mass and Luncheon Servers
◆ 8:15 a.m. Readers, EMs, Song Leaders and Sacristans
◆ Chapel Cleaners
Please join us for a special
THANK YOU BRUNCH
Thursday, May 19th
immediately after 8:15 a.m. Mass, in the Hospitality Room
Community Life
INSTALLATION MASS AND DINNER
TUESDAY, MAY 10TH!
All Saint Anne Women’s Club members are invited to the annual
Installation Mass and Dinner on Tuesday, May 10th.
Mass will begin promptly at 7:00 p.m., in the Chapel, followed by dinner in the Hospitality Room. This is
our chance to say thank you and congratulations to past and future leaders!
There is no fee to attend the dinner, however, we need to provide an accurate number of attendees for the
caterer so we are asking members to R.S.V.P. by Sunday, May 8th to Mary McKenna
at [email protected]
* As our act of compassion for the final meeting, please bring hotel toiletries for the homeless.
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Community Life
SUNDAY HOSPITALITY
On Sunday, May 8th, there will be no hospitality.
Happy Mother’s Day from the members of the Women’s Club!
Sunday, May 8th: Mother’s Day—no hospitality
Sunday, May 15th: RCIA
SENIORS 55+ SOCIAL GROUP
Join the Coffee and Conversation Group on Thursdays,
at 1:00 p.m., in the Parish Center, for the following events:
Thursday, May 5th: Sandra Zgonina, RN, will present Sk ills G o o d to Kno w
for Your Grandchildren where she will discuss and demonstrate the lifesaving skill of Cardio Pulmonary
Resuscitation and Heimlich maneuver on adults, children and infants.
Thursday, May 12th: Cancer survivor, recipient of the distinguished service award from the
American Cancer Society and Barrington Lions Club member, Jim Wilson, speaks on volunteerism
and how it has influenced his life and community.
Announcing: Thursday Morning Art Workshops
Adult parishioners are invited to share table space, coffee and community as they work
on their individual art creations in the 2nd floor of the parish building.
Interested but not an artist? Bring an adult coloring book to enjoy.
Thursdays, May through August, 10:00 a.m.—12:00 p.m.
HOSPITALITY
The Saint Anne Seniors 55+ Social Group will host
hospitality on Thursday, May 5th, after 8:15 a.m. Mass.
All attendees are invited to the Senior Center,
lower level of the Parish Center, for coffee and a light breakfast.
Please join the Knitting Ministry on Tuesdays,
from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m., in the Senior Center basement lounge.
Please join us in making chemo hats (made of cotton yarn) to be presented to the
American Cancer Society's Relay for Life event in June and distributed to those
in need. For more information, contact Shirley at [email protected]
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Community Life
SATURDAY,
MAY 21ST
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Community Life
BLOOD DRIVE—NEXT SUNDAY, MAY 8TH
This is the time of the year when new life is springing up all around us. It’s a
blessing to feel a part of it, but not everyone shares this good feeling. Some of our
friends and neighbors are in serious medical need, and they need the help that
only we can give them. If you have the blessing of good health, share it. We can
multiply what we have been given by sharing our blessings with the members of
our community who are now in need.
Next Sunday, May 8th, from 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., in the school cafeteria, Saint
Anne will sponsor our spring blood drive. PLEASE plan to donate.
Our last blood drive was very successful. We saw many new donors, and over 100 critically ill patients
were helped. That’s the spirit of Saint Anne! As our community ages, we require more complex medical
procedures so the need for blood increases. There is no substitute for blood. Without our help, local
shortages would be inevitable. We need your help.
If you haven’t donated before, it’s easy. Bring your driver’s license. You must be at least 17 years old and
weigh at least 110 pounds. Most medications such as blood pressure medicine or aspirin will not cause
disqualification. The entire process takes about 40 minutes from start to finish, and the blood collection
itself takes 15 minutes or less.
This will only take a little time next Sunday, May 8th, so please become someone’s hero and discover the
particular joy of giving blood. Blood is truly the gift of life. For more information, contact Bob Powers at
[email protected]
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Sharing the Living Story
By Clem Aseron
(A) Lectionary texts: http://www.usccb.org/bible/readings/050116.cfm
(B) Bible texts (has verse #): http://www.usccb.org/bible/books-of-the-bible/index.cfm
SIXTH SUNDAY OF EASTER, 2016 (57C)
First Reading: Acts of the Apostles 15:1-2, 22-29
Responsorial Psalm: 67:2-3, 5, 6, 8. RX = O God, let all the nations praise you!
Second Reading: Revelation 21:10-14, 22-23
Gospel: John 14:23-29
Please refer to (A) and (B) above when I cite verses in the commentary below.
As it often happens, the psalm refrain is a key to the integration among the readings of the day:
O God, let all the nations praise you!
In his book, the Acts of the Apostles, Luke continues on from his Gospel to write his story to his Jesus
community about the early church and its struggles to maintain its integrity; in this pericope1, he describes
the very divisive struggle between gentile converts and Jewish converts. The Jewish converts from
Jerusalem insisted that the gentiles, who were culturally far removed from the practices of the Jews,
should nevertheless be required, as essential to salvation, to observe all the ancient laws of Moses,
particularly circumcision, the sign of the ancient covenant. Leaders of the gentiles, Paul and Barnabas,
take their concerns from Antioch all the way back to the mother church in Jerusalem for arbitration. This
pericope omits the description of the extended debate at vv. 3-21 and speaks only of the end result. The
Jerusalem church sends two of its own members, Silas and Judas, to accompany Paul and Barnabas back to
Antioch to authenticate the link between Jerusalem and the distant Antioch. They are to say definitively
that gentiles are not required to be circumcised nor are they to observe Mosaic Law except for whatever
provisions that the whole Jerusalem church—together with the holy Spirit (v. 28)—deems necessary (v.29).
Luke is careful to emphasize that it is the Spirit who guides the whole church and therefore, harmony and
accord is the result.
Psalm 67 is the sole Hebrew scripture pericope today. Its refrain, O God, let all the nations praise you and its
verses point to an inclusive God who embraces those outside the Chosen People; look at whom the
Psalmist names at vv. 5 and 6: May the nations be glad and exult because yo u rule the p eo p les in equity;
the nations on the earth you guide. May the peoples praise you, O God; may all the peoples praise you! Recall that
the plural, natio ns or p eo p les, refers to those who are not of The Chosen, who are not of the tribes of Israel.
The last book of the bible, the Book of Revelation, is written in symbolic and veiled language about the
heavenly world and the final judgment. Today’s pericope shows the very intimate connection of the Jews
to their scriptures as it describes the Church as the heavenly city of God. In the New Jerusalem, the new
city of God, the Father and the Lamb are overwhelmingly present; there is no need for a physical Temple.
The gathered body of believers, the Church, is the new temple (vv. 22-23). Recall that the risen Lord is
present in the smallest of gatherings (Mt. 18:20) as well as when the entire church (Mt. 28:20b) is gathered.
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Sharing the Living Story
In the risen Lord is where God and humans meet. At Rev 21:22, the tem ple is the Lord God Alm ighty and
the Lamb.
The pericope from John is part of the Last Discourse of Jesus to the disciples before he leaves them. Earlier
in this chapter, at 15-17, Jesus had said that if one loved him and kept his commandments, the Father
would send another Advocate to dwell with them forever. In a second promise, at 18-21, he reminded
them he would leave them but would return and would dwell in them as they would in him, and this was
possible because the Father was in him. This intimacy is graphic in today’s passage at v.23: Whoever loves
me will keep my word, and my Father will love him and we will come to him and make our dwelling with him; this
indwelling is the Lo rd Go d alm ighty and the Lam b—the very same as at Rev 21:22! This is the farewell
gift of peace: the indwelling in the people of the Father and the Son. This is the teaching that the Holy
Spirit will bring to the ones left behind (v.26) when Jesus leaves.
O God, let all the nations praise you!
So What?
It is a very comforting image in our hearts to think of the Father and the Christ
making a home within us and staying there …
and of our being made secure by the constant teaching and promptings of the Holy Spirit.
Imagine it … it is a kind of peace that the world cannot give!
How do we reflect, how do we pray, as we read the opening of John’s v.23:
Whoever loves me will keep my word …
followed by the opening of v.24:
Whoever does not love me does not keep my words … ?
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Biblical passage chosen to reflect the liturgical sense of that day of the liturgical year being celebrated.
The pericope may be modified: e.g., today, only the Gospel pericope has continuous verses;
the other three have discontinuous verses.
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Saint Anne Catholic Community
COMMUNITY OFFERINGS/NEEDS
Ensuring PEACE ~ Ending Domestic Violence
Note: Saint Anne prints the offerings/needs as a service to its
parishioners and does not endorse or accept responsibility for them.
6 WARNING SIGNS INDICATING AN ABUSIVE
AND/OR UNHEALTHY RELATIONSHIP:
Home caregiver available for older adults. Call parishioner, Debbie,
847.254.3454.
College-aged nanny available, summer work. Kelly, 847.550.8464.
Free riding tractor. Call Margaret, 847.381.2755.
Room needed. Grad student seeks room/inlaw apt. in exchange for
work in home/business or childcare. Call Lauren, 312.316.9805.
Experienced dog walker/sitter available. Claire, 847.220.0840.
House/pet sitting, domestic services, extended stay. Jo Ann,
847.476.1855, [email protected]
Statistics tutoring available. All levels. Contact [email protected]
Experienced caregiver available. Call Clare, 847.707.9992.
Experienced, dedicated caregiver available. Julia, 219.308.5399.
Home available adjacent to Saint Anne School. Call 847.721.0337.
Personal female assistant/companion/caregiver/driver. 847.903.6514.
Former basketball player will help develop your game. 847.714.6540.
Organizational skills available. Call Caroline at 312.303.2007.
Cleaning available. Call Magdelena at 224.730.1312.
Painting, carpentry, odd jobs. Call Arturo at 224.730.1312.
Sitter available. Aneta, 630.550.7805. Referral, Anna, 847.361.0655.
Home daycare. Parishioner, Diane, 847.809.2294.
Infant care in your home. 40 years experience. Ellen, 847.550.1963.
Professional furniture moving. Call Anthony at 224.622.0297.
Caregiver/driver/companion. FT/PT. Bruno, 847.224.5345.
Babysitter available to clean/care for adults. Irma, 847.382.4762.
Math tutor, 6th-12th grade. [email protected], 312.545.9297.
Architect/parishioner, Joe, 847.738.1812, [email protected]
Handyman available. $15.00/hr. Call Rosolio at 847.382.4762.
Reading/writing specialist. [email protected], 847.382.3592.
SEXIST ATTITUDE: Does your partner insist that “women
should know their place?”
INSULTS: Does your partner put you down for your opinions
or laugh at what you believe in? Does he/she make you feel
stupid, ignorant or incompetent?
PSYCHOLOGICAL ABUSE: Does your partner make comments
such as, “You’re no good?” Does he/she make you feel unable
to do anything right or that you can’t get along in the world
without his/her help?
RIDICULE: Does your partner make fun of you alone or in
other people’s presence?
BLAMING OTHERS: Does your partner blame others for what
he/she does or what happens to him/her?
EXCESSIVELY CRITICAL OF YOU OR YOUR FAMILY: Does
your partner say negative things about you or your family?
If you answered YES to one or more of these questions, you or
someone you know may be a victim of domestic violence.
PLEASE CALL:
• Mary Hoffing, Human Concerns, 847.382.2148
• 24 Hr. Domestic Violence Hotline, 847.697.2380
• Emergencies, 911
Saint Anne will assist through referral and by offering
spiritual, emotional and practical support, as possible.
LITURGICAL MINISTER SCHEDULE - MAY 7TH-MAY 8TH
Time
Presider
Mass Coordinators and Eucharistic Ministers
Lectors
Altar Servers
5:15 p.m.
Fr. Jack
Dewes
Susan Doody, F. Wrobleski E. Accordino, N. Barrett, D. Brown (sub req.),
R. Farrell, S. Oakley, H. Pino, T. Skleba, L. Spinner, M. Spinner, NOT FILLED (2)
I. LaCesa
N. Deignan
J. LaCesa
George Bowman
M. Mercado
J. Mirski
7:15 a.m.
Fr. Chris
Ciastoń
M. Bartels
M. Dehn
J. Rich
D. Tyrpin
Leah Eisenbarth
T. Sneed (sub req.)
Logan Eisenbarth
9:00 a.m.
B. Bishop, S. Bishop J. Albanese, M. Albanese, J. Clark, C. Crompton,
Fr. Bernie
L. DeGrazia, C. Fleming, V. Giamalva, J. Huynh, M. Kantarski, M. Kurowski,
Pietrzak
K. Mastrangeli, M. McGuire, K. Murphy, T. Smith, K. Tabak, M. Tracy, A. Wrzos
11:00 a.m.
Fr. Chris
Ciastoń
D. Walker, J. Walker S. Beattie, V. Brenneman, L. Burns, M. Carens, F. Cotter,
S. Cywinski, R. Diak-Witek, D. Froehlke, C. Galizia, K. Garcia, P. Hirsch,
E. Moran, D. Moran, N. Nolan, J. Werner, S. Werner, L. Wood
J. Daluga
H. Reinhart
L. Hahn
A. Kasch
J. Konieczka
N. Burns (sub req.)
5:15 p.m.
Fr. Tom
Bishop
L. Wolf, G. Wolf L. Clement, Kim Darch, E. Diaz-Jimenez, V. Kostecki,
K. Levecke, J. Naughton, E. Quinn (sub req.), S. Raseman, H. Wisniewski (sub req.,
J. Wisniewski, NOT FILLED
J. Harrington
J. Shearin
B. Murtaugh
J. Vlasak
D. Sasser
B. Biehl
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Familyministered
Mass
W. Graff
P. Hessling
J. Heit
Our Weekly Intentions
REMEMBER OUR SICK IN PRAYER
Anthony Ament
Laura Beck
Michael Betlinski
Michael Bey
Tom Black
Chuck Brennemann
Philip Cano
Doris Carey and Kyle Carey
Walt Casten
Sally Connolly
Jay Cooper
David Cox
Susan Cross
Lucy Cunningham
Michael Czaja
Faye Dargan
Mario DiLullo
Lauretta Dolan
Christine Donohoo
Loraine Drews
John Dunbar
Jack Estes
Ryan Etton
Mary Ann Golden
Jeff Hunter
Sue Jacob
Karen Jezierski
Michelle Karl
Caroline Kolder
James Kowall
Tim Kraemer
Sedd Lamang
Linda Lenc
John Lenz
Corryn Lohmeyer
Elaine Lunn
Mike Manczko
Anna Marchie
Donna Mautner
Becky and Theresa McCoy
Mary McKeirnan
Bill McKinley
Alex McNamara
Peter Meyer
Virginia Miller
Judy Monroe
Stan Moston
Jeri Mullin
Doris Mulvihill
Sharon Murray
Ross Nevler
Mary Lou O’Brien
Andrew O’Connell
Suzanna Perr
Joan and Dennis Peters
John Peterson
Dick Plenge
Joan Prey
Alexander Proebstle
Peter Reyther
Christine Rink
Bob Ross
Ray Sambo
Herman Schamberger
Rick Schaschwary
Michelle Schmitt
Dominic Sesto
Kathy Seveska
John Mark Shaw
Bill Simons
Lachlan Stephen
Bruce Stopka
Janet and Keane Sullivan
Urban Thobe
James Michael Thompson
Will Tobias
Thomas Towne
Sophia Trujillo
Richard Tucker
Jim Ulmes
Becky Urbanski
Miranda Valles
Bonnie Vaughan
Jack Vaughn
Kenneth Villamar
Roy Wilkes
Laura Wortman
Tina Zagroba
Virginia Zwolinski
RECENT BAPTISMS
Vincent James Deligio III (Megan and Vincent)
Stella Grace Desio (Beth and Michael)
Gordan Matthew Dohn (Renee and Matthew)
Audrina Claire Perlino (Donna and Christopher)
Cole Christopher Zingler (Cassandra and Christopher)
OUR BELOVED DEAD
Edward H. Morrissey II, husband o f Do ris and
father of Edward, Patrick, Susan Poole and Douglas;
Noah Rappé, bro ther o f Austin;
Fr. Tom Wolter, uncle o f Jam ie Mark in;
Jack Zimmerman, father o f Janet and Jam es
MASS INTENTIONS
Monday, May 2nd, Acts 16:11-15; John 15:26-16:4a
8:15 a.m. (JD) Saint Anne Purgatorial Society
† Paul Wisniewski—The Family
Tuesday, May 3rd, 1 Co rinth ians 15:1-8; John 14:6-14
8:15 a.m. (BP) Saint Anne Perpetual Mass Society
† Brady Zgonina—Grandma and Grandpa
† Jeffrey Hile—Ken and Nancy Hile
Wednesday, May 4th, Acts 17:15, 22-18:1; John 16:12-15
8:15 a.m. (CC) † Margo Loew—Craig Loew
Thursday, May 5th, Acts 18:1-8; John 16:16-20
8:15 a.m. (CC) † Helen Kwasniewski—The Family
Friday, May 6th, Acts 18:9-18; John 16:20-23
8:15 a.m. (TB) Saint Anne Perpetual Mass Society
† Bart James Winn—Barbara Winn
† Marlene Alvarado—The Johnson Family
Saturday, May 7th, Acts 18:23-28; John 16:23b-28
8:15 a.m. (TB) † Stanley Gonsalves—Gene and Mary Podrazik
Acts 1:1-11; Ephesians 1:17-23; Luke 24:46-53
5:15 p.m. (JD) † Marie Biddle—The Family
† Allen Hayes—Esther Lark
Sunday, May 8th, Acts 1:1-11; Ephesians 1:17-23; Luke 24:46-53
7:15 a.m. (CC) People of Saint Anne
† Donald Bernhard—The Jagmin Family
9:00 a.m. (BP) † Charlene Taylor—Tom Taylor
† Nancy Stack—The Family
† Juanita Michael—Pat Evasink
† Christine Bischof—The Family
† Elaine Zoffer—Pat Evasink and Mary Howard
† Frances Jennings—Tracy & Scott Brown and Pat & Diane McKillen
† Patrick Saunders—Joann Saunders
11:00 a.m. (CC) † Mary Morgan—The Family
† Mary Marion—The Mosier Family
† Robert K. Todd—The Peter and Luci Mori Family
† Sofia and Frank Comber—The Comber Family
† Helen Kwasniewski—The Family
† Leona Horne—Tom and Cathy Faust
5:15 p.m. (TB) † Sandra DiCecca—Philip DiCecca
† James Jacobsen—The Family
PARISH EVENTS
Monday, May 2nd
9:15 a.m.
Women’s Scripture Sharing Group—Parish Center
7:00 p.m.
Pope Francis Book Discussion—Thane Hall (last one)
Tuesday, May 3rd
7:00 p.m.
Rosary—Chapel
7:30 p.m.
Adult Choir—Parish Center
Wednesday, May 4th
1:30 p.m.
May Crowning—Church
Thursday, May 5th, Cinco de Mayo
Friday, May 6th
Saturday, May 7th
9:15 a.m.
Reconciliation (CC)—Chapel
Sunday, May 8th, Mother’s Day, Ascension of the Lord
8:00 a.m.
Blood Drive—School Cafeteria
9:00 a.m.
Family-ministered Mass
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We buy Estates,
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Located in the heart of Barrington
216 S. Northwest Highway
847.381.4100
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under an ADVERTISED blanket
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& Parishioner
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1415 Palatine Rd., Hoffman
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(224) 578-1717
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Kevin
Sullivan
M.D.
Brent
Ostoich
O.D.
Parishioner
Parishioner
of ADVERTISED coffee
drives to work
in an ADVERTISED car
and then . . . .
refuses to ADVERTISE
believing it doesn’t pay.
Later if business is poor
he ADVERTISES it for sale.
WHY IS IT?
Deborah L.
Klesken O.D.
Christine
Mata M.D.
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847-540-8871
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1250 S. Grove Ave., Ste. 302
Barrington, IL 60010
(847) 847.2134
[email protected]
Our 2nd Century of Service
Roger D. Ahlgrim
ED THE PLUMBER
ED THE CARPENTER
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Cell:
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We’re Between Rt.’s 59 & 14
One Block East
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22049 N. Pepper Rd.
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Sunday Missal
Domestic & Foreign
Used Auto Sales
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224 W. Main St. Barrington
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“Home Sales & Rentals”
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JHR Inc.
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847-702-7524
Hail Damage • Insurance Claims
Lic.-Ins.
Leaf Defier
Following Jesus Every Day:
GOSPEL MEDITATIONS FOR DAILY LIVING
Ninety days’ worth of Gospel verses and reflections including
a meditation, a prayer, a simple activity for the day and
a related verse from the Old Testament. Ideal for Lent
and Eastertime, or for any time of year!
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Dine In • Take Out • Catering
Open 6:30 AM-2:30 PM Daily
Seating Up to 100 for
Special Occasions with any
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4 Generations of Plumbers
Commercial & Residential
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Disposals - Sump Pumps - Rodding
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• Plants and Garden Supplies
FERRARI FURNITURE DOCTOR
Facelift Repairs & Refinishing
• Containers and Statuary
630-253-1090
• Home and Garden Accents
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Saint Anne Catholic Community
120 North Ela Street, Barrington, Illinois 60010
Parish Office
847.382.5300 847.382.5363 (fax)
Monday - Thursday: 9:00 A.M.—5:00 P.M.
Fridays during summer: 9:00 A.M.—12:00 P.M.
Saturday/Sunday: 9:00 A.M.—1:00 P.M.
Saint Anne Parish Staff:
Pastor Fr. Bernie Pietrzak
[email protected]
Assistant to the Pastor
Ms. August Link 847.620.3055
[email protected]
Pastor Emeritus Fr. Jack Dewes 847.620.3058
Associate Pastors
Fr. Tom Bishop 847.620.3060
[email protected]
Fr. Chris Ciastoń 847.620.3059
[email protected]
Pastoral Associate
Michael Beard 847.620.3070
[email protected]
Deacon Couples
Jim and Ellen Condill
Bill and Sueann Karstenson
Bob and Sue Powers
Sr. Anna Marie Dressler 847.381.5793
[email protected]
Sr. Lauretta Leipzig 847.381.5452
[email protected]
Director, Liturgy and Music
Rory Cooney 847.620.3064
[email protected]
Associate Director, Liturgy and Music
Georgene Farman 847.620.3066
[email protected]
Interim Director, Human Concerns
Paul Schnepf 847.382.2148
[email protected]
Interim Director, Hope Ministries
Mary Bottie 847.381.1159
Diane Barrett 847.381.5721
Project Hope Office Manager
Business and Operations Manager
Margaret Buckstaff 847.620.3054
mbuckstaff@stannebarrington.org
Office Assistant
Cathy Faust 847.382.5300
[email protected]
Computer Administrator
Carol Helmers 847.620.3051
[email protected]
Receptionist
Carla Stobart 847.382.5300
Marketing, Development and Communications
Coordinator
Amy Holsworth 847.620.3052
[email protected]
Maintenance Supervisor
Sarge Youkhanna 847.620.3078
School Maintenance
Dave Rozycki 847.620.3007
Faith Formation and Education
847.756.4051 (fax)
Director, Lifelong Faith Formation
Mary Jane Kurowski 847.620.3071
[email protected]
Faith Formation Coordinator
Jeffrey Joseph 847.620.3067
[email protected]
Implementation Coordinator
Carla Czyzewski 847.620.3069
[email protected]
Administrative Assistant
Marianne Bondi 847.620.3068
[email protected]
Director, Youth and Young Adult Ministry
Michael Hugo 847.620.3073
[email protected]
Administrative Assistant
Karen Poglitsch 847.620.3072
[email protected]
Saint Anne Parish School
319 E. Franklin Street, 847.381.0311
Principal Mrs. Dawn Kapka
[email protected]
Office Manager/Marketing Director
Donna Cherwin
[email protected]
Sharing Parish
Saint Frances of Rome, Cicero, 60804
Fr. Mark Bartosic, Pastor 708.652.2140
Parish Council of Ministries
[email protected]
847.620.3057
Bill Graff, Chairp erso n
Julie Andrews, Hum an Co ncerns Com m issio n
Liz Cocoma, Faith Fo rmatio n and Ed ucatio n
Susan Doody, Worship Co m missio n
Mark Karney, Wo rship Co m missio n
Christine Jodoin, Faith Formatio n and Ed ucatio n
Claire Hamilton, Human Co ncerns Com m issio n
Donna Nobregas, Co m munity Life Co m missio n
Andrea Wirt, Co mm unity Life Co mmissio n
Jerry Rodosky, Deanery Rep resentative
Jim Condill, Offi ce o f the Pasto r
Jim Young, Office of the Pastor
Finance Council
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David Wirt, Chairperso n
Ron Cobb
Sarah Gainer
Joe Gurreri
JP Hills
Andrew Kelleher, Jr. Lisa Koehler
Nathan Perry
Pete Scheffler
School Advisory Board
Colleen Kozak, Chairp erso n
Hayde Federighi
Margaret Graff
Christine Jodoin
Liz Pitcher
Denise Peters
Pete Scheffler
Norm Yustin
Clarion Bulletin Editor
Kerry Miller 630.278.8807
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Sacraments
We believe that the celebration of the sacraments
ranks among the most important gifts that we have.
We look forward to sharing these celebrations with
those who, in some way, are part of our community.
Therefore, please note the following:
Visitation of the Sick: If you or a family member are in a local
hospital or are homebound and would like a visit from a
minister of care or a priest, call Mary Hoffing at 847.382.2148.
Baptism: Our Baptism ministry is pleased to help your
family prepare for the special event of your child’s entrance
into our faith community.
 Two Baptism sessions are required for parents baptizing
their 1st child
 Parents who have had a Baptism at another Catholic
Church and are now wanting to baptize a child at Saint
Anne will be asked to speak to a staff member before
scheduling Baptism
 Parents who have already attended Baptism preparation at
Saint Anne will be asked to speak to a staff member before
scheduling Baptism
Information for setting a Baptism date will be given at the
meeting or at the time of the interview. Call the parish office at
847.382.5300.
Marriage: To be married at Saint Anne, the preparation
process should begin 7 months to one year prior to the
wedding date. Please call the parish office to secure a date as
soon as possible. Membership at Saint Anne is not a
requirement. We look forward to helping you during this time
of preparation for the vocation of Christian marriage.
First Eucharist and First Reconciliation: These sacraments are
typically celebrated in second grade. Candidates must be
registered parishioners and complete the two-year preparation
program. For more information, call the Faith Formation and
Education office at 847.620.3067.
Confirmation: This sacrament is celebrated in high school.
Candidates must be registered parishioners and complete the
two-year preparation program. For more information, call the
PATHS office at 847.620.3072.
Reconciliation: Saturdays, 9:15 a.m. until all are heard or by
appointment.
Adult Christian Initiation: If you are looking for a place to
belong or a church community to share questions and beliefs,
perhaps you would like to find out more about what it means
to be a Catholic Christian. Saint Anne would be delighted and
honored to share the gift of faith and fellowship with you.
Call Michael Beard at 847.620.3070 for information regarding
the RCIA (Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults).
Registration: To enter into our faith community, please
attend an information/registration session at 9:30 a.m. in the
Hospitality Room, followed by the 11:00 a.m. Mass on the 1st
Sunday of the month, except on holiday weekends when
there are no sessions. For further information, call the parish
office at 847.382.5300.
* THE NEXT NEW PARISHIONER WELCOMING
SESSION AND REGISTRATION WILL BE ON
SUNDAY, JUNE 5TH *

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