5th Sunday of Easter — May 3, 2015


5th Sunday of Easter — May 3, 2015
5th Sunday of Easter — May 3, 2015
“Whoever remains in me and I in them, will bear much fruit,
because without me, you can do nothing.”
1 John 5: 1-3
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Voice of Saint Michael
May 3, 2015
From Your Pastor
Rev. Paul C. Burak
I am sure many of you have heard the statement: time flies when you are having
This weekend, Jesús will be preaching at all the Masses, offering his
observations of the parish and giving us his farewell. He will also be preaching
the Word.
I am just amazed that this semester has come to an end. It seems like just
yesterday that Jesús moved into our rectory and began to meet all of you on the
weekend and the staff members during the week.
Jesús has thrown himself into all varieties of ministry here at St. Mike parish,
and has been very well received. He has entered the heart of many, challenged
us to a deeper faith walk, and tried to show us what holiness looks like.
When Jesús first came, he asked us to pray for all priests that they will be holy
priests. This is his theme, and it has been an honor to have him living in our
Jesús, thank you for sharing your life with us. It has been a delight to get to
know you, to serve with you, and to see this parish through your eyes. From
what I see through you, Saint Mike is alive and well. We are not perfect and
certainly not without sin. But we are a community of faith trying our best
to serve the Lord. Thank you for being part of our journey. Please know
we will keep you in our heart as you continue on the road to priesthood.
I know now why time flies – it has been fun to have you part of us.
-Fr. Paul
Voice of Saint Michael
May 3, 2015
Taking the Sunday
Scriptures Home
In today’s gospel we
hear the story of the vine
and branches. God the
Father is the vinegrower,
Jesus is the true vine and we are the branches that grow
on the nourishment we receive from the vine. If you are
a gardener, you know that just being a branch on a vine
does not ensure that the branch will bear fruit.
Sometimes, even though the vine is healthy, there may
be a branch or two that breaks in a storm, withers and
dies. Or, there may be branches that are attacked by
outside forces like insects or fungus. They become
diseased and must use all their energy to fight off the
intruder, leaving little energy to produce fruit.
Sometimes a gardener will apply a topical remedy to get
rid of insects or the fungus. Sometimes a systemic
remedy is needed to root out the problem from the
inside of the plant. If the vine is healthy, the branches
can sometimes be saved by aggressive treatment of the
problem. If the branch remains on the healthy vine, it
can bounce back and flourish, producing fruit. If the
branch separates from the vine completely (such as the
case with a branch that breaks off) it withers and dies
and no fruit is produced.
Jesus is the healthy vine. What is threatening my
relationship to him? What storms in my life threaten
to sever me from life giving attachment to him?
What recent “intruders” in my life have caused me
to use my energy in non-productive ways? What
unhealthy person or thing is clinging to me and not
allowing me to bear fruit? To engage in fruitful
service to the vine-grower?
How does my service affect the health of the other
branches? How does it affect the entire vineyard?
Prayer for our Children
Receiving First Eucharist next Saturday
Loving God, we thank you for the gift of the
children of St. Michael Parish, and ask that you
send the blessing of your Holy Spirit upon them.
May your love be with them, so that their
Communion with you and with the Body of Christ,
your Church, will teach them to live good lives. May
they, and their families, strive each day to become a
visible sign of your presence, and may they come
often to your table to receive your Precious Body
and Blood. Through Christ our Lord. AMEN
Readings for the Week
May 3, 2015
Acts 9: 26-31; 1 Jn 3: 18-24; Jn 15: 1-8
Acts 14: 5-18; Jn 14: 21-26
Acts 14: 19-28; Jn 14: 27-31a
Acts 15: 1-6; Jn 15: 1-8
Acts 15: 7-21; Jn 15: 9-11
Acts 15: 22-31; Jn 15: 12-17
Acts 16: 1-10; Jn 15: 18-21
Acts 10: 25-26, 34-35, 44-48; 1 Jn 4: 7-10;
Jn 15: 9-17
God’s Word Shows us How to Serve
Voice of Saint Michael
May 3, 2015
Catholic Charities
Christ of the Breadlines by Fritz Eichenberg
On the first Saturday of every month a group of 8th
graders & High School students prepare and serve
lunch at the Shepherd’s Table - Soup Kitchen in Joliet.
We will be going on Saturday, May 2nd at 8:00am
until 1:00pm. If you are a teen and would like to lend
a hand, please email MaryLou Norwell at
[email protected] to register. No flip flops or short shorts may be worn.
You need to only leave your name and phone number and MaryLou will contact you. We leave from St.
Michael’s parking lot at 8:00am. Transportation will be provided.
Deadline for sign up is April 29th
CAN YOU HELP? Our teens will be preparing grilled cheese with tomato soup for lunch at the
Soup Kitchen this coming Saturday. Please donate bread, cans of tomato soup, sliced American
cheese, soft margarine, Fritos, lettuce, tomatoes, croutons, fresh fruit, desserts and 2 liter bottles of
pop. Place your donations in the Narthex kitchen on Thursday & Friday from 9:00am to 7:00pm.
THANKING YOU IN ADVANCE for your generosity!
St. Michael Youth Ministry
6th, 7th & 8th Grade Last Dance
Doogan Park
(near old library)
All Quest groups are invited to
come together for an outdoor
Mass and picnic. Hamburgers,
hot dogs, races, egg toss, good
friends, good times – we’ll have it
here!! Come say
good-bye to the
Friday, May 15th
7:00pm to 9:00pm
St. Michael Gym
All 6th, 7th & 8th graders of the parish are invited to
sign up for the Last Dance. Come welcome 6th
graders and say good-by to the 8th graders.
Permission slips are available outside the Youth
Ministry Office or at the Parish Office. Join your
friends for an evening of music and dancing. Sign up
NOW! Money and permission slip are to be turned
no later than Thursday, May 14th. If you do not have
permission slip signed by a parent by Thursday, May
14th you will not be allowed into the dance. No one
will be allowed to sign up at the door. No hand
written notes will be accepted! Call 708-873-4650 with
In the event of rain
come to St. Michael’s
any questions or e-mail [email protected]
Voice of Saint Michael
May 3, 2015
St. Michael Youth Ministry is
sponsoring a car wash on Saturday, May
16th from 9:00am to 1:00pm in the
parking lot. All proceeds from the car
wash will help offset the expenses of the
Youth Ministry Mission Trip to Habitat
for Humanity in Charleston, West Virginia. The teens will be ministering to the
community by building houses for those in
need. If you have any questions call 708873-4650 or e-mail [email protected]
We are in need of old bath towels for the car wash.
Please bring them to the Parish Office. THANK YOU!
Voice of Saint Michael
May 3, 2015
We welcome into our faith community
Julieta Mendez Amador, daughter of Julio and Sonia
Charly Judith Klett, daughter of Travis Radtke and
Carly Klett
Natalie Cecilia Brown, daughter of Kenneth Brown
and Christy Miller
Duncan Robert Puchalski, son of Richard and Donna
Eric Nicholas Buchigrani, son of Eric and Jennifer
Nathan Alexander Puchalski, son of Richard and
Sophia Isabel Diaz, daughter of Miguel and Deisy
Olivia Graham Eid, daughter of Sam and Andrea
Nicholas Anthony Puchalski, son of Richard and
Michael Benjamin Kukla, son of Robert Kukla and
Rosemary Mancari
Brendan Michael Rowan, son of Brian and Nicole
Patrick George Weber, son of Kyle and Kelly
Beckett Thomas Fangerow, son of Brian and Tina
Maxwell James Walz, son of James and Carly
SEPTEMBER 27, 2015
Spring only recently arrived but the Fall Fest
organizing committee is already starting to make plans
for this year’s edition. The committee would like to
thank everyone in the parish for their past participation.
Over the last seven years, Fall Fest has raised a lot of
money to support our parish and school. As was
reported in the parish’s financial report last year, Fall
Fest 2014 br ought in near ly $100,000. That would
not be possible without our great team of volunteers
and the many visitors who attend throughout Fall Fest
weekend. It is truly a community event that is open to
all--adults and children alike.
Please note that Fall Fest is occurring one week later than usual because Labor Day is late this year and the
renovations that will be taking place in the church. Mark your calendars now to save the dates!
Thank you again for your support--we look forward to seeing everyone at Fall Fest 2015!
-The Fall Fest Organizing Committee
Voice of Saint Michael
May 3, 2015
Sick List
The Health Education
Center at Little
Company of Mary
Hospital has 3
wonderful upcoming
Names for the bulletin sick list need to be called
into the Parish Office by Monday, at Noon in
order to be included in the following Sunday’s
Please Pray For The Sick
Diabetes Toolkit: May 6th 9-10 am. Health Ed
Center. FREE
Strike Out Stroke: May 11th 11:15 am- 12 noon.
N1703. FREE.
Stress Less for Success: May 11th 6-8 pm. FEE $35
To register, call 708 423-5774.
We continue to remember the sick, the infirm, and
all those recommended to our prayers; and
especially, the following, that they may
experience the healing and power of Christ:
Gerry Bugos, Josephine Bujan, Samantha
Calderón, Dan Carroll, Angel Colon, Michael
De Pasquale, Roberta Dimling, Gerard Garcia,
Marie Garcia, Joseph Green, Ashley Gustafik,
Karl Hoffman, Maureen Hoffman, Cecilia
Hoske, Donna Drzanowski, Darrell Lee, Dan
McCarthy, Patrick McDonald, Bob Mc Garry,
Linda O’Rourke, Carole Pohar, Beverly
Pronobis, Patrick Rafferty, Maureen Zapor
Robles, Sylvia Russell, Georgia Stare, Judy
Thomson, Pat Tyrakowski, Dorothy Wendt, Jill
Wrobel, Lucille Wrobel, Lucie Ziebicki, and all
those injured in service to their country.
Eileen McNichols MSN, RN.
Manager, Health Promotion Services
Little Company of Mary Hospital and Health Care
2800 West 95th Street
Evergreen Park, IL 60805
ph. 708.229.5839 fx. 708.229-6612
pg. 708 947-0178
Please Pray For . . .
Those who have died and their families:
Stanley Idzik, husband of Irene
Donald Thurston, son of Joan
Eleanor De Hertogh, mother of Mark
James W. Kanak, fiancé of Tammi Korkosz
Margaret G. Pardo, mother of Joan Shupryt
Sarah C. Zumpf, mother of Michael
Robert Koron
Ken Gohrke, husband of Charlene, and father of
Kevin and Dina
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Village of Orland Park Veterans' Commission
Reaching Out To Military Families
The Village of Orland Park Veterans' Commission
invites area military families to attend their next
family support group meeting. The gathering will be
held on Thursday, May 7 at 7:00 p.m. at the Orland
Park Civic Center, 14750 South Ravinia Avenue. We
encourage our community's military families to stop
by on this evening and share their experiences and
thoughts and/or present their needs for specific
assistance and information.
“Children, let us love not in word or speech but in
deed and truth.” - 1 JOHN 3:18
Do you “walk the talk?” Does your action reflect
what you say? If not, spend time every day in
prayer, give some of your talent to help one of
your parish’s ministries and give some of your
money to support the work of the Church.
Voice of Saint Michael
or the past few years, we
have been fortunate to be
able to miss the winters in Chicago
by spending them in Florida.
There, of course, we experience
daily sunshine, minimal rainfall,
the natural beauty of the area and
numerous social activities with old
friends and new friends.
We found it very interesting and
unusual that when we requested
participation in some service
ministries, frequently the response
was, “Sorry, we’re full; we will call
you if we need someone.” We
found this both good and bad. It
was good because so many retirees
in Florida fill their retirement years
in this way, but bad if you wish to
participate and cannot.
One day we decided to drive out
to Immokalee, home of the migrant
workers, and just appear at the
Guadalupe Center where the people
receive various services. Surely
they would have opportunities for
us. It is in this town where the
migrant workers live in expectation
of being chosen to work in the
fields picking produce of various
kinds on a day by day basis.
What a reality check this was!
We were shocked to learn that in
some cases three families live in
one trailer without cooking or
bathing facilities. Although many
May 3, 2015
receive free breakfast and lunch,
and for some, this is the last meal
of the day. She finds the children
eager to learn, most respectful of
adults, happy and compassionate
when they help a new child with
their English. Many of these
children have great potential, and
with the superior education they are
getting, we hope they can reach
are working in the fields, their
their goals
needs certainly surpass their
Now, we feel more comfortable
earning ability. The Coalition in
when we spend our winters in
Immokalee has been negotiating to Florida knowing that in some small
get a penny per pound increase in
way, we are making a contribution
produce to positively affect their
to the migrant workers’ lives. It
wages. Some stores have agreed to continues to be an eye opener for
do this; some have not.
us. We have read about the plight
Once a month, the residents can of the migrant workers, but now we
come to the Guadalupe Center to
have seen it and experienced it. For
receive a bag of groceries and a bag us, it is not only an eye opener, but
of clothing which they can choose. a blessing in our own lives.
On Thursdays, they can come to
Tony and Eileen Cocco
the Center for showers, at which
time; they are given a packet of
soap, shampoo, deodorant and
toothpaste plus a change of
Athletic Board
You know, when you live a
comfortable existence, you don’t
know poverty, but through this
medium, we saw it. It is such a
St. Michael’s Athletic Board is
contrast to the very wealthy who
taking applications to join the
live ten miles away in their mega
houses and million-dollar condos. board. If you are a parishioner
We were put to work
and are interested in
immediately, bagging rice and
volunteering or you have any
beans, and after that, we had a
variety of things to do: filling bags questions, please send an
of groceries, unloading the food
email to Julie Pericht at
donations that came in trucks from
Venice, working in the food pantry [email protected]
and dispensing bags of groceries to Please give a brief
the very grateful people.
introduction of yourself and a
Eileen also tutors in a school of
summary of why you want to
migrant workers’ children. For her,
it is the highlight of the winters
spent in Florida. The children
Voice of Saint Michael
May 3, 2015
Knowledge and Prayer Series 2015
Father Paul Burak
Forgiveness & Healing Service
For those whose lives have been directly or indirectly impacted by
abortion and for all
others in need of our Lord & Savior’s Healing Love
Sunday May 3rd @ 6:30 P.M.
St. Michael Church
14327 Highland Avenue
Orland Park, IL 60462
St. Bernard’s - St. Francis of Assisi Our Lady of the Woods - St. Michael
Annunciation Byzantine Catholic Parish
“Peace be with you,
He said again”
My name is Fr. Bill Killeen and I
served at St. Michael’s between 1989
and 1991. I cannot believe that it is almost 40 years since I first walked into
a parish as a newly ordained priest. As
all you grandparents can attest, time
passes in a different way as we get older. Yet, it is such a joy to witness the
circle of life from one generation to
another. On May 16th, I will be celebrating my 40th anniversary as a priest
at the 5:00 P.M. Mass at St. Francis
Xavier in La Grange, (on Ogden Ave.
about 4 blocks west of La Grange
I invite you to come to the Mass, or at
least to say a prayer for me and my
family. Our prayer together continues
to bear witness to the Spirit in the
Church and in all of our lives. Please
know that I will be remembering all of
you and your families in my prayer on
May 16th. God Bless you all.
Voice of Saint Michael
May 3, 2015
This Week @
Week of May 3
5/6: Hot Dog Day
5/9: First Holy
The first graders learned about the moon and how craters are formed in
science class. They used sand, which represented the dust on the moon, and a marble,
which represented an asteroid. The students took marbles and dropped them in the
sand to see how craters are formed. They each took turns dropping the marble. After
they finished, they learned how asteroids formed craters in the moon. Finally, they
read a book called Faces of the Moon. This is where they learned what phases of the
moon occur throughout our year. It was a great day for playful poetry and learning the
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names and shapes of the moon, and a fantastic way to learn astronomy. — Colleen
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May 3, 2015
All are cordially invited to participate in the 2015 Saint Michael
Golf Classic. Our 9th annual golf outing will be hosted at Old Oak Country
Club in Homer Glen, Illinois.
No matter if you are a scratch golfer, a weekend warrior or if you dust off
the clubs once a year, you will want to attend this outing. It is a great way to
meet fellow school parents and other parishioners at St. Michael.
Come out for a worthy cause and a whole lot of fun! Last year sold out
quickly, so register to save your spot today!
Friday, May 29, 2015
Check-in at Pre-Outing Tailgate 10:30 am
Golf at 1:00 pm
Dinner starts at 6 pm
Old Oak Country Club
14200 S. Parker Road, Homer Glen, IL
For more information or to register online, please visit
Anyone interested in sponsorship opportunities, donating prizes,
or volunteering for the event should contact Greg Walter at [email protected] or
Brian Kohlstedt at 773.317.4453 or [email protected]
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Voice of Saint Michael
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The Women’s Club would
like to thank everyone who
attended our Spring
Kindness is a golden chain that binds
hearts together, for when we share
another’s load, a stone becomes a
feather. It’s the things we do for
others, God blesses from on high.
Kindness is the golden chain that
money cannot buy!
The proceeds will be donated to
the Crisis Center of South
Suburbia and the Women’s
Center of GreaterChicago.
Voice of Saint Michael
May 3, 2015
Mark Barrera
Rofelio Botello
Sebastián Caballero
Patricia Canto
Daisy Carrillo
Jonathan Carrillo
Jacqueline Díaz
Luis Díaz
Manuel Díaz
Mónica Díaz
Rosio Díaz
Yuliana Domínguez-Roldan
Lizbeth Flores
Erick Gutierrez
Jimmy Herrera
Joel Herrera
Juan Carlos Ibarra
Lisbeth Juárez-Castillo
Stephanie Juárez-Castillo
Immanuel Martínez
Elvin Martínez-Castillo
Saraí Maya
Arizbeth Mora
Clarissa Muñoz
Vanessa Muñoz
Michelle Nolasco
Stephanie Nolasco
Brittany Palafox
Kevin Palafox
Alondra Palafox-Ortiz
Enrique Palafox-Ortiz
Bryan Ramírez
Arturo Reyes-Carvajal
Juliana Roa
Aldo Rojas
Magaly Rojas
Juan Carlos Roldan-Serrano
Erika Rosales
David Santiago
Jeremy Santiago
Juan Serna
Jesse Tadeo
Ricardo Vargas
Melissa Xique
Primera Comunión
Rofelio Botello
Yolanda Botello
Ibsen Martinez
Lesly Palafox
Juliana Roa
Erika Rosales
Frida Ruiz
Ivette Vargas
Esmeralda Arriaga
Ramiro Esparza
Eliazar Morin
Emmie Ruiz
Voice of Saint Michael
May 3, 2015
Queridos hermanos
Las lecturas de este Quinto Domingo de Pascua nos hacen un fuerte llamado a
dar testimonio de un Cristo VIVO y ACTIVO en el mundo. Pero para
lograrlo, nos dice el evangelio de hoy, hemos de permanecer UNIDOS a
Un ejemplo de lo que la unidad con Cristo puede hacer en la vida de alguien
es San Pablo. Él era un fariseo que se dedicaba a perseguir y matar cristianos
por el simple hecho de creer en Jesús, pero después de su encuentro con
Cristo su vida dio un cambio total; de ser perseguidor se volvió defensor y
proclamador del Sacrificio Salvífico de Jesús. Y a eso estamos llamados
también, a un encuentro con Jesús, y al igual que San Pablo, dejar que Jesús
transforme nuestra vida a través de la Gracia que nos ayudará a amar, no solo
de palabra, sino de corazón y acción.
Finalmente, han pasado ya tres meses desde que llegue a esta grandiosa
comunidad de St. Michael. Tiempo en el que he podido contemplar la
constante acción de Dios en esta parroquia a través del fuerte testimonio de
vida, fe y santidad que hay entre ustedes. Y con esa alegría de haber
encontrado a Cristo entre ustedes quiero agradecer el infinito apoyo y caridad que me demostraron durante
este tiempo. Se ha llegado el momento de concluir esta etapa de formación en mi camino rumbo al
sacerdocio ministerial, y quiero que sepan que realmente ha sido una gran bendición el estar entre ustedes
compartiendo espíritu y vida. Espero seguir contando con su oración por mí, y tengan por seguro que yo
oraré por ustedes. Y tengan siempre presente que si quieren sacerdotes santos, tienen que santificarlos a
través de su oración. ¡Dios los bendice!
Su Hermano en Cristo
Jesús Romero Galán
Dear friends,
The readings from this Fifth Sunday of Easter make a strong appeal for us to give testimony to Christ who
is LIVING and ACTIVE in the world. But to reach that goal, the gospel from today tells us, that we must
remain UNITED to Christ.
St. Paul is an example of what unity with Christ is able to do in the life of a person. He was a Pharisee who
dedicated himself to persecuting and killing Christians for simply believing in Jesus, but after his encounter
with Christ, his life changed completely. From being a persecutor, he was changed into a defender and
proclaimer of the saving sacrifice of Jesus. We are called to this as well: to an encounter with Jesus, just
like St. Paul, which allows Jesus to transform our lives through his grace that will help us to love, not only
in word, but also in heart and deed.
Lastly, three months have already passed since I arrived at this great community of St. Michael. In this
time, I have been able to contemplate the constant action of God in this parish through the strong testimony
of life, faith, and holiness that exists in you all. With that joy of having encountered Christ among you, I
would like to thank you for the great help and kindness that you have shown me during this time. The
moment to conclude this stage of my formation on the way to the ministerial priesthood has arrived, and I
would like for you to know that it has been a great blessing to be among you here csharing spirit and life. I
hope to rely on your prayers for me, and know for sure that I will pray for you. Remember always that if
you want holy priests, then you need to make them holy through your prayers. May God bless you!
Your brother in Christ,
Jesús Romero-Galan
Voice of Saint Michael
May 3, 2015
Masses for the Week — May 2 - 9
4:30 PM
6:00 PM
7:30 AM
9:00 AM
10:30 AM
12:00 PM
(Spanish) --- 1:30 PM
5:30 PM
6:30 AM
8:00 AM
6:30 AM
8:00 AM
6:30 AM
8:00 AM
6:30 AM
8:00 AM
6:30 AM
8:00 AM
8:30 AM
Olga Basta
Eric James Goetzke
Donald Caddigan
Pasquale Anastasia
Alvina Rizzo
John Walczak, Sr. and Richard Walczak
Josefina Villegas
James McHugh
Ralph Thundathil
Kathleen Varnagis
John Burke
Frank Murphy
Dr. John Zuzga
Juan L. Mayor
For the people of St. Michael Parish
Kathleen Varnagis
Fr. Leo Lyons
Margaret Koskan
Irene V. Radecky
Kathleen Varnagis
Jane Caliendo
Theresa Refermat
Dan Labriola
Barry Carlson
Irene Forty
Edward Chanda and Mary Ann
Veronica Biegel
Richard Podlasek
Rose and Henry Berardino
John Lally
Bob O’Sullivan
Lorraine Funkey
Special Intention for Dan Cassidy
Tomasina DiFilippo
Special Intention for Rosemary
Irene Gniadek
Alice Boland
Special Intention for Kentle Family
Rafael and Maria Zanoria
Charlotte Bonner
Walter Gniadek
Charlotte Bonner
Special Intention for Ewa Fredette
Special Intention for Diane Healy
Patt Lichtenstein
Eva and John Witas
Fr. Pat Brennan
Michael P. Ryan
Megan Zuro
Genevieve Mangan
May 10, 2015 — Sixth Sunday of Easter
Mass Intentions
Altar Servers
Eucharistic Ministers
4:30 PM
Fr. Bill
Sandy Schuber
Tom Waliczek
Mark Martino
Mitchell Martino
Ian Mitra
Colleen O’Finn
Lynn Backofen
Julie Gorski
Barb Holton
Emily Hulne
Mike Martino
Monica Martino
Pat O’Donnell
Kevin O’Finn
John Radecky
Sharon Waiter
Rose Walsh
6:00 PM
Dave Lewandowski
Isabella Tortorici
Michael Tortorici
Gerry Baker
Theresa Bongiorno
Ed Broniarczyk
Rose Broniarczyk
Sue Castline-Noonan
Marilyn Howard
Robert Kull
Joni Lewandowski
Kathy A. McGrath
Tony Noska
Lisa Veith
Leo Frainier
Dale Mize
Zachary Marjan
Lauren Niedziela
Maggie Niedziela
Matthew Parker
Deacon Tom
Pat Flynn
Leo Frainier
Mary Hamilton
Aidan McCarthy
Dennis McCarthy
Liam McCarthy
Pat Phelan
Michael Ryan
Tammy Thomas
Wayne Young
Augie Hauter
Ginger Bittner
Indy Hauter
Paige Kohlstedt
Owen Donegan
Ian Donegan
Joan Barsella
Deacon Tom
Bernie Bittner
Rose Camillone
Bert Grasso
Sharon Grasso
Joe Madden
Barbara Madden
Sharon O’Donnell
Tom Pendziszewski
Maureen Wentz
Michelle Armstrong
Jennifer Bailey
Pam Domico
Casey Hennessy
Maeve Hennessy
Mia Martino
April Martino
Josh Nolan
Maggie Nolan
Elaine Panfil
Deacon Abel Trujillo
Harriet Barabasz
Carly Donovitch
Eileen Donovitch
Kelly Golden
Thomas Hudon
Chang Sun Kim
Ike Okla
Bill Patterson
Deacon Abel Trujillo
Dorothy Wappel
Alexia Espino
Carmen Flores
Mary Lou Matheke
Rosy Maya
Yolanda Medrano
Minerva Mendez
Eloy Molina
Jose Perez
Martha Perez
Hilda Pulido
Robert Hiter
A.J. Hull
Aishling Kelly
Kate Kelly
Grainne Kelly
Deacon Mike McDonough
Ted Meehan
Tommy Quinlan
Carly Turcich
Naty Velada
Jenny Walter
7:30 AM
Fr. Paul
9:00 AM
Fr. Tom
10:30 AM
Fr. Paul
Young People’s Liturgy Presider — Connie
Donn Domico
Mike Alcordo
Ayden Domico
Gavyn Domico
Eamon Hennessy
Seamus Hennessy
Young People’s Liturgy Presider — Jenn Skalitzky
12:00 PM
Fr. Paul
Lou DePasquale
Laura Hodge
1:30 PM
Fr. Tom
Beatriz Herrara
Maria Virgen
5:30 PM
Fr. Tom
Marlene Rybicki
Grace Hecht
Josh Hecht
Sarah Hecht
Ethan Scheel
Joe Hull
Max Hull
Ryan Meehan
Ben Meehan
Saturday Evening:
4:30 p.m. & 6:00 p.m.
7:30, 9:00, 10:30, 12:00, 5:30 p.m.
Domingo: Misa en Español, 1:30 p.m. en iglesia
6:30 & 8:00 a.m.
8:30 a.m.
ADDRESS CHANGES: Please stop by the Par ish
Office to complete an updated registration form
or to advise you are leaving the parish.
Monday thru Friday
8:30 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
9:00 a.m. - Noon
9:00 a.m. - Noon
Baptisms are celebrated several Sundays each
month at 3:00 p.m. Please call the Parish Office
to make arrangements.
3:00 to 4:00 p.m.
CONFESION EN ESPANOL los primeros y terceros
Domingos de cada mes 12:30p—1:15p
Monday thru Friday 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Additional hours during Class Sessions
Summer hours may vary.
Session Times:
Elementary RE (Grades 1-5)
Saturday: A Session 8:30 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.
B Session 10:30 a.m. - Noon
Junior High Program Nights (Grades 6-8)
Monday from 6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
Si usted desea que sus hijos reciban los sacramentos de la
confesión , Primera Comunión, y Confirmación en español,
debe registrar a sus hijos en las clases de catecismo
llamando a la Oficina Parroquial al 708-873-4619. Estas
clases se ofrecen en español. Si prefiere las clases en inglés,
favor de llamar directamente al 708-349-0769.
14327 Highland Avenue
Orland Park, IL 60462
Rev. Paul C. Burak, Pastor
Dee Pietrzak, Administrative Assistant
Rev. Jack Jura, Associate Pastor
Rev. Thomas Byrne, Associate Pastor
Rev. William Finnegan, Resident Priest
Pat Chuchla, Pastoral Associate
Bernadette Cuttone, Principal
Nancy Makowski, Assistant Principal
Office of Religious Education
Gary Patin, Director of Music Ministry
Rose Koch, Youth Minister
Julie Pericht, Athletic Director
DEACON COUPLES Tom and Becky Bartholomew
Tony and Eileen Cocco
Jim and Sharon Janicek
Michael and Donna McDonough
Abel and Yolanda Trujillo
Saul and Elia Vazquez
Bulletin deadline: Fr iday at 12 Noon.
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