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Th_ P[rish F[mily of St. P[tri]k
Th_ P[rish F[mily of St. P[tri]k
L_mont, Illinois
M[y 4, 2014
Thir^ Sun^[y of E[st_r
MASSES
Saturday (Sunday Anticipation) Mass — 5:00 PM
Sunday Masses — 7:30 AM, 10 AM, 12 Noon & 5 PM
Weekday Mass—Mon, Tues, Wed—8 AM
CONFESSIONS: Saturday: 4:15 PM—4:45 PM.
EUCHARISTIC ADORATION:
1st Monday of the month in the church after
8 AM Mass lasting until 9:30 AM.
SICK & HOMEBOUND:
Call the Parish Office if you wish to receive Holy Communion or a pastoral
visit from a priest or one of our Ministers of Care.
BAPTISMS:
Baptisms are held on Sundays at 1:30 PM. Preparation
Classes are usually held on the 2nd Thursday of each month & are
scheduled by appointment. Please call the Parish Office for more
information.
MARRIAGES:
Couples wishing to be married at St. Patrick Church need
to make an appointment with the St. Patrick Marriage Minister at least six
months prior to the desired wedding date. Weddings are generally not
scheduled on Church or Federal Holiday weekends and other select
weekends.
Call the Parish Office prior to booking your reception hall.
TO PARISHIONERS & THOSE WHO PARTICIPATE WITH US:
We warmly welcome you and kindly ask you to register at the Parish
Office. If you have moved, married and remain in our parish, have a
seasonal address or change of address, please notify our Parish Office.
PARISH OFFICE: Located in the Rectory
200 E. Illinois Street, Lemont IL 60439
630-257-6134 (office); 630-257-0401 (fax)
PARISH EMAIL: [email protected]
OFFICE HOURS: Monday thru *Thursday: 9am—5pm
Friday: 9am—11:30am
(Closed for Lunch Daily between 11:30am—12:30pm)
PARISH SCHOOL: St. Alphonsus—St. Patrick School
20W145 Davey Rd., Lemont, IL 60439, (630) 783-2220
RELIGIOUS EDUCATION: 205 Cass Street, (630) 257-8012
PARISH WEBSITE: www.StPatrickLemont.org
Pඉකඑඛඐ C඗ඝඖඋඑඔ: Bඍඋඓඡ Gකඉඖඉග, Tඉඕඕඡ Hඉඡඍඛ, Cඑඖගඐඑඉ
LඉP඗කගඍ, Gඔඍඖඖ Mඉගඐඑඉඛ, B඗ඊ Mඉඋඑඝඔඑඛ, T඗ඕ Rඑඖඓඍ,
Bඍගගඡ Sඔඉඌ
PARISH STAFF
Rev. Kurt D. Boras, Pastor
Rev. Richard J. Shannon, Pastor Emeritus
Rev. Mr. Joseph R. Winblad, Senior Deacon
Ms. Renee Payne, Principal
Ms. Linda O’Connor, Director of Religious Education
Mr. Neil Windt, Director of Music
Miss Janelle Pasch, Choir Instrumentalist
Ms. Rosarita Hennebry, Music Director Emerita
Mr. Michael Lundberg, Tri-Parish Youth Minister
Ms. Louise Cummings, Parish Business Manager
Mrs. Cathy Barrett, Religious Education Assistant
Mr. Dale Hennebry, Buildings & Grounds Manager
Mrs. Sue Raymond, Secretary, Liturgy Director,
Bulletin Editor, Marriage Minister & Assistant to the Pastor
Mඉඛගඍක Pඔඉඖඖඑඖඏ C඗ඕඕඑගගඍඍ: Jඉඖඍ D඗ඡඔඍ, Jඑඕ
Fඑ඗කඍ, Lඉඟකඍඖඋඍ Oඛඓඑඍඔඝඖඉඛ, Jඉඕඍඛ Sඉඞඑඖ඗, Rඉඡ
Sඟඑඍඋ, Mඍඔ Zඉඏ඗කඛඓඑ
Fඑඖඉඖඋඍ C඗ඝඖඋඑඔ: J඗ඐඖ Bඍඋඍකකඑඔ, Lඉඝකඉ Cඐඍඒඔඉඞඉ,
L඗ඝඑඛඍ Cඝඕඕඑඖඏඛ, Lඉඟකඍඖඋඍ Dඡඒඉඓ, Mඉකඡ G඗ඍඏඐඍඏඉඖ,
Cඉක඗ඔ Rඝ඘ඛඑඛ
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MAY 4,2014
Perspectives From Fr. Kurt: Our Parish Family
Third Sunday of Easter
Dear Parishioners and Friends of St. Patrick:
It was an exciting Saturday for our young people
from school and our Religious Education Program as
they celebrated with us their First Holy Communion.
I am grateful to all who prepared them so lovingly
for their special Day: Ms. Renee Payne, our School
Principal, and Mrs. Lerch, our second grade teacher;
Ms. Linda O’Connor, our Director of Religious
Education, Mrs. Cathy Barrett, her assistant; and our
dedicated catechists Mrs. Diane Domenico, Ms.
Jennifer Lorenz, Mrs. Pam Ignarski and her daughter
Anna. I would also like to thank you the parents,
grandparents, sponsors, family and friends of these
fine young people for teaching them the importance
of faith in their lives. And finally, dear young people,
my hope and desire for you is that you will join us
frequently at the Lord’s table to celebrate His many
blessings of kindness, love, and mercy.
KUDOS and thanks to Mrs. Tammy Hayes
and the Women’s Club for hosting our first ever
Trunk Sale in the parish parking lot. I enjoyed the
fun spirit I experienced with you all. My picture
posing with parishioner Sue Cesario and the “long
johns” brought back fond memories of the past winter
in Minnesota (see photos page 4). I also made a very
unique “art purchase” (pictured above) that I plan to
hang over the fireplace mantle in the Parish House.
Feel free to stop in and visit “Mr. Moose.” (Secretary
& Bulletin Editor’s note: Mr. Moose Art possibly for sale;
any reasonable offer will be considered, proceeds to benefit
our 175th Anniversary Celebration).
The White Fence Farm Evening for the parish
was also another successful community builder
during our 175th Anniversary year of celebration.
We plan on having more of these “Evening Out”
nights as we head up to our big celebration as a
parish family on October 19th. We will be eating and
socializing our way through the coming months!
May Crowning
Our parish May Crowning will take place on Sunday, May 4th at
the 10am Mass. Weather permitting, we will
process outside to the statue of our Blessed
Mother. We will sing a hymn to Mary and place
a crown of flowers upon her head. First
Communicants are invited and encouraged to
wear their First Communion clothing to the
Mass. All children from RE and our school
are encouraged to attend the Mass and will
be given a flower to put before Mary.
I wanted to update you and thank you for your
response to a number of financial appeals over the last
few months: the Winter Heat and Snow collection
brought in $3,000; the Cardinal’s Appeal has brought in
$7,300 for the Archdiocese with $1,500 still pledged;
our Easter collection as of now is $22,600. Do you
think we can make it to $25,000? And finally, our
Capital Campaign total pledge amount as of April 28th is
$315,500 with $153,000 already received. This coming
week, parishioners from our Capital Campaign
Committee will be making phone calls and visiting
homes to ask for your financial support in this endeavor.
I hope you will welcome your fellow parishioners and
neighbors in a spirit of openness and respect as they
make these calls and visits. My desire is that all of us,
including myself, who call St. Patrick’s Parish their
home will feel invited to make some sort of sacrificial
offering to this campaign for future generations of
believers.
Finally, next weekend, May 10th and 11th, we
will celebrate Mother’s Day. I am grateful to Andrea
Fiore for accepting my invitation to speak at all of the
Masses, except Sunday evening at 5 P.M., about the
joys and challenges of being a Mother today. In
appreciation for all of the special women in our lives,
the ushers at each Mass will be handing out refrigerator
magnets to help display those “art masterpieces” of your
children and grandchildren, the “Honey-Do” list, and
the carpool reminders. Thanks Moms for all you do for
us year round.
With Easter joy & blessings,
Mother’s Day Collection
Give Children a safe place
to learn. Juan and Maria are
parents to two boys. They
wanted to work to support
their family but struggled to
find a safe place for their children during the day. They
found the Catholic Charities
child development center at
St. Blase Service and today their
children have made new friends and
are on track to be ready for success
in school. Every day 1,500 children smile, learn and make
new friends at one of 10 Catholic Charities child development centers. Please give on Mother’s Day to support
Catholic Charities. Learn more and watch a video at
www.CatholicCharities.net
THIRD SUNDAY OF EASTER
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First Holy Communion 2014
Congratulations to our First Communicants
Sean Arundel
Anthony Calandra
Connal Camer
Mallory Corse
Liliana Fioccola
Maria Fiore
Sean Graves
Jonathan Gronski
Kevin Hackiewicz
Alicia Hamernik
Juliann Hamernik
Jacob Katauskas
Ruby Kraker
Matthew McDonnell
This Saturday, 28 children from our school and
Religious Education program received Jesus in the
Holy Eucharist for the first time. Please pray that the
children will rely on the Eucharist as a source of
strength and nourishment throughout their lives.
Thank you to Mrs. Teri Lerch, Mrs. Diane Domenico,
Mrs. Pam Ignarski, Ms. Jennifer Lorenz and Ms. Anna
Ignarski who gave of their time and talent to help the
children know of the Body and Blood of Jesus.
Gracie Meloni
Kylie Meloni
Meghan Mueller
Tess O’Brien
Steven Orlic
Andrew Phelan
Angel Quiroz
LieLany Quiroz
Giovanni Rendina
Maia Sanchez
Alessandrea Sarno
Sophia Sarno
Brett Simon
Drey Wisdom
White Fence Farm “Evening Out” was a success!
Check out these happy faces...
April 24, 2014
Thanks to all who
participated in the Evening
Out at White Fence Farm.
St. Patrick’s received a
check for $228.37 to help
defray the costs associated
with our 175th
Anniversary Celebration.
White Fence Farm
generously donates 20%
of pretax dollars back to
us. The amount we raised
was 5 times more than
their highest ever payout..
We will be doing an
Evening Out once each
month. Please help us by
continuing to participate!
St. Patrick’s
175 Year Anniversary
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MAY 4,2014
Renee Payne, Principal
630-783-2220
[email protected]
Visit: www.StAls-StPats.org
MONTINI’S “ IT’S ACADEMIC” BOWL
Seventh graders
Marissa, Alex, Ethan,
and James competed in
Montini's "It's
Academic" Bowl on
Tuesday April
15th. They took
individual tests in
English, Social Studies, Science, and Math respectively.
Marissa won 4th place and Alex took 3rd place in their
areas of expertise. The students also competed against
four other schools in the first round of the buzzer
competition, which included theology as well as the
other four subjects. They won all four matches. They
made it to the semifinals where there was an error in
calculating our score. This prohibited the students from
moving on, but they still won 4th place overall!
MAY CROWNING
The school community invites you
to attend our May Crowning
celebration on Wednesday, May
7, at 8:15 a.m. in the school.
Come as we pay honor to Mary,
the Mother of Jesus and patron saint of our
country.
We hope you can come pray with us.
Dear Members of Saint Patrick’s Parish,
Some of you may already know me, my name is Sean
Ross, I am a parishioner of St. Patrick’s and I am currently
working on my Eagle Scout project. My project consists of
cleaning and repainting the Parish Rectory dining room and
living room. This is a very important part of our parish for it is
where important meetings and events are held. As a
requirement for my project, I am asking for assistance. All I
ask for is a small donation. Donations will aid in providing
supplies for my project and anything left-over will be given
back to the church. Please mark any donations “Eagle Scout
Project.” If you have any questions or concerns you can contact
me through the Parish Office at
[email protected] and your email or call will be
forwarded to me.
Thank you, Sean Ross, 2014 Eagle Scout Candidate
SINGING FOR THE
SISTERS
Our first grade students,
accompanied by their teachers
and Sister Marjorie, took time
out to visit the residents of
Alvernia Manor on April
22. They did a wonderful job entertaining the
residents with their
singing and had fun
spending some time
with them also. Even
our first graders find
joy in giving service to
others!
FIRST ANNUAL TRUNK SALE AT ST. PAT’S!
SPONSORED BY
THE WOMEN’S
CLUB OF
ST. PATRICK
CHURCH
YOU NEVER KNOW WHAT YOU’LL FIND IN A TRUNK!
THIRD SUNDAY OF EASTER
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PRAY THE
ROSARY
MAY IS THE
MONTH THAT WE
HONOR OUR
MOTHER MARY
Monday, May 5th at 6:30 p.m.
In the Church
CAMPAIGN UPDATE
We hope to have a nice turn out in honor of
our Blessed Virgin Mary.
MOTHER’S DAY FLOWER SALE
The Men’s Club will be selling
flowers after all Masses on
Mother’s Day Weekend to benefit
the Women’s
Center of Greater Chicagoland.
TRIP DATES: JUNE 14TH THRU JUNE 25TH 2015
FEEDING THE HOMELESS 5/24/14
Feeding the Homeless ministry
at St. Patrick’s was started by Tom
& Diann Rinke in 2009 and takes
place at the Catholic Charities
Daybreak Homeless Shelter in
Joliet.
They rotate with other
Churches and community groups to
cover a breakfast, lunch or dinner at the shelter.
Tom and Diann serve a Saturday night dinner
once a month from May thru September feeding up to
90 shelter residents at each meal. Day break asks that
all groups volunteering at the shelter sponsor the
entire meal process: fund-raising, collecting food
items, recruiting volunteers and preparing & serving
the meal. There is a full service kitchen available to
prepare each meal and all adult shelter residents are
involved in the process by being assigned a specific
duty either before or after the meal.
The first dinner is scheduled for 5/24/14 and
monetary donations are needed
to fund the dinner. Donations
can be placed in the collection
basket in an envelope marked
“Feeding the Homeless, Daybreak
Shelter.”
Thank you for
supporting those in our community
who are in great need. Please pray
for their success!
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MAY 4,2014
MASS INTENTIONS
Sඉගඝකඌඉඡ, Mඉඡ 3—Vigil-Third Sunday of Easter
5:00 pm †Gerald Liberty (1 Yr. Anniv. of Death)
—St. Patrick Parish Family
5:00 pm
Sp. Intention for Carol Zagorski
—The Zagorski Family
5:00 pm
Deceased Members of the Collins
Family—Collins Family
II. Kenneth Schuda & Diana Dongarra
May God bless them on their journey!
Please pray for the repose
of the souls of...
Albert D. Rybinski
& Roberta Smith
sister of Mary Jane Nowak
Sඝඖඌඉඡ, Mඉඡ 4—Third Sunday of Easter
7:30 am †Frank Cassara
—Karen Grigus & Beverly Buda
10:00 am †Shirley Zeiger
—Thomas & Debra Schneider
†Susan Winblad
—Tim & Louise Cummings
5:00 pm †James Bruno Risatti, Jr.
—Bruno Risatti Family &
Jeanette Viehman Family
M඗ඖඌඉඡ, Mඉඡ 5—Easter Weekday
8:00 am †Roberta Smith—St. Patrick Parish Fam.
May the choirs of angels welcome them
and lead them into paradise.
2ND COLLECTIONS
12 Noon
Tඝඍඛඌඉඡ, Mඉඡ 6—Easter Weekday
8:00 am St. Patrick Parishioners
Wඍඌඖඍඛඌඉඡ, Mඉඡ 7—Easter Weekday
8:00 am Sp. Int. Ann Boras (88th Birthday)
—Rev. Kurt D. Boras
Sඉගඝකඌඉඡ, Mඉඡ 10—Vigil-Fourth Sunday of
Easter/Mother’s Day
5:00 pm †Patricia Byrnes
—Family
5:00 pm
†Helen (Hennebry) Sloan
—Family
5:00 pm
Helen Zagorski & Frances Szalwa
—Zagorski Family
Sඝඖඌඉඡ, Mඉඡ 11—Fourth Sunday of Easter/
Mother’s Day
7:30 am †George A. Rinke
—Rinke Family
7:30 am Sp. Int. Rosalie Pankow
—Her Grandchildren
10:00 am †Mary Morris
—St. Patrick Parish Family
12 Noon †Nancy Hegarty—Presecky Family
12 Noon †Judy Viero—Family
12 Noon †Helen O’Leary—O’Leary Family
5:00 pm Parishioners of the Lemont Tri-Parish
Community
SUNDAY, MAY 4TH: Church Maintenance
MOTHER’S DAY, MAY 11: Catholic Charities
READINGS FOR THE WEEK
Monday:
Acts 6:8-15; Ps 119:23-24, 26-27, 29-30;
Jn 6:22-29
Tuesday:
Acts 7:51 — 8:1a; Ps 31:3cd-4, 6, 7b, 8a,
17, 21ab; Jn 6:30-35
Wednesday: Acts 8:1b-8; Ps 66:1-3a, 4-7a; Jn 6:35-40
Thursday: Acts 8:26-40; Ps 66:8-9, 16-17, 20;
Jn 6:44-51
Friday:
Acts 9:1-20; Ps 117:1bc, 2; Jn 6:52-59
Saturday: Acts 9:31-42; Ps 116:12-17; Jn 6:60-69
Sunday:
Acts 2:14a, 36-41; Ps 23:1-6; 1 Pt 2:20b-25;
Jn 10:1-10
COMING UP THIS WEEK
Sat, May 3: First Holy Communion 10:30am
Sun, May 4: RE @ 8:25am
May Crowning at the 10am Mass
Baptism at 1:30pm
Mon, May 5: Eucharistic Adoration 8:30am-9:30am
Rosary in church at 6:30pm
Bible Study at 7pm Classroom 6
Tues, May 6: Children’s Choir at 6pm
A Cappella Choir at 7pm
Wed, May 7: Lemont Parishes Italy Trip Info
Meeting at SS. Cyril and Methodius Sivore Hall 7pm
Women’s Book Study 6:45pm Patrician Room
Thurs, May 8: 175th Anniversary Celebration Meeting
Rectory at 7pm
Fri, May 9: Wedding Rehearsal walk-thru 5p church
Sat, May 10: A Cappella Choir at 5pm Mass
Mother’s Day Flower Sale after Mass
Sun, May 11: Mother’s Day flower Sale after Masses
Children’s Choir at 10am Mass
Andrea Fiore to give Mother’s Day Reflection at
Masses this weekend.
1:30pm Baptism in Church
THIRD SUNDAY OF EASTER
Weekly Offering
We pray for The Sick of our Parish
Week Ending April 13, 2014
Sunday and Holy Day Collections
Easter
Electronic Funds Transfer
Other Collections (Maintenance, Flower)
Tuition and Fees
Fund Raising
Misc, Income (Stole Fees, Stipends, etc)
Target Revenue for Week
Better/(Worse) than Plan
8,267
1,551
4,423
2,692
0
100
1,178
12,029
6,182
Year-To-Date 7/1/2013 – 4/13/2014
Sunday and Holy Day Collections
Christmas
Easter
Electronic Funds Transfer
Other Collections (Maintenance, Flower)
Tuition and Fees (Rel. Ed)
Fund Raising
Misc, Income (Stole Fees, Stipends, etc)
Year to Date Actual as of 4/13/2014**
Year to Date Target as of 4/13/2014**
YTD Better/(Worse) than Plan
259,050
31,928
1,806
46,791
30,243
32,106
25,471
26,000
453,395
493,189
(39,794)
Average # of Weekly Envelopes
EFT Givers
183
43
** Includes Ordinary income and expense. Does not
include extraordinary items or Capital Campaign
Contributions or pledges.
NEXT WEEK:
PRESIDER/MASS SCHEDULE
The Fourth Sunday of Easter
SATURDAY, May 10th:
5pm-Fr. Kurt—A Cappella Choir
If you would like to have someone who is ill
prayed for at Mass, please call the Parish Office
The name of that person will be announced in
church and will be added to the prayer column in
the weekly bulletin. (Note: Privacy laws may
affect our ability to publish specific information).
*Please call or email the Parish Office to remove a name.
Kevin Anderson
Sr. Eugene Baiardo
Lynn Callahan
Robert Camp
Matthew Carmody
Filomena Compiani
James Coughlin
Marianne Diewald
David Erickson
Rev. Joseph Furczon
Cardinal Francis George
Camille Golminas
Gregory Gorski
Becky Granat
Laura Graves
Darrell Hutton
Jim
Barbara Landes
Catherine Mannix
Lisa Marzano
Judy Murray
Paul Murray
Mary Nally
Terrence Pelech
Jean Porter
Beverly P.
Florence Provencher
Ed Richards
Ron Rickerson
Ethel Roman
Lewis Ruppert
Florence Rybski
Julius Savrimas
Agnes Shab
Raymond Shuman
William Siewertsen
Cory Steck
Mary Tadda & Melanie
Bill Waitkus
Richard Waliczek
We pray for Our loved ones in the military
Lt. Daniel Alvey
Andrew Bosko, Jr.
Zachary F. Eriksen
Lt. Daniel J. Falvey
Daniel Judge
Steven Korbus
Warren Miller
Chad Peters
Maj. Leslie Rafferty
Ryan Rudman
Kevin Thomas
Ryan D. Wedel
We would like to pray for all of our loved ones who are
serving in the armed forces. If you would like to submit a name
for the list, please fill out the form below and mail it to the Parish
Office or place in the Sunday collection basket. Please include
your name & phone number.
SUNDAY, May 11th: (Mother’s Day)
7:30am-Fr. Gorski
10am-Fr. Gorski—Children’s Choir
Noon-Fr. Kurt
5pm-Fr. Marion—Lemont Tri-Parish Mass
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