January 18, 2015 - Holy Family, Inverness

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January 18, 2015 - Holy Family, Inverness
Second Sunday in Ordinary Time
January 18, 2015
About Us
Holy Family
Catholic Community
2515 Palatine Rd.
Inverness, IL 60067
847-359-0042 (ph)
847-359-0639 (fax)
holyfamilyparish.org
Vision Statement
Holy Family
Catholic Community
invites all to new life
in Christ. Our response
to God’s call is evident
through full,
conscious and
active participation
in our community.
Mission Statement
To engage all in
the sacramental life
through
vibrant worship,
life-long learning and
passionate
community.
facebook.com/holyfamilyinverness
Core Values
Animated by our faith
in God to evangelize,
we live the following
core values:
• Integrity
• Excellence
• Unity
• Service
• Justice
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Welcome to Holy Family
Sacramental / Formation Ministers
Holy Family Catholic community invites all to
new life in Christ. Are you new to Holy Family? Are you considering becoming a registered
parishioner? We welcome you to become engaged
in carrying out our mission. New members are
registered on the 2nd and 4th Sundays of every
month (excluding holidays) immediately following the 9:00 A.M. Mass. Welcome Ministers will
be available at the Welcome Desk to walk you
through the short registration process. If Sunday
is not convenient for you, contact Susan Cabay at
847-274-4423. Saint Paul says, “We are the Body
of Christ.” We look forward to experiencing that
reality with you. Fr. Terry Keehan, Pastor
Friar Johnpaul Cafiero
Fr. Denis Carneiro
Fr. George Kane
Schedule
Masses
Weekdays:
Monday-Friday
9:00 a.m.
Monday & Wednesday
7:00 p.m.
First Friday of the month
9:00 a.m.
(with Anointing of the Sick)
First Saturday of the month 9:00 a.m.
Saturday
5:00 p.m.
Sunday
7:30 a.m.
9:00 a.m. (interpreted for the hearing impaired)
11:00 a.m.
4:00 p.m.
Holy Days
7:00a.m., 9:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m.
Eucharistic Adoration
Everyday
6:00 a.m. to Midnight
Reconciliation (Available upon request)
Communal Reconciliation with individual absolution
First Saturday of the month at 4:00 p.m. in chapel)
Individual Reconciliation (in Reconciliation Room)
Other Saturdays from 4:00 p.m.-4:45 p.m.
Nursery Available
Saturday 5:00 p.m.
Sunday 9:00 and 11:00 a,m.
Anointing of the Sick
Please know that recent hospital privacy laws have
significantly limited our knowledge of parishioners
who are hospitalized. If you have a loved one who
is ill, please contact our Pastoral Care office to request the Anointing of the Sick. The ideal time for
anointing is when family is present and not necessarily in the final hours of life. Monthly Anointing
of the Sick takes place on the First Friday of the
month at 9:00 a.m. Mass.
January 18, 2015
Fr. Richard Vaz, SVD
Fr. Bill Zavaski
Fr. Medard Laz, Pastor Emeritus
Pastoral Council
e-mail: [email protected]
Al Clementi
Chairperson (Pastoral Care)
Bernie Schaeffer Vice-Chair (At Large - Pastor)
Fr. Terry Keehan Pastor (Staff)
OPEN
Recording Secretary
Robin Schreiner Adult Faith
Eileen Neal
Archdiocesan Rep
Brooke Held
At Large (Council)
Tony Mathias
Family Faith
Judy Petrie
Holy Family Catholic Academy
Ken Dirnberger Knights of Columbus
Tracey Cantarutti Operations
Andrew McGovern Outreach & Justice
Heidi Rooney
Staff
Alan Bosslet
Teen Faith (Adult Rep)
Daniel Tokarz
Teen Faith (Teen Rep)
Aly Worthem
Teen Faith (Teen Rep)
Heidi Trocha
Worship
Council meets the 3rd Tuesday of the month at
7:00 p.m. All are invited to attend and listen
to the items on the published agenda. If you or
your group have an item for discussion, it needs
to be submitted in writing to the council chair
one week prior to the scheduled meeting.
Finance Council
The Finance Council of Holy Family meets quarterly and its current members are:
Ken Aman
Maureen DeRosa
Rosemary Goff - Chair
Robert Growney
Edward Majerczak
John McCarthy
Jeffrey Rotter
Jim Vande Logt
Weekend Hospitality Donations
Baked goods and bite-sized treats are needed each
weekend for hospitality after masses. Please bring
donations marked “Hospitality” to the kitchen.
Contact Sue at 847-907-3443 with questions.
Fr. Terry Keehan
As I write to you I am
blessed with the silence
of a retreat and a trained
director who has been very
helpful. For 28 of the last
29 years I have done an
annual retreat of this kind
that is a real staple of my
spiritual journey. When
I did the 36 day silent
directed retreat in 1993,
the Spiritual Exercises of Ignatius Loyola, I was really
sold on the manner in which God speaks in the silence.
There are times when I begin my prayer with saying
to myself, "Let the silence speak to me." This morning I altered that a bit. What came to me this morning
was, "Lord, speak to me in and through the silence."
The important distinction is the silence, although really
important, is a vehicle to hear God, whose voice is
often felt and clarified when noise of all kind is limited
or even completely reduced. In other words, silence is
golden.
For years I have known that God speaks to us in many
ways, including the beauty of music, the laughter of
good friends, the love of special people, the cry of the
poor, the innocence of children, the thrill of competition, the mastery of creativity, the drama of entertainment, the unfolding of a good story, and the art of life,
to name a few. This morning I was moved with the
simplicity of a clarifying statement which generated so
much confidence for me. I have felt God speaking to
me in the silence for many years, but the statement
that I claimed this morning will accompany and even
begin my silent prayer from now on, "Lord, speak to me
in and through the silence."
If I can help any of you in your interest to pursue praying in silence or retreats that are centered on silence,
please let me know. A great resource is the Jesuit Retreat House in Barrington for more information as well.
How many times has God called you in your life?
Notice I ask how many times God has called you, not
how many times has God called to you. Hopefully we
are being called to on a regular basis in our prayer,
reflection and other spiritual pursuits. Our calling is
something much more significant. Each of us, by virtue
of being baptized are urged to do very meaningful work
by the worker God who has bigger plans for us than
we realize. Silent prayer using a passage of scripture
can be very helpful in discerning or listening to God's
call in our lives at dramatic turning points. Try it if you
haven't.
As we return to Ordinary Time this week, our first
reading from the first book of Samuel guides us on an
adventure into a great drama. The Lord calls the young
Samuel repeatedly but he doesn't realize that it is the
Lord doing the calling. So it is with us sometimes. We
don't realize we are being called. Eli, Samuel's father,
urges the youth to recognize that God is indeed calling
him.
How is God calling you now? Can you hear God's call?
Can you help someone else hear God's call in their
life? Spend some time in silence with these and any
other questions that this passage may stir up in you.
Our Gospel this week comes from John and it complements the first reading very well. The question is put to
Jesus by a curious, intrigued follower, “Master, where
do you stay?” In other words, where do you live?
Jesus responds not with a fact, address, city or town
but rather with an invitation. He says, “Come and see.”
I read that as an invitation to all of us to investigate
what the Lord does as much as, or more than, where
he lives. Come and see is a lifetime invitation for all of
us to investigate the depth of the Lord Jesus Christ in
all human life. Let’s make sure we are sincere in our
response to 'come and see.'
Our annual Gala is a little over one month away on
Saturday, February 21 at the Meadows Club in Rolling Meadows. Many people at Holy Family have been
working real hard to create a fun and enjoyable evening with a Mardi Gras theme that promises to excite
and engage all who attend. Archbishop Cupich will be
joining us so this will be a great opportunity to meet him
if you haven't already. Please plan on attending and
include family and friends to catch our vibrant spirit.
We have begun a very important ministry here at Holy
Family called One in Love. This is a loving outreach
to Gay, Lesbian, Transgender and Questioning individuals, their family members, loved ones and friends.
Forming in the best sense of community, this is a
ministry to share stories and various resources that
provide support and reflection in a safe and nurturing
environment. For more information please contact Sue
Geegan at 847-907-3443 who will forward your information on to the ministry lead for this new endeavor,
Chris Evon.
Did you like what Terry Nelson Johnson offered during
his reflection last Sunday? Please join us for the Running the Paschal Mystery Retreat at Mundelein seminary next weekend, January 23-25. See page 7 of this
bulletin or call the Adult Faith Office for more details.
www.holyfamilyparish.org
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Worship
The Worship
Community...
creates a vibrant prayer
and worship experience
so that all may
participate in a fully
conscious and active
way in the Liturgy.
“The Love of God in the
Addictions Recovery Process”
Amanda Asque will be giving a reflection at the 9:00 and 11:00
masses on Sunday, February 1, 2015 and presenting in the
Chapel from 12:15-1:15 pm.
Come hear Ms. Asque as she reflects on her life story of 20
years of addiction to heroin and her long road to recovery
through the help of
St. Martin de Porres House of Hope in Chicago.
Administrative Assistant
Part-Time
to work in our Music Office
The person we are looking for will have strong administrative
skills, good organizational abilities, exceptional attention to
detail, and knowledge of and passion for music helpful.
15-20 hours per week, flexible.
Contact Gene Garcia, Director of Music,
at [email protected]
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January 18, 2015
Operations
Ro Geisler
Parish Manager
847-907-3424
RGeisler
@holyfamilyparish.org
The Operations
Community...
oversees the parish
business and
infrastructure activities
to ensure they operate
efficiently.
SUNDAY
ATTENDANCE & COLLECTIONS
ATTENDANCE
COLLECTIONS
2,600
2,160
2,098
2,460
9,318
62,205
34,869
36,920
51,098
185,092
Dec 21
Dec 28
Jan 4
Jan 11
Last 4 Weeks
YEAR TO DATE
63,699
$
1,050,713
Budget Year to Date
$
1,150,000
Year to Date Budget Variance
Year to Date vs. Last Year
$
$
Year to Date
Christmas Collection
$
245,529
(99,287)
(27,389)
Last Year Total
$
251,646
2014 Donations and Tax Letters
Thank you for your generous support of Holy Family over the past
year! Your contributions make it possible for our Parish to sustain
an environment of vibrant worship, lifelong learning, and passionate
community.
Tax letters summarizing 2014 donations will be mailed by January
31st to parishioners whose total 2014 contributions exceed $250,
in accordance with IRS guidelines. If you do not receive a tax letter and desire one, please call Bernadette Colmone @ 847-9073438 and leave your name and address. We will mail a letter to you
promptly. Thank you.
www.holyfamilyparish.org
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Adult Faith
Marsha Adamczyk
Director
847-907-3458
MAdamczyk
@holyfamilyparish.org
The Adult Faith
Community...
supports the mission
of lifelong learning by
providing educational,
spiritual, and
formational activities
for the parish and the
community.
The Year of the Woman continues…
“Stories about Protecting the Rights of
Women in International Law”
Presented by Bridget Arimond, J.D.
Tuesday, February 3, 2015 from 7:00-9:00 pm
$10 suggested donation. Pre-registration by January
29th is helpful so we can plan for seating and hospitality.
Donation basket will be on the registration table on the day
of the event.
Contact Mary Whiteside to register at 847-907-3450 or [email protected]
“The World of Medical Ethics: Moral Distress
both in Healthcare Professionals and Ourselves”
Presented by Katherine Wasson, Ph.D.
Wednesday, March 4, 2015 from 7:00-9:00 pm
$10 suggested donation. Pre-registration by February
26th is helpful so we can plan for seating and hospitality.
Donation basket will be on the registration table
on the day of the event.
Contact Mary Whiteside to register at 847-907-3450
or [email protected]
Spiritual Direction
and Companioning
Catholic Couple Checkup
The answer is yes, only if you desire to deepen your
understanding in your unique relationship with the
Lord. The trained spiritual director has the skills to not
get in the way of your unique spiritual growth and yet
be a gentle guide toward clarity in your “Call.” Your witness is privately held as sacred!
The archdiocese has an inventory available on-line for
all couples, whether you are dating, engaged, or married. An inventory is an excellent way for couples to
see where they may need to communicate, and it also
provides information on your current strengths as an
individual and as a couple. The inventory can be taken
in a very short amount of time and the results are sent
right to your email address, so it’s completely confidential. You can access the Catholic Couple Checkup inventory at www.familyministries.org. The cost is 29.99.
To inquire or schedule an appointment with a Spiritual
Director, contact Mimi at 847-907-3412 or
[email protected]
Contact Mary Whiteside at 847-907-3450 or
[email protected] if you have any
questions.
Would a relationship with a Spiritual Director/Companion make a difference in your life?
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January 18, 2015
Adult Faith
Holy Family Retreat
Running the
Paschal Mystery
Dr. Terry Nelson-Johnson and Fr. Terry Keehan
January 23-25, 2015
Cost: $225
Life is a marathon. Find your “pace” through the many life, death and resurrection
moments that you have experienced. We will learn from the ultimate teacher Jesus - who ran the “marathon” that is the Paschal Mystery - from Holy Thursday
through Easter Sunday. This retreat is led by two dynamic presenters - Fr. Terry
Keehan and Dr. Terry Nelson-Johnson who incorporate humor, music, and
engaging personal testimonies along with time for quiet reflection. Fill yourself
with joy and come away strengthened for the journey of life.
Terry Nelson-Johnson, D.Min. is Resident Theologian and Animator of Faith at
Old St. Patrick’s Church in Chicago. In this role he has led numerous successful
Beloved retreats, as well as Confirmation retreats for teens, parish missions and
days of reflection. Dr. Nelson-Johnson is married and the father of two children.
Fr. Terry Keehan, M.Div., M.A., Pastor of Holy Family Catholic Community, has
directed parish missions, retreats, days of reflection and workshops across the
nation. He has a special interest in “real world” spirituality - connecting our lives’
experiences with our faith.
Retreat will be held at St. Mary of the Lake, 1000 E. Maple Ave., Mundelein, IL 60060
To register and reserve your room, contact Mimi Ferlita at 847-907-3412 or [email protected]
www.holyfamilyparish.org
www.holyfamilyparish.org
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Adult Faith
Holy Family
Parish Mission 2015
“Preparing for Easter Peace:
Reflections on the Peace Prayer”
Friar Johnpaul Cafiero, OFM
February 15, 16 and 17, 2015
7:00-9:00 pm
No registration necessary
No charge
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Family & Teen Faith
The Family & Teen
Faith Community...
offers faith formation
and catechesis
to preschool through
elementary school aged
children and
high school teens
and their families.
www.holyfamilyparish.org
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Family & Teen Faith
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Family & Teen Faith
www.holyfamilyparish.org
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Holy Family Academy
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Outreach & Justice
Sue Geegan
Director
847-907-3443
SGeegan
@holyfamilyparish.org
The Outreach &
Justice
Community...
offers assistance
programs, as well as
ministries promoting
peace and justice,
respect for life and
welcoming new
parishioners
Catholic Social Teaching –
United States Catholic Conference of Bishops
Over the next 12 months, all seven themes will be
highlighted.
The Church's social teaching is a rich treasure of wisdom about building a just society
and living lives of holiness amidst the challenges of modern society. Modern Catholic social teaching has
been articulated through a tradition of papal, conciliar and episcopal documents. The depth and richness of
this tradition can be understood best through a direct reading of these documents. In these brief reflections,
we highlight several of the key themes that are at the heart of our Catholic social tradition.
Rights and Responsibilities - The Catholic tradition teaches that human dignity can be protected and
a healthy community can be achieved only if human rights are protected and responsibilities are met. Therefore, every person has a fundamental right to life and a right to those things required for human decency.
Corresponding to these rights are duties and responsibilities--to one another, to our families, and to the larger
society.
As for the State . . . It has also the duty to protect the rights of all its people, and particularly of its weaker
members, the workers, women and children. It can never be right for the State to shirk its obligation of working actively for the betterment of the condition of the workingman. Christianity and Social Progress (Mater et
Magistra. . . ), #20
For more information visit – www.usccb.org
On the 42st anniversary of the Roe vs Wade decision upholding a woman’s right to an
abortion, we pray for the rights of all human beings; especially the unborn.
“Seamless Garment: A Consistent Ethic of Life”
On March 11, 1984, Cardinal Bernardin delivered a moving speech at St. Louis University. A particular portion of his lecture series became known as the “Seamless Garment:
A Consistent Ethic of Life”. His message emphasized the importance of why we need to
espouse a consistent ethic of life: (1) the dimensions of the threats to life today; and (2)
the value of our moral vision.
Quoting Pope John Paul, “it is only through a conscious choice and through a deliberate
policy that humanity can be saved.” Cardinal Bernardin continued, “The idea of a consistent ethic of life – one which stands for the protection of the right to life and the promotion
of the rights which enhance life from womb to tomb – manifests the positive potential of
the Catholic moral and social tradition. It is both a complex and a demanding tradition; it
joins the humanity of the unborn infant and the humanity of the hungry; it calls for positive
legal action to prevent the killing of the unborn or the aged and positive societal action to
provide shelter for the homeless and education for the illiterate.
The potential of the moral and social vision is appreciated in a new way when the systemic vision of Catholic ethics is seen as the background for the specific positions we take
on a range of issues. A consistent ethic does not say everyone in the Church must do
all things, but it is both possible and necessary for the Church as a whole to cultivate a
conscious explicit connection among the several issues.”
Let us pray to our God of all creation, through Jesus, your Son, You created man in your
own image and likeness, to live and love as the crown of your creation. Move our hearts
to cherish the precious gift of life at every stage and in every condition, and especially
when it is most vulnerable. AMEN
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Outreach & Justice
HOLY FAMILY PADS SITE
Holy Family’s PADS site needs volunteers to set up, provide and serve meals, work shifts, clean up as well as offer an atmosphere of comfort and safety. There are several ways YOU can serve the homeless in our community.
1) Volunteers will be in the narthex NEXT weekend, January 24 and 25 after masses to assist you with sign
ups. New volunteers are required to go through a brief orientation before working at a PADS site. (See number 2
below.)
2) New volunteers are required to go through a brief orientation before working at a PADS site. (See number 2
below.)
3) If you have not completed orientation, go to www.journeystheroadhome.org and click on Volunteer Opportunities to find the 2014-15 orientation schedule. Online sign-ups are available to all volunteers who have completed
orientation.
4) Provide food for dinner, lunch or breakfast. Visit www.carecalendar.org using our own calendar ID and
password listed below and feel free to sign up for food donations through the end of the season. Food can be
dropped off hours, even days earlier, and prepared just prior to our guests arriving. Please feel free to pass this
information along to anyone else you know that might want to donate items for our weekly PADS site. The calendar ID is 134413 and the security code is 9236.
If you have completed orientation and haven’t received an invitation to sign up for a shift online, please contact
Sue Geegan at [email protected] We always need more shift volunteers, so please consider volunteering even if it’s just once per month.
PADS CLOTHING ITEMS NEEDED
• Warm hats, gloves, mittens, scarves
• Winter coats, men’s
• Jeans, shirts men’s
• 2XL and 3XL women’s pants and shirts
• Neckguards
Please leave items in the PADS bin in the
west coatroom. Thanks so very much!
PRAY THE ROSARY
This Weekend after all Masses
Pray the rosary January 17 and
18 after all masses in the chapel
with the Knights of Columbus and
Marian Ministry.
The focus will be on Pro-life
issues.
Holy Family Parishioners –
Drive Cautiously in the Parking Lot
Every Sunday evening until the last weekend in April, Holy Family hosts a PADS
site for our homeless friends to provide them with a nutritious meal and a safe
and warm place to sleep. Be aware that our guests arrive on food, on bikes as
well as in automobiles. They are traveling along Palatine Road in the darkness
of the evening hours and are difficult to see at times. Please drive slowly and use extra caution as you leave the
church through the parking lot and onto Palatine Road. We want our guests to arrive safely. Thank You!
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Pastoral Care
Matthew Thibeau
847-907-3417
MThibeau
@holyfamilyparish.org
The Pastoral Care
Community...
provides, through
our ministries,
compassionate
pastoral care with
support and guidance
for those who suffer in
mind, body and spirit.
In a Special Way
We Pray For...
Barb Marrs Whelan
Loretta Acres
Richard Bokor
Tita Barnett
Al Wood
Richard McAvoy
Ann Hoskins
Janet Ganzer
Gerald Smith
Eldon Whiteside
Nicolina Dattoli-Rullo
Martin McGowan
Robyn Burke
Michele Phillips
Baby Kohen Parker
Tommy Morris
Jim Phillips
Donna Miller
Angie Martin
Linda Pavlak
Linda Nordtvedt
Jane Hill
Michael Betlinski
Rocco Rotolo
Jim Kelly
Baby Rory Hermes
Eternal rest grant unto them O Lord
and let perpetua light shine upon them.
May their souls and the souls of all
the faithful departed rest in peace. Amen.
The HOME MINISTRY team
would like to keep people in our community aware of the services we offer.
We are available for the occasional
wellness check, need for transportation, visit or help with a meal. Our
members are all volunteers and we
are always interested in those who
might join in this ministry or members
of our community who may be aware
of a need we might be able to fill.
If you would like to be involved in
this ministry or know of a need call us
at 847-772-2646.
Thanks to all those who have volunteered to serve.
Prayer List Requests
Remembering our sick in prayer is important to the Holy
Family parish community. With the person’s or relative’s permission, his or her name will be read aloud during the intercessory prayers that weekend. We will then place the name
of a sick person who has recently become ill on the screens
at the weekend Masses for the following two weeks. Should
the person become more seriously ill at a future time, let us
know and we will then follow the same procedure.
ALL the sick of our parish community and our relatives
and friends who are ill can we added to our Book of Prayer
in the narthex and then prayed for each and every day at
Masses and by the prayer groups in our parish.
Funeral Planning
Ministry
With the increasing number of funerals
celebrated at Holy Family, we have been
piloting a new ministry to walk with families
through the days and events of a loved
one’s passing. The funeral planning ministry meets with families to plan the wake,
liturgy, and cemetery services. They coordinate with the Mass ministers, resurrection choir, and luncheon volunteers. They
journey with the family in grief, so that the
prayer experiences reflect the love of the
family and the faith we share in the promise
of the Lord.
“I am the Resurrection and the Life. Whoever believes in me, even if they die, will
live.” Jn 11: 25
We are seeking to create four funeral planning teams who will commit to serve one
week a month.
www.holyfamilyparish.org
If interested please contact
Matt Thibeau
at 847-907-3417 or
[email protected]
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Pastoral Care
"Rising from Divorce"
1st & 3rd TUESDAY of each month
from 7 - 9PM
Breakout Room #5
By popular request, we are moving our meeting days to Tuesday nights.
Please help us spread the word! Consider joining us to provide insight to peers and
direction for what you would like from RFD ministry!
We are a support group for those affected by relationship challenges, separation or
divorce. All are invited, including those directly in the relationship and family/friends
providing support.
Please join us to share in a safe Christian environment.
Disability Ministry Presents:
Free Time for Parents
We provide a fun, structured environment for children with disabilities and their
siblings, giving parents a morning offree time.
We meet on the first Saturday of each month,
from 9:00am to 12:00pm
in Multitorium West.
Registration is required one week in advance!
Registration and Volunteer Information:
[email protected]
Anne Bosslet 847-358-6318
Donna Rogers 847-310-0778
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Living Faith
Living Faith
This is a
prayer,
reflection
and resource
page
designed to
help you reflect
on the reading
of the week and
next weekend’s
readings.
Weekly Readings
Mass
Intentions +
Monday, January 19
Hebrews 5: 1-10
Mark 2: 18-22
Tuesday, January 20
Hebrews 6: 10-20
Mark 2: 23-28
Wednesday, January 21
Hebrews 7: 1-3, 15-17
Mark 3: 1-6
Thursday, January 22
Hebrews 7: 25 - 8: 6
Mark 3: 7-12
Friday, January 23
Hebrews 8: 6-13
Mark 3: 13-19
Saturday, January 24
Hebrews 9: 2-3, 11-14
Mark 3: 20-21
Sunday, January 25
Jonah 3: 1-5, 10
1 Corinthians 7: 29-31
Mark 1: 14-20
Monday, January 19
9:00AM Janet Ganzer (Dorothy Josten)
Tuesday, January 20
9:00AM Gregory Tumbarello (Daughter)
Wednesday, January 21
9:00AM Ann Abraham (Family)
Thursday, January 22
9:00AM Alfonso Abbatantuono
(Irene Pezdirtz)
9:00AM Ann Hoskins (Irene Pezdirtz)
Friday, January 23
9:00AM Gerald J. Smith
(Knights of Columbus)
Saturday, January 24
5:00PM James Griseto (Daughter)
5:00PM Rose Zybko (Sasso Family)
5:00PM Jean Guth (Family)
Sunday, January 25
7:30AM Janet Ganzer
(David & Chris Rice)
7:30AM P.L.C. (Mommy)
7:30AM Don Kendzior (Family)
9:00AM Chris Domingo
(Ranchero Family)
9:00AM Reynaldo Clemente
(Ranchero Family)
9:00AM Edward Ryan (Kinsella Family)
11:00AM Charlene Barr
(Matt & Jayne Gryzlo)
11:00AM Ron Alaspa
(Matt & Jayne Gryzlo)
11:00AM Frank Lobo (D’Souza Family)
Mass intentions are available by
contacting the Parish Office
Preparing for
Next Week:
Watch our weekly SCC reflections at
https://www.youtube.com/user/HFInverness/videos. Click on Reflections on
Sunday Readings 1-25-15 and listen to
Friar Johnpaul Cafiero reflect on the readings.
Reflection Questions for Jan. 25, 2015:
1. Each generation since Christ has felt a
sense that “the world in its present form is
passing away.” If you feel that way, what
sign of that do you see? How would your
daily life be different if you knew for certain
the end of time was to come in a matter of
days?
2. The essence of repentance is having
a change of heart and mind. What are
the challenges one faces once they truly
repent?
3. They “abandoned their nets.” What
do you need to abandon in order to follow
Jesus more closely?
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Christmas Flower Memorials
In Loving Memory of…
Mom, Dad, Dan, Bill & John
Houlihan; Mom, Dad, Dan
Joan, Jon Finn Jr.
(M/M Paul Houlihan)
Bernice & Loretta Suitz
M/M Bleger, Maddie Alkass
(Hope Alkass)
Denise Iberle
(Bob Iberle)
Deceased family members
& friends
(Joseph Anzalone)
Carl & Pat Drone,
Richard Barrett
(Anonymous)
Stepen Mariana
(Anonymous)
Ciancio/Bills Family
(M/M Robert Ciancio)
Roberta & Martin Cipar
(Meg Cipar)
James W. Connor Sr.
Rita Conner
(James Conner Jr.)
Aurora Corpin
Teojilo de la Rosa
(Estrella Corpin)
Frank Schmidt
(M/M Don Axe)
Charles Goss
Florence Crook
(Randall Crook)
Irene Potocki
(Pat Balduf)
Charlotte Reno
(M/M Robert Crowther)
Mary Barnas,Walter Barnas
(Patricia Barnas)
Pat Mac
(M/M George Curran)
Papa Neil
(Cal, Keegan & Cade
Bossard)
Daniele Addante
(M/M Andrew Daniele)
Anthony R. Bottalla
Anthony C. Bottalla
Romeo Fineza
Erwin Fineza
(M/M Robert Bottalla)
Walter Daugerdas
Carrie Daugerdas
(M/M David Daugerdas)
Victor & Mafalda Cataldi
(M/M William De Salvo)
Mike & Grace Brazelton
George & Adele Skott
(Chuck & Jan Brazelton)
Roman & Mary Dybala
Tony & Emily Yucus
(M/M Ray Dybala)
Marge & Wally Bush
(Lori Bush & Maggie
Specht)
Magdaleno & Maria
Castano
(Christina & Wayne Eilers)
Lewandowski-Campana
Family
(Shirley Campana)
Mike & Anne Bollman
Robert & Helen Farmer
Margaret Johnston
Br. Bernard Dougherty, TOR
(M/M William Farmer)
Frank & Irene Campbell
Jack Fletcher
(M/M Daniel Campbell &
Family)
Ralph Cecchini
Jennifer Mirecki
(Wanda Cecchini)
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Virginia & Rocco Fasanella
Wilbur Bourbon
(M/M Rocco Fasanella)
Gerald F. Fitzgerald, Sr.
(Marjorie Fitzgerald)
Jack Fletcher
Frank & Marge Gusinde
(Diana Fletcher)
Angela Langefeld
(M/M John Fontana III)
Jennie & Ori Fontanini
Richard Govet
(JoAnne Fontanini)
Giuseppe Settefrati
Onelia Settefrati
(Maria Gagliano)
Ted Bochniarz
Jerome & Blanche Jacobs
(M/M Richard Jacobs)
M/M Peter Schaffer
M/M Thomas Jasnoch
(M/M Jordan Jasnoch)
Ray & Loretta Freda
Joe & Irene Karmazin
(M/M Donald Karmazin)
Matthew & Veronica Kowal
(Ken & Cheri Kowal)
Walter Lessner &
Ken Barber
(Ken & Cheri Kowal)
Kowalski Family
Zientarski Family
Mary Schram
(M/M Thomas Kowalski)
Johan Janusz Kus
(Dorota Kus)
Helen Palkow
(M/M Ronald Laboda)
John & Florence Katyna
Betty Landowski
(M/M Frank Landowski)
Gavigan Family
Venne Family
(M/M Richard Gavigan)
John P. Kelly
(Elizabeth Kelly)
Gregory Gerdes
(Mary Beth Gerdes)
Paul Eilers
(Barbara Kiefer)
Gino Lencioni
Christ & Bella Boulahanis
(M/M Ronald Lencioni)
Chester Gilski
(Gilski Family)
Robert Skleney
(Barbara Kiefer)
Les & Denzel Family
(Les Family)
Ray & Betty Wilson
Ida & Frank Girolamo
(M/M Rudy Girolamo)
Victims of Mexican government
(M/M Scott Kirkpatrick)
Savio Yau
(Suzanna Leung)
Bonuso Family
(Carol Kleemann)
Dorothy Britt
Dr/Mrs S. Lim
(Dr/Mrs Isabelo Lim)
Audrey M. Greco, Gonzalez/Raimondo Family
(Andres & Marietta Gonzalez)
Kleinfeldt & Lasota Families
(M/M Walter Kleinfeldt)
M/M E. Powicki
M/M H. Kliefoth
(M/M David Kliefoth)
Henry & Rose Niedermeyer, Lottie Jarczyk,
Stanley Loboda, Irma
Collette
(Bob & Agnes Loboda)
Albin & Marie Chuhak
(Kobeski Family)
Malinowski Family)
(M/M Marian Malinowski)
Daniel Kobeski
(Kobeski Family)
Mary Toniolo
(M/M Louis Manfredini)
Frank & Marie Leban
(Kobeski Family)
Ginny Peterson
(M/M Bill Martinez)
Anne Egan
(Kochanski Family)
John Mazurm, Henry Krupa
(Aniela Mazur)
Marge & Al Otto
Greg & Lela Hellgeth
(M/M Thomas Hellgeth)
Nicola Rubino
(M/M Thomas Kokoszka)
Pat Brennan, Joyce Jelinek
(Marty & Marian McGowan)
Jack Heraty
(Sally Heraty)
Danuta, Zbigniew,
Zofia, Boleslaw, Jan
(M/M Jacek Konczewski)
Carlos Vargas
Michael Garcia
(M/M Teofilo Mestas)
Vince Gramarossa
(Gramarossa Family)
Betty Ann Stas
(Steve & Cathy Guranovich)
Luisa & Manuel Garcia
(M/M Luis Gutierrez)
Veronica Hagen
Leo D’Andrea
(James Hagen)
Paul Condon
Hazel & Dan Mashek
(Diane Hainline)
January 18, 2015
Christmas Flower Memorials
Fr. Pat Brennan
(Bonnie Michels OFS)
Jimmy Pizzato
(Laura Ramser)
Joseph & Jennie Maranto
(Eleanor Speros)
Alice Cafiero
(Bonnie Michels OFS)
Dr. William Ramser
(Laura & Bill Ramser)
Dennis Cafiero
(Bonnie Michels OFS)
Rustico L. Mallari
Dory Sabal
(M/M Emelito Rivera)
John & Jo Pisczor, Al
Stefaniak, Jack & Loretta
O’Connell, Rosalie Ducato
(M/M Alan Stefaniak)
John Cafiero Sr.
(Bonnie Michels OFS)
Irma Collette
(Bonnie Michels OFS)
Anna & Joseph Baranowski
Angeline & Gabriel Pawlowski
(Diane Roisland)
Michael Jackson
(Bonnie Michels OFS)
Josef Haasz
Nikolaus Rotter
(M/M Jacob Rotter)
Carla Leonardo
(Bonnie Michels OFS)
Ann Bartlett, Fred Bartlett
(M/M Lou Rundio)
John & Margaret Mihalik
(William Mihalik)
Anna & Carl Troppito
Edward Rydberg
(Rydberg Family)
Stanley Wenc, Robert
Wenc; Albert, Laverne &
Allan Napolitano
(M/M Kenneth Napolitano)
Barbara Kresmery
(M/M Martin Scheiden)
Bill & Eileen Lynch
(M/M James Ongena)
Helen Jarmusz
Harriett Schneid
Pumpkin & Patches
(M/M Tom Schneid)
Oroni & Klocker Families
(Kathleen Oroni)
Matthew & Theresa
Kawalec;
Frank & Francis Poczatek
(M/M Frank Parks)
Roman & Mary Rita Pinda
(Mary Beth Pinda/Edward
Woynich)
Joseph Pizzuto
(Salvatore Pizzuto)
Pasquale & Maria Pizzuto
(Salvatore Pizzuto)
Kosar Family
Postema Family
(M/M Thomas Postema)
Ivy Ramser-Johannesen
(Laura & Bill Ramser)
Mary & Stanley Szerszen
(Jerry & Connie Szerszen)
Brian N. Thornton
(M/M Michael Thornton)
Lydia & Antoine Tinawi
(Rauis Tinawi)
Tortorelli Family
M/M James Tortorelli)
Beverly Tresnowski
(M/M Bernard Tresnowski)
Ann & Erich Bruhn
Stella & Chester Trocha
(M/M Chester Trocha II)
Carmela Salamone
Joseph Salamone
(Joanne Salamone)
Dorothy & Henry Merey
(Kathy & Dennis O’Hara)
Thanks for Your Financial Contribution ...
Janet & Virginia Hudrick
Mary & Peter Brudzicz
(M/M Tim Vincent)
Kay Whinna
(M/M Walter Whinna)
Caryl Zimanzl
Tom Zimanzl
(M/M Philip Whiteside)
Rose O’Connor
(Rhea Schneider)
M/M Edward R. Mahoney
(M/M Stephen Williams)
Joe & Elsie Scotillo
Oren & Dorothy Sass
(M/M John Scotillo)
Joe
(M/M Gerald Wisniewski)
Karen Woronicz
(Edmund Woronicz)
Peter & Lee Sesko
Pete & Stephanie Pundo
(M/M Frank Sesko)
Dee Dee Terry
Peggy Stitch
(M/M Edgar Wright III)
Sidney Simon
(Loretta Simon)
Mueller & Yaconos’
(M/M Joseph Yacono)
Smith, Dahl & Clancy
Families
(M/M Gerald Smith)
Frank Yacopino
(Bernie Yacopino)
Julie Sokulski Hesser
(M/M Andrew Sokulski)
Edward & Lillian Frankowski
(Stanley & Pat Sowizrol)
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M/M George Allie
M/M Lawrence Antos
M/M James Bellinger
M/M Mario Blasevich
Dr/Mrs Dennis Bond
M/M Scott Brady
M/M Robert Bubulka
M/M Terrence Connolly
Mary Corbett
M/M William Dahlborn, Jr.
M/M Christopher Davis
Uchenna Divine
M/M Joseph Ebner
M/M Ray Franczak
M/M Anthony Graffia
M/M Gary Gregory
Donna Harris
M/M Mark Helbing
M/M Jeffrey Hitz
M/M Leland Howard
Diane Janisch
Emily Katzenbach
M/M Joseph Kawa
M/M Thomas Koikkara
M/M Vasyl Kozych
M/M Stanley Krys
M/M John Kulczuga
M/M John Maffesoli
M/M Wally Malysa
M/M George Martinelli
M/M James Marturano
M/M Loreto Mercado
M/M Kenneth Mikula
M/M Anthony Molinaro
Barbara Mose
Pamela O’Connell
M/M Gary O’Reilly
M/M Robert Orsi
M/M Martin Pilut
M/M Angelo Polvere
Mike Posdal/Kathy Cassady
Allen Ritz
M/M Allen Ryan
M/M Ronald Sasso
M/M John Schaefer
Mr Skowron /Wisniewska-Skowron
M/M Michael Stineman
M/M Joaquin Tagarao
M/M Leonard Thomas
Jane Tischler
Kathy Tull
M/M William Van Duys
M/M Michael Vivo
M/M Joseph Wallentin
Judith Wojcik
M/M Scott Worthem
M/M Ronald Zanardo
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Of Special Note
Holy Family Books & Gifts is owned by Holy Family Parish and solely managed and operated by volunteers.
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January 18, 2015
Relax. You’re at Great Clips.®
Hair Cuts • Updos
Open 7 Days
34 S. Northwest Hwy.
Palatine
(NW Hwy & Palatine Rd.)
847-991-1776
Anthony, Dan and Ross Morizzo
Proud Parishioners Since 1989
• Traditional Funeral Services
• Traditional Cremation Services
• Memorial Services
• Pre-Arrangement & Pre-Planning
• 24/7 Availability
• At Need & Pre-Arrangement
As a family owned and operated business,
we take great pride in the service we offer
to the families in our community.
We are more than caretakers, we are
your neighbors and friend. We are privileged
to be a part of this community and
your family. We provide unparalleled
guidance, unmatched care and
unwavering support for the families we serve.
2550 Hassell Road • Hoffman Estates • 847-752-6444
4 Life Animal
Wellness Center
• Free Estimates
• Bonded & Insured
Parishioner
M.J. Miller & Co.
Portrait Art Chicago
1730 W. Algonquin Rd.
Hoffman Estates
847-701-8377
• Rehab therapies post surgery or injury.
• Healthy Pet Lifestyle counseling.
• Older Pets-stiffness or weight problems.
• Holistic Veterinary Medicine.
• We can help you keep your pets.
• Healthy and happy for years to come!!!!
Fine Jewelry & Gifts
We Buy Estates,
Old Gold & Giftware
847-381-7900
123 W. Main St.
Barrington
www.mjmillerjewelers.com
Connie Szerszen
Oil & Pastel
Portraits
20% Discount
With this Ad
847-436-9343
Paluch Partners - a simple way for you to partner
with service providers who support your parish
through their sponsorship of the parish bulletin.
www.PortraitArtChicago.com
Easily access your parish’s latest bulletin
and all the sponsors who advertise.
Their contribution allows parish bulletin
communication to be free of charge
for your parish. Support them by taking
advantage of the services they provide.
Nova Fire Protection Inc.
Fire Sprinkler Installation,
Repairs, Testing & Inspections
for Commercial & Residential
847-885-1605 www.novafp.com
Happy Murray Age 14 years
Miller Wealth Law Group LLC (847) 466-1045
MillerWealthLaw.com
Office in Schaumburg
Estate Planning: Wills & trusts. Help when a parent, spouse or loved one passes away.
Business Planning: Succession & owner exit strategies. Executive & key-employee benefits.
Tax Planning & Preparation: Reducing taxes to protect family wealth & create charitable trusts.
www.PALUCHPARTNERS.com
Jeff Miller, Attorney Pam Miller, CPA
Parishioners since 1995
Jeff is an adjunct estate planning professor at
Tents • Tables • Chairs • Linens • Moonwalk • Games
DePaul law school and admitted to practice 500 S. Hicks Road, Palatine
847-394-8213
www.arlingtonrental.com
before the United States Tax Court.
AUTO • HOME • LIFE
BUSINESS
LONG TERM CARE
CHUCK BRAZELTON
Agent & Parishioner
[email protected]
2549 W. Golf Road
Hoffman Estates
847-882-4800
www.brazeltoninsurance.com
Kevin Sullivan M.D.
Parishioner
Deborah L. Kleskan O.D.
Brent Ostoich O.D.
Parishioner
Laser Vision Correction
• Contact Lenses • General Eye Care
1415 Palatine Rd.
Hoffman Estates
847-776-8900
CORCORAN HEATING AIR CONDITIONING INC.
Sales • Service • Installation
Commercial & Residential
HOFFMAN ESTATES
397-5888
TOM
009247 Holy Family Church (C)
Kathy L. French, D.D.S. FAGD
Parishioner
Parishioner Plumbing Contractor
Wants Your Work
No Job too Big or Small
5% of all sales will be donated
Serving Families in Our Community Since 1985
to the building fund 847-358-5377
Teacher, Presenter and Member of Numerous
www.intelligentplumbing.com PL13556
Dental Associations and Institutes
630-773-6966
500 Park Blvd.,
Ste. 180C Itasca
www.HAMILTONLAKESDENTISTRY.COM
www.jspaluch.com
Brian or Sally, coordinators
860.399.1785
an Official
Travel Agency
of AOS-USA
www.CatholicCruisesAndTours.com
For Ads: J.S. Paluch Co., Inc. 1-800-566-6170
Owned and operated by the Bob Smith Family Since 1912
• Complete funeral arrangements
• Cremation services
• Funeral preplanning
• Out-of-town arrangements
• Monuments
Saint Margaret
Sunday Missal
MARY ANN ROSANOVA-KAPER, MD
MARK A. ROSANOVA, MD
DIPLOMATES, AMERICAN BOARD OF OPHTHALMOLOGY
Parishioner
An ideal companion
for personal prayer.
Surgery & Disease of the Eyes
330 E. Main St., Ste. 1W, Barrington
381-4300
In Stock & Ready to Order Today.
PALATINE SHELL SERVICE
CALL OR ORDER ONLINE. $39.95
All Repairs Guaranteed
7 East Palatine Rd., Palatine
847-358-4299
www.palatineshellservice.com
800-566-6150 • www.wlpmusic.com
Consider Remembering
Your Parish in Your Will.
Dentistry For:
New Patients
Welcome!
• Children
• Adolescents
• Special Needs
For further information,
please call the Parish Office.
Russell S. Pollina D.D.S., P.C.
KOLZE FLOORING
www.grins4kids.com
HIGH QUALITY & SERVICE
HARDWOOD FLOORING
New Installation
Dustless Sanding
Refinishing
Pediatric Dentistry & Orthodontics *
601 W. Central Rd. Ste. #4
18 E. Dundee Rd. Bldg. 5
Mt. Prospect
Suite 100 - Barrington
847-392-2457
847-382-1720
* Orthodontic services provided by Pediatric Dentists
Pack “N” Mail
Mailing Center
1590 W. Algonquin Rd., Hoffman Estates, IL 60192
$25 OFF on Service Call
Allied AC & Heating Corp., Palatine
Not valid with any other offers.
$100 OFF a New Furnace or Air Conditioner
Allied AC & Heating Corp., Palatine • Not valid with any other offers.
847-934-6700
• Mail Box • Fax • Copy • Boxes • Packaging • Laminating Services
• Gift Wrapping • Notary Public and Much More
DAILEY ELECTRIC CO., INC.
FAST - FRIENDLY - AFFORDABLE - EMERGENCY SERVICE
RESIDENTIAL-COMMERCIAL
(847) 359-9789
Jim Dailey — 3701 Berdnick-Unit C
CENTRAL PLUMBING
COMPANY, INC.
Since 1980
4 Generations of Plumbers
Repairs & Remodeling - Water Heaters
Disposals - Sump Pumps - Rodding
10% PARISHIONER DISCOUNT
RAYMOND LA VIGNE, DDS
Dental Care for the Entire Family
WE
Evening & Saturday Hours
637 First Bank Dr., Palatine
CARE
847-359-1292
A LOT (At Hicks & N.W. Hwy.)
847-705-9054
TALK
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G. D. DECORATING
Painting
Interior/Exterior
• Wood Finishing
• Paper Removal & Hanging
• Wood Staining
• Drywall Repairs
• Water Damage/Repairs
• Deck Cleaning & Staining
847-303-1413
FULLY INSURED
JANINE VAINISI
LIC. # 055-012918
ASK FOR THE PARISH DISCOUNT!
ADDITIONAL DISCOUNT FOR SENIOR CITIZENS
55 YEARS OR OLDER!
PROTECTING SENIORS
NATIONWIDE
PUSH
Parishioner
George Darby, Parishioner
Tom Ryan ~ Kevin Ryan
IL. LIC # PL16019
847-815-5040
Ron Kolze
847-359-4500
500 E. Northwest Hwy., Palatine
Free Estimates • Insured
No Job Too Small!
REALTOR®, ABR
Keller Williams Success
847-609-9578
www.HomesByJanineV.com
CARPET & FURNITURE
CLEANING SPECIALISTS
Parishioners Discount
10% Off With Ad
24/7 HELP
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At Koziol-Thoms Eye Associates, we are
committed to providing through, skillful eye
care with courtesy, gentleness and respect
for our patients. While we specialize in LASIK
and cataract surgery, we also provide
general eye care, including treatment of eye
diseases, such as glaucoma and macular
degeneration. Our optometrists are available
for eyeglass and contact lens fittings, and
school eye exams. Optical Shop on premises.
$19.95*/Mo. + 1 FREE MONTH
➢ No Long-Term Contracts
➢ Price Guarantee
➢ American Made
TOLL FREE:
1-877-801-8608
(847) 426-1900
R. BONO & SONS
JNL CLIMATE CONTROL, INC.
Heating & Air Conditioning
847-358-2251
John Beening
Parishioner
$35 Off Service Call
(1 hr. min. not valid on clean & check special)
Sheila Goyal, M.D.
Nicole Kosciuk, O.D.
*First Three Months
www.jnlclimatecontrol.com
Comprehensive & Cosmetic Dental Care
Michael A. Lovda, D.D.S., Ltd. & Associates
www.drlovda.com
1644 W. Algonquin Rd. • Hoffman Estates
(847) 991-0790
Emergencies
Seen Promptly
009247 Holy Family Church (B)
24 Hour
Answering Service
1605 Colonial Parkway Inverness, IL 60067
847.907.9600
Securities and Advisory Services offered through LPL Financial,
a Registered Investment Advisor. Member FINRA/SIPC
www.jspaluch.com
For Ads: J.S. Paluch Co., Inc. 1-800-566-6170
Law Offices
Robert J. Ross
of
Robert J. Ross, Parishioner,
- Wills & Trusts 30 Years Experience
- Business Law www.RobertJRoss.com
(847) 358-5757
Office in Inverness
“Chores By Chip” RAZORBACK STUMP REMOVAL
HANDYMAN SERVICE
Quality Workmanship
ELECTRICAL • FAUCET REPAIR • CARPENTRY
QUALITY WORKMANSHIP
847-344-9524
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OVER 45 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE
FAMILY OWNED AND OPERATED
Our 2nd Century
of Service
Family Owned & Operated by
FACILITIES ALL ON ONE LEVEL — CREMATION SERVICES
MICHAEL HARRY MINTON
Parishioner
Leadership in Family Law • Exceptional Trial Advocacy
Family Matters...Matter to Us
“Realize An Accomplishment”
In The Dissolution Process
Achieving Emotional & Economic Security
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The Ahlgrim Family
William Haberichter • Melissa Nelson • Matthew Haberichter • Directors
3615 Kirchoff Road • Rolling Meadows
Funeral Home
847-253-0224
National Trial Lawyers Top 100 - 2014
Legal Network Top Lawyer in Illinois - 2014
Chicago’s Top Rated Lawyers - 2014
AV Highest Peer Review Rating for Legal
Ability & Ethical Standards - 25 Yrs.
THE MINTON FIRM
1051 Perimeter Drive, Suite 400 • Schaumburg, IL 60173
847-874-7278 • www.mintonlawfirm.com
FRANK’S CHICAGO
SHRIMP
Est. 1982
3071 N. Barrington Rd.
847-765-1601
Douglas R. Ahlgrim
Owner & Director
JOHN C. VOJTA
ATTORNEY AT LAW
119 N. Northwest Hwy.
PALATINE, IL 60067
847-963-0099
10% OFF
CONTESTED FAMILY LAW &
CUSTODY LITIGATION
WHEN YOU MENTION AD
(Parishioner)
Lake Zurich
415 S. Buesching Road
847-540-8871
Palatine
201 N. Northwest Hwy.
847-358-7411
www.ahlgrimffs.com
A HOMECARE SERVICE LLC
Providing Superior Home Care
CNA • Companionship • Medication Reminder
Personal Care • Meal Preparation • Housekeeping
847-800-7000 or 847-877-4949
Contact: Gina Eagler or
Christopher Haering
PROBATE RESEARCH
MISSING/UNKNOWN HEIRS
LOCATED
847-645-9500
Domestic & International Services for:
Courts, Lawyers, Trust Officers,
Administrators, Executors
From every season, to every reason...Life Celebrations,
Dr. Richard M. Mruz, MD
cultural events, trainings, ceremonies, retreats,
PARISHIONER
Member of American College of Pro-Life Obstetrician
seminars, trade shows
Gynecologist
Enhancing your special occasion
ALEXIAN BROTHERS MEDICAL CENTER
4800 Hoffman Blvd, Hoffman Estates, IL
364-0040
810 Biesterfield Rd., Ste. 102, Elk Grove Village
We help seniors stay home safely.
• Housekeeping
• Errands & Meals
• Personal Care
Inc.
Door Closers • Safes • Sales & Service
Commercial • Residential • Industrial
Locksmith Services Since 1963
339 W. Northwest Hwy., Palatine, IL 60067
847-359-0557
EDWARD HENNING BONDED & INSURED ROBERT HENNING
Il. Lic# 0192-000118
www.henningbros.com
Laurie Harris, parishioner
847-519-3600
www.landexresearch.com
Call Today (847) 690-9825
• Medication Reminders
• Companionship
• Dementia Care
TAE KWON DO
2 WEEKS TRIAL
Little Tigers, ages 4-6 • Child 7-12 • Teen/Adult 13-up
Family classes offer a great way to spend quality time together
1465 Palatine Rd, Hoffman Estates (next to Jewel/Osco)
847.776.0077 • www.tigerkoosma.com
$39.00
includes
FREE UNIFORM
To Give, To Love, To Serve.
We specialize in pregnancy care,
pediatric care, athletes, and families
SHINGLES • WOOD SHAKES
FLAT ROOFING • GUTTERS
HAIL DAMAGE SPECIALISTS
847.277.2990
777 LAKE ZURICH RD, STE. 105
BARRINGTON, IL 60010
www.mybarringtonchiropractor.com
CALL US TODAY! 847.797.0404
IL License #104-009220
Inc.
HOME IMPROVEMENT & REMODELING
Kitchens • Bath • Additions • Basements
Interior & Exterior Renovations
Family Owned and Operated Since 1987
847-202-9496
CELL 847-417-1278
[email protected]
Parishioner - Veteran
SENIOR DISCOUNTS AVAILABLE! NO JOB TOO SMALL
Mike Halm
847-877-4849
[email protected]
Phoenix Computer Repair
Is your computer in need of service? Don’t buy another!
We can restore your computer to “like new” condition
The security and privacy experts
We come to you
Call 708-601-9698
009247 Holy Family Church (A)
Palatine
Arlington Heights
Free Loaf of
Joe Caputo French Bread
with Any Purchase HF
www.jspaluch.com
For Ads: J.S. Paluch Co., Inc. 1-800-566-6170
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