1 SAINT FABIAN CATHOLIC COMMUNITY Our Mission is to be a Reflective and Active Presence of Jesus Christ in the Community. We are called by God as the Baptized Community of Saint Fabian to Embody the Risen Christ we Experience as Savior, Teacher, Healer, Peacemaker, Compassionate Lover Embracer of all Cultures and Ages, Celebrator, Comforter, Servant, Host, Entrance and Guide United in faith as Daughters and Sons, we live and celebrate God s Presence
2 PAGE 2 PENTECOST SUNDAY MAY 24, 2015 HAPPY SOLEMNITY OF PENTECOST! (the 50 th day after Easter and the official end of the Easter season) This is the day to celebrate, not only our differences, but especially our unity in the Holy Spirit. God has touched each of us in a most special way and filled us with the gift of the Spirit. Filled with this Spirit, we begin to realize that we, all of us, are a gift, a special gift of God to our world, and we are given the grace we need to share those gifts as we minister to each other. This is a day to celebrate what we have in common and then to celebrate our differences, the unique person each one of us is. As we read in 1 Corinthians, Chapter 12: There are different gifts, but the same Spirit. Some of us are organizers; others are dreamers; still others are listeners; and there are many followers. But we are all filled with the same Spirit. There are different ministries, but the same Lord. Not all of us are preachers. Some of us are readers; some are musicians and singers; some prepare the sanctuary for the celebration of the Mass; still others are gift bearers; some join in prayer. Whatever ministry we are called to share, we all serve the same Lord, Jesus Christ, and we all breathe the same Spirit. There are different works, but the same God who accomplishes all of them in everyone. Some people cook; some clean; some sew; some garden; some are comfortable with computers and some are not. All the work we do, whatever it may be, is inspired by the same Holy Spirit who fires us with the energy and grace we need to accomplish our work. On this Solemnity of Pentecost, the finale of the Easter season, filled with the Spirit of God, may we recognize our unity, our differences, our strengths, our gifts, as we continue to work together for the good of our parish community and the larger community as well. Each of us has something MUCH to contribute for the good of all! ********** After last Saturday s Senior Moment at the 5:00 P.M. Mass, this came: Brains of older people are slow because they know so much. People do not decline mentally with age. Scientists say it just takes them longer to recall facts because they have more information in their brains. Much like a computer struggles as the hard drive gets full, so, too, do humans take longer to access information when their brains are full. To put it another way, the brains of older people do not get weak they just know more. Also, older people often go to another room to get something and when they get there, they stand there, wondering what they came for. They go back to where they started and remember what they wanted. This is not a memory problem it is nature s way of making older people do more exercise. Send this message to your friends if you can remember who they are! ********** SAVE THE DATES June 3-7 FAMILY FEST AND CARNIVAL********** June 28 PARISH PICNIC Why not use some of your Spirit-filled gifts to VOLUNTEER to make these events a great success!!! ********** Happy 42 nd Anniversary of Priestly Ordination May 27 Father Jan Bukowski
3 PAGE 3 PENTECOST SUNDAY MAY 24, 2015 READINGS FOR THIS WEEKEND FIRST READING: ACTS OF THE APOSTLES 2:1-11 When the time for Pentecost was fulfilled, they were all in one place together. And suddenly there came from the sky a noise like a strong driving wind, and it filled the entire house in which they were. Then there appeared to them tongues as of fire, which parted and came to rest on each one of them. And they were all filled with the Holy Spirit and began to speak in different tongues, as the Spirit enabled them to proclaim. Now there were devout Jews from every nation under heaven staying in Jerusalem. At this sound, they gathered in a large crowd, but they were confused because each one heard them speaking in his own language. They were astounded, and in amazement they asked, Are not all these people who are speaking Galileans? Then how does each of us hear them in his native language? We are Parthians, Medes, and Elamites, inhabitants of Mesopotamia, Judea and Cappadocia, Pontus and Asia, Phrygia and Pamphylia, Egypt and the districts of Libya near Cyrene, as well as travelers from Rome, both Jews and converts to Judaism, Cretans and Arabs, yet we hear them speaking in our own tongues of the mighty acts of God. SECOND READING: 1 CORINTHIANS 12:3B-7, Brothers and sisters: No one can say, Jesus is Lord, except by the Holy Spirit. There are different kinds of spiritual gifts but the same Spirit; there are different forms of service but the same Lord; there are different workings but the same God who produces all of them in everyone. To each individual the manifestation of the Spirit is given for some benefit. As a body is one though it has many parts, and all the parts of the body, though many, are one body, so also Christ. For in one Spirit we were all baptized into one body, whether Jews or Greeks, slaves or free persons, and we were all given to drink of one Spirit. GOSPEL: JOHN 20:19-23 On the evening of that first day of the week, when the doors were locked, where the disciples were, for fear of the Jews, Jesus came and stood in their midst and said to them, Peace be with you. When he had said this, he showed them his hands and his side. The disciples rejoiced when they saw the Lord. Jesus said to them again, Peace be with you. As the Father has sent me, so I send you. And when he had said this, he breathed on them and said to them, Receive the Holy Spirit. Whose sins you forgive are forgiven them, and whose sins you retain are retained.
4 PAGE 4 PENTECOST SUNDAY MAY 24, 2015 ADORATION of the BLESSED SACRAMENT The Adoration Chapel will be closed this Monday, May 25th for the Memorial Day Holiday. We wish each and everyone a very safe and enjoyable holiday. May we always remember what Memorial Day is all about. We have Freedom in so many areas of our lives, because of our ARMED FORCES. Our country is FREE because of what they did for us, and still are doing! GOD BLESS TREASURES FROM OUR TRADITION Marriage is ideally a parish event today, but in the first three centuries of the church s history, it was a household celebration guided by civil law and pagan customs. Changes happened quickly after the Peace of Constantine in 312, and the fresh air after long persecution brought some creativity. The speech that the father of the groom s family gave before dinner or the veiling or crowning of the bride (or even the spouse s arrival at the honeymoon suite) attracted a prayer of blessing. With amazing rapidity, worship was propelled out of the intimate setting of house churches to large public gathering spaces, and some parts of the marriage ceremony began to migrate with the growing community to the new spaces. In Rome, the veiling of the bride with the customary daily headgear of a married woman became the central liturgical act, accompanied by a biblical prayer for her integrity and fruitfulness. There were no vows as such (just as there are no vows to this day in the Orthodox marriage rite). In the liturgy, after hearing John s Gospel account of the wedding at Cana, the bride was veiled and blessed, and the priest gave the kiss of peace to the husband, who then gave it to his bride. The liturgy of Rome traveled far, and everywhere it went, marriage became a church celebration. Rev. James Field, Copyright J. S. Paluch Co. READINGS FOR THE WEEK Monday: Sir 17:20-24; Ps 32:1-2, 5-7; Mk 10:17-27 Tuesday: Sir 35:1-12; Ps 50:5-8, 14, 23; Mk 10:28-31 Wednesday: Sir 36:1, 4-5a, 10-17; Ps 79:8, 9, 11, 13; Mk 10:32-45 Thursday: Sir 42:15-25; Ps 33:2-9; Mk 10:46-52 Friday: Sir 44:1, 9-13; Ps 149:1b-6a, 9b; Mk 11:11-26 Saturday: Sir 51:12cd-20; Ps 19:8-11; Mk 11:27-33 Sunday: Dt 4:32-34, 39-40; Ps 33:4-6, 9, 18-20, 22; Rom 8:14-17; Mt 28:16-20 There are different kinds of spiritual gifts but the same Spirit. 1 Corinthians 12:4
5 PAGE 5 PENTECOST SUNDAY MAY 24, 2015 J esus said to him, What do you want me to do for you? The blind man replied, Master, I want to see. Jesus told him, Go your way; your faith has saved you. ~Mark 10 Eighth Week of Ordinary Time Sunday is the great feast of Pentecost - the birthday of the Church. The formerly frightened Apostles are on fire. Now they can speak clearly, so everyone can understand them. Jesus gives his peace to his disciples and breathes his Spirit upon them, giving them the mission to forgive and sending them to carry out his desire that we all be one. Lord, send out your Spirit, and renew the face of the earth. The return to Ordinary Time doesn't mean we forget about the good news of the Resurrection or the gift of the Spirit Jesus promised us. It simply means that we return to a season of reflecting upon the scriptures with numbers (ordinal) until Advent begins on November 29. Tuesday is the Memorial of Saint Philip Neri, Priest. The first readings this week are from Sirach, with their beautiful seeking of Wisdom. During the week, Mark's Gospel offers us stories about sacrificing part of ourselves. We hear of the Rich Young Man: Go, sell what you have, and give to the poor and you will have treasure in heaven; then come, follow me. At that statement, his face fell, and he went away sad, for he had many possessions. Peter tells Jesus, We have given up everything and followed you. Jesus responds, there is no one who has given up house or brothers or sisters or mother or father or children or lands for my sake and for the sake of the Gospel who will not receive a hundred times more. When the disciples squabble over who will sit in glory with Jesus, he tells them, the Son of Man did not come to be served but to serve and to give his life as a ransom for many. Bartimaeus, a blind man recognizes Jesus as Son of David, is healed and follows Jesus. As Jesus turns over the sellers' tables in the temple, the religious authorities look for a way to put him to death. When they try to entrap him with their questions, Jesus asks them about John the Baptist's baptism. They refuse to answer and Jesus says, Neither shall I tell you by what authority I do these things. Next week is Trinity Sunday which always follows Pentecost. It celebrates the un-knowable relationship between the Father, Son and the Holy Spirit - and their loving support for us in our lives. I have much more to tell you, but you cannot bear it now. But when he comes, the Spirit of truth, he will guide you to all truth. Taken from the "Weekly Guide for Daily Prayer" on the Creighton University's Online Ministries web site: Used with permission. Daily Prayer This Week: This week we can find a lot of encouragement in the Pentecost readings. The disciples, this most human group of Jesus' followers, have opened their hearts to the Holy Spirit and found new courage. They shed their fears and boldly began doing what they longed to do - spread the good news. We, too, can find that courage in our lives. The same joyous strength that opened their hearts can touch ours in ways we can hardly imagine. We only have to ask! As we go through our week, in the smallest moments of the day, we can beg God for the strength of the Holy Spirit in our lives. As we awaken in the morning, sort laundry or do the dishes, we can change our attitudes toward these chores and see them as sacred moments of invitation from the God who loves us with such fire and compassion. Dear Lord, you know how filled I am with fears. Let each moment of anxiety today be a reminder to open my life, my heart and my soul to the love and courage you offer me. I know that if only I could trust in you more, it would change my life. "He went away sad, for he had many possessions!" Let me turn these apprehensions over to you. I beg you to give me the wisdom and strength I need to trust more and to fear less. Teach me that it's OK to stop clinging to the fears I have known for so long and that I can embrace the freedom you offer me. Let me be less fear-ful and more generous. We can find the courage to proclaim the good news as the disciples did at Pentecost, simply by asking God for that strength and then living as if we received it. It is not about the amount of time, but about an awareness of God's presence in our lives. Believing and trusting in that love and grace, we can find the humility to say, "I'm sorry" to someone we have hurt. We can take a moment to write a note or an telling a suffering friend we are praying for them. And all day long, as we run our errands or sit at our desks, we can take a moment to say "Thank you" to the God on whom we have such an utter dependence and who loves us with such abandon.
6 PAGE 6 PENTECOST SUNDAY MAY 24, 2015 St. Fabian Knights of Columbus invites everyone to come and pray the Rosary on Wednesday - May 27th at 7:00 p.m. in the Chapel The Society of St. Vincent de Paul depends on your donations to keep our Food Pantry stocked throughout the year. Our Pantry is in need of non-perishable food items. Some ideas: canned vegetables, beans, potatoes, stuffing mixes, rice, peanut butter & jelly, canned fruit, pasta, pasta sauce, soups, etc. We ask you to continue to share your abundance with those who are less fortunate. Thank you for your generous support in the past, and please keep our ministry in your prayers. The day begins before the park opens, with Mass at 10:00 a.m. Our new Vicar General, Very Rev. Ronald Hicks, will be the celebrant. Reduced tickets at $35 per person and special prices for food. Order tickets online at GreatAmerica. Click on Enter Promo Code located at the top of the page on the far right side and enter: CATHOLIC. Please RSVP for Mass at For questions about Catholic Family Day, call St. Fabian Women s Club is pleased to announce the recipients of The Barbara Miarka Scholarship: James Dimer Elizabeth Poynton They received their $500 scholarship awards honoring their academic and Parish achievements at the May 21st Women s Club Meeting.
7 PAGE 7 PENTECOST SUNDAY MAY 24, 2015 St. Fabian Carnival Wednesday June 3rd - Sunday June 7 th, rd & Oketo, Bridgeview, IL For info visit FOOD/ GAMES/ RIDES/ PRIZES/ PULL TABS/ BUSINESS EXPO & BINGO Unlimited Rides Wednesday & Thursday 6pm 10 pm, Saturday & Sunday 1pm 5 pm. For discount Wristband vouchers, please visit our website by June 2nd at and follow the link. New this year Friday night special, unlimited ride wristband for $25 which can be purchased at the ticket booth. Bingo All 5 Days!!! 6:00pm - 9:30pm Last Game of the night is a COVER ALL! Carnival Hours Wednesday & Thursday 6pm-10pm Friday 6pm-11pm - Saturday 1pm-11pm Sunday 1pm-9pm Raffle prizes $10,000.00, $3,000.00, & $1, Plus, buy 6 tickets and you receive one incentive ticket for a special $1, prize! Tom Graham Irene & Gary Senjamin
8 PAGE 8 PENTECOST SUNDAY MAY 24, 2015 Mulcahy The Parish Offices are closed On Monday, May 25, 2015 In honor of Memorial Day
9 PAGE 9 PENTECOST SUNDAY MAY 24, 2015
10 PAGE 10 PENTECOST SUNDAY MAY 24, 2015 Weekly Collection July 1, June 30, 2015 Weekly Goal: $9, May 17, 2015 $ 9, Year-to-date Deficit: $ 14, PRAY FOR OUR FRIENDS AND RELATIVES IN THE MILITARY Jonathon Aguirre, Kenneth W. Annel, Junior Browren, Anthony Gonzalez, Maria Gross, Troy Gryga, Joseph Klaus, Michelle Klaus, Christopher Koutsis, Wayne G. Lewen, Jr., David Malinowski, Kevin McEnaney, Ryan McHeffy, Michael Michalek, Mike Snee, Anthony Spear, Richard Stone, Luke Tatar, Christopher Thomas, Melanie Thomas, Steve Williams, Joel Winter, Robert Wnek LORD, HOLD OUR TROOPS IN YOUR LOVING HANDS. PROTECT THEM AS THEY PROTECT US. BLESS THEM FOR THE SELFLESS ACTS THEY PERFORM FOR US. AMEN Deacon Charlie s Corner Hi! I hope all is well with everyone this week. I wish all of you a very safe & peaceful Memorial Day weekend. This is the weekend we need to call to mind all who have fought for our country, both living and deceased. May we never forget all the lives that were taken to keep this beautiful country free and for all those who are currently fighting to assure the freedoms we have here. As a nation we are so blessed, let us keep our country in prayer, always ~ GOD BLESS AMERICA now and forever more! Today is Pentecost Sunday, which has been called the Birthday of the Church. It is the day the Spirit was given to the disciples, thus they were born in the Spirit. A very special day in Christianity. The peace of the Spirit is with us always, it s up to us to keep it active and well. In our Gospel from John this week, Jesus gives the power to His disciples to forgive sin. (Now that is powerful!) We should always hold our priests up in prayer for the gift they have received from Jesus to forgive sins. I personally thank God for all our priests, may they be true to their vocation and never stop trusting in the Lord Jesus. He is the Alpha and Omega, the Beginning and the End. I don t think we realize the pressure a priest can be under hearing everyone s sins. Could we handle something like that, especially in serious matters? Thank You Lord for our priests Walk with King Jesus and be a blessing, Deacon Charlie Prayer for the week: Dear Lord, Help me to remember that You are the one who causes the seed of faith to grow. We give our loved ones into Your care, knowing that the end of the story has not yet been written. Thought for the week: God s faithfulness extends to all generations.
11 PAGE 11 PENTECOST SUNDAY MAY 24, 2015 SACRAMENTAL SCHEDULE SUNDAY EUCHARIST: [English] 8:00, 9:30, 11:00 AM (Saturday 5:00 PM) [Polish] 6:30 AM, 12:45 & 7:00 PM DAILY EUCHARIST: 9:00 AM (Monday - Friday) HOLY DAY EUCHARIST: Scheduled prior to the holy day. RECONCILIATION: Saturday: 4:00 4:45 PM MARRIAGE: Call the Parish Office 6 months in advance. BAPTISM: English - 1st Sunday at 3p.m.; Polish - 2nd & 4th Sunday at 12:45 Mass. No Exceptions. Call the Parish Office to schedule. Parents must attend preparation session. ANOINTING: Call the Parish Office when serious illness occurs :00 PM 6:30 AM 8:00 AM 9:30 AM 11:00 AM 12:45 PM 7:00 PM Lector 1 A. DuPraw E. Jedynasty J. Tipperreiter A. Brennan D. Pospishil A. Swietoslawski J. Stafiera Lector 2 D. Kazelas R. Purwin R. Kavales V. Bosworth V. Vogel J. Mateja F. Mrozek M. Klukoszowski Host 1 A. Hallman E. Jedynasty M. Guerrero J. Latona J. DeLara H. Rusnak Z. Komperda Host 1A E. Kazelas M. Bobek P. Zielinski A. Cortes A. Swietoslawski J. Stafiera Host 3 J. Dokey J. Macias F. Polansky J. Frydrychowski K. Tylka Host 4 I. Kaminski L. Guerrero P. Swiatkowski L. Peters Wine 1 J. Schultz I. Lewis M. Kjer C. Golesz Wine 1A F. Lojas L. Barnes A. Cortes Wine 2 B. Lojas K. Surwillo Deacon Ron S. Huskey Wine 3 E. Nathan B. Lewis D. Moriarty Z. Pash Wine 4 D. Fierke K. Koukola M. Fonseca R. Harding MASS INTENTIONS FOR THE WEEK REMEMBER THE SICK OF OUR PARISH IN YOUR PRAYERS Sunday, May 24, :30 AM Edward Kolendo, Edward Dlugopolski, Joseph Obrochta, Stanislaw Styrczula, Anna Juchas, Olimpia I Boleslaw Zawadzke, Wojciech Bobek, Wladyslaw Toczek, Janusz Foks 8:00 AM Clara Modjewski, Joseph Poremba, Virgilio Vallaria, Jr. (Birthday Blessings), Cecilia Marcelo (Birthday Blessings) 9:30 AM Vincent Bibly, Aunt Minnie Robinia, People of The Parish, Frank & Chrissy Galina and Family (Health & Blessings) 11:00 AM Albert Flakus, Christy Morgan, Nicole Petrusa, Ryan Osowski, Maria Drzazga 12:45 PM Richard Grodz, Agnieszka Jacyniewicz, Wladyslawa Lipska, Tadeusz i Wladyslaw Lipski, Stanislaw Sieczka and Sieczka Family, Henryka i Edward Niewiaraska, Jozef Jankowicz, Jan i Anna Hubiak i Stanislaw Janik 7:00 PM Robert Janik, Wlodzimierz Baran, Oliwia Kurandy (4th Birthday Blessings), Anna & Marcinek (Birthday Blessings), Jan Galik Monday, May 25, :00 AM Deceased Parishioners and Their Families Tuesday, May 26, :00 AM Barbara Miarka Wednesday, May 27, :00 AM Don Beliveau Thursday, May 28, :00 AM Bobbie Mendoza Friday, May 29, :00 AM Michael Meade Saturday, May 30, :00 PM Phil Dedic, Stella Studnicka, Gladys Seastrom, For the Deceased Members of the Palko Family, Pazin Family Blessings Sunday, May 31, :30 AM Maria i Franciszek Lesnicki, Edward Dlugopolski, Joseph Obrochta, Stanislaw Styrczula, Ragina Ciereszko, Anna, Zdzislaw i Jozefa Oberszkalski, Oberszkalski, Ciereszko i Skrobiranda Families, Kazimierz i Mildread Oberszkalski 8:00 AM Clara Modjewski, Joe Poremba, People of The Parish 9:30 AM Walter J. Magda, Stephen & Catherine Stiak, Craig Harris, Helena Wiszowaty, Franciszek Rabianski 11:00 AM Rich Masson, Krystyna Szulc, Maria Drzazga, Jose Torres, Jennifer Yanez, Emily Cieslak (Birthday Blessings), William Kowalczyk, Stanislaw Para 12:45 PM Richard Grodz, Jozef Lisak, Stanislaw Sieczka, Jan, Maria, Stanislaw i Kazimierz Plewa, Andrzej, Zofia, Jozef Jankowicz, Bronislawa Ciszek (Health & Blessings), Teresa Skowronski, Janina i Cyprian Kolatek 7:00 PM Maria Bugajska, Jozef (Health) Robert Janik, Maria i Franciszek Lesnicki, Helena Lesnicka, Eugene Captak, Andrzej Bachleda-Kubanski, Wladyslaw Mrugala Luz Acevado Joseph Aniol Betty Armstrong Lee Ascensio Katie Aston Bud, Theresa & Christina Baldwin David Bender Clarence Bibly Cathy Bice Joe Bizub Rachelle Bowers Violet Bradley Isabel Bujnowski Marilyn Buttny Lynn Callahan Baby Cole Cargol Genevieve Catalano Lucille Cavallone John Citiora Sam Clanton Rita Conetzkey Mary Jane Crowhurst Marlene Curran D Agostino Family Mary Daniels Avery DiBow Carmen Di Miele Cathy Duska Mary Anne Dyer David & Robert Dziedzic Joyce Dziedzic Carol Estes Julian & Maria Filas Nicholas Fillion Carol Fiore Philip Fowler Michael Fox Karen Fulton Patricia Gardner Gilbert Garza Agnes Geary Eric Gefvert Karen Gimza Karen Gleasner Joanna Glow Jose Gomez Irene Graff Nancy Granato Frank Grodz Pat Guglielmo Marissa Guzzy Randall Harding Rusty Harding Karen & Michael Herbert Jay Higginson Rachel & Thomas Hernandez Bob Horstmann Stephanie Huskey Marilyn Jaborski-Borowy Walter Jachec Denise & Richard Jandura Eugene F. Janus Donna Jasutis Elmer Javier Gladys Jaworski Patricia Kalata Denis Kazelas Nora Kazmierczak Stanislaw Kij Roman Klepczarek Daniel Kobylarczyk Bernadine Kolodziejczak Velta Kopacek June Krzyston George Kulpa Joseph Lubas Bill & Whitney Luke Eileen & Michael McMillan Graeniel Lance Manuel Sr. Hilda Marquez Maria C. Martinez Selva Martinez Jack Maruszak Grace Medina John Methven David Michaels Stacey Misicka Ido Moisan Susan Morris Aurora Murillo Ron Mystek Paola Navarrete Zofia Niemyjski Linda Norcutt Carmella Smiley - Norvell Danuta Nowak Marge Odenhanl Margareta Odeknal Mary Olszewski Linda Panos Virginia Petri Dolores Polkow Marie & Richard Pollak Ken Porter Rosalie Poynton Joseph Purpura Iracema Galvani Quinete Meg A. Radcliff Cyn Rajewski Ramond Rafael Adam Raj Mary Margaret Riccio Irena Rolak Linda Saathoff Baby Isabelle Salihar Florian Scehura Bonnie Scepkowski John & Justin Sewers Michael Patrick Shilney Stanley Siemiawski Alfred Skrobot Helen Slomiany Albina Soltys Vivian Spanczak Lillian Stricker Carl Strupeck Joseph Studnicki Krystyna Szulc Lillian Szurek Mary Tadda Julie Teninty Elsie Urbaniak Maci Villareal Sam Volpe Denise Warda George Wasinski David Weaver Iza Weisenritter Adam Westburg Melanie Williams Eileen & Robert Wilson Jerome Zaccaro Helena Zeglin Tom Zielinski Rachel & Tommy Zimmer
12 PAGE 12 PENTECOST SUNDAY MAY 24, 2015 CZYTANIA NA NIEDZIELÊ PIERWSZE CZYTANIE Dz 2,1 11 Wszyscy zostali nape³nieni Duchem Œwiêtym Czytanie z Dziejów Apostolskich Kiedy nadszed³ dzieñ Piêædziesi¹tnicy, znajdowali siê wszyscy razem na tym samym miejscu. Nagle spad³ z nieba szum, jakby uderzenie gwa³townego wiatru, i nape³ni³ ca³y dom, w którym przebywali. Ukaza³y siê im te jêzyki jakby z ognia, które siê rozdzieli³y, i na ka dym z nich spocz¹³ jeden. I wszyscy zostali nape³nieni Duchem Œwiêtym, i zaczêli mówiæ obcymi jêzykami, tak jak im Duch pozwala³ mówiæ. Przebywali wtedy w Jerozolimie pobo ni ydzi ze wszystkich narodów pod s³oñcem. Kiedy wiêc powsta³ ów szum, zbiegli siê t³umnie i zdumieli, bo ka dy s³ysza³, jak przemawiali w jego w³asnym jêzyku. Pe³ni zdumienia i podziwu mówili: Czy ci wszyscy, którzy przemawiaj¹, nie s¹ Galilejczykami? Jak e wiêc ka dy z nas s³yszy swój w³asny jêzyk ojczysty? Partowie i Medowie, i Elamici, i mieszkañcy Mezopotamii, Judei oraz Kapadocji, Pontu i Azji, Frygii oraz Pamfilii, Egiptu i tych czêœci Libii, które le ¹ blisko Cyreny, i przybysze z Rzymu, ydzi oraz prozelici, Kreteñczycy i Arabowie s³yszymy ich g³osz¹cych w naszych jêzykach wielkie dzie³a Bo e. Oto S³owo Bo e. PSALM RESPONSORYJNY: Ps 104, 1ab i 24ac.29bc i 34 Niech zst¹pi Duch Twój i odnowi ziemiê. B³ogos³aw, duszo moja, Pana, o Bo e mój, Panie, Ty jesteœ bardzo wielki. Jak liczne s¹ dzie³a Twoje, Panie, ziemia jest pe³na Twych stworzeñ. Gdy odbierasz im oddech, marniej¹ i w proch siê obracaj¹. Stwarzasz je, nape³niaj¹c swym duchem i odnawiasz oblicze ziemi. Niech chwa³a Pana trwa na wieki, niech Pan siê raduje z dzie³ swoich, Niech mi³a Mu bêdzie pieœñ moja, bêdê radowa³ siê w Panu. Niech zst¹pi Duch Twój i odnowi ziemiê. DRUGIE CZYTANIE 1 Kor 12,3b Duch Œwiêty Ÿród³em jednoœci chrzeœcijan Czytanie z Pierwszego Listu œwiêtego Paw³a Aposto³a do Koryntian Bracia: Nikt nie mo e powiedzieæ bez pomocy Ducha Œwiêtego: Panem jest Jezus. Ró ne s¹ dary ³aski, lecz ten sam Duch; ró ne te s¹ rodzaje pos³ugiwania, ale jeden Pan; ró ne s¹ wreszcie dzia³ania, lecz ten sam Bóg, sprawca wszystkiego we wszystkich. Wszystkim zaœ objawia siê Duch dla wspólnego dobra. Podobnie jak jedno jest cia³o, choæ sk³ada siê z wielu cz³onków, a wszystkie cz³onki cia³a, mimo i s¹ liczne, stanowi¹ jedno cia³o, tak te jest i z Chrystusem. Wszyscyœmy bowiem w jednym Duchu zostali ochrzczeni, aby stanowiæ jedno cia³o: czy to ydzi, czy Grecy, czy to niewolnicy, czy wolni. Wszyscyœmy te zostali napojeni jednym Duchem. Oto S³owo Bo e. SEKWENCJA: Przyb¹dŸ, Duchu Œwiêty, Zeœlij z nieba wziêty Œwiat³a Twego strumieñ. PrzyjdŸ, Ojcze ubogich, PrzyjdŸ, Dawco ³ask drogich, PrzyjdŸ, Œwiat³oœci sumieñ. O, najmilszy z goœci, S³odka serc radoœci, S³odkie orzeÿwienie. W pracy Tyœ och³od¹, W skwarze yw¹ wod¹, W p³aczu utulenie. Œwiat³oœci najœwiêtsza, Serc wierz¹cych wnêtrza Poddaj Twej potêdze. Bez Twojego tchnienia, Có jest wœród stworzenia? Jeno cierñ i nêdze. Obmyj, co nieœwiête, Osch³ym wlej zachêtê, Ulecz serca ranê. Nagnij, co jest harde, Rozgrzej serca twarde, ProwadŸ zab³¹kane. Daj Twoim wierz¹cym, W Tobie ufaj¹cym, Siedmiorakie dary. Daj zas³ugê mêstwa, Daj wieniec zwyciêstwa, Daj szczêœcie bez miary. ŒPIEW PRZED EWANGELI : Alleluja, Alleluja, Alleluja PrzyjdŸ, Duchu Œwiêty, nape³nij serca swoich wiernych i zapal w nich ogieñ swojej mi³oœci. Alleluja, Alleluja, Alleluja EWANGELIA J 20,19 23 Jezus daje Ducha Œwiêtego S³owa Ewangelii wed³ug œwiêtego Jana Wieczorem w dniu zmartwychwstania, tam gdzie przebywali uczniowie, drzwi by³y zamkniête z obawy przed ydami. Przyszed³ Jezus, stan¹³ poœrodku, i rzek³ do nich: Pokój wam!. A to powiedziawszy, pokaza³ im rêce i bok. Uradowali siê zatem uczniowie, ujrzawszy Pana. A Jezus znowu rzeki do nich: Pokój wam! Jak Ojciec Mnie pos³a³, tak i Ja was posy³am. Po tych s³owach tchn¹³ na nich i powiedzia³ im: WeŸmijcie Ducha Œwiêtego. Którym odpuœcicie grzechy, s¹ im odpuszczone, a którym zatrzymacie, s¹ im zatrzymane. Oto s³owo Pañskie.
13 PAGE 13 PENTECOST SUNDAY MAY 24, 2015 INFORMACJE DOTYCZ CE DUSZPASTERSTWA W JÊZYKU POLSKIM ORAZ GODZINY URZÊDOWANIA W BIURZE PARAFIALNYM W ci¹gu ca³ego roku porz¹dek Mszy œw. w niedziele w jêzyku polskim jest nastêpuj¹cy: 6:30 AM, 12:45 PM i 7:00 PM Biuro Parafialne Czynne Poniedzia³ek - Pi¹tek 9:00 rano - 9:00 wieczorem (przerwa na lunch) Sobota - Niedziela 9:00 rano - 2:00 po po³udniu W Pierwszy Pi¹tek miesi¹ca: Msza œwiêta z nabo eñstwem I-pi¹tkowym o godz. 7:00 PM Chrzty œw. w jêzyku polskim odbywaj¹ siê w II i IV niedzielê miesi¹ca w czasie Mszy œw. o godz. 12:45PM. Przygotowania rodziców i chrzestnych do tego sakramentu odbywaj¹ siê w I i III niedzielê ka dego miesiêca o godz. 2:00 P.M., w sali nr 5 w budynku Kash Hall. W sprawie chrztu nale y zg³aszaæ siê na plebanie osobiœcie lub dzwoni¹c na numer (708) Œlub w jêzyku polskim prosimy zg³aszaæ szeœæ miesiêcy wczeœniej. SpowiedŸ œw. w ka d¹ sobotê od godz. 4:00 PM do 4:45 PM. Polska szko³a (czwartek & pi¹tek) 5 pm-9 pm; sobota 1:30 pm-5:30 pm. Tel. (708) WSZYSTKIE INTENCJE NA MSZE ŒW. MUSZ BYÆ ZAMAWIANE NA PLEBANII. INTENCJI NIE ZAMAWIAMY W ZAKRYSTII LUB W KOŒCIELE. ADORACJA NAJŒWIÊTSZEGO SAKRAMENTU ZAMKNIÊTE 25 MAJ Normalnych godzinach 01 czerwca 2015 PrzyjdŸ odwiedziæ Jezusa w kaplicy w ka dy poniedzia³ek od godz: 12:00 p.m. do 8:00 p.m. B³ogos³awieñstwo o godz. 7:45 p.m.
14 MARGARET RADZISZEWSKI, DDS DAZZLING DENTISTRY, INC. INTERNAL MEDICINE / GERIATRICS Accepting New Patients S. Harlem, Ste. B Palos Heights JOHN F. TORPHY, D.D.S. GENERAL DENTISTRY (708) S. Harlem Bridgeview Please Cut Out This Thank You Ad THE FLOWER SHOP 00 and Present It The Next Time You Patronize One of Our Advertisers BELCHER LAW OFFICE Thank you for advertising in our church bulletin. I am patronizing your business because of it! PROTECTING SENIORS NATIONWIDE PUSH TALK S. Archer Ave. 50 OFF BEATA I. STYKA, MD Mowimy Po Polsku Your First Visit With This Ad $ Plants Cut Flowers Cemetery Decorations Across Resurrection Cemetery (708) Open 7 Days 7330 Archer Rd., Justice OPEN 7 DAYS FOR BREAKFAST - LUNCH - DINNER MABENKA RESTAURANT FUNERAL LUNCHEONS 24/7 HELP 10% OFF... CATERING $19.95*/Mo. + 1 FREE MONTH NOTRE DAME FAMILY CENTER No Long-Term Contracts Price Guarantee American Made Rev. James Watzke, Ph.D. Grow Your Business, Advertise Here. Support Your Church & Bulletin. Free professional ad design & my help! Call Nancy Krzystek CATERING ORDER FOR 20 OR MORE S. CICERO BURBANK Matt Belcher BEZPLATNY NUMER PO BEZPLATNA PORADE , *First Three Months Graduating from Catholic grade school, high school and law school has provided me the foundation of social justice I ve relied upon the last 20 years helping injured people like you and your family members. I hope you call me for a FREE CONSULTATION. FREE DELIVERY, TOLL FREE: Depression - Anxiety - Stress Family - Separation - Divorce Sub Abuse - Medicare - Español $10 OFF Come Sail Away on a 7-night Catholic Exotic Cruise. Prices begin at $1045 per couple which includes all port fees and taxes. Daily Mass and Rosary offered. Deposit of only $100 per person will reserve your cabin. Space is limited. Thanks and God Bless, Brian or Sally, coordinators an Official Travel Agency of AOS-USA What We Can Offer You and Your Business: Many ad size options to meet your budget in color or black and white One-on-one customer service to help build and design your ad The ability to change your ad up to 12 times per year J.S. Paluch Company LAURA JEAN NALEPKA Attorney At Law Real Estate Wills Trust Probate RD Breakfast Lunch Dinner 4422 W. 63 St., Chicago, IL Carry-Outs Restaurant Flood Control Specialists All Types of Plumbing Repairs Bathroom Installations Sump Pumps Toilets, Tubs, Sinks, Faucets Sewers Inspected by camera Foundation Leaks Repaired Battery Backup Systems Food, Deli & Liquors St Fabian Church (B) S. Cicero, Ste. 320 Oak Lawn PLUMBING & SEWER Cardinal 7756 S. Harlem Ave. Internal Medicine MCCarthy Rd. Lemont GEORGE S R&B Open 7 Days JACEK GRELA, M.D. Open 24 Hours 8930 S. Harlem Ave., Bridgeview John Hann Sr. & John Hann Jr. Quality Work - Reasonable Prices (708) PAINTING 40 yrs. exp. Lic #SL574 UNIA KREDYTOWA TO WIECEJ NIZ BANK! Od ponad 38 lat sluzymy Polonii oferujac szeroki zakres uslug finansowych: konta oszczednosciowe, IRA, karty VISA, szeroki wybor kredytow oraz serwis bankowosci internetowej. Zapraszamy do oddzialu w Bridgeview przy (8342 S. Harlem Avenue, Bridgeview, IL 60455) lub otwarcia konta przez Internet na A BRUSH ABOVE THE REST INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR CALL FOR FREE ESTIMATE RON PRZYLACZ SIE DO NAS JUZ DZIS! PSFCU.4U l For Ads: J.S. Paluch Co., Inc
SAINT FABIAN CATHOLIC COMMUNITY THE EPIPHANY OF THE LORD JANUARY 4, 2015 Our Mission is to be a Reflective and Active Presence of Jesus Christ in the Community. We are called by God as the Baptized Community
St. Camillus Rectory 5426 S. Lockwood Ave. Chicago, IL 60638 tel. (773) 767-8183 www.stcamilluschicago.org Of ice hours: Wednesday 9:00 AM 8:00 PM Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday 9:00 AM 6:00 PM The
www.stferdinandchurch.com Page Two Holy Trinity Sunday June 15, 2014 Mass Intentions MONDAY June 16, 2014 8:00 Mass in English 12:00 PM (Noon) Mass in English 7:00 PM Mass in Polish TUESDAY June 17, 2014
6725 W. Devon Ave. Chicago, IL. 60631 Thirtieth Sunday in Ordinary Time October 28, 2012 Mass Schedule: Saturday Vigil: 5:00 p.m. Sunday: 8:00 a.m., 10:00 a.m., 11:30 a.m. (Mass in Polish) Monday through
ST. FERDINAND CHURCH RECTORY: 5900 W. BARRY AVENUE CHICAGO, IL 60634 (773) 622-5900 JULY 31, 2011 THE SEVENTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME Photo by Romuald Gluch Page Two 19th Ordinary Sunday July 31, 2011
St. Ferdinand Church RECTORY: 5900 WEST BARRY AVENUE PHONE: 773/622-5900 Photo by Romuald Gluch October 3, 2004 Twenty-seventh Sunday in Ordinary Time Page Two Twenty-seventh Sunday in Ordinary Time October
www.stferdinandchurch.com Page Two Fourteen Ordinary Sunday July 6, 2014 Mass Intentions The sanctuary lamps this week are lit for: Alex Ladisa Blessing for Magdalena and Peter Kaczor Family MONDAY July
www.stferdinandchurch.com Page Two SS. Peter & Paul Sunday June 29, 2014 Mass Intentions MONDAY June 30, 2014 8:00 Florence Mullins rq. Daughter 12:00 PM (Noon) Thanksgiving Duran Family 7:00 PM Mass in
www.stferdinandchurch.com S Page Two Palm Sunday April 13, 2014 Mass Intentions The sanctuary lamps this week are lit for: Rose and Ann Coco Jozef Sikon Jr. MONDAY April 14, 2014 8:00 AM Abbatiello and
St. Thomas of Villanova A Catholic Parish Family Palatine, IL HERE TO SERVE YOU 847-358-6999 Priests Rev. Tom Rzepiela, Pastor Rev. Ray Yadron, Pastor Emeritus Rev. James Presta, Weekend Associate Rev.
ST. FERDINAND CHURCH RECTORY: 5900 W. BARRY AVENUE CHICAGO, IL 60634 (773) 622-5900 OCTOBER 6, 2013 TWENTY-SEVENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME Photo by Romuald Gluch WWW.STFERDINANDCHURCH.COM Page Two 27th
The Catholic Faith Community of St. Daniel the Prophet All are welcome in this place. St. Daniel the Prophet Catholic Church 5300 South Natoma Avenue Chicago, Illinois 60638 Ninth Sunday in Ordinary Time
FIRST HOLY COMMUNION MAY 7, 2011 MADELINE MARIE ARNOLD JACK CLAYTON BACOULIS VICTORIA ALEXIS BOEKELOO BRENDAN JOHN BORNER RYAN LUKE BRODERICK GABRIELLE ROSE BROSNAN SHEILA MARY BYRNE DOMINIC FRANCIS CANTORE
ST. FERDINAND CHURCH RECTORY: 5900 W. BARRY AVENUE CHICAGO, IL 60634 (773) 622-5900 MAY 16, 2010 ASCENSION OF THE LORD Photo by Romuald Gluch Page Two Ascension of the Lord May 16, 2010 Mass Intentions
ST. FERDINAND CHURCH RECTORY: 5900 W. BARRY AVENUE CHICAGO, IL 60634 (773) 622-5900 APRIL 7, 2013 SECOND SUNDAY OF EASTER DIVINE MERCY SUNDAY Photo by Romuald Gluch Page Two Divine Mercy Sunday April 7,
GŁOS POLEK polish Women s alliance of America spring 2014 No. 2 MMXIV Canonization of Pope John Paul II April 2014 The polish Women s Voice Publication of the polish Women s alliance of America GŁOS polek
ST. STANISLAUS STAFF PASTORAL TEAM: Rev. Michael Surufka, OFM, Pastor Rev. George Kusy, Associate Pastor ST. STANISLAUS SCHOOL PRINCIPAL Mrs. Alice Torrence DIRECTOR OF LITURGY AND MUSIC: Mr. David Krakowski
ST. FERDINAND CHURCH RECTORY: 5900 W. BARRY AVENUE CHICAGO, IL 60634 (773) 622-5900 JULY 15, 2012 FIFTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME Photo by Romuald Gluch Page Two 15 Ordinary Sunday July 15, 2012 Mass
1873 1 4 0 T H a N N I V E R Sa R Y 2013 Naród Polski Polish Nation Bi-lingual Publication of the Polish Roman Catholic Union of America - A Fraternal Benefit Society Safeguarding Your Future with Life
ST. FERDINAND CHURCH RECTORY: 5900 W. BARRY AVENUE CHICAGO, IL 60634 (773) 622-5900 JULY 21, 2013 SIXTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME Photo by Romuald Gluch WWW.STFERDINANDCHURCH.COM Page Two 16th Ordinary
HAPPY MOTHER S DAY! PRCUA Seeking Experienced Insurance Personnel The PRCUA is seeking new or experienced insurance personnel to promote our financial products, preferably individuals in the Life Insurance
www.stferdinandchurch.com Page Two 18th Ordinary Sunday August 3, 2014 Mass Intentions MONDAY August 4 Memorial of St. John Vianney 8:00 Phyllis Tomas 12:00 PM (Noon) Offering Mass to the soul of Lydia
Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time February 8, 2015 Rev. Thaddeus Dzieszko Pastor - Ext. 20 Rev. Robert Fraczek Associate Pastor - Ext. 33 Rev. James Heyd Resident - Ext. 31 Mrs. Eva Panczyk School Principal
Eighteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time August 9, 2015 Rev. Thaddeus Dzieszko Pastor - Ext. 20 Rev. Robert Fraczek Associate Pastor - Ext. 33 Rev. Mariusz Manka Associate Pastor Ex. 36 Rev. James Heyd Resident
Saint Francis Borgia Church 8033 W. Addison St. Chicago,IL 60634 773-625-1118 www.saintfrancisborgiachicago.com Fifth Sunday of Easter May 3, 2015 Mass Schedule Monday - Friday: 7:15 & 8:30am in Chapel