1 SAINT FABIAN CATHOLIC COMMUNITY THIRD SUNDAY OF EASTER APRIL 19, 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 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 THIRD SUNDAY OF EASTER APRIL 19, 2015 Gluten update I have been informed that, at another parish, gluten-free hosts are kept in a little container that is attached to the ciborium (that s the fancy Church word for the cup or bowl that holds the hosts to be consecrated at Mass). That way, the host does not come into contact with the regular Communion hosts. As the Communicant approaches the priest at Communion time, he or she simply says gluten-free. I will check into this. In the meantime, if someone needs a gluten-free host, please let the Communion Ministers or me know before Mass. ********** The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops has released the annual statistical data for the current priesthood ordination class (called the Class of 2015). A survey of the 505 men who will be ordained to the priesthood this year was conducted, with 411 or 69% responding to this survey. Of those who responded, 317 will be ordained for 120 different (arch)dioceses and 94 are from religious communities. The survey found that 7 out of 10 were encouraged to become a priest by their parish priest. Others who encouraged them were friends (46%), parishioners (45%) and mothers (40%). That last one kind of surprises me, since I grew up in a home and in an era where, at one time or another, just about every Catholic boy thought about becoming a priest and received encouragement from the parents. Times have changed. Other findings: Average age 34 69% report their race as Caucasian/European American/ white; 10% Asian or Pacific Islander; 14% Hispanic/Latino; and 5% African/American/black. One quarter (25%) reported being born outside the U.S., with the largest numbers coming from Colombia, Mexico, the Philippines, Nigeria, Poland and Viet Nam. On average, those born outside the U.S. have been in this country for 12 years. And this is quite interesting: for the last ten years, between 20 and 30 percent of those being ordained to the diocesan priesthood have been born outside the U.S. Over 26% of those ordained carried educational debt at the time they entered the seminary, averaging a debt of a little over $22, Speaking of new priests: Jacob (Jake) Martin will be ordained to the priesthood on Saturday, June 13 and will celebrate his First Mass here on Sunday, June 14 at 11:00 A.M. Jake is a Jesuit and he promised to help out here during the summer. Pray for him.
3 PAGE 3 THIRD SUNDAY OF EASTER APRIL 19, 2015 FIRST READING: ACTS OF THE APOSTLES 3:13-15, Peter said to the people: The God of Abraham, the God of Isaac, and the God of Jacob, the God of our fathers, has glorified his servant Jesus, whom you handed over and denied in Pilate s presence when he had decided to release him. You denied the Holy and Righteous One and asked that a murderer be released to you. The author of life you put to death, but God raised him from the dead; of this we are witnesses. Now I know, brothers, that you acted out of ignorance, just as your leaders did; but God has thus brought to fulfillment what he had announced beforehand through the mouth of all the prophets, that his Christ would suffer. Repent, therefore, and be converted, that your sins may be wiped away. SECOND READING: 1 JOHN 2:1-5A My children, I am writing this to you so that you may not commit sin. But if anyone does sin, we have an Advocate with the Father, Jesus Christ the righteous one. He is expiation for our sins, and not for our sins only but for those of the whole world. The way we may be sure that we know him is to keep his commandments. Those who say, I know him, but do not keep his commandments are liars, and the truth is not in them. But whoever keeps his word, the love of God is truly perfected in him. READINGS FOR THIS WEEKEND GOSPEL: LUKE 24:35-48 The two disciples recounted what had taken place on the way, and how Jesus was made known to them in the breaking of bread. While they were still speaking about this, he stood in their midst and said to them, Peace be with you. But they were startled and terrified and thought that they were seeing a ghost. Then he said to them, Why are you troubled? And why do questions arise in your hearts? Look at my hands and my feet, that it is I myself. Touch me and see, because a ghost does not have flesh and bones as you can see I have. And as he said this, he showed them his hands and his feet. While they were still incredulous for joy and were amazed, he asked them, Have you anything here to eat? They gave him a piece of baked fish; he took it and ate it in front of them. He said to them, These are my words that I spoke to you while I was still with you, that everything written about me in the law of Moses and in the prophets and psalms must be fulfilled. Then he opened their minds to understand the Scriptures. And he said to them, Thus it is written that the Christ would suffer and rise from the dead on the third day and that repentance, for the forgiveness of sins, would be preached in his name to all the nations, beginning from Jerusalem. You are witnesses of these things.
4 PAGE 4 THIRD SUNDAY OF EASTER APRIL 19, 2015 ADORATION of the BLESSED SACRAMENT Come visit Jesus in the Chapel this Monday from: 12:00 Noon to 8:00 p.m. Benediction will be at 7:45 p.m. Prayer before the Blessed Sacrament is nothing less than a close, private, conversation with a living person who is the risen Jesus Christ in the Eucharist. It is about as close as we can come in this life to talking with God face to face. You are very important to the Lord. Come spend some special time with Him. TREASURES FROM OUR TRADITION With the Easter season well under way, we now resume our survey of the sacrament of the sick. The pastoral care of the sick will be misunderstood if we start from the vantage point of the sickroom. Begin with the Sunday assembly, from which the sick person has been separated by the crisis of illness, and whose absence is given expression in prayer and service. The goal is to extend the consolation of the Lord s presence at the table to those who are apart from it, and for the assembly to enfold them in prayer. Secondarily, the goal is to teach people what the Church desires for all those who are sick. Seeing ministers dispatched to the sick from Mass every Sunday might help a caregiver realize that their dear one can also receive Communion. Witnessing the anointing of a woman facing surgery might help another person to overcome hesitation and ask for the sacrament s healing and strength. Society s impulse may be to marginalize the sick, but the tradition of our community is to see them at the center of our life. When Roman persecutors ordered St. Lawrence the Deacon to hand over the jewels of the church, he assembled a motley crew of the sick and the infirm and announced with all humility, Behold, my lord, the treasures of the church of Christ. Rev. James Field, Copyright J. S. Paluch Co. 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: 1 Pt 5:5b-14; Ps 89:2-3, 6-7, 16-17; Mk 16:15-20 Sunday: Acts 4:8-12; Ps 118:1, 8-9, 21-23, 26, 28, 29; 1 Jn 3:1-2; Jn 10:11-18 You alone, O LORD, bring security to my dwelling. Psalm 4:9
5 PAGE 5 THIRD SUNDAY OF EASTER APRIL 19, 2015 Catholic Charities Collection on Mother s Day Eva is doing all she can to raise her grandchild alone on a limited income. She called Catholic Charities when she couldn t afford to fix her plumbing. We made the home repair, and invited her to our caregiver support group. She was one of the 398,078 seniors we helped last year. Please give to Catholic Charities on Mother s Day to help seniors live in comfort. Learn more at People have a dignity that is priceless and worth far more than things. - Pope Francis
6 PAGE 6 THIRD SUNDAY OF EASTER APRIL 19, 2015 I am the Bread of Life. John 6 Third Week of Easter On the Third Sunday of Easter, Luke's Gospel has the very human story of Jesus' appearing to the disciples after the Resurrection, inviting them to touch his hands and feet to see that he is real. He ate with them and he opened their minds to understand the Scriptures. Saturday is the Feast of Saint Mark, Evangelist. In our first readings from Acts of the Apostles this week, we read of one of the earliest martyrs, Stephen and of Philip converting an Ethiopian slave along the road. Also this week is the story of Saul, persecutor of Christians being blinded and then healed by Ananias in the name of Jesus. The week ends with Peter traveling the region and healing. The gospel for this week is from Chapter 6 of John's Gospel on Jesus as the Bread of Life. Like so many stories in this gospel, Jesus teaches from one layer of understanding to another, taking us deeper into understanding his gift of himself to us in the Eucharist. Jesus says, Do not work for food that perishes but for the food that endures for eternal life. The bread of God is that which comes down from heaven and gives life to the world. I am the bread of life; whoever comes to me will never hunger, and whoever believes in me will never thirst. I am the living bread that came down from heaven; whoever eats this bread will live forever; and the bread that I will give is my Flesh for the life of the world. Whoever eats my Flesh and drinks my Blood remains in me and I in him. This marvelous dialogue ends with this exchange with his disciples: Jesus then said to the Twelve, 'Do you also want to leave?' Simon Peter answered him, 'Master, to whom shall we go? You have the words of eternal life. We have come to believe and are convinced that you are the Holy One of God.' For the Fourth Sunday of Easter we reflect on the Paschal Mystery more deeply. Psalm 118 says, The stone which the builders rejected has become the cornerstone. Peter quotes this psalm in preaching that the crippled man was healed, In the name of Jesus Christ the Nazorean whom you crucified, whom God raised from the dead. In John's Gospel, Jesus tells us, A good shepherd lays down his life for the sheep. 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 can be a very good week to grow in a sense of and practice the notion of being a "contemplative in the midst of action." We have practically a whole week of gospels about Jesus' gift of himself to us as the "Bread of Life." This gives us the opportunity to let that mystery be in the background of our consciousness every day this week, as we go about our everyday tasks. What makes it "contemplative is that we will be asking for graces each morning, and we will let our desires and our activities interact. We can begin reflecting upon how often we work for food that perishes. The pay-off, the success, the accomplishment, the reward we receive for what we do is often quite passing and unsatisfying. It would be important to be able to sense anything that appears to be food that doesn't last and name it as such this week. The real food, the life-giving nourishment that our Lord offers us is himself. If we can't celebrate the Eucharist daily this week, we can make what we used to call a spiritual communion simply by opening our hearts and desiring to receive our Lord, so that he remains in us and we remain in him. We can practice consciously choosing union with Jesus, our Risen Lord and only Savior, and experiencing how that would affect the choices we need to make throughout our day. If we begin each day, asking for the grace of this union, and renew the desire at brief moments we have at various times in the day, our focus and attention begins to change. We will experience a peace and a gifted lack of hunger and thirst for so many of the things that draw us away from him, from loving, from mercy, from consciousness on those in need. If the background focus of each day this week is to desire to be fed by a closeness with my Lord, it doesn't matter how busy I am, or how many conflicts I have to face or what suffering I or my loved ones must endure. His flesh and blood are real food and drink because they are the real sacrifice that takes away the power of sin and death itself. United with his surrender to the Father, we are set free from whatever can take away the life he gained for us. For this gift, for this faith, we can give thanks for every night, as we review our union with our Lord each night.
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8 PAGE 8 THIRD SUNDAY OF EASTER APRIL 19, 2015 Make a Prayer Wish with the Elizabeth Ministry Prayer Partners Are you or someone you know experiencing a joyous time in their life such as pregnancy, adoption, the birth of a child, a wedding, a graduation, job success or perhaps a difficult time with health or addiction problems, separation or divorce, or loss of a loved one, and need to be lifted in prayer? Whatever your requests are The Elizabeth Ministry Prayer Partners a group of women from the parish who have volunteered to pray for your intentions--are here for you. All you have to do is stop by the Prayer Wishing Well in the Narthex, fill out the purple prayer request form next to the well, and then drop it inside the well. Prayer requests will be taken out of the well regularly and a prayer partner will then be assigned to pray on a daily basis for your intention. Also, anyone interested in becoming a Prayer Partner, to pray for these intentions, should contact Elizabeth Minister Diane Urbaniak at Diane will then contact you with an intention that you will pray about. LIKE THE WOMEN AT THE WELL, WE COME TOGETHER TO PRAY AND SUPPORT ONE ANOTHER. Ministry of Care Sick List Sick are Prayed for Weekly Each week you will find a list entitled Pray for the Sick hanging in the Narthex in four locations. On the top is listed all those parishioners who are in the hospital that particular week. The individuals on the lower half of the sheet have asked to be kept on the list or are terminal. All of these names are placed in the Intention Basket which is carried up at the Offertory and are prayed for at all the Masses. If you know of anyone who should be added or deleted from this list, please contact Paula Daley, Ministry of Care Director, at (708) Note, this list is different from those on our Sick List in the weekly Bulletin. St. Fabian Knights of Columbus invites everyone to come and pray the Rosary on Wednesday - April 29th at 7:00 p.m. in the Chapel The Society of St. Vincent de Paul The St. Vincent de Paul Society depends on your donations to keep our Food Pantry stocked throughout the year. So if possible... Check your local papers When you find a good sale on ANY non-perishable food items, please pick up a couple extra s for our Food Pantry. Some ideas: canned vegetables, beans, potatoes, stuffing mixes, rice, peanut butter, jelly, canned fruit, pasta, pasta/rice mixes, pasta sauce, soups, crackers, cookies, etc. Drop off bins are located in the By Sharing, your gift grows beyond itself and touches all. Thank you for your past support and keep our ministry in your prayers!
9 PAGE 9 THIRD SUNDAY OF EASTER APRIL 19, 2015 PRESENTED BY THE ELIZABETH MINISTRY Join us on Saturday April 25 from 11:30-1p.m. In O Meara Hall We will be discussing the book The Four Signs of a Dynamic Catholic by Matthew Kelly Books will be available at the meeting... Contact Kathy Surwillo at Or call, To R.S.V.P. or for more information. Please contact the Rectory at (708) to add or take names off the Parish Sick List. Want To Pray For Someone? It's easy. Just fill out an intention slip in the back of church and place it in the basket prior to Mass starting. At Offertory time the basket is brought up at each Mass and your intention will be prayed for at all EIGHT masses on any given weekend. Now that's ALOT OF PRAYERS! The basket is emptied weekly and the same cycle will repeat itself. So each time you come to church, fill out a slip. Also note that all the names listed on the "Sick List" (posted in four places in the Narthex) are placed in this basket every week. Now for a long term prayers, there is a Wishing Well sitting on the counter in the narthex. Just fill out that slip and you will be assigned a person to pray for your particular intention for as long as you want, depending on what you write on the slip. Prayer is our communication with God. So let's keep them coming! Paula Daley - Ministry of Care (Prayer) Director Looking to have some fun this summer? Please join us! What: ST. FABIAN VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL Who: Anyone ages 14 & up! When: Monday, July 13 thru Friday, July 17th 8:30am until 12:45pm If you are interested in volunteering, Please call the RE (708)
10 PAGE 10 THIRD SUNDAY OF EASTER APRIL 19, 2015 Weekly Collection Deacon Charlie s Corner July 1, June 30, 2015 Weekly Goal: $9, April 12, 2015 $ 8, Year-to-date Deficit: $ 12, St. Fabian Women s Club 2015 Applications for the Barbara Miarka Scholarship can be downloaded from the Parish web-site, $500 Scholarships will be awarded to graduating High School Seniors. Applications must be received by May 1, For additional information, you may contact Joan Wiczek at (708) 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 Hi! I hope everyone had a good week. We are finally in Spring weather, not too hot, not too cold (and that s the way I like it!) Let us enjoy this very pleasant time of year. Last Sunday was Divine Mercy Sunday and Janet & I attended the service at Church and I am glad we did. There was a wonderful crowd and it was a great experience to gather for prayer in this setting. We hope this will become a tradition here at St. Fabian s. I would like to mention something that means so very much to me. This past Friday, April 17th was the 9th Anniversary of the weekly Adoration Chapel. I am so thankful and pleased with all the people that support it. Without you it wouldn t exist. Jesus is always available, but He needs all of us to come and visit Him and be there for the next person to arrive. So I pray for each and everyone of you who make it possible, because I really believe HE wants it to continue for a good long time. Remember ~ Mondays, 12:00 Noon to 8:00 p.m. are Holy Hours because of HIM. In our Gospel from Luke this week, it is a beautiful story of the two disciples recounting about all that had happened and how Jesus was made known to them in the breaking of bread. Tell me, do we recognize Him in the Breaking of the Bread? It takes prayer, attention and a willing spirit to be open to know Him. I feel if we keep those three things in mind each and everyday, we can t miss but to come closer to Jesus. The more we pray, receive communion, treat others kindly and be a friend to those around us, He will bless us and we will have peace that we are doing the right thing. Jesus stood in the disciples midst and said Peace be with you and offered it freely to them, all they had to do was believe in Him that He truly did rise from the grave. That s what He asks of us. Do we believe? Walk with King Jesus and be a blessing, Deacon Charlie Thought for the Week: Only as we follow Christ can we lead others in the right direction.
11 PAGE 11 THIRD SUNDAY OF EASTER APRIL 19, 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 M. Beliveau E. Jedynasty K. Koukola T. Paluch D. McGuire M. Klukoszowski J. Stafiera Lector 2 A. DuPraw R. Purwin R. Kavales J. Pawlicki J. McGuire J. Mateja A. Swietoslawski A. Cison Host 1 J. Schultz E. Jedynasty M. Obrochta D. Moriarty D. Pospishil A. Swietoslawski Z. Komperda Host 1A M.A. Moisan M. Bobek K. Shubert Z. Pash H. Rusnak J. Stafiera Host 3 G. Hess B. Lewis M. Fonseca J. Frydrychowski K. Tylka A. Cison Host 4 B. Lojas L. Guerrero M. Kjer S. Huskey Wine 1 E. Nathan I. Lewis P. Swiatkowski C. Golesz Wine 1A A. Hallman J. Latona A. Cortes Wine 2 F. Lojas M. Guerrero F. Polansky V. Vogel Wine 3 J. Dokey B. Obrochta A. Brennan L. Peters Wine 4 D. Fierke M. McCalip J. DeLara V. Mendoza J. Canchola J. Thomas A. Cortes V. Galdyn MASS INTENTIONS FOR THE WEEK REMEMBER THE SICK OF OUR PARISH IN YOUR PRAYERS Sunday, April 19, :30 AM Sofia i Ludwik Karwaczka, Jan Pawlik, Jozef i Wiktoria Kopec, Stanislaw Greczek, Edward Dlugopolski, Joseph Obrochta, Stanislaw Styrczula, Eugenia Kaszewska, Ewa Swiatkowska 8:00 AM Hank, Anna & Karen Montoya,Clement, Johnny & Danny Greco, Helen & Richard Skrobot, Joseph Poremba 9:30 AM Agnes Butler, Wladyslaw Rafacz, Anna Gene Larcker, Agnieszka Bobek, Helena & Stanley Latocha, Sr., Stanley Latocha, Jr. 11:00 AM John Cyscon, Sr., Ryan Osowski, Maria & Ludwik Swietek, Deceased Members of the Swietek & Zieba Families 12:45 PM Richard Grodz, Jozef Podczerwinski, Jozef Liptak, Robert Janik, Antonina i Jan Kolasa, Stanislaw Mszal, Grzegorz Mszal, Mszal Family 7:00 PM Clara Modjewski, Jacek i Boleslaw Styrczula, Stanislaw Zieba, Zofia i Bogdan Zaremba (25th Wedding Anniversary) Monday, April 20, :00 AM Walter & Rose Baranski Tuesday, April 21, :00 AM Phyllis Burcl Wednesday, April 22, :00 AM Randy Bent Thursday, April 23, :00 AM Clifford Mock, Henry & Sophie Budziak, Mary Earls (Birthday Blessings) Friday, April 24, :00 AM Mary Zehnder Saturday, April 25, :00 PM Fred Wallin, Jr. Sunday, April 26, :30 AM Edward Dlugopolski, Joseph Obrochta, Stanislaw Styrczula, Anna Juchas, Jozef i Adolfa Kalinowski 8:00 AM Clara Modjewski, Rosa Narea, Tony Tomalewicz, Joseph Poremba, Rob & Kim Koukola (25th Wedding Anniversary) 9:30 AM Walter J. Magda, Stephen & Catherine Stiak, Stanislawa Cymborowicz, Irene Moriarty, Alice Clark 11:00 AM Ryan Osowski, Dale Harvey, Edward & Valeria Konstanty 12:45 PM Richard Grodz, Agnieszka Jacyniewicz, Wladyslawa Lipska, Tadeusz i Wladyslaw Lipski, Henryka i Edward Niewiaroska, Jozef Jankowicz, Zofia Jankowicz, Jan i Antonina Hryc, Wladyslaw Hryc (Health) 7:00 PM Robert Janik, People of The Parish Luz Acevado Joseph Aniol Lee Ascensio Katie Aston Bud, Theresa & Christina Baldwin Charles Bervid 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 D Agostino Family Mary Daniels Avery DiBow Carmen Di Miele Marge Dudzek Cathy Duska Mary Anne Dyer David & Robert Dziedzic Joyce Dziedzic Julian & Maria Filas Nicholas Fillion Carol Fiore Philip Fowler Michael Fox Karen Fulton Coty Furmanek Patricia Gardner Gilbert Garza Agnes Geary Eric Gefvert Cardinal Francis George 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 Bernadine Kolodziejczak Velta Kopacek Baby Logan Kreil 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 Charles Miserendino 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 Beatrice Osbourne Linda Panos Virginia Petri Dolores Polkow Marie & Richard Pollak Joe Poremba 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 Maryann Sliwinski 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 Deacon Ron Zielinski Rachel & Tommy Zimmer
12 PAGE 12 THIRD SUNDAY OF EASTER APRIL 19, 2015 CZYTANIA NA NIEDZIELÊ PIERWSZE CZYTANIE Dz 3, Bóg naszych ojców wskrzesi³ Jezusa Czytanie z Dziejów Apostolskich Piotr powiedzia³ do ludu: Bóg naszych ojców, Bóg Abrahama, Izaaka i Jakuba, ws³awi³ S³ugê swego, Jezusa, wy jednak wydaliœcie Go i zaparliœcie siê Go przed Pi³atem, gdy postanowi³ Go uwolniæ. Zaparliœcie siê œwiêtego i sprawiedliwego, a wyprosiliœcie u³askawienie dla zabójcy. Zabiliœcie Dawcê ycia, ale Bóg wskrzesi³ Go z martwych, czego my jesteœmy œwiadkami. Lecz teraz wiem, bracia, e dzia³aliœcie w nieœwiadomoœci, tak samo jak prze³o eni wasi. A Bóg w ten sposób spe³ni³ to, co zapowiedzia³ przez usta wszystkich proroków, e Jego Mesjasz bêdzie cierpia³. Pokutujcie wiêc i nawróæcie siê, aby grzechy wasze zosta³y zg³adzone. Oto S³owo Bo e. PSALM RESPONSORYJNY: Ps 4,2.4-9 Wznieœ ponad nami œwiat³oœæ Twoj¹, Panie. Kiedy Ciê wzywam, odpowiedz mi, Bo e, który wymierzasz mi sprawiedliwoœæ. Tyœ mnie wydÿwign¹³ z utrapienia, zmi³uj siê nade mn¹ i wys³uchaj moj¹ modlitwê. Wiedzcie, e godnym podziwu czyni Pan swego wiernego, Pan mnie wys³ucha, gdy bêdê Go wzywa³. Spokojnie zasypiam, kiedy siê po³o ê, bo tylko Ty jeden, Panie, pozwalasz mi yæ bezpiecznie. Wznieœ ponad nami œwiat³oœæ Twoj¹, Panie. DRUGIE CZYTANIE 1 J 2,1-5a Chrystus jest ofiar¹ przeb³agaln¹ za nasze grzechy Czytanie z Pierwszego listu œwiêtego Jana Aposto³a Najmilsi: Dzieci moje, piszê wam to dlatego, ebyœcie nie grzeszyli. Jeœliby nawet ktoœ zgrzeszy³, mamy Rzecznika wobec Ojca Jezusa Chrystusa sprawiedliwego. On bowiem jest ofiar¹ przeb³agaln¹ za nasze grzechy, i nie tylko za nasze, lecz równie za grzechy ca³ego œwiata. Po tym zaœ poznajemy, e Go znamy, je eli zachowujemy Jego przykazania. Kto mówi: Znam Go, a nie zachowuje Jego przykazañ, ten jest k³amc¹ i nie ma w nim prawdy. Kto zaœ zachowuje Jego naukê, w tym naprawdê mi³oœæ Bo a jest doskona³a. Oto S³owo Bo e. ŒPIEW PRZED EWANGELI : Por. k 24,32 Alleluja, Alleluja, Alleluja Panie Jezu, daj nam zrozumieæ Pisma, niech pa³a nasze serce, gdy do nas mówisz. Alleluja, Alleluja, Alleluja EWANGELIA k 24,35-48 Musia³y siê wype³niæ zapowiedzi Pisma S³owa Ewangelii wed³ug œwiêtego ukasza Uczniowie opowiadali, co ich spotka³o w drodze, i jak poznali Jezusa przy ³amaniu chleba. A gdy rozmawiali o tym, On sam stan¹³ poœród nich i rzek³ do nich: Pokój wam. Zatrwo onym i wylêk³ym zdawa³o siê, e widz¹ ducha. Lecz On rzek³ do nich: Czemu jesteœcie zmieszani i dlaczego w¹tpliwoœci budz¹ siê w waszych sercach? Popatrzcie na moje rêce i nogi: to Ja jestem. Dotknijcie siê Mnie i przekonajcie: duch nie ma cia³a ani koœci, jak widzicie, e Ja mam. Przy tych s³owach pokaza³ im swoje rêce i nogi. Lecz gdy oni z radoœci jeszcze nie wierzyli i pe³ni byli zdumienia, rzek³ do nich: Macie tu coœ do jedzenia? Oni podali Mu kawa³ek pieczonej ryby. Wzi¹³ i jad³ wobec nich. Potem rzek³ do nich: To w³aœnie znaczy³y s³owa, które mówi³em do was, gdy by³em jeszcze z wami: Musi siê wype³niæ wszystko, co napisane jest o Mnie w Prawie Moj esza, u Proroków i w Psalmach. Wtedy oœwieci³ ich umys³, aby rozumieli Pisma. I rzek³ do nich: Tak jest napisane: Mesjasz bêdzie cierpia³ i trzeciego dnia zmartwychwstanie; w imiê Jego g³oszone bêdzie nawrócenie i odpuszczenie grzechów wszystkim narodom, pocz¹wszy od Jerozolimy. Wy jesteœcie œwiadkami tego. Oto s³owo Pañskie.
13 PAGE 13 THIRD SUNDAY OF EASTER APRIL 19, 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 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. Kolekta na Katolicką Organizację Charytatywną w Dzień Matki Ewa robi co może, aby samodzielnie wychować wnuka, mając ograniczone dochody. Zadzwoniła do Katolickiej Organizacji Charytatywnej, kiedy nie stać jej było na naprawę kanalizacji. Nasza organizacja wykonała naprawę i zaprosiła Ewę na spotkania grupy wsparcia. Jest ona jedną z 398,078 emerytów, których obsłużyliśmy w ubiegłym roku. W Dniu Matki złóż ofiarę na rzecz Katolickiej Organizacji Charytatywnej, pomagając w ten sposób godnie żyć emerytom. Ludzie mają godność, która jest bezcenna i warta o wiele więcej niż przedmioty. - Papież Franciszek
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16 8300 S. Thomas Avenue Bridgeview, IL St. Fabian Catholic Community Pastor: Rev. Peter J. Cyscon Associate Pastor: Rev. Jan Bukowski, COr. Pastor Emeritus Rev. Robert J. Kash 8300 S. Thomas Avenue - Bridgeview, IL Parish Office Hours: Monday Friday 9:00 a.m. 9:00 p.m. (Closed for Lunch) Saturday & Sunday 9:00 a.m. 2:00 p.m. Parish Office Religious Education Parish FAX Religious Education FAX Music Director Polish School Pastoral Pastor - Rev. Peter J. Cyscon Associate Pastor: Rev. Jan Bukowski, COr. Weekend Associate - Rev. Michael Bowler Diaconal Ministry - Deacon Ron & Pam Zielinski Senior Deacon Charles & Janet Tipperreiter Administrative Secretary - Mary Harvey Business Manager - William Brennan Administrative Assistant - Mary Ann Mularski Night Crew - Justyna Gawlak, Samantha Oberszkalski RCIA - (Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults) Ministry of Care - Director - Paula Daley Religious Education : English Program - Coordinator - Cindy Schlesser Assistant Coordinator - Bozena Kupiec (M-W-F 9:00 am - 3:30 pm) Polish Program - Director - Rev. Peter J. Cyscon Administrator: Maria Pocica Assistant Administrator: Bozena Kupiec Maintenance & Security - Andrzej Brzoska (Czwartek & Piatek 5:00-9:00 pm; Sobota 1:30 5:30 pm) Music Ministry English Director - Raul Duque Music Ministry Polish Director - Ryszard Swiedrych Maintenance Ramon Plascencia Compassion Ministries
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