2 Page Two 29th Ordinary Sunday October 19, 2014 Mass Intentions The sanctuary lamps this week are lit for: Ramona Duran Alex Ladisa MONDAY October 20 Memorial of St. Paul of the Cross 8:00AM Tom & Rosalie Anastos rq. A&T Anastos 12:00 PM (Noon) Mass in English 7:00 PM Mass in Polish TUESDAY October 21, :00AM Luis Albarcin rq. Daughter Teresa Crespo 12:00 PM (Noon) Mass in English 7:00 PM Mass in Polish WEDNESDAY October 22 Memorial of St. John Paul II, Pope 8:00 AM Laura M. Pelegrino rq. Cousin Agnes 12:00 PM (Noon) Dominick Frontier rq. Lu Caravette 7:00 PM Mass in Polish THURSDAY October 23 Memorial of St. John Capistriano 8:00AM Mass in English 12:00 PM (Noon) Mass in English 7:30 PM Mass in Polish FRIDAY October 24 Memorial of St. Anthony Mary Claret 8:00AM Marcela Kulanda Ann. of her death rq. Andrea Ciolino 12:00 PM (Noon) Calogero Fruscione rq. Daughter & Family Grace 7:30 PM Mass in Polish SATURDAY October 25, :00 AM Mass in Polish 8:00 AM Mass in English 5:00 PM Alex Ladisa rq. Family SUNDAY October 26 30th Ordinary Sunday 7:00 AM Ewa, Jan Kabat; Maria, Jan Budzioch oraz ich dzieci, Tadeusz Kamysz, Henryk Biedzio, o zdrowie i Boz e błogosławien stwo oraz opiekę Matki Najs więtszej w czasie choroby dla zięcia 8:30 AM Helen A. Donnawell 6 th Ann. rq. Family 10:00 AM Magdalena Quidang rq. Family 10:15 AM O zdrowie i Boz e błogosławien stwo dla członko w Klubu Podhalan i Miłos niko w Tatr ich rodzin i ks. Kapelana, Mieczysław Gądek, Tadeusz Zaguła, Anna Drelich 12:30 PM Thomas Manshreck rq. Joanne Manshreck 3:00 PM Mass in Polish 5:00 PM Elodia Flores rq. Carmen Cordero 7:00 PM Mass in Polish We Welcome in Baptism Leah Caylee Quinteana daughter of Anthony and Nancy (Gonzalez) Quintana Isabella Ariana Quinteana daughter of Anthony and Nancy (Gonzalez) Quintana Ellie Cheng Tamayo daughter of Alexander and Becky (Cheng) Tamayo Nicholas Henry Salerno son of Adam John and Agnieszka (Mieczkowska) Salerno Max Joseph Westphal son of Shane and Victoria ( Kolodziej) Westphal Rest in Peace Please remember to pray for the souls of all our faithful departed, especially: Giovanni Neri Lucille Balasa Richard T. Pivarcyk DEVOTIONS EUCHARISTIC ADORATION - Held each Thursday following the 8:00 a.m. Mass un l 6:45p.m. THE HOLY ROSARY DURING THE MONTH OF OCTOBER THE ROSARY IS PRAYED EVERYDAY FOLLOWING THE 8:00AM MASS IN THE CHURCH. WELCOME TO OUR CHURCH If you are new to our church or just vis ng, please stop and introduce yourself. We are pleased to have you share in this celebra on of the Eucharist. If you do not have home, or if your church is not home to you, we invite you to become part of our parish family. Please call or stop by our parish office to register We are glad you are here and hope you will join us.
3 October 19, th Ordinary Sunday Page Three Remember in Prayer As members of the parish faith community, it is our responsibility to remember both in concrete and spiritual ways those who cannot celebrate with us each week because they are ill. Those who are sick in turn, remember all of us daily in their prayers and in their sufferings. We experience many blessings because of their remembering us. And so...please remember in your prayers: Irene Rowe Mary Ayello Florence Magro Anthony R. Coco Lo e Chrapla Violet Del Vacchio Edward Waytula Pat Ostrowski William Keleher Arlene Garcia Diana Krzyzanowski Nick Paolino Adam Shershen Jean Staniszewski Josephine Coco Laura Schofield Calvin Upton Julie D Agos no Luna Family Margery Janz Brianna Jurczykowski Susan Milostan Robert Malek Michael F. Coco Tish Vanoni Jodi Mack Geraldine Mack Agnes Coco Ester Baran Isabell Beyer Deadra Kusek Stanley Podgorny Marie a Falbo Laverne Greco Steve Johns Barbara Alderson Bernadine Jablonski Henryk Sykula Anna DeBold Kathleen Barr Mary Hal n Virginia Starsiak Veena Bhat Pat Flynn Veronica Segovia Frances Skrabacz Marion Watermann Richard Behrendt Irene & Joseph Biancalana Steve Garorowski Grace Miceli Sue Buzinski Dolly D Agos no Jerry Mack Joan Grzeskowiek Wiliam Reynen Christeen Gross Gerald Marcelo Virginia Keleher Neil Steppen Julia Szyelik Chris n Gross Jim Jezuit George Keehn Donald Trainor A Prayer for the Armed Forces Almighty God, stretch forth Your mighty arm to strengthen and protect the men and women of our Armed Forces. As they face the myriad of challenges and decisions that each day is des ned to bring, may they be anchored by their faith, protected by Your presence and comforted by the knowledge that they are loved by You and by this community of faith. Grant that, mee ng danger with courage, and all occasions with discipline loyalty, they may truly serve the cause of jus ce and peace to the honor of your holy name, through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen. SPC Jeffrey Foerster Our Stewardship of Treasure SUNDAY, October 12, 2014 Envelopes $6, Loose $3, TOTAL: $9, Thank you for sharing your TREASURE with St. Ferdinand Parish Bóg zapłać! PLEASE REMEMBER ST. FERDINAND PARISH IN YOUR WILL Thank you! The smallest act of kindness is worth more than the grandest inten on. ~ Oscar Wilde As a source of hope and inspira on it is our inten on to publish those names in print who have done outstanding work cleaning our church in the course of the week. Sincere THANK YOU to the following parishioners: Jadwiga Maleszko Izabella Nowacki Carol Marino LITURGICAL MINISTRIES for the weekend of October 24/25 MASS TIME LECTOR EUCHARISTIC MINISTERS SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24 5:00 PM D. Lasiewicz E. Mele, R. Scarpelli SUNDAY, OCTOBER 25 8:30 AM 10:00 AM (chapel) 12:30 PM 5:00 PM S. Pasko M. McGinnis, M. Chavez J. McGinniss J. Zarate H. Syodia Barbara Jagielska Justyna Sr. J. Pertle, M. Barnhart, E. Camara, A. Groeper,D.Ash S. Kass, W. Rodriguez M. Syodia, M. Lay
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5 Page Five 29th Ordinary Sunday October 19, 2014 LADIES OF ST. ANNE St. Ferdinand Ladies of St. Anne will meet on Wednesday, October 15 at 11:30AM at St. Ferdinand Convent, 5936 W. Barry Ave. A CARD AND BUN- CO PARTY WILL BE HELD. We appeal to all members to please come and support the Ladies of St. Anne. Please bring a friend. All are welcome. We need you. At this me we are asking you to donate to our Food Pantry Drive which goes to our FOOD PAN- TRY, here at Sat. Ferdinand. So please join us and have fun playing Bunco. The more the merrier. Refreshments will be served (dues will be collected). WHITE ELEPHANT BINGO AT ST. PATRICK HS Saint Patrick HS Dance Team s White Elephant Bingo!!! Win a prize with every Bingo Saint Patrick HS Cafeteria 5900 W. Belmont October 26 th, 1-4pm $20 a cket; Includes 1 raffle cket, food, & 1 bingo card Addi onal bingo cards and raffles will be for sale Contact for ques ons FEAST OF ST. FRANCIS WITH SCHOOL CHILDREN Each year first grade has the special opportunity to lead our school in prayer for the Feast of Saint Francis. The students create posters of pets and animals and ask God for guidance to care for these creatures as well as all of God's crea on. Brother James preached to us about Saint Francis' life and works for the church with the help of his young Saint Francis helper, this year played by Nathan Biasbas. All of the first graders lead the congrega on in song with favorites such as "Jesus Loves Me." In addi on, some of the first graders read the prayers and brought up the gi s. Finally, the animal posters were blessed in a special ceremony. It was a beau ful Mass! SUNDAY MASS ON TELEVISION Sunday Mornings at 9:30 a.m. on WGN-TV 9 Sunday Mass at Mercy Home for Boys and Girls the Parish of the Airways is seen on Sunday mornings at 9:30 a.m., on WGN-TV, Channel 9 in Chicago. Sunday Mass at Mercy Home, recorded at Mercy Home for Boys & Girls, Our Lady of Mercy Chapel, has been a source of spiritual nourishment since 1992 for those unable to leave their homes because of age or ailment to a end Mass.
6 October 19, th Ordinary Sunday Page Six Seekers Retreat For Young Adults Saturday, November 1, 2014 St. Igna us College Prep, Chicago, IL Too much going on? Pulled in a million direc ons? You re not the only one. In the craziness of life, it doesn t hurt to pause and take a look at the big picture: What s important in my life? Where does God fit in? Join other young adults for this daylong retreat at St. Igna us College Prep. Take me to listen to peers share how they find God in their lives, have conversa ons in small groups, enjoy some quiet me, and explore your faith life. Visit for info and registra on! Charis Ministries is a Jesuit ministry to those in their 20s & 30s. A ministry of the Chicago-Detroit Provinces of the Society of Jesus, Charis offers retreats, service, leadership, and speaker opportuni es that bring the gi s of Igna an Spirituality to the lives of young adults. Thinking Priesthood? Come to St. Joe s! St. Joseph College Seminary is a good fit for men who are interested in college and at the same me want to discover if God may be calling them to be a Catholic priest. Our seminary building is located on the lakeshore campus of Loyola University Chicago. Seminarians pursue a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy and a minor in Communica on from Loyola as they complete the Program for Priestly Forma on. OCTOBER 26 Annual Mass Suppor ng People With Mental Illnesses, Families, Friends & Mental Healthcare Providers. Mental Illnesses, such as depression, bi-polar disease, schizophrenia, anxiety disorders and others touch one in four families. S gma, the misinforma on about these illnesses, keeps people from seeking help and s gma keeps people from helping. The Mass is for all affected and those who are interested in helping. This celebra on is our pe on to the Holy Spirit to give encouragement to those affected by mental illness to pursue paths of recovery and wellness and to inspire and mo vate all others to be advocates and helpers to those in need of housing, jobs, and support to reach their life goals. The Mass will start at 2 PM on October 26th St Gertrude Church, 1400 West Granville, Chicago (6200 North, and 4 blocks west of Broadway at Granville and Glenwood.) Refreshments and conversa on will follow Mass. For more informa on contact: Deacon Tom Lambert x21 / or Deacon Dan Welter / or Faith &Fellowship / Sponsored by: Archdiocesan Commission on Mental Illness/ Office for Persons with Disabili es and Faith and Fellowship Heaven Cries for Our Children Friday, October 24 Be Challenged In addi on to pursuing an academic degree, our seminarians con nue to serve others, develop who they are as disciples of Jesus Christ, nurture their spiritual life and take the me needed to discover how God is calling them. Seminarians fully apply themselves in a forma on program designed to develop good and healthy priests for the people of the Archdiocese of Chicago. Come & See! The best way to see if St. Joe s is right for you, is to come and see it for yourself. Schedule a visit, arrange a campus tour, shadow a seminarian for a day, talk to our voca on director, or just stop by. Taking a look doesn t mean you have to apply, but it can help greatly in making a decision as you respond to the life God may be asking you to discover. A end a Prayer Vigil and Mass for immigra on reform and unaccompanied children on Friday, October 24, at 5 p.m. Most Rev. Gustavo Garcia-Siller, Archbishop of San Antonio, will lead the Prayer Vigil at Federal Plaza, 230 South Dearborn Street in Chicago. Par cipants will then process to St. Peter s in the Loop, 110 West Madison Street in Chicago, for a Mass that will begin at 6 p.m. For more informa on, contact the Office for Immigrant Affairs and Immigrant Educa on at or visit
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8 October 19, th Ordinary Sunday Page Eight THIS WEEK AT ST. FERDINAND PARISH Monday October 20, :00AM Friendship Club (Convent) 6:00PM Cub Scouts (Convent) 6:00PM Troop #51 (McManus Hall) 7:00PM Knights of Columbus Mtg (Canning Hall) Tuesday October 21, :00PM Radosc (McManus Hall) 6:00PM Chicagowskie Slowiki (Chapel) Wednesday October 22, :30PM Jr. Legion of Mary (Convent) 5:00PM Our Lady of Perpetual Help Novena (Church) 6:00PM Cub Scouts (Convent) 6:00PM Polonia Group Dance (McManus) 6:00PM Chicagowskie Slowiki (Chapel) 6:00PM Kropeczki (Convent) 6:30PM Legion of Mary (Convent) Thursday October 23, :30PM Jr. Legion of Mary Adora on (Church) 6:00PM Girls Scouts (Convent) 6:00PM Pack 3051 Commi ee (Convent 5) 7:00PM Filareci Choir (Chapel) 7:00PM Beat Mee ng (McManus) Friday October 24, :00AM Legion of Mary (Convent) 6:30PM Pilgrim Virgin (Convent) Saturday October 25, :00AM Polish Saturday School (School) 1:00PM Polish Scouts (Convent) 6:00PM AA Mee ng (convent) 6:00PM SFS Fall Ac vity (McManus) Sunday October 26, 2014 FOOD DRIVE COLLECTION 8:30AM School of Religion (School) 10:00AM Highlander Club Mee ng (McManus Hall) 11:00AM Ziarenko (Convent) 12:30PM Bap sm in English 4:00PM Faus num Mee ng (McManus) BULLETIN ARTICLES DEADLINE The deadline for bulle n ar cles is 3:00 p.m. on the previous Friday preceding the Sunday of publica on. All ar cles can be can ed to: bulle erdinand.org or faxed to
9 Page Nine 29th Ordinary Sunday October 19, 2014 PLEASE NOTE: ANYONE UNABLE TO REQUEST A SINGLE BRICK MAY OFFER A FREE WILL DONATION TO HAVE THE NAME INCLUDED ON ONE JOINT COMMEMORATIVE PLAQUE. Osoby, które nie mogą wykupić całej cegiełki mogą złożyć dowolną ofiarę by nazwisko zostało zamieszczone na jednej wspólnej tablicy pamitatkowej.
10 October 19, th Ordinary Sunday Page Ten PAŹDZIERNIK MIESIĄCEM RÓŻAŃCA ŚW. Zapraszamy do udziału w nabożeństwach Różańcowych od poniedziałku do soboty godz. 7:00 wieczorem w niedziele o godz. 6:30 wieczorem. 20 października poniedz. Koło Podhalan i Miłośników Tatr 21 października wtorek Dzieci 22 października - środa Różaniec w 5 językach 23 października czwartek - Dzieci 24 października piątek Kandydaci do Bierzmowania 25 października - sobota Krucjata Różańcowa 26 października niedziela - Księża 27 października poniedziałek - Lednica 28 października wtorek - Radość 29 października - środa Różaniec w 5 językach 30 października czwartek - Dzieci 31 października - Ministranci Serdecznie dziękujemy Pani Wiesławie Wójcik za namalowanie obrazu bł. Ks. Jerzego Popiełuszki oraz Panu Stanisławowi z firmy DECORAMA, 6037 W. Belmont, Chicago, tel za oprawienie tego obrazu w ramy. Obraz ten będziemy nam towarzyszył wraz relikwiami bł. ks. Jerzego w czasie comiesięcznej Mszy św. za Ojczyznę, 10 dnia każdego miesiąca o godz. 7 wieczorem oraz we wspomnienie liturgiczne tego kapłana i męczennika naszych czasów, a także wielkiego orędownika modlitwy za naszą Ojczyznę 19 października. KOŁA RÓŻAŃCOWE ZAPRASZAJĄ Odmawiajcie Różaniec - ile to już razy słyszał świat to wezwanie Maryi? W różnych zakątkach ziemi, w różnych sytuacjach, świat otrzymuje od Matki Bożej wciąż to samo przesłanie: "Odmawiajcie Różaniec!" Jest to w pewien sposób testament naszej Matki i Królowej - Maryi. Różaniec jest modlitwą uciszenia naszego życia codziennego, pełnego rytmu pracy, zagonienia a często także ierpienia. Październik jest miesiącem modlitwy różańcowej w całym Kościele. 19 lat temu, dokładnie 1 października, 30 osób w naszej parafii za podpowiedzią ks. dr Jerzego Bieleckiego - zapoczątkowało, nieustanne, modlitewne czuwanie z Różańcem w rękach. I tak 19 lat temu w naszej parafii powstały Koła Żywego Różańca. Codziennie 120 osób modli się jako "Żywy Różaniec" w intencji wspólnoty parafialnej, całego Kościoła i intencjach Papieskich. "Żywy Różaniec" służy pomocą Księdzu proboszczowi w działaniach duszpasterskich. Koła różańcowe uczestniczą w życiu liturgicznym Kościoła parafialnego poprzez posługę modlitwy różańcowej podczas świąt i uroczystości maryjnych oraz kościelnych, poprzez comiesięczne pierwszosobotnie czuwania maryjne i sobotni różaniec przed polską Mszą św. Z myślą o coraz większym zawierzeniu Matce Najświętszej organizują pielgrzymki do maryjnych sanktuariów: Maryville w stanie Indiana, La Sale e i Holy Hill w stanie Wisconsin oraz Amerykańskiej Częstochowy w stanie Pensylwania. Ponadto w miarę możliwości wspomagamy różne placówki duszpasterskie oraz misyjne w Polsce i na innych kontynentach. Jeśli pragniesz doskonalić swoją duchowość i pobożność maryjną zapraszamy do Kół Żywego Różańca w parafii św. Ferdynanda. W każdą drugą niedzielę miesiąca gromadzimy się o 6:20 rano na wspólnym różańcu, Mszy św. o godz. 7:00 rano i krótkiej konferencji duchowej. Jeśli już chcesz należeć do Kół Żywego Różańca w parafii św. Ferdynanda dzwoń do głównej zelatorki p. Heleny Lesak WIECZÓR POEZJI Jeśli pielęgnujesz polskie wartości Bóg, Honor, Ojczyzna i jesteś miłośnikiem poezji zapraszamy 19 października do Sali McManus przy naszej parafii będziemy śpiewać pieśni i recytować wiersze Kazimierza Józefa Węgrzyna przy filizance kawy. SPOTKANIE STOWARZYSZENIA APOSTOŁÓW BOŻEGO MIŁOSIERDZIA FAUSTINUM W niedzielę 26 pazdziernika zapraszamy do wspólnego udziału w Mszy św. o godz. 3:00PM w intencji rozwoju kultu Bożego Miłosierdzia oraz potrzebnych łask dla wolontariuszy oraz naszych parafian. Zebranie wolontariuszy odbędzie się w tym samym dniu, po mszy sw. o godz. 4:00PM w sali McManus. BÓG ZAPŁAĆ! Niech Pan Bóg obdarzy swoim błogosławieństwem i udzieli obfitych łask tym którzy troszczą się o nasz kościół: Jadwiga Maleszko Izabella Nowacki Carol Marino Barbara Jagielska Justyna Zapraszamy chętnych do współpracy, którym zależy na pięknym i czystym kościele. Sprzątanie odbywa się w każdy poniedziałek o godz. 5:00 PM i w piątki o godz. 10:00 AM. UWAGA: Osoby pomagające w sprzątaniu naszego koscioła zapraszamy na spotkanie w poniedziałek 20 pażdziernika po Mszy sw. o godz. 7:00 wieczorem.
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13 October 19, th Ordinary Sunday Page Thirteen We all know today s Gospel passage from the Evangelist Ma hew, en tled in my bible as Paying tax to the Emperor. The same story from the Evangelist Mark is en tled, Tribute to the Emperor, and the Evangelist Luke version is en tled the same. Ma hew s and Mark s tellings have both the Pharisees and/or their underlings approach Jesus, along with the Herodians (who favored the tax because they were in King Herod s camp, and Herod was in Caesar s camp). Luke calls these people approaching Jesus spies sent in the guise of honest men. In all cases, though, the intended end game is the same: to embarrass Jesus, to trip him up in his speech, to force him to choose one allegiance (God) over another (the state). Teacher, they begin, we know that you are a truthful man and that you teach the way of God in accordance with the truth Tell us then, what is your opinion: Is it lawful to pay the census tax to Caesar or not? Jesus counters quickly and decisively, first by chiding his antagonists, and then by actually engaging them in the conversa- on. Why are you trying to trip me up, you hypocrites? he responds. Then he asks for the coin used to pay the tax. When his challengers hand him the Roman coin, Jesus con nues, Whose image is this, and whose inscrip on? The challengers reply, Caesar s, which prompts Jesus to say in turn, Then give to Caesar what is Caesar s, but give to God what is God s. Ma hew completes his telling of the story with, Taken aback by his reply, they went off and le him. Per Mark, Their amazement at him Support Staff Mrs. Zofia Mazurek, Parish Secretary Sr. Kamila Wojdyla, Administrative Assistant Ms. Elizabeth Ceisel-Mikowska, Bulletin Editor Mr. Kamil Duda, Website Designer/Editor Liturgical Bro. Dr. James Drangsholt, Director of Music/Liturgy, Lector & EM Coordinator Mr. Kamil Duda, Polish Music Director Dcn. Irv Hotcaveg, Deacon Emeritus Ms. Jane Lohrmann, Homebound Ministers of Care Scheduler Parish Council Mrs. Sophie Kass President, Stanley Mastalerz, Anthony Mangiaracina, Peter Holod, Irene Heidelbauer, MaryAnn Barnhart, Joyce McGiniss, Elizabeth Kata, Maria Gal, Br. James Drangsholt, ExOfficio Members: Dr. Lucine Mastalerz, Sr. Anna Strycharz Parish Finance Committee Mr. Tom Bucaro-Chairperson, Fr. Jason Torba, Mrs. MaryAnn Barnhart, Mr. Gene Szaben, ExOfficio Members: Mr. Martin Wojtulewicz-Parish Accountant, Sr. Kamila Wojdyla, Irene Heidelbauer, Dr. Lucine Mastalerz Parish Organizations and Prayer Groups Boy Scout: Mr. Vince Clemente, Coordinator Fish Fry: Mrs. Pat Wenzl, Coordinator Friendship Club: Mrs. Patricia Flynn, President Girl Scout: Mrs. Joyce McGinniss, Coordinator Knights of Columbus Mater Christi Council: Mr. Edward Weyna, Grand Knight ON COINAGE, AND IMAGES Copyright 2014 by John B. Reynolds St. Ferdinand Parish knew no bounds. And per Luke, They were unable to trap him publicly in speech. His answer completely disconcerted them and reduced them to silence. Again in all three versions, Jesus uses the intended trap as a teaching moment, and like all good teachers, he leaves his ques oners not necessarily with answers, but with food for thought. As I ponder the passage, and as I ponder further that each evangelist quotes Jesus the same when it comes to giving to Caesar what is Caesar s and to God what is God s, I wonder what it means. What exactly it means. The giving-to-caesar part seems straigh orward, but I remember reading somewhere once that to understand the giving-to-god part, we have to go back to the Book of Genesis. OK. And there, we find this passage: God created man in his image; in his divine image he created him; male and female he created them. Do you see the connec on? When given the Roman coin, Jesus asks, Whose image is this? The coin was made in Caesar s image, so it ul mately belongs to Caesar. By comparison, we are made in God s image, so we ul mately belong to God. Yes, we pay the state what they are due, but what they are due--though it may not seem to be the case each April--is finite. But since everything we have--and everything we are--is God-given, everything we have/are is already God s. What is God s due, then? Our very selves. Which is easy to forget dayto-day. So day-to-day, let s all strive not to. Knights of Columbus Ladies Auxiliary: Marcia Codak Ladies of St. Anne: Mrs. Violet DelVecchio, President Legion of Mary: Mr. Thomas Sobczak & Miss Aurora Almeida, Co-Presidents Legion of Mary, Juniors: Mrs. Emma Camara, President Irving Park Catholic Woman s Club: Mrs. Dolores Schoewe Market Day: Ms. Pat DelBoccio, Coordinator Polish Altar Servers Fr. Michal Wyrzykowski, Moderator English Altar Servers: Fr. Marcin Zasada, Moderator Polish Club of the Good Shepherd: Mr. Andrzej Parada, President Polish Rosary Group: Mrs. Helena Lesak, President Polish School Parents Assn.: Mrs. Bogusława Łakomy, Pres. Radość: Ms. Marzena Kulesza, Music Teacher Kropeczki: Sr. Anna Strycharz Polonia: Ms. Anna Krysinski St. Ferdinand Athletic: Mrs. Linda Ward St. Ferdinand Polish Highlanders Club: Mr. Tadeusz Kulasik, President St. Ferdinand School Board: Mrs. MaryAnn Barnhart, Chairperson St. Vincent DePaul Society: Mr. Stanley Mastalerz, President Teens of Our Church (TORCH): Fr. Michal Wyrzykowski Youth Minister The Faustinum Association of Apostles of the Divine Mercy: Fr. Michal Wyrzykowski, Moderator Ushers Club: Mr. Peter Holod, President Pro-Life Coordinators: Tony Mangiaracina, Helena Lasak Chapel Choir Conductor Julie Tupiak Word of Life Dito Camara Holy Spirit Missionary Association: Sr. Elwira Dziuk Notre Dame Athletics: Mrs. Linda Ward Notre Dame Board of Directors: Ms. Sue Miller & Ms. Noreen Musica
14 St. Ferdinand Church 5900 W. Barry Ave. Chicago, IL Phone: (773) St. Ferdinand Parish Rev. Zdzisław (Jason) Torba, Pastor Rev. Marcin Zasada, Associate Pastor Rev. Michael Wyrzykowski, Associate Pastor Rev. Albert Judy, OP PT Associate Pastor Rev. Raymond O Connor, CMF Weekend Help Br. James Drangsholt, OSF In Residence ENGLISH MASS TIMES POLISH Weekdays W ciągu tygodnia 8:00 AM & 12:00 Noon 7:00 PM Saturdays Sobota 8:00 AM and 5:00 PM (Anticipated) 7:00 AM Sundays Niedziela 8:30 AM 7:00 AM 10:00 AM (Chapel) 10:15 AM 12:30 PM 3:00 PM 5:00 PM 7:00 PM RECONCILIATION / SAKRAMENT SPOWIEDZI Monday Saturday / od poniedziałku do soboty 6:30 PM 7:00 PM Saturday / Sobota 8:30 AM 9:00 AM First Friday of the month / Pierwszy piątek miesiąca 6:00 PM 7:30 PM St. Ferdinand School: Dr. Lucine Mastalerz, Head of Schools Notre Dame High School for Girls Office: Irene Heidelbauer Director Religious Education Office: ex. 352 Sr. Anna Strycharz D.R.E. St. Ferdinand Polish Saturday School: ex 303 Sr. Genowefa Potaczała Principal Christian OutReach (COR): Mrs. Lu Caravette, Director Missionary Sisters of Christ the King Sr. Anna Strycharz, Superior Sr. Kamila Wojdyla, Sr. Anna Gorska Sr. Genowefa Potaczała BAPTISM: For Children: a pre-baptism class is required for Baptism of the first child. Classes are held in English on the first Wednesday of each month at 7:30PM in the Church, and in Polish on the last Tuesday of each month at 7:30PM in the Church. Following registration, the sacrament of Baptism is celebrated in English on the second Saturday each month at 6:00PM and on the fourth Sunday of the month at the 12:30PM Mass. The sacrament of Baptism is celebrated in Polish on the first Saturday of the month at 6:00PM and on the third Sunday of the month at the 3:00PM Mass. Please call the rectory to register at 773/ For Adults: Classes are taught through the Rite of Christian Initiation Program (RCIA) on Sunday mornings at 10:00AM. Please call Stan Mastalerz, the RCIA Director at 773/ for more information. MARRIAGES: Must be arranged at least four months prior to the ceremony. Please call the rectory.
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www.stferdinandchurch.com Page Two Third Ordinary Sunday January 25, 2015 Mass Intentions The sanctuary lamps this week are lit for: Ros e and Ann C oc o Marriage Banns Second: Piotr Maziarz and Catherine
www.stferdinandchurch.com At some point, Christ will question me: What have you done with my people? Are they holier because of your ministry? Are they more generous, more loving toward others? In short,
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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
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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
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The Ascension of the Lord May 17, 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 - Ext.
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
Third Sunday in Ordinary Time January 25, 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
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
Saint Joseph Basilica Parish of the Third Millennium Mission Statement Saint Joseph Parish is committed to proclaim the gospel message of Jesus Christ as a Catholic community of faith, by promoting a sense
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
Saint Francis Borgia Church 8033 W. Addison St. Chicago, IL 60634 773-625-1118 www.saintfrancisborgiachicago.com Our Lord Jesus Christ, King of the Universe November 23, 2014 Mass Schedule Monday - Friday:
Saint Francis Borgia Church 8033 W. Addison St. Chicago, IL 60634 773-625-1118 www.saintfrancisborgiachicago.com The Fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time February 1, 2015 Mass Intentions Saturday, January 31,
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