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1 SAINT FABIAN CATHOLIC COMMUNITY PARAFIA ŒWIÊTEGO FABIANA 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 SEVENTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME JULY 29, 2018 You Give Them Something to Eat In today s gospel, Jesus s disciples were convinced that they were not able to feed the large crowd of hungry people. But Jesus did not allow to dismiss the hungry, instead Jesus told the crowd to sit down for a meal. Everyone saw the power of God when the Lord committed the miracle of multiplying the five loaves of bread and two fish in order to feed the gathered listeners. Even the lack of faith demonstrated by the apostles did not prevent Jesus from committing the miracle. We see around us people who do not respect the things they have. They throw away a large amount of food or other good and useful things. There are also families who do not have anything to eat or to wear in their homes, or are not able to send their children somewhere on vacation. As Christians, we are called not only to overcome hunger by fighting the roots of its cause, but also to share with the needy. We should also not complain that there is nothing that we can do with hunger. Jesus tells us: You give them something to eat, because He knew that from doing this, we will be able to see more than just the tip of our own nose. For our own good, we are supposed to open our hearts, pockets, and refrigerators so we do not close ourselves off within our selfishness. You give them something to eat means you alone are not able to satisfy the needs of the world, you need the help from Jesus. But do not blame the problem solely on God, because our engagement in building God s kingdom on Earth is supposed to cause no person to go hungry or thirsty within our community. Jesus calls us to have a sensitive focus, noble hearts, and open eyes. We have steered away from this concept. We wait until we are asked to help, until we are asked again to help, until someone sits on the street with a little box in front of them and then we believe they need help if they look tired and dirty enough. But Jesus looked with His heart- He knew they were hungry, which is why He did not ask them if they wanted something to eat. Are we to guess the needs of others? Are we supposed to risk helping those who do not need assistance? It seems to me that when having some kind of risk, it is better to offer unnecessary help than not giving the aid that is necessary. When we begin to prioritize, we risk the change in where we no longer look with our hearts but look with our pockets. We will turn a blind eye on God and humankind. In Christianity, it is not just about buying a bun but also to give that bun in the same way as Jesus would. We are supposed see the hungry and look onto them, so that we can see beyond the flesh and deep into their soul. For this very purpose, Jesus fed the hungry in the desert. In his Encyclical God is Love, Pope Benedict XVI writes Love caritas will always prove necessary, even in the most just society. There is no ordering of the State so just that it can eliminate the need for a service of love. Whoever wants to eliminate love is preparing to eliminate man as such. There will always be suffering which cries out for consolation and help. There will always be loneliness. There will always be situations of material need where help in the form of concrete love of neighbor is indispensable. (28b).

3 PAGE 3 SEVENTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME JULY 29, 2018 READINGS FOR THIS WEEKEND FIRST READING: 2 KINGS 4:42-44 A man came from Baal-shalishah bringing to Elisha, the man of God, twenty barley loaves made from the firstfruits, and fresh grain in the ear. Elisha said, "Give it to the people to eat." But his servant objected, "How can I set this before a hundred people?" Elisha insisted, "Give it to the people to eat." "For thus says the LORD, 'They shall eat and there shall be some left over.'" And when they had eaten, there was some left over, as the LORD had said. SECOND READING: EPHESIANS 4:1-6 Brothers and sisters: I, a prisoner for the Lord, urge you to live in a manner worthy of the call you have received, with all humility and gentleness, with patience, bearing with one another through love, striving to preserve the unity of the spirit through the bond of peace: one body and one Spirit, as you were also called to the one hope of your call; one Lord, one faith, one baptism; one God and Father of all, who is over all and through all and in all. GOSPEL: JOHN 6:1-15 Jesus went across the Sea of Galilee. A large crowd followed him, because they saw the signs he was performing on the sick. Jesus went up on the mountain, and there he sat down with his disciples. The Jewish feast of Passover was near. When Jesus raised his eyes and saw that a large crowd was coming to him, he said to Philip, "Where can we buy enough food for them to eat?" He said this to test him, because he himself knew what he was going to do. Philip answered him, "Two hundred days' wages worth of food would not be enough for each of them to have a little." One of his disciples, Andrew, the brother of Simon Peter, said to him, "There is a boy here who has five barley loaves and two fish; but what good are these for so many?" Jesus said, "Have the people recline." Now there was a great deal of grass in that place. So the men reclined, about five thousand in number. Then Jesus took the loaves, gave thanks, and distributed them to those who were reclining, and also as much of the fish as they wanted. When they had had their fill, he said to his disciples, "Gather the fragments left over, so that nothing will be wasted." So they collected them, and filled twelve wicker baskets with fragments from the five barley loaves that had been more than they could eat. When the people saw the sign he had done, they said, "This is truly the Prophet, the one who is to come into the world." Since Jesus knew that they were going to come and carry him off to make him king, he withdrew again to the mountain alone.

4 PAGE 4 SEVENTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME JULY 29, 2018 ADORATION of the BLESSED SACRAMENT Come visit Jesus in the Chapel anytime this Monday from: 12:00 Noon to 6:30 p.m. Benediction will be at 6:15 p.m. Sometimes we look so intently toward the top of our mountain that we stumble over the steps leading to it. The journey begins just where you are with blessings in every step. TREASURES FROM OUR TRADITION Last Wednesday, the greatest pilgrimage in our tradition ended with the feast of Saint James at his shrine in Compostela, Spain. Every year, as many as a hundred thousand persons walk a portion of the medieval way of the pilgrim, earning the right to wear the scallop shell symbol of this journey of faith. In legend, this city on the northern coast of Spain is the final resting place of the apostle, and the full name of the cathedral is Saint James of the Field of Stars. There is a tradition that Saint James the Great preached there. In the Roman Catholic tradition, the pilgrimage, like any procession, is a symbol, life s journey distilled, a powerful sign of our journey toward a certain goal. The perils of the road, the support of companions, the contemplative slower pace of life, have the potential to transform and renew the pilgrims in ways that last a lifetime. Along the way, the distinctions between rich and poor fall away, and everyone shares humble rustic food and stops for the night in hostels or under the stars. After a long walk, the experience of entering through the great doors into the vast cathedral filled with incense, light, and song is a foretaste of heaven. The pilgrims often say that their whole lives are redirected toward that moment of entry into the heavenly Jerusalem. The most memorable feature of the cathedral is called the botofumeiro, an incense burner on pulleys and chains that sweeps through the cathedral in immense circles, swirling clouds of sweet-smelling incense around the vast nave. Rev. James Field, Copyright J. S. Paluch Co. BLESSING OF EXPECTANT MOTHERS NEXT SUNDAY - AUGUST 5, 2018 On the first Sunday of each month, St. Fabian Parish offers a blessing for expectant mothers, fathers and their unborn children, immediately following the 9:30 a.m. Mass and we ll meet in the Chapel. The blessing is given to strengthen mothers & fathers during the time of waiting and to pray for the health and safe delivery of their child. This blessing may be received monthly throughout the pregnancy. ~ Deacon Ron READINGS FOR THE WEEK Monday: Jer 13:1-11; Dt 32:18-21; Mt 13:31-35 Tuesday: Jer 14:17-22; Ps 79:8, 9, 11, 13; Mt 13:36-43 Wednesday: Jer 15:10, 16-21; Ps 59:2-4, 10-11, 17-18; Mt 13:44-46 Thursday: Jer 18:1-6; Ps 146:1b-6ab; Mt 13:47-53 Friday: Jer 26:1-9; Ps 69:5, 8-10, 14; Mt 13:54-58 Saturday: Jer 26:11-16, 24; Ps 69:15-16, 30-31, 33-34; Mt 14:1-12 Sunday: Ex 16:2-4, 12-15; Ps 78:3-4, 23-25, 54; Eph 4:17, 20-24; Jn 6:24-35 The eyes of all look hopefully to you, and you give them their food in due season. Psalm 145:15

5 PAGE 5 SEVENTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME JULY 29, 2018 Indeed, like clay in the hand of the potter, so are you in my hand. - Jeremiah 18 Seventeenth Week in Ordinary Time The Seventeenth Sunday in Ordinary Time begins five weeks of Sunday reflections on Chapter 6 of John's Gospel on Jesus as the Bread of Life. This Sunday is the miracle of the five barley loaves and two fishes. Then Jesus took the loaves, gave thanks, and distributed them to those who were reclining, and also as much of the fish as they wanted. Tuesday is the Memorial of Saint Ignatius of Loyola, the founder of the Society of Jesus. Jesuit institutions around the world will joyfully celebrate their founder whose Spiritual Exercises are a great gift to the Church. Wednesday is the Memorial of Saint Alphonsus Liguori, bishop and doctor of the Church. Saturday is the Memorial of Saint John Mary Vianney, the patron saint of priests. The first readings this week continue to be from the Book of the Prophet Jeremiah. Jeremiah delivers God's messages about the laxity of the rulers. It is a powerful call to conversion for all of us today. We continue to read from Matthew's Gospel this week, entering into sayings of Jesus about the Kingdom of God. God's reign is like mustard seeds and it is like yeast. It's coming and growth is small and slow, but it is assured. It may be compared to a field where an enemy sowed weeds among the good seed. Jesus knows the world is full of both the children of God, and also the children of the Evil One - mixed together. We need not worry. It is God who will judge at the end of time. The Kingdom is like a buried treasure or a merchant's search for a really fine pearl. It is worth investing all we have in it. The Kingdom is like the net used for fishing which gathers everything in it. At the end of time God will gather all to separate the good from the evil. We hear that Jesus could not work miracles in his home town, because of their lack of faith in him. They thought they knew him and therefore took him for granted. Herod arrested John because John's preaching was bothering his conscience. He had John beheaded to honor a drunken promise to his niece and an oath to impress his guests. On the 18th Sunday in Ordinary Time, we are in the second of five Sunday gospels from the 6th chapter of John's gospel and the Bread of Life readings. Jesus tells the crowd, Do not work for food that perishes but for the food that endures for eternal life, which the Son of Man will give you. 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 whole week could be a time for each of us to grow in a sense of what we most deeply desire. If we let Sunday's gospel open our hearts we might find ourselves asking, begging God for what we need. And we can let the daily gospels renew our hope. Have we become cynical and jaded a bit? The world does seem to be like a field someone sowed weeds into. The growth of God's reign in this world doesn't seem to be growing, and the seeds seem so small. This is a good week to get in touch with what is discouraged in our hearts and to let the courage the Lord is offering us renew us. He promises that even small seeds work and that even a little yeast allows dough to grow. The process is sometimes imperceptible, but that's why Jesus reminds us to place our trust in him. Our own hearts might be full of weeds, but the Lord doesn't want us ripping ourselves apart. He is full of mercy and healing reconciliation. Jesus does not want us to be scandalized by the evil we see in the world. God is patient. And, God alone will judge. So every day this week, we can begin our day, establishing a focus. This might be while standing next to our bed for a brief minute, or while pouring ourselves a cup of coffee, or while in the shower or getting dressed. This is the time that can transform any busy day into a more focused time of connection with our Lord. Using all sorts of background times throughout the day will take no extra time for prayer, but will make it possible to let these powerful scriptures interact with the daily events and relationships with which we are involved. One morning we might begin our day, simply by saying, Lord, thank you for this day. Help me to pay attention to what and who I'm treasuring today. Or, Lord, be with me this day and help me check my need to judge others. Help me place my trust in you today. While in the shower or going to work I might talk with the Lord about the day ahead, asking for particular help, focus, or a new way of valuing during that difficult 10 a.m. meeting or with the clients or students or patients I will see. While doing the wash or shopping or preparing meals or while taking time with my family or friends in the evening, I can let myself have these 30 second friend-to -friend conversations with the Lord. The readings provide a compass for our daily journey, but it is the continual practice at connecting with our Lord that carries us through the day. Looking back and saying thank you every night, if even for 30 seconds, will gradually transform us and give us more courage and hope.


7 PAGE 7 SEVENTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME JULY 29, 2018 Tickets are $20 each with 17 chances to win! The raffle follows the Professional Football Season which starts September 6th. You get three different teams to Follow each week. You ll add the total score of all three teams and the highest three winning cards and the lowest three winning cards of the raffle will win prize money each week. We also monitor weekly winners! Tickets will be sold in the Narthex after all Masses on: August 11th & 12th August 18th & 19th August 25th & 26th Make checks payable to: St. Fabian Just to let you know... In the near future we will be moving the Parish Office from the Rectory to Room 5 in the Parish Center. More information to follow.


9 S CHEDULE OF REGULAR EVENTS SUNDAY AA: Rm. 3, 6:30 8:00 PM Children s Liturgy: During 9:30 Mass, Rm. 3 (Resumes in September) Polish Choir Practice - 5:30 p.m. 1st: Blessing of Expectant Mothers after 9:30 Mass (in the Chapel) 3rd: Sip of Faith Café, 10-11:30 AM, O Meara Hall in January, March, May, October & December only MONDAY SPRED, Rms. 7-8, 7 PM Eucharistic Adoration Chapel: 12 Noon - 6:30 PM 1st: Teachers, O Meara & All Rooms, 6:30 PM (Resumes in September) 2nd & 4th: K.C. s, Room 9, 7:30 PM 4th: Coordinators, Rm. 4, 6:30 PM 4th: St. Vincent DePaul Food Pick-up: 10AM-12 Noon 4th: Transformation Committee, Rm. 3, 7PM TUESDAY R.C.I.A., O Meara Hall, 7-8:30 PM (Resumes in September - Subject to change) Baptism Prep., Rm 5, 7:30 PM (Subject to change) 1st: K.C. Officer Meeting, Rm. 3, 7:00 PM 1st: Women s Club Board, Rm. 8, 6-8PM 2nd: Polish Rosary Group, Rm. 6, 6-9 PM 4th: Baptism Bib Ladies, Rm. 5, 9:30-11 AM (Subject to change) WEDNESDAY Religious Ed, 8th Grade: 7-8:15 PM, Rooms 6,7,8,9,10 (Resumes in September) A.A., Rooms 2 &. 3, 8 PM 4th: Eliz. Ministry Core Group, Rectory, 7-10 PM THURSDAY Polish School: Rooms 1,2,3, 7, 8 & Kash, 5-9 PM (1st, 2nd & 4th Rms. 9 & 10 also) (Resumes in September) Children s Bell Choir: 4:00 4:30 (Sept - May) Children s Vocal Choir: Church, 4:30-5:30 (Sept - May) Adult Choir: Church, 7:15 p.m. Bible Study: Rm. 5, 7:00 p.m. (Subject to change) 3rd: Women s Club, O Meara, 7 PM 2nd & 4th: Senior s, Kash Hall, Noon Last: Elizabeth Ministry, Rm. 1, 10:30-Noon FRIDAY Polish School, All Rooms, 5-9PM (Resumes in September) Polish School Children s Choir, Rm. 3, 4-5PM (During School Year) N.A.: O Meara Hall; 9:30 AM - 12:00 Noon 1st: Eucharistic Day Adoration 9:00 AM - 12:00 Noon (Devotions and Adoration in the Chapel, Benediction at 12 noon) 1st: First Friday Polish Mass, 7pm SATURDAY Religious Ed., A & B Sessions All Rooms 8:45 10:45 AM. (Resumes in September) Polish School, All Rooms, 11:30AM-3:30 PM (Resumes in September) 1st: Saturday Devotions: 7 AM, Chapel 3rd: Our Lady of Ludżmierz Mass, 7 PM 4th: Our Lady of Perpetual Help Novena, 9:30 AM, Church S UN M ON T UE W ED T HU F RI S AT FOOTBALL MANIA Tickets will be sold in the Narthex after all Masses on: August 11th & 12th August 17th & 18th August 25th & 26th 5 Expectant Mothers Blessing after 9:30 Mass 18th Sunday in Ordinary First Friday th Sunday in Ordinary th Sunday in Ordinary Time st Sunday in Ordinary Assumption of the Blessed Virgin English Mass: 9 am & 6 pm Polish Mass: 10:30 am & 7:30 p.m. St. Fabian Catholic Community Knights of Columbus Car Show 9am-4pm 8300 S. Thomas Ave. Phone: Fax:

10 PAGE 10 SEVENTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME JULY 29, 2018 Weekly Collection July 1, June 30, 2019 Weekly Goal: $10, JULY 22, 2018 $ 10, ~ Quips from Deacon Charlie ~ Prayer for the Week: Father, may we make every effort to be one, respecting and valuing each other and our various gifts and talents. Thought for the Week: We need one another in order to be what God wants us to be. Year-to-date Deficit: $ 5, Marriage Banns I Marek Jurco - Timea Gallikova Become a part of our Parish... Keep this Information handy for summer travel: You can always access Mass times via the internet at: PRAY FOR OUR FRIENDS AND RELATIVES IN THE MILITARY Jonathon Aguirre, Kenneth W. Annel, Junior Browren, Anthony Gonzalez, Maria Gross, Troy Gryga, Joseph Klaus, Thomas Hummel, Michelle Klaus, Christopher Koutsis, David Leyden, Patrick Leyden, Wayne G. Lewen, Jr., David Malinowski, Kevin McEnaney, Ryan McHeffy, Michael Michalek, Heather Quinlan, Mike Snee, Anthony Spear, Richard Stone, Luke Tatar, Christopher Thomas, Melanie Thomas, Steve Williams, Joel Winter, Robert Wnek, Cody Wolin 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 Parish Registration forms can be found on the counter in the Narthex. Simply complete the form and drop it in any collection basket. INVITATION TO PRAYER Would you be interested in becoming a Minister of Praise? It s the perfect ministry for seniors, the homebound, the chronically ill, and anyone who feels the power of prayer. A Minister of Praise prays for the people on our sick list and the special intentions we send you. If you re interested, please contact Paula Daley, Ministry of Care Director, at to be added to our address list. You ll receive a prayer book, a small rosary and a newsletter published four times a year with the names of the sick people in our parish and a list of special intentions to pray for. Think about it PRAYER is a quiet yet powerful force.

11 PAGE 11 SEVENTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME JULY 29, 2018 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 First Friday: 6:00 7:00 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 J. Tipperreiter I. Slota J. Vojtanek F. Polansky D. Pospishil J. Mateja A. Cison Lector 2 E. Kazelas T. Wroblewska R. Kavales T. Paluch J. McGuire A. Swietoslawski J. Stafiera Lector 3 E. Jedynasty A. Kulach Host 1 E. Nathan E. Jedynasty L. Sheehan P. Swiatkowski P. Kroll K. Tylka Z. Komperda Host 1A M.A. Moisan I. Slota L. Barnes J. DeLara A. Swietoslawski J. Stafiera Host 3 M. Beliveau L. Guerrero D. Moriarty C. Golesz M. Bobek A. Cison Host 4 A. Hallman R. Kavales M. McCalip J. Frydrychowski Wine 1 M. Carpenter A. Montoya J. Latona V. Vogel Wine 1A A. DuPraw J. Ormins S. Huskey Wine 2 S. Dedic Deacon Tom Deacon Ron A. Cortes Wine 3 D. Fierke M. Guerrero J. Pawlicki D. Meldazis Wine 4 J. Schultz J. Macias T. Bosworth R. Harding T. Loesche A. Toczek A. Gmiterek M. Gunderson A. Milewski V. Kudlinski MASS INTENTIONS FOR THE WEEK REMEMBER THE SICK OF OUR PARISH IN YOUR PRAYERS Sunday, July 29, :30 AM Edward Dlugopolski, Jozef Obrochta, Stanislaw Styrczula, Zofia Kenig, Zdzislaw Jakubczak, Jozef i Andrzej Chraca, Dorota Potoczny, Stanislaw Krzywocz, Aniela i Jan Bobek 8:00 AM John Peregrym, Stanley Lach 9:30 AM Anna & Wojciech Moskal, Celina Zaborowski, Pedro Briseno 11:00 AM Dolores Perczynski, Paulina & Jan Krupa (1st Wedding Anniversary), Patryk Krupa (7th Birthday) 12:45 PM Pawel Lojek, Jozef Ligas, Maria Suwada, Robert Janik, Jozef Pawlica, Jozef Komperda, Wiktoria Czop, Wlodzimierz Baran, Jacek Sikora 7:00 PM Irena Fiodorczuk, Tadeusz i Jozef Lipski, Wladyslawa i Jadwiga Lipska, Hendryka Niewiarowska, Jozefina i Augustyn Albertusiak, Maria, Karol i Alojzy Stachulak, Czeslawa Lepkowcki, Wladyslaw Molek, Tomasz Bukala Monday, July 30, :00 AM Stanley Lupins Tuesday, July 31, :00 AM John Meade, Michael Meade Wednesday, August 1, :00 AM Daniel Dougherty Thursday, August 2, :00 AM Della Lupa Friday, August 3, First Friday 9:00 AM John & Joan Bedalow 7:00 PM Irena Fiodorczuk, Tadeusz i Jozef Lipski, Wladyslawa i Jadwiga Lipska, Hendryka Niewiarowska, Jan i Rosalia Kwak Saturday, August 4, :00 PM Lavern & Ansel Ray, Joseph Zahradnik, Chuck Lema Sunday, August 5, :30 AM Edward Dlugopolski, Jozef Obrochta, Stanislaw Styrczula, Zofia Kenig, Jozef i Andrzej Chraca, Bronislawa Tomczyk, Janina Sadelska, Maria i Franciszek Lesnicki 8:00 AM Raul K. Duque 9:30 AM Clifford Mock, Carole Stauder, People of The Parish 11:00 AM John Meade, Poor Souls in Purgatory 12:45 PM Pawel Lojek, Jozef Ligas, Jan Rol, Robert Janik, Helena, Jan i Stanley Maka, Wlodzimierz, Piotr i Marianna Walocha, Waclaw Cupia, Komperda Family Blessings, Jacek Sikora 7:00 PM Maria Suwada, Irena Fiodorczuk, Tadeusz i Jozef Lipski, Wladyslawa i Jadwiga Lipska, Hendryka Niewiarowska, Jozefina i Augustyn Albertusiak, Maria, Karol i Alojzy Stachulak, Wladyslaw Molek Luz Acevado Joseph Aniol Frankie Annel Betty Armstrong Elizabeth Lee Ascensio Katie Aston Jerolyn Auton Bud, Theresa & Christina Baldwin Eugene Bartkowiak David Bender Joan Berquist Joe Bizub Fr. Ted Bojczuk James Burian Lynn Callahan John Ciciora Sam Clanton Matthew Coughlin Mary Jane Crowhurst D Agostino Family Mary Daniels Avery DiBow Carmen Di Miele Cathy Duska Mary Anne Dyer David & Robert Dziedzic Raymond Figura Nicholas Fillion Carol Fiore Michael Fox Karen Fulton Jim Galemb Rosalio Garcia, Sr. Patricia Gardner Gilbert Garza Eric Gefvert Eric Ginther Karen Gleasner Joanna Glow Jose Gomez Irene Graff Nancy Granato Loretta Grossman Pat Guglielmo Beverly Hadley Randall Harding Rusty Harding Michael Herbert Jay Higginson Rachel & Thomas Hernandez Rosemarie Hidalgo Bob Horstmann Natalie Horvath Edward & Janina Hosaniak Wilma Hudson Stephanie Huskey Marilyn Jaborski-Borowy Walter Jachec Grace Jacklin Arlene Jaguszewski Denise & Richard Jandura Eugene F. 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12 PAGE 12 SEVENTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME JULY 29, 2018 PIERWSZE CZYTANIE 2 Krl 4,42-44 Elizeusz rozmna a chleb Czytanie z Drugiej Ksiêgi Królewskiej Pewien cz³owiek przyszed³ z Baal- Szalisza, przynosz¹c mê owi Bo emu, Elizeuszowi, chleba z pierwocin, dziesiêæ chlebów jêczmiennych i œwie ego zbo a w worku. On zaœ rozkaza³: Podaj ludziom i niech jedz¹. Lecz s³uga jego odrzek³: Jak e to rozdzielê miêdzy stu ludzi? A on odpowiedzia³: Podaj ludziom i niech jedz¹, bo tak mówi Pan: «Nasyc¹ siê i pozostawi¹ resztki». Po³o y³ wiêc to przed nimi, a ci jedli i pozostawili resztki, wed³ug s³owa Pañskiego. Oto S³owo Bo e. PSALM RESPONSORYJNY: Ps 145, Otwierasz rêkê, karmisz nas do syta. Niech Ciê wielbi¹, Panie, wszystkie Twoje dzie³a i niech Ciê b³ogos³awi¹ Twoi œwiêci. Niech mówi¹ o chwale Twojego królestwa i niech g³osz¹ Twoj¹ potêgê. Oczy wszystkich zwracaj¹ siê ku Tobie, a Ty karmisz ich we w³aœciwym czasie. Ty otwierasz sw¹ rêkê i karmisz do syta wszystko, co yje. Pan jest sprawiedliwy na wszystkich swych drogach i ³askawy we wszystkich swoich dzie³ach. Pan jest blisko wszystkich, którzy Go wzywaj¹, wszystkich wzywaj¹cych Go szczerze. Otwierasz rêkê, karmisz nas do syta. CZYTANIA NA NIEDZIELÊ DRUGIE CZYTANIE Ef 4,1-6 Usi³ujcie zachowaæ jednoœæ Czytanie z Listu œwiêtego Paw³a Aposto³a do Efezjan Bracia: Zachêcam was ja, wiêzieñ w Panu, abyœcie postêpowali w sposób godny powo³ania, jakim zostaliœcie wezwani, z ca³¹ pokor¹ i cichoœci¹, z cierpliwoœci¹, znosz¹c siebie nawzajem w mi³oœci. Usi³ujcie zachowaæ jednoœæ Ducha dziêki wiêzi, jak¹ jest pokój. Jedno jest Cia³o i jeden Duch, bo te zostaliœcie wezwani w jednej nadziei, jak¹ daje wasze powo³anie. Jeden jest Pan, jedna wiara, jeden chrzest. Jeden jest Bóg i Ojciec wszystkich, który jest i dzia³a ponad wszystkimi, przez wszystkich i we wszystkich. Oto S³owo Bo e. ŒPIEW PRZED EWANGE- LI : k 7,16 Alleluja, Alleluja, Alleluja Wielki prorok powsta³ miêdzy nami i Bóg nawiedzi³ lud swój. Alleluja, Alleluja, Alleluja EWANGELIA J 6,1-15 Jezus rozmna a chleb S³owa Ewangelii wed³ug œwiêtego Jana Jezus uda³ siê za Jezioro Galilejskie, czyli Tyberiadzkie. Szed³ za Nim wielki t³um, bo widziano znaki, jakie czyni³ na tych, którzy chorowali. Jezus wszed³ na wzgórze i usiad³ tam ze swoimi uczniami. A zbli a³o siê œwiêto ydowskie, Pascha. Kiedy wiêc Jezus podniós³ oczy i ujrza³, e liczne t³umy schodz¹ siê do Niego, rzek³ do Filipa: Sk¹d kupimy chleba, aby oni siê posilili? A mówi³ to wystawiaj¹c go na próbê. Wiedzia³ bowiem, co mia³ czyniæ. Odpowiedzia³ Mu Filip: Za dwieœcie denarów nie wystarczy chleba, aby ka dy z nich móg³ choæ trochê otrzymaæ. Jeden z uczniów Jego, Andrzej, brat Szymona Piotra, rzek³ do Niego: Jest tu jeden ch³opiec, który ma piêæ chlebów jêczmiennych i dwie ryby, lecz có to jest dla tak wielu? Jezus zatem rzek³: Ka cie ludziom usi¹œæ. A w miejscu tym by³o wiele trawy. Usiedli wiêc mê czyÿni, a liczba ich dochodzi³a do piêciu tysiêcy. Jezus wiêc wzi¹³ chleby i odmówiwszy dziêkczynienie, rozda³ siedz¹cym; podobnie uczyni³ i z rybami rozdaj¹c tyle, ile kto chcia³. A gdy siê nasycili, rzek³ do uczniów: Zbierzcie pozosta³e u³omki, aby nic nie zginê³o. Zebrali wiêc i u³omkami z piêciu chlebów jêczmiennych, które zosta³y po spo ywaj¹cych, nape³nili dwanaœcie koszów. A kiedy ci ludzie spostrzegli, jaki cud uczyni³ Jezus, mówili: Ten prawdziwie jest prorokiem, który mia³ przyjœæ na œwiat. Gdy wiêc Jezus pozna³, e mieli przyjœæ i porwaæ Go, aby Go obwo³aæ królem, sam usun¹³ siê znów na górê. Oto s³owo Pañskie.

13 PAGE 13 SEVENTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME JULY 29, 2018 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 11:30 pm-3:30 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 6:30 p.m. B³ogos³awieñstwo o godz. 6:15 p.m.

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16 8300 S. Thomas Avenue Bridgeview, IL St. Fabian Catholic Community Pastor: Rev. Gregory Warmuz Associate Pastor: Rev. Jan Bukowski, COr S. Thomas Avenue - Bridgeview, IL Parish Office Hours: Monday Friday 9:00 a.m. 9:00 p.m. (Closed from 1-2 p.m. 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. Grzegorz Warmuz Associate Pastor: Rev. Jan Bukowski, COr. Diaconal Ministry - Deacon Ron & Pam Zielinski Deacon Tom & Rhonda Hyde Senior Deacon Charles & Janet Tipperreiter Administrative Secretary - Mary Harvey Business Manager - William Brennan Administrative Assistant - Mary Ann Mularski Night Crew - Samantha Oberszkalski, Ewelina Soltys RCIA - (Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults) Ministry of Care - Director - Paula Daley Religious Education : English Program - Coordinator - Cindy Schlesser (M-W-F 9:00 am - 3:30 pm) Polish Program - Director - Rev. Gregory Warmuz Administrator: Maria Pocica (Czwartek & Piatek 5:00-9:00 pm; Sobota 11:30 3:30 pm) Music Ministry English Director - Deacon Raul Duque Music Ministry Polish Director - Ryszard Swiedrych Maintenance Ramon Plascencia