1 Page Two St. Florian Parish 31st Sunday in Ordinary Time MASSES FOR THE WEEK Weekend of November 3/4 4:00 PM + Barney Zielinski - Family 8:00 AM + Casimir Lapinski - Family 9:45 AM + Thomas Victor Berger - Sister 11:30 AM - For the Parishioners Monday, November 5 7:15 AM + Theresa & Harry Sosnowski - Daughters Tuesday, November 6 7:15 AM + Bernadette C. Madro - Laura, David, & Ron Jr. Kubiak Wednesday, November 7 7:15 AM + Frances Zakrzewski - Rita & Carl Thursday, November 8 7:15 AM + Robert Ostrowski - Rita & Carl Friday, November 9 8:15 AM + Joe Dejanovich - Family Saturday, November 10 7:30 AM + George Dobronics - Daughter & Son 4:00 PM + Anna Twardosz - Daughter Sunday. November 11 8:00 AM + Stephanie Gabrys - Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth Baker 9:45 AM + George Shideler - Mr. & Mrs. Robert Olejniczak 11:30 AM - For the Parishioners Week of November 4 - November 10 The Gifts of Bread & Wine are donated this week for Casimir Lapinski - Family The Tabernacle Candle will be lit this week for the Casimir Lapinski - Family READERS EUCHARISTIC MINISTERS 4:00 PM D. Karczewski J. Gibbons C. Motkowicz M. Cowperthwaite R. Haney A. Bonczek 8:00 AM K. Gibson N. Moll D. Ciciora E. Podsiadlik 9:45 AM C. Malone P. Maccagnano P. Haro P. O Rourke O. Haro M. Czarobski 11:30 AM L. Jimenez A. Davila 4:00 PM J. Struzik 8:00 AM R. Kopaczewski 9:45 AM V. Maccagnanao 11:30 AM C. Ramirez ALTAR SERVERS SATURDAY, November 10 4:00 PM R. Robles, M. Gomez, A. Villanueva SUNDAY, November 11 8:00 AM J. O Keefe, J. O Keefe, N. Meduga 9:45 AM P. Gomez, A. Shea, D. Shea 11:30 AM X. Gutierrez, J. Quintero USHERS 4:00 PM C. Cowperthwaite, M. Aducci E. Pindara, A. Lubanowski, T. Zalewski, N. Zalewski 8:00 AM A. Wopinski, T. Nester, A. Jasek, M. Noworyta, J. Shanahan, J. Young 9:45 AM E. Lihota, G. Slusarczyk, K. Podgorny, R. Furman, T. Baker, M. Gasior, 11:30 AM R. Manriquez, J. Gonzalez M. Suarez
2 November 4, 2012 St. Florian Parish Page Three KNOW THE MASS, ONE WORD AT A TIME Sing Most parish congregations singing at Mass certainly don t offer much competition to the Sistine Choir. We all have our share of off-key singers and raspy voices. But sing we do, and sing we must certainly at Mass. Why? When we sing, we let the music carry our words of prayer. And when we sing, we let the music gather us into one voice. When we sing, we begin to link ourselves with the choirs of heaven in the praise and thanksgiving of God. Think, for example, of the Holy, Holy, Holy. The words are drawn from the prophet Isaiah who had a vision of heaven and heard this music of the angels directed to the thriceholy, all-holy God. Here on earth, here at Mass, we make our humble beginning, connecting with angelic choirs. KNOW THE MASS, ONE WORD AT A TIME Cantar La mayoría de las asambleas parroquiales que cantan durante la misa, ciertamente no lo hacen por competir con el Coro de la Capilla Sixtina. Todos unimos y compartimos nuestras voces desafinadas y rasposas en cada celebración. De hecho cantamos, pero también es un deber cantar durante la misa. Por qué? Al cantar, la música transporta nuestras palabras orantes. Al cantar, dejamos que la música nos una en una sola voz. Al cantar, comenzamos a unirnos con los coros del cielo en la alabanza y la acción de gracias a Dios. Piensa, por ejemplo, en el Santo, Santo, Santo. Las palabras vienen del profeta Isaías que había tenido la visión del cielo y escuchó esta música de los ángeles dirigida al tres veces santo, al Dios santísimo. Aquí en la tierra, durante la misa, comenzamos a conectarnos con los coros angélicos en la presencia de Dios. Archdiocese of Chicago + Strategic Pastoral Plan YEAR OF SUNDAY MASS / YEAR OF FAITH 2012 Archdiocese of Chicago: Liturgy Training Publications. Visit our website at Archdiocese of Chicago + Strategic Pastoral Plan YEAR OF SUNDAY MASS / YEAR OF FAITH 2012 Archdiocese of Chicago: Liturgy Training Publications. Visit our website at November 4, 2012 The United States Bishop s Conference (USCCB) depends on informed Catholic voters to help collectively sway legislation to better respond to the genuine needs of the poor and the society s most vulnerable. Am I ready, willing and prepared to vote my conscious (which is continually shaped and formed in the Catholic Church) in this year s election? November 4, 2012 La Conferencia del obispo de Estados Unidos (USCCB) depende de votantes informados y católicos, quienes colectivamente pueden cambiar legislación para reflejar y responder a las necesidades genuinas de los pobres y más vulnerable de nuestra sociedad. Estoy listo, dispuesto y preparado para votar conscientemente (que es continuamente en forma y formado en la Iglesia Católica) en las elecciones de este año?
3 Page Four St. Florian Parish 31st Sunday in Ordinary Time We pray for... Charlotte Frjelich, Edward Kawa, Grant Joseph Bradtke, Larry Kawa, Stanley Wrona Sr., Austin Cichy, Elaine Antuna,, John Koza, Harriet Brodzik, Mary Rolek, Dorita De Cardona, Michael Boston, Steven Schwartz, Marietta Falbo, Linda Stannish, Yesenia Guajardo, Beth Lasseter, Chestine Trzupek, Thomas Frain, Laurie Ferry, Irma Bulatovich, Leona Krawczyk, Stanley Bonczek, Kevin Chocholek, Chris Wopinski, Philip Corich, David Donahue, Ricardo Morales, Bob Konecek, Martha Kowalkowski, Paul Sherman, Michael Auld, Rosa Guadalupe Guajardo, Jim & Ann Cummings, Dennis Grzyb, Asunción Villalpondo, Thomas J. Lohr, Irma Garcia,, Karen Kil, Bertha Soto, Martin Covarrubias, Joseph B. Mistarz, Jr., Policarpo Naya, Genoveva Nateras, Peter Ladowski, Barry Piotrowski, Melissa Young, Rosie Dunmore, Carl Abram, Felicia Pancer, Helen & John Larson, Irene Stincic, Michelle Kendra, Shirley Ostrowski, Maryann Henney, Paul & Pat Pirowski, Joe Moncada, Alfonso Soto, Dianne Williams, Allysa Garcia, Helen Hennessy, Bob Frjelich, Charlene Jones, Barbara Anderson, Anna Mrdak, Chester Zakrzewski, Ron Jezior, Katharina Makara, Emily Prytherch, Stanley Kucia, Residents of Hammond-Whiting Care Center and Residents of Dolton Health Care Center and Residents of Burnham Terrace. We pray for the homebound, sick and hospitalized. If your name appears in the above list and you no longer wish to be included due to recovery, please contact the Rectory at 773/ R E A D I NGS F O R THE W EEK Monday - Nov. 5 Reading Philippians 2:1-4 Gospel Luke 14:12-14 Tuesday - Nov. 6 Reading Philippians 2:5-11 Gospel Luke 14:15-24 Wednesday - Nov. 7 Reading Philippians 2:12-28 Gospel Luke 14:25-33 Thurs. Nov. 8 Reading Philippians 3:3-8a Gospel Luke 15:1-10 Friday - Nov. 9 - Dedication of the Lateran Basilica Reading I Ezekiel 47:1-2, 8-9, 12 Reading II 1 Corinthians 3:9c-11, Gospel John 2:13-22 Saturday - Nov St. Leo the Great Reading Philippians 4:10-19 Gospel Luke 16:9-15 Sunday - Nov nd Sunday in Ordinary Time Reading I 1 Kings 17:10-16 Reading II Hebrews 9:24-28 Gospel Mark 12:38-44 In Remembrance Robert J. Olejniczak October 26, 2012 The Book of the Names of the Dead: Please take a moment before or after Mass to remember your loved ones by writing their names in our Book of Remembrance located in the front of Church. Election 2012 The Catholic Conference of Illinois is distributing a series of four bulletin inserts for the Election 2012 season. The inserts discuss the political impacts the upcoming election may have on the Catholic Church and the church s official position on moral and ethical dilemmas facing out society. The four inserts will be posted on St. Florian s website <florian.hegewisch.net > of the coming weeks. The schedule and topics for the inserts are as follows: For the weekend of Nov Religious Freedom While the Catholic Conference of Illinois of is non-partisan, the bishops offer a special insight on the positions of moral and ethical clarity which are considered paramount to the Catholic Church They ask you to pray over these important issues before you cast your ballot on Nov. 6. Thanksgiving Celebrations! Community Thanksgiving Prayer Service at Lebanon Lutheran Church Wednesday, Nov. 21 Let us celebrate the Thanksgiving season with our neighbors from Lebanon Lutheran and St. Columba. Your donations of non-perishable food items and your monetary contributions in the collection will greatly assist our St. Vincent de Paul Pantry. Fellowship and refreshments will follow the worship. All are welcome and encouraged to join together. St. Florian Parish Thanksgiving Day Mass Thursday, Nov. 22nd - 7:15 a.m. Please join us as we celebrate and give thanks for the blessings we have received this year and pray for God s continued love and protection. Please bring your dinner wine and bread for a special blessing during Mass. The Thanksgiving Day monetary offerings will be donated to our St. Vincent Food Pantry.
4 November 4, 2012 St. Florian Parish Page Five St. Florian School Happenings... visit us at - Super raffle Bingo bash SUNDAY, NOV. 11, 2012 (held in the School Gym 131st & Houston) Doors open 12:00 Games begin at 1:30 11:30 admittance with your ticket! $25.00 ticket includes Luncheon Buffet - Jimboo s (Served from 12:00-1:30) Beverage, Dessert, Set-Up, Raffle, Door Prizes, and More! $ Coverall Make checks payable to St. Florian School. Call the school office ( ) or stop in during school hours (7:30-3:00) to purchase your ticket. Only 150 Tickets Available!!! Thank you for your support! Market Day - Pick up on Friday, November 9th in the school gym from 2-3PM. Aluminum Can Recycling - Please bring your aluminum cans to the school parking lot on Wednesday, November 7th at 8AM. Carson s Community Day Coupon Books - St. Florian School will be selling Carson s Community Day coupon books. Your donation of $5 will get you $400 & more in exclusive coupon savings plus a $10 OFF coupon. The coupons are good for November 8th and 9th. Look for us after Mass in back of church. Coupon books are also available at the school office. Mission Statement of St. Florian School Our mission is to provide each student with a Catholic education in all areas. The faculty and school families join the parish staff and fellow parishioners to form a living Catholic faith community. Our school population is multicultural and fosters sensitivity to the needs of all. We promote the students burning desire for learning. Through education, service, support, formation and challenge, the students are called realize their potential spiritually, socially, and intellectually. For one hundred years our school has been committed to carry out the Gospel values of Jesus Christ on a daily basis. The Book of the Names of the Dead During the month of November, the Church prays especially for the souls of those who have gone before us in faith. The month begins with a special Mass of the Dead, on the commemoration of all the faithful departed, in which we remember all those in the parish who have died in the past year. Throughout the month, The Book of the Names of the Dead may be displayed a book which contains the names of those who have died, especially in the recent past. This book has its origins in the ancient necrologies ( list of the dead ) kept in many monasteries and other religious houses. In a way, this practice of having a parish book of the dead a parish necrology is a powerful expression of our Christian faith regarding death. Recall the practice in which a saint s feast day is determined by the date of his or her death their Dies Natalis, or day of birth - the day they are birthed into the new and eternal life of the kingdom. Our faith proclaims that death is nothing of which to be afraid. It is nothing of which to be afraid because our Master had gone there before us and, we proclaim, has conquered death. Rather than fearing death, we proclaim that it is our entrance into the great, eternal banquet feast of the Lamb. If your parish has the custom of displaying The Book of the Names of the Dead, be sure to visit it this month. Look through the names recorded in it, if you are able. Pray for those whose names are listed there. Written by Todd Williamson 2006 Liturgy Training Publications
5 Page Six St. Florian Parish 31st Sunday in Ordinary Time Please pray for our WEEKLY OFFERINGS October 27/28, 2012 Sunday Envelopes $2, Loose $ Energy $ Children s Offering $ Maintenance $ Bldg. Improvement $ Votives $ Total $2, St. Vincent de Paul Poor Box $ St. Vincent DePaul - During the past year, you have brought comfort and peace to many of our parishioners by your support of the St. Vincent de Paul Society. May the peace and joy of this Holy Season be yours. The Poor Boxes are the bread boxes of the poor. The People of St. Walter Parish Cordially invite you to attend the occasion of the Installation as our Pastor the Rev. James A. Mezydlo Sunday, November 4, 2012 at 10:30 am Reception to follow in Peterson Hall St. Walter Parish S. Oakley Ave. Chicago, IL Phone: (773) Service Members: Eugene Zmija, U.S. Air Force - SSgt David Burks, U.S. Army - SSgt Eric L. Abram, U.S. Air Force - Lt. Commdr. Nicholas Garcia, U.S. Navy Pilot - SPC Waylon Bader, U.S. Army - SPC Mark J. Dancer, U.S. Army - PVT Joshua Garza, U.S. Army - PVT Adam Garza, U.S. Army - Aaron Alvarez, U.S. Navy - MSgt James Ritchie, U.S. Air Force - Capt. Christopher Conner, U.S. Marine Corps - Sgt. Michael Marszalek, U.S. Army - Robert A. Islas, Jr., U.S. Navy - Sgt. Matthew R. McGivney, U.S.Army - Cpl Kristin Pala, U.S. Marine Corps - Capt. Lisa Klekowski, U.S.Army - PFC Patrick Paskiewicz - U.S. Army - PVT David Cook, U.S. Army - Seaman Laura A. Tomaczak, U.S. Navy - LTC Peter Allen Kubas - U.S. Army - A1C Kelly Shanahan - U.S. Air Force, - Master Sgt. Christopher Saberniak, U.S. Air Force - A1C Nicolaos Hofbauer, U.S. Air Force - Sgt. Ernest Silva, U.S. Marine Corps If you wish to have a family member added to this prayer list, please contact the Rectory at MARK YOUR CALENDAR Nov. 7 Religious Ed Catechists Mtg. (Rectory) 7:00 Nov. 8 Men s Choir Practice (Church) 5:00 St. Cecilia Choir (Church 6:00 Confirmation Session (KH) 7:00 Nov. 9 Market Day (Gym) 2:30 Holy Name (PMR) Officers 7:00 Members 8:00 Nov. 11 Super Bingo (Gym) Doors open at 12:00 Nov. 13 VFW (KH) 5:00 Faith Sharing (Rectory) 7:00 Nov. 14 SVDP Pantry (KH) 3:30 Evangelization Mtg. (KH) 5:30 Parents Club (KH) 6:30 Holy Name Society - The St. Florian Holy Name Society is sponsoring a Fiscal Raffle. 300 tickets are presently being sold by Holy Name Members. There will be a total of $1200 in cash prizes. There will be two drawings each month beginning with our January 2013 through June 2013 meetings. Each drawing will be worth $100. Each month you will have a chance to win per month because all entries are eligible each month. We thank you in advance for your support. GOOD LUCK! KC Spaghetti Dinner If you like their Pancake Breakfasts then you ll love their Spaghetti Dinner!! The dinner will be held on Saturday, November 10th from 4PM 7PM at the St. Columba Social Center, Greenbay Ave. Dinner will include salad, bread & butter, dessert, coffee, milk, and All You Care to Eat Spaghetti & Meatballs with Meat Sauce all for just $8.00 per person, $5.00 for kids 10 and under. Bring your friends & family! Plenty of parking. FOCUS ON THE POSITIVE The next Our Lady of Knock Church Focus on the Positive Adult Enrichment Program will be presented on Wednesday, November 7, 2012 for 7-8PM. The program will take place in the Our Lady of Knock Parish Hall located at rd Street in Calumet City. Speaker for the evening will be Deacon Tom Knetl. Deacon Tom s topic will be Advent All are invited to join us for an inspiring presentation. Refreshments will be served. All are welcome. For more information, please call the Our Lady of Knock Rectory at Organ Recital - Immaculate Conception Church at 88th and Commercial, will present an Organ Recital on Sunday, November 4th at 2PM in the church. The program is free and will last about an hour, but donations would be appreciated for continued repairs to the pipe organ. The organist for this recital will be Henry Di Cristofano
Page Two St. Florian Parish Fifth Sunday of Lent MASSES FOR THE WEEK Weekend of March 24/25 4:00 PM + Ted & Frieda Nawracaj - Ron & Irene Nawracaj 8:00 AM + Daniel Stevens - Mr. & Mrs. J. Turman 9:45 AM
Page Two St. Florian Parish 30th Sunday in Ordinary Time MASSES FOR THE WEEK Weekend of October 24/25 4:00 PM + Olga Pekala - Joan Dutka 8:00 AM + Rudolph Premetz - Family 9:45 AM + Josephine Dombrowski
Page 2 3rd Sunday of Advent MASSES FOR THE WEEK In Remembrance Weekend, December 10 & 11 + Lorraine Zalewski John & Susan Evancho + Lucille Galia Rita A. + Edward Blaszak Wife & Sons + Roberto Y Esperanza
Page Two St. Florian Parish 27th Sunday in Ordinary Time MASSES FOR THE WEEK Weekend of October 6/7 4:00 PM + Andrew C. Morkowicz - Wife, Ceil - 50th Wedding Anniversary of Raymond & Marlene Mosser 8:00
Page 2 St. Florian Parish Feast of the Holy Family MASSES FOR THE WEEK Weekend, December 27 & 28 4:00 PM + Tony Smierciak Children & Grandchildren 8:00 AM + Tony Segvich Jr. Family 9:45 AM + Richard C.
Page Two St. Florian Parish The Body and Blood of Christ MASSES FOR THE WEEK Weekend of June 13/14 4:00 PM + Rose Szczepanik - Donna, John, & Kyle Gustafson 8:00 AM + Robert & Irene Stevenson - Peter &
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The Basilica of Sts. Peter and Paul Chattanooga, TN 2018 Calendar of Anticipated Events November 16, 2017 Revised 12/6/17 The Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul 214 East 8 th Street, Chattanooga, TN Regular
3640 Fred George Road, Tallahassee, Fl 32303 Schedule of Masses Weekday Mass 8:15am Saturday Vigil 6:00pm Sunday Mass 8:00am 10:30am Twenty-Sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time September 25, 2011 We the family
Talking Points The following talking points can be used for pulpit talks during SVDP Sunday. Hello. I m. I am a member of (your parish name). I want to thank Father for the opportunity to say a few words
MEET & GREET & MINISTRY FAIR The Confirmation Class, along with Pastoral Council, and KofC would like to invite everyone to a parish social as we celebrate our Prince of Peace ministries and the unique
August 20, 2017 Twentieth Sunday in Ordinary Time Schedule of Masses Morning Daily Mass Monday - Saturday 7:30 am 825 Seventh Street Rodeo, CA 94572 Phone: 510.799.4406 Fax: 510.799.5681 email@example.com
Our Lady of Sorrows & St. Louis Catholic Churches Dec 3, 2017 First Sunday of Advent (B) Sunday: Stroud 8:40 a.m. Rosary 9 a.m. Mass Dec 3 Chandler: 9:30 Choir practice 9 10:30 RCIA 10 Adoration 11 a.m.
St. Edmund Parish 2460 Ocean Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11229 www.saintedmunds.com Rectory Office Religious Ed Elementary School St. Edmund Prep 718-743-0102 718-743-8107 718-648-9229 718-743-6100 Rev. David
Charisletter October 2015 Volume 16 Issue 8 From the SA Catholic Center for Charismatic Renewal and Two-Twelve Ministries Let s get ready to PRAAAAAAAAAISE!!! Soul on Fire! Friday, October 16 7:00pm Jubilee
May 10, 2015 St. Patrick Catholic Church 140 Church St., Portland, MI 48875 Phone: 517-647-6505 Fax: 517-647-7807 Parishoffice@portlandstpats.com www.stpatrickportland.com Rev. Larry J. King, Pastor Dcn.
PARISH OF ST. BRENDAN & ST. ANN 333 E. 206th Street, Bronx, N.Y. 10467-4003 Phone: (718) 547-6655, FAX: (718) 547-6579 SECOND SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME ST. BRENDAN CLERGY PERSONNEL Fr. Raul G. Miguez, Pastor
Saint Mary s Catholic Church 250 Kraft Street, Berea, Ohio 44017-1499 Rectory: 440-243-3877 FAX: 440-891-9417 Website: www.stmaryberea.com Parish Mission Statement St. Mary's is a faith community which
All Saints Parish Rev. Jacek J. Bialkowski, Pastor 66 Willow Street Plymouth, PA 18651 Phone: 570-779-5323 Fax: 570-779-4921 firstname.lastname@example.org www.allsaintsplymouth.com office hours: Monday through
FUNERAL PLANNING ST. JOHN VIANNEY 12600 84TH AVE NE KIRKLAND WA 98034 TABLE OF CONTENTS PRAYERS...1 Prayers Immediately after Death...1 PRAYER OF COMMENDATION...2 SCRIPTURE READINGS...2 Funeral Reception...3
St. Elizabeth Parish 350 Reedsdale Road Milton, MA 02186 www.stelizabethmilton.org 617-696-6688 Parish Mission Statement The mission of the Parish of Saint Elizabeth is to give witness to the Kingdom of
My Brothers and Sisters, This Third Sunday of Advent was known for hundreds of years in the Church as Gaudete Sunday gaudete is the Latin word for rejoice a title taken from the Latin Introit verse (Philippians
E-pistle THE WEEKLY NEWSLETTER OF St. Christopher s Episcopal Church SPRINGFIELD, VIRGINIA October 22, 2015 The Rev. Peter K. Ackerman 703-451-1088, ext. 1 or Email: email@example.com Sunday,
Holy Spirit Parish Tel.: 253-859-0444 www.holyspiritkent.org 310 Third Avenue South Kent, WA 98032-5863 January 14, 2018 Office Hours: M-Th 9:30 am - 4:30 pm Friday 9:30 am - 2:00 pm Horario de la Oficina