Memories of the Future The Future is as Bright as the



Memories of the Future The Future is as Bright as the
March 13, 2016
Fifth Sunday of Lent
Memories of the Future
The Future is as Bright as the
Promises of God
St. John Brebeuf Parish
8307 N. Harlem Ave., Niles, IL 60714
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Fifth Sunday of Lent
March 13, 2016
Dear Parishioners,
The woman caught in the act of adultery demonstrates Jesus’ deep care for the
women who had been used by the scribes and Pharisees as a way of undermining
Jesus' credibility.
Jesus gives two responses--one non-verbal and the other verbal. At first, Jesus says
nothing and merely bends down and writes on the ground. Symbolically, this means
Jesus refuses to engage in the issues. Sometimes, saying nothing, not getting into the game playing is our
best response. Jesus ignores his accusers and their questions.
Jesus' second response is directed to the scribes and Pharisees. He moves beyond the legal question and
focuses on the issue of sin – not the woman's sin, but that of her accusers. He calls them to accountability,
and they fail. From the elders on down, they shamefully leave. There is no condemnation for the woman,
only compassion.
With prayers during these Lenten days,
Father Mike Meany
DAILY EUCHARIST— 6:30 AM and 8:30 AM
SACRAMENT OF PENANCE —Saturdays 11:00 AM until noon (except Holy Saturday)
MONDAY ROSARY DEVOTIONS— 7:00 PM in the Adoration Chapel in the Parish Ministry Center
WEDNESDAY MASS (in Polish)—7:00 PM
STATIONS OF THE CROSS — 7:00 PM in the Church (except on Good Friday) (English &
FRIDAY: HOUR OF DIVINE MERCY—3:00 PM—Adoration Chapel in the Parish Ministry Center
SCRIPTURE STUDY—Sunday Mornings from 10:00 AM—11:45 AM (contact Chester Gilbert, 847-9664789
POLISH LENTEN TAIZE—Sunday, March 13—8:00 PM
POLISH LENTEN MISSION—Saturday, March 12—6:30 PM; Sunday, March 13—12:30 PM Mass,
Monday, March 14—7:00 PM, Tuesday, March 15—7:00 PM, Wednesday, March 16—7:00 PM—
Given by Fr. Adam Galek
GORZKIE ZALE: Sunday, March 20, 7:30pm
March 13, 2016
Fifth Sunday of Lent
7:30 AM, 9:00 AM, 10:45 AM, 12:30 PM (Polish), 6:00 PM
Sunday, March 20
3:00 PM LIVE AT SJB Concert Series
Niles Metropolitan Chorus & Soloists, Musica Lumina Orchestra
REQUIEM by MOZART Sacred music masterpiece by the celebrated composer
Monday, March 21
6:30 & 8:30 AM
Tuesday, March 22
6:30 & 8:30 AM
Wednesday, March 23 6:30 & 8:30 AM
2:00 PM
6:00 PM
SJB School - Stations of the Cross
Decorating for Holy Thursday – Church
Holy Thursday, March 24
8:30 AM
7:00 PM
Morning Prayer – Church Chapel
Mass of the Lord’s Supper –
Parish Priests Concelebrate – Adult Choir
Good Friday, March 25
8:30 AM
3:00 PM
5:30 PM
7:30 PM
Morning Prayer – Church Chapel
Stations of the Cross
The Lord’s Passion (Polish) Fr. Piotr Rapcia
The Lord’s Passion (English) – LifeTeen Choir
Fr. Piotr Samborski
Holy Saturday, March 26 8:30 AM
Morning Prayer – Church Chapel
9:15 AM Decorating for Easter – Church
10:45, 11:30, 12:15, 1:00 Food Blessings in Church
7:00 PM Easter Vigil Mass – Parish Priests Concelebrate –
Adult Choir, brass, organ
Easter Sunday, March 27
5:00 AM
7:30 AM
9:00 AM
Sunrise Mass (Polish) Fr. Piotr Samborski
Mass – Cantor with trumpets, organ—Fr. Piotr Rapcia
Mass – Cantate Deo Women’s Ensemble with trumpets,
organ—Fr. Piotr Rapcia
10:45 AM Mass – Adult Choir with brass, organ—Fr. Michael Meany
12:30 PM
Mass (Polish) Fr. Piotr Samborski
No 6 PM Mass
Second Sunday of Easter (Sunday of Divine Mercy) April 3
7:30 AM, 9:00 AM, 10:45 AM, 12:30 PM (Polish)
3:00 PM Bilingual Mass with Chaplet of Divine Mercy, Exposition
6:00 PM
Eastertime continues until Pentecost Sunday on May 15
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Devotions in the Church
Monday through Friday
After 8:30 AM Mass
After 7:30 AM Mass Saturday
Every Wednesday
Mother of Perpetual Help Devotions
Ave Maria Polish Prayer Group
After 7:00 PM Mass (Including Benediction )
First Friday Devotions
To the Sacred Heart of Jesus
After 8:30 AM Mass and
After 7:00 PM Polish Mass
First Saturday Devotions
To Immaculate Heart of Mary
After 7:30 AM Mass and
After 6:30 PM Polish Mass
Devotions in the Adoration Chapel
Marian Prayer Group
Monday 7:00 PM
Godzinki Ave Maria Prayer Group
Thursday 8:00 AM
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Liturgical Calendar
Saturday, March 12
6:30—Polish Mission Begins—
Rev. Adam Galek
Sunday, March 13
Fifth Sunday of Lent
9:00—Scout Mass
8:00— Polish Taize
12:30—Polish Mission
Monday & Tuesday, March 14 & 15
7:00—Polish Mission—Rev. Adam Galek
Wednesday, March 16
7:00—Reconciliation (Polish & English)
Thursday, March 17
Friday, March 11
3:15 & & 7:00—Stations of the Cross
Hour of Divine Mercy
Friday 3:00 PM (Includes Stations of the Cross)
Pray for priests every Thursday
The Marvelous Rosary
Join in Rosary Prayers daily,
Monday through Friday,
immediately following the 8:30
AM Mass; Saturday following
the 7:30 AM Mass; Sunday
before the 7:30 AM Mass.
Praying the rosary
together in front of the Blessed Sacrament
gives many graces and is so peaceful.
Christ's followers were
skeptical when He preached
the reality of His Body and
Blood as food and drink. St.
John said, "many of His disciples withdrew and no longer
went about with Him."
Seeing this, Jesus asked the Twelve, "Do
you also want to leave me?" Simon Peter did
not understand any more than those who left
Christ, but his loyalty was more firm. "Lord,"
he said, "to whom shall we go? You have
the words of eternal life."
We have the "Word of Eternal Life"
right here with us day and night in our
Adoration Chapel. Do you have something
you want to ask Him? There are several
hours needing adorers. Please pick one for
your personal hour with Him.
Altar Server Schedule Week of March 14—20
8:30—Anthony Genualdi, Samantha Wargo
8:30—Kamila Kawa, Alexis Gandeza
Wednesday: 8:30—Danny England, Peter Seitzinger
8:30—Jake Wargo, Brandon Manogura
8:30—Vincent Macam, Anthony Genualdi
Stations of
3:15—Renz Yuson, Alexis Gandeza
The Cross
Matthew Christian
7:00—Colleen Griffin, Patrick Jurkulak
Julia Sadko
7:30—Jesse Anamoo, Adam Gucik
Piotr Mialkowski
5:00—Lucas Teng, Bobby Russell, Ryan
Inumerable, Vincent Macam, A. Genualdi
6:30—Simon, Iza & Agnieszka Rostkowski
Julia Lukasik, Julia Nawara
7:30—Shane & Jimmy Tarjan, Nathaniel
Caamoan, Gabriel Catane, Gabriella Vos
9:00—Monica Schoenfeldt, S. Kuechel, Billy
Fabbri, Colin McNamara, Luca Teng
10:45—K. Kozeny, R. Joseph, Denise Gomez
Merril Philip, Kaitlyn Maczek
12:30—Julia Nawara, Gloria & Simon Majka,
Karolina Dyczko, Julia Lukasik
6:00—Cassie Corbes, Benjamin & Brandon
Manogura, Ryan Inumerable, Adam Gucik
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THE FEAST OF DIVINE MERCY_______________________
_April 3, 2015
On Good Friday, 1937, Jesus requested that St. Faustina make a special novena before the Feast of Mercy, beginning on Good Friday and through the following Saturday. He suggested to St. Faustina the specific intentions she
was to use in this Novena.
(These suggestions were for her, individually, but can be our intentions as well).
Day 1 All mankind, especially all sinners
Day 2 The souls of priests and religious
Day 3 All devout and faithful souls
Day 4 Those who do not believe in God & those who do not know Me
Day 5 The souls of those who have separated themselves from My Church
Day 6 The meek and humble souls and the souls of little children
Day 7 The souls who especially venerate and glorify My mercy
Day 8 The souls who are detained in Purgatory
Day 9 Souls who have become lukewarm
Jesus said: “You are to show mercy to your neighbors always and everywhere. You must not shrink from
this, nor try to excuse yourself from it…..Even the strongest faith is of no avail without works (742)….If a soul
does not exercise mercy in some way, it will not obtain My mercy on the day of judgment (1317).
Admonish sinners
Instruct the uninformed
Counsel the doubtful
Comfort the sorrowful
Be patient with those in error Forgive offenses
Pray for the living and the dead
Altar Bread and Wine will be
Offered in Memory of
Matthew Joseph
Donated by Kunjam Family
during the week of
March 13, 2016
Feed the hungry
Give drink to the thirsty
Clothe the naked
Shelter the homeless
Comfort the imprisoned Visit the sick
Bury the dead
Easter Season
Candle Memorial
What a beautiful way to remember
your loved ones, living or deceased
with a donation toward the purchase of the large Easter
Candle (approx. $750.00) and other small Easter candles
If you would like to make a donation, please call or
stop in at the parish office—847-966-8145.
We Welcome the Children Baptized
in January
First Reading— Gospel at the Procession with
Palms — Jesus’ entry into Jerusalem (Luke 19:28-40).
First Reading — In spite of my sufferings I am not
disgraced. I am not put to shame (Isaiah 50:4-7).
Psalm — My God, my God, why have you abandoned me? (Psalm 22).
Second Reading — Christ emptied himself, and God
filled this emptiness with exaltation (Philippians 2:6-11).
Gospel — The account of Christ’s passion according
to Luke (Luke 22:14 — 23:56 [23:1-49]).
Natalia Julia, daughter of Janusz & Lesya (Hramyak)
Erick William, son of William and Norma (Garcia)
Gabrienne Lucille, daughter of Benjamin and Aivon
(Cervantes) Deompoc, Jr.
Joseph Paul, son of Angelo and Tina (DeSario) LaBarbera
Lucy Gabriela, daughter of Christopher and Elzbieta
(Harbut) Prucnal
Jerzy Connor, son of Christopher and Brianna (Arellano)
Francine Kassedy, daughter of Arvin and Glyza
(Cervantes) Vergara
Amelia, daughter of Grzegorz and Natalia (Siwik)
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How Can I Be Involved in the
Lenten/Holy Week/Easter
Music Ministry At SJB? Just Show Up!
Tuesday 2:00 – 3:15 PM
Wednesday 3:15 – 4:00 PM
Thursday 5:30 – 6:30 PM
Thursday 6:45 – 7:30 PM
Thursday 7:30 – 9:00 PM
4:30 – 5:30 PM
Children’s Choir (School)
Hand Bell Choir (Church)
RE Children’s Choir (School)
Women’s Ensemble (Church)
Adult Choir (Church)
Life Teen Choir & Band (Church)
Niles Metropolitan Chorus
Tuesdays 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM (Church)
Good Friday “Living”
Stations of the Cross at
St. Anthony’s
All are welcomed to join Deacon
Andy Beierwaltes to participate on
Good Friday, March 25 for the Living
Stations of the Cross at our sharing
parish, St. Anthony of Padua in
Cicero, Illinois. We will leave SJB
via car pool at 8:00 am Good Friday
to journey to St. Anthony’s to walk
the streets surrounding the parish to
pray and experience the Living
Stations of the Cross. For more
information, please contact Deacon
Andy at (847) 966-6961 or via e-mail:
[email protected]
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Easter Season Flower Memorials
What a beautiful way to remember your loved ones, living or deceased, with a
donation in the amount of $10 toward the purchase of flowers which will grace the
church environment from Easter until Pentecost.
Only one name or one family name may be listed per donation, i.e. Mr. John
Smith or John Smith Family. Please place this completed form along with your
donation, in an envelope marked Easter Flowers. You may then place it in the
offering basket or return it to the parish.
All memorials must be received by Easter Sunday, March 27 so that they can be published in the Divine
Mercy Sunday, April 3rd bulletin. Please note that the names of those memorialized will be printed, not the donor’s
Easter Flower Memorials
Memorial Name ____________________________________________________
Donor’s Name ____________________________________________________
Amount Enclosed ___________________________________________________
Immediately following the 7:00 PM Mass of the Lord’s Supper, St. John Brebeuf
Parish offers the opportunity to revive the age-old tradition of the “Visitation of Churches”.
We are invited to pray with our Lord late into the night, through the sacrament of the Mass,
followed by an evening visiting five “Altars of Repose” throughout Chicago. Chartered
school buses will pick us up outside of St. John Brebeuf and will whisk us from church
to church for our evening of prayer. The Churches we tentatively plan to visit are: St.
Hyacinth Basilica, Holy Trinity, St. Stanislaus Kostka, St. John Cantius, and St. Mary of the
Angels. The evening will end with night prayer at about midnight, when the buses return us
to St. John Brebeuf.
Reservations are not only a must, but they are limited too. Please fill out the form
below and return it to the parish office, along with your donation of $10.00, to help defer
the expense of the buses, by Monday, March 21st. For additional information, please contact Barbara Bronder at
PHONE: ________________________ # OF PEOPLE IN YOUR PARTY: _________
AMOUNT ENCLOSED: $ _________________
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We are organizing a NEW SJB CHILDREN’S
CHOIR to sing in Polish for the St. John Brebeuf
celebration of First Holy Communion (in Polish)
on Saturday, May 7th at 2:00 p.m. We need all
children who can speak Polish and love to sing to
MARCH 2016
1. CONGRATULATIONS to our Teen Leaders who come out and create this new fun group! Especially
were honored last Sunday, March 6th, at the Vicariate invited are the siblings of those who will receive our
II Youth Leadership Awards Banquet! Our teens are
Lord at this liturgy. Four rehearsals will prepare us
examples of leadership in their Faith, in Service, in
to celebrate with the First Communicants. Children
Catechesis, and in Peer Ministry! Our recipients
will have the opportunity to learn about basic singwere: Michael Beierwaltes, Annie Durava, Jeremy
ing, and we will learn music for the mass and
Ermilio, Denise Gomez, Allena Healy, Wesley Healy,
Rebecca Joseph, Henry Kotlinski, Stephen Kuechel, hymns. Children age 9-17 are invited.
Kirsten Macam, Agnisia Rostkowski, Iza Rostkowski,
Monica Schoenfeldt, Annie Turbak, and Katie Zalesny! God bless you and your families!
2. Join SJB Youth Ministry for our Summer Service Trip “ALIVE IN YOU 2016”. We are traveling to
Milwaukee, Wisconsin July 12-17, 2016. Registration
Fee is $140 for camp. Contact Mrs. Perez for more
details and forms via email or texting (847-239-2379).
20th. We meet in the Youth Ministry Office from 7:009:00pm. All teens going to ALIVE IN YOU 2016, and
those interested in going this summer, are encouraged to attend! Enjoy team games, fellowship, and
more! Snacks and pop are provided. Pizza is only
4. TEENS join us for St John Brebeuf’s CHURCH
PILGRIMAGE on Holy Thursday, March 24th immediately following the Holy Thursday Mass. We visit five
beautiful churches in the Chicago area, and return to
St John Brebeuf by midnight. See more details in this
NIGHT is Saturday, April 9th. Join us for a fun evening, which includes a pre-game speaking session
with Mr. Wayne Messmer, discounted ticket price for
the game, and a post-game concert with the band
“Consumed By Fire”. Interested? Contact Mrs. Pam
Perez via email or texting (847-239-2379) for more
Find us on Facebook! Search for St John YM or our group
St John Brebeuf YM
Questions? Contact Pam Perez, Youth Ministry Director,
[email protected]
Check out the parish website on
Find upcoming Youth Ministry events on our Calendar.
Check us out!
TIME: 6:15-7:30 p.m. DATES: Fridays April 15, 22, 29, May 6;
First Communion - Saturday, May 7
at 2:00 p.m.
LOCATION: Music Rehearsal Room in
SJB Church (east door)
A $15 fee will cover new binders and music.
Questions? Call (in Polish or English)
Mrs. Ewa Fair, SJB Children's Choir Director
(773) 551-0284.
The established SJB Children’s Choir (who sing in
English at every Thursday 8:30 a.m. School Mass
and monthly Sunday Family Mass) will continue to
rehearse and prepare for the earlier 10:00 a.m. First
Communion (in English) on Saturday, May 7th
during their regular rehearsal schedule:
DAYS: Tuesdays TIME: 2:00-3:15 p.m.
DAYS: Thursdays TIME: 5:30-6:30 p.m.
First Communion - Saturday, May 7 at
10:00 a.m.
Questions? Call (in Polish or English)
Mrs. Ewa Fair, SJB Children's Choir Director
(773) 551-0284.
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In today’s Gospel, Jesus is the model
of compassion and kindness. He shows
us how to be merciful and nonjudgmental.
Do you, or a family you know need assistance?
Please call the Society of St. Vincent de Paul so that
together we can help the suffering and poor. All information will be strictly confidential.
Deacon Andy Beierwaltes
Telephone: (847) 966-6961
The CWC Lenten Retreat on 3/19 has been
CANCELLED. The rescheduled CWC General
Meeting is Tuesday, April 5th at 7:00 pm in the
Uncle Pete’s Ministry
“For I was hungry and you fed me.”
Please make up 2 Sack Dinners—each one should contain:
2 sandwiches (meat) on white or whole wheat bread/roll
(Please no condiments or cheese.)
2 hard boiled eggs; l small bag of potato chips
l piece of fruit—apple or orange (no bananas)
cookies (2 or 3) or a small candy bar; paper napkin
1 small juice box or drink
You may sign up in the Church lobby after all the Masses on March 12 & 13 to receive the necessary information, as well as the sacks for the dinners.
The two Sack Dinners may be dropped off at the front of Church on Tuesday, March 22, between 6:00 AM and 9:00 AM. Thank you for your generosity and support. May God Bless you.
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Niles Family Fitness Center Instructor Beau
Desherow will be the key note speaker at the
Men’s Club general meeting scheduled for
Monday, March 14th. The program will begin
at 7:00pm in the Parish Ministry Center.
Along with Beau telling his own story on personal fitness, he will explain the benefits of
fitness and how to get started. You don’t have
to be a member of the Men’s Club to attend.
All our welcome! Refreshments will be
served. For further information contact
Dennis O’Donovan at 847-744-2927.
The Parish office is in need of a parttime secretary with excellent computer
skills and good penmanship. The individual should be Apple proficient and a multitasker.
Join us for our next Speaker Series session.
Topic: Immigration, Working for Justice
7:00pm, Thursday, March 17th
We are also in need of a part-time
janitor to work weekends and some nights.
Hours are flexible.
Please email Fr. Michael Meany at
[email protected] References
needed upon request.
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Drodzy Parafianie,
Kobieta złapana na cudzołóstwie demonstruje głęboką troskę Jezusa o kobiety, które były celowo wykorzystywane
przez uczonych w Piśmie i faryzeuszy, jako sposób podważania wiarygodności Jezusa.
Jezus daje dwie odpowiedzi - jedną niewerbalną i drugą werbalną. Na początku Jezus nie mówi nic pochylając się
tylko i pisząc na ziemi. Symbolicznie oznacza to Jezus nie chce angażować się w kwestie. Zdarza się, że nic nie
mówiąc, nie bierzemy udziału w grze i to jest naszą najlepszą odpowiedzią. Jezus niejako ignoruje oskarżycieli i ich
Druga odpowiedź Jezusa skierowana jest do uczonych w Piśmie i faryzeuszy. Porusza się poza pytaniem prawnym i
skupia się na kwestii grzechu - nie grzech kobiety, ale jej oskarżycieli. Wzywa ich do odpowiedzialności, w której są
przegrani. Począwszy od starszych do wszystkich innych, wstydliwie odchodzą. Nie ma żadnego potępienia dla tych
kobiet, tylko współczucie.
Z tych modlitwą podczas tych Wielkopostnych dni,
Ks. Mike Meany,
13 marca: V Niedzielę Wielkiego Postu
W dzisiejszej Ewangelii Jezus jest wzorem współczucia i życzliwości. Pokazuje nam, jak być miłosiernym i
nieskorym do osadzania.
Czy ty, lub rodziny wiesz potrzebują pomocy? Proszę zadzwonić do Wspólnoty Świętego Wincentego Paolo, które
może pomóc cierpiącym i ubogim. Wszystkie informacje będą poufne.
Diakon Andy Beirwaltes —Telefon: (847) 966-6961
Niedziela, 13 Marzec 2016
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Wielkoczwartkowa Pielgrzymka
Odnowienie Ponadczasowej Tradycji
Po Mszy Świętej Wieczerzy Pańskiej o 7:00 pm, parafia św. Jana Brebeuf
oferuje możliwość uczestnictwa w starożytnej tradycji Nawiedzenia Siedmiu
Kościołów. Zapraszamy do modlitwy z Panem do późnej nocy uczestnicząc w
sakramencie Eucharystii, po którym będzie miało miejsce wieczorne
nawiedzenie siedmiu Ołtarzy Spoczynku na terenie Chicago. Wynajęte
autobusy szkolne zabiorą nas z terenu parafii i przewiozą z kościoła do
kościoła w ten wieczór modlitwy. Planujemy odwiedzić następujące parafie:
St. Hyacinth Basilica, Holy Trinity, St. Stanislaus Kostka, St. John Cantius, St.
Mary of the Angels. Wieczór zakończy się modlitwą około północy, po
powrocie autobusami do naszej parafii.
Konieczna jest rezerwacja, gdyż liczba miejsc jest ograniczona. Proszę
wypełnić poniższy formularz i przynieść go do kancelarii parafialnej, wraz z
ofiarą w wysokości $10 na wydatki związane z autobusami, do poniedziałku 21 Marzec. Po dodatkowe
informacje proszę skontaktować się z Barbara Bronder w kancelarii parafialnej pod numerem 847-9668145.
Numer telefonu:_______________________
Liczba osób:__________________
Załączona Kwota: $_____________
Upamiętnij Swoich Bliskich Kwiatami Wielkanocnymi...
Pamiętajmy o naszych ukochanych, żyjących i tych, którzy już od nas odeszli,
ofiarując $10 na zakup kwiatów, które ozdobią naszą świątynię od Niedzieli
Wielkanocnej aż do Zesłania Ducha Świętego.
Proszę podać tylko jedną osobę, lub rodzinę, wraz z każdą ofiarą (przykładowo: Jan
Nowak, albo Rodzina Nowak). Proszę włożyć wypełniony formularz wraz z ofiarą do
koperty z napisem “Easter Flowers” i złożyć na niedzielną tacę, albo przynieść go do
kancelarii parafialnej.
W związku z ograniczeniami czasowymi, aby ofiary mogły zostać opublikowane w biuletynie w Niedzielę
Miłosierdzia Bożego, 27 Marzec, muszą być one złożone do niedzieli 3 kwietnia. Tylko imiona upamiętnianych
osób, a nie ofiarodawców, zostaną opublikowane.
Wspomnij Swoich Bliskich Kwiatami Wielkanocnymi...
Pragnę Upamiętnić:____________________________
Ofiara: $_______________
Proszę wypełnić czytelnie drukowanymi literami
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Święto Bożego Milosierdzia___________________________3 kwietnia, 2016
W Wielki Piątek 1937 roku, Jezus zwrócił się do Świętej Faustyny, aby odmówiła specjalną nowennę przed świętem
Miłosierdzia, począwszy od Wielkiego Piątku i przez następną sobotę. Zasugerował Faustynie konkretne intencje w
odmawianiu tej nowenny.
(Te propozycje były dla niej, indywidualnie, ale mogą to być nasze intencje również).
Dzień 1 Za całą ludzkość, a zwłaszcza wszystkich grzeszników
Dzień 2 Za dusze kapłańskie i zakonne
Dzień 3 Za wszystkie dusze pobożne i wierne
Dzień 4 Za tych, którzy nie wierzą w Boga i tych, którzy nie znają Mnie
Dzień 5 Za dusze tych, którzy oddzielili się od Mojego Kościoła
Dzień 6 Za ciche i pokorne dusze i dusze małych dzieci
Dzień 7 Za dusze, które szczególnie czczą i wysławiają miłosierdzie Moje
Dzień 8 Za dusze, które są w czyśćcu cierpiące
Dzień 9 Za dusze oziębłe
Jezus powiedział: "Miłosierdzie masz okazywać zawsze i wszędzie bliźnim. Nie możesz się od tego usunąć ani
wymówić, ani usprawiedliwić… Bo nawet wiara najsilniejsza nic nie pomoże bez uczynków (742)... Jeżeli dusza
nie czyni miłosierdzia w jakikolwiek sposób, nie dostąpi miłosierdzia Mojego w dzień sądu (1317).
Uczynki miłosierdzia, co do duszy
1. Grzesznych upominać
2. Nieumiejętnych pouczać
3. Wątpiącym dobrze radzić
4. Strapionych pocieszać
5. Krzywdy cierpliwie znosić
6. Urazy chętnie darować
7. Modlić się za żywych i umarłych.
Uczynki miłosierdzia, co do ciała
1. Głodnych nakarmić
2. Spragnionych napoić
3. Nagich przyodziać
4. Podróżnych w dom przyjąć
5. Więźniów pocieszać
6. Chorych nawiedzać
7. Umarłych pogrzebać
March 13, 2016
Fifth Sunday of Lent
Rapcia lub
ks. Samborskim (847.966.8145)
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Fifth Sunday of Lent
Thomas Keane
If you would like to
remember a deceased relative
or friend in a special way, here
is your opportunity. We are accepting donations for the
altar breads and wine that are used at Mass each week.
Every week in the bulletin we will post who the bread
and wine was donated in memory of. Suggested donation
is $50. You can drop off or mail your donation to the Parish Office, marked “Altar Bread Memorial.” Make sure
to include your name and the name/s of whom you would
like to be remembered.
Requests are published in the bulletin in the order
that they are received.
Celebrating our SJB Military
St. John Brebeuf Parish is in the
process of establishing a military
remembrance presentation for all active
and fallen since September 11, 2001. We
are accepting family members names, branch of service
and photo. Please bring them to the parish office, attention Legion of Mary. ARMY, NAVY, MARINES, AIR
Please remember in prayer the
following who are currently
serving in the Armed Forces:
Timothy Casey
Mark Honsa
Joseph Merkel
Peter Merkel
Robert Monaco
Chief Ryan Morrow
Thomas Neuhengen
Scott Rodberg
Christopher Vick
Sgt. Daniel Cunningham
Pvt. James Cunningham
Susanne Connolly Tutwiler
CDR John Tutwiler
Dominic Carrabotta
Col. Barbara Jones (Wiltgen)
May they return safely to their families.
March 13, 2016
Pray for all our ill Members
Diana D’Costa
Angela D’Costa
Anthony D’Costa
Jr. Walter D’Souza
Cajetan Fernandes
Walter Przybysz
Aidan Stotz
Virginia Penkala
Barbara Donovan
Kathy Berresheim
Henryk Stankiewicz
Michael Curtis
Bob Biewald
Dolores Perales
Mary O’Toole
Irene Dodaro
Madeline Albano
Sally Raphael
Clem Juris
Shahla Lahijani
Anna Chacko
Terry DiVito
Margaret Lach
Souk Tha Phone
Cathy Neff
Donna Miller
Albert DeLorenzo
Dorothy Cichon
Kim Travaglio
Pamela Sobie
Charlene Green
Henry Zajac
Kamillus Urban
Patti Maher Tyska
Stanley Kogut
Zdzislaw Puacz
Laura Begale
Lorna Alba
Annette Schubert
Patrick Leahy
Eugene Mangan
Adam Rowel
Varant Minatiskan
Madeline Pukal-4 yrs. old
Cyril & Peg Maher
Elaine Friedman
Dolores Gruzynski
John Peter Rolwes
Nanette Sadorra
Oscar Malabanan
Jeff Sefcik
Lita Rosales
Alma Kort
Randolf Abana
Noli Failma
Christina Curtis
Bernadyne Semmerling
Jerry Brazkowski
Michael Likvan
Madeline Hendricksen
Mario Colosi
Ruben Pactol
Marcelino de la Cruz
Donna Kornovich
Barbara Zonsius
Patricia Jablonski
Linda Karno
Butch Reeder
James Kurtzer
John Nawodylo
Wladyslaw Policht
Franciszek Policht
Dorothy Pedtke
Brian Brown
Roy Wolf
K. Kozeny
Bernard Warchol
Mario Loraya
Janette Mendoza Atienza
Virginia Brekke
Dena Ruazol
Alex Hernandez
Ed Bielski
Stella “Stasia” Magdon
Dolores Uhlig
Colin Drexler
Frank Rosienski
Rosaura Pegan
Linda Bennett
Catherine Kosina
Cajetan Almeida
John & Helen Muniak
Dave Beierwaltes
Magdalena Bohn
Anida Tadeo
Alvin Swenson
Imer Zabala
Patricia Harris
Colleen Faller
Benidicta Lee
Cecline Oliyarurathu
Mary Kay Nolan
March 13, 2016
Fifth Sunday of Lent
Mass Intentions for the Week
Monday, March 14—Lenten Weekday
6:30—Albert & Georgiana Dorsch
In Thanksgiving for Meril Mani
8:30—John Campbell
Adam Zalak
Tuesday, March 15—Lenten Weekday
6:30—Catherine & Joe Kasprzyk
8:30—Joseph Zahn
For All Voters
Adam Zalak
11:00—Wedding: Anthony Lombardi &
Cathy Biewer
Wednesday, March 16—Lenten Weekday
6:30—Albert & Georgiana Dorsch
In Thanksgiving for Michael Mani
8:30—Walter Tymczuk
7:00—Mass Cancelled due to Reconciliation
Thursday, March 17—LentgenWeekday
6:30—Teresa Kelly
Joseph Zirko (4th Anniv. Of Death)
8:30—Alojza Janus
McArdle & Walsh Families
Friday, March 18—LentenWeekday
6:30—Albert & Georgiana Dorsch
8:30—Alexander Sabramowicz
Calixta Ramos & All the Faithful Departed
3:15 & 7:00—Stations of the Cross
Saturday, March 19—St. Joseph, Spouse of the
Blessed Virgin Mary
7:30—August Merkel (2nd Anniv. Of Death)
Fr. Michael Alcantara
Josef Lindwurm
Special Intention for Tiji Vettikattil
5:00—Celebrant: Fr. Michael Meany
Joseph & Helen Handzel
Rose Ugel
Noreen LeClair
Dolores Janikowski
Frank Sergot
Jozef Reszka
Geraldine Kurtti
Giuseppe Genualdi
Danuta Rafalko
Leonor Quilban (1st Anniv. Of Death)
Don Wirkus
Enrico & Ida Costabile
Emilio Cribari
6:30—Celebrant: Fr. Peter Rapcia
Zbigniew Pekala (6th Anniv. Of Death) (za
zmarlyn w dniu Imienin)
Wedding Banns
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Janina & Jozef Lis
Danuta Rafalko (1st Anniv. Of Death)
Magdalena & Stanislaw Lenczowski i Zmarli
Z Rodziny
Jozef, Fryderyk, Teresa i Jan Znamikowski
Roza, Zygmunt Groch i Zmarli z Rodziny
Jozefa, Jan, Mieczyslaw, Stanislaw, Andrzej,
Krystyna i Elzbieta Bobek i Zmarli z Rodziny
Danuta Niewola (1st Anniv. Of Death)
Jan Niewola i Edward Chylka
Anna i Franciszek Jesionka
Rozalia i Franciszek Kulis
Maria i Marian Nytko
Sunday, March 20—Palm Sunday of the Passion of
the Lord
7:30—Celebrant: Fr. Michael Meany
Albert & Georgiana Dorsch
Marian Pazik, Patricia Clouser
Walter Tymczuk
Special Intention for Tiji Vettikattil
9:00—Celebrant: Fr. Michael Meany
Charlotte Meany, Noreen LeClair
95th Birthday for Rosalina Paguio
10:45—Celebrant: Fr. Piotr Samborski
Rose Ugel, Norma C. Henderson
Steve Getz
12:30—Celebrant: Fr. Peter Rapcia
Michael Puacz, Jozef & Janina Puacz
Zofia, Tomasz, & Wladyslaw Boczar
Genevieve & Jozef Mazur
Aniela Wojtysiak
Zofia Kopacz (32-ga Rocz. Smeirci)
Anna Gazda (2a Zmarla w Dniu Urodzin)
Bronislawa Swiecicka (5-ta. Rocz. Smierci)
i Zmarli z Rodziny Swiecickich
Leszek Lesniewski
Anastazji, Konstantego i Jana Milanowskich
Joseph & Josephine Broniek
Magdalena & Stanislaw Komorek
Andrzej Szot, Henryka & Edward Merecki
Maria & Franciszek Wiercinski
Alexander Sabramowicz
Stanley Byrski
Blessings for Anna Stern
Z Podziekowaniem Panu Bogu za Otrzymane
Laski i Zprosba o Dalsza Opieke Boza z Okazi
50-ych Lat Urodzin dla Jaroslawa
6:00—Celebrant: Fr. Piotr Samborski
Patrick Berrigan, Charlotte Meany
Francis Cardinal George, Carlyn Delort
Palma Rosy
1—Boguslawa Gonet & Slawomir Karwowski
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St. John Brebeuf Church
Fifth Sunday of Lent
March 13, 2016
Pastor: Rev. Michael Meany
Associates: Rev. Piotr Rapcia
Rev. Piotr Samborski
Pastor Emeritus: Rev. Robert Banzin
Weekend Asst.: Rev. Patrick Marshall
Deacons: Larry Skaja, Andy Beierwaltes,
Mariusz Kosla, Pavel Jurkulak
Pastoral Associate: Maciek Karaban
Music Director & Liturgical Coordinator:
Marek Rachelski
Associate Music Director: Mariusz Kosla
Children’s Choir Director: Ewa Fair
Business Manager: Joseph Wojtowicz
School Principal: Elise Matson
Director Youth Ministry: Pam Perez
Staff Secretary: Charlotte Lindquist
Bulletin Editor, Parish Secretary:
Barbara Bronder
Rectory: 8307 N. Harlem Ave.
Parish Office: 8305 N. Harlem Ave.
Niles, IL 60714
(847) 966-8145 Fax: (847) 966-0014
School: (847) 966-3266
Religious Education: (847) 966-3269
Youth Office: (847) 966-9815
Mass Schedule
“We are a people of faith who offer each
other and those touched by us the
means to experience God through prayer,
sacraments, education
and mutual support in light of the
Gospel and Catholic Tradition.”
Saturday: 5:00 PM, 6:30 PM (Polish)
Sunday: 7:30, 9:00, 10:45 AM,
12:30 PM (Polish), 6:00 PM
Monday—Friday Morning: 6:30 & 8:30 AM
Wednesday: 7:00 PM (Polish)
Saturday Morning: 7:30 AM
Holyday: 5:30 PM (English); 7:00 PM (Polish)
Vigil: 7:00 PM English
Reconciliation - Saturday
11:00 AM—Noon (English & Polish)
First Friday, 6:00 PM (English & Polish)
Last Sunday of each month during
10:45 AM Mass or 2:00 PM Service
(Polish): First Weekend of each month:
at 12:30 PM Mass on Sunday &
Third Sunday of the Month at 1:45 PM
Parents must attend pre-baptism instruction.
Four months notice is minimal.
March 13, 2016
Eucharistic Adoration
24 Hours a Day In Parish Ministry Center Chapel
St. Vincent de Paul—[email protected]

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