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CHURCH NAME AND ADDRESS Saints Peter and Paul Church #848 36 N. Ellsworth St. Naperville, IL 60540 PHONE 630-355-1081 CONTACT PERSON Mary Kerner EMAIL ADDRESS: SOFTWARE Microsoft Publisher 2007 Adobe Acrobat 7.0 Windows XP PRINTER KONICA MINOLTA C654 NUMBER OF PAGES SENT 1 through 15 SUNDAY DATE OF BULLETIN September 16, 2012 SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS None

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A day to recognize and thank our many teachers, catechists, volunteers and members of our boards and commissions who generously give of their time and talents to pass on the faith.

Teachers and support staff for school religion classes Catechists, assistants and volunteers for early childhood, children’s ministry, REACH, Confirmation Year I and II All volunteers for Youth Ministry All volunteers for New Evangelization School Board Members Religious Education Commission Members

36 North Ellsworth Street Naperville, Illinois 60540-4619


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SERVING OUR FELLOW MAN -SS. PETER AND PAUL PARISH “Christ has no body on earth but yours, no feet but yours, no hands but yours. Yours are the eyes through which the compassion of Christ is to look out on a hurting world. Yours are the feet with which He is to go about doing good. Yours are the hands with which He is to bless all now.” St. Theresa of Avila

SERVING WITH COMMUNITY PARTNERS SSPP PADS Saints Peter and Paul PADS Ministry provides shelter and meals the first Wednesday of each month from October through May from 7 p.m. until 7 a.m. on Thursday morning. The guests are given dinner and breakfast, showers, and a place to sleep. The PADS shelter is located in the First Congregational United Church on Benton and Center Streets. Last season we served between 40 and 60 guests each night. There are two rotations of PADS volunteers from SSPP with each volunteer working a total of 4 times in the season. We have a total of 55 individuals who bring food and personal care items for the guests, and approximately 42 individuals who service the shelter that evening and into the morning. Volunteers prepare the beds, set up and serve dinner, make lunches, and breakfast. We have a number of teens who enjoy working at the shelter for service time and families who work together at this much-needed ministry. If you feel you are being called to participate in this ministry, please contact either Cheryl Kinley, PADS food coordinator at or 630-505-0276 or Katie Neary at 630-305-7961/ or Kari Foley at 630-5777051/, PADS coordinators. HESED HOUSE Hesed: A Hebrew word meaning compassion and mercy. Located in Aurora, twice each year parishioners from SS. Peter & Paul assist in the preparation and serving of the Monday and Friday hot lunch program in the soup kitchen located at Hesed House. The normal time commitment each day is 9am to 1pm. Please contact Mary Gabriel at 630-416-6351 for more information or to participate.


Faith In Action The Faith In Action Team will be making a trip down to the Missionaries of Charity soup kitchen in Chicago on Sunday, September 30th. The team will assemble in front of the church after the 6:30 AM Mass. Once we arrive at the soup kitchen (about 8:30), we will prepare and serve a meal for about 100 guests. Afterward we help clean the kitchen and then we’re done! Typically the entire meal service is completed by 11:00 to 11:30. Due to limited room in the kitchen, we can only take a maximum of 10 volunteers. If you are interested in joining us on this mission to help feed the hungry, please contact me by calling (630) 215-5469 or emailing me at Our team for this trip will be assembled on a first come, first serve basis. If you don't make it this time please don't worry, there will be future opportunities. Thank you, Kevin Neis

Monday: Tuesday: Wednesday: Thursday: Friday: Saturday: Sunday:

1 Cor 11:17-26, 33; Ps 40:7-10, 17; Lk 7:1-10 1 Cor 12:12-14, 27-31a; Ps 100:1b-5; Lk 7:11-17 1 Cor 12:31 -- 13:13; Ps 33:2-5, 12, 22; Lk 7:31-35 1 Cor 15:1-11; Ps 118:1b-2, 16ab-17, 28; Luke 7:36-50 Eph 4:1-7, 11-13; Ps 19:2-5; Mt 9:9-13 1 Cor 15:35-37, 42-49; Ps 56:10c-14; Lk 8:4-15 Wis 2:12, 17-20; Ps 54:3-8; Jas 3:16 -- 4:3; Mk 9:30-37

TOOTSIE ROLL DRIVE The Knights of Columbus will sponsor a Tootsie Roll Drive for those with Intellectual Disabilities at all Masses this weekend, September 15th and 16th.

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A Message from our Pastor Dear Parishioners of SS. Peter and Paul, Correction of Statement about Fr. James Nowak The Diocese of Joliet has corrected their previous statement regarding the allegation against Fr. Nowak. Doug Delaney, the Diocesan spokesman, clarified: “The initial notification sent regarding Father Nowak should have said "may have occurred" rather than "has likely occurred". I apologize for any confusion.” Please continue to keep all those involved with this situation and our own parish community in your prayers. Parish Webpage Within the next couple weeks, the parish will be unveiling its new parish webpage. The new design is the latest in web design with a number of interactive areas including our Mass and Parish Calendar as well as a whole new look and new content. Please keep your eyes peeled within the next two weeks. Organ Work In order to maintain the proper working order of our parish organ, we will be having significant maintenance and cleaning as well as the revoicing of some of the pipes done on the organ in the church over the coming weeks. If you see them removing some pipes, you will know what is happening. Don’t worry. It will all be back in order in due time. Door of Faith The parish is launching a series of lectures and activities to celebrate the Year of Faith proclaimed by Pope Benedict XVI. We are having a series of renowned speakers and authors visiting the parish to help prepare us. Please watch future bulletins and our parish webpage for more information. Pieta’ The black granite cross has now been installed behind the Pieta’ statue at the rear of church. The cross not only emulates the original design of Michelangelo’s Pieta’ at St. Peter’s Basilica, but the whole idea is that Mary is seated at the foot of the cross holding the body of her son that has just been taken down from that cross. This reminds us not only of the Mother’s sorrow but also the sacrifice of the one she holds. May Almighty God bless you and keep you. In Christ,

Fr. Thomas A. Milota

Retirement Matters Preparing for retirement is a daunting task. The financial world can be summarized in one word: “volatile.” With the future of social security remaining uncertain, many companies no longer offering pensions, and personal savings rates extremely low; it is imperative on the individual to prepare for retirement. Planning for this major life event does not have to be exhaustive but he key is “planning”. Mike Walschot will present your best options in preparing for retirement. Join us on Thursday, September 18 from 6:30-8:00pm, in room 217/218 in the Ministry Center (Upper Level).

Focus on Marriage Marriage: Love and Life In The Divine Plan: A Natural and Spiritual Blessing “While marriage is a special blessing for Christians because of the grace of Christ, marriage is also a natural blessing and gift for everyone in all times and cultures. It is a source of blessing to the couple, to their families, and to society and includes the wondrous gift of co-creating human life.” To read the document go to

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Voter Registration Drive—SS. Peter & Paul Parish September 29 & 30, 2012 The last day anyone can be registered is on Tuesday, October 9, 2012. Grace period registration and voting may be done after this date, but it must occur at the Election Commission office in Wheaton. The requirements for registering to vote include the following: • Must be a US citizen • Must be 18 years old BY ELECTION DAY • Resident of the precinct for 30 days as of the election date.


2 forms of identification. One must have the current address. No one may register with a P.O. Box, Mailing Center, or Business address. (Acceptable forms of ID would include car insurance with your address, a utility bill with your address, a checkbook with your address, a major credit card, a State issued ID, or another bill with your address on it).

drivers license # or their Social Security #. Photo is not required.

If registrant is unable to produce identification with current residence, yet is able to produce sufficient evidence to verify their identity, an "Affidavit of Residence" must be completed. If they complete any information falsely, it is punishable by 2 years in jail & a $5000 fine.

Everyone must be sworn in.

If registrant is a Naturalized Citizen, they must provide the information of the Court, City, State and Date of Naturalization. If registrant does not have the information, the registration cannot be accepted. They do not have to provide the papers.

Blessed Bernard Lichtenberg Blessed Bernard Lichtenberg was born on the 3rd of December, 1875, in Ohlau in the Prussian province of Silesia, near Breslau, where he was ordained in 1899. In 1900, he began his priestly service in Berlin. He was appointed parson of the Sacred Heart Parish in the quarter of Charlottenburg in 1913, where he laid the foundation for five parishes and a monastery as a pioneer in the building of Catholic communities in the ever growing metropolis and capital of the German Empire. He also was a member of the local parliament for the German Catholics’ party, called The Centre. In 1931, the first bishop of the newly erected diocese of Berlin, the Most Reverend Dr. Christian Schreiber, made him a member of the Cathedral Chapter and, in 1932, appointed him parson of St. Hedwig’s Cathedral. He became Cathedral Provost of St. Hedwig’s in 1938. Since the excesses against the Jews on the 9th of November, 1939, he held evening prayers at St. Hedwig’s (just a thousand meters from Hitler’s Third Reich) interceding publicly and emphatically for them. In October 1941, Fr. Lichtenberg again spoke out against the euthanasia program of the Nazi government. Subsequently in May 1942, he was arrested and was sentenced to two years in a Nazi prison. Authorities judged that Fr. Lichtenberg was too outspoken and that he was incorrigible. They ordered his further detention and the transport to the concentration camp of Dachau. On November 5, 1943, already in poor health, Fr. Lichtenberg collapsed and died on the way to the concentration camp. In April 1965 the process of his beatification was instituted; on June 23, 1996, His Holiness, Pope John Paul II, elevated blessed Bernard to the honor of the altars at a solemn Pontifical Mass held at the Olympic stadium in Berlin. His tomb is situated in the crypt of St. Hedwig’s Cathedral in Berlin. His Feast is celebrated in the archbishopric of Berlin on the 5th of November as a Memorial. (Source: Catholic Heritage Curricula's: Heroes of the Holocaust)

Submitted by Kevin Neis

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Mass Intentions

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Saturday, September 15—Our Lady of Sorrows Vigil Masses for the Twenty-Fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time 5:00 PM Chuck Falbo (A) and Robert Falbo 6:30 PM Mary Cadigan Sunday, September 16—Twenty-Fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time

6:30 AM 8:00 AM 9:30 AM 11:00 AM 12:30 PM 5:30 PM 8:00 PM

Edward Marcoski Thomas and Virginia Drendel Adeline Dupré James and JoAnn Johannville For the Intentions of and in Thanksgiving for the St. Francis Chapel Adorers Intention of Beverly Get (LATIN MASS) Ruth Kazlauskas

Holy Family Chapel 9:30 AM Robert Pullen 11:00 AM Ss Peter and Paul Parishioners Monday, September 17 6:45 AM Purgatorial Society 8:00 AM Arthur Annerino 5:15 PM Margit and Joseph Tompos 6:00 PM Intention of Jean Cullitan (LATIN MASS) Tuesday, September 18 6:45 AM Maureen Winckler 8:00 AM Rob Pullen 12:30 PM Intention of David and Marianne Amirault (LATIN MASS) 5:15 PM Michael Greco (B) Wednesday, September 19 6:45 AM Virginia Rogers 8:00 AM Vincent Schneider 5:15 PM In Thanksgiving for Prayers Answered 6:00 PM Frank and Mildred Cullitan (LATIN MASS) Thursday, September 20—Saints Andrew Kim Tae-gon, Paul Chong Ha-Sang and Companions 6:45 AM Theresa Sullivan 8:00 AM Sarah Sheehan 12:30 PM Fulvia Cremona (LATIN MASS) 5:15 PM Louis Ruffolo (A) Friday, September 21—St. Matthew 6:45 AM Nancy Wyack 8:00 AM Nancy Doolin Wyack and Family 12:30 PM Souls in Purgatory (LATIN MASS) Saturday, September 22 6:45 AM Joel VanBree 8:00 AM Dorothy C. Carew Vigil Masses for the Twenty-Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time 5:00 PM Ss Peter and Paul Parishioners 6:30 PM Richard Wolsfeld Sunday, September 23—Twenty-Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time

6:30 AM 8:00 AM 9:30 AM 11:00 AM 12:30 PM 5:30 PM 8:00 PM

James Langan (B) and Deceased Members of the Kaub and Langan Family John and Nancy Deacon Lisa Carducci Walter and Sally Pochila Larry Moore (A) Intention of Beverly Get (LATIN MASS) Dr. William Howe (A) and all Those affected by Huntington’s Disease

Holy Family Chapel 9:30 AM 11:00 AM

Daniel Sniegowski and for Healing and Recovery of David Sniegowski Lisa Carducci (A)

Sunday, October 7, 2012 2:30 – 3:30 pm. NE Corner of Washington & Ogden Naperville Stand with thousands of pro-lifers in over 1,300 chains throughout the USA and Canada in this annual event! Bring your whole family. Participants are asked to stand approximately 30 feet apart. Water, lawn chairs, umbrellas and strollers are welcome and encouraged. Rain or shine. Pick up your sign at the event. Signs proclaim “Abortion Kills Children” Adoption the Loving Option”, “Jesus Forgives and Heals”, “Pray to End Abortion” and others. No graphic signs are allowed. LIFE CHAIN is a peaceful and prayerful public witness of pro-life Americans standing for one hour praying for our nation and for an end to abortion. It is a visual statement of solidarity by the Christian community that abortion kills children and that the Church supports the sanctity of human life from the moment of conception. For more information or locations of other chains please visit Sponsored locally by Illinois Citizens for Life 630-852-5448.

PARISH SACRIFICIAL GIVING We sincerely thank everyone for their contributions! For the new fiscal year, the weekly Sunday collection goal is $47,822.

Fiscal Year-to-Date Information (as of 9-10-12) Fiscal Year-to-Date Goal:



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Note: The parish will receive donations, usually by mail, with the request for the donation to be applied to Sunday offerings. These donations would not be included in a specific Sunday offering collection total but are included in the total year-to-date collections.

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Please Pray For... PRAY FOR THE SICK


Please remember in your prayers, the following people who are seriously ill and others who are suffering with long-term or terminal illnesses:

Please note that if you wish to have a family member or friend’s name included with the petition for the sick which is read at weekend Masses, you must call the parish office by 3 PM on Saturday. Your loved one’s name will automatically be added into the sick list in the bulletin the following weekend. If you add a loved one’s name to the petition when you come to Mass, please follow up with a phone call to the parish office on Monday so the name may be included with the sick list in the bulletin. In the interest of keeping our sick list current, the first weekend in October we will remove names put on prior to August 1st, unless we hear from you or a family member that you wish a name to remain on the list. Call the Office, 630-355-1081, to add, remove or keep a name on the sick list. Deceased loved ones who are buried from SS. Peter and Paul Parish are automatically named in the bulletin and in the petition read at weekend Masses. Other recently deceased loved ones may be added to the petitions by calling the parish office by 3 PM on Saturday.

Kelsey Allen, Don Anderson, Donald Arter, Lorraine Babyar, Kevin Bacigalupo, Patrick D. Bakke, Donald Ballou, Sue Bauer, Christine Bermes, Steven Bermes, Dan Berrill, Joe Blidy, Rene Blue, Kathy Bohenek, Genowefa Bogusz, Chris Boncza-Skrzynecki, Donna Booth, Rose Briceno, Evelyn Brown, Margaret Bumford, Ed Cangiano, Natalia Carlos, Josiah Carroll, Collette Cerulin, Colette Cerulla, Mary Beth Cesare, Alexandra Chaidez, Eric Condon, Jim Connelly, Mike Considine, John Cooper, John Corcoran, Fortunato Cruz, Victoria Cruz, Msgr. John Dalton, Scott Dawson, Anna de Azevedo, Bob Dee, Judy Delinski, Warren Dixon, Jr., Diane Dobbs, William Dobbs, Lonnie Donahue, Maggie Dorn, Mary Dorn, Joseph Douin, George Dreas, Lionel Dredze, Alice Durma, Robert Egan, Karen Eggen, Charles Farrell, Thomas Farrell, Charles Faso, III, Marilyn Feder, Betsy Feliciano, Mina Fernandez, Melanie Fieramosca, Ted Fieramosca, Nick Fisher, Julie Flick, Richard Flick, Robert Flick, Fr. Cassian Folsom, O.S.B., George Franicevic, Mary Ann Freitag, Cardinal Francis George, Mary Ann Gergits, Mary Ginnan-Renzas, Peggy Glass, Brian Goebel, Mary Gorecki, Eva Gustilo, John Haas, Kia Habisrietinger, Ali Hagen, Mary Grace Headley, Sami Henderson, Constance Hennessy, Fr. Dan Hessling, Dana Hoffman, Bill Horne, Bernie Hurd, Bob Hurd, Bishop Joseph Imesch, Abraham Isaac, Kenneth Jacob, Jan Janczak, Mark Jenkins, Paul Jewulski, Christine Jilek, Catherine Jurkowski, Laura Keistler, Jonas Keliuotis, Mike Kelly, Father George Klepec, Winifred Kolar, Steven Kolinski, Noreen Koppers, Irene Korczyk, Norbert Korczyk, Thomas Krauss, Frances Kuhrt, Ben Kujawa, Alyce Kurzawa, Edmund Kurzawa, Mark Landiak, Samantha Lent, Thomas Lewandowski, Ann Lindberg, Vi Livernash, Mary Loscheider, Albert Lowe, Vick Luperini, Gerry Malone, Cara Mantucca, Joseph Mathews, Rose Marks, Jan Masters, Helen McCall, David McCarthy, Ian Patrick McDonagh, Patrick McDonagh, Maura McDonald, Margaret McDonnell, Patricia McEttrick, Theresa McFarland, Jenna McKeown, Jeannine Meyer, JoAnne Milan, Jeff Miller, Thomas Mittelhauser, Frank Mixa, Tom Mlyniec, Kim Moershel, Stephen Moershel, Brian Monaghan, Nancie Monier, Joseph Montani, Carol Montgomery, Kathy Moran, Roger Mumper, Olga Nahorski, Quang Nguyen, Dennis Nielsen, Frank Nitti, Robert Noonan, Deacon Roger Novak, Mary Jo O’Connor, Thomas M. O’Grady, Matthew Ousterout, Dr. Jim Paul, Carolynn Pavini, Patty Piekarczyk, Robin Prairie, Theresa Pratt, Walter Prochorow, Faith Puthen, Mary Rauch, Mary Rehak, Veronica Reid, Pat Renella, Deacon Tom Richardt, Elizabeth Ritscherle, Fr. Gerald Riva, Katie Rommel, Vicki Rommel, Mary Rudnick, Peter Ruocco, Harrison Ruzicka, Michael Rynne, Pat Rynne, Julie Sanchez, Catherine Sawner, Charles Schenk, Jeffrey Schey, Betty Scholp, Robert Scholp, Sr., Virginia Schultz, John Schutzius, Kristen E. Setinc, Helen Seul, Baby Sikorski, Sr. Aniceta Skube, O.P., Austin Smith, John Smith, Mary Smith, David Sniegowski, Millie Solis, Fred Sparks, Mark Spiezio, Fr. Christopher Steinle, John Stewart, Tom Stone, Allison Surin, Lea Sweet, Eileen Szarek, Susan Szczech, Peter Thornley, Sheila Thornley, Jeannie Thorpe, Bernice Tokarski, Bernard Toussaint, Christopher Vacek, Laine VanHoutan, Noah VanHoutan, Charles Villaseñor, Lenard Waller, Ruth Walsky, Beatrice Warner, Maura Wheeler, Anna Whelan, Marie Williams, Becky Wolfe, Andrea Yarger, Rena Yarshen, Stephanie YoungHayes, Bill Yudchitz, Jayne Zenker, Linda Zenunovic, Phyllis Zenzola and Helen Zgoda. Newly added this week: Baby Laura Elizabeth Bobbe, Marianne C., Josiah Carroll, Peter Fund, Patty Gretz, Elissa Lear, Albert Lucchessi and Tom Wibbels.

May they and their families be comforted by our prayers and Our Lord’s compassion.

We wish to offer our sympathy and a promise of our prayers to family and friends on the death of Angeline DelGeorge, James LeClair, Phyllis Goerling and Berthold Rudnick.

Please Remember in Prayer our Men and Women Serving in the Military U.S. Air Force Airman 1st Class Joseph Burns Captain Frank Girdwain Senior Airman Manuel Grimaldo Sr. Airman Mike McDonnell Airman 1st Class Zachary McKenty Lt. Scott Paeth Major Tamara Prasse Sr. Airman Daniel Shea Zurich Shanahan Senior Airman Amanda Shea U.S. Army Major Ron Beaucaire PFC Daniel Bowe Captain John J. Case Captain Mary Cassidy Major Richard Collage Captain Tom Crane Major Thomas E. Goerling 1 Lt. Josh Laz Captain Stephen Laz Captain Aimee Laz Park PFC Christopher Pavini PFC Steven Powell Captain Michael Predny 2nd Lt. Andrew J. Prunty Harrison Ruzicka, SPEC. 4 Sgt. 1st Class Pamela Schmecht SPC Robert Surran Sgt. Shaun Toney SPC Craig Vladika Captain Christopher White 1st Lt. Eileen White Sgt. Kellen Jones

U.S. Coast Guard P.D. John McNellis U.S. Marine Corps LCPL Jonathan Bonus Corporal Carlos Botero LCPL Marco A. Botero LCPL Daniel Botero Captain Kevin Bowler 1st Lt. Donald J. Carlsen CWO2 John Crites Sgt. Richard DiBiaso Captain Matthew Dupre Sgt. Luke Focer LCPL Daniel P. Hodgman 2nd Lt. Eric Hovey Sgt. Ivan Karamysev Captain Pete Keough Gy Sgt. Conor Mahoney Corporal Steven Oleksy II LCPL Matthew Prasse Corporal Joseph Taylor Staff Sgt. Marcin Tutaj U.S. Navy Lt. Ellen Bock Lt. Thomas Bock Ben Craig, AFW2 Commander Anthony Giglio Lt. Tom Kuhrt Commander Chris Kurgan Patrick Marsh, HM2 Lt. Kaleb Moore Captain Debra Scheel Lt. Kasey Scheel Lt. Matthew Scheel Bruce A. Zayas

If you would like to have a serviceman or woman included in the military remembrance list in the bulletin, please call the parish office at 630-355-1081. To arrange a welcome home for your soldier or marine, contact Donna Morsovillo of Operation Welcome You Home at 630-302-2638 or

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The New Evangelization Door of Faith Speaker Series •

On Friday, October 12th, Ss. Peter and Paul will be hosting the first in a series of speakers for the Year of Faith. We are excited to have joining us popular Catholic philosopher, author and speaker, Dr. Peter Kreeft. The event will be at 7:00pm in the Holy Family Chapel. No tickets necessary. A free will offering will be taken and a selection of Catholic books will be on sale. Please also mark your calendars for Friday, November 2, as Ss. Peter and Paul welcomes back Theater of the Word to present a dramatic interpretation of one of Dr. Kreeft’s books, “Socrates Meets Jesus.” There’s Still Time to Sign Up!!

The Main Event – How many of us Catholics received the sacraments as children, but never gained an adult understanding of the Gospel and the teachings of the Church? Or perhaps it’s just time for a refresher on Catholicism 101! The Main Event is a thorough study of the Catholic Faith, beginning in the fall and finishing in the spring. It is called the Main Event because it is a significant catechesis (teaching of the Catholic Faith) offered at our parish. The Main Event is open to anyone who wishes to come. Any adult Catholic wanting to understand the Faith better – and especially to see the “why” behind many of our beliefs and practices would benefit from this series. Join us Tuesday evenings from 7:30-9:00 in the Ministry Center Social Hall beginning Tuesday, September 11th. No fees and no registration required. Gifts of Finest Wheat - Marriage: Life and Love in the Divine Plan – Gifts of Finest Wheat is back! This year our Fall session will focus on the U.S. bishops’ document “Marriage: Love and Life in the Divine Plan.” This study is perfect for married, engaged, or dating couples, singles, priests, religious…anybody! We meet for eight Thursday evenings from 7:00-9:00 pm in the Social Hall, beginning Thursday, September 13th. The format is some light reading in preparation, small group discussion, and lecture. Cost is $7.00 for materials. To register, contact Denise at 630-718-2156 or God’s Plan for a Joy-Filled Marriage – This one day workshop for married and engaged couples delves into Pope John Paul II’s Theology of the Body with DVD presentations from popular presenter, Christopher West. Saturday, October 27th from 9:00-5:00. Watch the bulletin for more details. Edith Stein Book Study – Tuesday Evenings in the Fall Join other women this fall to read and discuss “Saint Edith Stein: A Spiritual Portrait.” This readable biography of Edith Stein (St. Teresa Benedicta of the Cross) highlights her life and spirituality. Learn about Stein’s conversion, commitment to her family, and devotion to the Eucharist and Our Lady. Be inspired, grow in faith, and develop friendships with other women. Tuesdays, September 25 – November 6 (7 weeks) 7:00 – 8:30p.m. Ministry Center, Room 217/218 (10/23 and 10/30 study will meet in the lower level). The book, written by Dianne Marie Traflet, is available at Amazon or other bookstores for $15. Purchase the book on your own and call Denise at 630-718-2156 to register by September 18th. Space is limited. SSPP Men’s Group – Great Time to Join Ss. Peter and Paul Men’s group meets Saturdays, from 7:30-8:30 am in the St. Paul Center for the New Evangelization (entrance on Benton and Brainard). Beginning Saturday, September 8th, we’ll be reading and discussing the book “Wild at Heart.” This is a great time to join! New men welcome any time. Just drop in. Praised be Jesus Christ! Mike Brummond Director of the New Evangelization

ELIZABETH MINISTRY As Mary went in haste to visit her cousin Elizabeth who was with a child to help and comfort her, so does our Elizabeth Ministry for all those who are in need. If you have experienced infertility, loss of a pregnancy, an infant or child death, you are not alone, many of our parish families have experienced the same and the Elizabeth Ministry would like to help you through it. On the other hand, if you are expecting for the first time, or you are new parents who just had a baby or adopted a child, the Elizabeth Ministry would like to celebrate with you and offer our services to you. Through prayers, adoration hours, and sharing personal experiences, our ministers will try to bring you some peace and comfort no matter what your situation is. Contact Sarah at: 630809-5925 or at:

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OUTDOOR LUMINARY MASS The 18th annual “Light of My Life” outdoor Mass will be held in Sts. Peter & Paul Cemetery, corner of Columbia and North Ave., Naperville, October 7, 2012 at 6:15 PM. THIS MASS FULFILLS YOUR SUNDAY OBLIGATION, SO BRING THE FAMILY. The intention of this evening is to dedicate a luminaria as a silent tribute to any person(s) who may have touched your life in a special way, deceased or living, past or present. Bring your own chairs or a blanket to sit on. VOLUNTEERS NEEDED: Help us while you’re at home, printing bags, or Sunday Oct 7, 9:30 A.M. for setup, 5:00 P.M. to light the bags, assist with parking, and Oct. 8, 8:30 am for clean up. WE ALSO NEED 4 PICK UP TRUCKS; SUV’S OR VANS, FOR A COUPLE OF HOURS FOR SET UP SUN. A.M. – AND MONDAY MORNING FOR CLEANUP. FOR MORE INFORMATION: Contact Rita 630-355-2740 or Cheryl at 630-505-0276. Parking: If possible, use street parking to reserve cemetery space for elderly and handicapped. Return the forms no later than Oct. 3rd.

LIGHT OF MY LIFE You do not have to be present to participate. Each luminaria will have the individual’s name on it and it will be placed within the cemetery and remain lit well into the evening. If you cannot attend the Mass you may wish to drive thru the cemetery later and enjoy the effect. Enter the name of each person you wish to remember with a luminaria. Place $2.00 in an envelope for each luminaria requested, along with the form. Please fill out the form below, clip and return it either in the Sunday collection basket, in a separate envelope marked “Luminaria”, OR take to the Ministry office and drop in the drop box, outside on the wall, to the right of the entry door, 36 N. Ellsworth by Oct. 3rd. Make checks payable to S.S. Peter & Paul – Luminaria.

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SSPP Peace and Social Justice Committee Invites You to … Explore Catholic Relief Services. It operates in over 100 countries, has been around for over 60 years, gets top marks from charity rating and ranking organizations, and has been commended by voices as widespread as Pope John Paul II, U.S. Congressman James McGovern, and New York Times columnist Nicholas D. Kristof. However, only 11% of Catholics know what Catholic Relief Services is, let alone what it does, or how it does it so well. Indeed, many would be surprised to discover that it is not the same as, or another name for Catholic Charities. Given the many opportunities to live out our faith that Catholic Relief Services (or CRS) offers us, the Saints Peter and Paul Peace and Social Justice Committee would like to help our parish learn more and get involved. First, the basics: What is it? While the extent of CRS’ operations can be a lot to wrap one’s head around, what the organization is can be understood simply by breaking down its name—Catholic, and Relief. What makes it Catholic? The guiding principles of CRS grow right out of Scripture and the themes of Catholic social teaching. They include: • • • • • • • •

The Sacredness and Dignity of the Human Person; The Rights and Responsibilities that flow from that dignity; The Social Nature of Humanity; The Common Good, or a “social fabric” that allows everyone to realize his or her full potential and inherent dignity; Solidarity among the entire human family, across the globe; Option for the Poor, or giving a weighted concern to the needs of the poorest and most vulnerable members of the human family, as their vulnerability wounds us all; Subsidiarity, or allowing people who are closest to and have the best understanding of a problem handle that problem if they are able, rather than allowing a higher level of government or organization to do so; and Stewardship, or caring for, using, and distributing the resources of God’s creation in a manner that is just and equitable for both current and future generations.

While the needs of the poor sometimes require CRS to partner with institutions whose positions and practices do not fall entirely in line with the full range of Catholic teaching, CRS’ associations with those organizations are limited to activities that are fully consistent with Catholic teaching. In addition, CRS employs a careful review system to ensure that it “neither facilitates, endorses nor enables any violation of those teachings.” Finally, CRS is the official international humanitarian agency of the Catholic community in the United States (that’s us), and the official overseas relief and development agency of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops. It is also a member of Caritas Internationalis (the Vaticanheadquartered international confederation of 165 relief, development and social justice agencies). What makes it (or what does it mean by) Relief? The word “relief” tends to conjure up images associated with the aftermath of a war or of a blindsiding natural disaster, or situations in which the problem and the solution are relatively easy to identify. To be sure, CRS was founded in 1943 (then known as War Relief Services) to serve populations affected by World War II and continues to conduct similar operations. However, as it has grown and the world has changed, CRS has expanded its efforts to reach those affected by what it terms “complex emergencies” and to “challenge structures that promote injustice.” The situations that systemically undermine human dignity are often the result of conflict, climate, culture, natural and manmade disasters, and a number of other complicated factors, which are often exacerbated and fueled by one another. Therefore, CRS’ efforts are equally multifaceted and comprehensive, involving public policy, agriculture, education, emergency response, slavery and human trafficking, health (including HIV and AIDS), microfinance, peace building, social safety nets for individuals with the greatest needs (such as the disabled or elderly), water and sanitation, and food security. CRS conducts these activities across the globe, wherever the need is greatest (one of the traits that differentiates it from Catholic Charities, which has a more domestic focus). Within the United States, CRS’ efforts are entirely focused on helping Catholics live out our faith and act upon our social teaching. Through education and calls to action (including prayer), CRS helps bring us into solidarity and community with our brothers and sisters around the world, inspiring gratitude and compassion, deepening our faith, and strengthening our relationship with God (this could be called its own kind of “relief”). Over the next several months, the Peace and Social Justice Committee looks forward to providing you with more in-depth looks at CRS’ particular operations and fields of action, as well as opportunities to get involved with their efforts. In the meantime, all of the above was pulled from, or accessed via the CRS website (, which has enough information to keep a curious mind occupied for weeks and a compassionate heart alight for a lifetime.

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All Health Care Professionals, their families and friends, volunteers, especially parishioners and family members who help care for the sick, are cordially invited to celebrate with a White Mass and receive a special blessing from the Most Reverend Bishop Daniel Conlon. The White Mass celebrates "The Guardians and Servants of Human Life" which will take place on Sunday, October 21, 2012 11:00 AM Mass Cathedral of St. Raymond 604 N. Raynor Ave. Joliet, IL A rosary with special intentions for health care professionals begins at 10:35 am. Refreshments to follow in the Commons. RSVP suggested, but not required to attend Please contact Respect Life Ministry at or (815) 834-4065. If you are facing emergent medical situations regarding end of life decisions, the National Catholic Bioethics Center ( will respond ASAP with help from an ethicist, doctor, etc. The number to call is (215) 877-2660. Even though the site states "Monday Friday, 9 AM - 5 PM" for emergency consultation questions, calls are returned even after hours.

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”Fall Festival” Please join us as we celebrate our Fall Festival on:

Tuesday, September 25th

Ss Peter & Paul Ministry Center Lower Level

Mass at 10:00 am in the Holy Family Chapel

ATTENTION SSPP PARISHIONERS: The PADS (Public Action to Deliver Shelter) program is a homeless shelter located at the First Congregational Church on the corner of Benton and Center Street (1 block west of SSPP). Ss. Peter and Paul Parish is responsible for providing volunteers to service the site and to provide a dinner, breakfast and a carry-out lunch the first Wednesday of each month beginning in October and continuing through May. The PADS program is looking for additional volunteers to help with specific shifts. The shifts where the need is greatest are: Kitchen help


Dinner Servers

6:45pm-8:00pm (Nov/Jan/Mar/May only)

Guest Check-In

6:45pm-9:00pm (Nov/Jan/Mar/May only)

Support shift

8:00pm-11:00pm (Oct/Dec/Feb/April only)

Support shift


Breakfast/Wakeup shift 3:00am-7:00am (Oct/Dec/Feb/April only) Clean-up shift


Buffet Luncheon at 11:30 am with entertainment

Cost is $9.00

Everyone is welcome to attend. Please write your checks to “Ss Peter and Paul Church” and send them to Deacon Michael Crowell at the St. Paul Center. Questions? Call Deacon Michael at (630) 718-2197

Legion of Mary Our Lady of Sorrows Praesidium…

Please consider giving your time to this wonderful ministry in providing shelter for our growing homeless population. The need is great! Thank you and God Bless!

We welcome you to join us in praying the rosary and devotional prayers in the spirit of faith and in union with our Blessed Virgin Mother, as we fulfill the spiritual needs of our parish community. The Legion of Mary is the largest worldwide apostolic association of lay people in the Catholic Church who are devoted to our most Blessed Virgin Mother.

If you are considering working a shift please call or email Katie Neary at 630-305-7961/ or Kari Foley at 630-577-7051/

Meetings are held every Monday evening from 78:30pm in the Ministry Center, Room 227, upper level. Please contact Paulette Shea at 630-718-2127 if you have any questions.

Your commitment would be an every other month rotation. You would only have to volunteer 3 to 4 times over the year.

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FOR THOSE WHO WAIT … MINISTRY TO THE FAMILY & FRIENDS OF THOSE WHO SERVE IN OUR MILITARY Mission: Provide a place where the proud families and friends of military personnel can meet to support one another. Please join us Tuesday, October 2nd; we’d love to hear about your military loved one as we continue this ministry at SS. Peter & Paul Parish in partnership with Mayslake Ministries. We will meet in the St. Paul Center for the New Evangelization at 7:00 pm. Please contact Deacon Joe Verdico at 630-718-2155 for more information.

Knights of Columbus Council No. 1369 Happenings 615 E. Ogden Ave., Naperville, IL 60563 09-22 – Saturday – SSPP Blood Drive – 7:00 to 12:30 PM (Skip Croasdale) 09-27 – Thursday – Adoration Chapel – 7 to 8 PM – Social to follow location TBD (Eddie Collins) 10-?? – Sunday – Soccer Challenge – (John Moran) – KICKERS NEEDED 10-02 – Tuesday – Business Meeting – 7:30 PM 10-08 – Monday – Columbus Day Parade - Chicago 10-08 – Monday – Columbian Squires Meeting The Knights of Columbus is a Catholic Men’s Fraternal Service Organization founded by Father McGivney. All of the good works we do are informed by our four core principles: Charity, Unity, Fraternity and Patriotism. The Knights also have an insurance program that has a top notch rating. For more information, please contact our Grand Knight, Edward Collins at 815-782-7388 or our Membership Director, Nick Thompson at 815-871-4218. The KC Hall is available for parties and meetings. Contact Rich Lichter at 630-355-2476 for more information. Our aluminum can collection has been success. It has provided us the funding we support our priests and seminarians. continue to drop off your aluminum cans the trailer behind the KC Hall.

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PREGNANT? NEED HELP? Waterleaf Women's Center National Birthright National Pregnancy Hotline National Adoption Hotline Rachel’s Vineyard Natural Family Planning The Nurturing Network Crisis Pregnancy Woman’s Choice Services Project Gabriel

630-701-6270 1-800-848-LOVE 1-800-535-9947 1-202-463-7563 1-866-99-4-GIVE 1-815-834-4065 1-800-TNN-4MOM 1-800-67-BABY-6 1-800-NO-ABORT 630-261-9221 1-877-734-2444

LUNCHEON AT BOHEMIAN CRYSTAL RESTAURANT When: Tuesday,October 16th Cost: $14.00 Time: 12:00 noon Banquet menu – Family style – All you can eat!

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Breaded Pork Tenderloin or Spring Chicken Choice of two soups Vegetable of the day, Sauerkraut, Sweet and Sour Cabbage Mashed Potatoes, Dumplings Mixed Desserts Coffee or Hot Tea

Make checks payable to Ss Peter and Paul Church and send them to Deacon Michael Crowell in the St. Paul Center by Tuesday, October 9th. Please put your phone number on the check. Also let us know if you’ll need transportation. The restaurant is located at 629 N. Blackhawk Drive (One block north of Ogden Avenue Two stoplights east of Cass Avenue)

MOMS GROUP The MOMs (Meeting Other Mothers) Group brings together Catholic mothers committed to family and community service. We meet monthly for support, friendship and affirmation of our role as Catholic mothers. Our fellowship opportunities include playgroups, meals for moms, rosaries, service activities, moms’ night out and children’s activities. Please join us for a rosary playgroup at Kate Henry's house on Thursday, Sept 27 at 9:30 am. Do you and your young children need some social time? Fall playgroups are now beginning. Please email for more information on group events. MOMs Group is always excited to welcome new members!

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In today's Gospel, Jesus says, “If a man wishes to come after me, he must deny his very self, take up his cross, and follow in my steps.” The cross of Jesus and the crosses of his members can evangelize us: the sick who bear illness with courage; the grieving, who hope against hope; the dying, who clearly trust in the resurrection; the suffering of our poor brothers and sisters who are hungry and homeless, but who still trust in God’s love. Is there a neighbor or friend of yours who is in temporary need because of a loss of a job or an illness? Please leave a message for the Society of St. Vincent de Paul… we want to help. Contact us at 630-3551-1081.

THM needs women mentors! We currently have a shortage of women mentors and would be especially grateful if any lady who has previously mentored a family in our program would be willing to return now to mentor a new family. If so, please call Jack Flowers at 630-355-4886 as soon as possible. And, if you are a woman who would be willing to attend new mentor training in October and prepare to join one of our mentor teams in the near future, please also call Jack as soon as you can. Thank you!

Adoration Corner "Let us not forget to visit . . . Jesus. Let us tell Him we love Him. We might ask Him what He wants of us, what are His wishes. Sometimes we might ask Jesus something for ourselves and something for others. One can speak to Jesus as brother to brother, as friend to friend, more so, since it often happens that men do not understand us, whereas Jesus understands each of us always." -St. Maximillian Kolbe, Martyr and Franciscan Priest

St. Francis Chapel of Eucharistic Adoration Flame of Faith Candles Six candles burn perpetually around the Blessed Sacrament in our St. Francis Eucharistic Adoration Chapel. The burning candles serve as a constant prayer before the Lord, present in the Blessed Sacrament. Envelopes for you to have your intention remembered with one of these candles and prayed for ONE WEEK (Sunday to Sunday) are available in the Adoration Chapel. The intentions will be published in the bulletin.

Flame of Faith intentions for the week of Sept. 16th: The seven Day Devotional Candles, at the altar of our Lord, in the Saint Francis Adoration Chapel, are being offered for the following intentions: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

For the Inorio Family as they face their life challenges. For the repose of the soul of Caroline Dolan. For the spiritual and financial prosperity of the Gomez and Mendoza families and for health for everyone. For the repose of the soul of Nancy Reff. For the repose of the soul of Maria. For the repose of the soul of Sue Louis.


Attention Parishioners and Visitors What are you doing on Saturday? Consider spending an hour with our Lord. Adorers are needed for the following hour:

Saturday 11am Please consider visiting with our Lord at this time. Call Barb at 630-885-1726 or

EVENING PRAYER AND BENEDICTION Please join us for Evening Prayer (Vespers) and Benediction, held every Thursday at 6:00pm in the St. Francis Adoration Chapel.

Please visit our Perpetual Adoration Chapel, where Jesus is waiting for you any time, at your convenience, 24/7. Please consider becoming a permanent guardian of the Eucharist. See our hours of need above. Did you know that you can access our Adoration Chapel website through this link from the Parish homepage:

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Kristine Gorecki, Member at Large Dolly McCarthy, Member at Large Steve Keeley, Member at Large Margie Sznajder, Member at Large

Parish Staff Directory SS. PETER AND PAUL PARISH 36 N. Ellsworth St., Naperville, IL 60540 (PHONE) 630-355-1081 (FAX) 630-355-1179 Office Hours: Mon-Fri 9 AM-5 PM; Sat 8:30 AM-4 PM Website: Facebook: SS Peter and Paul New Evangelization PRIESTS Father Thomas Milota, Pastor ........................................ 630-718-2106 Father Mark Rosenbaum, Parochial Vicar ...................... 630-718-2105 Father Josh Miller, Parochial Vicar ................................. 630-718-2104 Father Joseph Valentine, In Residence.............................. 630-718-2120 PERMANENT DEACONS Deacon Ron Brown ........................................................... 630-718-2153 Deacon Michael Crowell .................................................. 630-718-2197 Deacon Roger Novak ........................................................ 630-718-2258 Deacon Joe Verdico .......................................................... 630-718-2155 PARISH OFFICE Pastor’s Administrative Asst: Jessica Payne ..................... 630-718-2108 Office Manager: Gloria Villaseñor ................................... 630-718-2101 Bulletin Editor: Mary Kerner ........................................... 630-718-2110 Administrative Asst: Sarah Bogusz .................................. 630-718-2110 BUSINESS OFFICE Finance Manager: Tom Boler ........................................... 630-718-2100 Accountant: Shannon Findley ........................................... 630-718-2102 Accounting Assistant: Rhonda Mucerino ......................... 630-718-2109 Facilities Manager: Frank Partipilo ................................... 630-718-2163 SCHOOL OFFICE……………………... (PHONE) 630-355-0113 Principal: Frank Glowaty…………………………(FAX) 630-355-9803 NEW EVANGELIZATION Director: Michael Brummond ........................................... 630-718-2154 Coordinator for New Evangelization for Youth: Michael Lewandowski ............................ 630-718-2131 RELIGIOUS EDUCATION OFFICE ..................... 630-357-2436 (FAX)630-357-2458 ATTENDANCE ................................................ 630-355-1139 Director of Religious Education & Children’s Ministry: Deacon Ron Brown ..................... 630-718-2153 Assistant Director: Theresa Pratt ...................................... 630-718-2133 Office Manager: Peggy Partipilo ...................................... 630-718-2138 MUSIC MINISTRY Director of Sacred Music: Matthew S. Sprinkle ............. .630-718-2114 SERVICE MINISTRY Director: Deacon Joe Verdico ........................................... 630-718-2155 PARISH NURSE / PASTORAL MINISTRY Paulette Shea ..................................................................... 630-718-2127 SENIOR SERVICES Deacon Joe Verdico, Communion Call Coordinator ........ 630-718-2155 Paulette Shea, Parish Nurse............................................... 630-718-2127 Deacon Michael Crowell, Young at Heart Director .......... 630-718-2197 NURSERY COORDINATOR Donna Widmann ............................................................... 630-718-2165 PERPETUAL ADORATION VOICEMAIL............. 630-355-1014 ext 2442

WEEKEND MASS SCHEDULE Church: Saturdays; 5:00 & 6:30 PM Sundays; 6:30, 8:00, 9:30, 11:00 AM, 12:30, 5:30 (Tridentine) & 8:00 PM Holy Family Chapel: Sundays; 9:30 & 11:00 AM (Childcare offered during 9:30 AM and 11:00 AM Masses. Call 355-1081 for info.) WEEKDAY MASS SCHEDULE Mondays — Saturdays; 6:45 & 8:00 AM Mondays — Thursdays; 5:15 PM First Friday — 12:00 NOON in the Adoration Chapel HOLY DAY MASS SCHEDULE 6:45, 8:00 AM, 12:00 NOON, 5:15 & 7:00 PM (Obligation may usually be fulfilled at the 5:15 PM Mass on the Eve of the Holy Day. Schedule does not apply on 12-25, 1-1 or if Holy Day falls on a Saturday or Monday.) RECITATION OF THE ROSARY: Tuesdays at 7:30 PM MOTHER OF PERPETUAL HELP NOVENA: Wednesdays at 7:45 AM RESPECT LIFE ROSARY: Wednesdays following 8:00 AM Mass VESPERS & BENEDICTION: Thursdays at 6:00 PM (Adoration Chapel)

SACRAMENTS RECONCILIATION SCHEDULE Tuesdays: 10:00 AM (Holy Family Chapel) and 7:00 PM (Church) (No 10:00AM Confessions on 2nd Tuesday of the month) Thursdays: 7:15 AM & 4:30 PM (Church) Saturdays: 4:00 PM (Church) Sundays: 7:00 PM (Church) (Confessions are also heard at 10:30AM on the 2nd Saturday of the Month in the Holy Family Chapel.) WEDDINGS At least one of the engaged persons (or their parents) must be a registered parishioner for a minimum of three months before the parish will check the calendar for a wedding date. To schedule a wedding date, one of the engaged persons should phone the Parish Office at 630-355-1081 or stop by the Parish Office during regular office hours. Please review the complete wedding policy at

BAPTISMS Generally, we baptize at SSPP each Sunday of the month, (except the 2nd Sunday), at 2 PM. We also schedule baptisms on the 2nd Sunday of each month during the 11:00 AM Chapel Mass or the 12:30 PM Church Mass. Please review the complete baptismal policy at



Thomas Gavin, President, Christian Service Commission Thomas Lupinacci, Vice-President, New Evangelization Commission Jane Bowers, Recording Secretary Brendan Heffron, Worship Commission Jerry Buch, Administration Commission Bob Wold, Christian Education Commission Noelle Gollinger, Parish Life Commission Mary Beth Brummond, Member at large Paul Gallo, Member at Large

For information on scheduling baptisms, weddings, sick calls, hospital calls, home communion visitation, adult instructions in the Catholic faith, or to register as a new parishioner, please call the Parish Office at 630-355-1081.

1. Your family should be registered with the parish in order to have your child baptized. 2. If this is your first child, you must attend a baptism preparation class before receiving a date for your baby’s baptism. Call the Parish Office to sign up for the class. Classes are held on the 1st Monday of the month. 3. Call the Parish Office to schedule a date for your child’s baptism.

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Twenty-Fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time

It’s Time for the SS. Peter and Paul School Bookfair! Where: Elementary Library When: September 18-21, 2012 8:00am-3:00pm (noon on Friday) Who: Books are provided by W.W. Wickel (A division of Anderson Bookshop) This is a great chance to raise money for the school library! All are welcome!

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DONATE YOUR USED CAR Call Naperville CARES to donate your old car. Naperville CARES will take your car, repair it, and give it to a person in need. High priority is given to those clients who need a car to drive to a job or medical appointments. While many organizations requesting car donations sell your car, Naperville CARES actually gives your car to a worthy recipient. Enjoy the satisfaction of knowing you have helped someone remain independent. To donate, call 630369-0200.

SES Friends of the Poor Walk, September 29th, 2012 • Meet in St. Elizabeth Seton parking lot, 2220 Lisson Road, Naperville IL 60565 • Registration begins at 10:00 am, walk begins at 10:30 am • Potluck luncheon at 11:30 am, DuPage River Park Pavilion, 808 Royce Road, Naperville IL 60565 • All walkers who register by September 15th will receive a free T-shirt • Register online at Select “Walkers” option and follow steps to find SES walk (listed as St. Elizabeth Seton, Naperville IL) • To make a pledge to a walker online, search by last name on website. Questions? Contact SES SVdP at 630-416-3325, ext. 432