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READINGS FOR THE WEEK Monday:

Saturday, January 7 - Saint Raymond of Penyafort, Priest 6:45 AM For reparation 8:00 AM Ralph Meehan 5:00 PM Intentions of Shirley and Mike Bayer 6:30 PM Intentions of Ange and George DeVaull Sunday, January 8 - THE EPIPHANY OF THE LORD 6:30 AM James Michael Gentile 8:00 AM Thomas Albarran (A) 9:30 AM Adrena Herbst 11:00 AM Helen “Sis” Dolan 12:30 PM Dr. Wailam Alan Kwok 5:30 PM Ed Wonsowicz (LATIN MASS)

9:30 AM 11:00 AM

Holy Family Chapel

Robert Evans Thomas Albarran (A)

Monday, January 9 - The Baptism of the Lord 6:45 AM Alma M. Haidu 8:00 AM Joseph Chackanad 5:15 PM James Kolar Tuesday, January 10 6:45 AM Frank Nitti Jr. (A) 8:00 AM Frank Nitti Jr. (A) 5:15 PM Margaret Krupa Wednesday, January 11 6:45 AM Robert Maher Jr. 8:00 AM Intentions of Bradley Dawson 5:15 PM Irene L. Lossie (A) Thursday, January 12 6:45 AM Marjorie L. Piper 8:00 AM John Broderick Jr. 5:15 PM Intentions of Veronica and David Pierson Friday, January 13 - Saint Hilary, Bishop and Doctor of the Church 6:45 AM Ivan Fox (A) 8:00 AM Bob Pooley Saturday, January 14 6:45 AM Barbara Mitchell 8:00 AM Jerry Dusek (A) 5:00 PM John Whaley 6:30 PM Edward Roy Mohler Sunday, January 15 - SECOND SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME 6:30 AM James Michael Gentile 8:00 AM Jack Shay 9:30 AM Samuel Caniglia 11:00 AM Saints Peter and Paul Parishioners 12:30 PM Corinne Gourney 5:30 PM Harriet Lueben (LATIN MASS) 8:00 PM Edward Benintende 9:30 AM 11:00 AM

Holy Family Chapel

David Benson Jason Sinnick

Is 42:1-4, 6-7 or Acts 10:34-38; Ps 29:1-4, 3, 9-10; Mt 3:13-17 Tuesday: Heb 2:5-12; Ps 8:2ab, 5, 6-9; Mk 1:21-28 or Heb 1:1-6 and 2:5-12; Ps 8:2ab, 5, 6-9; Mk 1:14-20 and 1:21-28 Wednesday: Heb 2:14-18; Ps 105:1-4, 6-9; Mk 1:29-39 Thursday: Heb 3:7-14; Ps 95:6-11; Mk 1:40-45 Friday: Heb 4:1-5, 11; Ps 78:3, 4bc, 6c-8; Mk 2:1-12 Saturday: Heb 4:12-16; Ps 19:8-10, 15; Mk 2:13-17 Sunday: Is 49:3, 5-6; Ps 40:2, 4, 7-10; 1 Cor 1:1-3; Jn 1:29-34

School Mass All School Mass will be held on Monday, January 9th at 8 AM.

PLEASE NOTE The Parish office will be closed on Monday, January 16th in observance of the Martin Luther King holiday and reopen on Tuesday, January 17th at 7:30 AM.

Help Wanted Youth Ministry is searching for adults who are passionate about sharing their Catholic faith with teens and leading small group discussions. Volunteers must complete Protecting God’s Children and are needed for Monday and Friday nights this spring and select Sunday nights. Contact Jared Rutnicki for details at jrutnicki@sspeterandpaul.net or 630-718-2131. SPECIAL THANKS TO ALL OF YOU “To Do for Another is the Greatest Gift of All” Once again, the response to our parish giving tree this Christmas season was truly overwhelming and heartwarming. You, the parishioners of Saints Peter and Paul made this a much brighter Christmas season for over 150 children with special needs and their families. Additionally you brightened the Christmas of SSPP Transitional Housing Ministry families; Women and their children spending Christmas at Family Shelter Services, and our SSPP St Vincent DePaul families in need. On behalf of all of these families touched by your generosity THANK YOU


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A MESSAGE FROM OUR PASTOR Dear Parishioners of Saints Peter and Paul, Thank you! Thank you to all of our staff and volunteers who worked so hard to make our church and our liturgies so beautiful during Christmas Season. May Almighty God reward you. March For Life Chicago Sunday, January 15, 1-7pm Saints Peter and Paul Youth Group is sponsoring a trip to the March for Life to Chicago. Join Saints Peter and Paul and stand for life on Sunday, January 15 from 1-7pm in our own city of Chicago. We will take a bus to the Federal Plaza, attend the rally, march through the Loop, and have dinner before returning. For more information contact the Youth Ministry Office at the parish. March for Life in Washington, DC Follow coverage of the March for Life in Washington, DC, on EWTN. Log onto their website at:

http://www.ewtn.com/prolife/, for more information.

May Almighty God bless you and protect you. In Christ,

Fr. Thomas A. Milota I would also like to share this inspiring article with you:

PRO-LIFE? DO THIS EASY THING IN 2017 By Anne McGuire

DECEMBER 30, 2016 I'll never forget briefly getting to know a friend's son, who was in seminary. Something about his gaze struck me more than anything else: it lacked any trace of trying to obtain something from me. Instead of focusing on achieving personal objectives, he simply befriended me for my own sake. It wasn't a romantic situation, so as I tried to process why I felt so deeply moved, I suddenly realized: I had experienced the gaze of Christ. That's what being pro-life is about. As Cardinal O'Malley, O.F.M. Cap., former chair of the bishops' Committee on Pro-Life Activities, once noted, "we discover our worth when we discover our true identity found in the unchangeable, permanent fact that we are created in God's image and likeness and called to an eternal destiny with him." Being pro-life means taking a stand against what Pope Francis calls the "throwaway culture," which looks out for its own gains, casting people aside as though their lives are not worth living. It means seeing people as Christ sees and loving them as he loves. Being pro-life is about cherishing and protecting each person and his or her life at every stage and in every circumstance. That's why the U. S. Catholic bishops are asking us to participate in 9 Days for Life—a digital pilgrimage from January 21-29. Do you start novenas intending to pray them all the way through, but often forget? There's an app for that! (You can customize reminders to pray the bishops' annual, pro-life novena.) Not into apps? You can join the Facebook event (www.goo.gl/UMtYrL), download the novena online, or sign up for daily emails or text messages at 9daysforlife.com. As part of 9 Days for Life, the bishops are also asking us to share our story with others. You can post a 5-15 second video of why you are participating in 9 Days for Life, how you participated that day, or what being pro-life means to you. Or, print out the customizable sign, fill it in, and post a selfie with the sign. (Find the sign by clicking on the "Share" button at 9daysforlife.com.) When sharing the video or picture, use the hashtag #9DaysforLife; if you're posting on Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter, be sure to tag @USCCB—we might share your post! Other creative suggestions for participating can be found at www.9daysforlife.com. For example, consider having an informal Coffee and Conversation (www.goo.gl/qK7PEF) to discuss some of the topics referenced in the novena, or host a potluck with friends and pray one day of the novena together after the meal. A leaders' toolkit is available with free, quick, and easy-to-use materials to help parishes, clergy, press, and Catholic high schools share the merciful message of life not only from January 21-29, but also throughout the year. To access, click the "Leaders' Toolkit" button on www.9daysforlife.com. Sign up now at www.9DaysforLife.com to be moved by mercy, and to share with others the joyful truth that every life is worth living. Sometimes all it takes is simply stopping long enough to really see someone.


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Augustine Institute/ Lighthouse Catholic Media CD/ Resource Program

PARISH SACRIFICIAL GIVING We sincerely thank everyone for their generosity and support. For the new fiscal year beginning July 1, 2016 the weekly Sunday collection goal is $46,263 (based on 51 Sundays) December 2016 Sunday Offering Year-To-Date Surplus / (Deficit)

$

(36,984)

Average Total Sunday Collections Fiscal Year to Date (26 Sundays)

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44,841

Angels Explained: What You Should Know About the Nine Choirs. Mark Miravalle - Professor at Franciscan University of Steubenville - teaches on the fascinating subject of Angels. Why did God create angels? How are they different from humans? Are guardian angels found in Scripture? Discover the answer to these questions and many more as Dr. Mark Miravalle explains the nine choirs of angels, their differing roles and hierarchical order, and how much angels can help us if we only ask. Here are what other listeners are saying about this talk:

RELIGIOUS EDUCATION Thank you to Sister Marjorie, the First Grade RE team and all of the children who put on a wonderful Nativity play.

I loved hearing about the different kinds of angels. After hearing this talk I fell in deeper love with my guardian angel and St. Micheal the Archangel. Fascinating stuff! Edgar - Ripon, CA I liked the very concise & detailed explanation of how the angel studies were done by the Church, the history of the angels, all the different types of angels & their duties (good & bad), the hierarchies, tying info to scripture & tradition, the importance of talking/praying to our guardian angel daily, invoking the angels, going to Adoration, etc. Everyone likes angels, but I didn't realize there was so much info, & how to join the good side to fight the fallen angels! MOIRA - HOUSTON, TX This was an eye opener....thank you so much!!

Gracie - Robstown, TX

25th Anniversary of Fr. Milota’s Ordination Our very own Fr. Milota will be celebrating the 25th anniversary of his Ordination to the Priesthood this year. To recognize this special anniversary, the Parish Life Committee is collecting stories, prayers, photos, and letters from parishioners to create a memory book to present to Father. Please send your family's submission to the Parish Life Committee at SSPPparishlife@gmail.com by January 31st. In addition, we will create a spiritual bouquet as a gift to Father. You may contribute your promise of rosaries, Mass intentions, Adoration hours, and other prayers to be included by emailing them before January 31st.

RE Classes resume this week, January 10th and 11th.

Anyone who would like to participate and would prefer not to use email may drop off their contribution at the parish office. All parishioners are invited to a reception to celebrate and congratulate Fr. Milota on Saturday, February 18th following the 5:00 p.m. Mass. Thank you for helping us honor our pastor on this special occasion!


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Our beautiful Christmas Flowers were purchased in memory of many families and friends. Please keep them in your prayers. Given by: Mr. & Mrs. Frank Abbeduto Mr. & Mrs. Dennis Abboud……………………………………………. Mr. & Mrs. Carlo Acanfora Mr. & Mrs. Frank Acquavella………………………………………….. Mr. Ian Adam Mr. Michael Ameche Mr. & Mrs. Jedd Anderson…………………………………………….. Mr. & Mrs. Ronald Arnone…………………………………………….. Mr. & Mrs. Myron Austin Mr. & Mrs. Jerzy Balutowski…………………………………………... Mr. & Mrs. William Baranyk…………………………………………... Mr. & Mrs. Jonathan Barger…………………………………………… Mr. & Mrs. Jerome Bigoness…………………………………………... Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Bilardello………………………………………….. Mr. & Mrs. Peter Borsay Mr. & Mrs. David Bowers……………………………………………... Mrs. Sandy Bray……………………………………………………….. Mr. & Mrs. John Brdar Mr. & Mrs. Donald Brumfield Ms. Allison Buettner Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Buettner………………………………………….. Mr. & Mrs. David Buettner Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Burns……………………………………………... Mrs. Dorothy Bushell…………………………………………………... Mr. & Mrs. Albert Cacini………………………………………………. Mr. A Patrick Cawiezel………………………………………………… Mrs. Marybeth Cesare…………………………………………………. Mrs. Lenore Chemers………………………………………………….. Mr. & Mrs. Robert Colwell…………………………………………….. Mr. James Cory………………………………………………………… Mr. & Mrs. Norbert Cvengros Mr. & Mrs. Dino Dini Mr. & Mrs. John Dolan………………………………………………… Mr. & Mrs. James Duncan……………………………………………... Mr. & Mrs. Edward Dvorchak…………………………………………. Mr. & Mrs. Marian Dzikowski Mr. Jerry Ercolano…………………………………………………….. Mr. & Mrs. Jerome Ernst………………………………………………. Mr. & Mrs. Christopher Esser Mr. Robert Euritt Dr. & Mrs. Brian Fagan Mr. & Mrs. John Fieser………………………………………………… Mrs. Krystyna Fitros…………………………………………………… Mr. & Mrs. Shawn Fitzgerald Dr. & Mrs. Brent Fonner……………………………………………….. Mr. & Mrs. Robert Gabler……………………………………………… Mr. & Mrs. Nicholas Gatto…………………………………………….. Ms. Mary Gergits George & Colleen Gorup Ms. Linda Griffith Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Grill Mr. & Mrs. David Gurnik Mr. & Mrs. Michael Hammond……………………………………….. Benjamin and Jennine Harkins…………………………………………. Mr. & Mrs. Darrell Hassler…………………………………………….. Mr. & Mrs. William Hayes Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Heafey Mr. James Healy Mr. Joseph Henk……………………………………………………….. Mrs. Martha Hirsch Mr. & Mrs. Kevin Holcomb…………………………………………….

In Memory of: Virginia Abboud and Calorine Elias Antoni and Katherine Szczech Bob Southwick Arnone and Simboli Families Janina Tomczyk Debbie S. Donald Miller James P. Bigoness and Geraldine E. Bigoness Tom Katsoulis David F. Bowers Richard Bray

Catherine Ann Buettner Thomas and Mabel Burns Daniel Bushell Cacini and Zenzola Families Mom Joseph Cesare Jim Pavlisao Rita and George Eggert Patricia Cory Caroline J. Dolan Diane Our Family Michaelina Ercolano Ruth Hogan

Joan Carne Stefan Gregorczyk Jacqueline Frank Bridget Pekala Arra and Gatto Families

Hammond and Moore Families Jan Sherk Luis Rebaza

Henk and Hennessy deceased Family Members Dr. George Holcomb

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Our beautiful Christmas Flowers were purchased in memory of many families and friends. Please keep them in your prayers. Given by: Mr. & Mrs. Robert Hoole Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth Horsley Ms. Catherine Howe Mr. & Mrs. George Huff Mr. Howard Humecki Ivans Family………………………………………………………… Mr. & Mrs. Andrew Jakobsze Miss Mary Janczak………………………………………………….. Mr. & Mrs. Robert Jech…………………………………………….. Mr. Stephen Jedd……………………………………………………. Mr. Michael Johnson………………………………………………... Mr. Brad Keyes Mr. Youhana Khosrowabadi Mrs. Elvira H. Kincaid……………………………………………… Mr. & Mrs. David Klen……………………………………………... Mr. & Mrs. Erick Knox……………………………………………... Mr. & Mrs. Charles Koch Mr. & Mrs. William Kohley Mrs. Mary Ann Konkols……………………………………………. Mr. & Mrs. Richard Kravchuk Mr. Edward Krupa Mrs. Dorothy Krushing Mr. & Mrs. Wladyslaw Kurek Mr. & Mrs. William Kurylak Mr. & Mrs. Bruce Lamb Ms. Carol Lamphere………………………………………………… Mr. & Mrs. John Larock Mr. & Mrs. James Laughead………………………………………... Mr. & Mrs. John Laws……………………………………………… Miss Helen Lehnen…………………………………………………. Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Leopold Mr. & Mrs. Charles Lesnik…………………………………………. Mr. & Mrs. Stephen Lilly Ms. Cynthia Linn………………………………………………….... Mrs. Rita Lisson…………………………………………………….. Miss. Jennifer Lord………………………………………………….. Mr. & Mrs. Ronald Lovik…………………………………………... Mrs. Antonella Luebbert……………………………………………. Ms. Nijole Lukosiunas Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Lupinacci……………………………………... Mr. & Mrs. John Madormo Miss Teresita Magana………………………………………………. Ms. Mary Maher Mr. & Mrs. George Mahoney…………………………………….…. Mr. Douglas J. Mandel……………………………………………… Mr. & Mrs. Robert Mandel Mr. & Mrs. Guy Maras Mr. & Mrs. Michael Maszka……………………………………..…. Mr. & Mrs. Stewart Mattson………………………………………... Mr. & Mrs. Chris Maxwell………………………………………….. Mr. Robert Mazzone Mr. & Mrs. Mark McAndrew……………………………………..… Mr. & Mrs. Robert McCafferty Ms. Teresa McCafferty…………………………………………….... Mr. & Mrs. James McCauley……………………………………..… Mr. & Mrs. Kevin McCauley Mr. & Mrs. Terrence McHugh Mr. & Mrs. Daniel McLean………………………………………….

In Memory of:

Harry and Mary Joseph and Elaina Janczak, George Janczak and Todd Janczak Jech and Keliwotis Families Genevieve Jedd Mary Johnson Patrick J. Kincaid Louise Mitchell Jan Kulik and June Knox Richard Konkols and Stephen Woodcock

Irene and Joseph Michniewicz Mr. & Mrs. Arthur Berdelle Helen Gaynor and Therese Laws Joe Lehnen Anna and Cliff Jordan Medard and Ann Linn Al Lisson Jr. James Lord LeFebvre and Lovik Families Marvin Luebbert Al Lupinacci, Sadie Lupinacci and K.T. Martin, Jr. Mom and Dad Jaworski and Mahoney Families Emil Mandel Jeanne Fillinsky and Ruth Robinson Mike and Pat Rynne Steve, Lottie, Dale and Joan Bob Evans Martha Sherry Francis J. Lucia, Jr. Paul J. Hart, Robert L. Buckley and Garnett McLean

TO BE CONTINUED IN THE NEXT BULLETIN...


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CHRISTIAN SERVICE HAPPENINGS AND MORE Saint Vincent de Paul Epiphany of The Lord

Save the Date!

Today we celebrate the feast of the Epiphany, where the Magi find the newborn king and offer him gifts of gold, frankincense and myrrh. In the spirit of the Magi, please put your gift in the St. Vincent de Paul Poor envelope so that comfort and peace can once again be given to a newborn child. Inspired by Gospel values, the Society of St Vincent de Paul, a Catholic lay organization, leads women and men to join together to grow spiritually by offering person-to-person service to those who are needy and suffering in the tradition of its founder, Blessed Frederic Ozanam, and its patron, Saint Vincent de Paul.

Transitional Housing Ministry Have you resolved to make a difference in the new year? Consider becoming a volunteer mentor for the Transitional Housing Ministry. New mentor training will be held on January 14 at Knox Presbyterian Church in Naperville. Mentors meet on an ongoing, regular basis with a family in the program and help them develop the life skills to achieve and maintain their selfsufficiency. To learn more, call Jack Flowers at 630-355-4886. To sign up for training, visit www.bridgecommunities.org and click on “Support Us,” then “Volunteer Mentor.” ROSARY HOLY HOUR On the third Tuesday of the month, there will be a Rosary Holy Hour with Benediction. All are most welcome to join us. If there is a special intention that you would like to have remembered during the weekly Rosary, please email sspprosary@gmail.com or come to the Tuesday Rosary to add your intention.

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.

Help Saints Peter and Paul raise money by turning in your Box Tops and Campbell’s Soup labels. There is a box in the back of church and in the Ministry Center, as well. Thank you for helping support our school!

Youth Group News The March for Life in Chicago is next Sunday afternoon. Keep in prayer the group from Saints Peter and Paul who is traveling to Chicago to stand for life. Monday, January 9 – 7-9pm Join us Monday night for a Bible study on the Baptism of the Lord. Afterwards, we will spend time playing a game. Friday, January 13 – 7-9pm Two Youth Group teens will be leading Friday night’s activity about the saints! Join us for Jeopardy and a night of fun! Jared Rutnicki (jrutnicki@sspeterandpaul.net)


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You are Invited… to join in the reading and lively discussion of …

The Screwtape Letters by C. S. Lewis Monday, January 9, 2017 The Screwtape Letters will be followed by

The Discernment of Spirits: An Ignation Guide for Everyday Living by Timothy M. Gallagher, OMV, 2005 during the Lenten season, 2017. Watch for the dates! St. Paul Center for New Evangelization Mondays, 9:15 – 11:00AM

Procure books on your own All are Welcome!

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LOAVES AND FISHES COLLECTION REMINDER: The third weekend of January will be our collection for the Loaves and Fishes Food Pantry. Please place your donations on the steps in front of the communion rail in Church, or by the doors outside the Chapel in the Ministry Center this weekend. Thank you for your generosity!

Women’s Morning of Recollection All women are warmly invited to our next MOR which will be held on Tuesday, January 10th from 10am to noon in the Holy Family Chapel. The recollection includes Confession, meditations, a practical talk, time for private prayer and Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament. We hope you can join us! For more information, call Mary Buch at 630-961-8342. Child care is also available, please call or text Juliana Hepburn at 630-877-0010. Saint Josemaria is on Facebook! Follow the official “Saint Josemaria” page today, get daily inspirational quotes and testimonies, and share with your family and friends at www.facebook.com/stjosemaria


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MATTHEW’S GOSPEL CORNER Today we celebrate The Epiphany of the Lord – that day when God is revealed through His Son Jesus Christ to the nations. The acceptance of Jesus by the Magi and His rejection by King Herod, the chief priests, and the scribes foreshadows the two-fold reaction of Jesus during His public ministry and ultimately in His passion and death. In this way, the infancy narrative serves as a Gospel miniature. Interwoven throughout the narrative are explicit and implicit quotations from the Old Testament, which the evangelist uses to show that Jesus is the fulfillment of God’s plan of salvation as foretold through the Scriptures. The genealogy in Matthew's Gospel depicts Jesus as Son of David and Son of Abraham. As Son of David Jesus came to save God's people Israel. The story of the Magi makes it clear that as Son of Abraham, Jesus came to save the people of all nations. The Magi from the East are drawn by natural means to God, but it is only through the revelation contained in Scripture that they come to know what nature could not reveal, namely, that God has become man to redeem all who will accept Him. The three kings are told to go to Bethlehem where they adore the newborn king and offer gifts as foreshadowed in Psalm 72 and in Isaiah 60: May the kings of Tarshish and the islands bring tribute, the kings of Sheba and Seba offer gifts. May all kings bow before him, all nations serve him (Ps 72:10-11). Nations shall walk by your light, kings by the radiance of your dawning. … Caravans of camels shall cover you, dromedaries of Midian and Ephah; All from Sheba shall come bearing gold and frankincense, and heralding the praises of the LORD… The children of your oppressors shall come, bowing before you; all those who despised you, shall bow low at your feet. (Is 60: 3, 6, 14). Just as with Joseph, the Patriarch in the Book of Genesis, and Joseph, the husband of Mary in Matthew’s Gospel, the Magi are warned through a dream to return to their homes by a different route. The irony is that despite hearing the same prophesy that the Magi heard regarding the newborn king, Herod, the priests, and the scribes seek to destroy the Christ. Their plan is foiled as Joseph, in obedience to God, takes the child and His mother into Egypt. In the Passion narrative, the Jewish leaders will again use a Gentile, Pilate, to foil God’s plan, yet it is through their actions that His plan of salvation is fulfilled. In all things, God is victorious. Matthew also wishes to show that Jesus’ journey, first to Egypt and then to Nazareth, mirrors the experience of the Israelites’ sojourn in Egypt and exodus to the Promised Land. In this way, the evangelist shows that Jesus is a true Israelite who like Moses, leads God’s people out of slavery and into freedom: "Out of Egypt I have called my son” (Hosea 11:1). Herod, the chief priest, and the scribes sought to thwart God's plan for salvation because it threatened their notion of security and position. They were not interested in serving God but themselves. The Magi accepted the newborn king because they sought truth, even if it took them in an unexpected direction. They possessed an openness to God's revelation that enabled them to recognize the King of Kings and Lord of Lords in a newborn child lying in a manger. This receptivity sprang from a recognition that despite their wealth or place in society, there was something more enduring, something more satisfying than what they possessed and so they sought out what was lacking and found the eternal God. The experience of the Magi reflects the experience of the early Church as Gentiles from around the known world, of every race and nation, embraced the preaching of the Apostles. Let us pray especially during this Christmas Season for openness to God's revelation. Allow Him to speak to you in the quiet recesses of your heart by making daily prayer a priority. Do not allow your own ideas of success or security blind you to true and lasting peace – the peace that only the Prince of Peace can give. Are we intent on serving God or are we, perhaps, only serving ourselves? God wishes to reveal Himself to you, to manifest His love in ways beyond your imagination and through you to others – that is the message of today’s Solemnity, the Epiphany of the Lord. 1 2

The Birth of the Messiah. 165-201 Albright and Mann, Matthew, The Anchor Bible, pp. 11-16

For more information about Matthew’s Gospel Corner email Robert.J.Schuhriemen@gmail.com


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BACK TO BASICS “Ignorance of Scripture is Ignorance of Christ” Well, it’s a New Year, and that often means New Year’s Resolutions. Countless articles on-line are offering ideas for resolutions, and tips for making them stick. One great New Year’s Resolution I’ve heard over the years is to read the Bible from cover to cover. This is a fantastic goal to set, but one that can get derailed all too quickly. Why? Because sometime around March you’re going to hit…Leviticus. Genesis and Exodus follow a generally unified “plot,” and then you’re suddenly thrust into an ancient legal document…and you’re resolve from January is nowhere to be found. How can you approach the Sacred Scriptures this year with a better “game plan” to persevere? Well, for starters, let’s just be clear on how important Scripture is in the life of a Catholic Christian. Paul told Timothy, “All scripture is inspired by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, and for training in righteousness, that the man of God may be complete, equipped for every good work” (2 Tim 3:16-17). The Second Vatican Council had this to say on the place of the Scriptures in the life of the Church: The Church has always venerated the divine Scriptures just as she venerates the body of the Lord, since, especially in the sacred liturgy, she unceasingly receives and offers to the faithful the bread of life from the table both of God's word and of Christ's body. She has always maintained them, and continues to do so, together with sacred tradition, as the supreme rule of faith, since, as inspired by God and committed once and for all to writing, they impart the word of God Himself without change, and make the voice of the Holy Spirit resound in the words of the prophets and Apostles. Therefore, like the Christian religion itself, all the preaching of the Church must be nourished and regulated by Sacred Scripture. For in the sacred books, the Father who is in heaven meets His children with great love and speaks with them; and the force and power in the word of God is so great that it stands as the support and energy of the Church, the strength of faith for her sons, the food of the soul, the pure and everlasting source of spiritual life. Consequently these words are perfectly applicable to Sacred Scripture: "For the word of God is living and active" (Heb. 4:12) and "it has power to build you up and give you your heritage among all those who are sanctified" (Acts 20:32; see 1 Thess. 2:13). The sacred synod also earnestly and especially urges all the Christian faithful, especially Religious, to learn by frequent reading of the divine Scriptures the "excellent knowledge of Jesus Christ" (Phil. 3:8). "For ignorance of the Scriptures is ignorance of Christ." Therefore, they should gladly put themselves in touch with the sacred text itself, whether it be through the liturgy, rich in the divine word, or through devotional reading, or through instructions suitable for the purpose and other aids which, in our time, with approval and active support of the shepherds of the Church, are commendably spread everywhere. And let them remember that prayer should accompany the reading of Sacred Scripture, so that God and man may talk together; for "we speak to Him when we pray; we hear Him when we read the divine saying." (Dei Verbum 21, 25) As you can see, the Church places the Bible at the center of her life. The same should be true for each one of us. In upcoming bulletin articles, we’ll look at tips for beginning a lifetime of scripture reading, ideas for how to get started, how to get the most out of reading the Bible, and strategies for persevering when we find scripture reading difficult. Have a question about the Catholic faith? Email mikebrummond@gmail.com

PLEASE REMEMBER We need your help in order to keep our Parish Registry up-to-date. Please let us know when you move, whether you plan on staying as a parishioner.

REPORTING SEXUAL ABUSE: Anyone who has reasonable cause to suspect the sexual abuse of a minor by a member of the clergy or other Church personnel is urged to report the matter immediately. Reports may be made to any pastor or to the diocesan Victim Assistance Coordinator at 815-263-6467. Contact DCFS at 1-800-25-ABUSE.


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PRAYER INTENTIONS PRAYING FOR THE SICK AND DECEASED

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: Dennis Adamski, Kristine Agnich, Loretta Agnich, Kelsey Allen, Dolores Anderson, Don Anderson, Marlene Annerino, Olga Arakaki, Barnabas Barretto, Alli Bayer, Lorraine Blackburn, Matt Bloodgood, Luciana Bodero, Patricia Botello, Rose Briceno, Evelyn Brown, Charles Bruce, Mary Bruce, Chris Bruni, D’Arcy Bruni, Ed Bruni, Rachel Bryan, Albert Cacini, Don Cassa, Colette Cerulla, Gloria Cervany, Mary Beth Cesare, Casey Cherry, Dan Condon, Kathy Condon, Joe Condon, Catherine Corn, Jack D’Angelo, Mary Davis, Scott Dawson, Anthony Dean, Edward Dean, Sangeetha Devadas, Mary Dorn, Donald Drever, Karen Eggen, Charles Farrell, Thomas Farrell, Therese Feranec, George Franicevic, Mary Ann Freitag, Kathryn Frigo, Trish Gannon, Rafael Garcia, Susan Gardner, Maria Gargol, Mary Gergits, Mr. Gladwin, Mercedes Gonzales, Joe Gorman, Adam Gruett, Eileen Gruett, Stasia Gryz, Nikki Gudall, Don Haas, Virginia Habes, Sue Hall, Don Hargis, Mary Beth Harmon, Wayne Harrison, Judy Healy, Sami Henderson, Gloria Hermes, Penny Holtz, Jan Janczak, Mark Jenkins, John Kennedy, Marion Kenny, Erminia Kieback, Marion Kinney, Laura Kochel, Kevin Konvalinka, Maddie Kowalski, Suzanne Krauss, Thomas Krauss, Rose Kupshe, Ed Kurzawa, Rosemary Krystek, Jeanine LaBelle, Bill Larry, Brad Larry, Beverly Leannais, Chris Levan, Alex Levin, Ken Lietz, Michael Lietz, Noah Lindsay, Rita Lisson, Vi Livernash, Colleen Llacsa, Marge Loehrke, Maria Macedo, Monica Macedo, Joan Marchaterre, Rose Marks, Sam Marra Jr., Leo Martinez, Luisa Matta, Benjamin Mauloff, Jeanette Prochorow McCann, Scott McNally, Tom McNeff, Fr. Vytas Memenas, Tim Meskill, Doreen Million, Fr. Elias Mills, Betty Lou Milota, Roy Mitchell, Barb Moceri, baby Avila Valencia Moreno, Marie Morgan, Mary Moore, Eileen Morris, Diane Mrizek, James Mucerino, Sam Mulay, Cesar Naguit, Armando Navar, Katie Neary, Maria Suong Nguyen, Hans Nicolaysen, Eugene Niziolek, Mercedes Niziolek, Ryan Novak, Ann Nowak, Fr. James Nowak, Nancy O’Hara, James Oliver Olimpiada, Matthew Ousterout, Vince Palermo Jr., Jos Panny, Ben Parrilli, John Pfeuffer, Cheryl Puknaitis, Carson Pytell, Sharon Pworek, Charles Rankin, Mary Rauch, Max Reitzel, Camilla Rivera, Laura Rott, Margaret Rupert, Harrison Ruzicka, Maria San Juan, Catherine Sawner, Charles Schenk, Rita Schmidt, Roger Schmith, Andrew Schutzius, Chuck Schweiger, Mary Grace Shane, Brian Shaughnessey, Debra Shea, Ysabelle Simbol, Irene Slowik, Edward Slowik, Caryl Steimel, John Stewart, Tom Stone, Joel Super, Dell Svoboda, Mary Switt, Mark Szachnitowski, Frances Tavernaro, Jeannie Thorpe, John Thorpe, Bernice Tokarski, Akiko Toyohara, Roz Turner, Sharon Tworek, Julie Umbreit, Diane Varner, Carmen Vasquez, Charles Villaseñor, Marie Williams, Janice Wilson, Sylvia Wolfe, Ricardo Yparraguirre, Dorothy Zaba, Nick Zadak, Deacon Kevin Zeeb, Jayne Zenker, Helen Zgoda, Mary Elizabeth Zink.

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

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 9 AM on Friday. 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 February we will remove names put on prior to January 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. Any names received after 9 AM on Friday will be included in the following weekend’s prayers. Deceased loved ones who are buried from Saints 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 9 AM on Friday.

Please Remember in Prayer our Men and Women Serving in the Military U.S. Air Force

U.S. Army (cont’d)

Airman 1st Class Joseph Burns Daniel Caddigan Captain Nick DuPre Major Frank Girdwain Sgt. Mike McDonnell Sr. Airman Steve McDonnell Lt. Theodore M. Jackson Sgt. Zachary McKenty Captain Scott Paeth Sr. Airman Daniel Shea Senior Airman Amanda Shea Sgt. Dan Steenstra

Captain Stephen Stoll SPC Robert Surran Sgt. Craig Vladika Captain Eileen White

U.S. Army

Captain Michael Caddigan Captain John J. Case Major Mary Cassidy Lt. Col. Richard Collage Captain Tom Crane Pvt Nick Gedvilas Major Thomas E. Goerling Sgt. Anthony Gorup Cpl. Jon Gurnik SPC Jarred Hampton Lt. Col. Sean Hermick Sgt. Kellen Jones 1 Lt. Josh Laz Captain Stephen Laz Captain Aimee Laz Park 2 Lt. Connor Mulhere SPC Steven Powell Major Michael Predny Captain Andrew J. Prunty Captain Daniel Rickert 1st Lt. David Rickert Harrison Ruzicka, SPEC. 4 Sgt. 1st Class Pamela Schmecht

U.S. Navy LCDR Thomas Bock Captain Anthony Giglio Commander Michael Jelinek Lt. Tom Kuhrt Commander Chris Kurgan Lieutenant JG Patrick Marsh Lt. Kaleb Moore Lt. Kasey Scheel Lt. Matthew Scheel Ensign Michael Schmitz

U.S. Marine Corps Major Kevin Bowler Captain Donald J. Carlsen CWO2 John Crites Sgt. Richard DiBiaso PFC Jonathon Dragovan Sgt. Luke Focer LCPL Ryan Goralski 2nd Lt. Eric Hovey Sgt. Ivan Karamysev Major Pete Keough Gy Sgt. Conor Mahoney Sgt. Steven Oleksy II LCPL Matthew Prasse Corporal Joseph Taylor Staff Sgt. Marcin Tutaj

U.S. Coast Guard P.D. John McNellis B.M.3 Andrew Parent

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 donna@welcomeyouhome.org.


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Young at Heart Save the Date

COME AND ADORE HIM IN THE MOST HOLY SACRAMENT...

Visit our Saint Francis Adoration Chapel Opened 24/7 Please consider visiting with our Lord at this times. Call Barb at 630-885-1726 or blandiak@gmail.com

Sunday 3pm Monday 3pm Monday 4pm Tuesday 2am Wednesday 10pm Saturday 8pm

It’s THAT time of the year when life gets to be very frantic! Each year’s pledge to ourselves to be sure next year is DIFFERENT seems to collapse and we are as frantic as ever. Let’s try again to make this year a bit different. Our intentional giving to those in need will be greatly appreciated by the recipients: the Giving Tree, a visit to a homebound person, a home-baked sweet or other item delivered to their door, a special card are a few of the ways YOU can help the holidays pass joyfully. Please consider the following YOUNG AT HEART activities planned with YOU in mind. Bring a friend and enjoy the time spent with other like-minded Seniors. Note the changes listed. 

"My Jesus! What a lovable contrivance this holy Sacrament was - that You would hide under the appearance of bread to make Yourself loved and to be available for a visit by anyone who desires You!" - St. Alphonsus Ligouri

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January 26, 2017 (Thursday) Saturday Night Fever and dinner Drury Lane, Fee $45.00. (Registration deadline is January 17,2017) Spring of 2017 - Luncheon at Cog Hill Country Club and Golf Course – tour of Alvernia Manor, Senior Retirement in Lemont More to come…

All are welcome to attend. Please make checks to SS. Peter and Paul. Drop them off or send to Denise. Call to reserve a spot - 630-718-2156. Please observe deadlines.

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 this week: 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.

FLAME OF

The entire staff of Catholic answers. For purity of soul, mind and body. For the conversion of sinners. For Theresa. For the repose of the soul of Robert Green. For full recovery for Julie and Trish (Sheila’s daughter).

PRAYER NETWORK If prayers are needed, please call Jay Albarran at 630-961-3835 or Connie Wanberg at 630-355-3056.

New BIBLE STUDY

EPHESIANS: Discover your Inheritance Discover what it means to be a son or daughter of God—an heir to all He has to give!

Starting January 23rd/24th 8 week study - Monday Evenings (7-8:30 pm) OR Tuesday Mornings (9-10:30 am) Ministry Center Social Hall COST (for materials): $20.00 Contact Denise 630-718-2156 or dstephen@sspeterandpaul.net to Register. Must register by January 9, 2017 to have materials for 1st session.


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HERE AND AROUND TOWN Knights of Columbus Council No. 1369 615 E. Ogden Ave., Naperville, IL 60563 www.napervillekofc.org 01-15 – Sunday – Free Throw Contest – 7:00 to 9:00 PM @ SSPP Gymnasium (Jay Zapata) 01-20 – Friday – Hessed House – VOLUNTEERS NEEDED 01-21 – Saturday – Rosary at Planned Parenthood – 9:00 AM (Alex Rechenmacher) – PRAYERS NEEDED 01-29 – Sunday – Fifth Sunday Rosary – 10:30 AM – Location TBA 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, John Moravecek at 983-9209 or our Membership Director, Nick Thompson at 815-871-4218. The Kaycee Cub Hall is available for parties and meetings. The Naperville Knights of Columbus meets there on the first Tuesday every month. Contact Al Knoeck at 630-369-2992 for more information. Our aluminum can collection has been a great success. It has provided us the funding we need to support our priests and seminarians. Please continue to drop off your aluminum cans next to the trailer behind the Kaycee Club Hall.

NEWS FROM THE KNIGHTS A check for $500 was presented to Waterleaf Women's Center in Aurora on December 17th.

Cub Scouts Happenings On Saturday, December 3, as a service project, our Cub Scouts set up Christmas decorations for a Little Friends residential home. At our December Pack meeting, the Scouts collected and wrapped gloves and hats for the needy and filled out Christmas cards for the crew of the newly commissioned USS Illinois submarine. Our Ss. Peter and Paul Cub Scouts Pack 506 Upcoming Activities include:  Saturday, February 11, 2017, 6 – 8 pm - Annual Cub Scouts Blue and Gold Banquet. Cub Scouts and their families will also be attending the 5 pm Mass.  Friday, March 10, 2017, 7 – 8:30 pm - Pinewood Derby! Zuker Hall, SSPP School. (Thursday, March 9, 7 pm - Pinewood Derby car weigh-ins, also in Zuker Hall.) The Cub Scouts program provides wholesome, fun activities and develops ethical decision-making skills for boys in the first through fifth grade (or who are 7 to 11 years old). Our pack is open to all boys regardless of where they attend school. Activities emphasize character development, leadership, serving our community, family understanding, citizenship training, nature and the environment, outdoor skills, technology and personal fitness. Activities include monthly Pack meetings during the school year which are held at Ss. Peter and Paul School – usually on Friday evenings, as well as some off site activities. We also hold monthly summer Pack activities at various local destinations including hiking, fishing, family campouts, model rocketry and the annual Pinewood Derby. We also attend and participate in Sunday Masses on a regular basis, and Cub Scouts have the opportunity to earn the Light of Christ and Parvuli Dei religious medals offered through the Diocese. Our 4th and 5th grade Webelos Scouts earn these medals to fulfill the Duty to God requirement for the Arrow of Light rank. We accept registrations of new Cub Scouts anytime of the year. For further information, please contact us at: ssppcubscoutpack506@gmail.com.

Worldwide Marriage Encounter Chicagoland Area Encuentro Matrimonial Mundial On November 28th we gave a check to the Father McGivney Center for $300 along with 1200 diapers, 400 wipes and 1 Enfamil formula can. On November 26th we gave another check to the St Gianna Pro Life Shrine at St. Patrick's in Yorkville for $300.

“Then they opened their treasures and offered him gifts of gold, frankincense, and myrrh.” Offer your spouse the treasures of each other by participating in a WorldWide Marriage Encounter weekend on February 17-19, 2017, April 7-9, 2017 or June 9-11, 2017, all at Elk Grove Village, IL. Early registration is highly recommended. For reservations/information, call Jim & Kris at 630577-0778 or contact us through http://wwme-chicagoland.org . "Entonces abrieron sus tesoros y le ofrecieron dones de oro, incienso y mirra." Ofrézcanse entre ustedes, los mismos tesoros participando en un fin de semana de Encuentro Matrimonial Mundial. Para más información de los Fines de Semana en español, si vive en los suburbios o pertenece a la Diócesis de Joliet, comuníquese con Javier y Gaby Vargas (630) 621-8984 gabyjaviervgs@gmail.com , en el área de Chicago llamar a Oscar y Luz Delgado (847) 826-9525, odelro@aol.com, para los que vivan en el área del sur de Chicago y el Noroeste de Indiana llamar a Juan y Elia Zambrano (708) 825-4099 eliaza4726@sbcglobal.net . Se recomienda registrarse con anticipación ya que el cupo es limitado.


November January 8, 2017 10, 2013

THE EPIPHANY OFinTHE LORD Time Thirty-Second Sunday Ordinary

SAINTS PETER AND PAUL CHURCH 36 N. Ellsworth St., Naperville, IL 60540 (PHONE) 630-355-1081 (FAX) 630-355-1179 Office Hours: Mon-Fri 7:30 AM-5 PM Website: www.sspeterandpaul.net Facebook: SS Peter and Paul New Evangelization

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PARISH STAFF DIRECTORY

PRIESTS Father Thomas Milota, Pastor ............................................................................... 630-718-2106 Father Raj Kocherla, Parochial Vicar .................................................................... 630-718-2105 Father Sebastian Gargol, Parochial Vicar .............................................................. 630-718-2104 PERMANENT DEACONS Deacon Ron Brown .................................................................................................. 630-718-2153 Deacon Michael Crowell.......................................................................................... 630-718-2197 Deacon Will Marrero ............................................................................................... 630-718-2217 Deacon Kevin Neis .................................................................................................. 630-718-2216 Deacon Roger Novak ............................................................................................... 630-718-2258 Deacon Thomas Rehak ............................................................................................ 630-718-2158 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: Claudia Gruett . ............................................................................. 630-718-2110 BUSINESS OFFICE Finance Manager: Tom Boler .................................................................................. 630-718-2100 Accountant: Christine LaMourie ............................................................................. 630-718-2102 Accounting Assistant: Rhonda Mucerino ................................................................ 630-718-2109 Facilities Manager: Frank Partipilo.......................................................................... 630-718-2163 SCHOOL OFFICE ............................................................................... (PHONE) 630-355-0113 Principal: Karen Meskill ............................................................................. (FAX) 630-355-9803 NEW EVANGELIZATION Director: Tiffany Pyle .............................................................................................. 630-718-2135 Administrative Asst/Webmaster: Denise Stephen ................................................... 630-718-2156 RELIGIOUS EDUCATION OFFICE ................................................................... 630-357-2436 ATTENDANCE ...................................................................................................... 630-355-1139 (FAX)630-357-2458 Director of Religious Education & Children’s Ministry: Theresa Pratt ........................................................................... 630-718-2133

Associate director of Religious Education & Youth Ministry: Jared Rutnicki ......................................................................... 630-718-2131 Office Manager: Peggy Partipilo ....................................................................... 630-718-2138 RE Administrative Assistant: Debbie Mulay.................................................... 630-718-2139 SACRED WORSHIP Director of Sacred Music: Matthew S. Sprinkle ........................................... .630-718-2119 Assistant Director: Jay Yau ............................................................................... 630-718-2206 Administrative Assistant: Pam Vose ................................................................. 630-718-2119 Liturgical Ministries Coordinator: Deacon Michael Crowell ............................ 630-718-2197 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 Sr. Sandra Zorko, OSF, Young at Heart Director .............................................. 630-718-2154 NURSERY COORDINATOR Donna Widmann ................................................................................................ 630-718-2165 WEDDING COORDINATOR Pam Adamski ..................................................................................................... 630-355-0222 PERPETUAL ADORATION VOICEMAIL....................................... 630-355-1014 x2442 PARISH COUNCIL MEMBERS: Thomas J. Lupinacci, President/ New Evangelization Commission Thomas Gavin, Director of Administration Dick Pugliese, Secretary / Christian Service Commission Kelly Heffron, Parish Life Representative Terry McHugh, Worship Commission Cheri Obendorf, Religious Education Commission Tobias Schlueter, School Board Representative Barb Hoyt, Member at Large Scott Jenkins, Member at Large Steve Keeley, Member at Large Steward Mattson, Member at Large Charles Millington, Member at Large John Moravecek, Member at Large


CHURCH NAME AND ADDRESS Saints Peter and Paul Church #848 36 N. Ellsworth St. Naperville, IL 60540 PHONE 630-718-2110 CONTACT PERSON Claudia Gruett EMAIL ADDRESS: cgruett@sspeterandpaul.net SOFTWARE Microsoft Publisher 2007 Adobe Acrobat X Windows 7 PRINTER KONICA MINOLTA C654 NUMBER OF PAGES SENT 1 through 15 SUNDAY DATE OF BULLETIN January 8, 2017 SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS NONE

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