Join Fr. Thomas Milota and Ss. Peter & Paul Choirs on a Pilgrimage to...
Rome April 21 - 30, 2014
For More information call 630.718.2119
Join us on May 9 at 7 pm in the Ministry Center Social Hall Our Daily Itinerary (subject to change):
Day 1: Depart USA Day 2: Arrive Rome
We will enjoy a panoramic tour of Rome and stop for Mass at St. Paul’s Outside the Walls. Following Mass, we transfer to our hotel for check-in, and have our Welcome Dinner together this evening.
Day 3: Rome/Performance/ Optional Wine Tasting
This morning after breakfast, we transfer to Vatican City we will have Mass at Santa Anna dei Palafrenieri and then off to St. Peter’s Square to attend the Papal Audience. During the audience, the choir will sing for Pope Francis. After some free time for lunch on our own, we meet our local guide and enjoy a tour of Rome, including visits to the Church of Santa Cecilia and the nearby Church of Santa Maria in Trastevere. We have a performance with the Ss. Peter and Paul Choral Scholars at Santa Cecilia this evening, followed by an optional wine tasting.
Day 4: Rome/Day at Leisure/ Rehearsal
After breakfast this morning, we enjoy the day at leisure for independent sightseeing, shopping and relaxing in Rome. We may also choose from optional tours and excursions for the day.
Day 5: Rome/Rehearsal/ Performance
After breakfast this morning we will have Mass at Santa Maria Addolorata. Following Mass we have time at leisure to explore Rome, perhaps with an independent tour of Vatican City, beginning with the Vatican Museums, which display an extensive
collection of public art and sculptures of the Roman Catholic Church; followed by the breathtaking Sistine Chapel, and ending at the Basilica of St. Peter, to view Michelangelo’s statue of La Pieta. Later this afternoon, we transfer to the Pantheon to rehearse before our concert here this evening.
Day 6: Rome/Mass Performance/Performance
Following breakfast this morning, we transfer to St. Peter’s Basilica to perform during afternoon Mass. We have a concert at a local venue this evening.
Day 7: Rome - Montecassino/Recital - Rome
After breakfast this morning, we depart on an excursion to the Abbey of Montecassino, founded by St. Benedict in 529CE. Upon arrival, the choir will sing for Mass, followed by a brief recital. We enjoy a guided tour of the Abbey, including the museum and the crypt.
Day 8: Rome
This morning after breakfast, we transfer to the Catacombs of St. Priscilla where we celebrate Mass together, followed by a guided tour.
Day 9: Rome/Day at Leisure
Following breakfast this morning, we have our final day in Rome at leisure for independent sightseeing. We may choose from option tours or excursion This evening, we transfer to a local restaurant to enjoy a festive Farewell Dinner with live music.
Day 10: Depart Rome Arrive USA
10 - Day Tour Includes: • • • • • • • • • • •
Roundtrip Airfare from Chicago O’Hare Airport 8 Nights Accommodation Professional Tour Manager Luxury Motor Coach per Itinerary Daily Mass 5 Performances Breakfast Daily Welcome Dinner Farewell Dinner Sightseeing per Itinerary Air Taxes Up To $400 $ 3,799 P/P Dbl. Occ. (Plus Air Taxes Exceeding $400, Pending Air Confirmation)
Rome Rome is a city rich in art, history and culture. Vatican City is home to the Sistine Chapel, one of the most famous sites in the world and St. Peter’s Basilica, one of the greatest examples of Renaissance architecture in Italy. Rome also hosts a fine collection of museums, art galleries, churches, libraries, universities and academies.
Join us on Thursday, May 9 at 7:00 pm in the Ministry Center Social Hall for Wine and Cheese. This informational gathering will present a PowerPoint presentation and an opportunity to ask questions regarding the Pilgrimage.
May 5, 2013
Sixth Sunday of Easter
Saints Peter and Paul Parish First Holy Communicants May 4, 2013 Olivia Abbinante Roger Alberico Abigail Arend Peyton Arens Lucas Bafia Cassidy Bailey Jennifer Barnes John Bentley Ryan Berwick Carter Bilik Anthony Bolda Luke Bremner Robert Budney Madison Campbell Elaine Cantanzaro Tyler Carrier Hannah Castro Adam Chadha Clayton Champion Lily Chekytis Gabriella Chinnici Shannon Clark Maggie Cochran Caitlin Conroy James Constant Natalie Corcoran Samuel Cornell Grace Crandall Gavin Crowley Sophia Davila Annabelle Delaney Aidan Dentice Tyler Depies Kristina Donaldson Aidan Donnelly Abigail Drendel Elizabeth Drendel Sam Driscoll Erin Faulkner Julie Fedash Matthew Fedash
Haley Flavin Kayla Garcia Patrick Geiger Thomas Gilmartin Joseph Gordon Madison Hackett Pierre Hanlet Sofia Hanrahan John Hansen Benjamin Harbour Elizabeth Hayes Jacqueline Hayes Sophia Hayes Sophia Heller Peter Hepburn Cameron Herman Cadan Hill Jake Hoeppel James Hope IV Alexandra Horwitz Ryan Houck Abby Hulsey Nathan Jacobs Paloma Jacobs Joseph Jennesse Cole Johnson Mara Kappel Timothy Kasprzak Kathleen Keough James Keough Luke Keough Kaylee King Aidan Knierim Ryan Kornak Gavin Kowalski Grace Krug Alexis Kuebelbeck Colin Lacey Joseph Latronica Luke Lipien Joseph Loduca
Michael Magana Marissa Magana Jacquelyn Materra Margaret McCarthy Nathan McKinley Aidan McMahon Mary Cate McQuaid Jovanni Melendez Amelia Mendrys Grace Michniak Aidan Miller Nicolette Minor Bryce Morgan Caitlyn Murdock-Schey Abigail Nawara Sofia Neill David Noroozi Sarah Noroozi Meaghan Oâ€™Donnell Margaret Olejnik Maximus Oâ€™Malley Olivia Otting Gabriella Palm Matthew Pankow Julia Pappalardo Jake Perrino Katelyn Petty Aiden Pierce Avery Pierce Grace Pohodich Ryan Potucek Kylie Radek Katie Rafacz Liam Ratz Fiona Reenan Kailey Rex Ashley Riemer William Rocchi Luke Rue Skylar Russo Isabella Rybarczyk
Robert Scarpaci Gretchen Schlueter Mackenzie Schrom Elizabeth Schultz Alexandra Sharson Kendall Sheridan Matthew Simmons Derek Sisbarro Alexandra Skurka Lance Smar Austin Smar Anna Sokolowski Julia Springer Magdalena Stanula Avery Stein Griffin Sullivan Kevin Szafraniec Owen Takahashi Melanie Takahashi Emma Tams Erin Taylor Jack Tolentino Enya Tovar Madalynn Travnicek Samantha Trimberger Isabella Tumulak Cole Van Poucke Eugenia Valenzuela John Viehmann Vanessa Villarreal John Weidenbach Mahlana Wolf Matthew Wolniewicz Shayna Woolwine Alexander Yamada Mark Ynion Dominique Yokosawa Naftali Zapata
May 5, 2013
Sixth Sunday of Easter
A Message from our Pastor Dear Parishioners of Saints Peter and Paul,
Ascension of our Lord Next Sunday we celebrate the Ascension of the Lord. The Solemnity of the Ascension is typically celebrated forty days after Easter. The Bishops of Illinois, however, transfer this Solemnity to the following Sunday. Hence, we will celebrate the Ascension next Sunday instead of this Thursday. The Ascension of the Lord commemorates that moment when our Lord gathered with His disciples after His resurrection and ascended to heaven. After this, men dressed in white garments addressed them: “Men of Galilee, why are you standing there looking at the sky? This Jesus who has been taken up from you into heaven will return in the same way as you have seen him going into heaven.”
Fr. Josh departing for new assignment It is hard to believe that Fr. Josh’s 3-year term is already up and he will be departing for his new assignment at St. Isidore in Bloomingdale in mid-June. Fr. Josh has meant so much to our parish and has been involved in so many ways - from teaching our school children to ministering to the needy in our parish - and he will certainly be sorely missed in our parish community. Fr. Josh’s final Mass at the parish will be on Sunday, June 16 at 9:30am in the church. Please come and wish Fr. Josh well.
Welcome Fr. John Lovitsch Fr. John Lovitsch will be ordained on May 18, 2013, and will begin ministry here at Ss. Peter and Paul Parish on Wednesday, June 19th. This will be Fr. John’s first assignment, and he is very devoted and eager to serve God’s people. Please join us in welcoming Fr. John to Ss. Peter and Paul as Parochial Vicar.
Weather As it begins to warm up, please remember to dress properly for Church. I know sometimes I myself forget and come in my shorts, a muscle shirt and flipflops, but you just can’t see it because I am wearing all those vestments. I do, however, get bent out of shape sometimes when I am at the beach catching some rays wearing my tuxedo and the lifeguard has the gall to tell me I am overdressed! Can you believe it? Who does he think he is? [If you have not figured it out, most of this paragraph was exceedingly funny, jocular and meant in jest. For example, I do not know that I have ever worn a tuxedo to the beach needless to say a muscle shirt and flip flops to any place needless to say church. Those flipflop things are painful between your toes!] The part that was not humorous was the very kind and subtle invitation not to dress like you are going to the beach when you come to celebrate the Most Holy Eucharist. May Almighty God bless you and keep you. In Christ,
Fr. Thomas A. Milota
Parish Council Elections Please note that beginning May 11, 2013, the parish office will no longer be open on Saturdays.
ALL SCHOOL MASS An all school Mass will be celebrated at 8:00am on Thursday, May 9th.
Parish Council elections will be held this weekend at all of the Masses. There is one at-large elected position open on the council. Please place your ballot in the second collection.
Please note... There will be no 10:30am confessions on Saturday, May 11th.
May 5, 2013
Sixth Sunday of Easter Mass Intentions
Saturday, May 4 Vigil Masses for the Sixth Sunday of Easter 5:00 PM Leona and Vincent Brummel 6:30 PM William J. Walsh (B) Sunday, May 5—Sixth Sunday of Easter 6:30 AM Albert Benedetti 8:00 AM Caroline Dolan 9:30 AM James F. Howe, Sr. (B) 11:00 AM Matthew McMahon 12:30 PM Stephanie and Frank Stasik 5:30 PM Mr. Tseng (LATIN MASS) 8:00 PM Ss Peter and Paul Parishioners
Baby Bottles for Life Mother’s Day – May 12, 2013 to Father’s Day – June 16, 2013 Please join us in this family fundraiser that benefits Waterleaf Women’s Center, a pregnancy resource center in Aurora. Your spare change (and paper money too) will allow Waterleaf to continue their life saving and life changing work with mothers and families! It’s easy… just pick up a baby bottle after mass on Mothers Day and return it on Father’s Day.
Holy Family Chapel 9:30 AM Mary Alice Moylan 11:00 AM Ed Hoy Monday, May 6 6:45 AM John Rund 8:00 AM Matthew Suhar 5:15 PM Mary Patricia Drom 6:00 PM Intention of Celebrant (LATIN MASS) Tuesday, May 7 6:45 AM Purgatorial Society 8:00 AM Ramona Bell 12:30 PM Patrick Ryan (LATIN MASS) 5:15 PM Raymond V. Baumgartner Wednesday, May 8 6:45 AM John Rund 8:00 AM Evelyn Wilson 5:15 PM Patrick and Mary Lou Holloway 6:00 PM Intention of Celebrant (LATIN MASS) Thursday, May 9 6:45 AM Eileen Tepler 8:00 AM Matt Tomasek (B) (All School Mass) 12:30 PM Tom Albaran (LATIN MASS) 5:15 PM Virgil Coles (B) Friday, May 10 6:45 AM Joseph F. Laz (A) 8:00 AM Johan and Amalia Haidu and Family 12:30 PM Frank Gruesen (LATIN MASS) Saturday, May 11 6:45 AM Protection of the Unborn 8:00 AM Alex Popp Vigil Masses for the Ascension of the Lord 5:00 PM George and Monica Krass 6:30 PM Condon and Yoch Families Sunday, May 12—The Ascension of the Lord 6:30 AM Living and Deceased Mothers 8:00 AM Natalie McCambridge 9:30 AM Dorothy Popp 11:00 AM Genowefa Bogusz 12:30 PM Bahija Ahad 5:30 PM Marcy Koller (LATIN MASS) 8:00 PM Theresa Crowell
Holy Family Chapel 9:30 AM 11:00 AM
Ss Peter and Paul Parishioners Dorothy E. White
PRAYER NETWORK If prayers are needed, please call Jay Albarran at 961-3835 or Connie Wanberg at 355-3056.
Why not leave a bottle out at your next family barbeque, graduation party or special event in the coming weeks and encourage everyone you know to be a “lifesaver” in this easy, fun way!
SPONSORED BY SSPP PEOPLE OF LIFE FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT DEBBIE SCANLON AT (630) 305-8724
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 4-29-13) Fiscal Year-to-Date Goal:
Actual Year-to-Date Collections Including Credit Cards:
Amount Below Goal:
Weekly Sunday Goal (based on 52 Sundays):
April 28, 2013 Regular Collection:
April 2013 Credit Card Collection:
April 28, 2013 Capital Reserve Gifts:
Year-to-Date Capital Reserve Gifts:
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.
May 5, 2013
Sixth Sunday of Easter READINGS FOR THE WEEK
Service to our Seniors at Community Nursing and Rehab Monday: We are in urgent need of a few people to bring Holy Communion to the Catholic residents of Community Nursing and Rehab on Mill St. and Ogden Ave. We have 3 people on a team who meet one Thursday a month at 10:15 to distribute Communion to those who are confined to a wheel chair and not able to get to Church. Your commitment would be only one Thursday a month. If you are not a Eucharistic Minister we will train you. For more information or if interested, please call Paulette Shea at 630-718-2127. Thank you for considering this wonderful ministry.
Tuesday: Wednesday: Thursday: Friday: Saturday: Sunday:
Acts 16:11-15; Ps 149:1b-6a, 9b; Jn 15:26 -16:4a Acts 16:22-34; Ps 138:1-3, 7c-8; Jn 16:5-11 Acts 17:15, 22 -- 18:1; Ps 148:1-2, 11-14; Jn 16:12-15 Acts 18:1-8; Ps 98:1-4; Jn 16:16-20 Acts 18:9-18; Ps 47:2-7; Jn 16:20-23 Acts 18:23-28; Ps 47:2-3, 8-10; Jn 16:23b-28 Acts 1:1-11; Ps 47:2-3, 6-9; Eph 1:17-23 or Heb 9:24-28; 10:19-23; Lk 24:46-53
Pass It On
SSPP TRIVIA NIGHT The Parish will host a Trivia Night to be held in the Ministry Center Social Hall on Saturday evening, May 11, from 6:30 - 9:30 p.m. We will divide into teams of 6-8 people and compete for prizes. Organize a team in advance or come as individual and form a team the night of the contest. We will charge an entry fee of $5.00 per person to fund the prizes. Teams may order pizza for delivery during the contest and bring their own beverages. Please join us for a night of fun to show off your knowledge of world history, papal conclaves, Chicago sports, pop culture, and more! If you have any questions, please contact Steve Keeley at email@example.com.
Honor our Heritage… Ensure the Future Total pledged as of 4-29-13:
Total collected as of 4-29-13: $2,244,591 Thank you for your support!
Daily Activities include: • • • • •
Music Classes Movies and recreation Performance opportunities Class Voice lessons Building sight-readings skills (Learning to read music at sight)
$75 per student Includes: Professionally trained music staff of 3 teachers; Lunch and snack daily; Camp T-shirt; and games!
Registration Deadline: June 3, 2013 Space is limited! First come — First served!
Don’t DELAY— Register TODAY
When: Monday, August 5, 2013— Friday, August 9, 2013 9:00 am — 2:00 pm Where: Ss. Peter and Paul Church; Ministry Center 36 N Ellsworth Street, Naperville, Illinois Who:
Students in grades 2 — 8
Contact the Office of Sacred Music to register or for more information. 630.718.2119
May 5, 2013
Sixth Sunday of Easter
Please Pray For... PRAY FOR THE SICK
PRAYING FOR THE SICK AND DECEASED
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 2 PM 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 May we will remove names put on prior to April 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 2 PM on Friday will be included in the following weekend’s prayers. 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 2 PM on Friday.
Marcia Adams, Kelsey Allen, Don Anderson, Lorraine Babyar, Aldo Balzarini, Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI, Steven Bermes, Kathy Bohenek, Chris Boncza-Skrzynecki, Donna Booth, Rose Briceno, Evelyn Brown, Tom Brown, Natalia Carlos, Jamie Carpenter, Norbert Castonia, Colette Cerulla, Mary Beth Cesare, Mike Considine, Fortunato Cruz, Victoria Cruz, Scott Dawson, Warren Dixon, Jr., Diane Dobbs, William Dobbs, Alice Durma, Raymond Dwyer, Margaret Edwards, Karen Eggen, Melissa Evans, Charles Farrell, Thomas Farrell, Charles Faso, III, Marilyn Feder, Betsy Feliciano, Julie Flick, Richard Flick, Robert Flick, Fran Ford, George Franicevic, Mary Ann Freitag, Cardinal Francis George, Mary GinnanRenzas, Brian Goebel, Edward Goerling, Emmerence Greenberg, Don Haas, Evelyn Haas, Ginny Hallmer, Kamran Hashemi, Eileen Hawell, Sami Henderson, Constance Hennessy, Baby Nora Herrmann, Baby William Herrmann, Jacqualyne Hill, Penny Holtz, Bernie Hurd, Jan Janczak, Mark Jenkins, Catherine Jurkowski, John Keenan, Laura Keistler, Father George Klepec, Colin Knapp, Winifred Kolar, Noreen Koppers, Irene Korczyk, Norbert Korczyk, Gerald Korzenecki, Nancy Kratville, Thomas Krauss, Ben Kujawa, Alyce Kurzawa, Edmund Kurzawa, Rita Kuziemka, Mark Landiak, Samantha Lent, Ann Lindberg, Vi Livernash, Albert Lucchessi, Maria Macedo, Monica Macedo, Rose Marks, David McCarthy, Ian Patrick McDonagh, Patrick McDonagh, Margaret McDonnell, Patricia McEttrick, Jenna McKeown, Tom Mlyniec, Brian Monaghan, Roger Mumper, Martin Napoli, Quang Nguyen, Dennis Nielsen, Frank Nitti, Ann Nowak, Thomas Martin O’Grady, Matthew Ousterout, Jean Oxenreiter, Dr. Jim Paul, Carolynn Pavini, Patty Piekarczyk, Walter Prochorow, Todd Ramsbottom, Mary Rehak, Deacon Tom Richardt, Elizabeth Ritscherle, Katie Rommel, Peter Ruocco, Harrison Ruzicka, Julie Sanchez, Catherine Sawner, Charles Schenk, Betty Scholp, Virginia Schultz, Irene Simonelic, Sr. Aniceta Skube, O.P., Debbie Snyder, Beverly Sotir, Fr. Christopher Steinle, John Stewart, Chris Stompor, Tom Stone, Allison Surin, Jack Surin, George Svec, Eileen Szarek, Susan Szczech, Peter Thornley, Sheila Thornley, Jeannie Thorpe, Bernice Tokarski, Bernard Toussaint, Akiko Toyohara, Christopher Vacek, Laine VanHoutan, Noah VanHoutan, Guadalupe Vargas, Charles Villaseñor, Judy Vissepo, Marie Williams, Sylvia Wolfe, Rund Yaqoob, Rena Yarshen, Stephanie Young-Hayes, Bill Yudchitz, Jayne Zenker, Phyllis Zenzola, Helen Zgoda and Loretta Zilis.
Newly added this week: John Corrigan, Norma de la Hoz, Raymond Dwyer, Gertrude Fritts, Sondra Grach, Alfred Kolodzy, James Misloski, Barbara Neilson, Thomas O’Donnell and Don Petty. May they and their families be comforted by our prayers and Our Lord’s compassion.
Please Note In the interest of keeping our sick list current, names will remain on the sick list in the bulletin for a period of one month. After a month, the name will be removed, unless a it is requested that the name be kept on the list. Call the parish office at 630-355-1081, to add, remove or keep a name on the sick list.
We wish to offer our sympathy and a promise of our prayers to family and friends on the death of Anne L. Ceranek, Jonina Konopkafor and Bill Mahoney.
Please Remember in Prayer our Men and Women Serving in the Military U.S. Air Force Airman 1st Class Joseph Burns Daniel Caddigan Captain Frank Girdwain Sr. Airman Mike McDonnell Airman 1st Class Zachary McKenty Lt. Scott Paeth Major Tamara Prasse Sr. Airman Daniel Shea Senior Airman Amanda Shea Sgt. Nicole Finnigan Underwood U.S. Army Major Ron Beaucaire PFC Daniel Bowe 2nd Lt. Michael Caddigan Captain John J. Case Major Mary Cassidy Major Richard Collage Captain Tom Crane Major Thomas E. Goerling Sgt. Kellen Jones 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 Captain Stephen Stoll SPC Robert Surran Sgt. Shaun Toney Sgt. Craig Vladika Captain Christopher White 1st Lt. Eileen White
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 Captain Donald J. Carlsen CWO2 John Crites Sgt. Richard DiBiaso Sgt. Luke Focer LCPL Daniel P. Hodgman 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. Navy Lt. Ellen Bock Lt. Thomas Bock Ben Craig, AFW2 Commander Anthony Giglio LCDR Michael Jelinek Lt. Tom Kuhrt Commander Chris Kurgan Lt. Commander Paul Lucia Captain Stephen Lucia Patrick Marsh, PO1 Lt. Kaleb Moore Captain Debra Scheel Lt. Kasey Scheel Lt. Matthew Scheel
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
May 5, 2013
Sixth Sunday of Easter
May 5, 2013
Sixth Sunday of Easter
Join Fr. Milota and the Ss. Peter and Paul Choir for our Parish Pilgrimage of
Rome—The Eternal City April 21 — 30, 2014 Join us as we make our spiritual journey and historical pilgrimage to Rome — the Holy See — the very center of our Catholic faith! Our Pastor, Fr. Milota, will be our spiritual director, and we will enjoy concert performances by our Adult Choir and Choral Scholars. We will also attend Mass daily in some of the oldest and most significant Basilicas in all the world. We will travel in the footsteps of Saints, Martyrs and the millions of pilgrims who have visited these holy and spectacular sites. You will be joining many other members of this family in Christ, as we discover the wonders, spirituality and history of Rome. For more information contact the Office of Sacred Music at 630.718.2119. We look forward to traveling with you, strengthening our faith, building community and having a grand time as we travel to these holy and historical sites that serve as testaments to a living faith!
Join us for an informational Wine & Cheese gathering on Thursday, May 9th at 7:00 pm in the Ministry Center Social Hall
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.
WOMEN’S MORNING OF RECOLLECTION All women are warmly invited to our next MOR which will be held on Tuesday, May 14th from 10:00am-noon in the Holy Family Chapel in the Ministry Center. The recollection includes Confession, meditations, a practical talk, time for private prayer and Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament. Please note that childcare will NOT be available on the 14th. We hope you can join us! For further information, call Mary Buch at 630-961-8342.
Flame of Faith intentions for the week of May 5: 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 a son who needs to loose weight. For God’s guidance in a business decision. For the repose of the soul of Theresa Crowell. For Craig, Cindy, Colin, and Caitlyn. Birthday blessings to Noah on his birthday on April 8. "God knows" personal intention.
FLAME OF FAITH
Date: Place: Time: Cost:
TUESDAY, MAY 14th Ministry Center – Social Hall 11:00 am $9.00
Food, Fun, Fellowship, and Fine Entertainment!
Two Grave Spaces Available For Sale 2 Cemetery Grave sites at S.S. Peter and Paul in the Calvary Section. $1600.00 each. Call Kathy Miller at 630-399-8507.
Please write your checks to: “Ss Peter and Paul Church” and send them to Deacon Michael Crowell by May 10th Questions? Call Deacon Michael at 630-718-2197
May 5, 2013
Sixth Sunday of Easter
The New Evangelization "The Sacrament of Reconciliation: History & Practice." Fr. Josh Miller will be discussing the “why” and “how” of the Sacrament of Confession. Why do we confess our sins to a priest? How can you prepare for the sacrament? How do you make a good Confession? Join us Wednesday, May 22nd at 7:00 PM in the Social Hall. Speaker Event: Dr. Melanie Barrett, “How to Make a Moral Decision.” June 7, 2013 at 7:00 pm in the Social Hall. Dr. Barrett is Assistant Professor of Moral Theology in the Department of Christian Life at University of Saint Mary of the Lake, a graduate Catholic seminary in Mundelein, Illinois. She completed her Ph.D. in Religious Ethics at the University of Chicago Divinity School. She also holds an S.T.L. (Licentiate in Sacred Theology). She teaches courses on virtue theory, social justice, sexual ethics, just war theory, and the problem of moral evil. She is a member of the Society of Christian Ethics and the American Academy of Religion. Currently, she is writing a book on suffering and the moral life in the theology of Thomas Aquinas. RCIA Do you know anyone who might be ready to become Catholic?? Perhaps you yourself have been coming Mass for years and haven’t yet come fully into the Church. Beginning May 22nd, and running until Christmas, a new “round” of RCIA will be held in our parish on Wednesday evenings. RCIA is the process that prepares and welcomes people into the Catholic Church. If you know of anyone interested in learning more about becoming Catholic, please have them contact Mike at email@example.com for more information
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Coming This Summer Bible Study – “Walking Toward Eternity” 8 part study, praying the scriptures focusing on key virtues of the Christian life. Monday nights 7-9 pm and Tuesday mornings 9-11 am beginning June 10th/11th. Cost of materials $20.00. Faith Nights –Focusing on the nature of the Liturgy. All sessions 7:00 pm in the Social Hall: Thursday, June 27th - Fr. Milota, “Liturgy, The Trinity, and the Paschal Mystery” Tuesday, July 2nd – Fr. Martis, “What did Vatican II say about Liturgy?” Tuesday, July 16th – Mike Brummond, “Why Sacraments?” Date TBD – Matthew Sprinkle, “What is Sacred Music?” Book discussion group on Pope Benedict’s “Spirit of the Liturgy.” Monday mornings 9-10 am starting June 10th.
Praised be Jesus Christ! Mike Brummond Director of the New Evangelization
Youth News More Fundraiser Information I would like to thank everyone who supported the youth group’s donut and coffee sale. We raised over two thousand dollars. As always, our parishioners were extremely generous. Again, all the money will go towards our Kentucky Mission Trip in July. Keep in Mind The youth group meets twelve months a year. Even though school will be ending soon, we keep going through the summer. Please encourage your teens to get involved and check out the youth group. We have many fun events during the summer. We also play a lot of soccer on Monday and Thursday nights. Youth Group Times Youth group is every Monday and Thursday from 7-9pm in the Teen Zone at the St. Paul Center. Monday Night is Bible Study and on Thursdays we are reading Rome Sweet Home by Dr. Scott Hahn. Please join us at youth group in the St. Paul Center.
Knitters & Crocheters We will be meeting on Wednesday, May 8th, at 11am in the Ministry Center Upper Level; room 227 to make prayer shawls for our parishioners who are sick or going through difficult times. Please plan to join us, your time and talent is truly appreciated. For more information, call Paulette at 630-718-2127.
TRANSITIONAL HOUSING MINISTRY We thank Bridge Communities for commending the success of our SSPP Transitional Housing Ministry. We also want to credit them for all the services they provide us. It is through our partnership with Bridge that we have access to affordable apartments, a case manager, social services and job counseling for each homeless family. They also provide special training for our parishioners who volunteer to mentor a family. We thank God for their invaluable assistance! For more information, call Jack Flowers at 630-355-4886.
May 5, 2013
Sixth Sunday of Easter 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: 630-809-5925 or at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please be sure to pick up a baby bottle and participate in our "Baby Bottles for Life" fundraising campaign beginning next weekend. More information is found elsewhere in this bulletin. If you and your family would like to volunteer to help pass out baby bottles after the mass you normally attend next weekend, please give Debbie Scanlon a call. Her number is 630-305-8724. Families with young children are especially invited to help! If you are facing emergency medical situations regarding end of life decisions, the National Catholic Bioethics Center (www.ncbcenter.org/emergency_consultation.asp) 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.
Children’s Liturgy of the Word HELP NEEDED!
The children’s Liturgy of the Word ministry is still in need of leaders and shepherds. The program takes place at the 9:30am and 11:00am Masses in the Holy Family Chapel. Children in first through fourth grade join the leader to hear God’s Word in a manner that is easier for them to understand. This takes place in a separate room from the chapel during the same time that their parents are hearing the Word in the chapel. This is a rewarding ministry and the materials that we use, give even the adult leaders a better understanding of scripture. Leaders conduct the program and shepherds help during the session. Please prayerfully consider volunteering for this important ministry so that we can continue to help the younger parishioners in understanding God’s Word. This is truly fulfilling our baptismal promises to evangelize.
Please join us as we go to Drury Lane Theater to see
If you are interested call Deacon Ron at 630-718-2153 or email at email@example.com.
SAINTS PETER AND PAUL SUMMER PROGRAMS REGISTRATION NOW AVAILABLE ONLINE Click on “Summer Programs” on the main banner of the parish website for more information and to register. Spots are filling quickly!
Vacation Bible School will take place June 17 – 21 from 9 – 11:30 AM. Registration available for children pre-K (age 4 by September 1, 2013) and entering Grades K-4.
Thursday May 23, 2013
We’ll meet at the Church parking lot at 10:45am and carpool from there. The luncheon starts at 11:30 and the show starts at 1:30.
$44 per person •
Totus Tuus will take place July 7-12. Registration available for children entering 1st grade through 6th grade (July 8-12, 9 AM – 2:30 PM) and junior high and high school (July 7-11, 7 PM – 9 PM).
Please make checks to Ss Peter and Paul Church and send them to Deacon Michael Crowell by 5/16/2013. Indicate your choice of entrée: Tilapia or Roast Sirloin. Also indicate whether or not you will be needing transportation to and from Drury Lane.
Questions? – Call Deacon Michael at (630) 718-2197 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
May 5, 2013
Sixth Sunday of Easter
Prayer at Planned Parenthood
Attention Parishioners and Visitors Please consider spending an hour with our Lord.
The SS. Peter and Paul Pro-Life Group invites all members of the parish, friends, relatives, etc., to join them to pray in front of the Planned Parenthood abortion facility in Aurora. Our prayer is offered for the sake of our endangered preborn infants, and for the conversion of the staff and customers of that clinic. Here are a few ways you can join us: 1) Every Tuesday at 2PM a priest or deacon from SSPP prays the Rosary (no sign-up is necessary) 2) Every third Tuesday of the month at 10AM (next date on May 16th) the SSPP pro-life prayer group meets to pray the Rosary (no sign up is necessary). Contact Debbie Scanlon, Ss. Peter and Paul parish Coordinator for more information at 630-305-8724. 3) Volunteers are needed for one hour shifts between the hours of 8AM-5:00PM (5-6PM being the last hour) to fulfill our parish commitment to pray in front of the clinic on the third Tuesday of each month. Please sign up for one hour at the website www.fvfapp.org. Please contact our Prayer Captain Marty DeTamble with any questions at 630-369-4535. The Planned Parenthood facility is located at 3051 E. New York St., one block east of Eola Road. Ample parking is available in the lot of the Blockbuster video store.
Adorers are needed for the following hours: Sunday 3am Tuesday 9pm Thursday 3am Friday 6pm Saturday 2am Saturday 11am Saturday 4pm Please consider visiting with our Lord at this time. Call Barb at 630-885-1726 or email@example.com
YOUNG AT HEART & FRIENDS MONDAY, MAY 13TH, CONNIE’S PIZZA. (1170 E. Iroquois Avenue) We will meet at 1:00pm for a variety of soups, salads, pastas, pizzas, Connie’s famous pot roast and their tasty desserts all for $8.55 per person. The beverage is included in the price. No reservations needed! Bring lots of friends! IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS ABOUT OUR EVENTS, PLEASE CALL DEACON MICHAEL CROWELL AT 718-2197 OR PAULETTE SHEA AT 718-2127.
Knights of Columbus Council No. 1369 Happenings 615 E. Ogden Ave., Naperville, IL 60563 www.napervillekofc.org 05-07 – Tuesday – Business Meeting – Nominating of Officers – 7:30 PM 05-12 – Sunday – Mother’s Day – Bottles for Babies Fund Drive Begins (John Hoyt) HELP NEEDED 05-13 – Monday – Columbian Squires Meeting – 7:00 PM 05-18 – Saturday – Pro-Life Rosary at Planned Parenthood – 9:00 AM (John Zabinski) PRAYERS NEEDED 05-27 – Monday – Memorial Day Parade – 10:00 AM (Coordinating Council – St. Elizabeth Seton) 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 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 KC Hall.
SS Peter and Paul Parish is proud to announce the formation of a new troop for American Heritage Girls American Heritage Girls is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the mission of building women of integrity through service to God, family, community and country. The organization offers badge programs, service projects, girl leadership opportunities and outdoor experiences to its members. Any girl, age 5-18 can be an American Heritage Girl. AHG has a multi-level structure, which means that girls from all levels comprise ONE Troop and meet together as a single troop on the same day. Badge work and certain activities are done within age appropriate groups (units). Please join us on Monday, May 13 at 7:00PM for a parent information meeting in the Social Hall. Julie Goodwin, Troop Coordinator, Ministry Expansion Lead and National Catholic Committee Chair will give an orientation on American Heritage Girls. This exciting new American Heritage Girls troop is open to all girls in the parish. Home school, Public school and SS Peter and Paul students are welcome as well as girls from surrounding parishes. Parents with previous scouting experience are welcome to inquire about assisting us with this new troop. To RSVP or for more information about this event, please contact Mary Beth Zabinski at firstname.lastname@example.org or 630-369-8439 for more details.
May 5, 2013
Sixth Sunday of Easter
The Saints Peter and Paul Peace and Social Justice Committee invites you to explore Catholic Relief Services’ education operations. Imagine the United States without compulsory basic education. Of course, that would leave us severely lacking future astronauts, doctors and diplomats (or at least competent ones), but the effects would probably be more widespread and subtle. How many soft skills, problem-solving skills and critical-thinking skills would be lost? How many positive relationships among parents, students, educators and other community members would be lost? How much hope would be lost? Education is so important that the United Nations included it in The Universal Declaration of Human Rights (Article 26), and there is currently an international movement, involving several organizations to provide quality, basic education for everyone, everywhere by 2015. It’s an ambitious goal. Currently, according to UNESCO, 67 million primary-school-aged children are not in school, and around 17% of the world’s adults lack basic literacy skills. However, Catholic Relief Services (CRS) is diving into the challenge with education programs and activities that “promote increased access to, quality of, and community involvement in education.” While CRS is certainly not the only organization fighting this good fight, it is different from some others. CRS says, “Special emphasis is given to working with the social agencies of the local Catholic Church and other faith-based organizations because of our shared commitment to promoting justice and our respect for human life and dignity.” So, beyond the faith-based emphasis, how do CRS’ education operations work? A few examples might help us understand: CRS began supporting Food-Assisted Education (or FAE, sometimes called “school feeding programs”) in 1958. “I was trapped into attending school just with a little snack provided by CRS in my village school about four decades ago and since then my life has never been the same,” said Thomas Awiapo, who was a beneficiary of a CRS FAE program in Ghana and now works for CRS Ghana. (Watch a video of his story at http://crs.org/ghana/empowered-for-life/.) Where food is scarce and every bit of labor helps a family survive, FAE makes school a more attractive option for parents and children, and provides the nutrients a child needs to learn. This makes FAE an important component of CRS’ education operations. Recently, CRS went further. Seeing FAE “as one of several possible interventions,” CRS began developing a wider variety of programming. One objective of this programming is promoting girls’ education. In Afghanistan, this can be a particular challenge. There is some cultural resistance, and on a practical level, schools are so far away from some communities that the distance is prohibitively dangerous for girls to travel. CRS has helped bring schools closer to home for many girls (and boys) by engaging communities, respecting their traditions, and giving them the resources they need to start and maintain their own community-based schools. In addition to girls’ education, adult education is another objective of CRS’ education programming. Women are a particular focus, because “their education and status in society is directly related to health and the overall well-being of communities.” Again, Afghanistan offers a good example. CRS helps women there participate in a program that allows them to complete the official government primary school curriculum in half the regular time. Women who complete this program are able to use their new literacy and math skills to do simple, but important things, like help with family businesses. Neighboring Paki-
stan offers a similar example, where a CRS women’s support group (formed only after sensitive consultation with community elders and family heads) helps women learn to read, write, do basic math, sew and embroider. One woman said she wanted to attend so that she could learn to write her name and understand phone numbers. Now, she not only does that, but teaches her younger siblings to do the same. She also earns money to help support her family by embroidering clothes. Watch her success at http://www.crs.org/pakistan/basicwriting-video/. Adult education often overlaps with vocational training and life skills, which comprise another of CRS’ education objectives. The Youth Builds project in Honduras, supported by CRS, provides basic math and reading education, training in technical skills, community service, an internship, and self-esteem workshops to help at-risk youth find healthy, viable alternatives to the gang lifestyle that can often seem like their only option. One beneficiary, Nelson, graduated at the top of his class and received a small loan to start his own business producing and laying cobblestone. "The project saved me," Nelson said. "Before, I carried my gun with me everywhere and was angry. But now I have changed. Now I avoid conflict. Now I have a future and I don't want to lose what I have achieved." Vietnam provides good examples of three more of CRS’ education objectives: inclusive education, strengthening community involvement in education, and promoting health through schools. Here, children with disabilities—sometimes resulting from land mines and other lingering dangers from the Vietnam War—are often viewed as punishment for something bad a parent did in a past life. This belief fosters stigmatization, secrecy, and ignorance. CRS helps educate parents and communities about how to care for these children, making sure they have physical therapy, access to schools and teachers who know how to help them learn. CRS also supports a special college in the capital city, Hanoi, where people with disabilities can study information technology. Furthermore, CRS combats the cause of some of these disabilities by teaching students about unexploded bombs, making sure that naturally curious children know not to touch anything that looks even mildly suspicious. The children then spread the message to adults in their communities, who are at risk of falling victim to the bombs while farming or hunting for scrap metal. Finally, we return to Africa for examples of another of CRS’ education objectives: education for peacebuilding. In our last article on CRS’ health operations, we mentioned the Window of Hope program in Sierra Leone, which teaches boys to avoid the aggressive confrontation that their environment had previously programmed into their behavior. Another example can be found in the Democratic Republic of Congo, where CRS’ partner, Caritas Goma operates a demobilization center for boys who have been sucked into armed militias for survival. If the boys are lucky enough to escape, the center offers a chance to learn not only language and math, but also how to engage with one another without hostility. "They still think like they are in an armed group," one of the teachers said. But at the center, “Confidence is built, the military mind-set is deprogrammed and, for the first time in a long time, they are able to be kids.” You don’t have to be a beneficiary of one of CRS’ education operations to be educated by CRS. Programs like CRS Rice Bowl and Catholics Confront Global Poverty are designed to teach Catholics in the United States about opportunities to grow in and practice our faith. Most of the information above came directly from the CRS website, crs.org, where you can learn about their additional education objectives (yes, there are even more), as well as CRS’ work on other issues. The Peace and Social Justice Committee looks forward to passing on more information on CRS here, in the bulletin, in the near future.
May 5, 2013
Sixth Sunday of Easter 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 Website: www.sspeterandpaul.net 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 SACRED WORSHIP Director of Sacred Music: Matthew S. Sprinkle .............. .630-718-2114 Liturgical Ministries Coordinator: Deacon Michael Crowell ... 630-718-2197 Sacristy Coordinator: Pam Adamski................................... 630-355-0222 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
PARISH COUNCIL MEMBERS 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 Kristine Gorecki, Member at Large Dolly McCarthy, Member at Large Steve Keeley, Member at Large Margie Sznajder, Member at Large
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 www.sspeterandpaul.net.
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 www.sspeterandpaul.net.
FOR CELEBRATION OF BAPTISM 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. 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.
May 5, 2013
Sixth Sunday of Easter ROSARY
Legion of Mary Our Lady of Sorrows Praesidium… 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. Meetings are held every Monday evening from 7-8:30pm in the Ministry Center, Room 227, upper level. Contact Paulette Shea at 630-718-2127 if you have any questions.
ST. VINCENT DE PAUL SOCIETY In the Gospel today, Jesus says to us: “Peace I leave with you; my peace I give to you.” By your gift to the Society of St. Vincent de Paul, using the green envelopes found at the rear of the church or chapel, you also say to those who are poor, “Peace I leave with you, my peace I give you.” Please contact us at 630-355-1081 if we may be of service to you or someone you know that is in need.
Come pray with us each Tuesday evening in the Church beginning at 7:30 PM. Our Holy Father’s special intention of the month is that administrators of justice may act always with integrity and right conscience. With our Rosaries, we will ask Our Lady to intercede for this, as well as for our own intentions and for world peace without the threat of terrorism. 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 email@example.com or come to the Tuesday Rosary to add your intention.
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