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Saint Albert the Great

8000 south Linder avenue BURBANK

Parish

ILLINOIS 60459

Twenty-fifth SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME - September 22, 2013

God . . . wills everyone to be saved and to come to knowledge of the truth. 1 Timothy 2:4

REV. MICHAEL L. ZOUFAL, PASTOR REV. JOSEPH P. LYNCH, PASTOR EMERITUS REV. RYSZARD CZERNIAK, SCh. ASSOCIATE PASTOR REV. ANTHONY BROOKS, SCh. ASSOCIATE PASTOR IRVIN A. BRYCE, JR., PERMANENT DEACON RAYMUNDO DIAZ DE LEON, PERMANENT DEACON MISSIONARY SISTERS OF CHRIST THE KING: SR. WERONIKA ILNICKA, SR. MARIA NIWA, SR. CLAUDIA RADZEWICZ, SR. AGNIESZKA KORTIAK.

Welcome
All are In this House of God

MASSES SATURDAY 5:00 PM (Sunday Obligation) SUNDAY 7:30 AM - 9:00 AM - 10:30 AM (English-Polish) - 12:00 PM 6:15 AM, 1:30 PM and 5:00 PM (Polish) 6:30 PM (Spanish) WEEKDAY MASSES (Monday-Friday) 6:30 AM, 7:30 AM (Polish), 8:30 AM SATURDAY MASS 7:30 AM ( Polish) 8:30 AM SACRED HEART ADORATION CHAPEL Open 7 day a week from 8:30AM to 8:30 PM FIRST FRIDAY ADORATION 5:00-7:00PM Bilingual Confessions 5:00-6:00PM, 6:00 PM Mass (Polish) HOLY DAYS Please refer to schedules printed in the bulletin prior to the Holiday. Vigil Mass - 7:00 PM (evening before Holy Day) SACRAMENT OF RECONCILIATION Saturday 4:00-4:45 PM SACRAMENT OF BAPTISM 1st, 2nd and 3rd Sundays at 3:15 PM Baptismal Preparation Class Last Monday of month at 7:00 PM Parish registration and attendance at the Baptismal Preparation Class are required prior to Baptism. SACRAMENT OF MARRIAGE All wedding arrangements must be made with a parish priest at least 5 months prior to scheduled date. All couples are required to participate in a marriage preparation program. Parish registration is a requirement. Times of marriages are as follows: Saturday 12:00 PM and 2:00 PM Sundayno weddings

RECTORY ..(708)423-0321 PLEBANIA (po polsku)...708)423-0321 For Sacraments of Baptism, Marriage, parish registration, convert instruction, prolonged illness at home. PARISH WEBSITE www.stalbertgreat.com E-MAIL StAlbert@archchicago.org PARISH BOUNDARIES North-75th St. East-Cicero, West-Narragansett, South-87th St. Cicero to Austin) 83rd St. (Austin to Narragansett) MINISTRY OF CARE.(708)423-0321 Deacon Irvin A. Bryce Jr. PRAYER NETWORK....(708)966-4068 Mrs. Marlene Rybicki ST. ALBERT THE GREAT SCHOOL.(708)424-7757 5535 West State Road Mr. Terrence ORourke, Principal www.stalbertcatholicschool.com POLISH CATHOLIC SCHOOL KS. IGNACEGO POSADZEGO.(708) 423-5715 5555 West State Road www.szkolaksignacego.com E-MAIL polska@szkolaksignacego.com CCD OFFICE...(708)636-0406 5535 West State Road Deacon Pete Manning, Coordinator

MASS INTENTIONS
Monday, September 23, 2013 Pio, Priest of Pietrelcina 6:30 7:30 +Mieczyslaw Antol 8:30 Poor Souls in Purgatory Tuesday, September 24, 2013 6:30 +Dorothy Marek 7:30 8:30 +Minnie & Ted Grasseschi Wednesday, September 25, 2013 6:30 7:30 8:10 -MORNING PRAYER OF THE CHURCH 8:30 +Dorothy White, +Leslie Curtis Thursday, September 26, 2013 Saints Cosmas and Damian, Martyrs 6:30 +Catherine Jeffers 50th Anniv. Of Death 7:30 8:30 +Donna Marie Skoczylas 7:00 -PARISH HOLY HOUR Friday, September 27, 2013 Saint Vincent de Paul, Priest 6:30 7:30 8:30 +Helen Jasinski -Poor Souls in the Purgatory Saturday, September 28, 2013 Saint Wenceslaus, Martyr Saint Lawrence Ruiz & Companions, Martyrs Blessed Virgin Mary 7:30 8:30 +Joyce Pubins 2:00PM - Wedding: Victor Aguinaga & Sofia Vazquez 5:00PM +Ellen Kandich, +Patricia Fischer +Vincent Geraci +Anne Lideika 2nd Anniv. Of Death Sunday, September 29, 2013 Twenty-sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time 6:15 7:30 - For the Parishioners +Ercole & Innocenza Sturino 9:00 +Dorothy White, Joseph Tapak +Therese & William Flaherty 10:30 +Janet Gress, +Wladyslaw Bugara -Kevin Janusz-Special Intention +Marie Weiss, -Jerry Weiss-Blessing for Health 12:00PM - Flanagan, Kinzie & Smykowski Families - Blessing, +Adeline Rusin 1:30PM +Tadeusz Rozwadowski 1st Anniv. Of Death +Mieczyslaw Fudala 5:00PM 6:30PM -

The St. Vincent De Paul Society members are requesting St. Albert parishioners to extend their benevolent contributions in the form of non-perishable food donations, in order to assist residents who are experiencing significant financial difficulties during this period of their lives. Food items can be placed in the wooden receptacle boxes in the vestibule of the church or monetary contributions can be placed in the Poor Box. Your support in assisting those in need throughout the ear is valued.
Come, you blessed of my Father, says the Lord. Amen, I say to you: Whatever you did for one of the least of my brethren, you did it for me. (Matthew 25:34,40) PRIORITIES In the first reading, the prophet Amos rages against all those whose greed is so great that they would close their eyes and hearts to the needs of the poor among them. To make a buck is one thing, Amos is saying. To make it on the backs of the helpless is quite another. In the second reading, Paul reminds us of our charge and duty to pray. He issues a call to more expansive prayer prayer that should mark the daily life of Christians. In the Gospel, Jesus describes the wholehearted effort of a crafty servant who sees downsizing heading his way. Jesus finds him a marvel and puzzles over why such cleverness is limited to the world of commerce. Jesus wonders why those who seek a position in the reign of God lack such wit and wherewithal. Copyright J. S. Paluch Co.
LET US PRAY For the sick: Beverly Davis, Rev. Thomas Mescall, Nancy & Wayne Kinzie, Connie Melody, Joan Bryce, Joan Sweeney, Marie King Doyle, Johanna Pusateri, Frances Sacino, Robert Priley, Eckhaus Family, Chuck Poremba, Barbara Pavlecek, Milagros Doctor, Timoteo Doctor, Mary Ellen Connelly, Rose Heiden, Michael Mazurek, Terrie Lynn Hennessy, Debbie OHara, Eric & Jesse Dulce, Donald Demski, Marlene Johanes, Andrea Pelicano, Mary Sochacz, Marilyn Buchalski, Carmella Mazurek, Arletta Ceynow, Bernice Ciszek, Valerie Farbin, Irene Korosa, Bill & Ruth Eichnamm, Diane and Robert Juris, Dorothy Reid, Salvatore Bottari, Theresa Lonski, Harriet Madey,Alex Silverman, Don Kupiec, Janelle Demski, Bussie & Hedderman Families, Sister Patricia Labuda, Walter Anderson, Shirley McVane, Cheryl Korosa, Penny Prokop, Mary Ann Riccio.

The Baptismal Preparation Class for October Baptisms will be held on Monday, September 30th at 7:00 PM in the church. This class is a requirement for parents who have made arrangements to have their child baptized..Pre-registration is required.

TREASURES FROM OUR TRADITION will be for the St. Albert the Great Roof Campaign When the Roman Empire turned a Our goal is...................$300,000 favorable eye toward the once-persecuted Amount collected...........$78,422 Christians, among the effects was a popuAmount still needed.....$221,578 lation explosion in the baptismal font, as Christian sympathizers stepped from the shadows. With more and more people becoming Christians, laws were passed to protect Sunday as a work-free day. Soon, it became possible to celebrate Mass later in the morning, rather than the older custom of gathering before dawn to celebrate 78,442 Eucharist. Amazingly, despite the increasing numbers of Christians, there was great resistance to adding to the number of worship events; the Eucharist that began as a Thank you for your support and consideration few friends around a table soon was transThe following babies became formed into a more formal event with members of Gods Family here throngs crowding a large hall. All the Christians in a city or town would gather recently: around the bishop for the one Sunday Zoe Esparza, Dawid Potoczny, Nicole Stefaniak, Krystian Obrochta, Mateusz Eucharist, and only when the crowds beWojciech Smarduch, Brianna Torres, Renata Gonzalez, Maks came unmanageable was there an impulse to divide the assembly by splitting off a Stanislaw Kowalkowski, Oscar Sebastian Skoczen, Maximilnew bishop and flock. ian Alexander Szulc, Emily Victoria Chuashpaieva, Marley Now, sixteen hundred years later, Sophia Wojtasik, Aleksandra Natalia Burek, many parishes see a need to trim or comMaximilian Dominik Adamski. bine Mass schedules. This is often seen as We extend our best wishes and pray that what has begun in them tough surgery. Yet our forebears in the will be brought to perfection. faith would see it as a gain: a filling up of the Eucharist with a large and vigorous JOIN US FOR A MORNING assembly, a fullness of ministry, an opportunity to make the Church more fully visiBIBLE STUDY ble and stronger for service.
SECOND COLLECTION NEXT WEEKEND

EVERY WEDNESDAY 9:45AM

James Field, Copyright J. S. Paluch Co.

STATEMENT REGARDING THE STATUS OF REV. ROBERT A. STEPEK, A PRIEST OF THE ARCHDIOCESE OF CHICAGO WHO WAS ACCUSED OF SEXUALLY ABUSING MINORS.

After the Archdiocesan review of the allegations against Fr. Stepek had been completed, the Holy See directed that the case be sent to a canonical court. Upon completion of two lengthy canonical trails, the court was unable to find evidence strong enough to merit a judgment that Fr. Stepek had sexually abused a minor. Fr. Stepek is therefore a priest in good canonical standing in the Church. In the course of the investigations for the trails, however, the court also found that Fr. Stepek had engaged in behaviors inappropriate for a priest. Fr. Stepek therefore will not have a ministerial assignment and his faculties to minister are restricted. Fr. Stepek has requested to retire from active ministry for health and family reasons, and Cardinal George has granted him early retirement.

ST. ALBERT THE GREAT SCHOOL 5535 W. STATE RD. BURBANK IL

Open Registration
St. Albert the Great Catholic School, is currently accepting new students in all grades for the 2013-2014 school year. We opened in 1953 and we invite you to become part of our school family.
QUALIFIED NEW STUDENTS MAY BE ELIGIBLE FOR UP TO TUITION DISCOUNT THROUGH THE CARITAS SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM

50%

For more information, call 708-424-7757.

Preschool Program - Children who are or will be 3 or 4 years of age by September 1 are eligible to register.
HALF DAY SESSION 8:00AM - 11:15 AM, 3 days - Monday, Wednesday, Friday ............ $39.00 per week 5 days - Monday - Friday.............................. $65.00 per week FULL DAY SESSION 8:00AM - 3:00PM 3 days - Monday, Wednesday, Friday ............ $83.00 per per week 5 days - Monday - Friday............................. $138.00 per week

The St. Albert the Great students and staff would like to invite our senior citizens to be a part of a special Mass commemorating grandparents and special seniors on Monday, September 23, 2013 at 8:30 a.m. Please join us. We look forward to honoring you and celebrating Mass with you.
September 23 27, 2013 at St. Alberts
Monday, September 23 11:00 am Seniors 6:00 pm Market Day Pick Up Tuesday, September 24 7:00 pm Bingo Wednesday, September 25 8:10 am Morning Prayer of the Church 6:00 pm Boy Scouts 7:00 pm CCD Thursday, September 26 7:00 pm Parish Holy Hour Friday, September 27 7:00 pm Cub Scouts

ST. ALBERT THE GREAT PRAYER GROUP


INVITES PARISHIONERS TO THEIR MEETINGS - EVERY SATURDAY 1:303:30 PM (IN THE ADMINISTRATION BUILDING ST. JOSEPH ROOM). FR. ANTHONY BROOKS IS THE SPIRITUAL LEADER, HE JOINS THE GROUP EVERY FOURTH SATURDAY.

WEDDING BANNS

III-Victor Aguinaga & Sofia Vazquez I-Jose Alvarado & Rosa Escobar
OUR WEEKLY OFFERING
SEPTEMBER 7-8, 2013 $14,314.00 SEPTEMBER 14-15, 2013 $14,726.00 Thank You For Your Support

Market Day Pick Up is September 23, 6:00 pm in the school - room 101