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Rectory: 1501 South Main Street, Lombard, IL 60148 (630) 629-1717 Fax: (630) 705-0692 Academy: 115E 15th St, Lombard, IL 60148 (630) 627-0640 Fax: (630) 705-0139 www.ctklombard.org www.facebook.com/ctklombard



Christ the King Mission Statement

The People of Christ the King in Lombard are a welcoming, vibrant faith community building the kingdom of God through our many ministries. We celebrate our diversity, seeking to realize the gifts of each member of our parish, as we are all joined together under one faith, in a spiritual journey of evangelization, service to others, and a reverence for all life. In the Eucharist, we find new life, and bring this life to others through stewardship, education, and worship.

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Mass Intentions for the Week

SUNDAY April 13 - Palm Sunday 8:00 AM Dolores Hoder 10:00 AM Gail Lindy 12:00 PM Georgina Resillez MONDAY April 14 - Monday of Holy Week 8:30 AM Frank Nelson TUESDAY April 15 - Tuesday of Holy Week 8:30 AM Special Intention WEDNESDAY April 16 - Wednesday of Holy Week 8:30 AM Emil Vercillo THURSDAY April 17 Holy Thursday 7:30 PM For the Sanctity of the Priesthood FRIDAY April 18 Good Friday 12:00 PMStations of the Cross 7:30 PM Good Friday Liturgy SATURDAY April 19 Holy Saturday 8:00 PM Easter Vigil - Special Intention SUNDAY April 20 Easter Sunday 8:00 AM People of the Parish 10:00 AM Intention of Celebrant 12:00 PM Intention of Celebrant

Readings for the Week

Monday: Is 42:1-7; Ps 27:1-3, 13-14; Jn 12:1-11 Tuesday: Is 49:1-6; Ps 71:1-6, 15, 17; Jn 13:21-33, 36-38 Wednesday: Is 50:4-9a; Ps 69:8-10, 21-22, 31, 33-34; Mt 26:14-25 Thursday: Chrism Mass: Is 61:1-3ab, 6a, 8b-9; Ps 89:21-22, 25, 27; Rv 1:5-8; Lk 4:16-21 Lord's Supper: Ex 12:1-8, 11-14; Ps 116:12-13, 15-16bc, 17-18; 1 Cor 11:23-26; Jn 13:1-15 Friday: Is 52:13 -- 53:12; Ps 31:2, 6, 12-13, 15-16, 17, 25; Heb 4:14-16; 5:7-9; Jn 18:1 -- 19:42 Saturday: a) Gn 1:1 -- 2:2 [1:1, 26-31a]; Ps 104:1-2, 5-6, 10, 12, 13-14, 24, 35; or Ps 33:4-7, 12-13, 20-22; Sunday: Acts 10:34a, 37-43; Ps 118:1-2, 16-17, 22-23; Col 3:1-4 or 1 Cor 5:6b-8; Jn 20:1-9or Mt 28:1-10 or (at an afternoon or evening Mass) Lk 24:13-35

Monday April 21, to Saturday April 26 Octave of Easter Liturgy To celebrate the Easter Season on Thursday April 24th at 6:45 pm. Close with Adoration 7:00 - 8:00 pm

Wedding Banns Announcement

III Umes Hamin & Zaneta Moarzejewski

Pray for Our Sick

Carmen Giacalone, Tina Orlita, Coletta Novak, Marciano Guminski, Isabel Carey, Joan Danz, Jean Wolff, Fred Henderson, Lydia Sylvia, June Sanders, Terri Ciolli, Ken Herman, Al Kennedy, Betty Jo Kennedy, Bobby Wojkovich, Don Nebraske, Fr John Barrett, Fr John Guiney, Marge Urbonas, Judy Curtis, Fr. Ernie Norbeck, Christine Schneider, Fr Rich Prodehl, George McNulty Henry Stankevite, Don Whitlock

Welcome Into The Mystical Body of Christ! Congratulations to the parents of

Jayla Mae Perry Brendyn James Capulong

Please pray one decade of the rosary each day for our sick

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Holy Thursday April 17 9:00 - 9:30 am Morning Prayer 7:30 pm Liturgy Good Friday April 18 9:00 - 9:30 am Morning Prayer 12:00 - 1:00 pm Seven Last Words 3:00 - 4:00 pm Stations 7:30 - 8:30 pm Liturgy 8:30pm - Midnight Adoration in the Parish Life Center Holy Saturday April 19 9:00 - 9:30 am Morning Prayer 11:00 - 11:30 am Blessing of Baskets 8:00 - 9:15 pm Easter Vigil

1. Everyone 14 years of age or over is bound to abstain from meat on Ash Wednesday and all the Fridays of Lent. 2. Everyone 18 years of age and under 59 years of age is bound to fast on Ash Wednesday and Good Friday. 3. On these two days of fast and abstinence, only one full meatless meal is allowed. Two other meatless meals, sufficient to maintain strength, may be taken according to each one's needs, but together they should not equal another full meal. Eating between meals is not permitted on these two days, but liquids, including milk and fruit juices are allowed. When health or ability to work would be seriously affected, the law does not oblige. 4. To disregard completely the law of fast and abstinence is seriously sinful. 5. Lent is the principal season of penance in the Christian year. All of the faithful are strongly urged to develop and follow a program of voluntary self-denial (in addition to following the Lenten regulations), serious prayer, and a performance of works of charity and mercy.

Come and stand at the foot of the cross at the Aanchor Abortion Clinic, 1186 Roosevelt Road, Glen Ellyn, on Good Friday, April 18, at 9:30 a.m. We will do the beautiful inter-faith Way of the Cross that is being offered by the Pro-Life Action League and is being promoted for abortion clinics all over the country. Where is there a more appropriate place to mourn the suffering and death of our dear Lord than a place where His precious children are being sacrificed?

The parish leadership, pastoral staff and clergy hope that you will embrace the quiet of Holy week and share in the joy on Easter Sunday and throughout the Easter Season. As we all reflect on our years of service to our parish family, we see how you have blest our lives, changed us forever and invited us to walk with you during Lent. Let us pray for one another! A prayerful Holy Week and Blessed Easter Season. Gratefully, Parish leadership, staff and clergy

Honor Your Loved Ones

Christ the King Council of Catholic Women will once again help you honor your loved ones by providing roses for Mothers Day and carnations for Fathers Day. The names of your loved ones will be published in the bulletin. Please look for the order form in an upcoming bulletin.

Confessions: Mon. April 14, 9:00 - 10:00 am Tues. April 15, 11:30 - 12:30 pm Wed. April 16, 9:00 - 10:00 am

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Prayer for Pastors and the Communities they are Called to Serve
Christ Jesus, you are the Eternal High Priest who watches over and guides our Joliet Diocesan Parishes. In this time of transition for the parishes of Christ the King and St. Ann Parish, may we know that you have a plan for us. You have called Father Peter Jarosz to serve as Pastor of St. Ann Parish and Father Jeff Stoneberg, the new pastor of Christ the King in June. May they know of the support and prayers of the communities they are serving at this time. On the Universal Feast of Corpus Christi give Father Stoneberg and Father Jarosz courage, wisdom, and joy as they begin their new pastor assignments. Thank you Lord for calling these priests to be of service for the Church of Joliet, under the leadership and example of Bishop Conlon. Through Christ our Lord Amen Daily Prayer until Feast of Corpus Christi

Reflecting on Gods Word

Todays Gospel before the blessing of the palms presents an exuberant scene. Imagine the large crowd just outside Jerusalem spreading their cloaks on the road, breaking off palm fronds, strewing them about and waving them as Jesus passes by. Hear the people shouting, Hosanna to the Son of David. As Jesus enters the city, the people there are asking, Who is this? The crowd accompanying him answers: This is Jesus the prophet, from Nazareth of Galilee. This is the one who comes in the name of the Lord. A journey of joy. But a few days later Jesus took his last journey: a winding walk from the upper room on Thursday night out to the garden of Gethsemane, then to the house of Caiaphas, on to Pilates house and courtyard, and, finally, to the hill of Calvary. During this time, he was spat on and struck, stripped, scourged, and crowned with thorns; he was denounced, mocked, and ridiculed. Most likely some of the same crowd that cried out Hosanna cried out, Crucify him! It ended with his being nailed to a cross, and after three torturous hours, he died. At this journeys end, there was one final cry from a small group, a centurion and the men with him: Truly, this was the Son of God! (Matthew 27:54).Allow some time to relive these two journeys. You might hear some things you havent noticed before. Perhaps the words of one of the secondary characters or Jesus response to a particular situation or his silence before another will speak to you this time.
James A. Wallace, C.Ss.R. Copyright 2013, World Library Publications. All rights reserved.

2014 Joliet Diocese Catholic Mens Conference Saturday, May 31, 2014 Providence High School New Lenox IL 8:30 AM 4:30 PM Mass with Bishop Conlon @ 7:30am
Keynote Speakers include Danny Abramowicz, Curtis Martin, Pat Sullivan Continental Breakfast and Lunch will be served For more information on Keynote Speakers, Breakout Sessions, Spanish Sessions, and For For Registration go to - www.fishersofmenonline.com You can contact us at 877-605-7713 or email timbotka@fishersofmenonline.com

Carnations for Fathers Day

You are invited to purchase flowers to honor the special people in your life. Flowers are $2.00 each
Place your request in an envelope labeled CCW- Flowers and put it in the collection basket during the weekends of April 19/20, April 26/27 or May 3/4. Please include with your donation, the legibly printed names of the Mothers, Fathers, Grandmothers, Grandfathers, Godmothers, Godfathers, Daughters, Sons, Aunts, Uncles, or Friends you wish to honor by your request. Please also include your telephone number. Their names will be listed in the bulletin on the weekends of May 10/11 for the women and June 14/15 for the men. You will be able to take your flowers after Mass on those weekends. All requests must be received no later than May 5 for Mothers Day flowers. The deadline for Fathers Day flowers is June 8. If you have questions, please contact Sharon at 630-268-8817. Thank you.
A Project of the Council of Catholic Women Christ the King Parish

Roses for Mothers Day

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Three Days - One Solemn Feast


INTRODUCTION: What the Triduum commemorates, that which makes it the "culmination of the entire liturgical year," is the passion, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ. Because Jesus was willing to die for our sins and was resurrected, death no longer is the end of life for us. It is the beginning of new life. We gather at the Easter Triduum to remember the saving act of Jesus and the miracle of his resurrection. Because Jesus died and was resurrected, we live. The term Triduum means "three days." The three days are counted as the Hebrews counted their days, from dusk to dusk. Therefore, the three days of the Easter Triduum are from dusk on Holy Thursday to dusk on Good Friday (day one), dusk on Good Friday to dusk on Holy Saturday (day two), and dusk on Holy Saturday to dusk on Easter Sunday (day three). Each of those days "tells" a different part of the story of Jesus' saving action. On Holy Thursday we remember the Last Supper. Jesus gives us the Eucharist and tells us to "Do this in memory of me." He then washes the feet of the apostles, which commemorates the birth of the priesthood. On Good Friday we remember the passion and death of Jesus. We celebrate the resurrection of Christ either at the Easter Vigil on Saturday night when new members are baptized and welcomed into our Catholic community or on Easter Sunday morning. We look at the Easter Triduum as one single celebration that lasts for three days. We cannot separate the death of Jesus from his resurrection. We do not spend all of the three days in church, but at various times during those days, we are called to church to gather and remember together. When we are not in church, we are asked to keep the spirit of those days even in our homes, if possible. Those days are not days of "business as usual." HOLY THURSDAY: The sacred Scripture which we hear this night reminds us of the first Passover meal of the Israelites as they prepare for their journey out of slavery in Egypt. We then hear of the institution of the Eucharist by Christ and his admonition of "Do this, in remembrance of me." And then we have the wonderful example of the service to which we all are called when Jesus, who is Lord and master, takes a basin of water and a towel and washes the feet of his apostles ending with the words, "What I just did was to give you an example: as I have done, so you must do." Christ saves us from the slavery of sin, the Eucharist nourishes and strengthens us so that we can serve our brothers and sisters. In order to reinforce this important teaching of Jesus, the presider of the mass washes the feet of members of the parish family. The mass continues; we receive the Eucharist and the final blessing. The Blessed Sacrament is then taken to the chapel to rest there; the sanctuary is cleared, and we are invited to stay and vigil with the Blessed Sacrament until midnight, if we so desire. There is no procession to end this mass because the celebration does not end. The prayer continues in our homes until we are called together again on Good Friday to remember the next part of the story of our salvation GOOD FRIDAY: We begin the service in silence with no procession. There is no need to process. This service does not stand alone; it is a continuation of what began on Holy Thursday. The priest kneels or more often prostrates himself as a sign of utter humility before God. During the Liturgy of the Word, the Passion of Christ is proclaimed. We listen and remember how Jesus suffered and died for our sins. After the Passion we are reminded that there are many people in the world who need our prayers, and so in our role as priestly people we pray a more lengthy and elaborate form of the General Intercessions. Then a cross, the symbol of our salvation, is brought forward for us to venerate. The veneration of the cross is a practice unique to Good Friday. It is our opportunity to humble ourselves before the awesome saving action of Christ. We approach the cross and acknowledge its power in a number of ways. We can genuflect before the cross, kiss it, kneel before it, touch it with our hand, or stand before it and say a short prayer. The method we choose to show our respect is our own choice. After veneration we participate in a simple reception of the Eucharist and then leave church again in silence to continue our prayer and fasting at home and to return on Saturday evening for the Easter Vigil. EASTER VIGIL: Because we have a lot to do this evening, we need time to do it well. Some people think of the celebration of the Easter Vigil as just another mass, but one that is longer than a Sunday mass. This is not true. There are things we do at the Easter Vigil that we do at no other time in the church year. The most significant of these is the welcoming of new members into our Church and our parish. They have been studying and learning about what it means to be Catholic for a year, and now it is time for them to become one of us. We hear more of Holy Scripture proclaimed on this night because our salvation history is a long story dating back to the creation of the world. We build a large fire outside to remind us that Jesus is our light in the darkness, and after lighting the new Easter candle from this first fire, we process it into the darkened church and hear of Christ's resurrection. We need time to do all of these things well. A vigil is a watch kept for an extended period of time. In our daily lives we might keep vigil as we wait by the telephone or in a hospital waiting room for news. We cannot rush a vigil; it must take as long as it takes. The same is true of the Easter Vigil on Saturday night. As masses go, it is considerably longer than a Sunday mass. As vigils go, it is relatively short.

Called by your baptism as a child of God, you are invited to experience the Easter Triduum with all Catholics throughout the world. To experience the fullness of the Triduum is to be present for the mass of the Lord's Supper on Holy Thursday, the service on Good Friday, and either the Easter Vigil on Holy Saturday evening or mass on Easter Sunday morning.

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Young Adult Ministry (YAM) 20s and 30s Married or Single

Activity Location YAM Service Carpool from Project My Christ the King Brothers Kitchen Sunday, April 20 - Happy Easter He is Risen! Tuesday, April Y A M Bi b l e St. Alexander 22, 7pm 8:30 Study Villa Park pm Thursday, May YAM Meeting Christ the King 1, 7pm 8:30 Theology of the Parish Life Center pm Body

Date & Time Saturday, April 19 9am-3pm

On Sunday, April 27 at 2:00 pm Bishop Imesh will preside over Confirmation for our 8th grade, high school students, adults, and Ascension parish. Please continue to pray for these candidates for confirmation. It will have the Sunday readings for the day and will count for your Sunday Obligation. Rehearsal will be Friday, April 25 at 7:00 pm. For more information call Sherry at 630-3966078 or email at sherry@ctklombard.org.

Stations of the Cross 3:00 pm Friday, April 18 In Church

Students will lead the stations of the cross on Good Friday at 3pm. Rehearsal for the students will be at 2pm in church on 4/18/14. If your student would like to participate please call Eileen at 630-396-6076 or email Eileen@ctklombard.org.

The second grade class will celebrate their First Holy Communion on Sunday, May 4 at the Noon Mass. Rehearsal for First Holy Communion will be on Friday, May 2nd at 7pm in the church. For more information call Sherry at 630-396-6078 or email sherry@ctklombard.org.

Zumba Party for Adults

Saturday April 26, 2014 Doors open at 6:00pm The party starts at 6:30pm Cost is$ 14 presale; $16 at door Child Care Available! Call Jill at 630-627-0640 or jill-placey@aol.com

Water for Life

A Lenten Parish Service Project Christ the King Parish
Please bring in your change by Good Friday. You can place in the Narthex, school or drop off at the rectory. For more information 630-3966078 or email sherry@ctklombard.org.

Living the Eucharist

All participants are invited to gather on Wednesday, April 16 after the 8:30 am Mass for a morning of reflection. We will have refreshments, evaluations and a morning of reflection on the Lenten season. You are welcome to join us even if you did not have an opportunity to join a small group. For more information please contact Eileen Maggiore at 630-396 -6076 or Eileen@ctklombard.org.

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Figures not available this week due to early bulletin deadlines. Easter Sunday and Easter Season Finance Goal To reach $45,000 for our Easter Sunday and Season collections. Please be generous as you were at Christmas! Christ Has Risen Indeed Alleluia!
Weekly 6 Week Average from Feb. 23, to March 30, Contributions
# of Envelopes 298 278 323 308 317 330 1854 309 Envelope Amount $ 8,215 $ 8,832 $ 9,074 $ 9,208 $10,148 $ 9,367 $ 54,844 $9,141 Total contributions $ 10,308 $ 11,689 $ 11,334 $ 11,251 $ 12,870 $ 11,383 $ 68,835 $11,473

Spirit of Life Concert Thank You!

Dear Christ the King Co-workers, Please accept this most grateful acknowledgment for all the time, effort and work you - Father Peter, Ed and Karen, Helen and Florence, Victor, Tony, Bill and all the special Music Ministry people - all those who baked or shopped for treats for our reception table, all who helped set up, take down and swept floors everyone who so generously lent a hand to help make Spirit of Life's Patriotic Program a success generously and cheerfully offered to make preparations for our program at Christ the King an absolutely wonderful experience for all who attended, the spirit of life chorus concert. Dolores Morrissey, parishioner/member of chorus.

22% of people contribute 80% of parish revenue. Thank you to all parishioners for your very generous contributions!

The parish leadership was given to an audio CD of Matthew Kellys Four Signs of a Dynamic Catholic to listen to. The summation is that Dynamic Catholics have four similar characteristics: Prayer, Generosity, Explore their faith, and the Share their faith. Dynamic Catholics are generous in many areas of their life. They are generous with their time, gifts, and money. They are also generous with their relationships; at home and at work. Christ the King is blessed to have many Dynamic Catholics participating in every aspect of parish life. Lets invite a neighbor to one of our Triduum Liturgies. Our next leadership and pastoral council evening will be on May 6 at 7pm in the Parish Life Center. Eileen Maggiore, Pastoral Associate

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Mass RE Classes *Mass Childrens Liturgy of the Word RCIA Mass *Interpreted Mass for the Deaf

8:00 am 8:45 am 10:00 am 10:00 am 11:00 am 12:00 pm Mass ELA Church Church ER Church

Triduum Morning Prayer Break Open the Word Mass of the Lords Supper Eucharistic Adoration

9:00 am 10:00 am 7:30 pm 9pm-12:00 am Church ER Church PLC

Triduum Morning Prayer Seven Last Words Stations of the Cross Prayer Group Good Friday Liturgy w/ven Cross

9:00 am 12:00 pm 3:00 pm 8:30 pm 7:30 pm Church Church Church ER Church

St. Vincent DePaul Food Pantry RCIC

12:00 pm 7:00 pm ER ELA

Staff Meeting Rosary Admin. Committee Meeting

11:00 am 5:30 pm 7:00 pm DR Church ER

Triduum Morning Prayer Blessing of Food Easter Vigil

9:00 am 11:00 am 8:00 pm Church Church Church

Living the Eucharist Prayer Shawl Meeting Childrens Choir Rehearsal Finance Meeting Kings Choir Rehearsal

9:00 am 1:00 pm 5:15 pm 6:30 pm 7:00 pm ER ER Church DR Church

Mass *Mass Mass *Interpreted Mass for the Deaf

8:00 am 10:00 am 12:00 pm Mass Church Church

Adoration of Blessed Sacrament Thursdays 9:00am-7:45pm First Fridays 7:00-8:00pm Second Saturdays 6:00-8:00pm

Daily Mass 8:30 am Confessions 9:00 am

Rosary Tuesdays 5:30 pm Daily 9:00 am

Ministry Schedule for Saturday, April 19, and Sunday, April 20, 2014
Mass Time Lector Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion Altar Server Presider Ministers of Care

Saturday 8:00 PM Sunday 8:00 AM Sunday 10:00 AM Sunday 12:00 PM

T. Clishem B. Robinson M. Seagraves S. Wick L. Dovalovsky

J. Benshoof, M. Dourado M. Gonzalo, J. Sipolt E. Sweeney A. & M. Alzona, M. Iwinski F. Owens, C. Paulsen M. Klomfar, R. Maslinski J. & R. Myscofski M. Schaaf P. Barone, P. & T. Caruso M. Marten, P. Millsap

H. Bellamkonda K. & M. Sweeney C. Gaffud D. Nilson K. Klasen A. & B. Lim R. Lim R. Beckman A. Sandei

Fr. Peter Jarosz Fr Bob Schoenstene Fr. Peter Jarosz Fr. Peter Jarosz

N. Campbell J. Marten

R. Caselli B. Collins B. Croty G. Francl S. McGarry L. Michalik P. & B. Robinson

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Christ the King Directory

BISHOP of JOLIET: Most Rev. J. Daniel Conlon Blanchette Catholic Center, Crest Hill, IL PASTOR: Rev. Fr. Peter Jarosz 630.396.6079; frpeter@ctklombard.org WEEKEND Associate Rev. Fr. Robert Schoenstene 630.629.1717 DEACONS: Rev. Mr. Wayne Storrs 630.629.1717 Rev. Mr. Frank Lillig 630.629.1717 frank@ctklombard.org Rev. Mr. Peter Robinson 630.629.1717 deaconpeter@ctklombard.org PASTORAL ASSOC./ ADULT FAITH FORMATION: Eileen Maggiore 630.396.6076 eileen@ctklombard.org BUSINESS ACCOUNTS MANAGER: Elaine Colpo-Ward 630.396.6073; elaine@ctklombard.org DIRECTOR of CHILDRENS FAITH FORMATION/ YOUTH MINISTRY: Sherry Rochford 630.396.6078; sherry@ctklombard.org DIRECTOR OF MUSIC AND LITURGY: Bill Runge 630.396.6075; bill@ctklombard.org PASTORS/PARISH OFFICE SECRETARY: Carol Clishem 630.629.1717 carol@ctklombard.org BULLETIN EDITOR: Gina Gallo bulletin@ctklombard.org ACADEMY PRINCIPAL/KINDERGARTEN TEACHER: Jill Placey 630.627.0640; jplacey@ctklombard.org KINDERGARTEN AIDE: Michelle Iwinski PRE-SCHOOL TEACHERS: Karen Hanish, Louise Sinibaldi PRE-SCHOOL AIDES: Christine Leslie, Jan Waas ACADEMY SECRETARY/ ASSISTANT TO PRINCIPAL Lori Bhardwaj 630.627.0640; academy@ctklombard.org BUILDING & GROUNDS: Tony Azzolin, Joe Iapichino Victor Mandin

Saturday: 5:00 pm Sunday: 8:00 am, 10:00 am, and 12:00 Noon


Saturdays: 4:00 pm-4:45 pm M-F 9am; And by appointment


Second Saturdays at 11:00 am


Weekdays at 9:00 am, morning prayer 8:10 am Tuesdays 5:30 pm

Thursdays 9:00 am-8:00 pm, Second Saturday 7:00 pm & First Saturday 7:00 pm

Mon 10:00 am-3:00 pm Tues-Thurs: 9:00 am-3:00 pm Friday: 9:00 am 12:00 pm After Hours By Appointment Main Office closed: 12-12:30 pm REGISTRATION: We welcome you as a family member of Christ the King Parish. It is our hope and prayer that you feel at home with us at weekend masses, prayer times, and parish activities. Registration is on the first Sunday of the month in the narthex, after each Mass or come to the parish office during business hours. SACRAMENT OF BAPTISM:
Arrangements for baptisms are made by attending a preparation meeting. Parish registration is a pre-requisite for attending the meeting. 630.629.1717 x4

SACRAMENT OF MATRIMONY: Please allow eight months of preparation time. Date arrangements are made after the initial meeting with pastor or a representative before any other commitments are made. Contact 630.396.6076 ANOINTING OF THE SICK: If you or one of your loved ones are in need of the Sacrament contact the rectory or see the priest after Mass. In case of an emergency of illness or death, please contact the rectory, ext 1. SACRAMENT PREPARATION FOR CHILDREN: A child must be registered in Religious Education classes for two years prior to receiving the Sacraments of Initiation. Contact 630.396.6078 RITE OF CHRISTIAN INITIATION FOR ADULTS: Individuals who are interested in becoming in full communion with the Catholic Church ought to contact the parish rectory for an appointment.Contact 630.369.6076

CHURCH NAME & NUMBER Christ The King #512918 ADDRESS 1501 South Main Street Lombard, IL 60148 PHONE 630.629.1717 CONTACT PERSON Gina Gallo 630.290.6367 or Eileen Maggiore 630.308.1127 SOFTWARE Microsoft Publisher 2007 E-Mail from bulletin@ctklombard.org Adobe Acrobat NUMBER OF PAGES SENT 1 through 12