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MARCH 20, 2011

SECOND SUNDAY OF LENT


+ YEAR OF THE EUCHARIST +

1501 South Main Street, Lombard, IL 60148


Rectory: (630) 629-1717 Fax: (630) 705-0692
Academy: (630) 627-0640 Fax: (630) 705-0139

WWW.CTKLOMBARD.ORG

Lenten Parish Mission


EUCHARIST: Core of our Catholic Faith
March 21: Eucharist: Invitation to Spiritual Transformation
March 22: Eucharist: Pathway to Healing
March 23: Eucharist: Renewed Call to Discipleship
Each evening begins at 7:00 p.m. in the church.

Tues & Wed Confessions at 6:30 p.m.

Presented by Dr. Mary Amore, Mayslake Ministries

IT’S HERE!
ST. JOSEPH TABLE
FOR THE POOR

TODAY MARCH 20, 2011


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Christ the King Directory

PASTOR: Rev. Peter Jarosz LITURGY:


630.396.6079; frpeter@ctklombard.org Saturday: 5:00pm
Sunday: 8:00am, 10:00am, and 12:00 Noon
WEEKEND ASSISTANT: Rev. Robert Schoenstene
630.629.1717 WEEK DAY LITURGY: Monday-Friday 8:30am
Deacons: Deacon Wayne Storrs 630.629.1717 SACRAMENT OF RECONCILIATION:
Deacon Frank Lillig 630.396.6077 Saturdays: 4:00pm-4:45pm
frank@ctklombard.org M-F 9am; And by appointment

Deacon Peter Robinson ST. PEREGRINE DEVOTIONS:


630.629.1717; deaconpeter@ctklombard.org Second Saturdays at 11:00am
PASTORAL ASSOC./ ADULT FAITH FORMATION:
ROSARY AND CHAPLET:
Eileen Maggiore 630.396.6076; Weekdays at 7:35am
eileen@ctklombard.org Tuesdays 5:30pm
BUSINESS MANAGER: Elaine Colpo-Ward
630.396.6073; elaine@ctklombard.org
EUCHARISTIC EXPOSITION:
1st Thursday 9:00am until
CHILDREN’S FAITH FORMATION: Sherry Rochford 1st Friday at 8:15am
630.396.6078; sherry@ctklombard.org Other Thursdays 9:00am-8:00pm
DIRECTOR OF MUSIC AND LITURGY: Bill Runge
RECTORY HOURS:
630.396.6075; bill@ctklombard.org
Mon-Thurs: 9:00 am-3:00 pm
PASTOR’S/PARISH OFICE SECRETARY: Carol Clishem Friday: 9:00 a.m.– 12:00 p.m.
630.629.1717; carol@ctklombard.org After Hours By Appointment
ACADEMY SECRETARY/ PARISH FINANCE ASST.: REGISTRATION:
Lori Bhardwaj 630.627.0640; We welcome you as a family member of Christ the King
academy@ctklombard.org Parish. It is our hope and prayer that you feel at home
KINDERGARTEN TEACHER: Jill Placey, Academy Director with us at weekend masses, prayer times, and parish
activities.
630.627.0640; jplacey@ctklombard.org
PRE-SCHOOL TEACHER: Karen Hanish SACRAMENT OF BAPTISM:
Arrangements for baptisms are made by attending a
PRE-SCHOOL AIDE: Jan Waas preparation meeting. Parish registration is a pre-
requisite for attending the meeting.
KINDERGARTEN AIDE: Michelle Iwinski
FACILITIES MANAGER: Tony Azzolin SACRAMENT OF MATRIMONY:
630.629.1717; tony@ctklombard.org Please allow eight months of preparation time. Date
arrangements are made after the initial meeting with
MAINTENANCE: Paul Sweder, Joe Iapichino, Victor Mandin pastor or a representative before any other commit-
ments are made.
ANOINTING OF THE SICK:
If you or one of your loved ones are in need of the Sac-
rament contact the rectory or see the priest after Mass.
In case of an emergency of illness or death, please con-
Christ the King Mission Statement tact the rectory, ext 1.
The People of Christ the King in Lombard are a wel- SACRAMENT PREPARATION FOR CHILDREN:
coming, vibrant faith community building the king- A child must be registered in Religious Education classes
dom of God through our many ministries. We cele- for two years prior to receiving the Sacraments of Initia-
brate our diversity, seeking to realize the gifts of each tion.
member of our parish, as we are all joined together
RITE OF CHRISTIAN INITIATION FOR ADULTS:
under one faith, in a spiritual journey of evangeliza- Individuals who are interested in becoming in full com-
tion, service to others, and a reverence for all life. In munion with the Catholic Church ought to contact the
the Eucharist, we find new life, and bring this life to parish rectory for an appointment.
others through stewardship, education, and worship.
March 20, 2011 Year of the Eucharist 2010-2011 Page 3

LENT & HOLY WEEK SCHEDULE


Stations of the Cross on Fridays during Lent:
Sunday, March 20 8:00 am Lynn Hall
Second Sunday of Lent “Lunch with the Lord” Stations at Noon followed
Gn 12:1-4a; Ps 33
by a simple soup lunch.
10:00 am Dorothy Runge
2 Tm 1:8b-10; Evening Stations of the Cross @ 7:00 p.m.
Mt 17:1-9 12:00 pm Jeffrey Koerber
St Joseph’s Table: Meatless meal where the pro-
Monday, March 21 ceeds go to the poor. Sunday, March 20 @ 1:00
Lenten Weekday p.m. in the gym.
Dn 9:4b-10 8:30 am Ernest Burmeister
Lk 6:36-38 Parish Mission: Centrality of the Eucharist: The
Eucharist is the Center of Our Lives, will be held on
Tuesday, March 22 March 21, 22, & 23. Each evening will begin @
Lenten Weekday 7:00 p.m.
Is 1:10, 16-20 8:30 am Efren Iraola
Mt 23:1-12 Special Intention Annunciation Mass: Commemoration of the an-
gel Gabriel’s announcement to Mary that she
Wednesday, March 23 would conceive Jesus. Friday, March 25 @ 7:30
Lenten Weekday p.m.
St. Toribio de Mogrove
8:30 am Louis Bergantino
Jer 18:18-20 Reconciliation Service: Multiple priests will be
Mt 20:17-28 available for confessions.
Thursday, March 24
Friday, April 8 @ 7:00 p.m.
Lenten Weekday 8:30 am For the Unborn
Jer 17:5-10
Fish Fry: Social Gathering to build community.
Lk 16:19-31 April 15, 5:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m.
Sponsored by the Knights of Columbus
Friday, March 25
The Annunciation of the Lord 8:30 am Tina Cuga Holy Thursday: Morning Prayer April 21, 9:00
Is 7:10-14; 8:10 a.m. Mass of the Lord’s Supper 7:30 p.m. Adora-
7:30 pm Mass of the
Heb 10:4-10; Lk 1:26-38
Annunciation
tion until 10:00 p.m.
Saturday, March 26
Good Friday: Morning Prayer April 22, 9:00 a.m.
Lenten Weekday
5:00 pm Louis Bergantino Seven Last Words @ Noon
Mi 7:14-15, 18-20
Lk 15:1-3, 11-32
Stations of the Cross @ 3:00 p.m.
Liturgy @7:30 p.m.
Sunday, March 27 8:00 am Matthew Rusek
Third Sunday of Lent Holy Saturday: Morning Prayer April 23 @ 9:00
Ex 17:3-7; Ps 95; Rom 5:1-2, 5-8; 10:00 am Dorothy Runge Blessing of Baskets @ 11:00 a.m.
Jn 4:5-42 [5-15, 19b-26, 39a, 40- Easter Vigil @ 8:00 p.m.
42] 12:00 pm Berniece Bulski
Easter Sunday: Sunday, April 24 Mass @ 8:00
a.m., 10:00 a.m., & Noon

Pray for Healing


Art Waters, Tina Orlita, Dorothy Hamil, Emily Rusek,
Marge Urbonas, Sandra Caeiro, Joan Danz, Dave Hepko,
Jean Brzezinski, Lillian Szmurlo, Marge Gavcus, Coletta
Novak, Roberta Drischl, Kaileigh Remlinger. Rest in Peace
Our condolences to the family and friends of
Evelyn Bono, Dorothy Pienkos, Reed Isaacson,
* If it has been longer than six weeks since you or your,
loved one’s name has been on the list, please call the Edward Michaels
rectory to give an update.
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REMEMBERING YOUR
PARISH Stewardship of Treasure
The most practical way to make March 5-6, 2011 Collection
a significant gift to your parish is
through your estate plan. This
can take the form of designating # Registered Families 1380 Households
Christ the King in your will, living trust or as a beneficiary
Account No. Amount
in a life insurance policy or retirement account. Such gifts
are wholly revocable while you are alive and may save sig- White Envelopes 390 $9,533.50
nificant estate taxes at your death.
Non-envelope users $3,192.26
If you are considering remembering Christ the King in your
estate plans, give a call to Christ the King or the Diocese This week’s total $12,725.76
Development Office at 815-834-4031.
Weekly Budget $12,692.00
WHAT IS PLANNED GIVING? *Difference* + $33.76
Planned Giving is a process whereby you make a charitable
gift of estate assets. There are three types of planned gifts:
Green Envelopes* 76 $1,820.00
(Mortgage)
1. Those that are given and received now (cash, checks,
stock or bonds, real estate, personal property); Restricted Budget** $1,731.00

2. Those that are decided upon or given now, but received Difference + $89.00
at some time in the future.
(bequests through a will, owner and/or beneficiary Gold Envelopes 88 $1,316.50
of a life insurance policy, qualified retirement plan
designation); Gold Budget $673.00

3. Those where the benefits are shared Additional Donations for $1,750.00
by you and by the charity Church Lights
(gifts, gift annuities, charitable trust and others).

Endowments and major gifts through Planned Giving will


provide Catholic parishes, schools, agencies and other minis-
tries in the Diocese of Joliet confidence for the future. For Prayer of Good Steward
information on Planned Giving, feel free to contact Fr. Peter
or the Diocese Development Office at 815-834-4031. God our Father, we thank you for your Son
Jesus Christ, the Savior of all people.
Help us to take every talent and gift, which we
possess and to lay them on the altar of your ser-
vice, that we too may be used to bring others to
you. Help us to be ready to give, and even sacri-
fice, our time, our energy, our money, to spread
Christ's message wherever we live and to share
with others the life of Christ which is in us.
Help us so to live that by our word
and out lives many more may be moved
to give their minds and heart to you.
God our Father, hear this prayer through our
Savior Jesus Christ. Amen.
March 20, 2011 Year of the Eucharist 2010-2011 Page 5

For more information call Roberta at 630-708-7237

Memorial Bricks and Bench Dedication:

On March 27 after the 12:00 Noon Mass. We


will dedicate the memorial bricks and two
Spring Volleyball benches at the Ten Commandment Plaza.
League
Starting this month, the
Diocesan Young Adult
Memorial Brick Available for
Ministry Office will offer a four-week co
Spring Installation
-ed volleyball league for young adults.

4 Sundays, March 27 to April 17, 2011


If you have not bought a memorial brick
3:00 to 5:00 p.m. each Sunday afternoon
last year we are making it available
St. Scholastica Catholic Church - Gym again for purchase this spring. It will be
7800 Janes Avenue, Woodridge, Illinois. installed later this spring. This is an ex-
cellent way of honoring your family, re-
If you are interested in playing, details membering a love one, commemorating
and registration forms can be found at the a special event and contributing to the
Diocesan YAM Sports Page. The cost is well being of our parish. Proceeds from
only $10 per person. Join a team or start the sale of the brick have been used to
your own. Contact Fr. Peter. make repairs and pay for capital ex-
penses in the campus. Application
forms are available in the Narthex and
rectory.
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If you’ve ever had the desire to help


with the Life Movement, this is a
wonderful opportunity. There are 3
ways to be a part of 40 Days for Life.
Take part in all three or just one:

1. Prayer – Unite your voice with others around the world for 40 days of fervent prayer. Commit to praying daily
for the unborn, women in crisis pregnancies, abortionists, all who work in the abortion industry, and for an end to
abortion. You can also sign up to receive daily devotionals and updates at www.40daysforlife.com.
2. Fasting – Fasting is a form of physical prayer. During these 40 days, make a commitment to fast from a certain
food, TV, alcohol, or anything else as a sign of your support for the unborn. This will give your Lenten sacrifice
new intention and purpose.
3. Peaceful Vigil – Spend an hour with fellow pro-lifers outside an abortion facility praying. This spring the vigil
will be changing locations weekly to reach six different suburban abortion clinics that are all owned and op-
erated by the same local abortionist. At the Aanchor Abortion Clinic in Glen Ellyn we will be there praying
from March 30 through April 5. Check the bulletin weekly to find out how to take part in the vigil.

Please join Christ the King and sign up for 1 hour on 4/1/11, between 1 - 4 pm or 4/4/11 between 4 - 7 pm
Contact Eileen Maggiore 630-396-607 eileen@ctklombard.org to sign up for one hour.

Lord God, I thank you today for the gift of my life, and for the lives of all my brothers and sis-
ters. I know there is nothing that destroys more life than abortion, yet I rejoice that you have
conquered death by the Resurrection of Your Son. I am ready to do my part in ending abor-
tion. Today I commit myself never to be silent, never to be passive, never to be forgetful of
the unborn. I commit myself to be active in the pro-life movement, and never to stop defend-
ing life until all my brothers and sisters are protected, and our nation once again becomes a
nation with liberty and justice Not just for some, but for all, Through Christ our Lord. Amen!

Discover the Riches of


the Mass
Serra Club of Du Page
Morning Star will be running a fascinat-
Fr. Burke Masters, Director of the Vocations Of- ing 5-part series on the Mass, entitled,
fice of the Diocese of Joliet, will be the guest “A Biblical Walk Through the Mass”. In this study,
speaker at the meeting of the Serra Club of Du you will come to know and understand the Mass like
Page on Tuesday, December 14, 2010. The eve- never before. You will discover the rich meanings be-
ning will begin with the celebration of Mass at hind why we say what we say and do during the Lit-
St. Petronille Church, 420 Glenwood Ave., Glen urgy. The words and gestures of the Mass will be seen
Ellyn, IL. Dinner in the Parish Center will follow in a new light, leading you to a richer, more fruitful
worship experience.
the celebration of Mass at 6:00PM.
Dates/Times:
For reservations, call Joann Carr (630-665-0994) Thursdays, 7: 15PM -8:30PM beginning
The Serra Club is a national organization foster- March 24 - April 28 (No class April 2l)
ing and working for vocations to the priesthood Location: Morning Star Books and Gifts
and religious life since 1958. 28 West St. Charles Rd, Lombard
March 20, 2011 Year of the Eucharist 2010-2011 Page 7

Couples Retreat
With Dr. Barbara Jarvis Pauls
Featured Guest Speaker
March 26th 9am-3pm Chicago Radio Legend
Join us for a one-day retreat seminar. Couples of
Lyle Dean
all ages are invited. Discover new insights to
what can make your marriage great. The program Sunday, April 3rd, 2011
will include professional input, private couple Christ the King Parish
time, group discussion, prayer and fun! 1501 South Main Street Lombard, IL 60148
$35 per couple.
This session will be held at our Mayslake 2 p.m. Mass
Ministries Lombard Location.
3 p.m. Catered Lunch/Silent Auction
Please visit our website at Presentation will follow lunch
www.mayslakeministries.org or 5 p.m. Auction winners announced
call our offices at 630.268.9000 to register.
$40 per person or Table of 8
for $300
708-354-7211

Fundraiser benefiting the work of


What if... Joyful Again! Widowed Ministry
There was a high school where boys
lived their Catholic faith each and
every day.
“Some Journeys Are
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There was a high school where boys
learned to become strong Catholic
leaders in a safe, nurturing and healthy
environment.
What if...
There was a high school that combined
150 years of tradition and moral val-
ues, with a college preparatory educa-
tion. VOCATIONS
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This residential high school was more MEN’S DISCERNMENT GROUP: The group con-
affordable than you could imagine. tinues to use the new book To Save A Thousand Souls,
by Fr. Brett Brannen to discuss many topics relevant to
discerning a priestly vocation. Books will be provided
for those who do not already have the book. Meetings
take place at the John Paul II House, 430 N. Center St.,
Joliet, IL 60435 and are for all men who are juniors in
high school or older. The meeting schedule is as fol-
lows:
Fr. Peter Jarosz is an alumni of St. Lawrence Semi- Sunday, March 20 – 3:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. – The
nary. Parents students interested in talking, call Fr. Application and Admission Process (Ch. 15)
Peter at 630-396-6079 or email: Sunday, March 27 – 3:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. – What
frpeter@ctklombard.org is Seminary Like? (Chapter 16)
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Community Faith Leader:


Father John Guiney
Father John’s magic is evi-
dent the moment you meet him.
He is aglow with a zest for life,
April 16 @ 6:00 pm an appreciation of all his many
In the gym. blessings, and a love of people.
Although he is now technically
retired as a Roman Catholic priest, he continues to
serve his flock – especially for weddings and fu-
nerals. Young and old alike want him with them at
life’s significant moments. “But I’m a free
In today’s second reading it says, “He saved us lancer,” Father John joked, “and I can pick and
and called us to a holy life, not according to
choose!”
our works but according to his
own design and the grace be-
Father John’s sermons and homilies are known
stowed on us.” Learn abort the for their humor and relevancy. He applies the
graces bestowed on your mar- message of the Bible to the joys and problems
riage through the sacrament of people face today in a straightforward and often
matrimony. Plan to attend a amusing and memorable way.
Worldwide Marriage Encounter His Irish wit accompanies him when he visits
Weekend on April 8-10, 2011. Contact Tim and older patients in nursing homes and hospitals as he
Pat Doyle, 630-577-0778. For more informa- does often. “I wish we did more for our older peo-
tion visit our website at: wwmejoliet.org. ple. So many sit at home with nothing to do and
are isolated,” he lamented. “Our youth get atten-
tion, but they are busy with school. Older people
sometimes get lost in the shuffle. I guess I’m more
A Twinkle aware of the needs of older people as I age my-
self!”
Fr. John continues to be a blessing to the Diocese Born in Ireland and raised in Boston, Father
of Joliet as a priest nearing 50 years of service. John spent more than twenty years serving people
Father celebrates funerals, weddings, baptisms, in Africa where he rebuilt a leper colony. He calls
weekday and Sunday masses not only for us, but that the most rewarding experience of his life.
for other parishes in the diocese as well. In addi- “The lepers had an amazing sense of community
tion, he serves as a chaplain at Good Samaritan and of hope. Only in affluent societies do we get
Hospital. discouraged,” Father John said. “When you have a
lot, discouragement comes easily. Even during the
In June, I begin my twenty third year as a priest. I worst of times, the lepers kept going.” When
have a ways to go to follow the footsteps of a great asked how he chose the priesthood, Father John
example of Fr. Guiney. I am grateful to serve with, thought a moment. “There was this guy in Boston.
and to be a brother priest to a loyal friend, Fr. John He was never alone – even when he ate. He had
Guiney. He inspires so many priests and lay faith- wonderful people around him.” Then he paused.
ful by his energy and dedication. “It wasn’t divine inspiration.
I liked his example . . . and he was a priest.” And
May the twinkle in his eye continue to bring us the twinkle in Father John Guiney’s eyes reflects
closer to our Lord. his life’s story – a love of people and a love of
serving them.
Fr. Peter
March 20, 2011 Year of the Eucharist 2010-2011 Page 9

IT’S HERE!
ST. JOSEPH TABLE SUNDAY MARCH 20
The tables are set, the soup is hot and the meal is ready to go. The St. Joseph Committee
and the Service Commission are all prepared for this family oriented event. The gymna-
sium is decorated Italian style and all we need now is for you to join us at 1 o’clock. It’s
going to be a great time, so grab the kids and some friends and join us. For a free-will do-
nation, you can’t beat the St. Joseph Table for fellowship, good eats and helping others in
need.

Proceeds from this year’s St. Joseph Table will be donated to Catholic Charities in Lombard to support their
Emergency Services Fund.
The St. Joseph Committee and the Service Commission

OPEN ENROLLMENT for 2011-2012 Going on Right Now!


Christ the King
Early Learning Academy
115 E. 15th Street
Lombard, IL 60148
630-627-0640
www.ctklombard.org
Three and Four Year old Preschool and Full-Day Kindergarten. Enjoy a Faith-Based Learning Environ-
ment, and great learning opportunities that include Smart Board Technology!
Call for a tour today. Classes are filling don’t be left out.

Mass of the Annunciation March 25, 7:30 p.m.


Following Stations at 7:00
Join us for this mass for a greater reverence of all life
Hosted by the CTK Knights & Parish for Life Team

Prayer to Christ In His Hidden and Public Life


Christ in the womb of Mary, save the unborn and bless their defenders. Christ the child, shield the innocent
and uphold those who guide them. Christ the adolescent, lead our impressionable youth and sanctify their
role models. Christ the worker, strengthen all who toil for subsistence and inspire fairness and honesty in
the workplace. Christ the teacher, help us learn charity, gratitude, and forgiveness in place of indulgence,
ignorance, and arrogance. Christ the healer, imbue the medical and scientific community with a full re-
spect for every human life. Christ crucified, comfort the afflicted and soften hardened hearts. Christ resur-
rected, save us all. Amen.
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Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults


JESUS SAID…
On Sunday, March 13, Am-
WELCOME THE STRANGER ber and Jim Kinzel, and Syd-
ney Rudman were chosen as
Each month, our Religious Education Families the “Elect” of God. They went
experience one of the Corporal Works of Mercy to the St. Raymond’s Cathe-
by working together and practicing service. This dral where the Bishop an-
nounced that they were now
month, our sixth grade families will “Welcome
the “Elect”. This ritual is
the Stranger”. You may see some of our young where the Bishop prays over
people “shadowing” our Ministers of Hospitality and blesses the catechu-
and Greeters. They may bake some cookies or mens along with their Godparents. They have now en-
another treat for a new family on the block or get tered into the final preparations for the initiation into the
to know a new friend from school. Other ways Catholic Church at the Easter Vigil. Please continue to
the families can participate will vary depending pray for them on their journey.
on what each family is determined to do. Next Sunday, we begin the First Scrutiny of Lent. A
Keep our students and families in your prayers Scrutiny is meant to uncover, and then heal all that is
as they go out and do the work Jesus told us to defective in a person. Today’s Scripture reading is the
do! Woman at the Well. Jesus asks the woman, “What are
Sherry Rochford you thirsting for?” The same question can be asked of
Children Faith Formation us, “What are we thirsting for?” Jesus has, or better yet,
is the answer to the question. If we ask Him for a drink,
He would give us everlasting life, and we would never
thirst again! Today during this celebration, ask Christ
for the everlasting life, or ask to be as clean as you
once were at your Baptism.
Please continue to pray not only for our catechumens,
but the candidates that will come into full communion at
the Easter Vigil, and the 8th Grade candidates on May
Presents: 6, 2011.
MISSION EUCHARIST Yours in Christ, Eileen Maggiore

A free Lenten experience for Teens


Who are these defenders and how did they
Religious Education Classes
live their lives for Christ? for fall open enrollment:
How can we look to them as defenders of Call Sherry 630.396.6078 or
our faith and become defenders
ourselves? sherry@ctklombard.org
Come and find out on Monday evenings in
Lent at 7:00 PM. We will meet in the School 8th Grade Candidates for Confirmation
building. Call Sherry Rochford for more And First Holy Communion
information.
Please pray for the children in our Parish who will
receive the Sacrament of First Holy Communion
or Confirmation this year. You can also pray for a
Specific child by picking up a prayer card in the
back of church!

Next Confirmation Retreat for


8th grade students:

March 20, 2011 8:45 AM PLC


March 20, 2011 Year of the Eucharist 2010-2011 Page 11

CHRIST THE KING PARISH EVENTS

SUNDAY 3/20 THURSDAY 3/24


Parish Mission Talk After Mass Church Adoration 9:00 am Church
St. Joseph’s Table All Day Gym Break Open the Word 10:00 am ER
Mass 8:00 am Church K of C 7:30 pm ER
Confirmation Retreat #4 8:45 am PLC
RE Classes 8:45 am Academy
Mass 10:00 am Church FRIDAY 3/25
BOW-WOW 11:00 am ER
Mass 12:00 pm Church Stations of the Cross/soup 12:00 pm Church/PLC
St. Joseph’s Table 1:00 pm Gym Stations of the Cross 7:00 pm Church
Annunciation Mass 7:30 pm Church
MONDAY 3/21 Prayer Group 8:00 pm ER

St. Vincent De Paul 12:00 pm ER SATURDAY 3/26


Centrality of the Eucharist 7:00 pm Church
Mission Confessions 4:00 pm Narthex
Mass 5:00 pm Church
TUESDAY 3/22
Staff Meeting 11:00 am DR NEXT SUNDAY 3/27
Children’s Choir Rehearsal 4:15 pm Church
Rosary and Chaplet 5:30 pm Church Mass 8:00 am Church
Centrality of the Eucharist 7:00 pm Church Liturgy of the Word for Children 10:00 am Church
Mission Mass 10:00 am Church
Mass 12:00 pm Church
WEDNESDAY 3/23 Dominic Tobey Baptism 12:00 pm Narthex
Brick Dedication 1:00 pm PLC
Teen Ensemble 5:00 pm Church
RCIA 6:30 pm A Chapel
RE Classes 6:30 pm Academy
Choir Rehearsal 7:00 pm ER
Centrality of the Eucharist 7:00 pm Church
Mission

Mar 26, 5:00 PM Mar 27, 8:00 AM Mar 27, 10:00 AM Mar 27, 12:00 PM

Jennifer Emmert Lance Grunert Nicole Campbell Brandon Beahan


Altar Server Kelly Zelenka Charles Grunert Ryan Lim Harshini Bellamkonda
Kiera McLaughlin Danielle Lavedas
Joseph Iapichino Marie Brudnicki Mark Campbell Norma Migali
Adrienne Forstneger Sandie Novak James Krupka Oscar Manicad
Extraordinary Robert Maslinski Matt Novak Mark Schaaf Evelyn Manicad
Minister of Holy Jerry Pizzotti Gary Majcen AnneMarie Schaaf Galileo Torralba
Communion Maura Gonzalo Jan Benshoof Joseph Maka Lilibeth Torralba
Diane Denn Michelle Iwinski Carol Clishem Patricia Caruso
Flo Kaminski Grace Marola Ellen Sweeney Terry Caruso

Lector Gene Doretti Dolores Aikman Mark Logalbo Lisa McDaniel


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

M. & K. Campbell, M. Gonzalo, E. Lay, L. Michalik, S. Pierscionek, Chub Thompson, M. Novak,


Ministers of Care E& E Mears , J. & E. Rodenas.
CHURCH NAME & NUMBER —
Christ The King #512918

ADDRESS —
1501 South Main Street
Lombard, IL 60148

PHONE —
630.629.1717

CONTACT PERSON —
Eileen Maggiore
630.308.1127

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