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APRIL 3, 2011

FOURTH 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

I Came That Those


who do not see
might see
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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 OFFICE 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.
April 3, 2011 Year of the Eucharist 2010-2011 Page 3

LENT & HOLY WEEK SCHEDULE


Stations of the Cross on Fridays during Lent:
Sunday, April 3 “Lunch with the Lord” Stations at Noon followed by a
Fourth Sunday of Lent 8:00 am Sal Giacalone
simple soup lunch.
1 Sm 16:1b, 6-7, 10-13a; Ps 23; 10:00 am Richard Bandera Evening Stations of the Cross @ 7:00 p.m.
Eph 5:8-14; Jn 9:1-41 [1, 6-9, 13-
17, 34-38] 12:00 pm Louise Rose Eckman Reconciliation Service: Multiple priests will be available
for confessions.
Monday, April 4 Friday, April 8 @ 7:00 p.m.
Lenten Weekday
St. Isidore 8:30 am Frank Lukan Fish Fry: Social Gathering to build community.
April 15, 5:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m.
Is 65:17-21 Sponsored by the Knights of Columbus
Jn 4:43-54
Tuesday, April 5
Holy Thursday: Morning Prayer April 21, 9:00 a.m.
Lenten Weekday Mass of the Lord’s Supper 7:30 p.m. Adoration until
St. Vincent Ferrer 8:30 am Robert Blanchfield 10:00 p.m.
Ez 47:1-9, 12
Jn 5:1-16 Good Friday: Morning Prayer April 22, 9:00 a.m.
Seven Last Words @ Noon
Wednesday, April 6
Stations of the Cross @ 3:00 p.m.
Lenten Weekday
8:30 am Eileen Stellmach Liturgy @7:30 p.m.
Is 49:8-15
Jn 5:17-30 Holy Saturday: Morning Prayer April 23 @ 9:00
Blessing of Baskets @ 11:00 a.m.
Thursday, April 7 Easter Vigil @ 8:00 p.m.
Lenten Weekday
St. John Baptist de la Salle 8:30 am Robert Blanchfield Easter Sunday: Sunday, April 24 Mass @ 8:00 a.m.,
Ex 32:7-14 10:00 a.m., & Noon
Jn 5:31-47
Friday, April 8
Lenten Weekday
Wis 2:1a, 12-22
8:30 am Joe Iapichino Sr. PRAYER FOR THE SICK
Jn 7:1-2, 10, 25-30

Saturday, April 9 Watch, O Lord, with those


Lenten Weekday
5:00 pm Alfred Buti
who wake, or watch,
Jer 11:18-20
Jn 7:40-53
or weep tonight, and give
your angels charge
Sunday, April 10 8:00 am Dolores Hoder
Fifth Sunday of Lent over those who sleep.
Ez 37:12-14; Ps 130; Rom 8:8-11; 10:00 am Algirdas Reivytis Jr.
Jn 11:1-45 [3-7, 17, 20-27, 33b-45]
12:00 pm Dorothy Runge
Tend your sick ones,
O Lord Christ.
Pray for Healing Rest your weary ones.
Art Waters, Tina Orlita, Dorothy Hamil, Emily Rusek, Bless your dying ones.
Marge Urbonas, Sandra Caeiro, Joan Danz, Dave Hepko, Soothe your suffering ones.
Jean Brzezinski, Lillian Szmurlo, Marge Gavcus, Coletta
Novak, Alex Norkus, Adeline Staib, Louise Hagopian, Pity your afflicted ones.
John Cleary, Cathey Castro, Ed Fontana, Mary Ellen Shield your joyous ones.
Gallo.
And for all your love's sake.
* If it has been longer than six weeks since you or your,
Amen.
loved one’s name has been on the list, please call the
rectory to give an update. - Saint Augustine
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Church Lighting Project


Memorial Brick Available for
From April 4th to 7th the worship space of
Spring Installation
the church will be closed. The lighting
over the assembly (not in the sanctuary)
will be updated. Daily mass, adoration etc.
will be in the Parish Life Center. Thank you to those If you have not bought a memorial brick
parishioners who gave to the Gold Envelope. last year we are making it available
again for purchase this spring. It will be
Fr. Peter
installed later this spring. This is an ex-
cellent way of honoring your family, re-
membering a love one, commemorating
a special event and contributing to the
well being of our parish. Proceeds from
A Stewardship Minute the sale of the brick have been used to
make repairs and pay for capital ex-
The head of a neighborhood association heard a penses in the campus. Application
knock on his door. When he opened it he saw four forms are available in the Narthex and
children from the neighborhood holding a coffee rectory.
can. They handed the can to the man and told him
that they had been selling lemonade and wanted to
donate the money for the recreation area, which
needed maintenance. Stewardship of Treasure
When the children left, he opened the can and
counted out $48.88. He was dumbfounded! The March 19-20, 2011 Collection
neighborhood had 99 homes with a common rec-
reational area consisting of a swimming pool, soc-
cer field, playground, etc. Each family living in # Registered Families 1380 Households
the planned community had the responsibility of
Account No. Amount
paying a certain fee to keep the common area in
good shape, but the cost of the upkeep had gone White Envelopes 344 $8,129.50
up and this meant each family needed to pay more
or else let the area deteriorate. Non-envelope users $2,105.86
This caused controversy in that community. This week’s total $10,235.36
Some approved a fee increase and others fought it.
It was not a happy time for any family there. The Weekly Budget $12,692.00
kids had heard about the need and wanted to do
their bit to keep the recreational plot in good *Difference* - $2,456.64
shape. So they sold lemonade and gave their profit
to the project.
Green Envelopes* 75 $983.50
The children had contributed their time, talent (Mortgage)
and money to the needed project and thus had
been good stewards. Ultimately, their parents fol- Restricted Budget** $1,731.00
lowed their example and the park was preserved!
Difference - $747.50
Prayer: Dear Lord, help us to understand that the Gold Envelopes 85 $1,124.00
world becomes a better place when we each use
our God-given gifts in service and love for the Gold Budget $673.00
good of mankind. Amen
Additional Donations for $2,360.00
Church Light Project:
April 3, 2011 Year of the Eucharist 2010-2011 Page 5

Some Dogs Know, What Most Catholics


Don’t Believe. LENTEN RETREAT and
CONFERENCE
Soon to be St. John Paul II was visiting Baltimore in
*Come Recharge Your Spiritual
October of 1995, and as you can imagine, his schedule
was full. On the last day of his visit, he celebrated
Battery*
Mass at Camden Yards, rode in a parade, visited the --Healing with Divine Mercy--
Cathedral of the Assumption, and the Cathedral of
The Holiday Inn Rolling Meadows
Mary our Queen. Finally he was to meet the Mary Our 3405 Algonquin Road
Queen seminarians on the steps of their seminary. Rolling Meadows, IL
As he approached the crowd, he signaled his security Saturday, April 9, 9 a.m.-9:15 p.m. &
that he would be making a visit the Blessed Sacrament. Sunday, April 10, 9 a.m.-5:30 p.m.
The security forces rushed into action and fanned out
through out the building sweeping for bombs and peo- Speakers include: Fr. Jeffrey Grob, Fr. Aniello Salicone,
ple that may have plans to do the Holy Father harm. Dr. Kelly Bowring author of Chastisement & Triumph of the
Focusing on the Adoration Chapel they used dogs Two Hearts of Jesus & Mary,
trained in bomb searching and people rescue. These Joan Wester Anderson author of Where Angels Walk,
Brother Juan Vazquez & Guy Murphy who will present
dogs were trained to find living people in collapsed
A tribute to soon to be Blessed Pope John Paul II,
buildings. They scoured the halls of the seminary, Hector Molina, and singer Michael O’Brien
checking class rooms and offices, and finally came to
the Adoration chapel where the tabernacle containing Healing Services Saturday & Sunday
the Blessed Sacrament was housed. Father Aniello, Father Holup with Colleen Willard
They went up and down the aisles sniffing and ended
up in front of the tabernacle where the Body of Christ Saturday Holy Mass: 2:15 p.m. Sunday Holy Mass:1:30
was kept. The dogs whined and pawed at the taberna- p.m.
cle containing the Most Holy Eucharist and would not Saturday evening Holy Hour
leave. They sat straight up pointing their noses at the Confessions will be heard on both days.
tabernacle to show their masters where the person was Praise & Worship music: Garrett Fosco, and
hiding. They were sure there was someone behind Celeste Donner and The Donner Music Ministry
those golden doors under the lit candle. Now, a dog
would surely not lie. Advance purchase of tickets is recommended.
For more information see http://www.totallyyours.org/ or
70% of Catholics do NOT believe in the Real Pres-
please call 630-279-8424
ence of Christ in the Most Holy Eucharist. What do
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Come to Jesus in the real presence of the Eucharist at Suburban Catholic Singles Group (SCSG) Ministry
Christ the King Church on Thursdays and experience For singles in their 40’s and 50’s
for your self what it is to prayerfully sit in the presence April Events
of our Lord Jesus Christ.
If dogs can appreciate his company, why won’t you? Fish Fry – Fri. 4/8 – Divine Infant Parish, 1601 Newcastle,
Adoration Schedule: Westchester – Langan Hall from 5:30 – 9:00 PM
Group will meet at Langan Hall – meeting time TBA
1st Thursday of the Month 24 hour Adoration 9:00 AM
thru 7:30 AM Friday Latin Mass – Sun. 4/10 – St. Peter & Paul Parish, 36 N.
2nd through the 4th Thursday 9:00 AM to 8:00PM. Ellsworth, Naperville – 5:30 PM Mass will be followed by
dinner.
--Deacon Peter Robinson
TBA – Sat. 4/16 Please check our web site for further
details
Laetare Sunday
Our planning meeting is the first Monday of every
Today is Laetare or Rejoice Sunday, the midpoint of month at Panera Bread,
our Lenten journey. Learning to see as God sees is a 435 LaGrange Rd. LaGrange Park, IL at 7 pm
lifelong pursuit of Stewardship. Our readings present
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A FANTASTIC TIME AT ST. PAT’S LUNCHEON


Hosted by our Council of Catholic Woman

If you missed the parish annual luncheon to honor St. Patrick, you missed a great time. We would like to thank all our
helpers without whom this event would not have been as nice an occasion as it was. Our deepest thanks to: Tony Az-
zolin, Diane Beyer, Marie Brudnicki, Madalene Cannata, Barb Collins, Gerry Dean, Natalie Dee, Roger D’Souza, Adri-
enne Forstneger, Rich Grieco, Fr. Peter Jarosz, Don Knox, Kay Lassa, Pat LeBeau, Bob LeBeau, Victor Mandin, Sheila
McCarthy, Rita Owczarski, Ludy Redor, Ed Schumann, Karen Schumann, Anna Weselak and all who donated desserts
and/or salads. Thank you to Saint Vincent DePaul for their donation.

A special thank you to Elmer Mears and Joanne Devitt who lead us in an old fashioned Irish sing-a-long. In addition, a
very special thank you to Fr. John Guiney who kept us laughing throughout his hilarious discourse.

Florence Kaminski
Judy Knox
Co Chairman CCW’s Luncheon to Honor St. Patrick

A CCW COMMUNITY BUILDING EVENT

Annual Lenten
Project Gabriel Coordinators Fish Fry

Just wanted to inform all of you about the up- One of the Lenten traditions
coming Angel Trainings Dates that have been at Christ the King is our an-
scheduled for the month of April! Both training nual Fish Fry. The Knights
dates will be held at the Woman’s Choice Ser- of Columbus will be hosting the parish Fish Fry on
vice Center in Lombard (123 W. St. Charles Rd. Friday, April 15th, from 5:00 - 8:00PM., in the
Suite 101, Lombard, IL 60148) Please RSVP PLC. There should be something for everyone; includ-
with Jillian at Project Gabriel Headquarters ing battered cod and french fries, baked tilapia and rice
(630) 655-3290 or by email! Thanks! pilaf, cole slaw, green beans, rolls & butter, desserts,
beverages; and mac & cheese for the kids and those
Wednesday, April 6th, 2011 @ 12:00pm giving up fish for lent. Tickets are available after all
Tuesday, April 26th, 2011 @ 7:00pm masses the weekends of April 2 & 3, and April 9 & 10,
as well as at the door the evening of the event. If you
purchase your tickets in advance you save $1.00 per
ticket. Tickets purchased in advance are $8.00 for
adults, $7.00 for seniors and $6.00 for children (ages 5
-12). For families of 2 adults and 2 or more children, a
Tuesdays @ 5:30 pm family package is available for $25.00. Tickets pur-
chased at the door are $9.00 for adults, $8.00 for sen-
iors and $6.00 for children.
Did you know that every Tuesday at 5:30
p.m. the Rosary and Chaplet is prayed in the This is a great opportunity to enjoy a nice dinner out,
Church. and save yourself the trouble of cooking a meal at
home. It is also a time to spend with other members of
All are welcome to join whether you have a the parish community. Hope to see you at this popular
prayer of petition or not. annual parish event.
April 3, 2011 Year of the Eucharist 2010-2011 Page 7

LORETTO INVITES AREA FAMILIES TO PIZZA WITH


EASTER BUNNY
SPONSORED BY BARONE’S
 
Area families are invited to Loretto’s “Pizza with the
Easter Bunny,” sponsored by Barone’s of Glen Ellyn.
The fundraiser will be held on Sunday, April 10th,
from 1 until 3 p.m. at Loretto Convent, 1600 Somerset
Lane, in Wheaton.
In addition to a Barone’s Pizza lunch with pizza, salad,
and refreshments, the event features an Easter egg
hunt, games with prizes for every participant, face
painting, and a keepsake photo from the visit with the
Easter bunny. There will also be a raffle for themed
gift baskets, as well as a silent auction. The cost for
Loretto’s Pizza with the Easter Bunny is only $20 per
family.
“For the same amount of money parents pay at the
mall for pictures of their children with the Easter
Bunny, here they also get a Barone’s Pizza lunch and
so much more,” says Sister Julie Stapleton, teacher at
Loretto Early Childhood Center. “And they are donat-
ing to a good cause.”
The event serves as the childhood center’s annual
fundraiser. To register or for more information,
please call Sister Julie Stapleton at Loretto, 630-690-
8410. Religious Education Classes
for fall open enrollment:
Call Sherry 630.396.6078 or
sherry@ctklombard.org
THE LIVING STATIONS OF THE CROSS
CALLING ALL FAITHFUL
5th - 8th Grade

Bring the Stations of the Cross Alive Celebrating the Miracles of Life and Faith
Meditate with Christ on his journey CCW Meeting - April 18
to Calvary
As you watch the earth come alive once again, con-
Monday April 11th 6:30 - 8:00 pm sider joining us at our April 18th meeting to hear Mi-
Role Assignments & Read Through chelle Orive, a transplant recipient, tell how compli-
cations to what was a normal delivery changed her
8:00 pm Monday April 18th 6:30 - 8:00 pm life. Learn about ‘Rush To Live, an organization
Rehearsal she started to help others deal with the emotional,
financial and everyday problems that transplant pa-
Good Friday April 22nd tients and their family members have to face. The
Dress Rehearsal 1:30 - 2:30 meeting will take place in the Parish Life Center and
begin at 7:00 PM. Bring a friend! It is an amazing
Final Prep 2:30 - 3:00
story you won’t want to miss.
Living Stations 3:00
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Rite of Christian
Initiation for Adults
Youth Leadership
The Scrutinies occur to-
Conference
day and next Sunday.
Friday  Saturday  Sunday
We, and the church, look June 24–26, 2011
closely at ourselves to see Lewis University Romeoville, IL
how we are following the
Lord. The Youth Leadership Conference is a three day, 
The Scrutinies are meant to uncover, and then two night conference that empowers YOU!                   
heal all that is defective in a person as well as to Join the 800 teens expected from across the Dio‐
strengthen all that is good. Today’s Scripture ceses to experience the power you have when you 
reading is the Man Born Blind”. What do our eyes experience the power of Jesus present to us all! 
need to be open to? What spiritual blindness is  The conference takes place at Lewis University in 
blocking our sight? Today during this celebration, Romeoville, Illinois on June 24‐26, 2011.                        
ask Christ for the everlasting sight, or ask to see “Bread of Life ~ Covenant of Love”
as Christ sees us. The theme reminds us that Christ faithfully and lovingly
Please continue to pray not only for our catechu- gives us life and draws us into a mystical union with him
mens, but the candidates that will come into full and one another through the gift of the Holy Eucharist.
communion at the Easter Vigil.
Youth Leadership Conference is a powerful, spirit 
Yours in Christ, Eileen Maggiore filled weekend ~ an amazing conference for a cost 
as low as $150.00 per person for early registra‐
tion! 
 
Fee Includes: 
 Dorm Lodging 
Jesus wants you to see more
 2 breakfasts, 2 lunches & 2 dinners 
clearly the blessings of your
 Keynote presentations & teen witness talk 
sacrament of matrimony. The
 Leadership workshops & grade level breakout 
Worldwide Marriage Encounter  Music and prayer experience 
Weekend helps you to see  A Conference t‐shirt 
God’s plan for your marriage.  Powerful Mass and Reconciliation 
Plan to attend a Worldwide   
Marriage Encounter Weekend Early Bird Conference Fee $150.00 (Late fee of
on April 8-10, 2011. Contact Tim and Pat
$50 after this date)
Doyle, 630-577-0778. For more information  
visit our website at: wwmejoliet.org. Total due with all completed forms $150.00
By April 20, 2011
Contact Sherry Rochford for forms and more info
sherry@ctklombard.org 630-396-6078

“He Lives On”


For All 3rd through 5th Grade Students
Saturday, April 9th, at 1:00 until 3:30 p.m. in the Church and PLC
The afternoon will have songs, skits, crafts and snacks. This is a teaching event
through fun and activities that will bring a greater understanding of what it means to be
a disciple of Christ as a 3rd through 5th grade student. Please RSVP to Eileen at ei-
leen@ctklombard.org or Sherry at sherry@ctklombard.org as soon as possible. For
more information check your home mail or students handouts!
Blessings, Eileen Maggiore
April 3, 2011 Year of the Eucharist 2010-2011 Page 9

Come Visit our Unique School with


Full-Day Kindergarten!
We seek to address the needs of the whole child
within a Catholic learning environment. Our curriculum
supports the areas of religion, language arts, math,
science, social studies, art, music, and physical educa-
tion. We offer piano lessons, library and have Smart
Board technology available to our students!
ENROLL NOW BEFORE OUR CLASSES FILL UP!
Please call for a tour or to register at: 630-627-0640
Visit our website www@ctklombard.org
We look forward to seeing you!

You are cordially invited to a wonderful talent show on Saturday, April 16th at 7:00 P.M. in the school gym.
Tickets are now on sale!
General Seats $7.00 Reserved Seats $10.00 Children under the age of 2 are FREE

The Academy Students will be singing the opening song and the song during our intermission.
Concessions will be available during intermission. A good time will be had by all.
For more information or tickets call the school office 630-627-0640
between the hours of 7:30 A.M. and 2:30 P.M. week days.

Indulgences and the Way of the Cross +


Participants are asked if able to walk with prayer leader to each station.
Receive the indulgence (Via Cruces exercitium)

A plenary indulgence is granted to the faithful, who make the pious exercise of the Way of the Cross.
In the Way of the Cross, Christians recall the sufferings of Christ while going from the praetorium of Pilate, where He was con-
demned to death, to the mount of Calvary, where He died on the cross for our salvation.
The gaining of the plenary indulgence is regulated by the following norms:

1. The pious exercise must be made before stations of the Way of the Cross legitimately erected.
2. For the erection of the Way of the Cross fourteen crosses are required, to which it is customary to add fourteen pictures or
images, which represent the stations of Jerusalem.
3. According to the more common practice, the pious exercise consists of fourteen pious readings, to which some vocal prayers
are added. However, nothing more is required than a pious meditation on the Passion and Death of the Lord, which need not
be a particular consideration of the individual mysteries of the stations.
4. A movement from one station to the next is required.

But if the pious exercise is made publicly and if it is not possible for all taking part to go in an orderly way from station to station, it
suffices if at least the one conducting the exercise goes from station to station, the others remaining in their place.
Those who are "impeded" can gain the same indulgence, if they spend at least one half an hour in pious reading and meditation on
the Passion and Death of our Lord Jesus Christ.
To acquire a plenary indulgence it is necessary to perform the work to which the indulgence is attached and to fulfill the following
three conditions:

Sacramental Confession,
Eucharistic Communion, and prayer for the intention of the Sovereign Pontiff.
From the Enchiridion of Indulgences (June 29, 1968)
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r b as ket by
ve y o u antee Youth Ministry
Reser th to guar
10
April delivery. Fundraiser
Easter Fruit Basket Sale
le s, B ananas s
App e
a nd Orang
Pear s

The baskets are 8 inches wide and 3 inches deep.


They will hold 6-8 pieces of fruit, depending on size of the fruit.
The baskets will be ready for pick up the weekend of
April 16/17th in the Narthex of church.
Each basket sells for the low cost of ten dollars.
Proceeds will benefit Christ the King Youth Ministry.

Name: _____________________________ Phone # ______________________________


(Please print clearly) (Where you can be reached on Sunday morning.)

Number of Fruit Baskets: ___________________ X $10 = _____________ (total enclosed)


Make checks payable to Christ the King

Mass that you attended on March 27/28 5:00 8:00 10:00 12:00
(circle one)

Please return order form in the collection, or bring to the rectory attn: Easter Basket Sale.
For more information call
Sherry Rochford at 630-396-6078
or Eileen Maggiore at 630-396-6076

Thank you for your support!


April 3, 2011 Year of the Eucharist 2010-2011 Page 11

CHRIST THE KING PARISH EVENTS

SUNDAY 4/3 THURSDAY 4/7


Hospitality After Mass PLC Adoration 9:00 am PLC
Second Scrutiny w/elect 10:00 am Church Break Open the Word 10:00 am ER
New Parishioner Registration 8:00 am Narthex Academy Advisory Council 6:30 pm Art Room
Mass 8:00 am Church CCW Board Meeting 7:00 pm ER
Reconciliation for RE 8:30 am Gym
RE Classes 8:45 am Academy FRIDAY 4/8
Mass 10:00 am Church
Stations of the Cross/soup 12:00 pm Church/PLC
Bow-Wow 11:00 am ER
Stations of the Cross w/ con- 7:00 pm Church
Mass 12:00 pm Church
fessons
Joyful Again Lunch w/Lyle 2:00 pm PLC
Prayer Group 7:00 pm ER
MONDAY 4/4
SATURDAY 4/9
St. Vincent De Paul 12:00 pm ER
St. Peregrine Service 11:00 am Church
He Lives 2:00 pm PLC
TUESDAY 4/5 Confessions 4:00 pm Narthex
Mass 5:00 pm Church
Staff Meeting 11:00 am DR
Children’s Choir Rehearsal 4:15 pm PLC
Rosary and Chaplet 5:30 pm Narthex NEXT SUNDAY 4/10
Council Meeting 6:00 pm Academy
Leadership Night 7:00 pm Academy Third Scrutiny 10:00 am Church
Mass 8:00 am Church
WEDNESDAY 4/6 Confirmation Retreat #5 8:45 am PLC
RE Classes 8:30 am Academy
RE Prayer Service 8:45 am Gym Mass 10:00 am Church
Teen Ensemble 5:00 pm PLC Children’s Liturgy of the Word 10:00 am Church
RCIA 6:30 pm A Chapel Bow-Wow 11:00 am ER
RE Classes 6:30 pm Academy Mass 12:00 pm Church
Choir Rehearsal 7:00 pm PLC Sadorf Baptism 12:00 pm Church
Bible Study 7:30 pm ER Perry Baptism 1:00 pm Narthex

Apr 9, 5:00 PM Apr 10, 8:00 AM Apr 10, 10:00 AM Apr 10, 12:00 PM

Sydney Rudman Charles Grunert Erin Matos Kaitlin Klasen


Allison Achenbaugh Lance Grunert Gianna Czernek Cedric Martinez
Altar Server
Kristiana Prado Justin Martinez
Ethan Prado Monique Martinez
Roger Reeder Rudy Caselli Cristina Pilar Galileo Torralba
Anna Weselak Eugene Caselli Angela Oliveros Lilibeth Torralba
Extraordinary Pat McGovern Ludy Redor Iner Olson Leslie McNamara
Minister of Robert Maslinski Irene Boutiette Jim Hagearty Oscar Manicad
Holy Com- Jerry Pizzotti Michelle Iwinski Ray Venezio Evelyn Manicad
munion Elizabeth Carnahan Lolita Javier Bonnie Venezio Norma Migali
Flo Kaminski Carol Paulsen Joshua Czernek Roberta Beckman

Lector Ken Reinebach Dolores Aikman Family Mass Joy Martinez


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

Ministers of Irene Boutiette, M. Brudnicki, M. Gonzalo, E. Lay, E&O Manicad, L. Michalik, G. Doretti, S. Pier-
Care scionek, E& E Mears
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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SUNDAY DATE OF BULLETIN April 3, 2011