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YOU ARE INVITED! TO A Celebration OF THE DIOCESAN APPROVAL OF THE PLANS TO Renovate the Parish Hall (church basement) JOIN FELLOW PARISHIONERS IN THE PARISH HALL FOR A SOCIAL AND INFORMAL PRESENTATION OF THE RENOVATION PLANS FOLLOWING ALL MASSES THE WEEKENDS OF APRIL 14/15 AND APRIL 21/22. Funds are Matched With Catholic Charities’ Angel Fund Each day at Catholic Charities, Diocese of Joliet we assist individuals and families who need an angel -- veterans who have lost their homes, single mothers who seek warm clothes for their children, and seniors who are forced to choose between paying rent and buying food. Thankfully, we have found someone who is so special and generous… that he is almost like an angel on earth. This anonymous donor wants to team up with you to continue to help our struggling neighbors. For every dollar you donate, our special angel will match it up to $50,000. Please be generous. This is an opportunity to help someone who will have nowhere else to turn if Catholic Charities isn’t there to help. Please send in a donation by May 31st. Make checks payable to: Catholic Charities Angel Fund 16555 Weber Rd. Crest Hill, IL 60403 Donations can also be made at catholiccharitiesjoliet.org or by calling 815-724-1140. Bless you for your support of Catholic Charities. Together we are doing God’s work – changing and saving lives! If you can’t send a gift, please remember the vulnerable and needy in your prayers. Quote of the Week "Forgive, forget. Bear with the faults of others as you would have them bear with yours. Be patient and understanding. Life is too short to be vengeful or malicious." Phillips Brooks
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OF THE PLANS TO
Renovate the Parish Hall (church basement) JOIN FELLOW PARISHIONERS IN THE PARISH HALL FOR A SOCIAL
AND INFORMAL PRESENTATION OF THE RENOVATION PLANS
FOLLOWING ALL MASSES THE WEEKENDS OF
APRIL 14/15 AND APRIL 21/22.
Funds are Matched With Catholic Charities’ Angel Fund Each day at Catholic Charities, Diocese of Joliet we assist individuals and families who need an angel -- veterans who have lost their
homes, single mothers who seek warm clothes for their children, and seniors who are forced to choose between paying rent and
buying food.
Thankfully, we have found someone who is so special and
generous… that he is almost like an angel on earth. This
anonymous donor wants to team up with you to continue
to help our struggling neighbors. For every dollar you
donate, our special angel will match it – up to
$50,000.
Please be generous. This is an opportunity to help someone
who will have nowhere else to turn if Catholic Charities
isn’t there to help.
Please send in a donation by May 31st. Make checks payable
to:
Donations can also be made at catholiccharitiesjoliet.org or by calling 815-724-1140. Bless you for your support of Catholic
Charities. Together we are doing God’s work – changing and saving lives! If you can’t send a gift, please remember the vulnerable
and needy in your prayers.
Quote of the Week
"Forgive, forget.
Bear with the faults of others as you would have them bear with yours.
Be patient and understanding.
Phillips Brooks
April 8, 2018 • 207 South Main Street, Manteno, Illinois
Organist and Cantor(s) Needed At St. James Catholic Church in Irwin
for 9:00 am Sunday Mass.
Salary negotiable. Please contact the parish for
more details.
and the Diocese of Joliet to provide countless minis-
tries, programs and services to support our friends and
neighbors in immeasurable ways.
A mailing will soon be sent to all parishioners who
have not yet made a gift to the CMAA. Despite the
severe February snowstorm we encountered over
Commitment (In-Pew) Weekend, we are confident we
can still meet our goal if we all partner together. If you
have not done so already, I ask that you please reflect
on God’s gifts to you and prayerfully consider support-
ing the CMAA. A gift to the CMAA, no matter the
amount, will make a difference!
By partnering together, we can continue to spread the
Gospel message in our Diocese through our ministries.
Thank you for your support.
Prayer Breakfast — Engaging Faith in Place Servants of the Holy Heart of Mary, One Heart One Soul Spirituality Center, 2041 W. State Route 113 ~ Kankakee, IL
Thursday, May 3, 2018, 9 – 10:30 AM TOPIC: Journey With Joy
In this year’s Easter season we will discuss the 14 Stations of the Resurrection. It will begin with the empty tomb and end with
Pentecost. We are so focused on the Stations in Lent that we forget the joy of Easter. Come take a new look at what joy the
friends of Jesus experienced.
PRESENTER: Sister Mary Stella Schellenberger, sscm
Sister Mary Stella is an educator, musician, and artist and is involved in RCIA. She was a Director of Religious Education for 25
years. She resides at Our Lady of Grace on the campus of One Heart One Soul Spirituality Center in Kankakee, IL.
TO REGISTER or FOR MORE INFORMATION: Call Sister Mary Stella at 815-935-0800
Free Will Offering
Catholic parents struggled to provide for their
children. God saw the beauty of Bernadette’s simple,
humble soul. In 1858, God sent the Blessed Virgin Mary to
Bernadette with a message for the world.
The Blessed Virgin emphasized the need for reparation and
prayer for the conversion of sinners, requested that a
chapel be built on the site of the apparitions, and provided
a miraculous spring that has healed many people from
terrible diseases. St. Bernadette died at the age of thirty-
five in 1879. Her body is incorrupt and can still be viewed
to this day.
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St. Bernadette and the
St. Joan of Arc Church Parish Center, Room 22
820 Division St., Lisle, IL