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  • January 28 2018

    The Fourth Sunday In Ordinary Time

    St. Joseph Catholic Church,

    7240 W. 57th St., Summit, Illinois

    Catholic Schools Week Jan. 28 to Feb. 3

    St. Joseph Catholic School 5641 S. 73rd Ave.

    Summit, Illinois 60501 708-458-2927

  • Last week, we heard in the Gospel Jesus beginning to proclaim the Kingdom of God. In the Gospel this week, we see the effect of the coming of the Kingdom of God in Jesus. Following the call of His first Apostles, Jesus enters into a synagogue in the town of Capernaum on the Sabbath. There, Jesus taught with authority. While teaching in the synagogue, Jesus encounters a man with an unclean spirit. Jesus rebukes this unclean spirit and orders this unclean spirit to come out of the man. We see todays Gospel story beautifully illustrated in the image below. Jesus, on the left, is freeing the man of the evil spirit. The convulsing man is seen on the right, and black, winged creature (unclean spirit) is seen above him, leaving him in peace. This passage from Marks Gospel shows the power and authority of Jesus over unclean spirits.

    What is an unclean spirit? In the Greek version of the Gospel, the word is pneuma akathartos. Pneuma is the Greek word for spirit, and akathartos means unclean. Kathartos means clean or pure. Put the letter a in front of this word and it becomes the opposite: akathartos = impure or foul. The Greek word has a connotation associated with the demonic. Why? God is pure and holy. The devil and fallen angels are not pure; they are not holy because they are tainted by sin. Unclean spirits are foul and impure, thus, the opposite of God. The Fourth Lateran Council teaches: the devil [that is Satan] and the other demons were created good by God, but they became evil through their own fault. Whoever denies Satan also denies sin and does not understand the actions of Christ. The late Fr. Gabriel Amorth, renowned chief exorcist in Rome, attests that unclean spirits are real. Fr. Amorth quotes Pope Paul VI, one of the greatest needs today is the defense from the evil that we call the devil. There are many reasons why the influence of the devil and unclean spirits are increasing. According to Fr. Amorth one of the biggest factors is consumerism. The majority of people have lost their faith due to materialistic and hedonistic lifestyle. Fr. Amorth goes on further saying that tarot cards, mediums, fortune tellers, voodoo, Wicca, witchcraft, the occult, or any other fascination with the spirit world, or the dead, can attract and encourage evil spirits. We should stay away from these activities, but how many Catholics participate in them? In addition, no one should ever play with Ouija board games, because this is a well-known way that demons are invited into the world. Fr. Amorth testifies it is not a game, but very dangerous. Sometimes, people will call a priest to bless a house because of something strange happening there. However, no one in that house goes to Confession ever, no goes to Mass every Sunday, and no one prays. A house blessing is not magic. Exorcists like Fr. Amorth, say that if people are not actively practicing their faith, then these house blessings will do them no good. Fr. Amorth says that best protection against demons and evil spirits is to attend mass regularly, go to confession and have a regular, consistent prayer life. We receive grace from Jesus, through the sacraments and prayer, and by genuinely living by Gods commandments.

    Please do not litter the church with refuse and garbage. The church is Gods house. Do not drop and leave your used tissues on the pews and floors. Last week, after Mass, there were empty water bottles left under the kneelers under the pews (like the one you see in this picture). Is this what you do at home? Do you leave trash lying on the floor at home? Dont do this in church! Who do you expect to clean up after you? Father Bob? Yes, Father Bob has to do everything, including being your housekeeper. This is very rude and bad-mannered behavior to God and other parishioners. Do not bring food or drink into church. Do not chew gum, and then leave your gum stuck to the pews and floors. Please have some respect for God, Gods house the church, and other parishioners.

    This week we celebrate Catholic Schools Week. Please consider sending your familys children to our Catholic school. Unlike public schools, God is allowed in our school. May the Blessed Virgin Mary, Mother of Good Help, help us with her maternal care and St. Joseph pray for us! Vivat Jesus! Live Jesus!

    Fr. Bobs Briefs

  • La semana pasada, escuchamos en el Evangelio a Jess comenzar a proclamar el Reino de Dios. En el Evangelio de esta semana, vemos el efecto de la venida del Reino de Dios en Jess. Siguiendo el llamado de Sus primeros Apstoles, Jess entra en una sinagoga en el pueblo de Cafaraum el da de descanso. Ah, Jess ense con autoridad. Mientras ensea en la sinagoga, Jess encuentra a un hombre con un espritu inmundo. Jess reprende al espritu y le ordena que ste salga del hombre. Vemos la historia del Evangelio de hoy bellamente ilustrada en la imagen a continuacin. Jess a la izquierda, est liberando al hombre del espritu maligno. El hombre convulsionado se ve a la derecha y la criatura alada negra (espritu inmundo) se ve por encima de l, dejndolo en paz. Este pasaje del Evangelio de Marcos muestra el poder y la autoridad de Jess

    sobre los espritus inmundos. Qu es un espritu inmundo? En la versin griega del Evangelio, la palabra es pneuma akathartos. Pneuma es la palabra griega para espritu y akathartos significa inmundo. Kathartos significa limpio o puro. Pon la letra a delante de esta palabra y se convierte en lo opuesto: akathartos = impuro o sucio. L a palabra griega tiene una connotacin asociada con lo demonaco. Por qu? Dios es puro y santo El diablo y los ngeles cados no son puros; no son santos porque estn manchados por el pecado. Los espritus inmundos son sucios e impuros, por lo tanto, lo opuesto a Dios. El Cuarto Concilio de Letrn ensea: "el diablo [que es Satans] y los otros demonios fueron creados buenos por Dios, pero se volvieron malvados por su propia culpa." Quien niegue a Satans tambin niega el pecado y no comprende las acciones de Cristo. El difunto P. Gabriel Amorth, reconocido exorcista jefe en Roma, testimonia que los espritus inmundos son reales. P. Amorth cita al Papa Pablo VI, "una de las mayores necesidades hoy es la defensa del mal que llamamos el diablo". Hay muchas razones por las cuales la influencia del diablo y los espritus inmundos estn aumentando. Segn el p. Amorth uno de los mayores factores es el consumismo. La mayora de las personas ha perdido su fe debido al estilo de vida materialista y hedonista. P. Amorth contina diciendo que las cartas del tarot, mdiums, adivinos, vud, Ouija, brujera, lo oculto, o cualquier otra fascinacin con el mundo de los espritus o los muertos, pueden atraer y alentar a los espritus malignos. Debemos mantenernos alejados de estas actividades, pero cuntos catlicos participan en ellas? Adems, nadie debera jugar con la tabla Ouija, porque esta es una forma bien conocida de que los demonios sean invitados al mundo. P. Amorth testifica que no es un juego, pero es muy peligroso. A veces, la gente llamar a un sacerdote para bendecir una casa debido a algo extrao que sucede all. Sin embargo, nadie en esa casa se confiesa nunca, no va a misa todos los domingos y nadie reza. Una bendicin de la casa no es magia. Exorcistas como el Padre Amorth, dice que si las personas no estn practicando activamente su fe, entonces estas bendiciones de la casa no les servirn de nada. P. Amorth dice que la mejor proteccin contra demonios y espritus malignos es asistir a la misa con regularidad, ir a la confesin y tener una vida de oracin regular y constante. Recibimos la gracia de Jess, a travs de los sacramentos y la

    oracin y el vivir genuinamente segn los mandamientos de Dios. Favor de no tirar basura en la iglesia. La iglesia es la casa de Dios. No tire o y deje sus pauelos usados en las bancas y el piso. La semana pasada, despus de la Misa, haba botellas de agua vacas debajo de los reclinatorios (hincaderas) debajo de los bancas (como la que ves en esta imagen). Es esto lo que haces en casa? Dejas la basura tirada en el suelo en casa? No hagas esto en la iglesia A quin esperas que limpie despusi? El Padre Bob? S, el Padre Bob tiene que hacer todo, incluso ser su ama de llaves. Este es un comportamiento muy grosero y maleducado para Dios y otros feligreses. No traiga comida o bebida a la iglesia. No mastique chicle, y luego deje su goma pegada en las bancas y pisos. Por favor tenga respeto por Dios, la casa de Dios, la iglesia y otros feligreses.

    Esta semana celebramos la Semana de las Escuelas Catlicas. Por favor considere enviar a sus hijos a nuestra escuela catlica. A diferencia de las escuelas pblicas, Dios est permitido en nuestra escuela. Que la Santsima Virgen Mara, Madre de la Buena Ayuda, nos ayude con su cuidado maternal y San Jos ore por nosotros! Vivat Jess! Viva Jess!

    Informes del Padre Bob

  • W zeszotygodniowej Ewangelii, Jezus zaczyna gosi nadejcie Krlestwa Boego. W dzisiejszym czytaniu, widzimy w Jezusie efekty tego nadejcia. Powoawszy Swoich pierwszych Apostow, Chrystus w dniu Szabatu wszed do synagogi w Kafarnaum. W trakcie nauczania w synagodze, Jezus wypdza nieczystego ducha z napotkanego mczyzny. Pan karci tego ducha i kae mu i precz. To wydarzenie piknie ilustruje zaczony obraz. Stojcy po lewej Jezus, wypdza zego ducha. Po prawej wida mczyzn w konwulsjach, a nad nim jest widoczny oddalajcy si, uskrzydlony, czarny ksztat (nieczysty duch). Ten fragment z Ewangelii Marka pokazuje, jak wadz mia Jezus nad zymi duchami. Czym jest zy duch?

    W greckiej wersji Ewangelii znajduje si okrelenie: pneuma akathartos. Pnuema oznacza duch, a akathartos nieczysty. Kathartos znaczy czysty. Jeli umiecimy na pocztku literk a, uzyskamy przeciwiestwo: nieczysty. To greckie sowo posiada demoniczne konotacje. Bg jest czysty i wity. Diabe i upade anioy nie s czyste, s skaone grzechem. Dlatego stanowi przeciwiestwo Boga. Wedug nauk IV Soboru Lateraskiego: Diabe (czyli Szatan) oraz inne demony zostay stworzone przez Boga jako istoty dobre, a stali si li z wasnej winy. Kto neguje Szatana, ten zaprzecza take istnieniu grzechu i przeczy wszelkim dziaaniom Jezusa. witej pamici ojciec Gabriel Amorth uznany watykaski egzorcysta zawiadcza o istnieniu duchw nieczystych. Ojciec Amorth powtarza za papieem Pawem VI, e jedn z najpilniejszych potrzeb wspczesnoci jest obrona przed diabem. Istnieje wiele przyczyn, z powodu ktrych wpyw Szatana i duchw nieczystych jest coraz wikszy. Wedug ojca Amortha, jedn z najwaniejszych jest tu konsumpcjonizm. Ludzie utracili wiar z powodu materialistycznego i hedonistycznego stylu ycia. Co wicej fascynacja rzeczami oraz zjawiskami zwizanymi ze wiatem duchw i mierci (takimi jak karty tarota, medium parapsychiczne, praktyki voodoo, ruchy wiccaskie, czarnoksistwo, czy okultyzm) mog by zacht dla diaba. Od wymienionych praktyk powinnimy si trzyma jak najdalej; jednak jak wiele katolikw si w to angauje? Nie powinno si te nigdy gra w gry planszowe Ouija, gdy bardzo czsto s one bramami do naszego wiata dla duchw nieczystych. Zdaniem ojca Amortha, nie jest to adna gra, lecz bardzo niebezpieczne narzdzie. Czasami ksidz zostaje wezwany do domu, aby go powici, gdy dziej si w nim niewytumaczalne rzeczy. Okazuje si jednak, e mieszkacy tego domu ani razu nie byli do Spowiedzi, nikt tam nie chodzi do kocioa na niedzielne Msze, ani nikt si nie modli. Domowe bogosawiestwo to nie magiczne zaklcie. adne bogosawiestwo nie pomoe, jeli ludzie nie praktykuj swojej wiary na co dzie. Ojciec Amorth potwierdza, i najlepsz obron przed siami nieczystymi, jest regularna obecno na Mszy witej, przystpienie do Spowiedzi, oraz stae i owocne ycie modlitewne. ask Bo otrzymujemy poprzez sakramenty, modlitw i ycie wedug Jego Przykaza.

    Prosimy nie zamieca kocioa. Koci to Dom Boy. Prosimy nie rzuca zuytych chusteczek na podog ani awki. W zeszym tygodniu, po liturgii, znalelimy pod klcznikami i awkami butelki po wodzie mineralnej (takie jak ta na zdjciu). Czy tak samo zachowujecie si we wasnym domu? Czy tam te miecicie? Nie rbcie tego w kociele! Spodziewacie si, e proboszcz po Was posprzta? Oczywicie ksidz Bob zajmuje si tu wszystkim i musi by te Waszym sprztaczem. Takie zachowanie to oznaka kompletnego braku szacunku do Boga i innych parafian. Nie przynocie do kocioa jedzenia i napojw. Nie ujcie gumy podczas Mszy, ani nie zostawiajcie jej potem przyklejonej do awek. Okacie troch szacunku do Boga, Domu Boego, czyli kocioa, oraz dla innych parafian. W tym tygodniu obchodzimy Tydzie Szk Katolickich.

    Rozwacie prosz posanie swoich pociech do naszej katolickiej szkoy. W przeciwiestwie do szk publicznych, nasza szkoa jest otwarta na Boga. wita Maryjo, Matko Nieustajcej Pomocy, miej nas zawsze w Swojej opiece. wity Jzefie, mdl si za nami.

    Vivat Iesus! Chwaa Jezusowi!

    Z biurka Ks. Proboszcza

  • MASS INTENTIONS Monday, January 29 8:30 a.m. Shenita, Teresita & Tobias Narea/Terry & Esther Collins Tuesday, January 30 8:30 a.m. Souls in Purgatory Wednesday, January 24 8:30 a.m. Deceased Members of St. Joseph Parish Thursday, February 1 8:30 a.m. No Mass Friday, February 2 8:30 a.m. Vocations to the Priesthood Sr. Ernestine/Anniversary/Dee Kountis Miguel & Rosita Narea/Terry & Esther Collins 7:30 p.m. St. Joseph Parishioners Saturday, February 3 8:30 a.m. St. Joseph Parish Benefactors 5:00 p.m. Peggy Neligan James Baricovich/Ellie Wesolowski Clarence Donarski/Darlene & Family Frank Kuncic/Wife Miguel Sanchez Bernadine Tlapa/St. Joseph Adult Choir Felicitas Sanchez/Birthday Blessings Sunday, February 4 7:30 a.m. Margaret Powers Kurcz Patrick Jude Kurcz Joseph P. Kurcz For intention known to God 9:30 a.m. People of St. Joseph 11:00 a.m. Angel & Socorro Prieto and Rudolfo Prieto Juana Guzman and Maria Avalos Teresita Morales Francisco Romo 12:30 p.m. Jan Karcz Stanislaw Karcz Jan Leja Stanislaw Maryniarczyk

    Weekly Collection Report Weekly Parish Budget $ 9,500.00 Sunday Collection Jan. 21, 2018 $ 6,134.00 Special Donations $ 218.00 Building Fund Jan. 21, 2018 $ 2,235.81 Thank you for your generosity Gracias por tu generosidad Bog zaplac za ofiary skladane na tace

    COMMUNION MINISTERS Saturday, Feb. 3, 2018 5:00 PM. Deacon Ben, J. Bambera, G. Kujawa, R. Podrebarac Sunday, Feb. 4, 2018 7:30 AM Sr. Agatha, R. Kosowski 9:30 AM J. Jagielski, S. Maloy, J. Sheehan, G. Zaja 11:00 AM Olivia De La Torre, Hermila Duque, Victor Duque Lety Jimenez ********************************************************** ALTAR SERVERS Saturday, Feb. 3, 2018 5:00 p.m. Sayuri Cruz, , Madyn Dron, Sam Dudlo Sunday, Feb. 4, 2018 7:30 a.m. Jasmine Escoto, Saul Garcia 9:30 a.m. Lea Baena, Lilly Baena, Josh VanOrt 11:00 AM Alexandra Garcia, Lupita Garcia, Maria Elena Zambrano ********************************************************** LECTORS Saturday, Feb. 3, 2018 5:00 PM J. Bambera Sunday, Feb. 4, 2018 7:30 AM E. Dominguez 9:30 AM S. Madonna 11:00 AM Juanita Castro - First Reading Ricardo Castro - Second Reading

  • St. Joseph School: A Community of Faith, Knowledge and Service.

    5641 S. 73rd Ave., Summit 708-458-2927

    Mr. Lawrence Manetti, Principal

    Catholic Schools Week: January 28 to February 3

    Our Catholic Schools Week celebration begins TODAY! Following our 9:30 a.m. Mass join us for our Open House, join us for refreshments and a tour of our school. Enrollment information will be available. The theme for Catholic Schools Week 2018 is: Catholic Schools: Learn. Serve. Lead. Succeed. We at St. Joseph are a community committed to academic excellence, faith development and commitment to service. Youll have an opportunity to see those characteristics in action during our Catholic Schools Week events. I hope you and your family will join us. Following are some of the highlights planned for the week. Monday we celebrate our Community - visitors from different services in our community will be with us. Tuesday we celebrate with our Children taking a field trip to Forest Lanes in Lyons for some bowling. Children receive an ice cream treat at lunch. Wednesday we celebrate and learn about Vocations. We will also be hosting an Open House for families from 12:00 noon until 7:00 p.m. to tour and learn about our school. Thursday we celebrate our Nation we will have our All School Jeopardy Game! Friday, we celebrate our Faculty and Staff with a special breakfast and other surprises. We hope you have an opportunity to join us for our open house. Tax Credits This past Tuesday, the Tax Credit Scholarship Applications opened for Big Shoulders. Because of the response they have suspended taking applications. The Tax Credit Scholarships for EMPOWER Illinois open on Wednesday, January 31st at 12:00 noon until 7:00 p.m. Families should apply for Empower even if they have applied for Big Shoulders. We again will open our library from 12:00 noon until 7:00 p.m. for families who need access to a computer. If interested, please call the school office or see Mr. Manetti for more information. On Wednesday, January 31st we will be having a special fundraising night at Trianos Pizza from 4:00 10:30 p.m. No flyer is needed just mention St. Joseph when ordering. Thank you and have a great week. God Bless. Lawrence Manetti, Principal

    Youre A Winner! Congratulations! 52 Pick-Up News

    FRANCES LUCIO

    Ticket # 1217

    Congratulations to the $125 winners of the 52 Pick-Up Raffle. Tickets for 2017-2018 are still available

    Come by and pick one up from the rectory or school.

    GO ST. JOSEPH KNIGHTS!

    ST. JOSEPH SCHOOL IS CELEBRATING CATHOLIC SCHOOLS WEEK!

    Read Mr. Manettis column to the right to find out

    all the activities the students, faculty, staff and parents will be participating in.

    Parents, dont forget to fill out the Empower

    Illinois for a chance at the Tax Credit Scholorship! You may be able to send your child

    to St. Joseph School for free!

    Visit St. Joseph this week and find out what were all about.

    You are WELCOME here!

  • Parents: You are invited to explore St. Joseph School during

    our Catholic Schools Week Open House TODAY! The open house begins at 10:30 a.m.

    Join us for refreshments, tours and more.!

    Enrollment information will be available! ************************************************************

    Investigate the new I K T C S See how it may be possible to give your

    children a Catholic Education!

  • Baptisms are held in English at 2 p.m. on the second and fourth Sundays of the month.

    Baptisms are held in Spanish at 12 p.m. on the third Saturday of the month.

    Baptisms are held in Polish at the 12:30 p.m. Polish Mass. Please contact Fr. Bob for dates.

    Baptisms will not be conducted during Lent and Advent.

    News for Our Parishioners . "Celebrating Everyday Spirituality, a Women's Monthly Morning of Reflection will be held from 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 14 on the Mount Assisi Campus, 13860 Main St., Lemont. Each month's Morning of Reflection includes prayer, meditation, and time for sharing. A continental breakfast and lunch will be served. A $20 donation is requested. The event is hosted by Our Lady of the Angels Ministries and takes place on the Mount Assisi Campus. Depending on the number of attendees, the Morning of Reflection will be held in the Our Lady of the Angels House of Prayer or the Mount Assisi building. Reservations are needed by Monday, Feb. 12. For more information and reservations, call Car-rie Peters at (630) 257-7844, Ext. 223, or email her at [email protected]

    GIVE THEM ETERNAL REST

    THEODORE C. KLIMEK JOZEF NALEPA

    Eternal rest, grant unto her, O Lord, and let perpetual light shine upon them. May the souls of the faithful through the mercy of God rest in peace!

    News for Our Parishioners . . .

    The St. Jane Senior club would like to remind members and prospective members that the club will hold its first meeting of 2018 at 10:30 a.m. Monday, Feb. 5

    in Ward Hall, 5151 S. McVicker. The St. Jane Senior Club will have a speaker from the RTA who can answer questions about the new Venture cards. The free Book Exchange will be available so members can swap out the ones they have finished reading for some fresh books to help carry them through the rest of the winter. There will be a raffle and door prize also. As always, hot beverages will be available before the meeting and afterward refreshments will be served, including pastry from Racine Bakery. Membership is open to anyone age 50 and older. Dues are $10 a year, with a $3 door fee per meeting. Its a great way to meet new friends or catch up with old neighbors. The St. Jane Senior Club is open to surrounding parishes that do not have their own Senior Club. Worldwide Marriage Encounter is hosting a weekend for married couples Feb. 2 through Feb. 4 at the Wyndham Garden Hotel, Elk Grove Village. WWME begins with a private weekend experience, including presentations about practical tools for growing in loving relationships and continues with ongoing enrichments in the community after the weekend. For more information or to register, call (630) 577-0778, email [email protected], or visit the website at wwme-chicagoland.org. Those mid-life singles (mid-30s to 50s) looking to start 2018 off with a renewed sense of purpose and belonging are invited to register for a life-changing REFLECT weekend retreat March 2 to March 4 at the Cardinal Stritch Retreat House, Mundelein. The cost is $215 for meals and a single room. For more information and to register, call (630) 222-8303, e-mail [email protected], or visit ReflectRetreat.com. Little Company of Mary Hospital and Health Care Centers, 2800 W. 95th St., Evergreen Park, is offering two bereavement programs, one for children and one for adults. The childrens program will be held from 6 to 7:30 p.m. for eight consecutive Mondays beginning March 5. This program is for children 3 to 21 years old who have lost a loved one. The program includes dinner free of charge for parents and children. Early registration is required with a one time $25 registration fee. The adult program will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. for six consecutive Wednesdays beginning March 21. Support groups are formed specific to loss. Registration is required with a one time $25 registration fee. For more information or to register, call the Pastoral Care Department at (708) 229-4299. The Bellarmine Jesuit Retreat House is offering men in recovery an Ignatian, silent 12-step retreat, Psycho-Spirituality of the 12 Steps: Grace Comes through the Wound, Friday through Sunday, March 16 through March 18 at the retreat house, 420 W. County Line Road, Barrington, Leading the program will be Dr. Kevin McClone, PsyD., MDiv. For more information, call (847) 381-1261 or visit JesuitRetreat.org.

    Congratulations to the Child who was recently welcomed into our Catholic

    Family :

    January 20, 2018

    Alvaro Josue Santa Cruz De La Torre

    And Congratulations to his

    parents and godparents

  • ST. JOSEPH CATHOLIC CHURCH

    7240 W. 57th Street Summit, IL 60501

    (708) 458-0501 [email protected]

    stjosephparishsummit.org www.facebook.com/stjosephsummit

    OFFICE HOURS

    9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday - Friday

    BULLETIN DEADLINE: 2:00 p.m. Wednesday

    PARISH STAFF

    Pastor: Rev. Robert Stuglik Weekend celebrant: Rev. Joseph Stobba, OSA

    Deacon Benedict Michalowski Parish Secretary/Bulletin Editor: Mrs. Joan Hadac

    Adult Choir Director/Organist: Mrs. Darlene Donarski Pianist/Childrens Choir: Mrs. Anna Dron Ray Childrens Choir Director: Mrs. Bridget Ryan

    Polish Choir Director: Mr. Aleksander Jazowski Facilities Director: Mr. Vincent Slisz

    SUNDAY MASSES

    Saturday: 5:00 PM ENGLISH Sunday: 7:30 AM, 9:30 AM. ENGLISH

    11:00AM SPANISH 12:30 PM POLISH

    CONFESSIONS

    Saturday 4:00 - 4:30 PM

    WEEKDAY MASSES 8:30 AM Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday

    (8:30 AM Wednesday - School Mass During School Year) ThursdayNo Mass is Celebrated

    8:30 AM Saturday

    ST. JOSEPH SCHOOL School Principal: Mr. Lawrence Manetti Business Manager: Mrs. Kim Osowiec 5641 S. 73rd Ave. (708) 458 - 2927 www.stjosephsummit.com www.facebook.com, then search for St. Joseph School Pk-8-Summit (New official page) ST. JOSEPH RELIGIOUS EDUCATION Coordinator: Mrs. Penny Davis Assistant: Mrs. Nora Gregus (708) 458-2927 HENRYK SIENKIEWICZ POLISH SCHOOL 5641 S. 73rd Ave. 708-415-0458

    Beatrice Aguirre Alicia Anderson Donna R. Azzaline Sophie Bakos Jim Baricovich Joseph Bartosz Stan Bartosz Laura & Phil Behm Ann Bolek Kimberly Boll Brittaney Boubin Stanislaw Brzostowski Bruce BryersUS Military Elizabeth Cabaj Susan Castro Amal Centers Judy Centers Estella Mazzula Cronk Patricia Diaz Mary DiGangi Wladyslawa Dobros Melissa Dornbos Susan Dotson Stan Dron Don Erich Robert Erklin Mariana Flanagan Rexnalda Fonseca Esperaza Franco Helen Frank Miguel & Julia Gutierrez Silvia C. Herrera Rich S. Jandura Denise M. Jandura Chester and Virginia Janeczko Millie Jercha *Donald Johnstone Ted Kuldanek Hank Lampke Geri Lauer Susanna Lubawski Diane Macek Rich Madej George Maslona Deacon Ben and Sylvia Michalowski

    Dolores Michaels Colleen Mocnik Karen Mocnik Anthony Montaneo Joyce Netecke Ed and Alice Nowak Mary D. Owens Iris Eliza Peterson Leonardo Alexandros Peterson Ricardo Piedra Meg A. Radcliff Juanita Ramos Jackson Regan Robert Regep Paul Rinaldi Carmen Rodriguez Juanita Rodriguez Bridget Rollins Jennifer Sampres *Michael Sawka Eileen Sheedy Lorraine Simich Ed Skowronski Kurt Stein Theresa Stypula Aurora Rose Swaekauski Scarlette Grace Swaekauski Pat Tichacek Josephine Tipner Ricardo Varajas Ellie Wesolowski Arlene Wilder Pamela Wojdyla Patrick J. Woods Joanna Zieba Emily Zwijak *Most recently added If you know of anyone that should be on the sick list, please call the rectory. 708-458-0501. Thank You.

    San Jos, ruega por nosotros!

    SW. Jozefie, modl sie za nami!

    St. Joseph, Pray for Us!