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  • Masses / Misas

    Saturday

    4:30 pm (English) 6:30 pm (Spanish)

    Sunday

    7:30 am (English) 9:00 am (English) 10:30 am (English) 12 Noon (Spanish)

    Weekdays 8:00 am Monday through

    Saturday

    Confessions

    Friday: 8:30am to 9am Bilingual Friday: 6:30pm to 7:30pm Spanish

    Saturday: 4pm English and by appointment

    Saint Cecilia Parish 700 S. Meier Road Mount Prospect, IL 60056

    Parish Office Hours

    Monday-Thursday

    8:30 AM -- 4:30 PM

    Friday

    8:30 AM--12:30 PM

    Saturday and Sunday

    Closed

    www.stceciliamtprospect.com

    [email protected]

    Phone

    847-437-6208

    FAX 847-437-2520

    Thirty- second

    Sunday in

    Ordinary Time

    November 11, 2018

    Saint Cecilia

  • 2 .

    MASS INTENTIONS

    Saturday November 10, 2018 8:00 am † Rudolph & Margaret Michuda † Fr. Michael Olivero 4:30 pm † Deacon Mel Both † Donna Maggard † Judy Alberti † Fran Lynch † Kathleen Harwick & Veronica Gruper † Kazimierz & Mieczyslawa Mazur 6:30 pm Spanish Mass

    Sunday November 11, 2018 7:30 am † John Ficker † Mrugala & Bartman Family † Mary Puralewski † Jerry Grabowski † Fermin Corona 9:00 am † Kathy Nasello † Mary Ellen Ryan † John Ryan & Denise Ryan † Gil Meschler 10:30 am † Vincenzo & Antonnia Uro † Giovanni & Filomena Sorporito † Maria Citrano † Feliza Mortel † Dec. Mem. of the St. Catherine Lodge 12:00 pm Spanish Mass

    Monday November 12, 2018 8:00 am † Irvin & Bernice Richard † Mark Lakomski Tuesday November 13, 2018 8:00 am † Fr. James Prendergast † Maryann Smith Wednesday November 14, 2018 8:00 am † Purgatorial Society † Fr. Michael Olivero

    Thursday November 15, 2018 8:00 am † Fr. Raymond Pavis

    Friday November 16, 2018 8:00 am Parishioners † Leo & Caroline Slominski † Karen Ruppier † Micki Collins Saturday November 17, 2018

    8:00 am 4:30 pm † Nicholas Lascio † Rosemary Anichini † Edmund Jendro † Dec. Mem. of Rusteberg & Ginner Families † Dec. Mem. of the St Cecilia Womens Club

    † Michael Passi (17th Anniversary) 6:30 pm Spanish Mass Sunday November 18, 2018 7:30 am † Mary Cichy † Sophie Niemaszyk † Edward & Alice Kazmierski † Maria Perez Garcia † Giovanni & Anna Berardi † Angelo & Rosa Parente 9:00 am † Charles Sr, Mary & Julia Styrcula † Gordon Hoijer † Bob Tatara † Andrew Rabiej † Jean Black 10:30 am † Ulrich Marks † Ed Pastenak † Phil DiDomenico 12:00 pm Spanish Mass

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    Liturgical Ministry Schedule for November 17and November 18

    Sat. 4:30 Sun. 7:30 Sun. 9:00 Sun. 10:30

    Ministers C. Heinlein L. Erdman S. Loebbaka S. Wilken*

    B. Kopp L. Dahlgren M. Welch* M. Seidl

    K. Richter M. D’Cunha N. Planica A. Seidl

    K. McQuillen J. Szafraniec* K. Schmidt C. Szymaszek

    M. Welch E. Schultz L. Both E. Iaccino

    M. L. Giska P. St. Leger C. Hong

    J. Marshall

    Lectors J. MacGregor F. Gaziano M. Alfus D. Martino

    Pat Hackett F. Gaziano N. Reichel L. Quadros

    Altar Servers J. Ragusin+ V. Potoniec+ A. Schmidt+ S. Castro+

    S. Roman M. Potoniec A. Schmidt P. Daniluk

    E. Schultz G. Kopec

    BR Bernardin Room CH Church MH Mtg House PC Parish Center R Rectory TR Teen Room GS Gathering Space CR Choir Room HM Spanish Ministry

    THIS WEEK AT THE PARISH

    Monday, November 12, 2018

    1:00 pm Joint Staff Meeting R

    7:00 pm HM Liturgical Ministry Meeting MH

    7:00 pm Human Concerns Meeting BR

    7:00 pm Rosary CH

    Tuesday, November 13, 2018

    1:00 pm Faith Enrichment R

    6:30 pm HM Al Anon MH

    7:00 pm HM Bible Study MH

    Wednesday, November 14, 2018

    4:30 pm Religious Ed MH

    5:40 pm Religious Ed CH

    6:30 pm EM Meeting CH

    Thursday, November 15, 2018

    2:00 pm Grief Support BR

    6:00 pm HM Rosary MH

    6:30 pm HM Choir Practice MH

    7:00 pm HM Married Couples Group MH

    7:00 pm Teen Night PC

    7:00 pm Choir Practice CH

    7:00 pm Parish Council R

    Friday, November 16, 2018

    5:30 pm HM Confessions CH

    6:00 pm HM Catechism Class MH

    6:00 pm HM Pastorela Practice PC

    Sunday, November 18, 2018

    Pancake Breakfast after all Masses PC

    7:30 am HM Catechism Lesson Plan MH

    9:00 am HM Catechism Classes MH

    9:00 am HM Parents Seminar CH

    12:00 pm HM Children’s Liturgy BR

    1:30 pm HM Baptisms CH

    2:00 pm HM Pastorela Practice PC

    Saturday, November 17, 2018

    11:00 am HM Baptism C

    11:30 am HM Thanksgiving Basket PC

    4:00 pm HM Catechism Classes MH

    4:00 pm HM Parents Seminar PC

    Second Collection

    Next week is for the Campaign for

    Human Development

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    Office Number:

    847-437-6208

    Extension 120

    2018-2019 RE Calendar

    Nov.14: Regular RE Classes

    Nov. 21: Thanksgiving Break, No classes

    Nov. 28: Special Celebrate the Feast of St. Cecilia - 6:30pm

    (All Classes & Families In Church)

    Regular classes are on Wednesday from 4:30 - 5:45 pm in the Meeting House.

    The Rhythm Of Parish Life

    As I have mentioned before in the bulletin, living the Paschal Mystery is, often times, very hard. The

    dying and rising rhythm of life can cause pain as new challenges present themselves. There is a saying in

    ministry, based upon the model Jesus gave us when he chose 12 Apostles: "Always be looking for people

    who can lead people to the Lord." When a ministry leader is constantly looking for gifted people and those

    people are mentored into leadership, there is never a shortage of fresh ideas rooted in the Lord. The leaders

    recognize that, one day, they will also grow and will be called to go deeper. Thus, dying and rising. Or, to

    put it another way, in order to remain vibrant, to grow in faith, and to remain inspired, things must die or

    new things must be attempted in order for rising to occur. Theologically, we can think of Good Friday.

    Jesus' death was exceedingly painful. No one understood, initially, why he had to die and in such a brutal

    way. But, in order for us to be saved through the Resurrection, Jesus had to die. There is no rising without

    first dying. If reading about dying and rising has made you think of our recent staff members who are no longer on

    staff, good! We have thanked Jim Kelly and we thank him again today. The new music ministry torch has

    passed onto musicians whom he has worked with for years at St. Cecilia. We wish Jim continued success at

    his full-time job. We thank Carol Klinger who was on staff as our religious education secretary. Due to

    lack of enrollment, which I spoke about at Masses not too long ago, there is no longer a need for an RE

    secretary. We hope to see Carol again soon when the Tall Ship Windy season ends for the year. We thank

    Audrey Taylor who was on staff as our bulletin editor. We are trying out a new idea for getting the bulletin

    ready for publication and, as such, Audrey's position as bulletin editor was phased out. To all three, thank

    you for how you have ministered to God's people.

    Sincerely yours in Christ,

    Lisa Mersereau

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  • 6 .

    Responding to Domestic Violence in Our Community

    On Saturday and Sunday,

    December 8 and 9

    Fr. Charles W. Dahm, O.P.,

    Director of Domestic Violence Outreach for the Archdiocese of Chicago, will preach

    at all the Masses at St. Cecilia parish.

    Although largely unseen, domestic violence is rampant in the United States, including in our

    community. Calls about domestic violence are the most frequent received by local police.

    Fr. Dahm will speak with those parishioners interested in learning more about domestic

    violence and/or helping our parish respond to the needs of victims in our community as

    sensitively and compassionately as we can.

    When: Thursday, December 13

    Time: 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

    Where: Bernardin Room

    5 Reasons to Stay Until the End of Mass

    It is an interesting phenomenon. An isolated incident is not that concerning to me. But when half the parishioners

    have disappeared to the parking lot before the closing song has ended, it makes my heart a little sad. I want to

    say, "You have Jesus inside you! Take a minute to talk to him, to thank him, to love him!". Here are reasons I

    stay until the end of Mass:

    1. Communion Is About Communing:

    When we receive communion, we receive Jesus himself. When we eat and run it is like visiting a friend and the

    moment he is able to sit down and be present to us we jump up and run out the door yelling, "It was so great to

    spend time with you, see you next week!"

    2. It's Not Nice to Be Rude:

    My motivation to be on time should not be to avoid embarrassment but because I am going to see Jesus. But

    why is it easy for us to leave early and come late when it is the Creator of the Universe who is hoping to see us?

    3. Mass Is Not An Activity on a To-Do List:

    The Christian life is not a to-do list. It is an invitation to be in relationship with God. If we are going to Mass to

    avoid mortal sin, we are missing much. We are called to relationship, to holiness, to transformation.

    4. The Final Blessing Is Important:

    Blessings are precious. When a priest, who by his ordination is configured to Christ, gives his final blessing, we

    are being blessed by God himself. If Jesus were standing ready to give us a blessing before we left Mass and

    went back out into the world, wouldn't you wait for it?

    5. You Get MORE Grace:

    If we are rushing out of church after communion, chances are our disposition is not such that we are reverentially

    aware of the amazing fact that we are consuming the body, blood, soul and divinity of God himself. It's heavy

    stuff. And it deserves a disposition of great respect, if only because we all need all the grace we can get.

    By SR. THERESA ALETHEIA NOBLE

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    HUMAN CONCERNS COMMISSION

    Dear Lord,

    Hold our troops in your loving

    hands. Protect them as they

    protect us. Bless them and their

    families for the selfless acts they

    perform for us in our time of need.

    Remember Those

    Far From Home

    LCpl. Elijah Burgins

    Po3. John Castro

    Pvt. Peter Eck

    Cpl. Zachary Flick

    Lt. Eric Infante

    Sgt. Scott Majewski

    Kevin Moon Mullins

    Afc. Jeremy McNeel

    Pfc. Joseph Pusateri

    Theodore Soupart Let us remember and pray for

    those who are always in our hearts.

    If you have loved ones who are

    currently serving in the Armed

    Forces, please call the rectory at

    847-437-6208 and we will add

    their names to our bulletin list.

    When your loved one has

    returned home, please let us

    know so we can remove their

    name from the list. Thank you.

    St.Vincent de Paul is an emergency source for food and short-term financial

    help for parishioners and those living within the parish boundaries. Please

    call 847-437-6208. Requests will be handled with care and confidentiality.

    Ask yourself “Am I only giving from

    my surplus wealth?” and then put your

    gift in the Society of St. Vincent de

    Paul poor box so that those who are

    suffering will be able to know God’s

    love and care.

    In today’s Gospel Jesus tells us: “I want you to observe

    that this poor widow contributed more than all the others

    who donated to the treasury. They gave from their surplus

    wealth, but she gave from her want, all that she had to live

    on.”

    Calling All Secret Santas!

    The Respect Life committee will be collecting

    Christmas gifts for the children of the Women’s

    Center again this year. The tree filled with gift

    tags will be in the Gathering Space. Please take a

    tag and buy a gift for a deserving child. Remember the un-

    wrapped gift should be in a store bag only. Then attach the tag to

    the bag. Be mindful of the weight of the gift as the moms have to

    transport these gifts on the bus. Gifts must be returned to the

    Giving Tree no later than Sunday, December 2nd.

    “Blessed are those who mourn…”

    Parishioners Who Died in the Past Month

    Andrew Rabiej Jean Black

    Martha Wyatt Helen Wonak

    “for they shall be comforted.”

    End Domestic Violence NOW!

    Domestic Violence Hotline

    1-800-799-SAFE

    Domestic Violence incidents rise during

    difficult financial times. If you see a

    family in trouble, please call the hotline.

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  • 8 .

    Evelyn Lascio

    Jack Thompson George Planica

    Jaclyn Kerwin

    Trina Kerwin

    St Cecilia will be hosting a Pancake breakfast on:

    Date: Sunday, Nov. 18th

    Time: following the 7:30, 9:00, 10:30am Masses

    Advance tickets were sold through October 31.

    Thank you for your support!

    Pancake Breakfast Coming Soon!

    Daylight Saving Time ends this weekend! Turn your clocks back 1 hour when you go to bed Saturday

    St. Cecilia’s Golden Rose to be honored is SOFIA CASTRO...All women are invited.

    Bishop Ronald Hicks, Vicar General of the Archdiocese of Chicago

    RSVP by: November 16th

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    Knights of Columbus Council 6481 2018 Christmas Wreath and Decoration Fundraiser

    Supporting your Parish, Seminarians and our Council Wreaths and Garland Quantity Total Price

    20” Noble Fir Mix Wreath with Bow…....…....…..…$31 _____ __________

    36” Noble Fir Mix Wreath with Bow…….…...…..…$45 _____ __________

    48” Noble Fir Mix with Bow…………..….….......….$65 _____ __________

    26” Single Face Balsam with Bow……..….......….…$26 _____ __________

    36” Single Face Balsam with Bow……………......…$31 _____ __________

    48” Single Face Balsam with Bow…….......…...……$46 _____ __________

    60” Single Face Balsam with Bow…….........….……$57 _____ __________

    72” Single Face Balsam with Bow…..….......….……$70 _____ __________

    25” Balsam Garland…………………...…......….…...$32 _____ __________

    12” Holiday Yule Log…………………….…...…..….$22 _____ __________

    Door Swag………………………………….…...….....$18 _____ __________

    12” Candle Ring Wreath with 4” Candle….…...…....$25 _____ __________

    Evergreen Planter……………..…………....….….….$31 _____ __________

    Cemetery Stands (not pictured–wreath not included)…......…$11 _____ __________ Magnets and Buttons

    4” x 6” Keep CHRIST in CHRISTMAS car magnet.....$3 _____ __________

    2¼” It’s OK to say Merry Christmas to me pin…........$1 _____ __________ TOTAL

    Order your decorations by mail using this order form.

    Include full payment with mail orders.

    Please make checks payable to: Knights of Columbus Council #6481

    Mail your order to: K of C Wreath Sale C/O Jack Baggot

    913 S Tower Lane

    Mount Prospect, IL 60056-4259

    Your Name ________________________________ Phone Number ______________

    Orders can be picked up on December 2, 2018 after Sunday morning masses.

    Select which parish you would like to pick up your order:

    o St. Alphonsus • o St. Cecilia • o St. Emily • o St. Raymond • o St Thomas Becket

    Mail Orders are due by Wednesday November 21, 2018

    Any questions / problems, contact: John Baggot at 847-253-9188, or [email protected]

    Thank you for your order!

    mailto:[email protected]

  • 10 .

    TODAY’S READINGS

    First Reading — The widow of Zarephath had only a

    handful of flour and a little oil, but made a little cake

    for Elijah (1 Kings 17:10-16).

    Psalm — Praise the Lord, my soul! (Psalm 146).

    Second Reading — Christ will appear a second time

    to bring salvation to those who eagerly await him

    (Hebrews 9:24-28).

    Gospel — This poor widow put in more than all the

    other contributors (Mark 12:38-44 [41-44]).

    READINGS FOR THE WEEK

    Monday: Ti 1:1-9; Ps 24:1b-4ab, 5-6; Lk 17:1-6

    Tuesday: Ti 2:1-8, 11-14; Ps 37:3-4, 18, 23, 27, 29;

    Lk 17:7-10

    Wednesday: Ti 3:1-7; Ps 23:1b-6; Lk 17:11-19

    Thursday: Phlm 7-20; Ps 146:7-10; Lk 17:20-25

    Friday: 2 Jn 4-9; Ps 119:1-2, 10-11, 17-18;

    Lk 17:26-37

    Saturday: 3 Jn 5-8; Ps 112:1-6; Lk 18:1-8

    Sunday: Dn 12:1-3; Ps 16:5, 8-11; Heb 10:11-14,

    18; Mk 13:24-32

    MASSES FOR THANKSGIVING

    Wednesday, Nov. 21st: Thursday, Nov. 22nd:

    8:00 am (English) 9:00 am (English)

    7:00 pm (Bilingual)

    +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

    Fri. Nov. 23, there will not be a Mass at 8 am or Adoration.

    The Church will be closed.sed.

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    Parish Personnel

    Rev. Oswaldo Guillen, Pastor

    Rev. Jack Hurley 847-253-8600

    Coordinator of Hispanic Ministry

    Rev. Damasus Okoro, Resident

    Lisa Mersereau,

    Pastoral Associate/DRE

    Frances Ficker,

    Ministry of Care Coordinator

    Kathy McGourty, Youth Minister

    Ted Kawa, Business Manager

    Pat Sordyl, Parish Secretary

    Dina Sarti, Parish Office Staff

    and Bulletin Editor

    Religious Education Office Phone 847-437-6208; Lisa Mersereau at

    extension 120

    Youth Ministry Kathy McGourty, Director of Youth

    Ministry; 847-437-6208, ext. 123 or

    [email protected]

    Ministry of Care Office Phone 847-437-6208, ext. 122

    Communion for the Homebound Ministers of Care are available to bring Commun-

    ion to the homebound. Please call the Parish Office

    to arrange.

    New Parishioners Welcome to our Parish! Catholics who wish to be-

    come members of St. Cecilia are asked to introduce

    themselves and register at the Parish Office during

    regular office hours, or ask an usher for a registra-

    tion form.. If you will be moving, please let us

    know if we should change your address or remove

    you from our list of registered parishioners. This

    will help us cut down on postage costs.

    R.C.I.A.

    (Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults) Instruction and formation for anyone wishing to in-

    quire into the Catholic Faith can be made by calling

    or visiting the Parish Office.

    Sacrament of Baptism Infant Baptism (0-6 years) is a special time in a

    family’s life. The Church invites parents and god-

    parents to prepare for this Sacrament with an Infant

    Baptism Class. These sessions are held in the

    weeks before the Sacrament takes place. Baptisms

    are celebrated twice a month on Saturdays at 11am

    (except during Lent). English and Spanish both at

    11am. For more information or to reserve your

    place for a Baptism date and preparation class,

    please call the Parish Office.

    Sacrament of Marriage The Pastoral Guidelines for Marriage Preparation

    are that a minimum of 8 months be set aside for

    personal preparation for marriage. Couples should

    refrain from setting a firm date until after they have

    met with the Pastoral Associate to discuss marriage

    plans. Weddings are celebrated Fridays at 3pm and

    Saturdays at 2pm.

    QR CODE FOR

    ST CECILIA

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    CHURCH NAME AND ADDRESS:

    St. Cecilia Parish #811

    700 S. Meier Road

    Mt. Prospect, Illinois 60056

    PHONE:

    847-437-6208

    CONTACT PERSON:

    Dina Sarti

    [email protected]

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    Thirty-second Sunday in ordinary time

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Masses / Misas Saturday 4:30 pm (English) 6:30 pm (Spanish) Sunday 7:30 am (English) 9:00 am (English) 10:30 am (English) 12 Noon (Spanish) Weekdays 8:00 am Monday through Saturday Confessions Friday: 8:30am to 9am Bilingual Friday: 6:30pm to 7:30pm Spanish Saturday: 4pm English and by appointment Saint Cecilia Parish 700 S. Meier Road Mount Prospect, IL 60056 Parish Office Hours Monday-Thursday 8:30 AM -- 4:30 PM Friday 8:30 AM--12:30 PM Saturday and Sunday Closed www.stceciliamtprospect.com [email protected] Phone 847-437-6208 FAX 847-437-2520 Thirty- second Sunday in Ordinary Time November 11, 2018 Saint Cecilia
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