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untitledSaint Isaac Jogues Roman Catholic Church 306 West Fourth Street Hinsdale, Illinois 60521 630/323-1248 www.sij.net
Father William De Salvo, Pastor Father Michal Twaruzek, Parochial Vicar
Permanent Deacons Deacon Paul Kelly Deacon John Sebastian Deacon Randy Waring
Assisting Priests Father Gerald Tivy, Father Daniel Stempora, Father Larry Dreffein, OFM
Director of Evangelization and Outreach Deacon William Dunn
Saint Isaac Jogues School Mrs. Carol Burlinski, Principal Miss Diane Sullivan, Vice-Principal
Religious Education & Youth Faith Formation Mrs. Joan Latto, Director of Religious Education Ms. April Pickett, Director of Youth Formation & Associate Coordinator of Religious Education
Director of Liturgical Music Mr. Nicholas Thomas
Executive Director of Development Tony Brandolino
Campus Engineer Mr. Bruce Barker
Rectory Office Mrs. Cathy Booth, Administrative Assistant Mrs. Michele Blando, Business Manager
March 15, 2020 Third Sunday of Lent
Sunday Masses Saturday evening: 4:30 pm Sunday: 7:30, 9:00, 10:30 am, Noon and 6:00 pm
Daily Masses Monday-Friday: 7:00 am & 5:00 pm Saturday: 8:00 am
Confessions Saturday afternoon: 3:30 - 4:15 pm Sunday evening: 5:00 - 5:45 pm
Saint Peregrine Devotions Devotions in Honor of St. Peregrine — patron of those who suffer with cancer or any incurable disease or condition — first Tuesday at 7:00 pm.
Pope Saint John Paul II Eucharistic Adoration Chapel The Chapel is located behind the sanctuary of the church, and is available 24 hours a day for private prayer and adoration of the Blessed Sacrament. For information: Linda Lannert, [email protected] or 630/408-9567.
Baptisms 1st& 3rd Sunday of the month at 1:00 p.m. Please phone the Rectory to register for the required Baptismal Preparation meeting.
Marriages Arrangements must be made with the Rectory at least six months in advance. Contact the Rectory before making any other arrangements.
Visits to the Sick Due to hospital admitting policies, it is necessary to inform the Rectory when hospitalized parishioners would like a visit from a priest or deacon. Likewise, call if you would like a visit while convalescing at a facility or at home. Before being admitted to a hospital for surgery it is advisable to call the Rectory and arrange a time to receive the Sacrament of the Anointing of the Sick. Please contact the Rectory regarding communion visits to the homebound.
Funerals It is the responsibility of the parish to bury their dead. The funeral director will contact the Rectory Office regarding arrangements. Funerals are ordinarily celebrated at 10am. According to Diocesan policy, if family members wish to offer eulogies, they should do so during the wake. #382 of the General Instruction for the Universal Church states: At the funeral Mass there should as a rule be a short homily, but never a eulogy of any kind. No specific offering is required in connection with the funeral liturgy.
New Parishioners welcome! Please call the Rectory Office to register.
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Sunday, March 15, 2020–Third Sunday of Lent 7:30 AM-W. James Patterson 9:00 AM-John Valdrighi 10:30 AM-For the Parish Family 12:00 PM-Ann Mastro 6:00 PM-The Porod & Kunes Families Monday, March 16, 2020–Lenten Weekday 7:00 AM-Jim Beaumont 5:00 PM-Edward Cox, Jr. Tuesday, March 17, 2020–Lenten Weekday, Saint Patrick, Bishop 7:00 AM-Joanna Lagedrost 5:00 PM-Nora Lutsch Wednesday, March 18, 2020-Lenten Weekday; St. Cyril of Jerusalem, Bishop and Doctor of the Church 7:00 AM-James Brennan 5:00 PM-Nancy Collins Thursday, March 19, 2020–Saint Joseph, Spouse of the Blessed Virgin Mary 7:00 AM-Fr. Edward Roland 5:00 PM-Carrol Muccia Friday, March 20, 2020-Lenten Weekday 7:00 AM-Wand Mrozek 8:30 AM-Lucille D’Amico, 50th Anniversary of Death 5:00 PM-Mary Topper Saturday, March 21, 2020-Lenten Weekday 8:00 AM-Fernando Salvacion 4:30 PM-Irena Galinis Sunday, March 22, 2020–Fourth Sunday of Lent 7:30 AM-Anne De Salvo 9:00 AM-Parish Purgatorial Society 10:30 AM-For the Parish Family 12:00 PM-Anita Repel 6:00 PM-Chris Lasek
Flame of Faith Saint John Paul II Eucharistic Adoration Chapel Six candles burn perpetually around the Blessed Sacrament in the Saint John Paul II Eucharistic Adoration Chapel. Intentions listed below are remembered for ONE WEEK [Sunday to Sunday]. The burning candles serve as a constant prayer before the Lord, present in the Blessed Sacrament. Envelopes for you to have your intentions remembered and prayed for are available in the lobby of the Adoration Chapel. The candles will burn this week for the following intentions: For my children For my grandson For Tom’s grieving family For our spirits on our pilgrimage to the Holy Land For my suffering to save the souls of my family For my husband’s medical tests to come back clean
Dear Parish Family, The Lenten Disciplines of prayer, fasting and almsgiving are meant to lead us to conversion. Lent itself is all about repentance, renewal and healing from sin. In today’s Gospel, for the Third Sunday of Lent, we hear of the Lord Jesus' encounter with a woman who had a long history of brokenness and isolation. As she meets Jesus and experiences his life-changing mercy, so too, can we receive new life and living water from the Word and sacrament in which we encounter Christ. Jesus wants our good, He wants our salvation, He wants us at home in Heaven with Him. Through the Sacrament of Penance He draws us closer to Himself. In this wonderful Sacrament we encounter the forgiving and merciful Christ. During this holy season of Lent, I would encourage you to use these days to prepare to make a good confession of your sin and encounter the Forgiving Jesus in this wonderful Sacrament of Healing. Ample time is being provided for every one to make a good confession and return to the Lord with a repentant heart. He’s waiting for you with great love, mercy and forgiveness. Just a reminder: The Catholic Ministries Annual Appeal is off to a great Start at Saint Isaac Jogues. We are on our way to reaching our target goal of $173,700. I want to thank you, not only for your support of the Diocesan Appeal, but also for your support of Saint Isaac Jogues Parish. Consistent and generous donations are needed to meet our expenses, maintain and improve our programs and facilities, and plan for our future. Each week, we need $38,000 to “make budget.” Please do what you can to help keep us on a sound financial footing. Thanks to all who have responded to the Bishop’s Annual Appeal. If you have yet to pledge, please do so this coming week. Mail your pledge envelope directly to the Diocese, or just drop it in the Sunday Offering. You can also make your gift on-line through the Diocesan website. Pledge envelopes are available in the Vestibule of the Church or Rectory Office. Simply do what you can, allow the Lord to direct you in your generosity, take your part in the work of Jesus Christ — Be kind and merciful to those in need and give witness to the truth of His Gospel. Help build up the Church and further the mission of Jesus in the world today. Let’s finish off our parish commitment by the end of Lent. God bless you for your generosity and support. Give Jesus your heart, and He will give you Heaven!
Father De Salvo
Fran Boland Donna Monaghan Thomas Mueller June McGannon
Carol Cratin Zidek
Bob Lannert Karen Skokna Doris Sanders Jennifer Healy Shirley Jones
Ken Crane Baby Aleman Ken Ruminski
Dorothy Ann Gurzynski Mother of Janice Nieman
Istvan Bakay Father of Zoltan Baksay
Please pray for our beloved deceased and for their families
Sunday Offering
Weekly Offering for March 8, 2020 ................. $33,056 Weekly Offering same week last year .............. $34,939 Targeted Goal .................................................... $38,000
Thank you for your generosity!
If you would like to contribute via automatic donations, whether by bank account or credit card, consider signing up for ONLINE GIVING, via our website: www.sij.net.
Your continued support to St Isaac Jogues Church is greatly appreciated!
Michele Blando, Business Manager
READINGS FOR THE WEEK Monday: 2 Kgs 5:1-15b; Ps 42:2, 3; 43:3, 4; Lk 4:24-30 Tuesday: Dn 3:25, 34-43; Ps 25:4-51b, 6, 7bc, 8-9; Mt 18:21-35 Wednesday:Dt 4:1, 5-9; Ps 147:12-13, 15-16, 19-20; Mt 5:17-19 Thursday: 2 Sm 7:4-5a, 12-14a, 16; Ps 89:2-5, 27, 29; Rom 4:13, 16-18, 22; Mt 1:16, 18-21, 24a or Lk 2:41-51a Friday: Hos 14:2-10; Ps 81:6c-11ab, 14, 17; Mk 12:28-34 Saturday: Hos 6:1-6; Ps 51:3-4, 18-21ab; Lk 18:9-14 Sunday: 1 Sm 16:1b, 6-7, 10-13a; Ps 23:1-6; Eph 5:8-14; Jn 9:1-41[1, 6-9, 13-17, 34-38]
Devotions during Lent
Lenten Confessions Saturday: 3:30 - 4:15 p.m. Sunday: 20 minutes before each morning Mass 5:00 - 5:45 p.m. Sunday evening Especially if you have been away from the Sacrament, take the time during this Lenten Season to examine your conscience and come to encounter the forgiving Christ in this wonderful Sacrament of forgiveness. Stations of the Cross and Benediction During Lent, Stations of the Cross and Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament are celebrated on Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 pm, and on Friday at 7:00 pm. A Soup Supper will be served at 5:30 pm until Stations at 7pm. Please join us. The Stations of the Cross is a devotional service which traces Jesus’ journey from the trial before Pilate to His death on Calvary. Tradition tells us that the places of visitation, the “stations,” were those visited by the Blessed Virgin Mary after the resurrection of Jesus. Through the ages, people would walk from station to station trying to mirror the physical pilgrimage of going from place to place in Jerusalem. The form of the Stations of the Cross has changed over the centuries, but the devotion still carries the same meaning and is a traditional part of Lent. Saint John Paul II Eucharistic Adoration Chapel Make frequent visits to Jesus, truly present in the Blessed Sacrament. The Chapel is available 24-hours a day, 7 days a week. The door is open from 6am to 10 pm daily. After hours, you will need to obtain the access code from the Rectory Office. Jesus is waiting for you... Don’t disappoint Him! For more information about the Chapel, or to sign-up for a specific hour of adoration contact: Linda Lannert at 630/408-9567 or [email protected] Lenten Giving Tree Don’t’ forget to support our annual Lenten Giving Tree project to provide needed funding to area charities. Make your donation part of your Lenten sacrificial giving program. Throughout Lent offer up sacrifices and collect money for one or more of the charities listed on the cards provided for the giving program. Donations are due back by April 5th.
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Saint Patrick: Patron Saint of Ireland The Feast of Saint Patrick is celebrated on March 17th. Because it falls within the season of Lent, in the United States, the liturgical feast of Saint Patrick is observed as an optional memorial, since he is not our national patron saint. For us, our National Patronal Feast is celebrated on December 8th — the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary. In the U.S., over the past 100 years, or so, the celebration of Saint Patrick, bishop and missionary of the 5th century, has taken on a rather political and secular flavor. Often times, these nationalistic sentiments overshadow the holiness of the Saint, and confuse people as to his proper placement in the liturgical life of the Church. Traditionally, in Ireland, the Feast of Saint Patrick is a holy day, a time for being with family, and a day of great sobriety. Although, times are changing, and as in most parts of the Western World, the real meaning of the holiday is being lost to secular observances [even in Ireland]. Legends about Patrick abound; but two qualities of holiness are seen in what we know of the Saint: He was humble and he was courageous. His determined desire to accept suffering and success with equal deference to God guided his life. Thus, winning most of Ireland for Christ. Details of his life are uncertain. His dates of birth and death are fixed at 415-493 ad. Saint Patrick may have been born in Dunbarton, Scotland, Cumberland, England, or in northern Wales. He called himself both a Roman and a Briton. At 16, he and a large number of his father’s slaves and soldiers were captured by Irish raiders and sold as slaves in Ireland. Forced to work as a shepherd, he suffered from hunger and cold. After six years, Patrick escaped, probably to France, and later returned to Britain at the age of twenty-two. During his captivity he experienced a deep spiritual conversion. After studying the Catholic faith he was consecrated bishop at the age of forty-three. His great desire was to proclaim the Gospel to the Irish. Which he did with great zeal, converting the “Emerald Isle” to the True Faith. He suffered much opposition from pagan druids, and was criticized in both England and Ireland for the way he conducted his ministry. Within a span of 33 years he converted all of Ireland. Saint Patrick is said to be buried at Down Cathedral in Downpatrick, County Down, alongside Saint Brigid and Saint Columba.
Saint Joseph — Patron Saint of Workers and Guardian and Patron of the Universal Church Solemnity of St. Joseph — March 19th Encyclical Letters from the Popes are named for their opening words in their original Latin. In 1889 Pope Leo XIII published Quamquam Pluries, designating March 19th as the Solemnity of Saint Joseph — the foster father of Jesus and husband of the Blessed Virgin Mary. He is rightly called, the Guardian and Provider of the Holy Family, and by extension, patron and guardian of the household of God, the Universal Church. Because of the role he had in providing for Jesus and Mary, by the work of his hands, Saint Joseph is considered the patron saint of workers — especially those who earn their living “through the work of their hands.” “Although many times in the past,” the Pontiff began, “the faithful have been asked to show special honor to illustrious individuals, let it not be surprising that we now call upon the Universal Church to honor a man who was Protector of the Holy Family, the Guardian of the Christ Child, and the Patron of the Universal Church.” “Scripture says little about Joseph, other than that he was just; that is, virtuous in every way. His importance is recognized by the stupendous trust given to him as Guardian of the Christ Child and Spouse of the Mother of God. He was not a man of words but of deeds. "What the world needs," Pope Leo XIII concluded, "is faithful and devoted men like St. Joseph; men who stick to their job, fulfill their duty and measure up to their responsibility." Just because Sacred Scripture doesn’t record any words Saint Joseph spoke doesn’t mean he lived a life in the background. Surely he didn’t look on in silent passivity but rather excelled as the moral and spiritual head of his household. The feasts we celebrate in honor of Saint Joseph [March 19th ~ The Solemnity of Saint Joseph: Husband of Mary, and May 1st ~ The Feast of Saint Joseph the Worker] remind us that he is also an active role model - not only as a hard working provider but also a loving spouse. Saint Joseph’s first role is to be husband of Mary. He is the model of husbands and the model of fathers. Any good father exercises his fatherhood by first of all loving the mother: By Mary and Joseph being united in love, Jesus is raised in a home filled with great love.
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“For Lent.... Give up Gossip!” Pope Francis I Lent is a good time to concentrate on fighting the urge to gossip about others and instead trying to correct one's own faults and defects. What did Jesus say in the Gospel?... "Why do you notice the splinter in your brother's eye, but do not perceive the wooden beam in your own?" We all know it usually is easier or more comfortable to notice and condemn the defects and sins of others rather than seeing our own with that kind of clarity. Jesus wants to teach us to not go around criticizing others, not go looking for others' defects, but look first at your own. If someone were to say, "but, Father, I don't have any”... I assure you if you don't notice you have any here, you'll find them in purgatory! It's better to notice them here! Unfortunately, people seldom stop at just noticing others' defects, something we are experts at. What almost always happens next is that we talk about them, not telling the person to his or her face in a way that could help the person improve but indulging freely and happily in gossip. It's something that because of original sin we all have, and it leads us to condemn others. We are experts in finding the bad things in others and not seeing our own. It would be great if everyone tried during Lent to reflect on Jesus' words about seeing the faults only of others and on the temptation of gossip. Catholics should ask themselves, "Am I a hypocrite who smiles and then turns around to criticize and destroy with my tongue?" If, by the end of Lent, we are able to correct this a bit and not go around always criticizing others behind their backs, I assure you the celebration of Jesus' resurrection will be more beautiful. We have to grow in holiness, learn how to be good and resist temptation. Satan, the Devil, is the “boss of wickedness." Don’t be fooled, our secular society will ask, "But the devil's a fantasy; he doesn't exist, does he?" Yes, he exists. It's true. And he is our worst enemy. He's the one who tries to make us slide. He's the one who puts evil desires and evil thoughts in our hearts and leads us to do so many bad things. The way to resist the devil is to pray to Jesus and to his mother and to talk to one's parents, spouse, friends or priests when temptation is lurking. Prayer and talking to someone good and wise also are important when trying to make a decision. We can all make mistakes. When someone has a decision to make, prayer and seeking advice can help.
Catholic Relief Services Second Collection THIS Weekend Catholic Relief Services responds immediately to provide assistance when tragedy strikes. The assistance provided by Catholic Relief Services is done so in the name of the Catholic Church. Please be generous in your gifts to help provide care and assistance, in our name, to those who are in need. Thank you for your support!
Keeping Laetare Sunday NEXT Sunday, the Fourth Sunday of Lent is traditionally called Laetare [Rejoice!] Sunday... the mid-point of Lent. To help you celebrate this “break” in the Lenten fast, here’s an idea from the past!...
In the 1950's Maria Von Trapp, the same Maria Von Trapp from Sound of Music Fame, wrote a book called Around the Year with the Von Trappe Family. It is out of print, but has been put on the internet in several places. She writes on different traditions for the liturgical year. Laetare Sunday is one of them. here’s what she had to say about this special Lenten observance: In the middle of Lent comes Laetare Sunday, also called “Rose Sunday.” It is as if Holy Mother Church wants to give us a break by interrupting the solemn chant of mourning, the unaccompanied cadences and the use of the violet vestments, bursting out suddenly in the word Laetare ~ Rejoice ~ allowing her priests to vest in rose- colored garments and to have flowers on the altar. It is also called Rose Sunday because on that day the Pope in Rome blesses a golden rose, an ornament made of gold and precious stones. The Holy Father prays that the Church may bring forth the fruit of good works and the perfume of the ointment of the flowers from the root of Jesse. Then he sends the golden rose to some church or city in the world or to a person who has been of great service to the Church. Only recently I discovered that this Sunday used to be known as Mothering Sunday. This seems to go back to an ancient custom. People in every city would visit the cathedral, or mother church, inspired by a reference in the Epistle read on the Fourth Sunday of Lent: That Jerusalem which is above, is free, which is our Mother. And there grew up, first in England, from where it spread over the continent, the idea that children who did not live at home visited their mothers that day and brought them a gift. This is, in fact, the precursor of our Mothers Day. Expecting their visiting children, the mothers are said to have baked a special cake in which they used equal amounts of sugar and flour (two cups of each); from this came the name Simmel Cake, derived from the Latin word similis, meaning like or same.” Here is the recipe:
Simmel Cake Dessert for the Fourth Sunday of Lent 3/4 cup butter 2 cups sugar 2 cups flour 4 eggs 1 cup currants almond paste 1/3 cup shredded lemon & orange peel 1/2 tsp. salt Cream the butter and sugar until smooth. Add the eggs one at a time, beating after each addition. Sift the flour and salt and add to the first mixture. Dust the peel and currants with a little flour and add to the batter. Line cake tin with waxed paper and pour in half the dough. Add a layer of almond paste and remaining dough. Bake at 300f for one hour. Ice with a thin white icing, flavored with a few drops of almond extract.
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Each Year, God gives us this grace-filled Season to correct our Faults, and raise our minds to Him!
The season of Lent is a wonderful gift to the Church to help us correct our faults and raise our minds to God. As Catholics, we do this primarily through the Sacrament of Penance — by making a good confession of our sins. The Catechism of the Catholic Church clearly teaches that you shall confess your sins at least once a year
[#2042]. Lent is certainly one of the traditional times to examine our conscience and make a good confession of our sins, seeking the mercy, forgiveness, and love of God He so freely wants to give us in this wonderful sacrament. Nonetheless, the fear of the confessional keeps many people from embracing this wonderful Sacrament of Forgiveness. Yet, it’s not the confessional we fear. Nor is it the penances, which are usually fairly easy to perform. Instead, we fear what we must confront in the confessional, and that is the truth about ourselves. This truth is what we keep hidden from others. It’s the untold story of our problems at work, our over-active imaginations, our pride, and our failures with family and friends. We are extremely skilled at suppressing key details and making ourselves out to be valiant heroes or innocent victims. Isn’t it true that after several tellings of a given story, we may even come to believe it ourselves. Our capacity for self-deception is huge. The dishonesty in our lives, however, becomes a cancer in our souls and minds. It clouds our vision, keeping us from seeing reality very clearly. We grow unsure of what's real and what's not. We trust others less, because we suspect their words might be as distorted or overly euphemistic as our own. Frequent, sincere confession is the only sure cure for this disease. As difficult as it is to think about one's sins or pray about them, it can be an excruciating experience to speak them aloud — to another person. It can be humiliating. Yet with humiliation comes humility. And such humility is indispensable if we're to know peace and know ourselves. Jesus is the truth (Jn 14:6). So we cannot simultaneously live in union with him and peacefully live a lie with ourselves and our neighbors. And by explaining away our faults with our "hero" and "victim" myths, we are surely living a lie. No human remedy medical, pharmaceutical or psychological - can cure us. Jesus knew what it would take, so he gave us sacramental confession (Jn 20:21-23; Jas 5:16; 1 Jn 1:9). Lent is a good time to begin again, with a clean slate, with a good confession. Frequent confession is the proven way to peace. [by: Mike Aquilina contributor to The Catholic New World, Chicago]
The Unmentionable Word... Many Christians spend Lent trying to refrain from four-letter words. As a church, we refrain from an eight -letter word: Alleluia. We squelch the word we usually sing to introduce the Gospel and replace it with the expression, Praise to you, Lord Jesus Christ, King of endless glory.
Some monastic communities took the custom even further. They would write the word on a scroll or piece of paper, put it in a box (often shaped like a casket), and actually bury it just before Ash Wednesday. Then they would unearth it come Easter day. When we do not speak the unmentionable word, when we sing another acclamation, we also become aware that the indescribable mystery about to be proclaimed, when fully pondered, will leave us utterly speechless. by Paul Turner: Copyright (c) 1997 Resource Publications, Inc.. 160 E. Virginia St. #290, San Jose, CA 95112, (408) 286-8505. Paul Turner, pastor of St. John Regis Parish in Kansas City, Mo., holds a doctorate in sacramental theology from Sant' Anselmo University in Rome.
SOUP AND BREAD Please join us on -- March 20 when we will be
offering our light meatless meal of Soup and Bread at 5:30 pm for all parishioners in the Par ish Center .
Stations of the Cross will follow at 7:00 pm in the Church.
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Saint Monica Parent Support Group
Concerned your child is ABUSING DRUGS OR ALCOHOL?
We are parents who have been there and understand your struggle.
Email: [email protected] for confidential support and
information about this group.
Kevin & Krista Coulas Jason Elk
Edwin & Christine Gebauer Michael & Lauren Glandt
Thomas & Laura Grusecki, Jr. Charles & Ashley Herman William & Lucy Killian Paul & Amanda Mancini Matthew & Judith Mara
Leah Tucci David Villalobos
Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults
For those interested in information about joining the Catholic Church, and for Catholics who want to know more about their religion--join us….
Mondays, 7:00 - 8:30 pm, Sacred Heart Room March 16 - First Three Commandments March 23 - Last Seven Commandments
Contact Deacon Bill Dunn, 630-655-6668, [email protected], for more information.
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2020-2022 CCW Board Positions are available!
For more information, please contact Marilyn Bloom
at 708-609-7735
Come watch the NCAA March Madness Basketball Tournament
and Pizza
All men are invited.
Lenten Fish Fry Sponsored by SIJ Men’s Group
Friday, April 3rd in the Parish Center 5:30 pm - after 5:00 pm Mass
Fish Fried on Site - Beer and Wine—50/50 Raffle $12 - Adults, $9 - Seniors, $6 - Under 10 years
Watch the Bulletin for ticket sale dates
Parish-Wide Event …. All Are Welcome
St. Isaac Jogues Men’s Group Inspiration Fellowship Enrichment
DuPagePads´ Mission is to End Homelessness in DuPage County
St. Isaac Jogues is committed to support and host DuPagePads on the 4th weekend of each month from October through April at the Community Presbyterian Church in Clarendon Hills. Our volunteers work in the Interim Overnight Housing Program and we are in need of volunteers to help with the effort, especially for the Sunday morning clean up.
The Interim Overnight Housing Program offers families and individuals a safe environment with the spirit of hospitality as a priority, as well as respect for each person. Volunteers assist staff in providing dinner, breakfast, and a bag lunch, sleeping space, and support activities.
If you are interested in volunteering* or would like more information, please contact: Erik Svendsen [email protected], 708-254-7505
*Volunteers must meet our Safe Environment requirements.
Catholic Professionals of Illinois Save - The - Date
Saturday, March 28th — 7pm in the Fireplace Room St. Isaac Jogues Catholic Church www.catholicprofessionalsil.org
[email protected] College, graduate, and professional students welcome.
Catholic Professionals of Illinois is a group of men and women who proactively seek to influence the culture through their various and respective professions, while working in the world, witnessing the authentic spirit and love of Christ, and serving as mentors to the next generation of leaders.
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Cereal/Oatmeal Jelly/Jam
Rice/Pasta Sugar (Bulk & Packages)
Flour/Cake Mixes Butter/Margarine (lbs.)
Pudding Cups Powdered Soft Drinks
Fruit Juices (Apple, Prune, Cranberry)
Bar Soap/Shampoo Barbeque Sauce
Travel Size Toiletries Plastic Cutlery/Utensils
Paper Plates/Paper Bowls Paper Towels/Kleenex
Dish Soap/Floor Cleaner Diapers (Adult & Child)
Clorox Bleach Laundry Detergent
Please Fill This Bag For The Poor, and Leave It At Your Door
We at St. Isaac Jogues Church and the residents of Hinsdale are uniting for our seventh annual Seeds of Service project to feed the needy of our surrounding communities, and beyond. At last year’s event, because of your generosity, we collected, sorted, and distributed more than 2000 bags and 12 pallets of food and other needed items to six worthy charities. This year let’s do even more. Please fill a bag or two with any unopened, unexpired goods on the list or category below. We’ll pick up your bags right outside your front door on Saturday morning beginning around 9:00 if you live between Ogden - 294 - 55th Street - Route 83, or you call or can text your address to 773 320 8201 or drop them off at St. Isaac’s on the morning of April 25th. On behalf of the charities listed below and all those they serve, we thank you again with a full heart.
Food Pantry Wish List
The items you generously donate will be distributed to the Little Sisters of the Poor, Peoples’ Resource Center, the Missionaries of Charity, HCS Family Services, the Franciscan Sisters of the Eucharist & Childrens Welfare and Development, an orphanage in Nigeria who are shown happily wearing our shirts, who because of their great need and great distance can only receive donations of checks not food.
Morning Rosary Please join us Monday mornings, when school is in session, for the Parents’ Rosary Devotion. Meet us in the Fireplace Room at 8:15 for only 20 minutes! We will pray the Rosary for our families, children, faculty and school. For those new to the Rosary, we provide booklets and rosaries to follow along.
A great way to start the week! All parishioners and young children are welcome.
"For where two or three are gathered together in my name, I am among them" ~ Matthew 18:20
Palm Weaving Workshops
Want to help decorate SIJ's Church for Palm Sunday (April 5th)?
Join us for a free palm weaving class to be held in the Sacred Heart Room: Fir st room on the left before entering Parish Center. Signs will be posted.
Saturday March 28th- 10:00 a.m. Please call Suzie Cooper (630-655-1184) to let her know how many to expect. Both Adults and Middle School students are welcome!! Palms and videos will be available. Wait until you see what we can do with those palms! It's amazing and fun!
Author Visit St. Isaac’s was pleased to welcome debut author Erin Yun to speak with our students on March 5. She spoke to 3rd through 7th graders about her new middle grade book, Pippa Park Raises Her Game and gave a mini- lesson on fractured classics and point of view. Erin drew her inspiration from Charles Dickens’ classic novel, Great Expectations, and shared how she updated some of his themes and characters. Students then had the chance to create their own fractured classics and also to order autographed copies of Yun’s book. Thank you to Ms. Yun for taking the time to visit our students!!
Thank you for your December Food for the Poor Donations!
Thank you for your contribution of two bins of food for those in need. This month we gave the food to Hinsdale Community Service. Please put the date of our next food for the poor collection on your calendar today. Our food drive dates are always on the first FULL weekend of each month.
The next collection will be the weekend of April 4th and 5th! Lets fill 2 bins again !!
SIJ CCW Presents Rosary Rescue Mission
Do you have a broken rosary that needs repair? In an effort to promote devotion to Our Blessed Mother, the Visitation Rosary Makers Ministry, a non-profit, self-funded ministry, will be at our church the weekend of March 21st-22nd after all Masses to repair rosaries for FREE! They will collect any unwanted rosaries in any condition to donate to those in need, even if they are broken or just in pieces. Last year, they donated over 800 rosaries to Haiti, Zimbabwe, India, Nigeria, Elmhurst Hospital, and others! To raise funds, they make handmade rosaries to sell after Masses. In the past year, they donated over $1000 to Pro-Life and Knights of Columbus and other non-profit organizations.
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Adult Formation Calendar Endow March 16, 9:30 am, Rectory Room 201 RCIA March 16, 7:00 pm, Sacred Heart Room Women’s Prayer Group March 16, 7:30 pm, Rectory Room 201 Coffee & Catechism March 17, 9:00 am, **Sacred Heart Room** March 17, 7:00 pm, Rectory Room 201 Lenten Study - Life of Christ March 18, 9:30 am, Sacred Heart Room Bible Study March 18, 7:30 pm, Sacred Heart Room March 19, 9:00 am, Fireplace Room Men’s Group - NCAA Basketball Game March 19, 6:30 pm, Parish Center Soup & Bread March 20, 5:30 pm, Fireplace Room
SIJ CCW is Proud to Present
An Evening of Painting, Pastry and
Prayer with artist Maureen Claffy
Tuesday, March 24
$35/person, includes all painting supplies and canvas.
Bring your best girlfriends or make it a couples night, all are welcome to attend this special evening. Each
participant will create a 5 x 7 prayer in watercolor and pencil on a canvas.
Feel free to bring a beverage of your choice, no red wine please. Pastries will be served.
Please make checks payable to SIJ CCW and drop in the parish office. Seats are limited!
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