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111 South Hubbard Street Algonquin, Illinois 60102 www.saintmargaretmary.org October 17, 2021 Saint Margaret Mary Alacoque Feast Day October 16

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Saint Margaret Mary Alacoque Feast Day October 16

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By Deacon Jim McDonough

Recently as a nation and as Catholics, we have a great deal. We have tried to maintain our lives during the sufferings and deaths of the world-wide Corona Virus pandemic. We have questioned our faith and its leaders with the priest scandals. We are seeing changes to our lives that we can-not control and this lack of control makes us weary, angry, and sometimes, helpless.

But we have hope. We have Jesus Christ. In today’s Gospel, He says, "Come to me . . . and I will give you rest. Learn from me . . . and you will find rest" (Matthew 11:28-29). Here is our hope. Jesus tells us I will give you rest. I will lift you up. I will feed you. I will pour out grace,

mercy, and forgiveness. Sit with me. Rest in me. Receive my teaching.

Historically, the Jewish people had burdens laid on them by their religious leaders. They were taught that to enter God's Kingdom, they needed to know not only the 613 Laws that were given to Moses, but also the many additional clarifications and exceptions to those laws. In addition, they were expected to observe every one of them.

Today, we don’t have the 613 laws to follow. Our burdens can usually be classified into two groups, moral burdens and physical burdens. Our moral burdens can be a burden of a lifetime or it could be the burden of a single, heated moment. They can include a multitude of sins; addictions, jealousies, racism, pride, and lust. Our physical burdens include illnesses and disabilities.

Realizing that we are burdened is a good start in making changes to those things we can change. The second step is to use the sacrament of Reconciliation. It can rid us of our burden of sin. However, to make it effective, we must come to Jesus through prayer. We must give Him some time in our day. It was in prayer that Jesus opened His heart to the Father, and the Father opened His heart to his Son. In this union, the Father gave Jesus the strength for His mission. If prayer was that important to Jesus, how much more important can it be for us?

Today’s Gospel tells us it's neither the wise, the learned, nor the busy who are closest to God. It's those who are like little children. And what do little children do to receive their parents’ love? Absolutely nothing. That's how God asks us to relate to Him—to receive His love, His wisdom, and His protection like a child.

Prayer is the most essential part of our Christian lives—and especially the prayer of the Eucharist. Like the love given to a child that is not based on anything the child has done, it's based on what Jesus has done for us. Through Him, we have access to the Father (Matthew 11:27). Because of His sacrifice, we can receive His body and blood at Communion and enter into true communion and true rela-tionship with Him and His Father.

When we discover this relationship, we find we don't need to worry about being good enough. When we take on the gentle yoke of Jesus, He leads us to His Father, and we find rest.

Saints before us have suffered like us and they responded to these words of Jesus.

St. Bernadette of Lourdes heard this Scripture and replied, “Jesus, I am tired— tired of plodding on the same treadmill every day, tired of working so hard to serve you and others, tired of yielding to temptation yet again. Thank you that I can rest in your mercy and forgiveness.”

St. Frances Cabrini answered Jesus’ offer this way, “Sorrow smolders in my heart, Jesus. Worry saps my strength. I want to follow you, but the obstacles discourage me. Thank you that I can lay my head and my anxieties on your breast. Strengthen me, Lord, as I rest in you today.”

Our own St. Margaret Mary Alacoque replied this way: “Jesus, sometimes I don’t trust your love. It is so easy for me to focus only on my sins and think that they are the only things that inflame your heart—inflame it to anger or condemnation. So, I come longing for relief from the sting of guilt, and to know your love more intimately.”

So let us come to the Lord in prayer with our burdens and let Him give us rest.


Sunday: Is 53:10-11/Ps 33:4-5, 18-19, 20, 22 [22]/Heb 4:14-16/Mk 10:35-45 or 10:42-45

Monday: 2 Tm 4:10-17/

Ps 145:10-11, 12-13, 17-18 [12]/Lk 10:1-9

Tuesday: Rom 5:12, 15, 17-19, 20-21/Ps 40:7-8, 8-9, 10, 17

[8 and 9]/Lk 12:35-38

Wednesday: Rom 6:12-18/Ps 124:1-3, 4-6, 7-8 [8]/Lk 12:39-48

Thursday: Rom 6:19-23/Ps 1:1-2, 3, 4 and 6 [Ps 40:5]/Lk 12:49-53

Friday: Rom 7:18-25/Ps 119:66, 68, 76, 77, 93, 94 [68]/Lk 12:54-59

Saturday: Rom 8:1-11/Ps 24:1-2, 3-4, 5-6 [cf. 6]/Lk 13:1-9

Next Sunday: Jer 31:7-9/Ps 126:1-2, 2-3, 4-5, 6 [3]/Heb 5:1-6/Mk 10:46-52

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The Holy Father’s Intention for October

Missionary Disciples We pray that every baptized person may be engaged in evangelization, available to the mission, by being witnesses of a life that has the flavor of the Gospel.

In your prayers, please remember those that are ill…

Ruth Antonelli, Agnes Backer, Ed Back-er, Antoinette Barreca, Janice Behrendt, Mirna Bell, Kaylyn Dever Bourne, Barba-ra Bowden, Victoria Carlson, Louis Chiappone, Donna Church, Fiona Black-shaw Church, Lisa Drohman, Deb Evan, Lisa Helbig, Ryan Hopp, Barbara Janssen, Sharon Prykop-Keenon, Lisa Kelly, Ste-ven Laing, Jack Martin, Jane Matousek, John Mawricz, Louise McCants, Joyce Nelson, Bernie Paniak, Mary Philipps, Bobby Sloan, Vicki Smith, Barbara Sys-kiewicz, Gary Tanksley, Curt Utterback, Ed Wysocki, Nicole Zapinski

Please remember our Military PFC Kevin Ahler - Army, Camp Casey, South Korea; Erik Borchert - Army, Af-ghanistan; Jonathan Budek - Navy, Lem-oore, California; A. J. (Anthony) Chiappone - Air Force, Aviano, Italy; Major Michael Chiappone - Air Force, Hurlburt Air Force Base, Pensacola, Flor-ida; Michael Cooley, Marines, Camp Lejune, Jacksonville, North Carolina; Dan Halley - Marines; Major Cody Hern, Air Force, Clovis, NM, Jason Henke, Nation-al Guard; Lt. Jacob Korbecki - Army, Ft. Stewart, Georgia; Troy Minaglia - Navy; Steven Nasiatka - Army, South Korea; Master Sgt. Brian Nicholson, Yuma, Ari-zona; Sgt. Dominick Polizzi, Medic; An-drea Polizzi, National Guard; Gianna Polizzi, National Guard; Sarina Polizzi - Army National Guard; Staff Sgt. Jesse Rohloff - Army; Capt. Connor Spiegel - Marines


Monday, October 18, 2021

6:45 am Patricia Byrne - Req. of Family

8:30 am Peter and Nicolina Notini - Req. of Juna Gonnella

Tuesday, October 19, 2021

6:45 am Pedro Sr. and Eduviges Roxas - Req. of AnaFe Roxas

8:30 am Tom Vogt Family - Req. of Minaglia Family

Wednesday, October 20, 2021

6:45 am Barry Harkins Jr. - Req. of Vicky Harkins

8:30 am Maribeth and Jeff Wuensch (37th Wedding Anniversary) -

Req. of Wuensch Family

Thursday, October 21, 2021

6:45 am Donald Andrew and Family (Spec. Int.) - Req. of Family

8:30 am Lucia Romozzi - Req. of Czech Family

Friday, October 22, 2021

6:45 am Carl Hopp - Req. of Lynne Hopp

9:15 am Nick O’Hearn - Req. of Ostrowski Family

Saturday, October 23, 2021

8:30 am Paula Wolek - Req. of Rick Wolek

4:30 pm Phyllis Rumsa - Req. of Larry and Julie O’Brien

6:30 pm Polish Mass Intentions

Sunday, October 24, 2021

7:00 am Carolyn Hajost - Req. of Steve and Patti Kuffner

9:00 am Eva Cabungcal - Req. of Steve and Patti Kuffner

11:00 am Joe Hoover - Req. of Family

1:00 pm Polish Mass Intentions

4:30 pm People of St. Margaret Mary

Our Franciscan Friars continue to pray for you and your loved ones at Holy Mass each day. If you would like to request a Mass Intention, please contact the Parish Office at 847-658-7625. The Mass stipend is $10.00.

Intercession for Life

That the life of every person, from conception to natural death,

will be protected in our laws and cherished in our hearts;

We pray to the Lord.

"Adoration is to enter into profound heartfelt communion with the Lord, who makes Himself bodily present in the Eucharist. In the

monstrance, He always entrusts Himself to us and asks us to be united with His Presence, with his risen Body." - Pope Benedict XVI

Monday Adoration 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Wednesday Adoration 9:00 am - 8:00 pm

First Friday Adoration 10:00 am - 6:00 pm (Hour of Reparation from 5:00 - 6:00 pm)

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7:00 am Blood Drive - McDonnell Hall

9:30 am RCIA - Room 4

3:00 pm Boy Scouts 152 - Outdoors/McDonnell Hall

6:00 pm Men’s Basketball - School Gym


5:30 pm Altar Servers - Church

7:00 pm YM Target Team - Rooms 2,3,4

St. Vincent de Paul Society - Room 5

Scouts #152 - McDonnell Hall

Boy Scouts 152 - Room 8

Cub Scouts 152 - Room 6

8:00 pm Adoration - Church


9:00 am Rosary Makers - Room 6

1:00 pm Bible Study - Room 5

7:30 pm Our Lady of Perpetual Help Novena - Chapel

Bible Study - Room 5


9:00 am Adoration - Church

9:30 am Prayer Shawl Ministry - Room 3

6:00 pm Bullfrogs - Rooms 2,3,4


7:00 pm Adult Choir - Church

Knights of Columbus - McDonnell Hall


7:30 pm In Spirit/In Truth - McDonnell Hall


5:45 am That Man Is You! - McDonnell Hall

12:00 pm Franciscan Formation - McDonnell Hall

Cub Scout Pack 152 - School Lawn

2:00 pm Polish Scouts - Rooms 6,7,8

3:00 pm Polish Youth Ministry - Room 3


8:00 am Sacramental Prep - School Room 159

9:00 am Confirmation Preparation - Ministry Building

9:30 am RCIA - Room 4

10:15 am GATHER - School

12:15 pm GATHER - School

6:00 pm Men’s Basketball - School Gym


October 10, 2021


Sunday $ 14,258.44

Misc. $ 610.00

$ 14,868.44

Give Central Online Giving

Sunday $ 4,502.00

Misc. $ 50.00

$ 4,552.00

Weekly Sunday Budget $ 27,000.00

Total Offering $ 19,420.44

Shortfall $ 7,579.56

We are very grateful for the generosity of

our parishioners. However, we are currently collecting considerably less than needed to meet our operating expenses. We ask that you prayerfully consider increasing your

weekly or monthly contribution.

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October 16 is the Feast Day of Our Patroness, Saint Margaret Mary Alacoque

Born in the diocese of Autun, France, St. Margaret Mary Alacoque consecrated her heart, while yet a child, to the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus. In order to dedicate herself wholly to her Divine Spouse, The Saint joined

the Visitation Order of nuns at twenty-three years of age at Paray-le-Monial in Charleroi. She was subjected to many trials and sufferings, but she underwent

all for the love of Jesus. In 1675, she was chosen by God to reveal to the Christian World the devotion to the Sacred Heart of Jesus. St. Margaret and

St. Claude de la Colombiere, S.J., were the chief instrument of the Feast of the Sacred Heart. She died in 1690 and was canonized in 1920 by Pope Benedict XV.

The Promises of the Sacred Heart of Jesus to St. Margaret Mary: 1. I will give them all the graces necessary in their state of life. 2. I will establish peace in their homes. 3. I will comfort them in all their afflictions. 4. I will be their secure refuge during life, and above all, in death. 5. I will bestow abundant blessings upon all their undertakings. 6. Sinners will find in my Heart the source and infinite ocean of mercy. 7. Lukewarm souls shall become fervent. 8. Fervent souls shall quickly mount to high perfection. 9. I will bless every place in which an image of my Heart is exposed and honored. 10. I will give to priests the gift of touching the most hardened hearts. 11. Those who shall promote this devotion shall have their names written in my Heart. 12. I promise you in the excessive mercy of my Heart that my all-powerful love will grant to all

those who receive Holy Communion on the First Fridays in nine consecutive months the grace of final perseverance; they shall not die in my disgrace, nor without receiving their sacraments. My divine Heart shall be their safe refuge in this last moment.

For more information about the life of our patroness, please visit our parish website at


St. Margaret Mary and The Sacred Heart of Jesus

St Margaret Mary was a cheerful loving and fun little girl. A natural tomboy, she would romp through the wild woods with her older broth-ers playing games and exploring. She was loved by all.

When she was 4 years old, her mother had another baby boy named Jacques. To assist her mother, Madame Fautrieres, brought St Margaret Mary to her castle at Corcheval. For the next several years St Margaret Mary would return for extended visits with her loving godmother at the castle. At home the parish church was over a mile away, but the castle at Corcheval had its own chapel. St Margaret Mary would often visit this chapel and spend hours kneeling in front of the tabernacle on the stone floor, quietly thinking.

One day, without really understanding the full meaning, she suddenly said, “Oh my God, I consecrate to you my purity and I make you a vow that I shall never marry.”

St Margaret Mary, pray for us! Eucharistic heart of Jesus, I adore you!

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The annual parish Memorial Mass will be celebrated on Wednesday, November 3rd at 7:00 pm in the church. This mass is for the parishioners and family members of parishioners who died in the past year.

This is a special time when the parish and family members come together to pray for the dead and

for the comfort of those they left behind. If you lost a family member, whether in this parish or not, please save this date and come celebrate that

remembrance. And if you have not recently had a death in your family, come join us in praying

for those who have lost someone.

Please call or stop by the parish office to register anyone you would like remembered at the Mass.

Due to social distancing requirements, please plan to arrive 20 minutes early (6:40 pm).

All attendees over the age of 2 must wear a mask.

Our speaker for October 23 will be Sean Dalton, Director of Parish Evangelization at Augustine Institute.

Sean will discuss what it means to “take hold of eternal life” and claim what is ours through Christ.

Christ did not come to be served but to serve, so how can men find tangible ways to enter into daily service?

Join us, even if it is your first meeting. We meet Saturdays at 6:00am in McDonnell Hall. For remote options, contact Roman Budek at 847-802-8335 or

[email protected]

Fall means football and “Undie Sunday.” The Social Outreach Ministry and the Youth Group have sup-ported our local PADS shelter by providing undies for the homeless for many years, and last year we also provided “undies” for the Vineyard in Elgin.

During these unsettling times it’s easy to forget some of our less fortunate neighbors, but it is exactly these times that our Lord calls us to respond to the cry of the poor. We need lots of new and packaged men’s and ladies’ undies and socks. Long underwear (both tops and bottoms) and warm socks are particularly needed. If you can, please provide new, packaged undies and socks for the homeless as winter ap-proaches. The Lord calls us all to help those in need and it is time for all of us to reach out.

“Undie Sunday” is officially October 17 But donations can be dropped off anytime in the church lobby or in the Youth Group

donation boxes. Thank you for your generosity.


T.A.R.G.E.T and B.U.L.L.F.R.O.G.S. Target and Bullfrogs are our main youth ministry events. Both events below have a “youth leading youth” format, where you will find eager high school-ers leading the other youth of our parish in scripture, deep faith discussion and plenty of fun activities. The high schoolers that lead these events have volunteered to help and joined our Adeste Youth Team, a group dedicated to planning and leading events to better the youth of our parish. Come by the Ministry Center to Room 1 for both events. TARGETS run on Mondays and are for any and all high schoolers. Our next Target will be on Monday, October 18 from 7:00 to 9:00pm. For Targets this year we will be engaging in some Bible study. So come by to see what verses we are reading. Hope to see you all there! BULLFROGS run on Wednesdays and are for any and all middle schoolers. Our next Bullfrogs will be on October 20 from 6:00-8:00pm. The theme this month is teamwork and friendship Hope to see you all there!

Adeste Team For anyone interested in learning about how we plan and run youth events, as well as running some yourself, please join the youth leadership team, Adeste. Applica-tions are on our website at smmym.org. We would love to see you come join us for some meetings!

Follow us at @SMMYM on

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Adult Faith Formation Opportunities Saturday Mornings from 9:30-11:30am

in the Education Center (School) enter through front door (facing Algonquin Rd.)


October 30 Dead Sea Scrolls Gospels Side by Side November 13 History of Church and Creeds, Doctrine Essentials December 4 Traditions, Sacraments & Sacramentals January 8 Mary and Rosary January 22 Spirituality, Beatitudes

This is a unique opportunity for adults to learn about the basic topics of Catholicism with other adults eager to learn and build community. Deacon Mike and Tony

Abboreno will be the presenters for these sessions.

Join us any time on Saturday mornings. No registration needed. For more information

contact Teresa Chiappone at 847-658-7881 or [email protected]

Knights of Columbus Blood Drive THIS WEEKEND! Sunday, October 17 from 7:00 am - 1:00 pm in McDonnell Hall

Please make blood donations a part of your routine. The majority of the US population is eligible to give blood, but only about 3% actually do. Whether you are vaccinated or not, you can still

give blood or platelets if you are feeling healthy and meet all the regular eligibility requirements.

If you cannot make this blood drive, please consider donating at the Vitalant Center in Crystal Lake. To make an appointment, call 877-25-VITAL (84825) or

go to www.vitalant.org. Please tell the staff that the donation is to be made for U202 which is the code for St. Margaret Mary Knights of Columbus.

To give blood you must be 17 years old or older and in good health and bring a photo ID. You can also give blood if you are age 16 with the written consent of a parent. Refreshments

and snacks will be served. Please make arrangements to join us for this event and give the gift of life. If you have any questions, you can contact us at [email protected].

Current Hours:

Tuesday & Wednesday 10:00am to 3:00pm

Friday 10:00am - 12:30pm

2nd Saturday of the month 10:00am to 1:00pm

2nd Sunday of the month 10:00am to 1:00pm

Help Needed

The Resale shop has been open for several months now and business is good - and getting better! We opened with reduced hours and now would

like to expand back to our “normal” hours but we need your help.

We are looking for some additional volunteers to share in the good work this ministry offers.

The personal commitment is not great and you choose your own hours and help as you can.

If you would like to volunteer or if you have questions, please contact:

Tina at 847-960-7351 or [email protected] Barb at 847-560-0447 or [email protected].

This is a very rewarding ministry - give us a call.

Peace and Blessings, The Resale Shop Committee

This Week’s Special: Any BLACK Item 50% Off

Being a member means celebrating and making a

commitment to Jesus Christ.

If you are new to the Algonquin or Lake in the Hills area, or if you

have not yet become a member of St. Margaret Mary Parish, we encourage you to consider joining our

community in worship and ministry. Call the Parish Office at 847-658-7625 today!

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Being a member means celebrating and making

a commitment to Jesus Christ.

If you are new to the Algonquin/Lake in the Hills area, or if you have not yet become a member of Saint Margaret Mary Parish, we encourage you to consider joining our community in

worship and ministry.

Call the Parish Office at 847-658-7625 today!

Want to Stay Connected to St. Margaret Mary?

Subscribe to Flocknote, the official (and FREE!) way to

receive online parish updates!

There are two easy ways to register (choose one):

Online at: https://tinyurl.com/STMMflocknote

Or text STMM-ALG to 84576 from your phone and follow the instructions.

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Did you know we have a Lost and Found here at St. Margaret Mary? When things are left in the church, the lobby, or found in the parking lot,

people usually bring them to the office. The items are kept on the counter in the office for a while. If no one comes to claim them, we then move

them to a box that we keep in the storage closet.

If anything in the photo below looks familiar, please contact the office - we would love to return it to the rightful owner. If you lose something in the

future, check with the office - we just might have it!

Jesus took a child and stood him by His side, and said to them, "Whoever receives

this child in My name receives Me, and whoever receives Me receives Him who

sent Me; for who is least among all of you, this is the one who is great. (Lk 9:48)

Several years ago the Franciscan Adoption Project was introduced to the people of St. Margaret Mary. We help support the poor and orphaned children of Uganda

with material and educational assistance.

Please consider joining this effort to share the gospel of Jesus with God’s

children. Flyers and registration forms can be found in the Bethany Lobby.

Franciscan Adoption Project



Did you know you can give online to St. Margaret

Mary Church? Visit our Give Central page at

www.tinyurl.com/STMMGC to set up a recurring Sunday offertory gift, or donate to

other special funds. Thank you for your generosity!

Parochial Administrator

Rev. Witold Adamczyk, OFM Conv.

[email protected]

Parochial Vicars

Rev. Peter Sarnicki, OFM Conv.

[email protected]

Rev. Daniel Zdebik, OFM Conv.

[email protected]

Permanent Deacons

Deacon Robert Armstrong

[email protected]

Deacon Howard Fischer

[email protected]

Deacon Michael LeRoy

[email protected]

Deacon James McDonough

[email protected]

Deacon Donald Miller

[email protected]

Deacon Christopher Nocchi

[email protected]

Deacon Timothy Pignatari

[email protected]

Director of Young Adult & Youth Ministry

Teresa Chiappone

[email protected]

Director of Religious Education

Ellie Nelson

[email protected]

Principal of School

Brenna O’Hearn

[email protected]

Director of Liturgy

Bob Armstrong

[email protected]

Director of Music

Grace Pascolini

[email protected]

Business Manager

Margaret Przybylko

[email protected]

Parish Office Staff

Susan Czech

[email protected]

Laura Keane

[email protected]

Facility Manager

Greg Freund

[email protected]

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Parish Office Hours

Monday - Thursday 9:00 am - 3:00 pm

Friday 9:00 am - 12:00 pm

Sunday 8:00 am - 12:00 pm

Weekday Mass Times

Monday - Thursday 6:45 am & 8:30 am

Friday 6:45 am & 9:15 am

Saturday 8:30 am

Weekend Mass Times

Saturday 4:30 pm, 6:30 pm (Polish)

Sunday 7:00 am, 9:00 am, 11:00 am, 1:00 pm (Polish), 4:30 pm

Registration is no longer required to attend Mass. All who enter the

church must wear a mask covering the mouth and nose.

Confessions (Reconciliation)

Tuesdays 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm in the Chapel

Saturdays 9:00-10:00 am and 3:00-4:00 pm in the Chapel

Private Prayer You are welcome to visit the Church for private prayer.

Monday 9:30 am - 6:00 pm

Tuesday 9:30 am - 8:00 pm

Wednesday 9:30 am - 8:00 pm

Thursday 9:30 am - 3:00 pm

Friday 9:30 am - 12:00 pm (except for First Friday)

Saturday 9:30 am - 3:00 pm

Sunday Closed for private prayer all day

Parish Office 847 658-7625

Parish Fax 847-658-7882

Financial Office 847-658-6071

School Office 847-658-5313

Religious Ed Office 847-658-9339

Youth Ministry Office 847-658-7881

Resale Shop 847-458-8958

Friary (Priests’ Home) 847-658-7699

Saint Vincent de Paul 847-628-5161

Website: www.saintmargaretmary.org

Attention parents of boys ages 5-10!

Cub Scout Pack 152 invites you to join us for our Football Jamboree at Noon on Saturday October 23

in the field behind St. Margaret Mary School.

Come check out what scouting is all about and show off

your football skills. Boys in grades K-5 have the opportunity to make friends and learn life skills while growing closer

to God with the scouting program.

Water and snacks will be provided. We hope to see you there!

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