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The Most Holy Body An Blood Of Christ
May 29, 2016 - June 4, 2016

Confirmation



We invite you to explore opportunities to know Jesus Christ and grow deeper in your
Catholic Christian faith.

As a reminder, don't forget to turn off your cell phone in Church.
Thank you and have a good week!




MASSES / SERVICES FOR THE WEEK

Date Time Intention
Saturday
May 28
4:30 p.m. Albert Denovellis req. by Berberet, Grogan & Dowling Families
Sunday
May29
8:00 a.m. Wayne Lowe/ Lowe Family
Sunday
May 29
10:30 a.m. Community of Blessed Sacrament req. by Father Max
Sunday
May 29
2:00 p.m. Confirmation Mass
 
Monday
May 30
8:30 a.m. Mary Lou Tognarelli req. by Konen Family
Tuesday
May 31
8:30 a.m. Pat Kish req. by Mike Medernach
Wednesday
June 1
8:30 a.m. Jack Proctor req. by Frank & Pat Kingsley
Thursday
June 2
8:30 a.m. Communion Service
Friday
June 3
8:30 a.m. Linda Surratt req. by Herve & Flore Lague
 
Saturday
June 4
4:30 p.m. Ramon Cervantes req. by Cervantes Family
Sunday
June 5
8:00 a.m. Community of Blessed Sacrament req. by Father Max
Sunday
June 5
10:30 a.m. Ross & Grace Fisher req. by 40th Wedding Anniversary

Join us for the Rosary
The Rosary is prayed on week days at 8:10 am and on weekends a half hour before Mass.



SACRAMENT OF PENANCE

Individual Confession Hours
(Please use the bell tower entrance)
Saturday, May 28th 3:45 - 4:15 p.m.
Saturday, June 4th 3:45 - 4:15 p.m.



Lord, Hear Our Prayers

Praying Hands For parishioners, relatives and friends who suffer from illness, are homebound, confined to a care facility or hospitalized and the unemployed. May the healing hand of God rest on these people and guide them in their time of need.

May the healing hand of God rest on these people and guide them in their time of need.

Pray For The Deceased Priests Of The Diocese Who Celebrate Their Anniversary Of Death This Week:
  • Rev. Henry J. Hauser
  • Rev. Alphonsus L. Fitzgibbons
  • Rev. James G. Gaynor
  • Rev. Paul W. Klaphecke
  • Rev. Edward Gahagan
Pray For Our Service Men And Women:
  • CS3(SS) Kevin Bohler
  • IT2Jeremy Daly
  • PFC Ethan J. Feltes
  • Sgt Kyle W. Feltes
  • Sgt Zachary Gardner
  • 1st LT Ryan C. Lutz, SPC
  • 2nd Lt Nicole E Maenza
  • PVT Andrew McMullen
  • SPC Jason McMullen
  • A1C Keely Muzzey
  • LCPL Gail Patsch
  • PFC Wyatt VanderLinde
  • LCPL Luis Velazquez Jr.
  • Cadet Ethan J. Young, AFA
Almighty God look with love upon our men and women in uniform and protect them in their time of need. Bless them and their families. Amen If you have a name you would like to add to our prayer list, call the parish office or email Jennie Bourge at: Psecretary@blsacr-na.org

Pray For Our Sick:
  • Bob Albrecht
  • Anna Paula Battersby
  • Brook Bess
  • Natividad Bontcac
  • Cathie Burns
  • Geraldine Daraban
  • Brett Deiter
  • Beth Edwards
  • Janice Feltes
  • Margaret Feltes
  • Marcia Freeman
  • Richard Gallo
  • Baby Grace
  • Phil Gurbal
  • Karen Haberstock
  • Liz Hammes family
  • Anthony Jarvie
  • Carol Littlejohn
  • Linda McNamara
  • Vic Olah
  • Sammy Panganiban
  • Molly Paris
  • Viola Plante
  • Benjamin Santos



From The Desk Of Father Max

Pastors Desk
Dear Blessed Sacrament Families,
Greetings to you from Father Max!

On Sunday, May 29, 2016, TWENTY ONE youth of our parish will receive the Sacrament of Confirmation. On behalf of our parish, congratulations to the class of 2016 and we pray that the Spirit of the Lord will continue to inspire them to do beautiful things for the Church and the world. Our gratefulness is due to Denise Bautch, Confirmation Coordinator and aides Fred Noonan, Melissa Held and Morgan Donohue for their time and dedication in preparing these youth for this sacrament.

Thank you to our new families who attended the New Parishioner Welcome Gathering last Sunday in Holy Family Hall. These gatherings, which are held twice a year, are a great way to meet fellow parishioners, staff and ministry leaders and to learn a little more about the organizations and ministries that Blessed Sacrament community has to offer. I also appreciate all of the ministry and organization leaders for their presence and taking the time to introduce themselves and welcome our new parishioners.

Our Art and Environment committee, under the leadership of Ann Koskey, always works hard to keep our gardens clean and beautiful. Now that we are well into Spring and the flowers are in bloom, I would like to thank our volunteers who came to dig, plant and weed around the church property. Many hands make for light work!

As you see our entire parking lot has been seal coated and new lines have been painted at the cost of $11,208.55.

As another school year comes to a close, we congratulate all of our Graduates and pray that your future endeavors will bear much fruit.

Have a great weekend and enjoy the summer!

Peace, Joy and Blessings,

Father Max



Vocation Corner: Corpus Christi
Rev. Keith Romke

Vocation Corner
The Feast of Corpus Christi is one of the most beautiful celebrations of the Church year. This, of course, is the case because it is a day in which we honor and wor-ship Christ and the fact that He humbly dwells among us in the simplicity of the Eucharistic Host.

Fr. Romke It is beautiful to be able to have the Faith necessary to believe and live out the Truth that God is present although hidden behind the appearances of bread. It gives meaning to our lives to know that so much can be contained within something so simple and small. So too this same reality resides within us all. Every one of us has been created not simply to be what others see on the outside, but we are created with a mission that is written upon our hearts and souls.

The beauty of the whole notion of vocations is that our callings are hidden within yet they are truly reality. So too their existence is a result of God’s presence hidden within us. But just like with the Eucharist, we need to pray for the faith to believe and to see what is hidden with-in. We need to trust that we are better off by believing and living out lives for this truth. The fact of the mat-ter is that every day Christ is present in the Eucharist for us, and everyday God has a plan and a mission for us all. Best yet is the fact that we can pray before Christ present in the Eucharist in order to discover what He’s calling us to.

Rejoice!



Important Announcements




Office Will Be Closed - Monday Memorial Day

Office Closed
The office will be closed for Memorial Day on Monday.

We will re-open on Tuesday for regular business hours.



Memorial Day Masses

Memorial Day
✟ Resurrection Cemetery
37W210 Fabyan Parkway, Geneva - 8:00 am

✟ Mount Olivet
278 Ashland Avenue, Aurora - 10:00 am

Please join us as we pray for the faithful departed especially those who have served our country. Weather permitting, please bring your own chair.





Parish Activities




Upcomimg Meetings and Activities

Mark Your Calendar

Upcoming Activities
Sunday, May 29thConfirmation — 2:00 pm



Moving?

Moving
Don't forget to update us! If you have recently moved or are in the process of moving, please notify us of your new address, phone number and/or new email address. This will help us continue to communicate with you and reduce costs incurred from returned cards and envelopes.

Thank you for your cooperation.



Jubilee Of Mercy

Jubilee of Mercy
During the Year of Mercy, Pope Francis invites us to contemplate the notion of a Holy Door, "a Door of Mercy through which anyone who enters will experience the love of God who consoles, pardons, and instills hope."

The door symbolizes a passage or transition into a special year of evangelization and prayer. Pope Francis will formally open the Holy Door December 8th to begin the Year of Mercy. The ritual of the Holy Door is to evoke the concept of forgiveness, which is always the main focus of a Holy Year.

You are invited to make a diocesan pilgrimage of Mercy by visiting and passing through each of the Holy Doors in the Rockford Diocese. To commemorate your pilgrimage and encourage ongoing prayer for Mercy, you are invited to take along a "Year of Mercy Passport," to be stamped at each Holy Door parish.

Holy Doors in the Diocese of Rockford are located at:
Our Lady of Good Counsel - Aurora St. John the Baptist - Johnsburg
St. Mary - DeKalb Cathedral of St. Peter - Rockford
St. Thomas More - Elgin Poor Clares Corpus Christi Monastery
St. Michael - Galena St. Mary - Sterling



A Prayer for the Year of Mercy

Lord Jesus Christ, you have taught us to be merciful like the heavenly Father,
and have told us that whoever sees you sees God.
Show us your face and we will be saved.
You are the visible face of the invisible Father,
of the God who manifests his power above all by forgiveness and mercy;
let the Church be your visible face in the world.
Send your Spirit and consecrate every one of us with its anointing,
so that the Jubilee of Mercy may be a year of grace from the Lord,
and your Church, with renewed enthusiasm,
may bring good news to the poor,
proclaim liberty to captives and the oppressed,
and restore sight to the blind. Amen.

—Pope Francis



Parish Announcements




2016 Diocesan Stewardship Appeal

Diocesan Appeal
Our Diocesan Appeal helps thousands in our diocese to grow in their Catholic faith. Please contribute the best way you can. No gift is too small when given from the heart.

By pooling our resources, we can make a difference in our parishes, our diocese and society at large. Your gift to the 2016 Diocesan Appeal supports ministries like these:

  • Help to Those in Crisis
  • Protection for the Vulnerable
  • Training Lay Ministers
  • Support for Retired Priests
  • Sacramental Preparationfor all Ages
  • Diversity Outreach
Our 2016 DA target is $52,164.00. So far 214 out of 554 families have made their pledges. Thank you!

Please help our parish reach our goal!

If you haven't received an envelope, one can be picked up either from the Church or the parish office.

The Rockford diocese offers an online giving program for this appeal. Visit https://rockforddiocese.org/donate to donate online.



Knights of Columbus Recruitment Drive

Join The Knights of Columbus


The Msgr Edward S. Wright Knights of Columbus Council #15119 held its recruitment drive last weekend after each Mass. Members of our Council were available available by the doors to provide a small pamphlet about the Knights and to answer any questions you may have.

The Knights of Columbus is a fraternal Catholic organization open to all practicing Catholic men 18 years or older. The Knights are involved locally, nationally, and internationally, in many charitable programs including those for the disabled and the poor, the priesthood, and the promotion of Catholic ideals.

If you would like more information on the Knights of columbus, please contact:
Garry Daly at (630) 892-3858.



First Communion Class of 2016

Soup Kitchen
First Communion

Please congratulate the children of our parish who received their First Communion. We pray that they continue to love Jesus and His teachings in their journey of faith.



Confirmation

Confirmation Confirmation will be held on Sunday afternoon, May 29th at 2:00 pm.
There is a mandatory practice for all confirmandi and their sponsors on
Friday, May 27th at 6:00 pm.

Please pray for the 2016 Candidates:

  • William FRANCIS Brown
  • Reece NICHOLAS Corbin
  • Spencer ALBERT Donohue
  • Kimberly MICHAEL Espinoza
  • Sean PATRICK Farmer
  • Dylan ROCH Fogle
  • Ruth RITA Garcia
  • Gabriela JOSEPH Groom
  • Hannah THERESE Kline
  • Aaron VINCENT Leon
  • Ryen FRANCES Miller
  • Emma CECILIA Pilmer
  • Cara JOAN Simmons
  • Alexander GREGORY Stroz
  • Noah MICHAEL Tamez
  • Ryan PATRICK Teuscher
  • Meghan CATHERINE Thayer
  • Amelia DYMPHNA Thorgesen
  • Nathan GEORGE Wedll
  • Christopher ALBERT Wood
  • William PATRICK Zbylut

Thank You to Denise Bautch, Coordinator, their teachers Melissa Held, Robert Noonan, and Morgan Donohue Assistant.





E-Giving

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Please note that online giving is available to Blessed Sacrament parish for regular contributions or one-time church donations. Online giving can replace or supplement envelope donations given at Mass and users can make changes at any time. For more information, please reference the GiveCentral instructions printed and available in the Narthex, click the “online giving” button on the Blessed Sacrament website, or simply visit GiveCentral.org and search for our parish. Thank you for considering online giving!

Signing up is easy - Just click on the icon above the arrow.
There also is an instructions flyer, found in the Narthex, or you can call the office for further assistance.

Attention E-givers!
You will be receiving your envelopes this quarter. Envelopes were ordered before the Give Central program was in place. You will not be receiving them in the future.



Liturgical Ministers and Parents of Altar Servers

Liturgy Mininisters and Altar Servers
Attention Liturgical Ministers and Parents of Altar Servers:

The May and June schedules are out. IF you did not receive one, they are available in the Altar Server’s Room. Also, schedules are now available on our webpage http://www.blessedsacrament-na.org.

Once there, click on the
Ministries
tab, scroll down to Ministry Schedules and then click on the button to open the current PDF schedule.



Food For Friends

Food for Friends
Anyone who could use some assistance with meals after an illness or hospitalization or would like to cook a meal, contact Kitty Melby at (630) 896-4355.




Coffee and Donuts Ministry

Coffee and Donuts
If you are interested in helping out, please contact Eva Castillo at (630) 391-3993 or castillo_ev@yahoo.com



Baby Bottle Boomerang

Baby Bottle

The Knights of Columbus and the Altar and Rosary Society are requesting if you still have a baby bottle at home, please return it empty or filled. We would like to wrap up this years contributions. You may return it next Sunday or return it to the office.

Wonderful Life Last year we began the drive with 300 bottles.

As of today, 146 have not been returned.

It would be disappointing to have to purchase new bottles with your generous donations.


All donations go to the Fr McGivney Center for Hope and Healing.
Make a difference – support women who choose to have their babies.



Golf Extravaganza

Golf Extravaganza
Save the Date Saturday, June 11th from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm at Valley Green for Blessed Sacrament's Golf Extravaganza sponsored by the Knights of Columubus.

Serious and non-serious golfers are welcome! More details to come in the coming weeks.



Join Fr. Max on a
Day Trip
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St. Michael Day Trip
Join Father Max and fellow parishioners for a day trip to St. Michael Parish in Galena, IL to pass through the Doors of Mercy on Friday, July 8th. During this special Year of Mercy, passing through these doors will symbolize our own passage into a holy journey of remembering, seeking and sharing God’s mercy in our families, in our communities and with all our brothers and sisters in Christ.

Father Max will celebrate Mass at 7:00 am at Blessed Sacrament and then we will leave for Galena by 8:00 am. Upon arrival at St. Michaels we will tour the church, participate in prayer and then have lunch in beautiful downtown Galena. Carpooling is available. There is no cost to go through the Doors of Mercy, however parishioners are responsible for their own lunch.

There is a sign-up sheet in the narthex. Please call the parish office for more information.



Inside Out: The Joy of Communication with Jesus

Inside Out
Save the Dates July 18th - 20th from 9:00 am - 12:00 pm each day! We are hard at work designing a unique children's mission for the youth of our parish!

In collaboration with outreach leaders from Marmion Academy,
"Inside Out: The Joy of Communion with Jesus," will be an inspiration mission for those going into 3rd grade through high school with leadership opportunities for students in 7th - 12th grade.

Look for more information to come!



Photos For: A Night in Venice

Dinner Dance
Photos are now available from Evening in Venice and other Blessed Sacrament events by clicking HERE.

Click on the album, then click on the picture you would like. Images can be printed at home or uploaded to a favorite printing house.




Leaving On Vacation?

Vacation

Fall has arrived and we know that many of you take vacations from time to time away from the parish. Be aware that your financial contribution to Blessed Sacrament is very important to meet our regular expenses. Please support our parish the best way you can when you are away on vacation.

Thank you to all who continue to make their weekly contributions.




Memorial Wall

Memorial Day
Honor a friend, relative or loved one by displaying their name on the Blessed Sacrament Memorial Wall. See the beautiful display case in the Narthex.

Participation in the special listing requires a $ 1,000.00 donation per listing. If interested, please contact the parish office for additional details.

Memorial Wall



Around Our Area




Aurora Central Catholic Summer Camps

Aurora Central Summer Camps
Aurora Central Catholic High School is hosting a variety of summer camps to students of all ages. Camps include: football, basketball, soccer, track, baseball, volleyball, wrestling, chemistry, drama, chess.


For information and registration to one of the twenty five plus camps, visit:
Click Here for Camp Information.



Summer Eco Camps at Abbey Farms

Eco Camp
Abbey Farms, located at 2855 Hart Road in Aurora, is offering Eco Camps this summer for children entering grades 1-3. These Eco Camps are a great way for boys and girls to have summer fun while learning on the farm! Four separate sessions are available:

• June 20-24— 8:30 - 11:30 am
• June 27-July 1— 8:30 - 11:30 am
• July 5-8— 12:30 - 3:30 pm
• July 11-15 — 12:30 - 3:30 pm

The cost of each session is $150. For additional information, visit: http://www.info@abbeyfarms.org.



Holy Hour for Hope & Healing

Hope and Healing
During this Jubilee Year of Mercy, you are invited to join An Hour of Prayer for Hope & Healing for all those affected by abortion. This is a beautiful opportunity to unite in love and compassion for those who may feel hopeless and need healing.

Wednesday, June 8th, from 6:00 to 7:00 pm at St. Patrick Parish in St. Charles – in the Downtown Church (400 Cedar Street, St. Charles, IL 60175). Prayer will be in the Church. Prayer resources will be available.

For questions. please contact Kathy Berkes in the Life & Family Evangelization Office at (815) 399-4300 or LiFE@rockforddiocese.org.



St. Peter Church Annual Rummage Sale

Rummage Sale
St. Peter Church in Aurora will be holding its Annual Rummage Sale
Thursday, June 9th to Saturday June 11th from 8:30 am – 4:00 pm. The sale will be held in St. Peter School Gymnasium located at 915 Sard Ave, Aurora.

We are accepting donations for the sale June 6, 7 & 8 from 9:00 am until noon of clothing (must be clean and in good sellable condition), household items, garden items, seasonal goods, books etc. No electronics please.

If you have any questions, please call Lee Weber at (630) 896-8260 or St. Peter Parish Office at
(630) 896-6816. All proceeds benefit St. Peter Parish. All are welcome.



St Vincent Golf Outing

St Vincent Golf Outing
St. Vincent de Paul Society invites you to help make a difference in the lives of the poor in our community. Join us for our 14th Annual Charity Golf Classic.

Don't miss out on the hottest event of the summer! It will be held Friday, June 17th at Mill Creek Golf Course. $150 entry fee ($75 is tax-deductible) includes 18 hole scramble format, cart, golf gift, grilled lunch, raffle tickets for great prizes, unlimited beer and Pina Coladas, and a Hawai-ian pig roast dinner.

If you don't have a foursome we will put you in one. Not a golfer? Come just for dinner!! There are also opportunities for sponsorship.

Register online at: http://www.events.org/svds01/
- OR - contact Kevin O'Connor (630) 779-0724 or email martandkevinoc@comcast.net
- OR - contact Alan Fulton (630) 879-2806          or email fulton630@sbcglobal.net.

Brochures are on the bulletin board in the narthex. This event is a fun way to help those in need in our own community.



Diocesan Summer Camps & Retreats

Summer Camp
The Rockford Diocese is sponsoring the following Summer Camps and Retreats:


St. Therese Camp & Retreat — (For Girls Entering 7th - College)

St. Therese Camp and Retreat is for girls entering 7th thru College. There will be separate discussion groups for those who are seniors and college age. The camp will begin with check-in at 6:00 pm on Sunday, June 19, 2016.

After you are settled into your room we will have a Mass at 7:00 pm for you and all your family members if they are able to attend then camp/retreat will commence after Mass. The camp will end at 11:00 am on Wednesday, June 22nd.

Jeremiah Days — (For Jr. High Boys Entering Grades 7 - 9)

Jeremiah Days Camp is for Jr. High boys who will be entering grades 7—9 in the fall. The camp begins with check-in at 6:00 PM on Sunday, July 10, 2016 and ends at 11:00 AM on Wednesday, July 13th.

Parents and siblings are welcome to come on Sunday for an opening Mass at 7:00 PM with camp commencing after Mass.

First Call — (For Young Men Entering 10th Grade Thru College)

First Call Retreat is for young men who will be entering grades 10 through college in the fall. There will be separate discussion groups for those in college and high school. The retreat begins with check-in at 6:00 PM on Sunday, July 17, 2016 and ends at 11:00 AM on Wednesday, July 20th.

Parents and siblings are welcome to come on Sunday for an opening Mass at 7:00 PM. The retreat will commence after Mass.


For additional information vist: http://www.rockforddiocese.org/vocations/vocation-camps.



St Gall Vacation Bible School

St Gall Vacation Bible School
St. Gall Church and the Elburn Community Congregational Church are partnering to offer an exciting and educational Vacation Bible School, Monday, June 13th through Friday, June 17th, from 9:00 am - 12:00 pm.

Hometown Nazareth, Where Jesus Was a Kid, explores the Hebrew culture with crafts like tie-dyeing and visiting the bazaar and market-place. Kids even attend Hebrew School to see what their alphabet looked like and learn more about God. There will also be singing and turning bible verses into skits. VBS is for kids entering kindergarten through fourth grade.

The cost is $25 for the week and will be held at St. Gall Church, 120 W. Shannon St, Elburn in the Parish Hall. For more details contact the Faith Formation Office at (630) 365-9166.



Attention All Golfers

Golfers
St. Katharine Drexel extends a warm invitation to all to join them for their 3rd annual golf outing. It will be a four person scramble event held on Monday, June 27th, with a 10:00 a.m. start, Hughes Creek, Elburn. Cost is $105/person which includes golf, cart, steak dinner, as well as longest putts, closest to pin, longest drive, and optional Yellow Ball.

Not a foursome? They will pair you up. For more information or to sign up please contact event coordinators John Drew, (630) 308-3055 or Bob Harkins, (815) 508-3828.



Marriage Encounter

Marriage Encounter
Do we put our trust in God and allow him to be Lord in every area of our life like the widow did? Allow God to transform your marriage relationship. Strengthen, renew, and rekindle your marriage sacrament by attending a Worldwide Marriage Encounter Weekend on November 20-22 in Rockford, IL; January 22-24, 2016 in Brookfield, WI or February 12-14, 2016 in Crystal Lake, IL.

Early registration is highly recommended. For info, see http://www.alifetimeoflove.org or call (888) 574-5653.

Start the New Year Out Right - Spend some quality time renewing your marriage. Sign up today to attend one of the upcoming Worldwide Marriage Encounter Weekends:

DateLocationContact
June 10-12, 2016
Apply Online
Elk Grove Village, IL Jim & Kris McCulloch
(630) 577-0778
August 12-14, 2016
Apply Online
Elk Grove Village, IL Jim & Kris McCulloch
(630) 577-0778
September 9-11, 2016
Apply Online
Crystal Lake, IL Jon & Rachel Hoag
(888) 574-5653
October 7-9, 2016
Apply Online
Elk Grove Village, IL Jim & Kris McCulloch
(630) 577-0778
November 11-13, 2016
Apply Online
Rockford, IL Jon & Rachel Hoag
(888) 574-5653


For additional weekends, visit http://www.wwme.org/find-a-weekend.html

Early registration is highly recommended. For more information visit our website at: http://www.alifetimeoflove.org or call (888) 574-5653.

For a fin de semana en Espanol in Rockford, contact:
Hugo & Gaby at (630) 690-2094.

For a fin de semana en Espanol in Chicago on November 8-10, contact:
Andres y Maria at (630) 229-2600.




Holy Year of Mercy Pilgrimage

Poland Pilgrimage
A once in a lifetime Pilgrimage to Poland. Departing from Chicago June 20, this 9-day pilgrimage from Chicago to Warsaw, will feature major sites of the Divine Mercy devotion, Saint Faustina, Saint Pope John Paul and Saint Maximilian Kobe among others. The price is $3099 per person double occupancy.

Call (630) 334-5065 or visit http://www.deacontravel.org.



Full Day Preschool
St Peter School in Aurora

St. Peter School
St. Peter Catholic School located in Aurora has a long tradition of providing an excellent faith-based education for children K-8 for more than 80 years. This fall St. Peter's is proud to announce we will be opening a full day Pre-Kindergarten program for 4 year olds at our school.

We are currently accepting registration for this program and our K-8 school program for 2016-2017.

Call (630) 892-1283 or visit http://www.stpeterschoolaurora.org for information or to schedule a tour.
Give the gift of a Catholic Education!




Host Family Needed

Host Family
A Host Family needed for an Austrian girl who will be attending Aurora Central Catholic High School for the 2016-2017 academic year. Nadja is from a village outside Vienna, Austria. Nadja plays the piano, participated in her school musical, and loves photography. She also has done Judo and gymnastics, plays tennis and has taken dance lessons. She does not have any allergies. She is an A student.


Please consider opening up your home to this exchange student, contact Carol Myint, Director of Private School Programs at (507) 301-3615 or Web site: http://www.ie-usa.org



Catholic Cemeteries of Rockford Looking for Office Assistant

Cemetery
Catholic Cemeteries of Rockford is looking for a person of the Catholic faith to work as an office assistant, part-time (29 hours/week) in our small office. Must be able to greet and serve family members with compassion who have lost a loved one and work with others in a congenial manner.

Must be familiar with Microsoft Word, Excel and accurately input data. Must be able to compose memos and letters with accurate spelling and grammar.

Interested parties should send cover letter, resume and salary history to ckg@rockcem.org. No phone calls please.



Bus Drivers

Bus Driver
Rosary High School is looking for qualified bus drivers. Drivers must have a school bus permit and a class CDL license as required by the State of Illinois. Drivers are needed for an after-school bus route, for field trips, and occasional morning runs.

Please call Rosary at (630) 896-0831 or contact Sister Ann Brummel at abrummel@rosaryhs.com.



Caritas

Caritas
Caritas is an auxiliary of Catholic Charites and we are focused on fundraising for the needs of disadvantaged children in the Rockford community.

We meet on the first Monday of the month at the Diocesan Administration Center. We are looking for new members to help us put on our 30th and best luncheon yet. The only requirement to join us is a love of children and a dedication to making their lives better. Your ideas are welcome and your help is needed to make our 30th year a huge success for the benefit of the children!

If you have any questions, please call —

Marva Tarara at: (815) 988-1018 or Pattieber at: (815) 222-1661.




Are you Traveling?

Traveling Mass Times is a free nationwide ministry to traveling Catholics.

Travelers can call: (410) 676-6000 or access the web site at www.masstimes.org for free information on the location of the nearest Church and times of Masses on weekends and Holy Days.   



Our Advertisers

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During this year, please patronize these businesses. We would like to remind you to mention the fact that you saw their Ad on the back of our bulletin. It is important we recognize and tell our sponsors that we appreciate their support. Many parishioners do patronize these businesses, but never tell them "thank you". The income from these ads not only pays for the printing of our weekly bulletin but helps to maintain our parish buildings and grounds.

Our advertisers are listed in our Sunday Bulletins (see side link). You can also view a PDF document of our current advertisers by CLICKING HERE.


THANK YOU
ADVERTISERS FOR SPONSORING OUR WEEKLY BULLETIN!