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REV. MICHAEL L. ZOUFAL, PASTOR REV. JOSEPH P. LYNCH, PASTOR EMERITUS REV. RYSZARD CZERNIAK, SCh. ASSOCIATE PASTOR REV. ANTHONY BROOKS, SCh. ASSOCIATE PASTOR IRVIN A. BRYCE, JR., PERMANENT DEACON RAYMUNDO DIAZ DE LEON, PERMANENT DEACON MISSIONARY SISTERS OF CHRIST THE KING: SR. ANNA GORSKA, SR. EWA SZPARGALA, SR. MALGORZATA TOMALKA

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MASSES SATURDAY 5:00 PM (Sunday Obligation) SUNDAY 7:30 AM - 9:00 AM - 10:30 AM (English-Polish) 12:00 PM 6:15 AM, 1:30 PM and 5:00 PM (Polish) 6:30 PM (Spanish) WEEKDAY MASSES (Monday-Friday) 6:30 AM, 7:30 AM (Polish), 8:30 AM SATURDAY MASS 7:30 AM ( Polish) 8:30 AM FIRST FRIDAY ADORATION - All day, Bilingual Confessions 5:00-6:00PM 6:00 PM Mass (Polish) HOLY DAYS Please refer to schedules printed in the bulletin prior to the Holiday. Vigil Mass - 7:00 PM (evening before Holy Day) SACRAMENT OF RECONCILIATION Saturday 4:00-4:45 PM SACRAMENT OF BAPTISM 1st, 2nd and 3rd Sundays at 3:15 PM Baptismal Preparation Class Last Monday of month at 7:00 PM Parish registration and attendance at the Baptismal Preparation Class are required prior to Baptism. SACRAMENT OF MARRIAGE All wedding arrangements must be made with a parish priest at least 5 months prior to scheduled date. All couples are required to participate in a marriage preparation program. Parish registration is a requirement. Times of marriages are as follows: Saturday 12:00 PM and 2:00 PM Sundayno weddings

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MASS INTENTIONS
Monday, April 1, 2013 6:30 +Mary Reeder 7:30 +Zbigniew Jurczakiewicz 8:30 +Michael J. Walker 12:00PM-Polish Mass 7:00PM-PM-Polish Mass Tuesday, April 2, 2013 6:30 7:30 8:30 +Anthony Lonski, +Mary Ellen Doyle Wednesday, April 3, 2013 6:30 +Poor Souls in Purgatory 7:30 +Maria Bukowska 8:10 -MORNING PRAYER OF THE CHURCH 8:30 +Norman Bilek +John & Ann Shanahan Thursday, April 4, 2013 6:30 +Laverne Kupiec 7:30 +Stanislaw Tylka 8:30 +Betty Mattera +Ed, Mary & Fr. Gerry Roche 7:00PM-PARISH HOLY HOUR First Friday, April 5, 2013 6:30 -Purgatorial Society +George Solecki 7:30 8:30 +Andrew Ricchiuto, +Leonard Bernard +Paul Gonzalez 6:00PM+Stanislawa, Ignacy & Adela Prezydent Saturday, April 6, 2013 7:30 +Edward Zoarski 8:30 +John Brennan 23rd Anniv. of Death 5:00PM +Frank Trezek, +Ellen M. Kandich +Patricia Fischer -Irene Korosa 90th Birthday Blessing Sunday, April 7, 2013 Sunday of the Divine Mercy 6:15 +Krzysztof Krzysztofik 7:30 For the Parishioners 9:00 +Patrick Olet, +Marion Janik, +Catherine Wasik 10:30 +Mieczyslaw Antol, +Roman Jarosz 12:00PM +Andrew Ricchiuto +Helena Jasinski +Lois Kubin, +Maria Bukowska 1:30PM +Jan Budz +Karolina & Jozef Kubicz +Helena Zagrodnik 6th Anniv. of Death 5:00PM 6:30PM +Christian Landeros 15th Anniv. of Death

Happy Easter to all Parishioners and Guests of St. Albert the Great
We hope your Easter celebration of the death and resurrection is filled with the joy and peace that Christ brings to all those who truly believe in Him. May God grant you many graces and blessings.
Fr. Michael L. Zoufal, Pastor
Fr. Ryszard Czerniak, Fr.Anthony Brooks, Sr. Anna Gorska, Sr. Ewa Szpargala, Sr. Malgorzata Tomalka and the parish staff.
EASTER ENERGY On Easter morning when the disciples saw the evidence of the Resurrection, they did not at first grasp it. John reports that they did not yet understand the Scripture that he had to rise from the dead. We, on the other hand, have both scripture and church tradition to teach us. Jesus Christs resurrection is at the core of our Christian faith. All of todays readings tell us how compelling this event was for the first Christians. There is great energy in all the readings. Peter preaches with authority and conviction. Paul calls for Christians to change their lives. In the Gospel reading we see Peter and John in a footrace to reach Jesus tomb and see with their own eyes the evidence that they still could not understand or completely believe. How can some of this Easter energy be restored to us today? Do we let the astonishing news of the Resurrection touch us now? Does it call us to action? To deeper faith? To conversion? What new life will be reborn in us and our parish community this Easter morning? Copyright J. S. Paluch Co.
LET US PRAY For the sick: Yvonne Vacha, Terrie Lynn Hennessy, Dorothy White, Debbie OHara, Eric & Jesse Dulce, Donald Demski, Marge Nunez, Marlene Johanes, Andrea Pelicano, J Mary Sochacz Marilyn Buchalski, Erica Huisman, Eckhart Families, Carmella Mazurek, Arletta Ceynow, Bernice Ciszek, Valerie Farbin, Irene Korosa, Bill & Ruth Eichnamm, Diane & Robert Juris, Dorothy Reid, Salvatore Bottari, Theresa Lonski, Harriet Madey, Alex Silverman, Don Kupiec, Richard Polancyk, Johana Pusateri, Janelle Demski, Bussie & Hedderman Families, Sister Patricia Labuda, Walter Anderson, Denis Hedderman & Family Shirley McVane, Katie and Lucy Hedderman, Cheryl Korosa, Penny Prokop, Mary Ann Riccio. For the deceased: Wladyslaw Staszel, John Brightmore, Helen OConnell, Mieczyslaw Pis, Crusita Calderon, Samuel SantaMaria.

Divine Mercy Sunday


April 7 at 3:00 pm
Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament and Chaplet of Divine Mercy (in English and Polish) with Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament.
Come receive and celebrate

the Divine Mercy


of Jesus Christ, our Risen Lord!

Give

KNOW THE MASS, ONE WORD AT A TIME

The second part of the Mass is called the Liturgy of the Eucharist. The key action that runs throughout this part of the Mass is giving and receiving. During the preparation of the gifts, representatives of the community bring up water and wine and give them to the priest, who, in turn, offers or gives them in thanksgiving to God. Later, in the Eucharistic Prayer, Jesus gives us his body which we then receive in Holy Communion. Before Communion, we give and receive from each other and from God the gift and sign of peace. What happens in signs and sacrament at Mass reveals the whole direction of our lives in God. God so loved us that he gave us his Son. And the Son so loved us that he gives us himself. And what does God want of us? Only one thing: that we give ourselves back to him in love. That is the sum and substance, the very heart, of our worship at Mass and, indeed, of our entire lives in God.
YEAR OF SUNDAY MASS / YEAR OF FAITH

Fr. Anthony Brooks and Missionary Sisters of Christ the King invite all youth of our parish (7th grade and higher, boys and girls) to take part in a special meeting - Sunday, April 14, 2013, after the 10:30am Mass. During the meeting there will be opportunity to see a movie and take part in discussion about God, life and faith. The meeting will end at 3:00pm with a prayer of Chaplet of the Divine Mercy. For more information, please contact Fr. Anthony or Sister Anna.
REV. BRUNO JANIK MEMORIAL

It is as close as you can come in this life talking with God face to face. You are important to the Lord. Come when you are hurting, you have fear, anxiety, pain and suffering of any kind - Come and spend time with Jesus Christ Also, Thursdays 7:00 8:00 pm St. Albert the Great Parish invites you to join in on a trip to t h e
385 acres of beauty and serenity

First Friday All Day Eucharistic Adoration

Fr. Bruno Janik (died on March 15, 2013 in Poland) had served as an Associate Pastor at St. Albert the Great and retired in 2005. On Sunday, April 14, 2013 Bishop Andrew Wypych will preside at the 10:30am Mass at St. Alberts, at which Fr. Bruno Janik will be remembered. Please, keep Fr. Janik in your prayers.

Chicago Botanical Gardens


SUNDAY, MAY 19, 2013

Second Collection
On April 6-7 we will take up Second Collection for the Parish Needs. Your contribution will support the growing costs of maintenance of the church, school, convent and the parish grounds . Thank You for Your Support

Our trip includes: Round-trip bus fare from St. Albert the Great Church to the Botanical Gardens, free time to sight see the gardens and greenhouse. Bottled water and snacks provided. (Bring lunch or purchase at the Botanical Garden Cafe). We depart from the church parking lot at 10:30am our return is planned for 5:00pm.
COST PER PERSON $35.00 CHILDREN UNDER 12 $20.00

For more information and tickets please call the parish office 708-423-0321

ST. ALBERT THE GREAT SCHOOL 5535 W. STATE RD. BURBANK IL


St. Albert THE Great Catholic School is currently acccepting new students in all grades for the 2013-2014 school year. Please visit us at one of our Open Houses in April: Wednesday, April 10, 9am-2pm, Monday, April 15 9:am-7:00pm, Wednesday, April 17 9:00am2:00pm, Wednesday, April 24 9:00am-2:00pm. For more information, call 708-424-7757
ST. ALBERT THE GREAT CATHOLIC SCHOOL'S PARENT ASSOCIATION'S PRESENTS SPRING CRAFT AND VENDOR FAIR Saturday, May 4, 2013 from 9 am to 3 pm St. Albert the Great Catholic Church's Rogers Hall (church basement) Burbank Shoppers, crafters and vendors are encouraged to participate. Space availability starts at $25 on a first-come, firstserved basis. For More Information Contact (708) 424-7757

can save a life! By giving blood you can imagine that this priceless gift will save someones life. Because of yu someone will be able to celebrate his or her next birthday. The person you are helping to save is someones child, father, mother, grandparent or a friend. WALK-INS WELCOME!

SAINT ALBERT THE GREAT CHURCH BLOOD DRIVE SUNDAY, APRIL 14, 2013 8:00AM-2:00PM IN ROGERS HALL By donating blood, you

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OUR WEEKLY OFFERING MARCH 16 - 17 2013 $15,700.50 Thank You for your support

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2 Bingo 7:00pm 4 Adoration 7:00 pm 5

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First Friday All day Adoration Confessions 5:00-6:00 pm Mass 6:00pm
6 CCD 8:00am 10:00am

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3 Morning Prayer of the Church 8:10 am Boy Scouts 6:00 pm SVD 6:30 pm CCD 7:00-8:30pm Cub Scouts 7:00pm

7 SUNDAY OF DIVINE MERCY 9 Bingo 7:00 pm 11 Adoration 7:00 pm 10 Morning Prayer of the Church 8:10 am Boy Scouts 6:00 pm

DIVINE MERCY DEVOTION

8 Seniors 11:00 am Pro Life 7:00 pm Parish Council 7:00pm

12 Cub Scouts 7:00 pm

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3:00PM (bi-lingual) 16 Bingo 7:00 pm 17 Morning Prayer of the Church 8:10 am Boy scouts 6:00 pm SVD 6:30 pm CCD 7:00-8:30pm 24 Morning Prayer of the Church 8:10 am Boy Scouts 6:00 pm 18 Adoration 7:00 pm

15 14 3RD SUNDAY OF EASTER Holy Name 8:00 pm

19 Cub Scouts 7:00 pm

20 CCD 8:00am 10:00am

21 22 4TH SUNDAY OF EASTER Seniors 11:00 am 23 Bingo 7:00 pm

25 Adoration 7:00pm

26 Cub Scouts 7:00 pm

27 CCD 8:00am 10:00am

29 28 5TH SUNDAY OF EASTER /WORLD DAY OF PRAYER FOR VOCATIONS

30 Bingo 7:00 pm

Drodzy Parafianie, Niech te wita Wielkanocne bd wypenione radoci i pokojem, ktre niesie Zmartwychwstay Chrystus Wszystkim tym, ktrzy naprawd w niego wierz a Bg niech Wam udzieli swojego bogosawestwa i ask. Szcz Boe! Wesoych wit!
oraz Ks. Ryszard Czerniak, Ks. Antoni Brooks, Sr. Anna Gorska, Sr. Ewa Szpargaa i Sr. Magorzata Tomalka
N I E D Z I E L A M I O S I E R D Z I A B O E G O 7 KWIETNIA, 2013 3:00 PM Adoracja Najwitszego Sakramentu 2:30pm do 5:00 pm

Ks. Michael L. Zoufal, Proboszcz

Godzina Miosierdzia - odprawiana o godzinie 15:00 - upamitnia konanie Jezusa na krzyu za grzechy caej ludzkoci. Jest ona wezwaniem do wdzicznego zwrcenia swych myli i serca w stron Boga - Czowieka, ktry ofiarowa si i umar za nasze niewiernoci. wita Siostra Faustyna zostaa poproszona przez samego Jezusa, aby ta Godzina w szczeglny sposb czczona bya na ziemi. "O trzeciej godzinie bagaj Mojego Miosierdzia, przede wszystkim dla grzesznikw i cho przez krtki moment zagbiaj si w Mojej mce, w Moim opuszczeniu i w chwili konania. Jest to wielka godzina dla wiata caego". (Z dzienniczka S. Faustyny)

Ks. Anthony Brooks i Siostry Misjonarki Chrystusa Krla zapraszaj modzie na spotkanie w niedziel, 14 kwietnia 2013r. Rozpoczcie po Mszy o 10:30am, zakoczenie o 3:00pm Koronk do Miosierdzia Boego. W programie film oraz rozmowy o Bogu, yciu i wierze oraz kilka miych niespodzianek. Mile widziana jest modzie (chopcy i dziewczta) od 7 klasy
wzwy. W razie pyta mona kontaktowa si z ks. Anthony i Siostrami.
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PO WICEJ INFORMACJI PROSZE DZWONI NA NUMER: 708-423-0321 * * * * UJRZA I UWIERZY Ewangelia dnia dzisiejszego wyranie eksponuje dwa fakty: stwierdzenie przez w. Piotra i w. Jana, i grb, w ktrym zoono Ciao Jezusa z Nazaretu, jest pusty oraz przemian, jaka dokonaa si w apostoach pod wpywem tego, co zobaczyli. Obaj uczniowie uwierzyli w zmartwychwstanie Chrystusa i pojli zapowiedzi, e mia On powsta z martwych. Bardzo wymowne s tutaj sowa: Ujrza i uwierzy, odnoszce si wprost do w. Jana, a porednio do w. Piotra. O tej chwili oni, a wkrtce te pozostali apostoowie, stali si wiadkami Zmartwychwstania. Gosili, e Jezus yje i jest zwycizc nad grzechem i jego skutkiem, czyli mierci. Jan Pawe II, w Encyklice Dives in misericordia, przypomnia nam, e chrzecijanie winni gruntownie wnikn w misterium paschale (por. DiM 7). W znaku krzya i pustego grobu objawiona zostaa szczeglna potga mioci miosiernej Boga do ludzi, to, e Jego mio jest potniejsza ni grzech i mier. Pusty grb stanowi kocowy znak misji mesjaskiej, znak wieczcy caoksztat objawienia mioci miosiernej, w wiecie poddanym zu. () rwnoczenie znak zapowiadajcy niebo nowe i ziemi now (Ap 21,1) (DiM 8). Pusty grb mwi o tym, e Ten, ktry przeszed przez ziemi wszystkim dobrze czynic (por. Dz 10,38), w sposb radykalny dozna na sobie miosierdzia: owej mioci Ojca, ktra jest potniejsza, ni mier (DiM 8), a zarazem objawi, e jest niewyczerpalnym rdem miosierdzia, do ktrego dostp toruje nam Koci (por. DiM 13-15). ks. Waldemar Seremak pallotyn