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Christ the King Directory

PASTOR: Rev. Peter Jarosz

630.396.6079; frpeter@ctklombard.org

WEEKEND ASSISTANT: Rev. Robert Schoenstene


Deacons: Deacon Wayne Storrs 630.629.1717

Deacon Frank Lillig 630.396.6077


Deacon Peter Robinson

630.629.1717; deaconpeter@ctklombard.org


Eileen Maggiore 630.396.6076;



630.396.6073; elaine@ctklombard.org


630.396.6078; sherry@ctklombard.org


630.396.6075; bill@ctklombard.org


630.629.1717; carol@ctklombard.org


Lori Bhardwaj 630.627.0640;


KINDERGARTEN TEACHER: Jill Placey, Academy Director

630.627.0640; jplacey@ctklombard.org





630.629.1717; tony@ctklombard.org

MAINTENANCE: Paul Sweder, Joe Iapichino, Victor Mandin

Christ the King Mission Statement

The People of Christ the King in Lombard are a wel- coming, vibrant faith community building the king- dom of God through our many ministries. We cele- brate our diversity, seeking to realize the gifts of each member of our parish, as we are all joined together under one faith, in a spiritual journey of evangeliza- tion, service to others, and a reverence for all life. In the Eucharist, we find new life, and bring this life to others through stewardship, education, and worship.


Saturday: 5:00pm Sunday: 8:00am, 10:00am, and 12:00 Noon

WEEK DAY LITURGY: Monday-Friday 8:30am


Saturdays: 4:00pm-4:45pm M-F 9am; And by appointment


Second Saturdays at 11:00am


Weekdays at 7:35am Tuesdays 5:30pm


1st Thursday 9:00am until 1st Friday at 8:15am Other Thursdays 9:00am-8:00pm


Mon-Thurs: 9:00 am-3:00 pm Friday: 9:00 a.m.– 12:00 p.m. After Hours By Appointment


We welcome you as a family member of Christ the King Parish. It is our hope and prayer that you feel at home with us at weekend masses, prayer times, and parish activities.


Arrangements for baptisms are made by attending a preparation meeting. Parish registration is a pre- requisite for attending the meeting.


Please allow eight months of preparation time. Date arrangements are made after the initial meeting with pastor or a representative before any other commit- ments are made.


If you or one of your loved ones are in need of the Sac- rament contact the rectory or see the priest after Mass. In case of an emergency of illness or death, please con- tact the rectory, ext 1.


A child must be registered in Religious Education classes for two years prior to receiving the Sacraments of Initia- tion.


Individuals who are interested in becoming in full com- munion with the Catholic Church ought to contact the parish rectory for an appointment.

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Sunday, May 15 Fourth Sunday of Easter 8:00 am Anthony Salvato Acts 2:14a, 36-41 Ps

Sunday, May 15 Fourth Sunday of Easter

8:00 am Anthony Salvato

Acts 2:14a, 36-41 Ps 23; 1 Pt 2:20b-25 Jn 10:1-10

10:00 am

Matthew Rusek

12:00 pm

Austin Torney

Monday, May 16 Easter Weekday


8:30 am

For the Unborn

Acts 11:1-18


Jn 10:11-18

Tuesday, May 17 Easter Weekday


Acts 11:19-26

8:30 am Joaquin Danan

Jn 10:22-30

Wednesday, May 18 Easter Weekday St. John I

8:30 am

Mildred Lavrin

Acts 12:24 - 13:5a Jn 12:44-50


Thursday, May 19 Easter Weekday


Acts 13:13-25

8:30 am Ofelia Jarabe

Jn 13:16-20

Friday, May 20 Easter Weekday St. Bernardine of Siena

8:30 am

People of CTK

Acts 13:26-33


Jn 14:1-6

Saturday, May 21 Easter Weekday


Acts 13:44-52

5:00 pm

Gary Stellmach

Jn 14:7-14


Sunday, May 22 Fifth Sunday of Easter

8:00 am Edward Danz

Acts 6:1-7; Ps 33; 1 Pt 2:4-9; Jn 14:1-12

10:00 am

Homero Flores

12:00 pm

Deacon Fred Francl

Pray for Healing

Art Waters, Tina Orlita, Dorothy Hamil, Emily Rusek, Marge Urbonas, Joan Danz, Dave Hepko, Lillian Szmurlo, Coletta Novak, Alex Norkus, Adeline Staib, John Cleary, Cathey Castro, Ed Fontana, Mary Ellen Gallo, Betty Ad- ams, Rev. Thomas White, Terri Jirsa, Kevin Stellmach, Michael Reynertson, Mary Amabile., Ali Broshar, Madalyn Lostumo.

* If it has been longer than six weeks since you or your, loved one’s name has been on the list, please call the rectory to give an update.

Top 10 Things to Promote Vocations For all Catholics:

1. Pray for an increase in vocations to the priesthood and

consecrated life. Jesus says in Matthew 9:38 “to beg the mas- ter of the harvest to send laborers into the vineyard.” If we want more priests, sisters and brothers, we all need to ask.

2. Teach young people how to pray. Pope Benedict XVI said

that unless we teach our youth how to pray, they will never hear God calling them into a deeper relationship with Him and into the discipleship of the Church.

3. Invite active young adults and teens to consider a vocation

to the priesthood or consecrated life. A simple, sincere com-

ment should not be underestimated. An easy way to do this can be remembered by four letters: ICNU. “John, I see in you (ICNU) the qualities that would make a good priest.

4. Make it attractive. Show the priesthood for what it truly is

– a call to be a spiritual father to the whole family of faith.

Similarly, the consecrated life for a young woman is a call to be united to Christ in a unique way, and to be a spiritual mother to those she encounters in her life and service.

5. Preach it, brother! Vocations must be talked about regu-

larly if a “vocation culture” is to take root in parishes and homes. This means, first and foremost, the people need to hear about vocations from priests through homilies, prayers

of the faithful, and discussions in the classroom. Vocations kept out of sight are out of mind. For those considering a vocation:

6. Practice the faith. We all need to be reminded that the

whole point of our lives is to grow in a deep, intimate and loving relationship with God. This is the first step for any young person desiring to discern any call in life. 7. Enter into the Silence. Silence is key to sanity and whole- ness. We can only “hear” the voice of God if we are quiet. Take out the ear buds of your iPhone, iPod, and iTunes and

listen to God, the great I AM. Young people should try to spend 15 minutes of quiet prayer each day.

8. Be a good disciple. Some bishops say, “We do not have a

vocation crisis; we have a discipleship crisis.” Young people can become true followers of Jesus Christ by serving those around them.

9. Ask God. Ask God what He wants for your life and know

He only wants what is good for you. If, in fact, you are called to the priesthood or consecrated life, it will be the path to great joy and contentment. 10. In the immortal words of a famous sneaker manufacturer:

“Just do it!” If you feel that God is inviting you to “try it

out,” apply to the seminary or religious order. Remember, the seminary or convent is a place of discernment. You will not be ordained or asked to profess vows for many years, provid- ing ample opportunity to explore the possibility of a call to priesthood or religious life.

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Mid Year Financial Report

Dear Parishioners, Below is the CTK mid year look at revenues and expenses. Should you have any questions or con- cerns please feel free to contact the finance council. - overall revenues within budget though recent trends in white and green are down and in need of increased support. - expenses in line with budgets, no surprises or unusual expenses. - net income is positive at this point but will decrease as school revenues collections is ahead of expenses and capital expenses come due. - academy continues to grow and do well along with religious education - parish is current on all bills and assessments. For further questions or clarifications contact finance@CTKlombard.org attention Rich.

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Stewardship of Treasure April 23-24, 2011 Collection

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This week’s total


Weekly Budget



+ $2,967.05

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- $546.00

Gold Envelopes



Gold Budget


Good Friday


Easter Collection


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The Council of Catholic Women invites you to be part of our Flowers for Fathers’
The Council of Catholic Women invites you to be part of our Flowers for Fathers’

The Council of Catholic Women invites you to be part of our Flowers for Fathers’ Day project. To have their names printed in the a special insert in the Bulletin on Father's Day and to order Carnations to honor your Father. Grand Fathers and God Fathers. Simply write the names you wish to re- member printed in all capital letters and add your name and phone number along with $2.00 for each Carnation you order. Then place completed orders with payment in an envelope marked “CCW Flowers” in the collec- tion basket during Mass. Flowers will be handed out to those who ordered them on Father's Day. The dead- line for ordering flowers is Sunday - June 5th and the deadline to have the names published in the bulletin is - June 12th .

The Story of John’s Gospel

The Story of John’s Gospel You are invited to attend a presentation of a DVD on

You are invited to attend a presentation of a DVD on the Book of John, on three con- secutive Wednesday evenings, in the Parish Life Center at 7:30 p.m. Mark your calendars for May 18 and 25 and plan to attend during this Easter Season. This movie and presentation is hosted by our Wednesday evening Bible study faith community. Let us enter in the personal story which portrays the Gospel of John we hear proclaimed at Mass.

Council of Catholic Women - Christ the King Parish - May 2011 What’s Happenin g

Council of Catholic Women - Christ the King Parish - May 2011

What’s Happening

May 19 – Join us for a Holy Hour at 7:00 pm on Thursday, May 19 th for Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament, the recitation of the Rosary and Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament. The prayer intention of the Holy Hour will be for Women of the Church.

Help Wanted: If you are interested in helping with one of CCW’s chairmanships or projects next year, please let us know. Call Anna at 630-620-7797; Mary Ellen at 630-495 -1339. You would be most welcome. We hope to hear from you.

Prayer Requests:

bonas and her family in your prayers. Please pray for peace in our world.

Please continue to keep Marge Ur-

Wishing you a warm and happy month of May!

hope you find the following information interesting: The

dedication of the month of May to our Blessed Mother

began in Italy in 1784

century in the United States as members of the faithful were encouraged to bring the celebration into their homes. The recitation of the Rosary, the crowing of the Blessed Virgin Mary and decorated May altars have been part of the month-long celebration ever since. Make the month a little more special this year by setting up a May Altar in your home as a place to spend time in prayer.


It spread widely during the 19 th

Protecting God’s Children

Saturday, May 21 at 9:00 a.m. or Thursday, May 26 at 6:30 p.m.

Please go to the web site www.virtusonline.org to register. All Lectors, Eucharistic Ministers and Sacristans must attend a protecting God’s children workshop in the Diocese of Joliet. If you have already attended a work- shop, you do not need to attend a second time. For more information please contact Eileen at 630-396-6076 or Bill 630-396-6077.

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Novena to the Holy Spirit


On my knees before the great multitude of heavenly witnesses, I

offer myself, soul and body to You, Eternal Spirit of God. I adore the brightness of Your purity, the unerring keenness of Your justice, and the might of Your love. You are the Strength and Light of my soul. In You I live and move and am. I desire never to grieve You by unfaithfulness to grace and I pray with all my heart to be kept from the smallest sin against You. Mercifully guard my every thought and grant that I may always watch for Your light, and listen

to Your voice, and follow Your gracious inspirations. I cling to You

and give myself to You and ask You, by Your compassion to watch over me in my weakness. Holding the pierced Feet of Jesus and looking at His Five Wounds, and trusting in His Precious Blood and adoring His opened Side and stricken Heart, I implore You, Ador- able Spirit, Helper of my infirmity, to keep me in Your grace that I may never sin against You. Give me grace, O Holy Spirit, Spirit of the Father and the Son to say to You always and everywhere, "Speak Lord for Your servant heareth." Amen. (To be recited daily during the Novena)


O Lord Jesus Christ Who, before ascending into heaven did promise

to send the Holy Spirit to finish Your work in the souls of Your Apostles and Disciples, deign to grant the same Holy Spirit to me that He may perfect in my soul, the work of Your grace and Your love. Grant me: The Spirit of Wisdom that I may despise the per- ishable things of this world and aspire only after the things that are eternal, The Spirit of Understanding to enlighten my mind with the light of Your divine truth, The Spirit of Counsel that I may ever choose the surest way of pleasing God and gaining heaven, The Spirit of Fortitude that I may bear my cross with You and that I may overcome with courage all the obstacles that oppose my salvation, The Spirit of Knowledge that I may know God and know myself and grow perfect in the science of the Saints, The Spirit of Piety that I may find the service of God sweet and amiable, The Spirit of Fear that I may be filled with a loving reverence towards God and may dread in any way to displease Him. Mark me, dear Lord, with the sign of Your true disciples and animate me in all things with Your Spirit. Amen. (To be recited daily during the Novena) Heal our wounds--our strength renews; On our dryness pour Thy dew, Wash the stains of guilt away. The Gift of Counsel- The gift of Counsel endows the soul with supernatural prudence, enabling it to judge promptly and rightly what must done, especially in difficult circumstances. Counsel ap- plies the principles furnished by Knowledge and Understanding to the innumerable concrete cases that confront us in the course of our daily duty as parents, teachers, public servants, and Christian citi- zens. Counsel is supernatural common sense, a priceless treasure in the quest of salvation. "Above all these things, pray to the Most High, that He may direct thy way in truth." Prayer- Come, O Spirit of Counsel, help and guide me in all my ways, that I may always do Thy holy will. Incline my heart to that which is good; turn it away from all that is evil, and direct me by the straight path of Thy commandments to that goal of eternal life for which I long. Our Father and Hail Mary ONCE. Glory be to the Father SEVEN TIMES.

Knights of Columbus Working to Raise Money for a New Ultrasound Machine

The Knights of Columbus-Fr. Dick Allen Council (#10926) have been working hard to provide an ultrasound for Woman's Choice Services! At the fish fry at St. Jude in New Lenox, the Knights raffled off Blackhawk's and Bull's tickets in order to achieve the funds necessary. As a non-profit organization, WCS relies solely on the generosity of donors, such as the Knights, to provide for our needs. The life- saving work of WCS is a direct fruit of your kind- ness.

saving work of WCS is a direct fruit of your kind- ness. Pictured: Fr. Lewandowski, Jim

Pictured: Fr. Lewandowski, Jim Werner, Jillian No- zar, Mike Rubino, and Mike Nowakowski.

Werner, Jillian No- zar, Mike Rubino, and Mike Nowakowski. Living Out Loud! Our Jr. High teens
Werner, Jillian No- zar, Mike Rubino, and Mike Nowakowski. Living Out Loud! Our Jr. High teens
Werner, Jillian No- zar, Mike Rubino, and Mike Nowakowski. Living Out Loud! Our Jr. High teens

Living Out Loud!

Our Jr. High teens will be doing an overnight mission experience locally June 15‐16. We will stay here in the PLC overnight and experience service, prayer, Mass, Adoration, and tons of fun! Some of our past service sites include:

 St. Vincent DePaul Chicago  Daybreak Center Joliet  Sharing Connection  Woodridge Food Pantry  Helping out Local Seniors  Marklund  Humanitarian Service Project

We still have spaces open! If you are now in 5th, 6th or 7th grade and would like to attend, please contact Sherry Rochford ASAP for a registration packet and more information.

7th grade and would like to attend, please contact Sherry Rochford ASAP for a registration packet

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“Upon all of you I invoke an outpouring of the Gifts of the Spirit, so

“Upon all of you I invoke an outpouring of the Gifts of the Spirit, so that in our time too, we may have the experience of a renewed Pentecost.”

Pope Benedict XVI


June 9: 7:00pm-9:00pm; June 10: 7:00pm-9:00pm; and June 11: 9:00am-2:30pm Christ the King Parish Life Center

This program offers you an opportunity to understand and experience:

 God the Father’s love for you  Jesus Christ, the reality of the Father’s love for you  The Holy Spirit inviting you to a new life through the power of his love

Series of Topics

 God’s Love: Knowing more about God and truth; the unconditional love of God the Father  Salvation: The Father’s plan for us  New life in Christ Jesus: The source of new life; experiencing the power of reconciliation  An Invitation to Praise Our God: Importance of praise  Receiving God’s Gift: Manifesting different gifts  You Will Receive Power: Praying for the Baptism in the Holy Spirit  Growth and Transformation: Way to foster continual growth; appreciating Christian Community

To register, please fill out the form below or visit our website at www.ctklombard.org and click on the LISS link!

New Life in the Spirit Seminar REGISTRATION FORM

YES! I will attend the New Life in the Spirit Seminar at Christ the King!




Number attending:

Please return this form BY MAY 31 to the parish office or drop it in the collection basket. If you have any questions, please contact Dolores Aikman, (630) 247-0452, or Oscar Manicad at (630) 953-2488.

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Christ Christ The The King’s King’s 15th 15th Annual Annual “ “ Fish Fish &
Christ Christ The The King’s King’s 15th 15th Annual Annual “ “ Fish Fish &

ChristChrist TheThe King’sKing’s 15th15th AnnualAnnual FishFish && CutCut BaitBait // FishingFishing DerbyDerby

On May 28th. 2011 At 9:00a.m. At Montini pond located at 16th Street & School St. in Lombard for the Knights of Columbus, Families, Friends, Boy & Girl Scouts, CCD & Students of Christ The King Academy Food / Refreshments / Prizes & Fishing Tool will be provided (No Fishing Permit Needed)

So come out and enjoy yourself rain or shine.

Fishing Directors, Eddie Sowa, Art Waters & his measuring stick & that Lovable Ex-Cook Ed Pacilli

“I came so that they might have life and have it more abundantly.” God wishes

“I came so that they might have life and have it more abundantly.” God wishes for us to have a happy and abundant life with our spouse. We need to take time to learn how to make this happen. Plan to attend a Worldwide Mar- riage Encounter Weekend on June 3-5, 2011. Con- tact Tim and Pat Doyle, 630-577-0778. For more information visit our website at: wwmejoliet.org.

The Gift of Life

Generous donations to the church, by the Knights of Colum- bus, the Saint Vincent DePaul food pantry, the Council of Catholic Women, and from the proceeds from the sale of the commemorative bricks, have provided for the purchase of an AED (Automated External Defibrillator) for the church build- ing.

It will be installed in the Narthex, for easy access, as soon as possible.

In partnership with the vendor, training for ushers and greeters in CPR and AED use will be scheduled. In addition, the train- ing will be offered in CPR and AED use to all of the parishion- ers of Christ the King- free of charge! This training, by a pa- rishioner, Roberta Beckman, will be in compliance with American Heart Association standards. If you wish an AHA certificate of course completion, there will be a $10 charge.

The classes should take about 2 hours.

Lombard fire department has asked us to purchase this, which will be a safety net for our parishioners who may need it.

If you are interested in the CPR / AED training session, please complete the information below, and drop it in the collection basket. OR, see a member of the Administration Commission in the Narthex after Mass the weekends of May 14 /15, and May 21/22. Once we determine the number of responses, scheduling and more information will be available.

Please, be prepared to save a life.

Yes, I/we are interested in the class on CPR, and AED use. Please contact us with more information.

Name (printed)


City, state, zip



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Christ the King Early Learning Academy 115 E. 15 th St. Lombard, IL 60148 630-627-0640 Open House Friday, May 20 th 4-6PM Come visit our school! Our classrooms will be ready for you! Come play on our Smart Boards! Please share this info with a friend or neighbor!

His Excellency the Most Reverend Thomas John Paprocki, Bishop of Springfield in Il wrote:

One of Satan's greatest assets is his camouflage, the belief that he doesn't exist. Disbelief in Satan and the

forces of evil leave us unable to resist them. That is why it is good to remember the Prayer to Saint Michael the Archangel. We need to remember that each time we pray we work to defeat our real enemies, not each other, but rather the devil and his evil spirits In recent years, a number of parishes have begun reciting the prayer once more, and many individual Catholics have kept up the practice. Both Pope John Paul II and Pope Benedict XVI have urged the faithful to pray it daily, and especially after Mass. On the back of the prayer cards to be placed in the pews, Bishop Paprocki explains his vision for the Dio- cese, using some of the homily he preached at the Masses of Welcome celebrated in each of the Diocese's seven deaneries:

I envision a local Church where Catholics seek to grow in holiness, attend Mass every Sunday and partici-

pate regularly in the sacramental life of the Church. I see Catholics, who love God with all their heart, mind

and soul and love their neighbors as themselves. I see the faithful who bear witness to Jesus Christ in their daily lives and promote respect for all human life from conception to natural death.

I envision an abundance of vocations with priests sufficient to staff and serve our parishes with virtuous

commitment. I see dedicated deacons, nuns, brothers and lay people teaching the faith, caring for the sick, reaching out to the poor and dying. I see communities where family life is valued, homes where mothers and fathers love their children and whose children love them. In short, I envision God's kingdom already fore- shadowed in the life of the Church and a foretaste of the heavenly banquet in the Eucharistic feast. Everything that I have described is attainable. The only real obstacle in our lives is sin. Original sin is our inherited condition. The spiritual treasures of paradise were forfeited by our human ancestors. While Jesus Christ's death and resurrection have restored the gifts of heavenly treasures for us, we also have to recog- nize that the devil, Satan, is real, and he will do everything in his power to deflect us from our goal, which is eternal life with Christ in His kingdom. This reality should not frighten us nor lead us to despair, for Christ

is more powerful than Satan. Prayer and the sacraments are an essential part of what Saint Paul called the "armor of God" in his letter to the Ephesians. The Saint Michael prayer can help us "stand against the deceits of the devil" (Ephesians 6:11) by "taking the shield of faith" (Ephesians 6:16). God permits us to be tempted by the devil but gives us the grace to resist him through prayer in our daily lives. We can and should say the prayer to Saint Michael the Archangel at church with the assembly or on our own during the day for spiritual protection for our- selves and for others. May God bless our diocese and our mission with every grace we need to grow in faith, hope and love. May Saint Michael the Archangel protect us from all evil, harm and temptation. Amen.

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Footprints of God DVD Series By Steve Ray Tuesdays @ 9:00 a.m. or 7:00 p.m.

Footprints of God DVD Series

By Steve Ray Tuesdays @ 9:00 a.m. or 7:00 p.m.

In the Parish Life Center Join us each morning at 8:30 a.m. for Mass followed by Coffee & donuts. We will begin shortly after Mass with prayer and presenta- tion. The evening presentation will be the same as the morning beginning at 7:00 p.m.

May 17

Jesus The Word Became Flesh Ch 3 To Pay the Price Ch 4 We Beheld His Glory

How could a laborer who chiseled rocks and cut wood forgive sins, heal the sick and raise the dead? Who was this first century carpenter who changed the whole course of history?

We will present Stephen Ray, best selling author and popular Bible teacher, DVD series, “The Word Became Flesh”, as he catches fish in the Sea of Galilee, camps along the Jordan, and explores the places Jesus lived and performed his miracles. Join the incredible journey through the streets of Jeru- salem to Calvary and the tomb, to the Resurrection and Pentecost. Gain a deeper appreciation for our Savior and the salvation he purchased for the world.

May 24

Mary the Mother of God Ch 1 The Daughter of Zion Ch 2 The Doorway

May 31 Mary the Mother of God Ch 3 Mother of the Church Ch 4 Queen of Heaven She was a humble girl from an ordinary Jewish family. Yet Mary came to be exalted as the daugh- ter of Zion, the Mother of God, and the Queen of Heaven. All because this simple girl said a simple word: Yes!

Prayers and Resources for the Family

O Holy Family of Nazareth,

community of love of Jesus, Mary and Joseph, model and ideal of every Christian fam- ily, to you we entrust our

families. Open the heart of every family

to the faith, to welcoming the

word of God, to Christian wit- ness, so that it become a source of new and holy voca- tions. Touch the hearts of parents, so that with prompt char- ity, wise care, and loving devotion they be for their sons and daughters sure guides towards spiritual and eternal values. Stir up in the hearts of young people a right conscience and a free will, so that growing in "wisdom, age and grace", they might welcome generously the gift of a divine vocation. Holy Family of Nazareth, grant that all of us, contem- plating and imitating the assiduous prayer, generous obedience, dignified poverty and virginal purity lived out in your midst, might set about fulfilling the will of God and accompanying with far-sighted sensitivity those among us who are called to follow more closely the Lord Jesus, who "has given himself for us" (cf. Gal



us who are called to follow more closely the Lord Jesus, who "has given himself for

To all Lectors and Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion:


Training for Liturgical Ministers will take place on Sat- urday, September 24 from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. at St. Charles Borromeo Pastoral Center located in Romeoville, IL. These sessions will provide work- shops on training of Lectors, Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion, Ushers/Greeters and Worship Com- missions. More information and a registration form

will be out by mid-August.

saving this date. It is over 4 months from now - so hopefully your calendar is not already booked. These training events are sponsored through the Diocese and will be with parishes from all over. I hope you can at- tend.

Bill Runge

I would appreciate you

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World Day of Prayer for Vocations Mass Life Source Blood Drive Mass Mass Bow-Wow SVPD food

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Footprints of God Staff Meeting Rosary and Chaplet Footprints of God Baptism Prep Class Admin Committee Meeting Footprints of God

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Choir Rehearsal

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Priest Day of Recollection Adoration Comm Meeting Prayer Group

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Protecting God’s Children Altar Server Training Wedding Confessions Mass

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Mass Confirmation Retreat # 6 Liturgy of the Word for Children Mass Bow-Wow Mass Baptism Rehearse for home school grad Home school mass/grad/recp

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Allison Achenbaugh McKenna Sanders

Hannah Krause Emily Chmielewski

Ryan Lim

Danielle Lavedas

Altar Server

Kiera McLaughlin

Christoph Gaffud


Kristiana Prado

Anna Sandei


Adrienne Forstneger Joseph Maderak Mary Maderak Flo Kaminski Joseph Iapichino Elizabeth Carnahan Diane Denn

Michelle Iwinski

MonaLisa Dourado Angela Oliveros Jeanne Myscofski Ronald Myscofski Iner Olson Ed Schumann Karen Schumann

Brenda Sasso Joyce Sasso Leslie McNamara Norma Migali Roberta Beckman Patricia Millsap Sharon Pierscionek

Grace Marola


Lolita Javier

Minister of

Florence Owens

Holy Com-

Mercedita Alzona


Arsenio Alzona

Russell Gaden


Ken Reinebach

Dolores Aikman

Amar Patel

Margaret Urbonas



Peter Jarosz

Fr. Bob Schoenstene

Fr. Bob Schoenstene

Fr. Peter Jarosz

Ministers of


& K. Campbell, M. Gonzalo, E. Lay, L. Michalik, S. Pierscionek, Chub Thompson, M. Novak, E&


E Mears , J. & E. Rodenas.



Christ The King


ADDRESS — 1501 South Main Street Lombard, IL 60148



CONTACT PERSON — Eileen Maggiore


SOFTWARE — Microsoft Publisher 2007 E-Mail from bulletin@ctklombard.org Adobe Acrobat


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