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Monday, May 14, 2012 Saint Matthias, Apostle 6:30 - All Mothers (living & deceased) 7:30 - Bronislawa Figus - Blessing for health 8:30 - Jan Kowalczyk - Jacob & Genevieve Klumbis, Bernard Keating 7:00PM - POLISH MASS Tuesday, May 15, 2012 Saint Isidore 6:30 - All Mothers (living & deceased) 7:30 - Zofia Stopka - Blessing, Zofia Janik, Zofia Klus 8:30 - Salvatore & Rosaria Sturino - Harry Lott, Stefan Rapacz - Birthday Remembrance 7:00PM - POLISH MASS Wednesday, May 16, 2012 6:30 - All Mothers (living & deceased) 7:30 8:10 - MORNING PRAYER OF THE CHURCH 8:30 - Bob Wright - Birthday Remembrance - Adolph & Evelyn Bloczynski, Robert Paulus 7:00PM - POLISH MASS Thursday, May 17, 2012 6:30 - All Mothers (living & deceased) 7:30 8:30 - Pat Seiler, Mary & Joseph Trojak 7:00PM - POLISH MASS Friday, May 18, 2012 Saint John I, Pope and Martyr 6:30 - All Mothers (living & deceased) 7:30 8:30 - Victoria & Edward Slavik - Walter & Alice Zagajewski 7:00PM - POLISH MASS Saturday, May 19, 2012 7:30 8:30 - Fran Napleton, Josephine & Frank Zagajewski - Stefan Rapacz - Wedding Remembrance 5:00PM - Al Steffek, Anthony & Marie Chmielewski - Stanley Ojer Sunday, May 20, 2012 Seventh Sunday of Easter / Ascension of the Lord 6:15 7:30 - For the Parishioners, Ken Martin 9:00 - Joseph, Helen, Harrieta Boladz - Joyce Pubins, Joseph Rawski 10:30 - Jan, Elzbieta & Jozef Scurek, Anna Galarowicz 12:00PM - John Bourke, John Lawlor Jr. 1:30PM - Wojciech & Anna Tylka 5:00PM 6:30PM - Juan & Maria Hernandez 25th Wedding Anniversary

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Heavenly Father,
Bless all those you have entrusted with motherhood. Inspire them to follow the example of Mary, Mother of our Lord and follow in her fidelity, humility and selfless love. May all mothers receive your grace abundantly in this life, and may they look forward to eternal joy in Your presence in heaven. Amen
MINISTERS OF CARE MEETING Next Ministers of Care meetings will be held at the rectory on Wednesday, May 16, 10:30 a.m. and Saturday, May 19, 2:30 p.m.

THE PRESENCE OF THE HOLY SPIRIT We have a unique episode in the Acts of the Apostles today. A whole roomful of people are baptized with the Holy Spirit before they are baptized with water! The verb usedthe Holy Spirit fell on them (Acts 10:44)is characteristic of the way the Spirit works throughout the book of Acts: powerful and surprising. Though this baptism is not the normative way the New Testament describes baptism, it is still a good reminder today that the Holy Spirit is not controlled by whether or not we pour water, but rather that our sacramental signs reveal the presence of the Spirit at work among us. And we have a double reinforcement of how this work is accomplished from a Letter and a Gospel bearing Johns name. It is love, self-sacrificing and selfgiving love, that manifests the Spirit of Jesus in our midst. It is love that is the greatest of commandments. The Spirit is manifested equally through those who live in that love. Copyright J. S. Paluch Co.

Saint Albert the Great

SIXTH SUNDAY of Easter - MAY 13, 2012


ILLINOIS 60459 708-423-0321


May, 2012

Dear Friends in Christ: This is my commandment: love one another as I love you. No one has greater love than this, to lay down ones life for ones friends. You are my friends if you do what I command you. Love one another. John 15:9-17 This year, these words of Jesus to his disciples in the Gospel of John are proclaimed throughout the world on the 6th Sunday of Easter. As we celebrate Mothers Day in the United States, Jesus command to love one another takes on special meaning for all families in our country. In the Archdiocese of Chicago, this day provides a special gift of love and support to mothers, grandmothers and families who are raising their children in poverty, hunger and homelessness, as we take up the Catholic Charities Collection on Mothers Day in parishes throughout Cook and Lake Counties. Your Mothers Day gift to Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Chicago will assist thousands of struggling families and vulnerable children of all races and religions who rely on us to meet their basic human needs of food, clothing and shelteras well as those parents and children who benefit from Catholic Charities professional services such as stable, affordable housing; job training; counseling and child care. Since Catholic Charities founding in 1917, through two World Wars and the Great Depression, as well as the rising and falling economic tides of every decade, Catholic Charities has increasingly offered hope and help to struggling families, children and seniors of all faiths. Catholic Charities conducts 157 programs at 162 locations in Cook and Lake Counties and annually reaches more than one million men, women and children in need. These services include accredited child-care programs, family and individual counseling, home-delivered meals for seniors, affordable apartments for lowincome seniors, the St. Leo Residence for Veterans, emergency food pantries and weekly suppers. Through your generosity to Catholic Charities, you offer Easter joy and a future of hope to mothers, fathers, grandparents and caregivers whose lives are governed by poverty as they struggle daily to provide food, clothing, schooling and safety to their most precious possessions, their children. In the Gospel, Jesus shows us the nature of his unconditional love, and invites us to live in his love. As followers of Jesus, we strive to imitate the sheer magnitude of his generosity to us by caring for mothers and their families in need. Thank you for your generosity to our brothers and sisters who rely on our love and the services of Catholic Charities. May the Risen Christ bless all mothers and their loved ones with the fullness of his love. Sincerely yours in Christ, Francis Cardinal George, O.M.I. Archbishop of Chicago

In the Gospel (John 13:34) Jesus asks us to love others as he loves us. Since we have so many depictions of love in what we see on TV and read and listen to in popular music it would be good to understand exactly what is the love Jesus speaks of. There are four words for love in Greek: (stergo), love of parents for children, (philia), love for friends, we would say friendship, (eros), selfish love, erotic love, (agape), unselfish love, wanting what is best for the other. It is always this fourth word, , that the evangelists use to describe the love of Jesus and it is this word that he uses to ask us to love others as he loved us. How do you love others with this love? Jesus has given us many pieces of advice for loving others with this love. Always treat others as you would like them to treat you. (Matt 7:12) Love your enemies. (Matt 5:44) We are not called to like our enemies but to love them. We are to forgive not seven times but seventy-seven times (Matt 18:22). Someone has said that forgiveness is the highest form of love. It is easy to love those who are good to us but what about loving those who have hurt us? The more serious the hurt the more difficult it is to love them. Therefore we need to heal these hurts so that we can love others. Jesus said we will be known as his disciples by the love we have for one another. We can make heaven on earth by loving as Jesus loved and we get a description of heaven in our second reading today. Today we thank God for the gift of his love for us, we thank Jesus for his love for us. Through prayer, and the healing of hurts through prayer, let us continue to draw strength from God to love others with love as Jesus loved us. (By Fr. T. Lane)

I give you a new commandment: Love one another; just as I have loved you, you also must love one another. (John 13:34)

Eucharistic Adoration
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. Thursdays 7:00 8:00 pm in the church
LET US PRAY For the sick: Irene Korosa, Kevin Wiseman, Mitchell Sidorski, Marge Nunez, Marlene Johanes, Nancy Johanes, Arletta Ceynow, Judy Monyak, Anthony Dinovella, Melissa Porfirio, Gerry Smagacz, Michael Mazurek, Pat Fischer, Jeffrey Andrews, Barbara Pavlich, Bill & Ruth Eichnamm, Diane & Robert Juris, Dorothy Reid, Erin DeValek, Salvatore Bottari, Theresa Lonski, Alex Silverman, Pat Williams, Harriet Madey, Richard Polancyk, Andrea Pellicano, Sister Patricia Labuda, Cooper Grant, Carol Berghuis, Johana Pusateri, Janelle Demski, Walter Anderson, Denis Hedderman & Family, Loretta Paulus, Shirley McVane, Catherine, Katie & Lucy Hedderman, Richard & Marilyn Buchalski, Don Kupiec, Cheryl Korosa, Penny Prokop, Mary Ann Riccio. For the deceased: Stanislaw Zalesny, Thomas McCartney.


Don't forget that Manna is sold in the vestibule of the church on the 3rd Sunday of the month following the 7:30 AM Mass - Noon. On Hand gift certificates for May will be Speedway, Jewel, Kohl's, Best Buy, Mabenka, and now Chuck's! Please help our school, with this program, you only buy what you want or need, and the school receives a small percentage. Order forms are available in the rectory and prepaid orders need to be placed by Noon on Monday for same week delivery. Call the school office @ 708-424-7757 for more information. If anyone has any new photos, names, or changes for our military bulletin board please contact Alice @ the school office, 708-424-7757.
March 14 - 18 at St. Alberts
Monday, May 14 6:30 pm Parish Council 8:00 pm Holy Name Society Tuesday, May 15 7:00 pm Bingo 5:00 pm Choir Wednesday, May 16 6:00 pm Boy Scouts 6:30 pm St. Vincent De Paul Thursday, May 17 7:00 pm Adoration Friday, May 18 6:00 pm Cub Scouts

Help rise funds for the St. Albert the Great School on Wednesday, May 16, 2012 anytime between 5-8-pm. Dine in or drive through, at the Wendys at 79th and Harlem. You can make a difference! We hope to see you there! Market Day offers over 180 convenient, quality foods at competitive prices, and your satisfaction is guaranteed. Most products are not available at our local stores. Many families buy their meats, poultry, family meals and other items from Market Day instead of the grocery store. Let Market Day be part of your monthly shopping experience, and help our school at the same time. Market Day order forms are due May 14, Pick-up is May 21 at 6:00 pm in school -Room 101

Wendy s Community Night

Happy Wedding Anniversary

25 years - Juan & Maria Hernandez
WEEKEND OF MAY 5/6, 2012 $14,829.00


Drodzy Przyjaciele w Chrystusie,

13 maj, 2012 r.

To jest moje przykazanie, abycie si wzajemnie miowali, tak jak Ja was umiowaem. Nikt nie ma wikszej mioci od tej, gdy kto ycie swoje oddaje za przyjaci swoich. Wy jestecie przyjacimi moimi, jeeli czynicieto, co wam przykazuj.To wam przykazuj, abycie si wzajemnie miowali (J 15, 9-17). W szst niedziel wielkanocn w tym roku na caym wiecie goszone s powysze sowa Jezusa skierowane do Jego uczniw w Ewangelii w. Jana. W Stanach Zjednoczonych akurat w tym dniu przypada wito Matki, a wic przykazanie Jezusa abycie si wzajemnie miowali nabiera dodatkowo szczeglnego znaczenia dla wszystkich rodzin w caym kraju. W Archidiecezji Chicago, w parafiach powiatw Cook i Lake dzie specjalnej Kolekty na rzecz Katolickiej Organizacji Charytatywnej z okazji Dnia Matki przynosi specjalny prezent w postaci mioci i wsparcia dla bezdomnych matek, bab i rodzin wychowujcych dzieci w niedostatku i godzie. Wasz prezent na Dzie Matki na rzecz Katolickiej Organizacji Charytatywnej Archidiecezji Chicago wspomoe tysice rodzin i dzieci wszystkich ras i wyzna, ktre borykajc si z codziennymi trudnociami licz na nas w zaspokojeniu podstawowych potrzeb yciowych - ywnoci, odzienia i dachu nad gow. Wasz dar wspomoe rwnie tych rodzicw i dzieci, ktrzy korzystaj z usug Katolickiej Organizacji Charytatywnej zapewniajcej profesjonaln pomoc w znalezieniu staego niedrogiego miejsca zamieszkania, przygotowanie zawodowe, poradnictwo i opiek nad dziemi. Od chwili zaoenia w roku 1917 poprzez lata obydwu wojen wiatowych i czas Wielkiej Depresji jak rwnie poprzez wszystkie etapy rozkwitu i kryzysw gospodarczych przydarzajcych si w kadym dziesicioleciu Katolicka Organizacja Charytatywna bya zawsze rdem pomocy i nadziei dla rodzin, dzieci i ludzi starszych wszelkich wyzna, ktrzy zmagaj si z problemami bytowymi. Katolicka Organizacja Charytatywna w powiatach Cook i Lake prowadzi sto pidziesit siedem programw w stu szedziesiciu dwch lokalizacjach. Udziela rocznie pomocy ponad milionowi mczyzn, kobiet i dzieci znajdujcych si w potrzebie. Usugi wiadczone przez t organizacj obejmuj akredytowane programy opieki nad dziemi, poradnictwo indywidualne i rodzinne oraz dostarczanie do domw posikw dla osb starszych. Organizacja ta zapewnia rwnie tanie mieszkania dla osb starszych o niskich dochodach, prowadzi kompleks mieszkaniowy dla weteranw im w. Leonarda (St. Leo Residence for Veterans) prowadzi punkty wydawania ywnoci i oferuje cotygodniowe kolacje. Wasze szczodre ofiary na rzecz Katolickiej Organizacji Charytatywnej przynios wielkanocn rado i nadziej na lepsze jutro yjcym w biedzie matkom, ojcom, dziadkom i opiekunom w ich codziennych staraniach o zapewnienie ywnoci, odzienia, edukacji i bezpiecznego domu osobom w ich yciu najwaniejszym czyli ich dzieciom. Jezus ukazujcy w Ewangelii istot swojej bezwarunkowej mioci zaprasza nas tym samym do ycia Jego mioci. Bdc naladowcami Jezusa okazujcego nam nieprzebran szczodro, powinnimy i za jego przykadem okazujc trosk o matki i ich rodziny w potrzebie. Dzikuj za Wasz hojno wobec naszych braci i sistr, ktrzy licz na nasz mio i na pomoc ze strony Katolickiej Organizacji Charytatywnej. Niech Zmartwychwstay Chrystus pobogosawi wszystkie matki i ich bliskich peni swojej mioci. Szczerze oddany w Chrystusie, Francis Kardyna George, O.M.I.
Arcybiskup Chicago

Zapraszamy wszystkich parafian do udziau w Naboestwach Majowych i Mszy witej w poniedziaki, rody i pitki o godzinie 7:00 wieczorem.