7399 West 159th Street Tinley Park IL 60477 708-429-6767 www.stjulie.org MAY 22 Jubilee Year of Mercy December 8, 2015 to November 20, 2016 Mercy Mondays See page 11 Mercy Outreach Weekend See page 7, 11, 12 Page 2 Inside this Issue 2 Fr. Lou’s Line 3 Parish Happenings and Highlights 4 Parish Calendar Sacrificial Giving 5 Minister’s Schedules Mass Intentions FR. LOU’S LINE... TRINITY SUNDAY… ORDINATIONS… As we return to Ordinary Time in the liturgical calendar, the first two Sundays after Pentecost are Solemnities: The Most Holy Trinity followed by The Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ. Today, we contemplate the mystery of God as a trinity of persons in one God. God has revealed Gods’-self to us as Father, Son and Holy Spirit. This image of God helps us to be in relationship with God who is beyond all understanding. This weekend, five priests were ordained to serve in the Archdiocese of Chicago. This class has the distinction of being the smallest class in the history of the Archdiocese! Unfortunately, their record will only stand for one year as the Class of 2017 has only four candidates! This prompts three thoughts: 1. Please pray for our newly ordained as they begin their service to the Church as priests. May they transition well into parish ministry and find inspiration to be good and faithful priests. Because God’s desire is that we be close, the revelation of God as Father, Son and Spirit invites us into an intimacy with God. Our expe2. Pray for and encourage vocations! God has 6 rience in life helps us to see the relationship: a a calling to each and every one of us: to In Our Prayers father and a child, a brother and a close lover. married life, to the single life, to ordained The fact remains that God is ’bigger’ than any 7 priesthood or to Religious life. We need to of our insights of God’s revelation. We only Reflections promote vocations to young people. glimpse the greatness of God. Nevertheless, we Year of Mercy Consider God’s calling and answer yes! are one with God, not because of anything we 8 3. We have heard that there is a priests do, but because God wants to be close to us. Liturgy & Music shortage and yet for most people they have “The Holy Trinity is bound together in a not experienced any shortage of priests. 9 relationship of love, and that love also The effort of Renew My Church in the ArchHuman Concerns binds us to the Trinity. Our mission is to diocese of Chicago is very much concerned let that love be the bond of relationship 10 with the issue of fewer priests for the we have with one another.” Formation future. Who will serve at our altars? Who - From Living the Word Religious Education will Baptize, Marry and Bury our family? I am confident that God will help us, but we 11 will need to seek new ways for us to be a Community Life RETIREMENT(S)... vibrant Church with fewer priests. Today at the 12:00 Noon Mass we will bid fare12 Youth & Young Adults well to Deanne Tumpich. Deanne has served as Director of Music for twenty-five years, and for ROOF FEST and RAFFLE… 13 the last couple of years, the added responsibility Our Parish School On June 24th from 7:30-10:30pm, St. Julie will of Liturgy Director. On behalf of all of us at host ROOF FEST. This is a fundraiser sponsored 14 St. Julie, I extend our heartfelt gratitude for Bulletin Board Deanne’s ministry and our best wishes in retire- by the four parishes that are sponsors to CardiParish Contacts ment! Please join us for a reception in Deanne’s nal Bernardin School. You may recall that last year significant work was needed to address honor after the Noon Mass in the Parish Hall. issues with the roof and wall of the school. A As we prepared for Deanne’s departure loan was necessary for us to get the work done Letters from St. Julie~ from our staff, I recently learned of another and the parishes committed themselves to holdstaff members’ intention to retire. Cindy ing a fundraiser each year to repay the loan. The Sisters of Notre Dame Conachen has been a part of the staff of are the ‘Company of Mary’. St. Julie for nearly three decades! She began As part of the effort we are raffling off a car! working here with her father before she was You too could ride around town in the same In each one ought type of car Pope Francis uses in the Vatican - a ‘officially’ hired. Cindy will step down from to be found Ford Focus! A mailing is going out to all families her position on June 16th. Cindy has cared the spirit of Mary, with information on the event and raffle. Raffle for St. Julie as her ‘second home’ and given the virtue of Mary, much of her self to keep our parish facilities tickets are available at the Parish Office. ($50 clean, working and useful. She will be missed each or 3 for $100). Help us raise the roof and the strength and but we wish her well too, in her retirement. have a fun evening! power of Mary. We will plan a chance to say thank you to Peace & Prayers, ~Julie, Themes Cindy before she departs our staff. PARISH HAPPENINGS & HIGHLIGHTS TO TEACH Page 3 Who Christ Is A campaign for strong parishes, Catholic education and faith formation in the Archdiocese of Chicago NOW is the time for your commitment! Over the course of the last few weeks, many families have received their information detailing the To Teach Who Christ Is campaign either through a fellow parishioner, at the April 28th event, or the mail. Now is the time to return your decision and join together in support of the efforts of St. Julie Billiart Parish & the Archdiocese of Chicago! Let’s all make a difference and come together as a parish. Commitment Weekend will be June 4th & 5th at all Masses. Campaign Update We have raised more than $ 882,845 thanks to the early commitments from 155 families! Thank you for your enthusiasm, generosity, and prayers. As the To Teach Who Christ Is Team concludes, we hope for full parish participation. Your gift will ensure a vibrant future for our parish, and Catholic education across Chicago. For more information about To Teach Who Christ Is, please visit www.toteachwhochristis.org. You may also contact the parish office or the To Teach Who Christ Is office at 312-534-8500. Page 4 PARISH CALENDAR May 23 - 29 Devine Center except where noted. Monday, May 23 Autumn Leaves Rosary - Away St. Peregrine Novena - Chapel SVDP Meeting - Staff Conference Room AA Tuesday, May 24 Feed My Sheep - Away Adult Choir - Parish Hall 10:00 a.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 10:30 a.m. 7:00 p.m. Wednesday, May 25 Thursday, May 26 Friday, May 27 Saturday, May 28 Sunday, May 29 Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament - Chapel Bible Study - Great Room Mercy Monday Committee Meeting - Great Room Holy Hour of Reparation - Chapel TTWCI Meeting - Great Room 8:30 a.m. 9:30 a.m. 12:30 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. Mary Chapel Open 8:30 a.m. Wedding of O’Reilly & Bramson - Church AA 2:00 p.m. 7:30 p.m. Parish Office Regular Hours Monday thru Thursday 8:30am - 8:00pm Closed for lunch 12-1pm Saturday 9:00am - 1:00pm Friday* and Sunday Closed * On Fridays the Mary Chapel will be open from 8:30am - 4:00pm Access only thru doors by the Parish Office. The Body & Blood of Christ Sacrificial Giving for July 1, 2015 thru June 30, 2016 May 15 Needed $20,400.00 Collected $13,269.48 Under Budget ($ 7,130.52) Children’s Envelopes Children’s Amount GiveCentral April 2016 Year to Date $938,400.00 $16,065.50 $881.140.96 ($ 57,259.04) 7 500 Club Winners: May 13, 2016 Feast of St. Julie 1st Prize ~ $1,000 #144 Kathy Supple 2nd Prize ~ $500 #438 John Brennan $7.00 May 15, 2016 Memorial Day Weekend Parish Office Hours Closed Friday, May 27 Open Saturday, May 28 from 9:00am to 1:00pm 1st Prize ~ $100 #391 Peggy Fashingbauer 2nd Prize ~ $25 #489 Sue Clemons Closed Sunday, May 29 Closed Memorial Day, Monday, May 30 Facebook St Julie Billiart Parish Twitter @SJB_Tinley YouTube www.youtube.com MINISTERS AND MASS INTENTIONS Liturgical Ministers May 28/29 (subject to change without notice) Saturday 4:30 p.m. Fr. Lou Tylka Sunday 7:30 a.m. Sunday 9:00 a.m. Page 5 Sunday 10:30 a.m. Sunday 12:00 Noon Sunday 6:00 p.m. Fr. Lou Tylka Fr. Lou Tylka Fr. Bob Regan Fr. Bob Regan Ed Pluchar Ed Pluchar Bill Lubben Bill Lubben B. Rheinheimer S. Rheinheimer C. Hohner J. Hohner C. Setiz E. Hohner C. Scallon J. Haines M. Halicki M. Cothern J. Tuzik N. Gorman C. Nied P. Bedell N. Padgett L. Ignacio J. Benz E. Eubank SERVERS A. Flanagan K. Flanagan T. Scallon J. Burns M. Burns R. Hill R. Connors S. Connors J. Donohoe H. O'Brien J. Prepura N. Todd F. Duncan T. Siebenaler Z. Siebenaler A. Anchinges M. Madden M. Peca EUCHARISTIC MINISTERS R. Bracken C. Conachen M. Grzeslo A. Hayes E. Helmold P. Helmold M. Hernaez K. Keane B. Kmak J. McErlean M. Modjeski J. Neven J. O'Connor M. Ryan T. Scallon B. Twardy B. Weglarz P. Wyrick M. Burmeister B. Daum D. Gallagher M. Geary G. Gestaut M. Jarosch P. Marrs J. Matz J. McMillian S. McMillian M. Murphy M. Norris L. Palmer N. Rosian R. Siepka P. Tunney J. Cavanaugh E. Collins S. Connors R. Espinos M. Estandarte J. Gill J. Hannigan M. Hannigan K. Keller R. Kuta E. Kuta M. Kuta G. Leone D. Mazzuca M. McCarthy D. McClintock M. Mull C. Murray E. Day J. De Vivo P. Fashingbauer P. Flynn M. Keifer T. Keifer P. Kmak C. Kokaska B. Kokaska C. Nied N. Pfieffer C. Prepura Jeff Prepura M. Rubino D. Stanula J. Taylor A. Todd S. Wasinski S. Biel B. Cuba P. Daly D. Dobrzynski L. Freundt K. Intrieri D. Jozwiak J. Kilanowski P. Laspesa T. Lavan M. Marchbanks L. Maurer * P. Moskal M. Pratt P. Siebenaler E. Sniegowski S. Becvar J. Benz D. Buckley T. Corcuera K. Duffy V. Fultz J. Lucas M. O'Donnell T. O'Donnell J. Rickey G. Rimkunas * Not Filled Hot Filled Not Filled Not Filled C. Minatto V. Isherwood M. Plys J. Nels PRESIDER DEACON CANTOR LECTORS 1st 2nd (* denotes sub has been requested and is needed) CHILDREN’S LITURGY Leader Assistant Mass Intentions for Daily Masses Monday - Friday at 8:00 a.m. Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday May 23 May 24 May 25 May 26 +Jesse Lopez +Lillian & Zygmunt Gasiorowski +Rita Zicarelli Deceased members of: Morrissey & Leonard families Brementowne Manor Beloved Deceased of St. Julie Billiart +Alphonse & Jean Michelon +Janina Carrig +Luna Elizabeth Entsminger Deceased members of the Consolo & Ferrara families +Leighton Stone +Mary Stone +Robert J. Jorfe +Jean Sommerfield Fr. Bob Regan Friday May 27 +Matthew E. Szwed +Al Roth +Charles Gniadek +Lorraine Licastro Mass Intentions for the Christian Sabbath, the Lord’s Day Saturday, Sunday, May 29 May 28 4:30 p.m. +Terry & Richard Sharp +David Hillebold +William Kaucky +James Battaglia +Phyllis Tumpich +Val & Petronella Kach +Roman Lukasick 50th Wedding Anniversary Joseph & Helen Considine 7:30 a.m. +Loretta Marth +Mary Ann Boyle +Ann Weston 9:00 a.m. For All Mothers +Pasquale Giampietro +Patricia Cerny +Joseph Cirillo +David Porcaro 10:30 a.m. St. Julie Parishioners +Elmer Korhorn +Phyllis Tumpich +Wayne Jozsa +Peter Komar Evangeline Juvida Most needing souls in purgatory 12:00 p.m. +Doris Jacobs +Orlando David +Michael Presbitero +Emma Pillas +Clarita Generao +Elizabeth Infante Vergilio Angga Individual deceased names will be preceded by the cross (+) sign . 6:00 p.m. +Matthew J. Cadore, Jr. . Page 6 IN OUR PRAYERS OUR BELOVED DEAD NEWLY BAPTIZED Eternal rest grant to them, O Lord. Philippians 1:21 One Lord, one faith, one baptism. Edward Bautista (father of Kathleen Mendoza) Saturday, May 14, 2016 Martha Ecklund (mother of Janis Winters) Grace Catherine, daughter of Christina & Patrick Fulton Thomas McLean (husband of Jacqueline) Rick Roman NEEDING GOOD HEALTH Joseph V. Frencl Cindy Prepura Mike Jordan Janet Coluzzi Susan Mojderik Robert Purcell Pat Johnson Sarah Lillie Joe McCorry Liz Frankenbach Bill Lubben, Sr. Lee Dobbs Dan Lyons John McLean Vivian DeGidio Lawrence Lonero Bill Busby Ephesians 4:5 Sunday, May 15, 2016 Kyrin Storm son of Celina & Enrico Da Valle Ava James, daughter of Adriana & David Dougherty Maximilan Fredrick son of Jamie & Kurt Fryzek Chelsea Diane daughter of Mary & Peter Moritz Griffin Daniel son of Nicole & Daniel Woods ANNIVERSARIES May 22, 2016 50th Wedding Anniversary James and Margaret Catania May Marriage Prep Please keep the following couples in your prayers, as they prepare for marriage. Kaitlin Brennan and Joel Truffa Laura Siamis and Chad Stolzenbach Kendra Anderson and Eric Meyers Jenna Pyznarski and Kevin Rudolph Rachel Dobersztyn and Max Leuter Nicholas James son of Julia Gordon & Kevin Von Borries SERVING OUR COUNTRY * Thomas Ryan, USMC Major Jim Hannigan, US Army 1st Lt. Brian Sutor, USAF Lt. Col. Tom Vogel, US Army Lt. Col. Dan Vogel, US Army Paul Evans SSG, US Army Joseph Lyon PFC Alex Bubis PFC, US Army Raul Torres, US Army Sgt. Jason L. O’Brien, US Army Timothy J. Avolio, US Navy Master Sgt. Michael LaGiglia 1st Lt. Mario LaGiglia Sr. Airman Dominic LaGiglia Sr. Airman Brandon LaGiglia Private Geno LaGiglia Sgt. John Thomas LaGiglia Capt. Kelly Pajak Johnson Capt. Matthew Johnson US Army National Guard Private Salvatore Chavez, US Army Capt. Katherine Maglia, USAF Michael J. Yucuis, Jr., USAF Lt. Col. Kimberly (Nyderek) Schmidt, USAF Nick Merda, U.S. Marines Lt. Charles S. Novak, US Coast Guard John T. Hannigan PFC John Riordan, US Army Tanya Ayon, USAF Private Juan Carlos Chavez, US Army AFC Tanya Rhude, USAF Capt. Michael J. VanWyk, USMC Lt. Cmdr. Michael P. Schnolis, US Navy Sgt. 1st Class Daniel Whitney Airman Richard P. Scherl Matt West, US Army 2nd Lt. David Pierce, US Army Staff Sgt. Carmen Consolino, USMC Sgt. Timothy Gena, USMC Airman Michael R. Sarniak, Jr., US Coast Guard Kimberly Rodriguez, US Marines Matt Brophy, US Army Capt. Michael Wieland, US Marines Capt. John S. Dabrowski, US Army Capt. Brian Dommer, US Army Sgt. Robert Sterling, US Army Timothy Driscoll, US Army Cpl. Joseph G. Kowalczyk, USMC Bryan Holubik, US Navy PVT Matthew Ryan, US Army Lt. Cmdr. Michael W. Meno, Jr., US Navy 2nd Lt. Andrew Reno 1st Lt John H. Weiss John Scope, US Army AFC Alex Barrett, USAF Sgt. Daniel Patrick Ryan, US Army PFC Joe Louis Siebenaler, US Army PFC Daniel Wiatrowski, US Army Tyler Novak, US Army PV2 Eric Holubik, US Army PVI/PFC Abel Santillan, US Marines Capt. Brandon Schmidt, USAF 2nd Lt. Tom Ortega, US Army Staff Sgt. Richard Vicere, USMC Lance Corp. Patrick Kinnerk, USMC Lance Corp. Mathew Kots, USMC * To add your military family member who is currently serving our country to the prayer list, please call the parish office. When he/she is released from their service, please let us know so we can keep this list current. Thank you ~ God Bless America and all those who serve. YEAR OF MERCY Page 7 Parish Prayer Intentions May 19-25: For those being ordained to the priest- hood for the Archdiocese of Chicago, and for all priests who are celebrating ordination anniversaries this year, that they are renewed in the Holy Spirit to preach the Good News of Salvation; and for an increase in vocations to the priesthood and religious life. May 26-June 1: For all our students who are cele- brating a graduation, that the love of learning may continue and that their summer months be restful and safe. Also, for all men and women who gave their lives in military service for their country, that they may know the eternal glory of God. Pope Francis’ Prayer Intention for May Universal: That in every country of the world, women may be honored and respected and that their essential contribution to society may be highly esteemed. Mercy Outreach Weekend The weekend of June 11 – 13 (Saturday -Monday) will include a variety of ‘mercy’ activities for the whole family, including: June 11 Saturday - Community Clean-Up Day Options: • Hopkins Park work day with Sister Maribeth (all day event) • Spend an hour or two picking-up trash at a park, in your neighborhood, at the church (call the parish to let us know what you have done) June 12 Sunday 2 - 4 -Cookie Sharing at St. Julie for First Responders: • Bring cookie dough and cookie sheet to bake cookies • Bring homemade cookies to St. Julie (Devine Center) • Make thank-you notes for First Responders • Divide the cookies into 8x11 foil pans for delivery to various First Responder locations June 13 Monday 2 - 4 pm at St. Julie, Parish Hall: Port lunches ♦ Bring one of the needed items (lunch meat, cheese, fruit, small bags of chips, snack items, granola bars, etc.) ♦ Decorate the bags ♦ Make the lunches ♦ Anthony from The Port will be here with The Bread Truck to talk about the mission of the Port • Soles for Hope – a project to provide ‘shoes’ for the people of Uganda ♦ Bring old jeans and a good scissors ♦ Use the provided patterns for the Sole Hope project ♦ Send as many “soles” as possible to Uganda (money has already been collected for the postage) • Page 8 LITURGY & MUSIC Next week’s readings for the Most Holy Body & Blood of Christ Reading I : Genesis 14:18-20 Blessed by God most High! The first reading describes Melchizedek, king and priest in what would later be called Jerusalem. Melchizedek blessed Abraham and offered him bread and wine. The offering of bread and wine to Abraham relates to the Eucharistic sacrifice of the Mass. Reading II : 1 Corinthians 11:23-26 Each time you eat this bread and drink from this cup, you proclaim the death of the Lord. In the passage from 1 Corinthians, Paul is scolding the wealthy members of the community for having special dinners and excluding the poor. The Corinthians misunderstood that their sharing in the Eucharistic meal made them one body with each other, the Body of Christ. Paul reminded the Corinthians that Jesus was present whenever they told the story and shared the meal. Gospel : Luke 9:11b-17 Christ feeds us. Luke’s version of the multiplication of the loaves and fishes has been influenced by the liturgical practices of the Christians. The words describing Jesus’ actions reflect the telling of the Eucharistic story. Jesus does not feed the crowd but instructs the disciples to do so. This suggests the ministries in the Church of distributing the Eucharistic food and sharing meals with the hungry. Questions For Children: How can you share what you have received from Jesus with others this week? For Youth: Each week, when we celebrate the Holy Eucharist we are asked to “do this in remembrance of me”. How else do you acknowledge the importance of Jesus in your life? Through prayer? Through the ways that you treat others? For Adults: How can you prepare yourself to be nourished by Jesus in the Eucharist this week? St. Peregrine Novena Monday, May 23 at 7pm in the Chapel is the fifth evening of the 9-week Novena. Please note that the Novena will take 10 calendar weeks to complete, due to skipping the Memorial Day holiday on May 30. Challenge How can I make my summer spiritually and personally more significant? Consider attending Morning Mass or a Holy Hour on Thursdays or praying the Rosary at Autumn Leaves. Or perhaps performing Works of Mercy for those in need. Worship Office (708) 429-6906 Lector, Greeter, Usher, Cantor or Choir Member, should demonstrate your appreciation of how your role fits with the worship experience. Does your attire express respect and reverence for the sacred mysteries that are being celebrated? Would you consider wearing your church clothes to a job interview? All ministries, in actuality, are much more important than any interview. They require a reverent demeanor and appropriate clothing. Inquiry Any adult interested in becoming Catholic is invited to Inquiry. It is a time to gather in prayer and reflection. It offers an opportunity to ask questions and concerns you have about the process, the sacraments or the Church itself. If you, or someone you know, would like to attend a session, they are held on Tuesday Warm Weather Attire for evenings from 6:30-7:30pm in Liturgical Ministers the Parish Office. It is a relaxed As the temperatures change for atmosphere of seekers and spring and summer, so too, our those who can guide them. If church wardrobe. Keep in mind, you have questions, you are welcome to call Sr. Gael. the church is air-conditioned. You can always change your clothing after Mass for your next event! A liturgical minister’s attire, whether a member of the Assembly, Eucharistic Minister, HUMAN CONCERNS Page 9 Immigration “The horrors of the Syrian war are heart-rending. More than 250,000 people have perished. Half of Syria’s population has been forced from their homes. Our brothers The blood supply is in a world of hurt right now. Many of the blood and sisters’ suffering is terrible. types are in very short supply. The It compels us, as Catholics, to dig situation is in desperate need now! deeply into the foundation of our In order to stop the plummet, we beliefs and our Church’s teaching and to respond.” URGE you to donate blood at one Source: Catholic Relief Services of our 13 convenient donation centers. Action: Ask Congress to provide While walk-ins are welcome; funding for poverty-focused interyou can call to schedule your national humanitarian assistance convenient appointment! and fulfill our nation’s commitment Call: 1-800-7TO-GIVE to help Syrian and other refugees. (1-800-786-4483) Call your members of Congress using this toll free number: 888Food Collection 562-8232. Visit Don’t forget to pick up some non- www.ConfrontGlobalPoverty.org. perishable food, or paper products when you shop this week. Laundry Office for Immigrant Affairs and Immigration Education detergent and diapers are also Elena Segura (312) 534-5333 needed. [email protected] Help Us to Support the Church’s Initiative on Marriage Joyful Again! Today we celebrate the feast Program for of Pentecost – the sending of the Widowed Men Holy Spirit, the Advocate, the and Women Comforter to come and dwell in Today, as we celebrate Pentecost, the Holy Spirit wants to make us advocates of God’s presence to bring new life to others, especially those who do not know the love of God in their lives. Your gift in the St. Vincent de Paul Poor Box will help the poor to believe in the mystery of God’s love for them. What: Workshop/retreat Where: St. Julie Church When: July 9 & 10, 2016 For information or to register contact: Joyful Again Widowed Ministry Phone: 1-708-354-7211 Email: [email protected] us, God’s children. Open your heart wide and invite the Holy Spirit to dive even deeper into your relationship with God and your spouse. Are you widowed? Have you reached a crossroads? Are you at a turning point? Do you want to move forward in your life, while still treasuring your memories? The next Worldwide Marriage Encounter Weekends are June 1012, August 12-14 and October 7-9, all at Elk Grove Village, IL. Early registration is recommended. The Joyful Again program brings hope and understanding to help you in your life’s new journey. Being widowed is a special loss, and this program is designed especially to help the widowed find Annulments hope and joy again. Annulment support is available by calling the Parish Office: 429-6767. Space limited so register early. For reservations/information, call Jim & Kris at 630-577-0778 or contact us through http://wwme-chicagoland.org. Food Collection Don’t forget to pick up some nonperishable food, or paper products when you shop this week. Laundry detergent and diapers are also needed. Page 10 Religious Education Office (708) 429-1044 FORMATION Thank You, Volunteer Catechists! Pay your tuition with SCRIP! Earn Religious Education Tuition Rebates As we celebrate the end of our Religious Education year, we thank all of our Catechists, our Coordinators, our Office Assistants and all who contributed their time and talents in any way to make our faith formation program effective. A very special “thank you” to all of the parents / guardians of our children who faithfully “drop them off” and “pick them up” from their sessions. Confirmations, Communions, Mother’s Day, proms, showers, weddings, proms, summer vacation planning, spring sports, and end of the year coach and teacher gifts are all perfect opportunities Catechists Needed to use Scrip gift cards and earn Can You Help? valuable rebates for your family. Catechists are still needed both for Please see page 13 for the many the Summer Intensive and our regular ways you can earn rebates. classes. If, you feel that you can be involved in the faith formation of our Need More Information? young people, please call the Religious Please visit the CJB web site and Education Office, 708/429-1044 or click on GIVING, then SCRIP or 708/429-6767 x227. contact one of our CJB Scrip Team members: Corinna Pytel 708-478-0710 Karen Calcagno 708-226-1213 Colleen Harris 708-429-4190 Parish Couriers All four of our sponsoring parishes now provide a weekly courier for filling Scrip orders. St. Julie’s courier picks up on Monday mornings! Cash and Carry Sales at CJB Wednesday evenings 6:00-7:00pm Friday mornings 7:30-8:15am 2016-17 Updated Registration Information Our Summer Intensive Program enrollment is now full so registration for Summer Intensive has closed. There is a waiting list; however, there is a need for more teachers. If you are registering for the upcoming 2016-17 school year, summer intensive tuition must be paid in full at the time of registration. For the Fall classes, you may pay half the tuition now, with the balance due in January, 2017. Register before June 1st to take advantage of our “Early Bird” tuition rate. When you register after June 1st, the tuition rate increases by $50. Monday Night Medley The Southwest Suburban Cluster of parishes will, once again, sponsor Monday Night Medley, the Summer Faith Formation Series. All sessions are held in the Devine Center from 7:00-8:45p.m. The schedule with speakers and topics is as follows: Date June 13 June 20 June 27 July 11 July 18 July 25 Speaker Felicia Wolf Rev. Bill Stenzel Rev. Ed Upton Dr. Jenny De Vivo Sharon Allison Dr. Elizabeth Jeep Title Overview of the Creed God the Father God the Son God the Holy Spirit and Mercy Mary and the Communion of Saints Catechesis and the Creed This is another opportunity to continue our growth in an understanding of our Catholic faith. COMMUNITY LIFE Page 11 Thank you Deanne ~ In your faithful service, you have helped us to pray well. PLANET GREEN RECYCLE Young At Heart Lunch June7 Annual Birthday Celebration Devine Center doors open 11:15am with Lunch At Noon. Cost: $7 members; $10 for others. Our menu is Hamburger, Cheeseburger or Hot Dog, salad, Frank’s beans, the trimmings, Ice Cream and Cake and Prizes! Upcoming Bus Trip Chicago Botanic Gardens, Glencoe Tuesday, June 28, 2016 Depart St. Julie at 10:00am Return approx. 4:00 pm Cost: $62. All inclusive (bus, tram tour, buffet lunch, gratuities) June 1 Beautiful Mercy Bring your e-waste items by Matthew Kelly (empty ink cartridges, old cell phones, hand held computers, July 6 flashlights, & other gadgets); also The Art of Hearing Heartbeats writing materials (pens, markers, by Jan-Philipp Sendker caps, highlighters, etc.) that you'd like to get rid of and place in the container in the circle area near the library. We just received a check for $46! Thank you for helping your parish and keeping our planet green. Thursday Mornings ST. JULIE GOLF OUTING Friday, August 26th Silver Lake South Course St. Julie Water Bottles On sale now in the Parish Office only $5 Blue, Green & Red This fund raising event includes greens fee, cart, lunch and barbeque! Cost: $100 - 18 holes; $75 - 9 holes. If want to join us for the barbeque only, the tickets are $50. There are several levels of sponsorship: ♦ ♦ Bingo returns in July! The St. Julie Book Club meets the first Wednesday of every month at 1:00 p.m. in the Great Room. ♦ Gold Sponsorship - $600 (includes 4 tickets for Golf, 2 extra dinner tickets and a sign on a Tee box) Silver Sponsorship - $500 (includes 4 tickets for Golf and a sign on a Tee box) Hole Sponsorship - $100 per hole (sign on a Tee box) Pinochle Club will resume in August! May 26 at 9:30am in Great Room. We use At Home with the Word. Mercy Outreach Weekend The weekend of June 11 – 13 (Saturday -Monday) will include a variety of ‘mercy’ activities for the whole family, including: Park Clean-up Baking for First Responders Lunches for the Port Sole Hope Party. Start now by saving your worn jeans – all sizes can be used! Please go to page 7 for a complete, detailed list of activities. Page 12 (708) 429-7377 [email protected] YOUTH & YOUNG ADULTS How do you say Thank You? Need Service Hours? Or want to help? Help Wanted: Busy People! We currently need a couple more Daybreak Breakfast Teams to fill in for our retiring groups. Can you help? It’s 4 hours per year! It’s perfect for a busy family, group of friends, coworkers, etc. Give us a call at 708-429-7377 or [email protected] Thank you! Daybreak is year round Thank you for your continued donations of breakfast items. Donations can be dropped off at the parish office during normal business hours the week before the first Sunday of any month. Next date: June 3 Donuts Sunday We are always looking for help at Donut Sunday from 8:00 a.m. until Noon. See Mr. Rubino in the Parish Hall and he will put you to work. Next date: June 12 Did You Know? We post service opportunities, TNT, RE and parish events on Facebook. St Julie Billiart Parish St Julie Billiart Parent Group St Julie TNT Follow the parish on Twitter @SJB_Tinley As you know, Deanne Tumpich, our Director of Music and Liturgy will be retiring at the end of May. There will be a special Mass for her at Noon this weekend to offer her our gratitude for all that she has given to St. Julie and blessings for a fruitful and well-deserved retirement. The name Deanne means… You are determined and stubborn. No one can argue with that! You are a good worker, steady and practical, a builder who takes responsibility well. Yes! You are very intuitive. You have a reservoir of inspired wisdom combined with inherited analytical ability, which could reward you through expressions of spiritual leadership and artistic visions. Our choir is the best! Operating on spiritual side of your individuality can bring you to the great heights. You want to grow wise and to understand people and things. You need privacy to replenish your energy. No one deserves to enjoy her retirement more! Also means divine : ) Thank you, Deanne, for sharing all of your gifts with us as a parish, as a staff and as individuals. We are a more joyful and a more faith-filled community because of you. God bless you! “Hey, hey, what do you say?” Softball forms are available right outside the parish office doors on the wall. Grab some forms and pass them out to your friends! It’s going to be a great summer! All current 8th graders thru current seniors are eligible to play. All are welcome! Car Wash! Saturday, June 4th 9:00am-1:00pm Come get your cars, trucks and vans washed! All proceeds help us pay for our mission vans and for the gas for our mission trip! Tell all of your friends and family! Thank you for your support! June 11-12-13 is Mercy Weekend! Saturday - we are asking everyone to be part of a clean up effort here in town. Sunday - is baking cookies day! Yum! Monday we will be making Lunches for the Port, cutting out patterns for shoes (save your old jeans!) and if we have enough time and hands, making greeting cards! Come join in the fun! Bring your family and friends! See page 7 for a complete listing of Mercy Weekend details! “Come, follow me…” Saturday, May 28 4:00-6:00pm St. Peter’s in the Loop 110 W. Madison St., Chicago th Join us for Eucharistic Procession, starting at 4pm, at St. Peter's in the Loop Parish. We will travel by foot to Daley Plaza, Millennium Park and DePaul University's Downtown Campus. Each location will be a station done in one of three languages (Polish, Spanish and English) that will reflect on a scripture passage, a Eucharistic Miracle and a moment of prayer. The Procession will end with a blessing at St. Peter's Parish. OUR PARISH SCHOOL Page 13 Cardinal Joseph Bernardin School Preschool Summer Camp Open to all three and four year olds. Must be potty trained. July 11 - 15 Farmer’s Garden August 1 - 5 Under the Big Top Take a closer look and see what’s growing in the farmer’s garden. Use your senses to learn about different types of vegetables, see who helps keep the farmer’s garden safe, and grow your own vegetable! Step right up and get your ticket to go “Under the Big Top”. Take a look at all the circus animals, practice your circus act skills, and play some fun side show games. Maybe even meet a clown! Camp meets Monday thru Friday from 9:30 - 11:30 a.m. and include story time, crafts, and hands-on learning activities. Spaces subject to availability. Minimum of ten students needed to hold session. For more information call 708-403-6525 ext. 150 or mail the registration form below. Registration Information Please return this form, with your check payable to Cardinal Joseph Bernardin School by June 1. Child’s name__________________________ Age ____ Date of Birth _____________ Parent’s name ________________________________________________________ Address ____________________________________________________________ City ___________________________________________ Zip code ____________ Home number _______________________Cell number _______________________ SA VE TH E DA TE ! Please indicate your camp choices. Select one or both camps for a summer of fun! Each camp is $55 or attend both for $100 _____ July _____ August Attn: Preschool Summer Camp, Cardinal Bernardin School; 9250 West 167th Street, Orland Hills, Il, 60487 CA R RA FF LE ! Bulletin Board Page 14 43rd Annual Senior Unity Mass and Luncheon Thursday, June 2, 2016 at 10:00am Holy Family Church 1080 W. Roosevelt Road Chicago There are 350 luncheon spots available RSVP: Mandy Hamilton at 312/655-7425 or [email protected] VETERANS Honor flights are now being extended to Korean War Veterans as well as WWII Vets who have not made the trip. Flight dates for 2016 are June 8, July 13, August 10, September 7 and October 8. Applications for the Honor Flights to Washington DC can be obtained at the information rack in the Tinley Park Library entryway. Pastoral Staff Rev. Louis Tylka, Pastor - [email protected] Rev. Robert Regan, Associate Pastor - [email protected] Edward (& Sheila) Pluchar, Deacon William (& Joan) Lubben, Deacon Nancy Pfieffer, Business Manager - [email protected] Sr. Gael Gensler, Pastoral Associate - [email protected] Patricia Kmak, Director of Religious Education - [email protected] Deanne M. Tumpich, Director of Liturgy & Music - [email protected] Sheila Pluchar, Youth Ministry Coordinator - [email protected] Mary Alice Roth, Director of Human Concerns - [email protected] Support Staff Marianne Mueller, Sacramental Coordinator Laura Frencl, Administrative Assistant Jean Aiello and Peg Siebenaler, Administrative Assistants Barb Theis, Liturgy and Technology Assistant Cindy Conachen, Facilities Coordinator Parish Office 708-429-6767 * Fax 708-429-6788 Hours: Monday - Thursday 8:30 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. (M-Th 12:00-1:00pm Closed for lunch) Saturday 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. Closed on Fridays and Sundays Office of Worship & Music - 708-429-6906 Office of Religious Education - 708-429-1044 Youth Office - 708-429-7377 Visit us on the Web: http://www.stjulie.org Golden Wedding Anniversary Mass Were you married in 1966 ? Golden Wedding Anniversary Mass to be held on Sunday, September 18, 2016 at 2:45pm Holy Name Cathedral 735 North State Street, Chicago Couples married in 1966, who are interested in attending this celebration, should contact the parish during regular office hours by June 13 to register. For further information, call the Marriage and Family Ministries Office at 312.534.8351 or visit the website: www.marriageandfamilyministries.org Parish Pastoral Council Rev. Louis Tylka, Pastor and the Pastoral Staff Scott Becvar, Chair Ruth Enyart (Liturgy Bd.) Dan Sniegowski (Liturgy Bd.) Kathy Reilly (Formation Bd.) Tom Sherry (Formation Bd.) John Benz (Youth Bd.) Merilee Andreasen (Youth Bd.) Mary McCarthy (Community Life Bd.) Mike Rubino (Community Life Bd.) Karen Keller (Human Concerns Bd.) Judi Haines (Human Concerns Bd.) Chris Conneely (Pastor’s Appointee) Cheryl Scallon (Pastor’s Appointee) Finance Council Bill Hackett, Chair Carl Evans*John Thomas*Patrick Flynn*Nate Lindstrom*Kay Kempke Reconciliation: Saturday from 3:30 to 4:00 p.m. or anytime in the parish office by appointment. Registration: Please call Sr. Gael in the parish office weekdays between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. for information on registration. Baptism: Please call the parish office to make arrangements for your child to be baptized and to attend a preparation class. Marriage: Please call the parish office at least six months in advance to secure a wedding date and to begin the pre-marriage preparations. Masses: Monday-Friday at 8:00 a.m. / Saturday at 4:30 p.m. Sunday at 7:30, 9:00, 10:30 a.m., 12:00 noon & 6:00 p.m. Cardinal Joseph Bernardin School 9250 W. 167th St., Orland Hills * 708-403-6525 * Fax 708-403-8621 * Ms. Mary Iannucilli, Principal Our Soldiers Greatest Need: white, army green or black t-shirts (L or XL), letters to soldiers, Pringle chips snack pack (8 pk), snack packs of raisins, Kraft handi snack packs (6 ea), bags of individual wrapped candy, granola bars, Rice Krispy treats (individually wrapped), crossword puzzle/game books and insect repellent with deet (pump style). Also Need: toilet paper, shaving cream, eye drops, disposable razors (10 pk), AA batteries (8 pk), lotion, white sox, band-aids (one size), heavy duty wet wipes, Tampax Super Plus 46, Always Ultra Thin Pads 28, travel size Kleenex, combs, brushes, hair clips & bands, disposable cameras, beef jerky, powdered lemonade (12 quart), powdered Gatorade (2 gal), 12 oz. bags of ground coffee, mouthwash, regular size shampoo and conditioner, International phone cards. And we always need money for postage. This bulletin is made possible by the following advertisers. Please patronize them when possible.