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Saint Albert the Great 5555 West STATE ROAD BURBANK Parish ILLINOIS 60459 THIRTY-third Sunday in Ordinary Time November 13, 2011 Welcome All are In this House of God REV. MICHAEL L. ZOUFAL, PASTOR REV. JOSEPH P. LYNCH, PASTOR EMERITUS REV. RYSZARD CZERNIAK, C.R. ASSOCIATE PASTOR IRVIN A. BRYCE, JR. PERMANENT DEACON MASSES SATURDAY 5:00 PM (Sunday Obligation) SUNDAY 7:30 AM - 9:00 AM - 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM 1:30 PM AND 5:00 PM POLISH MASSES WEEKDAY MASSES (Monday-Friday) 6:30 AM AND 8:30 AM SAT
    Saint Albert the Great Parish 5555 West STATE ROAD BURBANK ILLINOIS 60459 RECTORY ………….………………..…(708)423-0321 PLEBANIA (po polsku)……………...(708)423-0321For Sacraments of Baptism, Marriage,parish registration, convert instruction,prolonged illness at home. PARISH WEBSITE E-MAIL PARISH BOUNDARIES North-75th St. East-Cicero, West-Narragansett,South-87th St. Cicero to Austin)83rd St. (Austin to Narragansett) MINISTRY OF CARE ……………….…(708)423-0321Deacon Irvin A. Bryce Jr. PRAYER NETWORK ………………....(708)966-4068Mrs. Marlene Rybicki SCHOOL ………………………………..(708)424-7757Mrs. Marilyn Kurowski, Principal5535 West State Roadhttp;// CCD OFFICE …………………………...(708)636-0406Mr. Kevin Wiseman, Coordinator5535 West State Road MASSESSATURDAY 5:00 PM (Sunday Obligation) SUNDAY 7:30 AM - 9:00 AM - 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM1:30 PM AND 5:00 PM POLISH MASSES WEEKDAY MASSES (Monday-Friday) 6:30 AM AND 8:30 AM SATURDAY MASS 8:30 AM HOLY DAYS ( Except Christmas and New Year ) Vigil Mass - 5:00 PM (evening before Holy Day)   6:30 AM - 8:30 AM - 6:00PM - 7:30 PM SACRAMENT OF RECONCILIATION Saturday 4:00-4:45 PM SACRAMENT OF BAPTISM 1st and 3rd Sundays at 3:15 PM Baptismal Preparation Class Last Monday of month at 7:00 PMParish registration and attendance at theBaptismal Preparation Class are requiredPrior to Baptism. SACRAMENT OF MARRIAGE All wedding arrangements must be made with aparish priest at least 5 months prior to scheduleddate. All couples are required to participate ina marriage   preparation program. Parish registrationis a requirement. Times of marriages are as follows:Saturday 12:00 PM and 2:30 PMSunday—no weddings   REV. MICHAEL L. ZOUFAL, PASTOR REV. JOSEPH P. LYNCH, PASTOR EMERITUSREV. RYSZARD CZERNIAK, C.R. ASSOCIATE PASTORIRVIN A. BRYCE, JR. PERMANENT DEACON Welcomeelcome In this House of GodAll are THIRTY-third Sunday in Ordinary Time November 13, 2011   PR A YFORUS Blessed are you who fear the L ORD . — Psalm 128:1a    MASS INTENTIONS Monday, November 14, 2011 6:30 - For the Parishioners8:30 - Pat Seiler- Pausta Castro Tuesday, November 15, 2011St. Albert the Great  6:30 - Karen landis, Eric Landis - Blessing8:30 - Emily Sekan- John Strezo Wednesday, November 16, 2011St. Margaret, St. Gertrude 6:30 - For the Parishioners8:30 - Vito Mattera Thursday, November 17, 2011St. Elizabeth of Hungary 6:30 - Special Intention8:30 - Margaret Kasper7:00PM - Parish Holy HourFriday, November 18, 2011 6:30 - For All Deceased Parishionersof St. Albert the Great 8:30 - John Stoklosa- Stanislaw Bzdyk, John Strezo Saturday, November 19, 2011 8:30 - Enrique Rodriguez, John Strezo2:30PM - Wedding:Kevin Petraitis & Susan Thomas5:00PM - Stanley Ojer- John & Alfreda Placzek - Helen McNamara- Mariano Imbarrato & Luiga Russo Sunday, November 20, 2011Our Lord Jesus Christ the King  7:30 - For the Parishioners- James & Mary Nash9:00 - Kenneth M. Keselica Sr.- Salvatore Imbarrato & Geiseppi Imbarrato   10:30 - George Sweeney- Antonio Bellino12:00PM - Christopher Russo- Cecilia Mikrut, John Flynn1:30PM-Polish Mass- Lucyna Adamczewski- Katarzyna & Jozef Bratko Anniv. of Death- 30th Wedding Anniv. Jan & Dorota Piekarewicz- Gromski & Cushman Family - Blessing5:00PM - Polish Mass- Edward Berdowski CHANGE OUR LIVES For the sick: Diane & Robert Juris, Mary Ellen Conley,Therese West, Dorothy Reid, Erin DeValek Eustaquito, LeonaSelcyn, Anna Iacovetti, Francis Sessino, Salvatore Bottari,Rosemarie Maslo, Theresa Lonski, Alex Silverman, Pat Williams, John Smykowski, Marge O’Keffe, Mary EllenConley, Brian Szwab, Bernice Ciszek, Michael Mazurek,Walter Rombach, Daniel Stopka, Anthony Shalton, GregBrynda, Bill Lyons, Harriet Madey, Richard Polancyk,Timothy Polancyak, Andrea Pellicano, ChristinaGazda, Sister Patricia Labuda, Cooper Grant, Jeffrey An-drews, Carol Berghuis, Johana Pusateri, Janelle Demski,Walter Anderson, Denis Hedderman & Family, LorettaPaulus, Shirley McVane, Catherine, Katie & Lucy Hedder-man, Richard & Marilyn Buchalski, Don Kupiec, CherylKorosa, Carol Mariano, Penny Prokop, Mary Ann Riccio. For the deceased: Renata Glista, Krystian Bryniarski. LET US PRAY  2012 MASS BOOK The 2012 Mass Book is open.Please, stop at the rectoryif you would like to reserve Masses. Rectory is open Monday - Friday 8:30am - 8:30 pm.Saturday 9:00am - 5:30pm,Sunday 8:00am - 2:00pm The letters of Paul to the Thessalonians areamong his earliest writings, and are driven by his be-lief and the belief of the entire early Christian commu-nity that the return of Christ was imminent, and that devoting time or attention to anything else was fool-ish.As time progressed, this fervor subsided a bit.Today we may wonder, when we hear these readingsabout the coming end-times, if we should take them toheart, if we really believe that Christ still may comeupon us as a “thief at night” (1 Thessalonians 5:2).Does this mean that we are to stop our long-rangegoal-setting, get rid of our yearly calendars and plan-ners, or stop putting money in the college educationfund? Of course not. What it does mean is that weneed to change our lives, living like children of thelight and illuminating the world around us with thelight of the gospel. Then, on that day, when the detailsof our daily living become unimportant, we will beready to find our peace and security in Christ Jesus. © Copyright, J. S. Paluch Co.      Saint Albert the Great  , patron of our parish, was born in 1206.At the age of sixteen, while a student at the University of Padua innorthern Italy, he presented himself to enter as a postulant thenewly formed Dominican Order, the Friars Preachers. He was for-mally received into the Order in 1222 by Jordan of Saxony, immedi-ate successor of St. Dominic. His family strongly opposed this deci-sion but to no avail. By 1228 he was back in Germany teaching at Cologne. During the following several years he taught and super-vised studies in several the German cities. Finally, he returned toCologne having acquired a reputation as scholar academician. Next he went to Paris, the center of learning in medieval Europe. Here he studied under the great masters until taking his master’s degree at the University of Paris.He crowned this achievement with a doctorate in 1245 at the age of 39. He returnedagain to Cologne where in 1248 encountered his most renowned pupil and protégé, a youngItalian friar, Thomas of Aquinas. Albert, during his lifetime, was known as the Universal Doc-tor because of the breadth of his knowledge and scholarship. He was master without equal of the natural sciences, physics, alchemy, geography, astronomy, mineralogy, and biology. How-ever his lasting fame lies in the fact that he perceived early in his studies that philosophy wasthe queen and governing power over the other sciences. Unlike many scholars, Albert neverlost touch for practical and administrative affairs. In 1254, he was elected prior provincial of the German province of the Dominicans. Later he defended the academic rights of the newmendicant orders against the established governance of universities. He was given the title of “Master of the Apostolic Palace” or more simply, the “Pope’s Theologian.” Since then this of-fice has always been occupied by a Dominican friar. In 1260 Pope Alexander IV requestedthat he accepts consecration as Bishop of Regensburg with charge of German diocese.Albert died in Cologne on November 15, 1280. He was declared Blessed Albert in the 17 th  Century and was declared Saint and Doctor of the Universal Church by Pope Pius II in 1931and in 1941, Pius XII declared him patron before God of those who study and probe the natu-ral sciences, a fitting response to a world that was in those very moments of 1941splitting the atom. Yxtáà Éy fàA TÄuxÜà à{x ZÜxtà @ aÉäxÅuxÜ DH? ECDD Invites all parishioners to the sale of “TAMALES”Sunday, November 20th from 8:00 am – 1:00 pm in Rogers Hall Group Guadalupano Don’t miss out on these delicious homemade tamales   Thank You in advance for your support.  ARCHDIECESE OF CHICAGO   November, 2011 III-Kevin Petraitis & Susan ThomasII-Robert Skrobut & Beata Wlochowski WEDDING BANNS OUR WEEKLY OFFERING NOVEMBER 6 & 7, 2011Collection: $14,419.00  THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT    November 14 - 18 at St. Albert’s   7:00 pm Bingo Tuesday, November 15Monday, November 14 6:00 pm Boy Scouts Wednesday, November 16Thursday, November 17Friday, November 18 6:00 pm Cub Scouts7:00 pm Parish Holy Hour8:00 pm Holy Name Society6:30 pm St. Vincent De Paul Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ,For the past four decades, the Catholic Campaign for Human Development (CCHD) has served as a way tobring the Gospel to light in the lives of the poor and to give Catholics in the Archdiocese of Chicago a way toparticipate in putting Catholic social teaching into action. Through your generous donations, this year CCHDis funding eighteen organizations in Cook and Lake Counties. These organizations provide programs that cre-ate jobs, provide training for adults and educational opportunities for children, and help to stabilizeneighborhoods.Inspired by Catholic social teachings, CCHD is committed to addressing the root causes of poverty. At thecore of the CCHD mission is respect for human life from conception to natural death, acknowledging that allhuman beings are created in the image and likeness of God and are endowed with certain inalienable rights.Please make a special effort during this season of thanksgiving to give generously to the CCHD collectionon November 19–20, 2011. Remember that your contribution to CCHD is not a hand-out, but a hand up , offer-ing hope and help to low-income families and communities. Through your generosity, you share in Jesus’mission - to bring good news to the poor...release to the captives...and to let the oppressed go free… (Luke4:18) One hundred percent of CCHD funding comes from individual donors just like you. Your contribution—no matter the amount—does make a powerful difference. May God bless you for your support of the CatholicCampaign for Human Development.You and those you love are in my prayers; please keep me in yours. Sincerely yours in Christ,Francis Cardinal George, O.M.I. Archbishop of Chicago SECOND COLLECTION FOR HUMAN DEVELOPMENT NOVEMEBR 20, 2011 WIN A40” TV! HELP BENEFIT OUR CATHOLIC SCHOOL All proceeds from this raffle will go to updating thetechnology at St. Albert the Great Catholic School. Tickets are $3.00 and can be purchased at therectory, school, and through several Parish Organizations.   Drawing:12/6/2011 40 Hitachi LCD 1080p HDTV T IME: 9:30AM IN THE SCHOOL     WENDY’S NIGHT - WEDNESDAY NOV. 16 5-8PM HARLEM & 79TH ST. Join us for good food!   6:30 pm Parish Council
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