June 10, 2018

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SUMMER TIME EVENTS


We will be doing some random summer events, some planned and some more spontaneous! Please keep an eye on social medial for updates. We will also send blast emails out when we have things planned.

Twitter:  @olwyouth

Instagram: @olwyouth

Facebook:  /olwyouth

www.olwyouth.org

RELIGIOUS EDUCATION NEWS

NEEDS FOR NEXT YEAR 2018-2019
Religious Education Program:

The R.E.P. program is in need of a Catechist Aid to help a sixth grade student be able to be involved and focused in the class lessons. Classes begin in September and continue until April meeting every other week on Tuesday evening, 7:00-8:30 p.m.

If you would kindly consider volunteering for this position, you will find it a very rewarding and uplifting experience to work with this student and help him learn about his faith. Please call 847-398-5011 or email
Repsecretary @olwparish.org for more infromation or to volunteer. Thank you.

REGISTRATION FOR R.E.P. CLASSES

Parents are asked to register their children for Religiuos Education Classes for next year in order to accurately plan for materials, books and Catechists. Parents whose children will be new to the program are asked to turn in their registration form along with a copy of their child's Baptismal Certificate. Forms can be found online at the Parish Website, www.olwparish.org. Look under Religious Education found on the Education tab.

SUMMER TIME HELP NEEDED

As the summer begins there is a lot that needs to be done in and around the youth room! We would use help from teens, adults and young adults throughout the summer to get these things done.
It can range from paperwork to rearranging the youth room to planning events for next year.

You are also more thqn welcome to just come hang out! Shoot me a text or hit us up on social media if you want to stop by!

Pope Francis has said:

"Let the risen Jesus enter your life, welcome him as a friend, with trust: he is life!"

As we are now settled into Ordinary Time and appreciating the Summer Solstice, perhaps you know someone who may be interested in joining or returning to the Catholic Church? Our Lady of the Wayside provides this opportunity through the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (R.C.I.A.) which is a program beginning in September to pursue Catholicism or return home to the Catholic Faith.

The R.C.I.A. Team is always available to answer your questions. You may contact the parish office at (847) 253-5353 any time for further information. Please continue to watch for further announcements.

Blessings!

Deacon Michael Madison and Elaine Clancy
Co-Directors

Email:
Youthmin @olwparish.org

Work Cell:
847-350-8008

Website:
olwyouth.org

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OLW's Young People Sparkle And Shine As School Ends, Summer Nears

BOY SCOUTS EARN FUNDS, CLEAN CARS

OLW's Boy Scout Troop performed their annual "lets help clean up the neighborhood" project with a car-wash in the OLW parking lot after all the Sunday Masses last weekend.

OLW's Troop 161 has 32 Boy Scouts and there are 22 Cub Scouts in Pack 161.

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OLW's Young People Sparkle And Shine As School Ends, Summer Nears

OLW Principal
David Wood announced the Graduates and OLW
Pastor Father Ed Fialkowski presented the diplomas and congratulated the graduates.

The youngsters were at perfect attention during the recital of the Pledge Of
Allegiance to the Flag.

Moving the tassels on their mortar board from one side to the other after graduation was a bit more challenging.

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ST. HUBERT'S JOB NETWORK

Our Lady of the Wayside is one of over 25 member parishes of St. Hubert's Job Network. Meetings are held on the second and fourth Mondays of the month at St. Hubert's in Hoffman Estates. Visit www.sainthubert.org/job-networking for a full schedule of events.

PARISH LIFE COMMISSION

PARTICIPATE IN OUR ONGOING EVENTS

Enjoy the parish community by meeting other parishioners at events such as Women's Golf, Men's Golf, Women's Bowling, Men's Basketball, Women's Bridge, Widows of Wayside (W.O.W.), and Christian Family Movement (CFM), the Senior Group and Fil-American Group. Contact parishlife @olwparish.org with questions.

WORSHIP AND SPIRITUAL LIFE

CHILDREN'S LITURGY OF THE WORD

Sunday Readings and Homily adapted for ages 3 to 10 on most Sundays at the 9:45 Mass before the Liturgy of the Word.  The children are invited to participate. The children will return for the remainder of the Mass. No registration is required!

BIBLE STUDY

Focus on the readings for the coming Sunday and their context in scripture. No registration or fee. Come when your schedule permits. Friday mornings in the Gathering Place 9:30 - 11:15 a.m.

ROSARY PRAYER GROUP
Meets in the Seton room (#201) every Monday at 7:00 p.m. Contact - Chris

CARE AND OUTREACH

SHAWL MINISTRY

This prayerful ministry offers knitted or crocheted shawls to those who are in need of comfort physically, emotionally and spiritually. We meet every Thursday at 1:00 p.m. in the Parish Center - Cabrini Room. Questions contact Kit, Winnie, Patsy.

ST. MARK'S - NON PERISHABLE FOOD DRIVE EVERY SUNDAY

Drop off bin located in Gathering Place hallway across from the drinking fountains (8-12 every Sunday) in addition to the Garage drop off (2nd Sunday of each month). To Volunteer - The Gilberts--collecting-The Piergalskis--delivery or Volunteer signup http://www.signupgenius.com/go/70a0f48acae2ca75-stmarks.

THE ELIZABETH MINISTRY

The Elizabeth Ministry offers families prayer and support during the joys, challenges and sorrows of the childbearing years. To contact a minister, please complete a card from the banner in the back of the church, or call the parish office or e-mail ElizabethMinistry @olwparish.org. or elizabethministry @att.net

RESPECT LIFE

The Respect Life Ministry works to make life issues visible and viable at the parish level. To get more involved in Respect Life at OLW, please email respectlife @olwparish.org.

FUNERAL LUNCHEON MINISTRY

This Ministry offers families in their time of sorrow a continental breakfast in the Gathering Place or sit down luncheon in the Rectory Meeting Room. For further information contact the parish office.

SPECIAL NEEDS MINISTRY

Special Needs Ministry was established to identify and meet the needs of our pacrishioners with special needs. Contact the parish office or email - special-needs @att.net or specialneeds @olwparish.org.

ST. VINCENT DEPAUL SOCIETY

An emergency source for short term financial help. For information or assistance, contact the DePaul voice mailbox at the parish 847-253-5353 x398.

MINISTRY OF CARE

OLW has trained Ministers of Care who are available to visit and bring communion to those parishioners who are homebound. If you are interested in receiving communion or being part of this ministry contact Kathy O'Neill, 847-253-5353, ext. 238.

LITTLE SAINTS PRAY & PLAY

Little Saints Pray & Play for children and their caregivers, meets twice monthly. Email OLWLittleSaints @gmail.com for more
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MINISTERS OF THE LITURGY


5:00 pm Saturday, June 16, 2018
Presider: Father Ed Fialkowski
Deacon Paul Onischuk - Preaching
Lector: Mike Hollis, Al Preusker
Euch. Min.:
Joe Panarale, Coord.,  Robert Crabbe, Rosalie  Crabbe, Bob Guretz, Mike Hollis, Jeanne Kabler,  John Kabler, Kathy Maday, Jean Simpson, Ellen  Tomasek, Chuck Tomasek
Altar Serv.: Charlie Dolsen, Ryan Hannon, Rowan McDonald,  Emily Romanacce
Music Min.:  Choir/Instrumentalist

7:30 am Sunday, June 17, 2018
Presider: Father Louis Golamari
Deacon Peter LeTourneau - Preaching
Lector: Marlene Bowen, Louise Dickey
Euch. Min.: 
Marlene Bowen, Coord., Mary Jo Lee, Patricia  Pulikowski, Chris Sandefur, Mary Jean Sandefur,  Stan Van Klompenburg, Pat Van Klompenburg,  Kathleen Wycykal, Keith Wycykal
Altar Serv.: Gabe Cherwin, Reagan Cherwin, Adam Greazel,  Luke Greazel
Music Min.: Cantor

9:30 am Sunday, June 17, 2018
Presider:
Father Ed Fialkowski
Deacon Peter LeTourneau - Preaching
Lector: Sally Shewmon, Dave Woods
Euch. Min.:
Brad Shewmon, Coord., Muriel Banach, Irene
Corcoran, Chris Esposito, Marie Guska, Ted
Kesteloot, Linda Kesteloot, Tanya Petermann, Tony  Russo, Rose Sherry, Michael Spehar, Bud Trunk,  George John Wingerter
Altar Serv.: Kaitlyn Deloncker, James Doherty, Erin Peterson,  Luke Peterson, Jr.
Music Min.: Ensemble/Instrumentalists

11:30 am Sunday, June 17, 2018
Presider:
Father Dan Brady
Deacon Michael Madison - Preaching
Lector: Jim Cascino, Barbara Condon
Euch. Min.:
Kathy Freiburger, Coord., Gene Beiswenger,
Winnie Bowles, Krystyna Chadzichristos, Julie  Cleary, Patrick Keating, Sr., Mary Jane Niman, Joyce  Voss
Altar Serv.: Gillian Heyden, Louis Mallek, Noelle Onischuk,  Taylor Stubitsch
Music Min.: Cantor/Instrumentalist

6:00 pm Sunday, June 17, 2018
Presider: Father Louis Golamari
Deacon Paul Onischuk - Preaching

Lector: Elizabeth Czulno
Euch. Min.: Casey Pulikowski, Jake Pulikowski, Mary Anne
Wlodyga, Spencer North
Altar Serv.: Billy Doyle, Mary Grace Lynch

PRAY FOR THE DECEASED


Joseph H. Kaminski, Ronald A. Murray

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CYCLES OF FAITH
Tenth Sunday in Ordinary Time

Have you ever felt judged by your family? St. John Paul II noted that the family "is the cradle of life and love" (On the Lay Members of Christ's Faithful, 40). Yet unmet expectations and divergent priorities can cause tension in even the most loving family situations. This is true for us, and it was true for Jesus!

In today's Gospel, Jesus has returned home to Nazareth. A large crowd gathered, and Jesus finds himself facing stiff opposition from his family. This was likely Jesus' large, extended family. The Semitic language has no specific words for extended relatives, so everyone is "brother" or "sister." The entire clan has gotten wind of Jesus' preaching, and they are not amused. "They set out to seize him, for they said, 'He is out of his mind.'" To make matters worse, the religious authorities even accuse Jesus of being possessed by a demon. It's a mess by any standards.

The family's perspective is perhaps understandable. In Jewish culture, teachers and scribes underwent intensive schooling and apprenticeships, none of which Jesus had done. The family knew Jesus the carpenter, not Jesus the rabbi. For them, Jesus' bold preaching threatened the reputation of their family!

Jesus' words to his family can seem controversial. "Who are my mother and my brothers?" Yet Jesus knows what he is about. He has always known he would be about the business of his Heavenly Father. And what is that business? It is the business of the new covenant and the Kingdom of God. In this Kingdom, we are all adopted sons and daughters of the King. Jesus begins, even now, to expand the perspective of his listeners. Being welcomed into this family does not depend on our families of birth or ethnic origin, but a wholehearted commitment to "do the will of God."

SACRED LITURGY


Monday, June 11, 2018
7:00 am Communion Service
8:30 am Francis Lynch, William Lohmeier

Tuesday, June 12, 2018
7:00 am Communion Service
8:30 am Frances Gregorovic

Wednesday, June 13, 2018

7:00 am Communion Service
8:30 am Anthony Palmer, Helen Pydo, Romano Valentini

Thursday, June 14, 2018
7:00 am Communion Service
8:30 am Bill Deger, Bill Casey, Joe Foreman

Friday, June 15, 2018
7:00 am Communion Service
8:30 am Jean Sode, Dolores Knapp

Saturday, June 16, 2018
8:30 am Communion Service
3:00 pm Wedding Liturgy
5:00 pm Roy Wozniak, Thomas Seimetz,
Michael Abrahanson, Joe Foreman

Sunday, June 17, 2018
7:30 am Orlando Mastrangeli, Enos Dickey,
Nicholas Tischer, Jerry Mikulski, James Hickey
9:30 am Ralph Kappelman,
Deceased members of the Duffer & Giannini
Families, Chester Hacias, Stanley Cota
11:30 am Kelly Trecka, Fernando Caburnay, Martin Giarelli,  Jim Doherty, Thomas & Joan Kain
6:00 pm Anna Hrtanek, Michael Abrahamson, Joe Foreman

Readings for the Week of June 10, 2018

Sunday:  Gn 3:9-15/Ps 130:1-2, 3-4, 5-6, 7-8 [7bc]/2 Cor  4:13--5:1/Mk 3:20-35
Monday:  Acts 11:21b-26; 13:1-3/Ps 98:1, 2-3ab, 3cd-4, 5 -6 [cf. 2b]/Mt 5:1-12
Tuesday:  1 Kgs 17:7-16/Ps 4:2-3, 4-5, 7b-8 [7a]/Mt 5:13- 16
Wednesday:  1 Kgs 18:20-39/Ps 16:1b-2ab, 4, 5ab and 8, 11  [1b]/Mt 5:17-19
Thursday:  1 Kgs 18:41-46/Ps 65:10, 11, 12-13 [2a]/Mt  5:20-26
Friday:  1 Kgs 19:9a, 11-16/Ps 27:7-8a, 8b-9abc, 13-14  [8b]/Mt 5:27-32
Saturday:  1 Kgs 19:19-21/Ps 16:1b-2a and 5, 7-8, 9-10  [cf. 5a]/Mt 5:33-37
Next Sunday: Ez 17:22-24/Ps 92:2-3, 13-14, 15-16 [cf. 2a]/2  Cor 5:6-10/Mk 4:26-34

PRAY FOR THE SICK

Michael Harth, Joe Walker, Sr., Bev Folkedahl, John O'Neill, Maureen Sexson, Pam Barton, Joshua Leese, Chad Demas, Catherine Hansen, Marie Caranci, Geraldine Shufeldt, Peter Phillips, Debbie (Flack) Fry, Carol Herman, Ann Kelley, Lynn Steele, Margaret Soboleski, Marie DeSanto, Steve Demas, Carol Blatnick, Joel Rivera, Arthur Dixon, Rita Maves, Joseph Halka, Rev. John Topper, O.S.M.