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Saint Francis Borgia Church

8033 W. Addison St. Chicago, IL 60634 773-625-1118 www.stfrancisborgiachicago.org

Palm Sunday
Mass Schedule
Monday - Friday: 7:15 & 8:30am in Chapel Saturday: 8:00am in Chapel, 5:00pm in Church Sunday: 7:30, 10:30am & Noon in Church Polish Sunday Mass: 9:00am, 6:00pm in Church Signed Sunday Mass: 10:30am in Chapel

March 24, 2013

The Borgian

Confessions
Saturdays: 4:00 - 4:45pm in Chapel Monday - Friday: after 7:15 & 8:30am Masses or by appointment - call 773-625-1118

Human Care Services: call rectory


- Anyone in need of sacraments at home or in the hospital - Bereavement Ministry - Respect Life Group

New Parishioners Welcome to Our Parish!


Call or visit the rectory to register

Marriages
Phone rectory for appointment with priest at least 6 months before wedding & always before booking reception

Baptism of Children

2nd Sunday of each month at 1:00pm Call the rectory for a scheduling appointment and for information on the baptismal class Baptism in Polish - 4th Sunday of each month at the 9:00am Mass

Catholic Converts & Baptism of Adults (RCIA)


Phone the Religious Education Office at 773-625-1705

Ogoszenia Parafialne po Polsku


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n all the readings for this Sunday we can look at the face of Jesus. There are two Gospel passages, both from the Gospel of Luke. The first tells of Jesus triumphal entry into Jerusalem on the back of a donkey. Crowds greeted him with shouts of Hosanna! The second tells of Jesus departure from Jerusalem, carrying the cross on his back. The same crowds derided him and shouted for his crucifixion. We first see a face shining with glory, but in a few short days a face dark with blood and sorrow. Set between these two contrasting Gospel passages are equally contrasting readings from the Hebrew and Christian scriptures. Isaiah describes a suffering servant who willingly submits to beating and humiliation, not even turning away his face. He knows he belongs to God and will not be put to shame. Paul writes to the Philippians of Christ Jesus, the true Suffering Servant, who willingly emptied himself to become human. But this man, with a very human face, has now been exalted by God above all others.
Copyright J. S. Paluch Co.

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Mass Intentions
6:00

Saturday, March 23, 2013


8:00 Leopoldo Chiapetta Zofia & Ryszard Chelmecki Thomas Gene Grieger 5:00 Vincenza Vitale Joan Stark Eleanor Jacobazzi on 1st Death Anniversary

O zdrowie i potrzebne laski dla Anny i Slawomira Kepa O zdrowie i potrzebne laski dla Mieczyslawa i Wieslawy Biedron Elzbieta i Jan Kawula Leszek Kawula Thomas Little

Monday, March 25, 2013


7:15 Most Forgotten Souls in Purgatory 8:30 All Our Sick & Homebound

Sunday, March 24, 2013 Palm Sunday of the Passion of the Lord
7:30 Sterrett Family Emma Jacobellis Ryan Curcio 9:00 Jozefa Twardzicka Anna i Jozef Kulik w 9 rocz. smierci taty 10:30 Renato Bacci Ellen Siek George D. Watt on 1st Death Anniversary 12:00 Sebastian & Maria Nunzia Brancato Domenico & Rosa Parente Stefanie & Leopold Scheer Rosario Cimino Joseph Cimino Rosa Ditusa

Tuesday, March 26, 2013


7:15 William Walsh Michael Kennedy 8:30 All Our Sick & Homebound

Wednesday, March 27, 2013


7:15 Guerino & Ferdinando Vercillo 8:30 Most Forgotten Souls in Purgatory

Thursday, March 28, 2013 7:00 For Parishioners Friday, March 29, 2013
No mass

Saturday, March 30, 2013


7:00 Andrzej Wawrzyniak Joan Stark Maria Parrini

Sunday, March 31, 2013 Easter Sunday of the Resurrection of the Lord

Holy Week Schedule


HOLY THURSDAY, March 28 7:00pm Mass of the Lords Supper (bilingual) Vigil in Church until 11:00pm GOOD FRIDAY, March 29 3:00pm Way of the Cross 5:30pm Liturgy (English) 7:30pm Liturgy (Polish) Veneration of the Cross in Church until 11:00pm

HOLY SATURDAY, March 30 Blessing of Food 10:00am to 1:00pm (Every 30 minutes In Church) 7:00pm Easter Vigil (bilingual) EASTER SUNDAY, March 31 5:30am Mass of the Resurrection (Polish) 7:30, 10:30, and 12:00 (English) 9:00am and 1:30pm (Polish) There will be no 6:00pm Polish Mass

New Parishioners Are Invited to Register


We welcome everyone who is new to our neighborhood or new to St. Francis Borgia Parish. To become a member of our parish. Please fill out the form below and return in the collection basket or bring to the rectory. Thank you for joining our parish family of faith.

______________________________________ Last name of registrants ______________________________________ Name of spouse Date of Birth ______________________________________ Address ______________________________________ Home phone number

______________________________________ First name Date of Birth ______________________________________ Names of children Dates of Birth ______________________________________ City, State, Zip ______________________________________ Alternate phone number

March 24, 2013

Page Three Members of our church community are serving our country in the various branches of the military. Please pray for all of them and their families and especially for those listed below.
Matthew J. Albanese James Allision Paul Raymond Barthel Christopher R. Burdulinski Joseph Vito Burdulinski Anthony L. Cammuca James D. Campis Jasper Catalano Robert Curtis Tamara DeCaro Shawn Gaffney Gerald Giovannelli Slawomir Glownia Michael Granadon Joseph Patrick Kinney Frank Joseph Klimas James Labbe Tom Lewandowski Matt Manzano Tim McManus Darrell Mills Michael A. Morelli Artur Niedbelka Roman Ortega Nicholas Ranch James H. Schreiner Robert Schreiner Richard A. Wagner Steven A. Walker

St. Francis Borgia Mission Statement


St. Francis Borgia nurtures the Roman Catholic Faith and fosters the gifts of the Holy Spirit in all by: Welcoming everyone into our faith community; Celebrating the sacraments together; Providing faith education; Providing an environment for prayerful meditation; Utilizing our time, talents and treasures. We resolve to develop, support, empower, and encourage individuals to reach their spiritual potential for the greater glory of God and the good of His people.

SUNDAY, March 24......................................... ..Palm Sunday 7:30 Cub Scout Pancake Breakfast ................... SC2 9:00 Deaf Ministry ................. Chapel/SC2/3/4/MH MONDAY, March 25 .............................................. Holy Monday 9:00 Crafters ..................................................... SC3 7:30 Italian Catholic Confederation.................. SC2 7:45 Zumba........................................... Mayall Hall TUESDAY, March 26 School Mass...................... Holy Tuesday 9:00 Marian Movement ................................ Chapel 11:00 Deaf Ministry ........................................... SC2 4:00 Brownies .................................................. SC2 7:30 Knights of Columbus ............................... SC2 WEDNESDAY, March 27 ................................ Holy Wednesday 6:45 Rosary Peace Service .......................... Chapel 7:00 RCIA Easter Vigil Practice ..................Church THURSDAY, March 28 ........................................ Holy Thursday 2:00 Deaf Ministry ............................... Chapel/SC2 4:00 Girl Scouts ................................................ SC3 FRIDAY, March 29 .................................................... Good Friday 2:00 Deaf Ministry ............................... Chapel/SC2 SATURDAY, March 30 .......................................... Holy Saturday 4:00 Deaf Ministry ........................................... SC2 SUNDAY, March 31..........................................Easter Sunday 9:00 Deaf Ministry ................. Chapel/SC2/3/4/MH

Respect Life
Jesus, who upon entering into the world said: "I have come, O God, to do your will" (cf. Heb 10:9), made himself obedient to the Father in everything and, "having loved his own who were in the world, he loved them to the end" (Jn 13:1), giving himself completely for them. He who had come "not to be served but to serve, and to give his life as a ransom for many" (Mk 10:45), attains on the Cross the heights of love: "Greater love has no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends" (Jn 15:13). And he died for us while we were yet sinners (cf. Rom 5:8).In this way Jesus proclaims that life finds its center, its meaning and its fulfillment when it is given up. At this point our meditation becomes praise and thanksgiving, and at the same time urges us to imitate Christ and follow in his footsteps (cf. 1 Pt 2:21). We too are called to give our lives for our brothers and sisters, and thus to realize in the fullness of truth the meaning and destiny of our existence.

Please pray for all the sick, homebound, and the convalescents of the parish, our relatives and friends, and especially: Michael ONeill, Sr. Felicia Accolti Michael Palumbo Mario Acuna Rosemary Palumbo Carmella Aguilar Samantha Parry Susan Bailog Bernadette Petty June Billingham Harry Pietroczynski Mary Burke Victoria Pietroczynski Marcella Buttkus Antonio Pontarelli Rita Caruk Catherine Richko Greg Caruso Lacie Richko Steve Chorba Laura Richko Elisabeth Corkran Megan Richko Elaine Czarnowski Michelle Richko Elizabeth Dimaiuta Sara Richko Margaret Ebler & Family Joseph Rylko Patricia Fleming Virginia Rylko Anne Fritz Anthony Scarpelli David Gardner Dolores Schmugge Walter Garland Dorothy Schultz James Gorski Mary Sloboda Lynn Gutekanst Jeff Stachula Timothy Heider Christopher Staunton Lottie Jankowski Frances Swiatek Kate Klostermann Jozef Szczepanski Edwin Kowalski Christine M. Szeszel Darlene Krivasich Bonita A. Townsend Bronislawa Lakomski Jason Townsend Jozef Lenart. Nicholas Vitellaro Dons Ludmann Helena Walaszek Isabelle Majko James White John Martinelli Michele White Bernice Mae McKay Terry White Joanne Melone Michael ONeill, Jr.

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From the Pastors Desk


Holy Week begins with Palm Sunday. It is a Week full of pain and suffering, but it culminates with the ultimate victory of Christ over sin and death. At one time there was a theatrical presentation entitled Final Judgment. There was shown all of humanity on a great plaza, at the end of the world. In the middle there was an empty throne, on which God the Father was supposed to sit and pass judgment. Some people humbly and patiently waited, others were filled with fear and started weeping. Others still started to revolt saying God does not have the right to judge us, since God, having always been God, does not know how it feels to suffer and toil while on Earth. On Earth, human laws always applied and so we should be judged according to Earth laws. At that moment, the trumpet sounded and the final judgment was initiated. Everyone was highly surprised, especially those that protested about Gods rights to judge, when Jesus Christ wearing the crown of thorns appeared. Jesus had been appointed to undertake the final judgment of humanity, since Jesus who knew the nature of life on Earth, and had been Himself judged and punished by mankind. At that moment all of the people became silent and realized that God had unquestionable authority to judge them. We accompany Jesus during His suffering to accomplish the work of salvation by participating in observances during Holy Week. All are invited to the observances on Holy Thursday at 7 PM. It is an important day since it is the day the sacraments of the Eucharist and Holy Orders were established by Jesus. It is also the Mass which joins our entire faith community together. Good Friday has this name since it is the day our salvation was accomplished. Through participation in the Way of the Cross on that day at 3:00 PM and through participating in the Adoration of the Cross at 5:30 PM we show our gratitude to Christ for His gift of salvation. Liturgy on Holy Saturday will commemorate our own baptisms. All are also welcome to services on Easter Sunday, to be held according to the Sunday schedule.

School News
This Week At St. Francis Borgia School: The Game/Puzzle Club will meet after school on Monday, March 25. There will be an all-school Mass on Tuesday, March 26, at 8:30 a.m. in the church. The sixth grade is preparing this liturgy and will be presenting the living stations. All are welcome to attend. The St. Francis Borgia Mini Bombers will meet Wednesday, March 27, in the gym from 12:45 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. This is a FREE Mom and Tots group. Activities include music and motion, story time, free play, sensory play and arts and crafts. This FREE Mom and Tots program is for toddlers and children under 4 years of age. Its a chance for mother and child to spend some quality time doing fun activities together. Parent participation with your child is required. Please enter through the gym doors. On Wednesday, March 27, grades K through 8 will attend Stations of the Cross in the church at 2:00 p.m. These grades will be dismissed from church. Report cards will be distributed on Thursday, March 28. Easter recess begins at 2:40 p.m. on Thursday, March 28. Blessings to all our school and parish families! Happy Easter! The Drama Club will NOT meet after school on Thursday, March 28. St. Francis Borgia School would like to thank all the school families, parishioners and neighbors who have used the Abitibi paper recycling bins. You have not only helped the environment, you have also helped support St. Francis Borgia School. This recycling program has been a great success. We just received our report card for 2012. SFB collected 108.75 tons of paper for a total profit of $2,175.17. We are one of the top ten individual schools of Abitibi customers. Thank you, everyone, for making this possible! If you have not used these bins yet, please join in and help our school and the earth. The recycle bins are located on the Addison Street side of the Stokes Center parking lot. Please save and recycle newspaper, magazines, catalogs, mail, envelopes, folders, fax paper, copy paper, and bagged shredded paper. They will not accept cardboard, wrapping paper, or phone books.

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HABEMUS PAPAM

POPE FRANCIS
Pope Francis, formerly Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio, S.J., had been Archbishop of Buenos Aires, Argentina, since 1998. He was born on December 17, 1936 in Buenos Aires, to an Italian immigrant who worked on the railroads and his wife, also of Italian descent. He was ordained for the Jesuits on December 13, 1969 during his theological studies at the Theological Faculty of San Miguel. He was novice master in San Miguel, where he also taught theology. He served as Provincial for Argentina from 1973 to 1979 and as rector of the Philosophical and Theological Faculty of San Miguel from 1980 to 1986. After completing his doctoral dissertation in Germany, he returned to his homeland to serve as a confessor and spiritual director in Crdoba. On May 20, 1992 he was appointed titular Bishop of Auca and Auxiliary of Buenos Aires, receiving episcopal consecration on June 27. On June 3, 1997 he was appointed Coadjutor Archbishop of Buenos Aires and succeeded Cardinal Antonio Quarracino on February 28, 1998. He was also Ordinary for Eastern-rite faithful in Argentina, who lack an Ordinary of their own rite. Archbishop Bergoglio was named cardinal by Blessed John Paul II on February 21, 2001. He served two terms as President of the Bishops' Conference of Argentina from November 8, 2005 until November 8, 2011. He has served on the Congregation of Clergy, Congregation of Divine Worship and Sacraments, Congregation of Institutes of Consecrated Life, and the Congregation of Societies of Apostolic Life, as well as the Pontifical Council for the Family and the Pontifical Commission for Latin America. He was Adjunct Relator General of the 10th Ordinary General Assembly of the Synod of Bishops in October 2001. On March 13, 2013 he was elected the 266th pope in the apostolic succession dating from the time of Saint Peter. Intercession for the new pope For Pope Francis, successor to Peter the apostle, that he will lead the Church with courage in times of peace and in times of turmoil, we pray to the Lord. Prayer for the new pope O gracious God, our shepherd and guide, look with love on Francis your servant, whom you have appointed as successor to Saint Peter. Grant him courage and wisdom, and fill him with love for your people. May he serve with fidelity all those whom you have entrusted to his care and bring your Church together in unity of heart and purpose as we seek to fulfill the mission of your Son, Jesus Christ our Lord, who lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit for ever and ever. Amen.

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Msze wite Poniedziaek - Pitek: 7:15 i 8:30 rano w kaplicy (wejcie od ulicy Addison) Sobota: 8:00 rano w kaplicy (Addison) i 17:00 w kociele (Forest Preserve) Niedziela: 7:30, 10:30, 12:00 po polsku: 9:00 i 18:00 w kociele Kancelaria Parafialna: 773-625-1118 Poniedziaek - Pitek: 8:30 - 20:00 Przerwa: 12:00 - 13:00 Sobota: 9:00 - 13:00 Spowied Sobota: 16:00-16:45 w kaplicy Poniedziaek - Pitek: po porannych Mszach w.: 7:15 i 8:30 w kaplicy; lub w wyjtkowej sytuacji, prosimy skontaktowa si z wybranym kapanem Sakrament Maestwa Prosimy dzwoni do Kancelarii aby wyznaczy spotkanie z kapanem przynajmniej 6 miesicy przed lubem i zawsze przed rezerwacj sali. Sakrament Chrztu witego W 2-g niedziel miesica po angielsku o godz. 13:00. W 4-t niedziel miesica po polsku podczas Mszy w. o godz. 9:00 rano. Prosimy dzwoni do kancelarii nie pniej ni miesic od daty Chrztu odnonie spotkania z kapanem i nauk przygotowawczych do Chrztu. Nowi Parafianie Witamy w naszej parafii! Chtnych do zapisania si do parafii, prosimy o kontakt telefoniczny, osobiste przyjcie do Kancelarii w godzinach otwarcia, lub po Mszy w., do Zakrystii. (Rejestracja jest bezpatna). Duszpasterstwo Socjalne Prosimy dzwoni do Kancelarii: - Sakramenty w. w domu lub w szpitalu - Grupa Ochrony ycia - Grupa M.B. Czstochowskiej Sakrament Namaszczenia Chorych Sakrament Chorych udzielany jest w kady poniedziaek podczas porannej Mszy w. o godz. 8:30. Ta Msza w. jest sprawowana szczeglnie za wszystkich chorych i cierpicych. Pogrzeby lub Msze aobne Aby ustali dat i godzin pogrzebu lub Mszy aobnej, prosimy o niezwoczne skontaktowanie si z kapanem.

Z Biurka Ks. Proboszcza...


Niedziel Palmow rozpoczynamy Wielki Tydzie, tydzie wielkiego cierpienia zakoczony wielkim Zwycistwem Chrystusa nad mierci. Kiedy pojawia si na scenie inscenizacja zatytuowana Sd Ostateczny. Na wielkim placu na kocu wiata przed pustym tronem, na ktrym mia zasi Bg Sdzia, zgromadzia si caa ludzko. Niektrzy pokornie i w zadumie inni z lkiem i paczem oczekiwali na sd. Jeszcze inni zaczli si buntowa mwic: Bg nie ma prawa nas sdzi z naszego ycia na ziemi, bo On nie wie, co to cierpienie i trud ycia ziemskiego. On nie wie, co to znaczy by czowiekiem, bo zawsze by Bogiem. Na ziemi zawsze obowizywao nas prawo ludzkie i wedug niego powinnimy by sdzeni. W tym momencie rozleg si dwik trb niebieskich oznajmiajcych przybycie najwyszego sdziego na Sd Ostateczny. Jakie byo zdziwienie wszystkich, a zwaszcza tych, ktrzy uwaali e Bg nie ma prawa sdzi czowieka, kiedy na tronie zasiad Jezus Chrystus w cierniowej koronie. To on zosta powoany przez Boga na Sd Ostateczny czowieka. On, ktry zna trud ycia ziemskiego i ktry sam by przez czowieka osdzony i skazany na mier. W tym momencie cay tum zamilk na dowd, e Bg ma prawo sdzi czowieka i ma moc go zbawi. Towarzyszmy Jezusowi w chwili Jego cierpienia dla naszego zbawienia poprzez udzia w obrzdach Wielkiego Tygodnia. Chrystus cierpia za nasze grzechy wic pikn odpowiedzi na Jego ofiar byaby dobra spowied wielkanocna. W naszej parafii spowied bdzie w poniedzialek, 25 marca od 5PM 8PM. Zapraszamy wszystkich na Msze w. Wieczerzy Paskiej w Wielki Czwartek o godzinie 7PM. Jest to Pamitka ustanowienia Eucharystii, Kapastwa i Przykazania Mioci. Jest to rwnie Msza w., ktra czy i jednoczy ca wsplnot parafialn. Wielki Pitek jest w jzyku angielskim nazywany Good Friday (Dobry Pitek), poniewa w tym dniu dokonao si nasze zbawienie. Poprzez udzia w adoracji Krzya o godzinie 7:30PM podzikujmy Chrystusowi za dar zbawienia. Liturgia Wielkiej Soboty o 7PM bdzie naszym dzikczynieniem za dar Chrztu witego. Zapraszamy Was na Rezurekcj w Niedziel Wielkanocn o 5:30AM, abymy wraz z Mari Magdalen mogli spotka Chrystusa Zmartwychwstaego i ruszy za Nim uroczyst procesj, ktra prowadzi do Nowego ycia.

Wielki Poniedzialek Spowiedz od 5-8pm Wielki Czwartek: Msza Sw. dwujezyczna o 7:00pm Wielki Piatek: Liturgia o 7:30pm Wielka Sobota: Msza dwujezyczna o 7:00pm Wielka Niedziela: Rezurekcja o 5:30am z procesja, o 9:00am i o 1:30pm Poniedzialek Wielkanocny: Msza Sw. o 10:30am i o 7:00pm

Swieconka
Grupa Modlitewna Czcicieli Matki Boskiej Czestochowskiej przy parafii St. Francis Borgia zaprasza parafian i gosci na Swieconke Wielkanocna w niedziele 7 kwietnia o godzinie 3:00pm. Cena biletu: dorosli $25, dzieci od lat 812 $10, dzieci do 8 lat za darmo. Nalezy zglosic ile dzieci do lat 8. W programie Misterium Wielkanocne o Bozym Milosierdziu, smaczny goracy obiad, kawa, herbata, ciasto, loteria fantowa, zespol Zawisza. W sprawie biletow, kontakt: Pani Maria Bycul 773-625-1578 Renata Kopczewska 773-625-6008

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Our Sacrificial Gifts of Time, Talent, & Treasure


March 16 and 17, 2013 Collection
Will be posted in the next bulletin

Please pray for those who have died and their families:

Donald Joseph
St. Padre Pio Plaza
We encourage you to buy a memorial brick for the St. Padre Pio Plaza. For more information: Rectory 773-625-1118 (English/Polish) or 773-763-0507 (Italian).

READINGS FOR THE WEEK


Monday: Tuesday: Wednesday: Thursday: Is 42:1-7; Ps 27:1-3, 13-14; Jn 12:1-11 Is 49:1-6; Ps 71:1-6, 15, 17; Jn 13:21-33, 36-38 Is 50:4-9a; Ps 69:8-10, 21-22, 31,33-34; Mt 26:14-25 Chrism Mass: Is 61:1-3a, 6a, 8b-9; Ps 89:21-22, 25, 27; Rv 1:5-8; Lk 4:16-21 Lord's Supper: Ex 12:1-8, 11-14; Ps 116:12-13, 15-16bc, 17-18; 1 Cor 11:23-26; Jn 13:1-15 Is 52:13 -- 53:12; Ps 31:2, 6, 12-13, 17, 25; Heb 4:14-16; 5:7-9; Jn 18:1 -- 19:42 a) Gn 1:1 -- 2:2 [1:1, 26-31a]; Ps 104:12, 5-6, 10, 12, 13-14, 24, 35; or Ps 33:47, 12-13, 20-22; b) Gn22:1-18[1-2, 9a, 10-13, 15-18]; Ps 16:5,8-11; c) Ex 14:15 -- 15:1; Ex 15:1-6, 17-18; d) Is 54:5-14; Ps 30:2, 4-6, 11-13; e) Is 55:1-11; Is 12:2-6; f) Bar 3:9-15, 32 -- 4:4; Ps 19:8-11; g) Ez 36:16-17a, 18-28; Ps 42:3, 5; 43:3-4 or Is 12:2-3, 4bcd, 5-6 or Ps 51:12-15, 18-19; h) Rom 6:3-11; i) Ps 118:1-2, 16-17, 22-23; Lk 24:1-12 Acts 10:34a, 37-43; Ps 118:1-2, 16-17, 22-23; Col 3:1-4 or 1 Cor 5:6b-8; Jn 20:1-9 or Lk 24:1-12 or (at an afternoon or evening Mass) Lk 24:13-35

Friday: Saturday:

Sunday:

Ive stopped expecting you to make leaps of faith, but it would be nice to see a hop now and then. Eucharistic Ministers Altar Servers As Scheduled As Scheduled D. and J. Kaszczewski, A. Podraza, A. Zabawa As Scheduled As Scheduled As Scheduled Blessed Virgin Side
Frank Cannataro (co-lead usher), Gary Mathews, Dr. John Przywara, Terry Renk, Stanley Szarmach Robert Dabe (co-lead usher), Edward Cernak, Timothy Costa, Thomas Melkovitz Elizabeth Dimaiuta, Giacomo Santoro (co-lead usher), Trent Testa Ken Johnson, Philip Kulka (co-lead usher), Anthony Siciliano, Michael Wilczynski Stanislaw Kochanek, Ireneusz Kura, Karol Latko, Kazimierz Mucha, Piotr Mysha, Bogdan Wszelaki, Jerry Kopczewski

Date/Time
Sat. March 30 7:00pm Vigil

Celebrant Fr. Richard Milek (bilingual)

Lector As Scheduled As Scheduled

As Scheduled As Scheduled As Scheduled As Scheduled As Scheduled As Scheduled

Sun. March 31 Fr. Joe Mulcrone 7:30am

Sun. March 31 Fr. Marcin Bulinski As Scheduled 9:00am, Polish Sun. March 31 Fr. Richard Milek 10:30am Sun. March 31 Fr. Mike Class 12:00pm

As Scheduled As Scheduled

Sun. March 31 Fr. Marcin Bulinski As Scheduled 1:30pm, Polish

Ushers
Saturday 5:00pm Sunday 7:30am Sunday 10:30am Sunday 12:00pm

Sacred Heart Side


Ken Grenier (head usher), Anthony Aguilar, George Hickey, Pat Hickey, Marsha Ptasnik, Michael Schmaus, James Thompson, Carol Zator, Ken Zator, Lisa Schmaus Ernesto Cabias, Robert Lugo, J. Blair Raftree (co-lead usher), Stanley Starzec Mary McGeean (co-lead usher), Stella Mendelowska, Frank Perrone, Teresa Pina-Rodriguez, Bernie Schmidt Pawel Bochenek, Michael Fitzpatrick, Bryant Marure, John OHagan (co-lead usher)

Sun. (Polish) Waldemar Farbisz (lead usher), Cezary Kozikowski, Jan Majka, Zygmunt Papciak, Julian Pyjor, 9:00am Frank Wierzbicki, Marek Zabawa. 6:00pm

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St. Francis Borgia Church


8033 W. Addison St. Chicago, IL 60634
www.stfrancisborgiachicago.org Rectory 773-625-1118 773-625-1110 (FAX) School 773-589-1000 773-589-0781 (FAX) Religious Education 773-625-1705 773-625-1774 (FAX)

Fr. Richard Milek, Pastor Fr. Marcin Bulinski, Associate Pastor Mr. William Lehman, Deacon Miss Ruthanne Swiatkowski, Religious Ed. Director Miss Monika Wawrzyniak, Office Manager Mass Intentions Telephone the rectory or stop by in person, Monday through Friday between the hours of 8:30am and 4:00pm.

Fr. Joseph Mulcrone, Director, Office of the Deaf Fr. Michael Class, SJ, Weekend Celebrant Mrs. Susan Betzolt, Principal Mr. Martin Wojtulewicz, Business Manager Mr. Anthony J. Woldeit, Music Director Rectory Office Hours Weekdays: 8:30am -12:00noon; 1:00 - 8:00pm Saturday: 9:00am - 1:00pm Sunday: CLOSED

CHURCH NAME & NUMBER #512073 Saint Francis Borgia ADDRESS 8033 W. Addison Street Chicago, IL 60634 PHONE 773-625-1118 CONTACT PERSON Monika SOFTWARE Microsoft Publisher 2007 Adobe Acrobat 9.0 Windows 7 Professional PRINTER HP Laserjet 2100 TRANSMISSION TIME Tuesday 4:30 PM NUMBER OF PAGES SENT Cover through 7 SUNDAY DATE OF BULLETIN
September 16, 2012

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