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Saint Albert the Great

8000 south Linder avenue BURBANK




As often as you eat this bread and drink the cup, you proclaim the death of the Lord until he comes.
1 Corinthians 11:26


All are In this House of God

MASSES SATURDAY 5:00 PM (Sunday Obligation) SUNDAY 7:30 AM - 9:00 AM - 10:30 AM (English-Polish) - 12:00 PM 6:15 AM, 1:30 PM and 5:00 PM (Polish) 6:30 PM (Spanish) WEEKDAY MASSES (Monday-Friday) 6:30 AM, 7:30 AM (Polish), 8:30 AM SATURDAY MASS 7:30 AM ( Polish) 8:30 AM FIRST FRIDAY ADORATION - All day, Bilingual Confessions 5:00-6:00PM, 6:00 PM Mass (Polish) HOLY DAYS Please refer to schedules printed in the bulletin prior to the Holiday. Vigil Mass - 7:00 PM (evening before Holy Day) SACRAMENT OF RECONCILIATION Saturday 4:00-4:45 PM SACRAMENT OF BAPTISM 1st, 2nd and 3rd Sundays at 3:15 PM Baptismal Preparation Class Last Monday of month at 7:00 PM Parish registration and attendance at the Baptismal Preparation Class are required prior to Baptism. SACRAMENT OF MARRIAGE All wedding arrangements must be made with a parish priest at least 5 months prior to scheduled date. All couples are required to participate in a marriage preparation program. Parish registration is a requirement. Times of marriages are as follows: Saturday 12:00 PM and 2:00 PM

RECTORY ..(708)423-0321 PLEBANIA (po polsku)...708)423-0321 For 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)423-0321 Deacon Irvin A. Bryce Jr. PRAYER NETWORK....(708)966-4068 Mrs. Marlene Rybicki ST. ALBERT THE GREAT SCHOOL.(708)424-7757 5535 West State Road Mrs. Marilyn Kurowski, Principal POLISH CATHOLIC SCHOOL KS. IGNACEGO POSADZEGO.(708) 423-5714 5555 West State Road,Sr. Anna Gorska, Principal E-MAIL CCD OFFICE...(708)636-0406 Mr.5535 West State Road Kevin Wiseman, Coordinator

Monday, June 3, 2013 St. Charles Lwanga & Companions, Martyrs 6:30 +Bernardine Kramer 7:30 8:30 +Adolph Bloczynski, +Jan Kowalczyk +Wright & Shaughnessy Family, +Jan Kowalczyk Tuesday, June 4, 2013 6:30 7:30 +Stanislaw Tylka 8:30 +Frank & Marie Mattera +Umberto & Theresa Botta Wednesday, June 5, 2013 St. Boniface, Bishop & Martyr 6:30 7:30 8:10 -MORNING PRAYER OF THE CHURCH 8:30 +Poor Souls in Purgatory +Maria & Kazimierz Mitoraj Thursday, June 6, 2013 St. Norbert, Bishop 6:30 7:30 8:30 +Fernando Lucena 7:00PM-PARISH HOLY HOUR First Friday, June 7, 2013 The Most Sacred Heart of Jesus 6:30 -Purgatorial Society 7:30 8:30 +Poor Souls in Purgatory 6:00PM +Magdalena & Franciszek Drozdowski Saturday, June 8 2013 The Immaculate Heart of the Blessed Virgin Mary 7:30 8:30 +Rose Hawkins 12:00PM - Wedding: Jacek Soltys & Natalia Soltys 2:00PM - Wedding: Tomasz Prochowski & Ewelina Hyla 5:00PM +Manuel Garcia, +Salvatore Imbarrato +Patricia Fischer +Michael Antoszkiewicz 2nd Anniv. of Death Sunday, June 9, 2013 Tenth Sunday in Ordinary Time 6:15 7:30 -For the Parishioners 9:00 +Helen Kleusner, +Bernice Haton -For the Priests of the St. Albert the Great, Blessing 10:30 +Mieczyslaw Antol -Dariusz Bryniarski 10th Birthday Blessing +Marek Pasko Anniv. of Death 12:00PM +Jerry Buckley, +Helen Jasinski -Pompeyo & Violette Flores 66th Wedding Anniversary 1:30PM - Maria Stolarczyk 5th Anniv. of Death 5:00PM 6:30PM -

Just as the bread, which is made from the earth, when God is invoked is no longer common bread but the Eucharist, both earthly and heavenly, so our bodies, after we have received the Eucharist, are no longer corruptible, since they hold the hope of the resurrection. St. Irenaeus Happy Wedding Anniversary 66 years Pompeyo & Violette Flores
WEDDING BANNS III-Jacek Soltys & Natalia Soltys III-Tomaz Prochowski & Ewelina Hyla III-Mateusz Gacek & Monica Skupien II-Francisco Vargas & Susan Gamez II-Carlos Estrada & Judit Guzman II-Jose Luis Rodriguez & Martha Juarez II-William Bokina & Mary Therese Wolowiec I-Mark Ligeza & Mayra Mendez I-Ryan Curtis Sherwood & Nicole Marie Gatz


Parents! Please consider your childs education with us here at St. Alberts by enrolling your child (who will be five by September 1st) in our terrific Kindergarten Program. Remember that a Catholic education is a gift that will last a life-time! For more information call 708-424-7757 or 708-423-0321
LET US PRAY For the sick: Mary Ellen Connelly, Dorothy Sokolowski, Peter Boyko, Rose Heiden, Michael Mazurek, Yvonne Vacha, Terrie Lynn Hennessy, Dorothy White, Debbie OHara, Eric & Jesse Dulce, Donald Demski, Marge Nunez, Marlene Johanes, Andrea Pelicano, Mary Sochacz Marilyn Buchalski, Erica Huisman, Eckhart Families, Carmella Mazurek, Arletta Ceynow, Bernice Ciszek, Valerie Farbin, Irene Korosa, Bill & Ruth Eichnamm, Diane & Robert Juris, Dorothy Reid, Salvatore Bottari, Theresa Lonski, Harriet Madey, Alex Silverman, Don Kupiec, Richard Polancyk, Johana Pusateri, Janelle Demski, Bussie & Hedderman Families, Sister Patricia Labuda, Walter Anderson, Denis Hedderman & Family Shirley McVane, Katie and Lucy Hedderman, Cheryl Korosa, Penny Prokop, Mary Ann Riccio. For the deceased:Eugene Silder, Kinga Lada.


our elderly retired Chicago Archdiocesan Priests by a concerned parishioner
Over two hundred retired priests of our archdiocese face a fragile financial future. That was never their concern. Helping you keep close to God and ministering to your needs in times of joy and grief is what they were ordained to do.



Priests Retirement and Mutual Aid Association (PRMAA) 4951 Harrison Street Hillside, IL 60162 708-449-8026


The Only Annual Collection for Priests of the Archdiocese of Chicago This fund raising campaign will benefit just the retired priests of the Archdiocese of Chicago and is not to be confused with the Annual National Campaign for Retired Religious (nuns, priests and brothers). Thank God Many Continue To Serve Our Needs About half of our retired priests, who can still drive, are happy to help out in priest-short parishes, hospitals and wherever you need them. The older, sick or infirm priests live with fond memories of you and pray for your needs daily. This weekend is the annual collection for Chicagos retired priests. They will be grateful for whatever you can give. ARCHDIOCESE OF CHICAGO

Dear Friends in Christ, On the weekend of June 89, 2013, the special second collection is for the Retired Priests of the Archdiocese. The retired priests celebrate Mass and sacraments in hundreds of parishes throughout the Archdiocese of Chicago. Without their dedicated service, many parishes would need to reduce the number of Masses celebrated each weekend. Some retired priests are called upon to be temporary administrators of parishes and others fill in to allow pastors some needed time off. Our senior priests do this willingly as a continuation of the many years that they have faithfully served our Church. Please join me in offering our retired priests words of appreciation and gratitude for their many years of priestly ministry. The Priests Retirement and Mutual Aid Association (PRMAA) cares for our retired priests. This year, as is the case in every family, we have seen the cost of health care, prescription drugs, and nursing-home care increase. In addition, the priests pension fund remains seriously impacted by the economic downturn. This special collection will help us continue to support our retired priests. You may be aware that the December collection for retired men and women Religious is designated to provide only for those in Religious Orders. Archdiocesan priests do not receive any funds from this collection. I would like to take this opportunity to thank all of our retired priests for their lives and their exemplary ministry. We are blessed to have more than one hundred retired priests ministering in our parishes. May their spirit continue to enliven our Church! I am thankful to all of you for your remarkable generosity in this collection last year. I ask you to repeat your kindness this year. Your donations and your prayers are a great affirmation of our retired priests. Please pray for an increase in vocations to the priesthood. You and those you love are in my prayers; please keep me in yours. Sincerely yours in Christ, Francis Cardinal George, O.M.I.

We divide time into BC and AD; BC before Christ and AD, Anno Domini - in the year of Our Lord - since the birth of Jesus. This is our way of showing that Jesus is the center of history, Jesus is the most important event in history. Everything in history pales into insignificance compared to Jesus. It is the same in our lives. Jesus is or should be the center of our lives. Jesus is or should be the center of our week. Because Jesus is the center of our lives we come here to celebrate the Eucharist every Sunday and afterwards we go in peace to love and serve the Lord whom we encountered here in the Eucharist. Just as Jesus is the center of time, BC and AD, our celebration of Corpus Christi today reminds us to keep Jesus in the Eucharist at the center of our lives. Jesus desires that we live each day in intimate union with him, he is not a stranger to meet for just one hour every Sunday. Jesus is our best friend, or as some young children say, our bestest friend. Is Jesus your best friend? Can you live your entire day with Jesus and also spend special time in prayer with Jesus in the Eucharist. Just as Jesus is the center of time, and the center of our lives, I very much like when the Tabernacle is the focal point of the church. According to the structure of each church building and in accordance with legitimate local customs, the Most Holy Sacrament is to be reserved in a tabernacle in a part of the church that is noble, prominent, readily visible, and adorned in a dignified manner Every time we celebrate the Eucharist here we are reminded of the great love of Jesus for us by his giving himself for us in his passion and death. The Eucharist shows us Jesus love for us. Jesus is indeed our best friend. Jesus is the center of time. Is he also the center of your day? Do you live each day with Jesus your best friend? Fr. T. Lane

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 Also, Thursdays 7:00 8:00 pm
SCHOOL NEWS MARKET DAY Orders are due to C O N G R A T U L A T I O N S G R A D U A T E S ! the church by Sunday, June 16th, or 8th Grade Graduates Antonio Aguinaga, Daniel Budz, Christopher Koll, call Brenda Klamerus by Thursday, Douglas Kosch, Jessica Mendoza, Ashley Montanez, Henry Ptack, Ariadna June 20th, at 708 670-0675. Pick-up Ramirez, Mary Ann Tolentino, Carmen Vazquez, Jasmin Zangara. Kindergarten Graduates Ashley Boll, Carmine DiMiele, Julia Dulce, will take place on Monday, June th Vaughn Goberville, McKenna Kirchman, Brian Kwiatkowski, Noah Lewis, 24 , from 6-7 p.m. in the school. Jessica Novak, Marianne Pasana, Victoria Perez, Noah Rosas, Mathew The total amount raised for this Vargas, Matteo Vasquez school year is $2,390.37.

All Day First Friday Eucharistic Adoration








PRAYER: Lord, sustain within us the faith that made St. Bartholomew ever loyal to Christ. Let your church be the sign of salvation for all the nations of the world. We ask this through Our Lord Jesus Christ, your son, who lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit, and God, for ever and ever. Amen

2 THE MOST HOLY BODY AND BLOOD OF CHRIST (CORPUS CHRISTI) 4 Bingo 7:00 pm 5 Morning Prayer of the Church 8:10 am Boy Scouts 6:00 pm SVD 6:30 pm 6 Adoration 7:00 pm 7

3 Seniors 11:00 am Pro Life 7:00 pm

First Friday Adoration Confessions 5:00-6:00 pm Mass 6:00pm

Cub Scouts 7:00pm

9 10TH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME 11 Bingo 7:00 pm 12 Morning Prayer of the Church 8:10 am Boy Scouts 6:00 pm 19 Morning Prayer of the Church 8:10 am Boy Scouts 6:00 pm SVD 6:30 pm FIRST DAY OF SPRING 25 Bingo 7:00 pm 26 Morning Prayer of the Church 8:10 am Boy Scouts 6:00 pm 27 Adoration 7:00pm 20 Adoration 7:00pm 13 Adoration 7:00 pm

10 Holy Name 8:00 pm



17 Seniors 11:00 am Parish Council 7:00pm 18 Bingo 7:00 pm




24 Market Day Pick Up 6:00 pm




Drodzy Przyjaciele w Chrystusie, W weekend 89 czerwca 2013 r. w naszych kocioach bdzie miaa miejsce specjalna kolekta na rzecz Emerytowanych Ksiy Naszej Archidiecezji. Gdy ksia ze wzgldu na wiek przechodz na emerytur i zostaj zwolnieni z dotychczasowych obowizkw w parafii, wci pozostaj ksimi, ktrymi stali si przyjmujc sakrament kapastwa Chrystusa - gowy Kocioa. Ksia nie s zatrudnionymi przez Koci pracownikami; ksia to ojcowie w Chrystusie i bracia nas wszystkich. Emerytowani ksia pomagaj odprawiajc Msze wite i sprawujc sakramenty w kilkuset parafiach na terenie archidiecezji Chicago. Gdyby nie ich ofiarna posuga wiele parafii musiaoby zredukowa ilo Mszy w. odprawianych w kady weekend. Niektrym emerytowanym ksiom proponuje si sprawowanie przez jaki czas funkcji administratora danej parafii. Nasi starsi ksia z oddaniem podejmuj t prac traktujc j, jako kontynuacj swojej wieloletniej posugi Kocioowi. Prosz, ofiarujcie im wraz ze mn wyrazy wdzicznoci i uznania za wiele lat ich kapaskiego oddania. Fundusz Emerytalny i Towarzystwo Ubezpiecze Wzajemnych dla Ksiy (Mutual Aid Association - PRMAA) zabezpiecza potrzeby emerytowanych ksiy. W tym roku znowu wzrosy koszty opieki zdrowotnej, lekw na recept oraz pobytu w domach opieki zdrowotnej. Ponadto, fundusz emerytalny ksiy bolenie odczuwa skutki trwajcego kryzysu gospodarczego. Dziki tej specjalnej kolekcie bdziemy w stanie nadal wspiera finansowo naszych emerytowanych ksiy. By moe jestecie wiadomi, a by moe nie, e grudniowa kolekta na rzecz osb konsekrowanych przeznaczona jest tylko dla emerytowanych sistr i braci zakonnych. Emerytowani ksia diecezjalni nie korzystaj z funduszy uzyskanych z tej kolekty. Pragn osobicie podzikowa wszystkim naszym emerytowanym ksiom za ich pene powicenia ycie i wzorow sub. Pan Bg pobogosawi nas obecnoci ponad stu emerytowanych ksiy sucych w naszych parafiach. Niech ich suebna postawa cigle oywia nasz Koci. Jestem wdziczny Wam wszystkim za wasz wielk szczodro na rzecz tej kolekty w zeszym roku. Prosz ebycie i w tym roku wykazali si podobn postaw. Wasze ofiary, wasze modlitwy i wasze dobre sowa s bardzo wane i potrzebne naszym emerytowanym ksiom. Prosz Was o modlitwy o wzrost powoa kapaskich. Modl si za Was i Waszych bliskich/tych, ktrych kochacie i prosz i Wy mdlcie si za mnie. Szczerze oddany w Chrystusie, Francis Kardyna George, O.M.I. ........................... Arcybiskup Chicago W dniach 18-21 i 25-28 czerwca 2013r odbd si zajcia wakacyjne dla dzieci pt. "KOLOROWE WAKACJE" prowadzone przez Siostry Misjonarki i nauczycieli. Odbd si one na terenie parafii w. Alberta Wielkiego. Zajcia bd w godzinach od 8:30am do 3:30pm. dla dzieci w wieku od 6-14 lat. W programie zajcia muzyczne, biblijne, plastyczne i sportowe. Opata za cao 200.00 lub 100.00 za 4 dni. Formy goszeniowe s dostpne w biurze szkolnym Polskiej Katolickiej Szkoy im. ks. Ignacego Posadzego lub w biurze parafialnym.