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5:00 PM (Sunday Obligation)
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM - 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
WEEKDAY MASSES (Monday-Friday)
6:30 AM AND 8:30 AM
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
Saturday 4:00-4:45 PM
1st and 3rd Sundays at 3:15 PM
Baptismal Preparation Class RECTORY ………….……………….…(708)423-0321
Last Monday of month at 7:00 PM PLEBANIA (po polsku)……………...(708)423-0321
Parish registration and attendance at the For Sacraments of Baptism, Marriage,
Baptismal Preparation Class are required parish registration, convert instruction,
Prior to Baptism. prolonged illness at home.
All wedding arrangements must be made with a
parish priest at least 5 months prior to scheduled date. E-MAIL
All couples are required to participate in a marriage
preparation program. Parish registration is a PARISH BOUNDARIES
requirement. Times of marriages are as follows: North-75th St. East-Cicero, West-Narragansett,
Saturday 12:00 PM and 2:30 PM South-87th St. Cicero to Austin)
Sunday—no weddings 83rd St. (Austin to Narragansett)
MINISTRY OF CARE……………….…(708)423-0321
Deacon Irvin A. Bryce Jr.
PRAYER NETWORK………………....(708)966-4068
Mrs. Marlene Rybicki
Mrs. Marilyn Kurowski, Principal
5535 West State Road
CCD OFFICE…………………………...(708)636-0406
Mr. Kevin Wiseman, Coordinator
5535 West State Road
MASS INTENTIONS Anointing of the Sick Mass
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 17, 2010 will take place in our church on
7:30-For the Parishioners Sunday, October 24, at 3:15 p.m.
-Marietta & Carmine Cesario Anyone with chronic illness, physical or
9:00-Jacob & Genevieve Klumbis mental, with current serious health
-Bernard Holy problems of those who are advanced in
10:30-Jean Chidichimo, Leon Latocha
-Robert Mulack
age may receive this sacrament of healing.
12:00PM-Josepe Imbarrato Mass for the Departed
-Wilhelmina Virtusio Special Memorial Mass for all parishioners who died
1:30PM-POLISH MASS during last year will be celebrated in our church on
-Helena Cyrwus Sunday, October 31st at 3:00 p.m. All relatives and
-W intencji Bogu wiadomej friends of the deceased are welcome to attend.
-Boleslaw & Jadwiga Kurkul
All Saints Day
-Teresa Pogorzelska, Janina Frankiewicz On All Saints Day (not a Holy Day of Obligation)
MONDAY, OCTOBER 18, 2010 Masses will be celebrated this year on Monday,
6:30-Frances Tomaszkiewicz November 1st at 6:30 a.m. and 8:30 a.m.
8:30-Gary L. Rice Jr. All Souls Day
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 2010 On All Souls Day, November 2nd we will have Masses
6:30-Theresa Brennan
8:30-Al Steffek
at 6:30 a.m. and 8:30 am.
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 20, 2010 Envelopes for All Souls Day are available on the ush-
6:30-Frances Tomaszkiewicz ers tables. Envelopes have also been included in the
8:10-MORNING PRAYER OF THE CHURCH October / November packet. Please deposit your do-
8:30-Rom Mroz Sr. nations into the collection basket.
6:30-For the Parishioners TREE OF LIFE / BLUE CANDLES
8:30-Robert O’Grady
7:00PM-PARISH HOLY HOUR The Tree of Life is located in the back of church at our
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22, 2010 Shrine. You can establish a beautiful memorial to a loved
6:30-Frances Tomaszkiewicz one by inscribing a leaf with his or her name. The dona-
8:30-John Valek tion for a leaf is $350.00 The donation for a larger me-
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 23, 2010 morial, just under the tree, is $1,000.00. The perpetual
8:30-Marion Whatley blue candles are available for $150.00 for one year. The
David Nizik & Renee Pach
money we collect is used for the maintenance of our
5:00PM-Bernard & Amato Families church property. More information and forms are avail-
-Elizabeth Macklin able in the rectory.
-Kenneth Johnson LET US PRAY
-50th Wedding Anniversary:
Stanisalw & Ludwika Brozny For the sick: Wilhelmina Virtusio, Jean
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 24, 2010 Chidichma, Shirley McVane, Lloyd Burtch, Vicenta
7:30-For the Parishioners Eckhauz, Catherine, Katie & Lucy Hedderman,
-Ercole Sturino Theresa Salazar, James Ghilardi, Isabelle Gonzalez,
9:00-Catherine Janus, Fr. Gerry Roche Rafael Munoz Jr., Ken Martin, Misael Ibarra,
10:30-Gavelda & Hrebic Family Commella Barnett, Patricia Williams, Andrea
-Phyllis Crowe, Andrzej Kapuscian Pelicano, Carrie Hermann, Emily Sekan, Ruth Eichmann,
12:00PM-Mariano & Luiga Russo Erma Kinzie, Helen Cermak, Becky Alter, Lorraine Kritikos,
1:30PM-POLISH MASS Alonso Hernandez, Marilyn Buchalski, Rose Thomas, Don
-For the Parishioners
Kupiec, Raymond Trusk, Maryann Sorn, Cheryl Korosa,
Betty Anderson, Carol Mariano, Penny Prokop, Umberto
-For the Parishioners
5:00PM-POLISH MASS Botta, Mary Ann Riccio, Catherine Elevicz.
-Special Intention For the deceased: Andrzej Lojek.

Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ,

The annual celebration of World Mission Sunday is a reminder to us of the universality of the
Church and the scope of her mission. The bishops gathered at the Second Vatican Council
stressed the importance of mission for fulfilling God's plan for the salvation of all humanity. God intends
that all people live in communion with him; if this is to happen, we must listen to God’s call to become mis-
sionary disciples. All of our parishes are to be homes and schools where we are formed through prayer, the
celebration of the liturgy, and works of charity and ongoing outreach through which we make Christ known.
These dimensions of Catholic life make us grow in love with the One who is love, Christ the Lord.
Mission is born out of a loving relationship with Christ. As we grow in this relationship, our union
with him creates a deep missionary spirit, and our witness to others becomes more forceful.
When we live in communion with the Lord, we offer the world an invitation to experience the mys-
tery of life in Christ. Only in union with Christ can our hearts be transformed by love for all peoples loved
by Christ himself. Then zeal for the spread of the Gospel grows in our hearts and we become authentic mis-
sionary disciples.
We can never be content with simply maintaining the life of our parishes. We must always be ready
to reach beyond ourselves and our needs and be concerned with spreading the Good News of God's love for
people of every nation and culture. This is what it means to be Catholic.
As we celebrate World Mission Sunday, I invite you to join me in renewing our commitment to mis-
sion as parishes, families and individuals, and in uniting these efforts with those of this archdiocese and of
the whole Church. I ask you to pray for the work of the Pontifical Mission Societies and missionaries
throughout the world, to give them your support and take seriously your own baptismal call to mission. Let
us ask the Lord to open the hearts of people everywhere to receive the gift of faith in the Lord Jesus and
make all the Church's missionary work fruitful. Thank you. May God bless you and those you love.
Sincerely yours in Christ,

Francis Cardinal George, O.M.I. Archbishop of Chicago

Second Collection on October 24th, 2010 will be for

WEEKLY OFFERING Propagation of the Faith.
Please support this cause.
OCTOBER 10, 2010, ENVELOPES 720 As always, thank you for your
CONTRIBUTION $14,204.00 generous donations. God Bless!
9:00AM…………...……..…..$1,852.00 CELEBRANT SCHEDULE
10:30AM…………...…………$2,010.00 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 23, 2010
12:00PM…………...……...….$1,648.00 5:00 PM - Rev. Joseph Mol
1:30PM…………...………….$2,216.00 SUNDAY, OCTOBER 24, 2010
5:00PM…………...………….$1,701.00 7:30 AM - Rev. Mariusz Nawalaniec
MAIL IN…………..…...……….$ 588.00 9:00 AM - Rev. Joseph Mol
Children Envelopes……..….$ 32.00 10:30 AM - Rev. Mariusz Nawalaniec
Thank you to all parishioners who consistently 12:00 AM - Rev. Phil Hogan
give their share to support our parish. 1:30 PM - Rev. Rich Milek
3:15 PM - Rev. Rich Milek & Mariusz Nawalaniec
5:00 PM - Rev. Rich Milek

The next Wendy’s Community Night will take place from 5 to 8 p.m.
on Wednesday, October 20th, at the Wendy’s located at 79th & Harlem.

FALL CRAFT FAIR The Parent Association of St. Albert the Great School is
holding their Annual “Holiday Craft Fair and Vendor Show” on Satur-
day, November 6th, 2010, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in Rogers Hall.
If you are a crafter and would like to participate, please call the school
office at 708 424-7757.
MARKET DAY PICKUP is Monday, 10/18 at the South entrance of the school.
FR. TERRY’S TALK on Wednesday, 10/20 @ 7:30 PM is Mandatory for both
Confirmandi and their Sponsors.
MILITARY BULLETIN BOARD I would like to update the Military Bulletin Board in the vestibule, please
send me any chances, additions, photos, etc. If anyone knows the owner of the car with the Pearl
Harbor Survivor license plates please contact Alice @ 708-424-7757.
The Parent Association of St. Albert the Great School is holding their Annual “Holiday Craft Fair and
Vendor Show” on Saturday, November 6th, 2010, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in Rogers Hall. Volunteers are
needed to help with the event. This is another way to earn Parish Points. If you would like to help
out with this event, or you are a crafter and would like to participate, please call the school office at
708 424-7757, and we will pass your information on to Mrs. Nadine Pinson who is in charge of this


The school’s Fundraising Committee is proud to present the return of the King of
Rock n’ Roll – Rick “Elvis” Saucedo on Saturday, November 20th, 2010. Please mark
your calendars for this special event, and plan on joining us for a night of “good old
rock n roll!” If you would like to purchase tickets for this event, call the school office
at 708 424-7757.

The 2011 Entertainment Books are available for purchase in the school office. The cost of each book
is $25.00. They make wonderful gifts! If you would like to purchase one, please contact the school
office at 708 424-7757.

Valucards are back and only $11 dollars!!! This year the card will feature more local restaurants and stores. Dis-
counts include over 8,000 merchants’ not just the ones on the back of the card. There is a website that you can
check where the card is valid. The website is Each purchase will come with a merchant guide
as well. The expiration date on the card is June 30, 2011, that’s 12 months to use the reusable coupon. The school
will make 50% on each card that is sold. If you would like to purchase a Valucard, please contact Brenda Klamerus
at 708-670-0675.
As the end of the liturgical The following babies became members
calendar draws near the lit- of God’s Family here recently:
urgy focuses more and more Olivier Karol Rodriguez, Jan Obyrtacz,
on the end of time. This Nicole Marta Nowak, Nolan Joseph Ward,
week we are reminded that Jesse Robert Pulido, Sebastian Rafal
God’s ultimate victory may Sadowski, Nicolas Kurt Buzek, Karolina
be a long way off. Perseverance in prayer, procla- Rita Ciezak, Sylwia Machaj, Natalia
mation, and work will be needed along the way. Machaj, Natalia Alexis Makswiej, Celina
The characters in today’s readings can serve as Lenart, Tomasz Majerczyk, Victoria
role models for us on the long journey of disciple- Janina Koziana, Gabriella Sophia Tylka,
ship. In the reading from Exodus Joshua does not Daniel Valdez Jr., Christian Link,
give up fighting, Moses does not give up praying, Bronislaw Domalik, Lily Gwizd, Jan
and Aaron and Hur do not give up supporting him Antoni Mysona, Samantha Maria Urban,
until the victory is won. In the Gospel story the Bartlemiej Ireneusz Ruzyla Jr.,
widow does not stop begging until justice is done. Patrycja Krasowski.
As the letter to Timothy urges, we are to “be per-
sistent whether it is convenient or inconvenient” We extend our best wishes and pray that what has
until the coming of “Christ Jesus, who will judge begun in them will be brought to perfection.
the living and the dead” (2 Timothy 4:2, 1). © Copyright, J. S. Paluch
Dear St. Albert the Great Parishioners,
III-David Niznik & Renee Pach
Since the need to help those going through diffi- II-Matthew Lennon & Juanita Martinez
cult financial times in our parish is so great, St.
Vincent DePaul Society members are asking for
your support not just at the holidays but all year
long. Just bring your donations to the church ves-
tibule. They are greatly needed and will be much
appreciated. We can't thank you enough!
October 18 – October 23 at St. Albert’s
Monday, October 18
11:00 am Seniors
Tuesday, October 19
7:00 pm Bingo
Wednesday, October 20
6:00 pm Boy Scouts
6:30 pm St. Vincent De Paul
7:00 pm C.C.D. St. Laurence Laurenta Club is sponsoring an
Thursday, October 21 Autumn Crafts & Vendors Fair
7:00 pm Parish Holy Hour on Saturday, October 23rd, 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
at St. Laurence High School
Friday, October 22
5556 West 77th Street in Burbank.
6:00 pm Cub Scouts Free Admission-Entrance
Saturday, October 23 and Parking at the north end of building.
For more information contact Sharon at ((708) 452-1276
4:00 pm Schola
Drodzy w Chrystusie Bracia i Siostry!
Coroczny obchód Światowej Niedzieli Misyjnej przypomina nam o powszechności
Kościoła świętego i jego misyjnym wymiarze. Biskupi zgromadzeni na Soborze Watykańskim
II podkreślili ważność działalności misyjnej Kościoła, jako wypełnienie Bożego planu
zbawienia całej ludzkości. Bóg pragnie, aby wszyscy ludzie żyli w zjednoczeniu z Nim. Aby to mogło nastąpić
musimy usłyszeć Boże wołanie, abyśmy stali się Jego misjonarzami. Nasze wspólnoty parafialne powinny być
domami i szkołami, gdzie jesteśmy formowani przez modlitwę, sprawowanie liturgii świętej, dzieła
charytatywne i nieustanne wychodzenie ku innym, aby Chrystus był głoszony.
Pragnienie głoszenia Chrystusa rodzi się z miłującej relacji z Nim. W miarę jak przybliżamy się do
Chrystusa, nasza więź z Nim rodzi w nas głębokiego ducha misyjnego i daje siłę, by świadczyć o Nim.
Gdy jesteśmy zjednoczeni z Bogiem to zapraszamy świat do doświadczenia tajemnicy życia w
Chrystusie. Tylko w zjednoczeniu z Chrystusem nasze serca mogą być przemienione przez miłość do
wszystkich ludzi umiłowanych przez Boga. Jedność z Chrystusem prowadzi do gorliwości, aby Ewangelia
rosła w naszych sercach i abyśmy stawali się autentycznymi misjonarzami.
Nie wystarczy cieszyć się działalnością własnej wspólnoty parafialnej. Zawsze musimy być gotowi, by
wychodzić poza osobiste potrzeby i uczestniczyć w szerzeniu Dobrej Nowiny innym i głosić, że Bóg kocha
wszystkie narody i kultury. Tak żyć i myśleć oznacza być katolikiem.
Przeżywając Światową Niedzielę Misyjną zapraszam was, abyście razem ze mną, z naszą
Archidiecezją i całym Kościołem odnowili w sobie pragnienie misyjne, jako parafia, rodzina i każdy z osobna.
Proszę was abyście modlili się w intencjach Papieskich Dzieł Misyjnych i za misjonarzy na całym świecie.
Modlitwą wspierajcie ich i poważnie podejmijcie odpowiedzialność za misje w Kościele, bo jest to obowiązek
każdego chrześcijanina wypływający z chrztu św. Prośmy Boga Ojca, aby otworzył serca wszystkich ludzi na
przyjęcie wiary w Jezusa Chrystusa i by działalność misyjna Kościoła przynosiła dobre owoce. Bardzo wam
dziękuję i niech Bóg błogosławi was i waszych bliskich.
Oddany w Chrystusie,

Francis Kardynał George, O.M.I., Arcybiskup Chicago

Jak wynika z listu Kardynała Franciszka Georga następna niedziela będzie

przeżywana jako Niedziela Misyjna i druga składka będzie przeznaczona na Misje Święte.
Przypominamy o wypominkach, które są wyrazem naszej wiary w pomoc zmarłym
w osiągnięciu nieba i wyrazem naszej pamięci i miłości. Prosimy o wypisanie imion
zmarłych i przekazanie ich w miejscu na to wyznaczonym. Święto Wszystkich Świętych
przypada w tym roku w poniedziałek 1-go listopada. Msze Święte w języku polskim
poprzedzone wypominkami będą odprawione o godzinie 12:00 w południe i o 7:00 wieczorem. Dzień
Zaduszny przypada we wtorek, 2 listopada. Msze Święte w języku polskim będa o godz 12:00 w południe
i 7:00 wieczorem poprzedzone czytaniem wypominek. Zapraszamy na wspólną modlitwę za naszych
bliskich zmarłych bo to jest nasz święty obowiązek.
Dziękujemy wszystkim, którzy wzięli tak liczny udział w zebraniu w ubiegłą środę. Bóg zapłać.

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