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C himes The of Saint Athanasius Parish www.stathanasius-evanston.org Emily Lauren Bernadette Affinito Justine Helena Bernadette Andrus Egan Patricia Joan of Arc Berne Kevin Mackey Henry Bode Joseph Charles Joseph Boyer Matteo Francesco Brucato Carly Jane Ambrose Callans John Caulfield Patrick Clair Kevin Peter Sebastian Cole John Martin Michael Collins John Patrick Giovanni Corydon Anna Catherine Bridget Cox Therese Marie Monica Cushing Moira Kern Bernadette Dillon Elizabeth Kathryn Isabel Ebert John Robert Peter Egofske Jason Harold Francis Forby Malin Frances Ruth Frazel Maxim Zola Peter Granjean Kiernan Dante Raphael Howard Gabriel Michael Charles Knight Roman Vladimir Praetextatus Krasnitsky Awien Jazmine Felicity Kuanyin-Agoth Frances Maria Rose Leonard Our Mission “Do this in memory of Me.” We, the members of the Catholic Community of St. Athanasius Parish, are each called by baptism to continue the work of Jesus Christ embracing all. We aspire to worship, love, thank and serve God. We are open to what God calls us to become. Confirmation Class of 2009 Allison Jean Dominique Managlia Abigail Rose Anne Marie Mark Leslie Marie Regina Matera Conor James Methodius McDermott Michael Hart Anthony McLaughlin Alexandra Noel Faith Miller Jacob Elijah Luke Miller Kevin Thomas Sebastian Miner Susannah Jane Martha Mulhern Patrick Ryan Pius Mulica Lara Christine Elizabeth Murphy Alana Saldana Rosalia Natke Catherine Rose Bernadette O’Brien Winston Wendell William Olson Christopher Burden George Polinski Kyle James Joseph Roberts Christopher Weston Sebastian Rudnicki Jane Melanie Bridget Sereika Margaret Kay Melania Sevcik Robert Maurice Martin Staub Evan Carolyn Maria Christina Swenson Nora Ann Dorothy Thompson Patrick Charles Peter Walsh Patrick Martin Leo Walsh Thomas Andrew Matthew Zampa SIXTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME FEBRUARY 15, 2009
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Eucharistic Liturgies February 15 - 22, 2009 Sunday 5:00 pm (Saturday) Patrick Hotchkiss 8:00 am Chester Kostrzab 9:30 am Norman F. Lawrence 11:30 am Rose Schuba 5:00 pm Marilyn Tyler 6th Sunday in Ordinary Time Sometimes it is simply impossible to keep a secret, especially good news. Our natural inclination is to "shout it from the mountaintop" even if we were told not to say a word. So, too, is it difficult to keep from blowing our own horn while on that mountaintop. We take it upon ourselves to perform some act of charity for a friend in need, and can't wait to tell someone about it. Part of us feels good about what we've done, but the other part-our pride-seeks recognition from others. But there is really only one whose recognition and approval we will ever need, and God already knows what we've done! Today's reading from the Gospel of Mark is a perfect example of our inability to keep a secret. A leper is cleansed by Jesus, his disease completely cured. But Jesus explicitly tells the man to keep this to himself and simply give thanks in the temple. Unfortunately, the man cannot keep himself from telling everyone about the miracle that Jesus performed; in doing so, Jesus' ability to carry out his mission is hampered. Unable to simply preach in the villages and towns, he must remain in the outlying areas. Even so, the crowds still find him, though not always for the reasons he sought them. In the Catechism of the Catholic Church, we are helped to understand the very beautiful and abundant rewards of acts of charity. The fruits of our labor, as they are called, are joy, peace, and mercy (CCC 1829). Jesus speaks on many occasions about the need to keep our good deeds to ourselves. The recipient knows what you have done, as does the Father. Having received joy, peace, and mercy, what more could you ask for! ©2008 Liturgical Publications Inc Monday 6:30 am 8:15 am Richard Penny Joaquin Brieva, Sr. Emilia Piechota Stanley Bijatowski Arthur Duffy Rose Carney Kevin Smith Lisa Croke Aquan Lewis David Kaiser Steven Kimball Dorothy Maloney Madeleine Koziorowski Ilene Leonard Brennan Mary Pat Hinrichs Noel Shaw Family Rose Schuba Tuesday 6:30 am 8:15 am Wednesday 6:30 am 8:15 am Thursday 6:30 am 8:15 am Friday 6:30 am 8:15 am Saturday 8:15 am 5:00 pm Sunday 8:00 am 9:30 am 11:30 am 5:00 pm OFFERTORY COLLECTION REPORT Offertory February 7/8 .......................... $11,476 Children’s Envelopes ................................. $7.50 Holy Name Cathedral .............................. $1,258 ParishPay for January .......................... $12,825 SPECIAL COLLECTIONS This Week: Annual Catholic Appeal Next Week: None Presidents Day Blessing Dear God, we ask today for your blessing on our president. Enlighten his mind, so that he makes wise decisions that affect us and the world. Enkindle in his soul a thirst for justice, not only based upon a party platform, but upon the eternal truths you have revealed to us. Inspire him to look upon the most vulnerable of us, and treat the unborn, the poor, and those seen as worthless, as deserving every right and dignity given to men and women created in your image. Amen. 2 | The Chimes · St. Athanasius Parish
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St. Athanasius Vision Keepers Annually, at their Awards Banquet, Interfaith Action of Evanston honors outstanding people in the membership organizations who have made notable contributions to the betterment of our community. The 2009 Vision Keepers from St. Athanasius Parish are a trio of women leaders who are quick to credit their volunteers with the success of their Thursday night soup kitchens. “It’s not just us,” said Vision Keeper Christine Carlson. “We represent a stalwart group of volunteers.” Vision Keepers Karen Ryan and Kris Koenig-Morel, along with Christine, make sure everything comes together when it’s time to serve the meal to 80 or more guests at First United Methodist Church. They create a warm and inclusive environment for their guests, serving casseroles their mothers made. The soup kitchen history of this trio goes back 12 years, when Karen and Kris got involved. Christine joined them eight years ago. Their husbands volunteer, and over the years, their children have been soup kitchen regulars, too. Karen’s son began cooking chili mac for the soup kitchen while in high school. He has honed his skills and is now in culinary school. The trio also recruits students committed to community service hours from the parish school, Evanston Township High School and Loyola Academy—along with members of Boy Scout and Girl Scout troops. Involving students is a ministry in itself. It’s a good experience for the students, Kris says. “It’s good to see them interacting with the guests,” she said. “The students seem especially touched when they see children among the guests.” The members of the St. Athanasius Parish Community are proud of these Keepers of the Vision. The parish serves three soup kitchens. The Vision Keepers Dinner is Sunday, February 22, beginning at 5:30 pm in the Orrington Hotel Grand Ballroom. Tickets are $65 per person. Check for availability at 847-475-1150 or call the Parish Office at 847-328-1430, extension 100. Ministers of Care Suffering wears a thousand faces, and every face is Christ’s face. One of the deepest causes of suffering experienced by those who are confined, by sickness or aging, to their home or to a hospital or a nursing care facility, is a sense of isolation. The Ministers of Care at St. Athanasius are willing and ready to visit with anyone wishing to receive Holy Communion, wherever they are needed. Our Ministers of Care are: Tom Bobowski, Carol Ekman, Stan and Lori Goszczynski, Jean Lauri, Katie Maday, Helen Madden, Diane Maloney, Toni Maloney, Eunie Nondorf, Gabe and Beth Rodriguez, Joan Sextro, Mary Sotir, Helen Stake, Nancy Taylor, and Marianne Zelewsky. If you know of anyone who would like a visit, please contact any one of our Ministers of Care, or call the Parish Office at 847-328-1430, ext. 100, to pass on the information. On behalf of the St. Athanasius community, we express our appreciation to all who serve in this capacity. Sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time · February 15, 2009 | 3
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Parish News St. A’s Women’s Club Morning of Reflection The St. Athanasius Women’s Club invites you to attend our Morning of Reflection on Saturday, February 28. We are delighted that our beloved Sr. Mary Crimmin, BVM, will be our speaker. Her topic will be “Seekers of the More” - a time to ponder how the interface of science and spirituality can lead us to a new and deeper experience of the Divine mystery. Please join us in the church for Mass at 8:15 am, followed by a continental breakfast and Sister’s presentation in the Hartke Room. This is an ideal way to begin the Lenten season. Anointing of the Sick – Encountering Christ the Healer “Is any one among you sick? They should call the ministers of the Church and have them pray over them with the oil in the name of the Lord.” (James 5:15) The Sacrament of Anointing will be celebrated at the Masses next weekend. Those among us with any weakening illness, slowing because of aging, or a struggle with depression, addiction, or anxiety are invited to encounter the sacramental healing action of the Lord. Jesus not only cured the Man born blind (John) or told the paralytic to pick up his mat and walk (Mark 2:1-12), but he continues to heal and bring a sense of peace through the life of the Church today. Soup Kitchen The next Thursday soup kitchen will be on February 19 at First United Methodist Church, 1630 Hinman Avenue, 4:30-7:30 pm (meal served at 6:00). Contact Karen Ryan (332-1850), Kris Koenig-Morel (475-2104) or Christine Carlson (869-4160). Please consider giving them a helping hand. St. A’s Book Club The St. Athanasius Book Club meets the third Thursday of the month at 7:30 pm in the Fitzgerald Chapel. All are welcome. The February 19 selection is "The Shadow of the Wind" by Carlos Ruiz Zafon; March 19 will be Eudora Welty's "The Optimist's Daughter" and April 16 will be "Ishmael" by Daniel Quinn. Please join us. Weekly Food Collection St. A’s is now collecting food every week, not just on the first weekend of each month, because the food pantries are in desperate need of more donations. The collection box will be in the vestibule near the Lincoln Street entrance. Please Remember In Your Prayers... The sick and their caregivers, especially Arlene Cavallo, mother of Lauren Runzel, Lloyd Maday, Bud Kelly, Gretchen Focke, Larry Sommers, Lyle Lebsack, Catherine Wright, niece of Gerry and Mary Lietz, Angelo DeLeon, Irene Walsh, James Wazorick, Tom Leoni, Charmayne Swanson, Elizabeth Adamson, and Paul Mooney, nephew of Bob and Nancy Doyle; Those in the military, especially Catie Staub, daughter of David and Mary Therese Staub, Ensign Anthony Grusich, USN, son of Lois and Bill Grusich, Petty Officer 3rd Class Ryan Olsen and PFC Kyle Olsen, grandsons of Jane and Emmit Ingram, and Matthew Chrobak, nephew of Eric Harkna and Tonise Paul; Those who have died, especially Thomas Gibbons, Aquan Lewis, grandnephew of Dorothy Kennedy, and Edward Vincent Mulcrone, father of Revs. Joseph and Thomas Mulcrone. PLEASE NOTE: Names of the Sick recommended to our prayers will remain in the bulletin for one month. If you wish their names to remain beyond that time, please call the parish office. 4 | The Chimes · St. Athanasius Parish
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Service & Whitewater Rafting Trip June 13 - 21 Service Trip Presentations after the 5:00 pm Mass on Sundays, February 22 and March 1 Come hear all about the trip and have your questions answered. Service work Monday, June 15 through Thursday, June 18 on the Northern Cheyenne Reservation in Montana Rafting Friday, June 19 Cost: $700 per person Sign up packets are available in the church and in the Parish Office. To the Teachers and Staff, THANK YOU for all you do every day to encourage, care for and teach our children. We appreciate and thank you for your hard work! The Parents and Students of St. Athanasius School “A Teacher affects eternity; he can never tell where his influence stops.” – Henry Adams Sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time · February 15, 2009 | 5
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The Capital Campaign for St. Athanasius Parish M ARK Y OUR C ALENDARS AND W ATCH Y OUR M AIL ! Within the next few weeks, every family of St. Athanasius Parish and School, who has not yet made a decision about their level of involvement in our Generations Campaign , will receive our official brochure, a pledge card, return envelope and a letter from Father Tom inviting their financial support. As always, if you have any questions that our campaign literature does not answer, simply contact Jean at (847) 332-1615 and she will make arrangements for a volunteer Ambassador or a member of the Generations Leadership Team to call you. After you have had the opportunity to review these important materials, we ask that you join your fellow parishioners and School parents on either March 7 th or 8 th when a special time will be set aside at each Mass for pledges and gifts to be shared in support of this vital initiative. With $2 million already designated toward our $3 million goal, St. A’s is well on its way to a successful and triumphant conclusion. We look forward to seeing you on C OMMITMENT W EEKEND as we take the next steps toward insuring that our beautiful Church is repaired, Lindley Park is acquired and our maintenance fund is established. Together we will reach all our campaign goals! 6 | The Chimes · St. Athanasius Parish
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St. Agnes Benefit 2nd Annual Suenos: A Celebration of Dreams Dinner It costs approximately $3,600 to educate each St. Agnes kindergarten through 8th grade student and $6,600 to educate each preschool student. Despite the cost, St. Agnes of Bohemia Catholic School is committed to continually providing quality education to disadvantaged inner-city children. After nearly 105 years in the community, they are proud of our permanence in the Little Village neighborhood. But they need the help of the broader community to continue our efforts. They invite you to join them at this year’s Suenos on Friday, May 15 at the Soldier Field United Club. Your ticket includes admittance to the event and comes complete with appetizers, wine, beer and soft drinks, dinner and dessert, live entertainment, and a LIVE and SILENT AUCTION. All proceeds from the celebration directly benefit St. Agnes of Bohemia. For more information, call (773) 522-0142. Spiritual Spa Days Take time away from the worries and trials of life to explore God’s gifts of humor and laughter. This morning is meant to relieve stress, shift perspective, and exalt our spirits. Together we will let go our anxious controls and celebrate the health and well-being that comes when we joyfully relax into the Divine. Gale Hartman will be presenting the Laughter Club. Gale has been trained in the physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual benefits of laughter. Rafael Thevenet, P.C. will present The Spirituality of Humor. Rafael has researched the spirituality of humor and has presented workshops on the subject for several years. These sessions take place on Saturday, February 28 from 8:30 am to 12:30 pm at St. Scholastica, 7416 N. Ridge in Chicago. The fee is $20 per session for adults, $8 a session for students and seniors. For more information, please call (773) 764-5715, extension 363. Bereavement & Consolation Ministry Grief, Mourning and Healing: Essential Pieces of the Grief Puzzle, will be presented by Patrick V. Dean, the founder and director of the Wisconsin Grief Education Center, where he has spent 20 years assisting thousands of individuals and families with their grief journeys. Patrick is also the director of Grief Education Services for the Archdiocese of Milwaukee Cemeteries, where he offers the bereaved one-to-one grief education and support groups. Patrick will be at St. Francis Xavier Parish, 524 Ninth Street in Wilmette on Thursday, March 12 from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm. Reservations encouraged but not required. Please call (847) 256-2273 or email [email protected] for more information. Refreshments served following the presentation. What is a “Nun Run”? A Nun Run is a 24+ hour experience during which single women, ages 18-35, are invited to visit 3-4 different Sisters’ houses (convents). You will have the opportunity to pray with them, eat with them, share stories and laugh with them. So fasten your seatbelts and plan to join them for a whirlwind weekend that will give you an inside look into Religious Life for women as a Sister. Transportation will be provided and there is no fee for the weekend. Nun Runs are scheduled for March 20-21 and April 24- 25. Call Sr. Lovina Pammitt, OSF at (815) 464-3873 or email [email protected] to receive a brochure and to register. Sponsored by the Office for Religious/ Chicago Archdiocesan Vocation Association. Capuchin Franciscans The Capuchin Franciscans friars will be holding a weekend in the Milwaukee area for men ages 17-49 who are interested in learning about religious life and seeing how Capuchins live as Franciscans in our world and the Church today. The weekend is February 20-22. If you would like to attend, have questions, or want to recommend someone for the weekend, call (773) 475-6206 or email the Vocation Office at [email protected] Adult Confirmation Classes College Students and Young Adults Only Classes will take place at Sheil Catholic Center, 2110 Sheridan Road in Evanston on Tuesday evenings March 3, 10, 17, 31, and April 14, 7:00 – 8:30 pm. Confirmation will take place on Sunday, April 19 at Loyola University. Contact Beth Knobbe at (847) 328-4648 or [email protected] Sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time · February 15, 2009 | 7
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Parish Calendar Sunday, February 15 Basketball, 1-7 pm, Gym Weekday Servers February 16 - 21 8:15 am Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday Malin Frazel, Maddie Giella Thursday/Friday/Saturday Claire & Isabelle Glavin Monday, February 16 Basketball, 3:30-8:30 pm, Gym Basketball, 3:30-7:30 pm, Gym School Board, 7-9 pm, Hartke Basketball, 3:30-9 pm, Gym Chess Club, 7-8 pm, Lunchroom RCIA, 7-9 pm, Fitzgerald Chapel FDC, 7-9 pm, Hartke Choir, 7:30 pm, Church Basketball, 3:30-6:30 pm, Gym Cub Scout Pack #31, 7-9 pm, Gym St. A’s Book Club, 7 pm, Fitzgerald Chapel Hip Hop in the House, 5-7 pm, Teen Room Confirmation Pot Luck Dinner and Rehearsal 6:30 pm, Gym 7:45 pm, Church Confirmation, 2 pm, Church Family Program, 9 am-Noon, School Boy Scout Pinewood Derby, 3 pm, Gym Tuesday, February 17 Liturgical Ministers Next Weekend February 21/22 5:00 pm Saturday Presider Fr. Libera Lector Barbara Zapszalka Servers Lizzie Caan, John Clair, Nico Couri Eucharistic Ministers Jackie & Mike Brennan, Anne Swoboda, Bob Costello, Barbara Zapszalka Wednesday, February 18 Thursday, February 19 Friday, February 20 8:00 am Presider Fr. Sztorc Lector Jude Quinn Servers Michael & Connor Carlin, Nicholas Cassier Eucharistic Ministers Kausar Allahrakha, Deborah Haracz, Steven Jennings, Chris Talbot, Joseph Walsh Saturday, February 21 Sunday, February 22 9:30 am Presider Fr. Libera Lector Sheila Fenn Servers Thomas & James Zampa, Matteo Brucato Eucharistic Ministers Joan Conroy, John Osterlund, Donna Consolo, Dennis O’Malley, David Ozar Staff Extension List 100 100 101 103 105 107 111 114 115 Parish Office Janice Moore-Rivas School Office Fr. Sztorc Marion Amling Judy Berg Fr. Libera José Moreno Susan Castagna 116 120 123 124 125 129 142 143 847-328-1430 Jean Lauri Jim Potthast Mary Lietz Cynthia Splatt Steve Carson Bridget Hotchkiss Barbara Bonier Karen Sellers 11:30 am Presider Fr. Sztorc Lector Jim DeNardo Servers John Charron, John Miller, Billy Nondorf Eucharistic Ministers Marge Foley, Nancy Murray, Karen Sellers, Tom & Sue Laue 5:00 pm Sunday Presider Fr. Watts 8 | The Chimes · St. Athanasius Parish
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Readings for the Week of February 15, 2009 Working with the Scriptures February 15, 2009 (Lev 13:1-2, 44-46; Mk 1:40-45) Lepers. We all know them. Sometimes we even work with them. Susan was bright, intelligent and articulate, and she knew computers inside and out. Newly hired, she exhibited an expertise that her co-workers saw as a threat to their job security. Rather than invite her inside “…the camp…,” they determined to get rid of her as quickly as possible. “Leper!” “Good morning”. She greeted them in the elevator; she greeted them at the coffee machine; she greeted them as they passed in the hall. But there was no response. People brushed past her as though she wasn’t even there. “Leper!” Her phone rang constantly. Word of her hiring had gotten out and everyone seemed to be calling to take advantage of her experience. Even customers who had gone to other suppliers began to call, often asking for Susan specifically. She had a reputation as someone who knew what she was doing. “Leper!” People whispered behind her back. “Why was she always in such a good mood?” “What was she hiding behind that smile?” They whispered to each other, but they rarely spoke to her. “Leper!” Except for two of her co-workers, who decided to find out for themselves what Susan was all about. They invited her to lunch and as they talked, they realized that they had a lot in common. Knowledgeable and talented, they, too, had initially been feared by some of the other employees and made to “…dwell apart…”. It had taken months for them to convince the others that they wanted to help them – not replace them. Susan’s new friends left the restaurant determined to help her achieve the acceptance they had worked so hard to achieve for themselves. It took awhile, but in the end they were successful. The other employees no longer felt threatened by Susan and the department began to work together again. And so the story had a happy ending. But what would have happened if Susan’s co-workers had not reached out to her? “If you wish, you can make me clean.” Lepers. We all know them. Sometimes we even work with them… Sunday: Monday: Tuesday: Wednesday: Thursday: Friday: Saturday: Next Sunday: Lv 13:1-2, 44-46/1 Cor 10:31-11:1/Mk 1:40-45 Gn 4:1-15, 25/Mk 8:11-13 Gn 6:5-8; 7:1-5, 10/Mk 8:14-21 Gn 8:6-13, 20-22/Mk 8:22-26 Gn 9:1-13/Mk 8:27-33 Gn 11:1-9/Mk 8:34---9:1 Heb 11:1-7/Mk 9:2-13 Is 43:18-19, 21-22, 24b-25/2 Cor 1:18-22/Mk 2:1-12 St. Nick’s Taize Service Come and pray in the style of Taizé on Friday, February 20 at 7:30 pm at St. Nicholas Church, 806 Ridge Avenue in Evanston. Taizé, pronounced (Teh-ZAY) is an ecumenical prayer service, using contemporary simple chants, silent meditation, and scripture readings. Invite a friend to experience a different way of praying. Stay after for some light refreshments and fellowship. All are welcome. For more information, contact Brian Michalski at (773) 289-7413 or [email protected] American Cancer Society Relay For Life of Evanston Kick-off Celebration Scheduled for March 10 The 9th Annual Relay For Life, which takes place on May 30 & 31, is an overnight, community event held to celebrate, remember and fight back against cancer. The event honors cancer survivors and caregivers, remembers those who have lost their battle against the disease and encourages everyone to fight back against cancer by raising funds for research, educational outreach and programs that assist area cancer patients and their families. Individuals of all ages who are interested in getting involved in or wanting to learn more about Relay For Life are invited to attend this energizing celebration to kick off this year’s event. Please come to Tommy Nevin’s Pub at 1450 Sherman Avenue in Evanston on March 10 from 6:30 to 8:00 pm. Guests will be treated to refreshments. Vinal Van Benthem Sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time · February 15, 2009 | 9
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