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Saint Albert the Great

8000 south Linder avenue

BURBANK

Parish

ILLINOIS 60459

THE MOST HOLY TRINITY, MAY 22, 2016

Welcome
All are

REV. MICHAEL L. ZOUFAL, PASTOR


REV. ANTHONY BROOKS, SCh. ASSOCIATE PASTOR
REV. MARCIN SZCZYPULA, ASSOCIATE PASTOR
REV. LESLAW PREBENDOWSKI SCh. ASSOCIATE PASTOR
IRVIN A. BRYCE, JR., PERMANENT DEACON
RAYMUNDO DIAZ DE LEON, PERMANENT DEACON
MISSIONARY SISTERS OF CHRIST THE KING:
SR. WERONIKA ILNICKA, SR. MARIA NIWA
SR. AGNIESZKA KORTIAK

MASSES
SATURDAY
5:00 PM Sunday Obligation (English)
SUNDAY
7:30 AM, 9:00 AM, 12:00 PM (English)
10:30 AM (English-Polish)
6:15 AM, 1:30 PM and 5:00 PM (Polish)
6:30 PM (Spanish)
WEEKDAY MASSES (Monday-Friday)
6:30 AM, 8:30 AM (English)
7:30 AM (Polish)
SATURDAY MASS 7:30 AM ( Polish) 8:30 AM (English)
SACRED HEART ADORATION CHAPEL
Open 7 day a week from 8:30AM to 8:30 PM
FIRST FRIDAY ADORATION 5:00-7:00PM
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 6 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, Sunday - no weddings

In this House of God

PARISH OFFICE....(708)423-0321
BIURO PARAFIALNEpo polsku....(708)423-0321
For Sacraments of Baptism, Marriage, parish registration,
convert instruction, prolonged illness at home.
PARISH WEBSITE
www.stalbertgreat.com
E-MAIL StAlbert@archchicago.org
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
Mr. Terrence K. ORourke, Principal
www.stalbertthegreatschool.com
ST. ALBERT THE GREAT LANGUAGE PROGRAM
FR. IGNACY POSADZY .(708) 423-5715
5555 West State Road
www.szkolaksignacego.com
E-MAIL polska@szkolaksignacego.com
CCD OFFICE...(708)636-0406
5535 West State Road, Burbank, Il.

MASS INTENTIONS
Monday, May 23, 2016
6:30 am 7:30 am - Special Intention
8:30 am 7:00 pm - Polish Mass
Tuesday, May 24, 2016
6:30 am + Scott Canvin
7:30 am 8:30 am + Adolph & Reinhard Proza
7:00 pm - Polish Devotions (przy Grotce)
Wednesday, May 25, 2016, St. Bede, Priest
St. Gregory VII, St. Mary Magdalene de Pazzi
6:30 am + Luz Gutierrez Anniv. Of Death
7:30 am + Stanislaw Bafia, + Ks. Zdzislaw Wyrowinski
8:30 am + Kenneth Schopen
+ Walter & Alice Zagajewski
12:00 pm - Wedding: Robert Thorell & Ashley Bartosz
7:00 pm - Polish Mass
Thursday, May 26, 2016, St. Philip Neri, Priest
6:30 am 7:30 am 8:30 am - Parish Purgatorial Society
7:00 pm - Polish Devotions (przy Grotce)
7:00 pm - PARISH HOLY HOUR
Friday, May 27, 2016, St. Augustine of Canterbury
6:30 am + Vittorio Cesario, + Eleanor Olsen
7:30 am + Jozef Mocherek
8:30 am + Francine Holy
7:00 pm - St. Albert the Great School Graduation
7:00 pm - Polish Devotions (przy Grotce)
Saturday, May 28, 2016 BVM
7:30 am 8:30 am + Charlotte Lagodny
12:00 pm - Wedding:
Robert Liput & Aleksandra Ksiazkiewicz
2:00 pm - Wedding:
Eder Villagomez & Jessica Diaz
5:00 pm + Irene Bagrowski
6:30 pm - Philipino Mass
Sunday, May 29, 2016
The Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ
6:15 am + Jozef Bigos
+ Jan & Maria Obrochta
+ Stanislaw & Ludwina Lukanus
7:30 am + Ercole & Innocenza Sturino
9:00 am - For All Parishioners, + Sally Marie Owens
10:30 am + Stanislaw & Ludwina Lukanus
+ Michal & Stefania Mozdzen
+ Stanislaw Smialek
- For unborn children
12:00 pm - Helen Jasinski
1:30 pm + Stanislaw & Ludwina Lukanus
+ Tadeusz Szczepanski
5:00 pm - Fr. Mariusz Nawalaniec - Blessing
6:30 pm + Buena Carrion

JOURNEY OF FAITH
We are on a long and eventful journey. Todays
readings for Trinity Sunday succinctly cover the depth
and breadth of our human travels.
The very beginnings of our journey are revealed in
the reading from Proverbs. Gods plan filled with
divine wisdom was born before the earth was made. In
todays Gospel, Jesus speaks of his own personal
journey. He has come from the Father and will return
to the Father. Only then will the Advocatethe Spirit
of Truthtake us onward.
This does not diminish the fact that the journey will
be hard. The very setting of the Gospel is the night
before Jesus died. As Saint Paul writes to the Romans,
[W]e even boast of our afflictions, knowing that
affliction produces endurance, and endurance, proven
character, and proven character, hope (Romans 5:34).
Ultimately, our human journey is modeled by the
Holy Trinitya family of love among Father, Son, and
Spirit that we are all called to emulate.
Copyright J. S. Paluch Co.

LET US PRAY FOR THE SICK: Shirley McVane, Carl Demma,


Tom Baguio, Cinder Hellman, Matt Bunby, Dulce Robles,
Kacobo, Chris Fischer, Meg A. Radcliff, Mary Owens, Rich &
Denise Jandura, Margaret Geinosky, Bernice Hylaszek,
Theresa Stanislawek, Greg Fusco, Joshua Szymanek, Karen
Hock, Lefteri Prvett, Carrie Lynn Hennesy Wild, Linca
Mazgaj, Bernard Michalewicz, Bartel Amato, Jerry Connell,
Tom Grogan, Smykowski & Flanagan Families, Chris Sy, Sally
Busee, Daniel Gabala, Bernadine Hainswoth - Miller, Sarah
Busse, Denise and Rich Jandura, Frank Lacovetti, Barry
Walter, Joseph Shnader, Debby Chalus, Sally Busse, Joel
Rivera, Robert Rodriguez, Dorothy
Rapacz, Ronald
Carvelli Michele Mchalek, Peg Coleman, Mary Navarro,
Maria Ganibaldi, Eckhaus & Leano Family, Mike Coleman,
Bernadine Miller, Trine Pineda, Debbie Ohara, Diana
Barahona, Robert Skrobutt, Flora Mortell, Renee Rubio,
Rev. Thomas Mescall, Nancy & Wayne Kinzie, Marie King
Doyle, Johanna Pusateri, Marlene Johanes, Mary Sochacz,
Marilyn Buchalski, Bernice Ciszek, Diane and Robert Juris,
Reid, Salvatore Bottari, Theresa Lonski, Alex Silverman,
Janelle Demski, Hedderman Family, Shirley McVane, Cheryl
Korosa, Mary Ann Riccio.
FOR THE DECEASED: Antoinette Nilsen.

TREASURES FROM OUR TRADITION


Around the turn of the fourth century,
Augustine, still fairly fresh from the baptismal
waters in Milan, was elected bishop of a tiny city
in North Africa, Hippo. He told his people, While I
am frightened by what I am for you, then I am
consoled by what I am with you. For you I am a
bishop, with you I am a Christian. He had his
priorities right, and also knew that everyone
coming from the water arises with a ministry, a
specific role, in bringing about Gods kingdom.
If we were asked to purge English of Greek
vocabulary, we would gain an insight into key
ministries in our church. Bishop, from the Greek
episkopos, would become simply overseer;
priest, from the Greek presybter, would become
elder; and deacon, from the Greek diakonos,
would be servant. Each title stands in
relationship to all the baptized, serving the
community, helping it to be the Body of Christ. In
our deepest tradition, each of these ordained
ministries is attuned to help us
become our best selves, to
hunger and thirst for the
coming of Gods kingdom. The
goal for each one of us is to be
able to recognize the presence
of Christ in worship and in
service. Although only some of
us are ordained to ministry,
each of us is called to ministry. Rev. James Field, Copyright J. S.
Paluch Co.

WISDOMS ROOT
Wisdom has its roots in goodness, and not
goodness its roots in wisdom.
Ralph Waldo Emerson

Vocations to the Priesthood

[T]he love of God has been poured out


into our hearts through the Holy Spirit.
Romans 5:5b

Join the Run!


Garden Center Services 4th Annual Super Sunny 5K, will
take place on Saturday, June 4th 2016 at 8:30 AM at
Newcastle Park, 8050 New Castle Ave., Burbank, IL.
Garden Center Services empowers and serves adults
with developmental disabilities. For more information
and to register, visit www.gardencenterservices.org

The Archdiocese of Chicago Vocations Office helps men discern a call to


the priesthood through retreats, visits to the seminary and discernment opportunities. As well, the Vocation
Office works with men to determine their eligibility to apply to the seminary for the diocesan priesthood in
Chicago. Finally, the Vocations Office actively works to create a culture supportive of vocations through
promotion, education, and parish based efforts to raise awareness.More information on becoming a priest in
the Archdiocese of Chicago is available by contacting: Fr. Francis Bitterman Archdiocesan Vocations Office
312-534-8298
The Baptismal Preparation Class for June Baptisms
will be held on Monday, May 23, 2016 at 7:00 PM in the
THE 2016 MASS BOOK IS OPEN
parish office building. This class is a requirement for parPLEASE STOP AT THE PARISH OFFICE
ents who have made arrangements to have their child
IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO RESERVE MASS
baptized. Pre-registration is required.
INTENTIONS FOR YOUR LOVED ONES.

S P R E D

Need a spiritual lift?

May 23 - 28 at St. Alberts


Monday, May 23
7:00 pm Baptism Preparation Class
Wednesday, May 25
8:10 am Morning Prayer of the Church
10 : 00 am Bible Study
Thursday, May 26
7:00 pm Parish Holy Hour
7:00 pm Boy Scouts
Friday, May 27
7:00 pm Cub Scouts
Saturday, May 28
1:00 pm Prayer Group
OUR WEEKLY OFFERING
May 15, 2016
$15,515.00
To Teach Who Christ Is
$2,427.00
Thank You for your support.

OPEN AND SHUT


There are two times when to keep your
mouth shut: when swimming and when angry.
Anonymous

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St. Albert the Great Sacred Heart of


Jesus Eucharistic Adoration Chapel is
open 7 days per week
8:30 a.m. - 8:30 p.m.

Parishioners are needed to commit ONE


HOUR per week for a year.
Next Weekend Second Collection:
On May 29, 2016 we will take up a Second
Collection for the Church Roof Fund.
Please be generous.

WEDDING BANNS

III - Ashley Bartosz & Robert Thorell


III - Robert Liput & Aleksandra Ksiazkiewicz
III - Eder Villagomez & Jessica Diaz
II - Andres Rivera Ramos & Silvia Tomayo Octavo
I - Krzysztof Tralka & Christine Ziemian
I - Christopher Jachymiak & Kristin Miller

UWAGA RODZICE!
ZAPISY DO PARAFIALNEJ
POLSKIEJ SZKOY im
KS. IGNACEGO POSADZEGO
Przypominamy, e trwa REJESTRACJA do
Polskiej Katolickiej Szkoy im. Ks. Ignacego.
Prosimy rodzicw zainteresowanych edukacj w
tej Szkole o wznowienie rejestracji do 30 maja br.
Dotyczy to uczniw, ktrzy uczszczali do tej
Szkoy, a take tych, ktrzy rozpoczn nauk w
Polskiej Szkole. Prosimy, o dostosowanie si do
podanego terminu abymy mogli zamwi
wystarczajc ilo podrcznikw oraz
zorganizowa podzia klas.
Po wicej informacji prosz dzwoni na
nr. 708-423-5714 lub 708-423-5715

Trwaj zapisy dzieci do szkoy


w. Alberta Wielkiego na rok 2016/2017.
Aby obeje szko i uzyska informacji
o pomocy finansowej mona dzwoni
po polsku na nr. 708-424-7757

SERDECZNIE ZAPRASZAMY WSZYSTKICH NA


CZUWANIE MODLITEWNE
W KOCIELE (W J. POLSKIM) W KAD
1-SZ SOBOT MIESICA O GODZINIE
7:00 WIECZOREM.

AGODNYM I POKORNYM SERCEM POZNAJEMY BOGA


Panie! czyme ja jestem przed Twoim obliczem? Prochem i niczem; Ale gdym Tobie moj nico
wyspowiada, Ja, proch, bd z Panem gada (ks. Piotr Dziady, A. Mickiewicz).
Niepojta jest mdro Boa, o ktrej mwi dzisiejsze pierwsze czytanie niepojta,
bo Boa. Kady, kto chciaby si z ni zmierzy, musi polec, bo jake Boej mdroci
dorwna? Mona jedynie poznawa j przez ogld wiata, ludzi i zdarze. A tych,
ktrzy mwi, e s mdrzejsi od Boga i Boga si nie lkaj, naley unika. Kontakt
z nimi grozi utrat wiecznoci z Bogiem i przy Bogu.
Dlatego te kady uczony wiadomy tego, e nie wszystko da si wyjani i udowodni, i e s rzeczy na niebie i na ziemi, o ktrych si filozofom nie nio (Hamlet, W.
Szekspir), ma szans poznania i dotknicia mdroci Boej. A jeli dooy do tego
pokor (jak ksidz Piotr z mickiewiczowskich Dziadw), to Bg w swej askawoci niejedno przed nim odkryje. Std ju tylko krok, aby cieszy si darami Ducha witego.
On doprowadzi nas do caej prawdy. I wwczas ju nie bdzie nic zakrytego, tajemniczego i niewyjanionego.
Czy zatem warto dawa si zwodzi tym, ktrzy gosz nam pprawdy, ktrzy nas okamuj? Absolutnie nie
warto. Trzeba za y mdroci i prawd Bo, ktr moemy pozna agodnym i pokornym sercem. Tak
powoli, krok po kroku, zblia si bdziemy do tego, co niewyjanione i zakryte przed nami a kiedy
staniemy przed Nim twarz w twarz i poznamy Boga Ojca i Syna, i Ducha witego. ks. Krzysztof Stosur