NORTH SIDE KAIROS V RETREAT
Bellarmine Retreat House
High school students who have completed Sophomore, Junior or Senior year are invited to attend this coed, multi-parish experience which is led by trained student leaders. The Kairos program is based on St. Ignatian spirituality, it is a time to examine, discuss and reflect on each individual's commitment to self, family, friends and God, through small and large group activities. And of course, since it is summer, there is also time to enjoy nature, laugh and play.
This particular program began when teens from St. Matthias, St. Nicholas, Queen of Angels and St. Ignatius parishes, who experienced the program at their Catholic high schools wanted to offer this retreat to their public school friends. The Youth Ministers and Pastors agreed, and now approaching its fifth year, participants have attended from 12 parishes, 19 high schools (public and Catholic) and four states.
For an application and/or information please contact Marlene Binkley at 773-271-0003.
EL COMITE DE LA PURISMA TE INVITA AL PICNICA 2004
Domingo 1 de agosto
10 a.m. a 6 p.m.
LaBagh Woods Lote #4
Foster y Cicero
Deliciosa Comida Tipica
Piñatas y juegos para niños
Gigantona Marimba Rifa
Liga de Voleibol
Divierte con familiars y Amigos de Otras Nacionalidades.
Vistete en traje tipico si lo deseas.
Sus donaciones seran binevenidas, y de antemano, gracias por cooperar y asistir.
Favor de no estacionarse en la grama.
No se permitaran botellas de vidrio.
Gianna Nicole Morales, child of Kimberly and Ellio
Sean Patrick Madden, child of Lisa and Sean
HATS OFF TO QUEEN OF ANGELS HIGH ACHIEVERS
Congratulations to the following parishioners who achieved Honor Roll status at their respective high schools:
Resurrection: Lynn Brown ‘06, Second Honors.
Gordon Tech: David Aguilar ‘06, Michael Aguilar ‘06, Allison Baniecki ‘06, Cory Bieber ‘06, Carolyn Casanova ‘06, Alexia Cordova ‘06, Joseph Corrado ‘06 and Timothy Olsen ‘06.
JV MISSION APPEAL NEXT WEEK; PLEASE BE GENEROUS
Living simply… witnessing faith… doing justice and building community are the four values that shape the journey of a Jesuit Volunteer (JV). Next weekend, July 31 and August 1, Queen of Angels will be visited by an individual to speak on behalf of Jesuit Volunteers International.
Today, more than 75 JVs serve in Belize, Chile, Nepal, Micronesia, the Marshall Islands, Nicaragua, Peru, South Africa and Tanzania, giving two years of their lives as teachers, pastoral and youth ministers. They are in direct community outreach to those in need. The JV group lives the spirituality of St. Ignatius Loyola, founder of the Jesuits, and are driven by a faith which seeks justice to support the efforts of Jesuit priests and brothers in education and human development.
With your support, more Jesuit Volunteers will have the opportunity to serve the Church by reaching out to our brothers and sisters in the developing world. Look for the envelope in this week’s Guide to prepare for the collection July 31 and August 1 during the Mission Appeal. Thank you for your generosity.
THANK YOU FROM MATERNITY BVM
Dear Parishioners of Queen of Angels,
Thank you very much for your very generous sharing check of $1,662 which we recently received. As summer repairs and cleaning are now underway, it will be put to use very quickly. May your summer be cool, restful and peaceful! Let us continue to pray for each other.
Father Tom Pelton
QUIGLEY TO HOST GARAGE SALE
Archbishop Quigley Preparatory Seminary will host the annual Rags to Riches Garage Sale from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, August 14 at 103 E. Chestnut.
Donations of gently used clothing, electronics, furniture and knick knacks, household items, art, Christmas items, collectibles and accessories as well as baby/children items are sought. Donation drop-off can be made from 9 to 11 a.m. Saturday, August 7. For information, call Mary Mudd at 312-423-4754.
SIX PARISHES OF LINCOLN AVENUE THEOLOGY ON TAP
All young adults in their 20s and 30s are invited to participate in Theology on Tap, the annual summer speaker series sponsored by the Archdiocesan Office of Young Adult Ministry. The series is hosted at St. Matthias and St. Benedict by the Ravenswood Catholic Young Adults.
Conversations about theology, tradition and young adult spirituality convene at 7:30 p.m. Tuesdays at St. Matthias, (rectory garden) 2310 W. Ainslie and at 7:30 p.m. Wednesdays at St. Benedict, (multi-purpose room) 2215 W. Irving Park.
July 27—The Art of Intimacy by Dr. Terry Nelson-Johnson
August 3 —“We Believe in One God…” by Fr. Bill O’Shea
July 28—Intimacy Boot Camp by Frank Hannigan
August 4—The Catholic Church and the Power and Presence of the Holy Spirit by Fr. Ed Panek.
For more information, contact Maitha Abogado at email@example.com or Bernie Libao at firstname.lastname@example.org