A WINNING SEASON!
Congratulations to the Queen of Angels 8th Grade Boys Volleyball Team. The team took first place in the Northwest Volleyball League.
The team had a perfect season with a record of 22-0. The final game, against the parents, ended their perfect season. Team members received individual plaques and a team trophy. Stop by the Guild Hall and see the trophy in the display case.
Congratulations to these champions and continued success to them as they move to high school. We also salute the sixth and seventh grade Boys Volleyball Team, as they took third place in the same league.
CALENDAR MEETING IS MONDAY, JUNE 27
Leaders of all parish ministries and organizations are invited to the annual Calendar Meeting at 7 p.m. Monday, June 27 in the Lower Voss Center. A mailing with more information was sent out late last week. Call the Parish Center office by Tuesday if you have not received your mailing. Attendance by organization heads or their designated representatives is mandatory. Please watch The Guide for more details and mark the date now!
BENFEST IS JULY 15-17
St. Benedict’s BenFest will again host BenFest 2005 July
15-17 at 2215 West Irving Park. This three-day long festival with a $5 donation includes a beer tent, musical performances each night, food from local vendors, an activities area for children and the ever popular casino. Don’t miss a chance to win cash in the raffle with one $10,000 prize and chances to win 14 additional prizes. Only 1,000 raffle tickets will be sold at $50 each.
Contact Michelle Stevens at 773-539-4341, Tom Weirath at GoRed75@aol.com or Renee Brass at email@example.com for raffle information.
ORGAN RECITAL ON SUNDAY, JUNE 26
Do not miss a special musical opportunity at 4 pm. Sunday, June 26 at the Church. Kent Jager, the Director of Music at Queen of Angels, will play a recital on the newly restored Moller organ.
Since Easter you have heard the organ as part of weekly liturgies. Come hear some of the remarkable solo literature for the instrument. Included in the recital will be the Toccata, Adagio, and Fugue in C Major by J.S. Bach, the A Minor Chorale by Franck, and the Mendelssohn Sonata II.
The organ at Queen of Angels was installed in 1939. In an age when many pipe organs have fallen into disrepair and are silent, it is a tribute to the parishioners at Queen of Angels for their dedication to keeping this marvelous instrument in good repair. On June 26 we will celebrate the 66 years of music that have come from this instrument and look forward to the many more years of service as a result of the recent renovation.
FOR YOUR INFORMATION
We currently have a great nanny who is looking for more children to care for. Our nanny works for us three days a week, and is looking for another part-time or full-time family to share her services. Call Karen at 773-477-1253.
For rent: first floor, five rooms, two bedrooms, enclosed back porch. 2200 block of West Eastwood. Call 773-271-4803.
THEOLOGY ON TAP RETURNS
The young adult summer series of speakers, conversation and theology for young adults is returning for the 25th year! The event is sponsored by the Archdiocesan Young Adult Ministry Office. Theology on Tap (TOT) begins July 10 and continues for three weeks. It concludes with Mass and a picnic with Francis Cardinal George on July 31.
The RCYA (Ravenswood Catholic Young Adults) will host the event at two locations: St. Benedict (Tuesdays) and St. Matthias/Transfiguration (Wednesdays). Topics and exact locations will be announced at a later date.
Interested in volunteering or need more information? Contact Maitha Abogado at firstname.lastname@example.org or Bernie Libao at Bernie.email@example.com or call
BEING FUNNY IS NO JOKE!
The following volunteers helped make Comedy Night such a success. Thanks to Roger and Mary Bieber, Carl Beien, Mark Brodner, Mike Carson, Will Casey, Josh Cheney, Rob Curley, Pat Donnelly, Steve Drane, Lauren Elkin, Leo Ford, Mike Holmes, Julia Kelly, Bill Lill, Cindy McSherry, Jon Melhuse, Curt Peterson, Ron Psenka, Jim Robinett, Nancy Sherer, Tim Selgrat, C.J. Sullivan, Carol Switalla and Tim McCarthy.
HATS OFF TO THE CLASS OF 2005!
Congratulations to the Class of 2005! Continue to pray for all the young people who graduated from Queen of Angels Parish School on Friday, June 3. May God continue to guide them as they begin their high school careers.