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1 WELCOME! MASS SCHEDULE WEEKEND Saturday Evening Vigil 4:30pm Sunday 8:30am & 10:30am Children s Liturgy 10:30am WEEKDAY Monday Friday 7:00am THE ASSUMPTION OF MARY (HOLY DAY OF OBLIGATION) MASS SCHEDULE FOR AUG. 15: 7:00am 12:00pm 7:00pm CONFESSION Saturday: 3:45pm4:15pm (or by appointment) ***NO CONFESSIONS NEXT SATURDAY, AUGUST 11*** WEEK AT A GLANCE SUNDAY, AUGUST 5 MONDAY, AUGUST 6 7:00pm Men s Cursillo Group (WH) TUESDAY, AUGUST 7 6:00pm Theology of the Body (PC) WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 8 9:00am Bible Study Group (WH) THURSDAY, AUGUST 9 FRIDAY, AUGUST 10 SATURDAY, AUGUST 11 SUNDAY, AUGUST 12 ACAdoration Chapel, C: Church, CHChurch Hall, CLChoir Loft, SaSacristy, ScSchool, WHWhite House (aka Parish Ctr.) SAINT JOSEPH CATHOLIC CHURCH August 5, th Sunday in Ordinary Time THIS WEEK: DONUT SUNDAY Hosted by Women of the Word Come for the donuts, Stay for the company! WELCOME NEW PARISHIONERS! You may register online at in person at the Parish Center, or call us at

2 P a r i s h S t a f f S c r i p t u r e Pastor Rev. John Lindsey... Deacon Pat Forsythe... School Principal Colleen Domke School Secretary Denise Kresal Religious Education Kelly Hoehn Business Mgr. Laura McGuire... Rectory Office Rectory Office Fax Secretary Judy Bunte... Bulletin Mary Schelinski... Maintenance Director Music Director Nancy Hauch... Cemetery Sexton Franklin Forsythe Pastoral Counselor Joanne Avignone RCIA Theresa Lawson Men of St. Joseph Jim Robbins Women of the Word Community Support Shepherd s Table Carol Farkas Baptismal Preparation Pam Robbins Happy Hearts Seniors Fran Grimmer Hall Kitchen Coord. Jan Ulrich M a s s C o l l e c t i o n s WEEKLY OFFERINGS FROM JULY 28-29: Sunday envelope collection $ 6, Loose cash $ Online $ 1, Total collection amount $ 9, Thank you for your continued generosity! THE 2019 MASS BOOK IS NOW OPEN PER THE BISHOP S DECREE, MASSES CAN ONLY BE SCHEDULED AND DONATION RECEIVED FOR A PERIOD OF 12 MONTHS IN ADVANCE. ALSO, WEEKDAY MASSES CAN HAVE ONLY ONE INTENTION. THEREFORE, YOU MUST CONTACT THE OFFICE AND ARRANGE A TIME TO MEET WITH JUDY TO SCHEDULE YOUR MASSES FOR JANUARY 1, 2019 THROUGH AUGUST 31, PLEASE NOTE, ALL MASSES WILL BE SCHED- ULED ON A FIRST-COME/FIRST-SERVED BASIS AND WILL BE FOR NO MORE THAN 12 MONTHS IN ADVANCE WITH PAYMENT REQUIRED AT TIME OF SCHEDULING. PLEASE NOTE, MASS INTENTION DATES MAY NEED TO BE RESCHEDULED BASED ON THE AVAILABILITY OF PRIEST. READINGS FOR THE WEEK OF AUGUST 5, 2018 Sunday: Ex 16:2-4, 12-15/Ps 78:3-4, 23-24, 25, 54 [24b]/Eph 4:17, 20-24/Jn 6:24-35 Monday: Dn 7:9-10, 13-14/Ps 97:1-2, 5-6, 9 [1a, 9a]/2 Pt 1:16-19/Mk 9:2-10 Tuesday: Jer 30:1-2, 12-15, 18-22/Ps 102:16-18, 19-21, 29 and [17]/Mt 14:22-36 or 15:1-2, Wednesday: Jer 31:1-7/Jer 31:10, 11-12ab, 13 [cf. 10d]/Mt 15:21-28 Thursday: Jer 31:31-34/Ps 51:12-13, 14-15, [12a]/Mt 16:13-23 Friday: 2 Cor 9:6-10/Ps 112:1-2, 5-6, 7-8, 9 [5]/Jn 12:24-26 Saturday: Hb 1:12--2:4/Ps 9:8-9, 10-11, [11b]/ Mt 17:14-20 Next Sunday: 1 Kgs 19:4-8/Ps 34:2-3, 4-5, 6-7, 8-9 [9a]/Eph 4:30--5:2/Jn 6:41-51 M a s s I n t e n t i o n s Saturday Aug. 4, 2018 St. John Vianney 4:30 pm People of our Parish Sunday Aug. 5, 2018 St. Abel 8:30 am Tony Kestel by Bill & Janet Hnetkovsky Deceased Members of Stevens Family by Stevens Family Viola Spoden by Eleanor Kestel & Family 10:30 am James Kean by Tim & Mary McGrath Richard & Bernadette Glade (Kohl) by Bequest Mary Francis & Frank Haley by McGowan Family Jake Stevens by John & Nancy Errthum William L. Kambic by Bishop and Worden Families Ida Varriale by Carmen Varriale Monday Aug. 6, 2018 The Transfiguration of the Lord 7:00 am Communion Service Tuesday Aug. 7, 2018 St. Sixtus 7:00 am Paul Ormsby by Dorothy Ormsby Wednesday Aug. 8, 2018 St. Dominic 7:00 am Mary Ellen & John O Connor by Mary Ellen O Connor Thursday Aug. 9, 2018 St. Teresa Benedicta of the Cross 7:00 am Matthew Rae by Richard & Elizabeth Zaremba Friday Aug. 10, 2018 St. Lawrence 7:00 am Communion Service Saturday Aug. 11, 2018 St. Clare 4:30 pm Gerald Morrical by Mary Keigher Jason Mueller by Nancy Julia Wilhelmi by Mary Cochran Chris Twarborski by Joan Carroll and Jean Rancatore Barry Tinley by Kevin & Donna McCabe James Wegrzyn by Mary Wegrzyn Jucius Sunday Aug. 12, 2018 St. Jane Frances de Chantal 8:30 am People of our Parish 10:30 am Mother s Day Intentions Welcome to St. Joseph Parish page 2

3 P a s t o r s C o r n e r BREAKING OPEN THE SCRIPTURES AUGUST 5, TH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME In an on-demand society, it's not always easy to imagine life with less. The crowds of Jesus' day depended on the weather and successful growing seasons for their livelihood. For many of Jesus' listeners, even "food that perishes" would have been a welcome relief. Jesus acknowledges this but tries to draw them deeper. "You are looking for me not because you saw signs but because you ate the loaves and were filled." For people who have just witnessed a miracle, the response is strangely marked by ingratitude. "What can you do? Our ancestors ate manna in the desert." Jesus fed them for one day, but Moses interceded with God for 40 years of bread. "Jesus," they seem to say, "can't you just give us more?" How often do we behave similarly in the spiritual life? "If I only I had more patience, then I could be kind to her." "I could be welcoming if I was more outgoing, but that's just not me." "I know I'd be a better parent if I just had more time." Like the crowds, we want Jesus to give us more. Yet we don t always want Jesus to change the way we think. Perhaps it's not "more patience" we need, but a deeper sense of our own imperfections for a greater sense of empathy. Maybe God is inviting you not to entertain an entire group, but to seek out the quiet person on the fringe. And time may limit you from family engagement, but could God be asking you to reorder your priorities entirely? After all, it wasn't more loaves that the people needed. Jesus is "the bread of life," who sustains our most essential needs. This week, are you looking for more or are you looking for God Himself? --Fr. John I n O u r P r a y e r s B e i n g C a t h o l i c! WE PRAY FOR THE DECEASED Eternal rest, grant unto them, O Lord and let perpetual light shine upon them. WE PRAY FOR THE SICK Patrick Deloian, Audrey Bernas, Elizabeth Wetmore, Neil Schouten, Catherine Tassi, Ryan Weller, Ann Mores, Brian Wellen, Kathy Rippe, Michelle Newcomb, Joan Carroll, Mark Parente, George Slazyk, Raylene Slazyk, Anna Mae Morris, Mary Lane Mayer, William Struse, Robert Wolf, Jim McGrath, Terri Budde, Gemma Moreno, Elizabeth Stock, Patrick Ambrose, Christopher Brown, Sandra Jones, Brian Egan, David Murphy, Ray Spreitzer, Mike Bourgeois, Patty Simmons, Phil Koch, Eric Daukis, Simon Zezydlo, Richard Rizzo, Peggy Wesolowski, Karen Brasch, Marge Bosse, Tom Levis, Janet Berryman, Lori Berman, Joann Hayden SANCTUARY CANDLE BURNING Sanctuary Candle Jason Mueller by Nancy Blessed Virgin Mary Candle Protection of the Unborn St. Joseph Candle Margaret Shea by Bee Robbins Family WE PRAY FOR THOSE IN THE MILITARY Matthew Carroll, Matthew Cook, Scott Gerdes, David Newtoff, Christian Shawver, Christopher Vavouleas, Robert Wellen, Rogan Nichols, Teresa Kozak, Bobby Dyer, Jacob Vollmer. ADORATION CHAPEL CANDLE INTENTIONS Personal Intention We are pleased to let you know that, beginning next weekend, we will begin offering the Precious Blood at the 8:30am Sunday Mass. ST. PEREGRINE DEVOTION Our next St. Peregrine Healing Service is Tuesday, AUGUST 14, at 7:00pm in the Church. All parishioners and members of the community who are suffering from any illness are welcome to attend. Afterward, a Prayer Team will be available to pray with those in need. What then is healing prayer? Healing prayer is when a (baptized) person or group of people pray in the power of the Holy Spirit, for or over someone, for their needs. The goal is that a person be healed and set free from whatever is holding them captive or imprisoning them, preventing them from living fully as God intends. These signs will accompany those who believe: in my name... They will lay hands on the sick and they will recover. --Mk 16:17 Welcome to St. Joseph Parish www. sjpmanhattan.org page 3

4 S t. J o s e p h S c h o o l WHATEVER YOU RE DOING THIS SUMMER STAY FAITHFUL! masstimes.org R e l i g i o u s E d. R. E. REGISTRATION! PLEASE BE SURE TO REGISTER FOR OUR R.E. YEAR! THREE SESSIONS AVAILABLE * Monday 4:00pm5:30pm Monday 6:00pm7:30pm Tuesday 6:00pm7:30pm (*Filled on a firstcome/firstserved basis) Also, we are in need of volunteers (catechists, classroom aides, substutes, etc.) Please pray about helping out our program this year (and get a discount for your efforts!). Peace, Kelly KEEP CALM AND R. E. ON St. Joseph Catholic School Mission Statement St. Joseph Catholic School, Manhattan, Illinois, exists for the purpose of providing the highest level attainable of spiritual and intellectual development of the children we serve. Our goal of providing academic excellence within a Catholic environment is facilitated by strong family involvement, thereby creating an atmosphere of hope, mutual respect, caring, love of Jesus Christ, self and each other. YOU: LIFE, LOVE, AND THE THEOLOGY OF THE BODY *HIGH SCHOOL TEENS: 6:00 pm 7:30 pm *COLLEGE STUDENTS/YOUNG ADULTS: 7:00 pm 8:30 pm TOB is a unique program which reveals people s value as human beings: their bodies, their sexuality, and their individual call to love. Filmed on locaon all over the world, the program features teens as well as respected Catholic leaders. It addresses headon many of the issues teens are already exposed to via entertainment media, societal pressures, and their own interacons with each other. *This excing and dynamic program is being offered AT TWO LEVELS at the Parish Center on Tuesday nights from June 12 August 14: 6:007:30 PM (High School) and 7:008:30 PM (College/Young Adult). This program will give people the answers and the tools they need to successfully and safely navigate through life. Contact Kelly Hoehn at for more informaon. Welcome to St. Joseph Parish page 4

5 Y o u t h M i n i s t r y May 26 Bake Sale Prep Church Hall May 27 Bake Sale Fundraiser Church Vesbule For Mission Trip (aer all Masses) May 27 Bonfire Summer Kickoff 6:30 Parish Ctr. Let s get the summer started! Fire Pit June 89 LockIn Escape Room Parish Ctr. Tuesdays TOB Tuesdays 6:00 Parish Ctr. (Theology of the Body) June 22 Joseph Musical Bicentennial Pk. June 29 DeLaSalle Blackfeet School Browning, MT July 8 Mission Trip July 14 Babysing Night Fundraiser Church Hall July 2127 Totus Tuus Parish Ctr. August 10 Car Wash Fundraiser Church Pkg. Lot August 15 EndofSummer Bash Parish Ctr. Let s celebrate the Assumpon of Mary! SEPTEMBER 29 W h a t s H a p p e n i n g SAVE THE DATE! SEPTEMBER 29, :00 PM 9:00 PM For more informaon or to reserve a spot, contact: Fr. James Flint Welcome to St. Joseph Parish page 5

6 W h a t s H a p p e n i n g... COME ONE, COME ALL! HOSTED BY THE MEN OF ST. JOSEPH Tickets sold day of picnic $8 Adults/$5 Kids (Includes food & entertainment!) MENU: Hamburgers Hotdogs Potato Salad Cole Slaw Fresh Sweet Corn Beer/Water/Soda ENTERTAINMENT: DJ Bingo Pony Rides Bouncy House Dunk Tank Kids Games Snow Cones/Popcorn LOOKING DIFFERENCE FOR THE FUTURE? TO KNOW HOW YOU THE WORLD FOREVER? WONDERING HOW COME RELIGIOUS ED OR VOLUNTEER! Catholic Charities is hosting A Swing and a Prayer golf outing on August 23, 2018 with a shotgun start at 1:00 PM at the Joliet Country Club. KELLY FOR Tickets are available by calling or online at catholiccharitiesjoliet.org. Sponsorship opportunities are also still available! Contact Greg McClain at or DIOCESE OF JOLIET WEDDING ANNIVERSARY MASS Cathedral of St. Raymond in Joliet Sunday, August 26, 2018, 2:00 p.m. For couples celebrating 25, 50 and beyond Preregistration is required; please RSVP by mail, fax, phone, or online by August 10, For more information, please call Because of space limitations, no additional guests, please. However, caregivers/helpers are very welcome. S u m m e r S e r i e s : T h e S a i n t s i n M e r c y There is a deep, intrinsic connection between God s mercy and the Sacrament of the Holy Eucharist. When Jesus consecrated the chalice of his Precious Blood, He said he was explicitly doing so for the remission of sins. The Eucharist is truly a Sacrament of Mercy, the very root and fruit of Mercy. It strengthens us from the inside to live our life in loving communion with Christ. It helps us to make our life truly Eucharistic, so that with Christ we may do this in memory of him, offering our own body, blood, soul, sweat, tears, work, and all we are and have out of love for God and others. The celebration of the Eucharist, in words made famous by the Second Vatican Council, is the source and summit, the font and apex, the alpha and omega of the Christian life. Therefore, the Eucharist must be the starting point from which everything in the Christian life flows and it is the goal toward which everything goes. It follows that the Eucharist must likewise be the root and fruit of Mercy. Live in the Eucharist, and you will live in mercy towards all, just as exemplified by our Saints in Mercy! Welcome to St. Joseph Parish page 6

7 M i n i s t r y S c h e d u l e SUNDAY AUG :30 AM SUNDAY AUG. 12 8:30 AM SATURDAY AUG. 11 4:30 PM SUNDAY AUG. 5 10:30 AM SUNDAY AUG. 5 8:30 AM SATURDAY AUG. 4 4:30 PM LECTOR Sue Walsh Dee Stonis Sarah O'Connell Kristi DeBoer Chuck Blatti Julie Fiocca SACRISTAN Wayne Wagner Mary Cochran TBA Mary McHugh Marilyn Offerman TBA EUCHARISTIC MIN. Joe Sforza Libby Budd Deacon Pat Forsythe Ken Morrissette Marian Patricoski Deacon Pat Forsythe Jerry Siadek Helen Miller Tom Diemer Steve Smolinske Candy Walz Katie Sarhage Marian Patricoski Mary Diemer Maureen Smolinske Libby Budd Annie Persicketti Larry Anthony Jennifer Christiansen Jim Baskerville Ellie Persicketti St. Joseph Parish page 7 USHERS Eric Byar Joe Olszta John Gilbert Eric Byar Mike Patricoski Jim Baskerville Adam Smith George Ruban Paul Diemer Jerry Siadek Jim Robbins Adam Smith Tom Slazyk Nicholas Shizas Sean Donovan Joe Sforza Ken Morrissette Jim Kirby TJ Slazyk Harry Budd Briana Donovan Tom Doyle Harry Budd Kathy Kirby ALTAR SERVERS Abby DeBoer Isaiah Wales Sean Finley Lily Broderick Claire McGrath Jimmy Peterson Jake DeBoer Sean Sullvan Brennan Broderick Shawn Swetnam Jack Peterson Aiden Ketelaar John Paul Vickers Jack Broderick Isaiah Wales Colin Yock Ken Harris Luca Vickers U.S. WATER BOYS 260 W. North Manhattan Across the street from St. Joseph s Church Softeners Whole House Filters Reverse Osmosis Drinking Systems Custom Water Conditioning Commercial & Residential Service & Repairs Parishioner Mary Sommer Partylite Independent Consultant Since Are my family s assets protected from unforeseen medical expenses? ATB CONCRETE INC McGrath & Clark, P.C. Timothy J. McGrath - Attorney at Law Parishioner Timothy A. Clark - Attorney at Law 440 S. State St. Manhattan mcgrathandclarklaw.com Ed Zalewski - President Tom s Truck Repair South Inc 6335 W. Bruns Rd, Monee, IL Commercial Safety Test Lane Monday- Friday 8:00 am to 5:00 pm Ph Fax Pet Envy Spa Professional Pet Grooming & Daycare E. North St., Unit B, Manhattan, IL HEALTH and WEALTH thought for the day Tom Gullickson (815) Bourbonnais, IL 540 W. North Street Ste. 209 Manhattan Injuries Infections Glaucoma Dry Eye Pre-and Post-Surgical Treatment Diabetic Exams Glasses Contacts Back to School Exams Jeffrey M. Pietrzyk, OD Parishioner 826 East Laraway Road New Lenox IL Open 7 Days, 6am to 3pm Chris Busse Manhattan, IL Owner Operator Serving Illinois, Indiana, Michigan B 4C

8 CLEAN GARDENS Maintenance & Landscaping Manuel Ortega Manhattan Full Lawn Maintenance, Landscaping, Design/ Installation, Brick Patios, Walkways & Garden Walls Free Estimates LAWN CARE Dry Fertilizer-Core Aeration GREEN ME UP SCOTTY Scott Blackwood (815) (708) Randy Holzhauer AUTO LIFE FIRE HEALTH BUSINESS (815) E. LINCOLN HWY. NEW LENOX ( TARGET SHOPPING CENTER) RANDYHOLZHAUER.COM Quality Since 1926 ADLER ROOFING Residential Specialists Free Estimates Competitive Prices Joliet (815) FLOORING, INC. Featuring Carpet Wood Tile Residential Commercial (815) E. Lincoln Hwy. Parishioners Suite 110, New Lenox ST. JOSEPH S And GUARDIAN ANGELS CEMETERIES TERRY L. GROSS State Farm Insurance W. Laraway Road, Unit 4W, Frankfort, IL Auto Fire Life Health Commerical Bus: Provider of Insurance & Financial Services Parishioner Call Us For All Your Catering Needs Text to receive weekly offers 530 W. North St,. Suite 3 Manhattan Subway is a registered trademark of Doctor Associates Inc. Your Full Service Flower Shop & Gifts 1820 E. Lincoln Hwy. New Lenox, IL Bellafioriflower.com WATER TREATMENT SOFTENER SALES & HOME SALT DELIVERY (815) E. Haven Route 30 &, Spencer Rd. New Lenox, IL Eric O Neill CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER Let s talk about investments over a cup of coffee E. Lincoln Hwy., Suite 108 New Lenox, IL A FULL SERVICE GROCERY STORE * Quality Choice Meats * Fresh Produce * * Deli/Bakery *Catering Available * 100 Marketplace, Manhattan Wolf Rd., Mokena Calistoga Dr., New Lenox (815) Dr. Bill Wild Full Medical Service Surgery Radiology Dentistry Small Animal Medicine & Surgery Hours by Appointment Open Mon-Sat W. North St., Ste. 109 Manhattan, IL Pete Pacelli, Shop Manager Railroad St., Manhattan IL Contact Michelle Arden to place an ad today! or (800) x2516 Dr. Brian D. Hillary, D.C. Parishioner FAMILY WELLNESS S. State St Franklin Forsythe Patrick Forsythe Jacqueline Gould W. 159th St., Home Glen, IL SHOP AT E HOME Contractors Welcome Prompt Delivery Fully Insured 5000 Ft. Showroom Family Owned Expert Installation Monday - Thursday 10am-8pm Call For Free Estimates Friday & Saturday 10am-4pm (708) Closed Sunday S. Larry Hansen CFP Portfolio Manager Senior Vice President Financial Advisor S. 94th Avenue, Suite 200 Orland Park, IL NMLS# Morgan Stanley Smith Barney LLC. Member SIPC. BC007 CRC /16 Your Pediatric and Family Eye Care Specialists Manhattan/Berkot s Center SALEM VILLAGE NURSING & REHAB CENTER Providing Quality Care With Dignity & Respect Medicare & Medicaid Certified Rowell Ave. Joliet, IL Always Angels Pet Service (815) In Home Pet Service Daily Dog Walking Celebrating our 15th year in business! Parishioner APEK ROOFING Shingles Tear Offs Siding Soffit Fascia Gutters 10% Parishioner Discount Licensed - Bonded - Insured Lic. # FREE ESTIMATE For ad info. call St. Joseph, Manhattan, IL A 4C