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Letter from Archbishop Cupich

Catholic Charities Awareness Campaign

To generate excitement for Catholic Charities 100th Anniversary, the agency is embarking on an awareness campaign through April 2018 focused on the parable of the Good Samaritan. Messages about the agency will be heard on the radio and seen in the newspaper and in other news outlets. The awareness campaign centers around the Good Samaritan and caring for our neighbors. Please see our flyer (English | Spanish) for more information.

Please check the following link for the bi-weekly (July 15 - 31) Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Chicago Parish Bulletin Announcement which includes information on upcoming events, programs and awareness days: Flyer

Silent Directed Retreat

July 16 to 22

The Cardinal Stritch Retreat House is offering a silent, directed retreat that is open to priests, deacons, lay people, and men and women religious. For more information, visit www.cardinalstritchretreat.org.

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Friends in the Lord: St. Ignatius and the Art of Spiritual Conversation

July 27

The Ignatian Volunteer Corps Morning of Reflection will celebrate the Feast of St. Ignatius of Loyola on Thursday, July 27. Register online or contact Jacqueline Fitzgerald at jfitzgerald@ivcusa.org or 312-961-6206.

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Mass on the Grass

August 5

The Diocese of Joliet will be hosting a Mass on the Grass celebrated by Fr. Burke Masters on August 5 at 5 p.m. before the Chicago Fire vs. New England Revolution game.

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Guadalupe en Verano

August 19

On Saturday, August 19, the Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe will host its third annual "Guadalupe en Verano.”
The event is dedicated to all the "Grupos Guadalupanos" from parishes throughout the Archdiocese Chicago. The event will start with a special conference at 12:00 p.m. followed by Mañanitas and folkloric dances, food, a special Mass with Bishop Alberto Rojas and a candle-lit procession to conclude the grand celebration.

Flyer in English
Flyer in Spanish

St. Hedwig Class of 1967 Reunion

September 16

The St. Hedwig class of 1967 is having a 50 year reunion on Saturday, September 16, 2017.  Celebration will begin with a 5 pm Mass at St. Hedwig followed by a reception (location to be determined).  If you are a St. Hedwig graduate from the class of 1967 or know any graduates from the class of 1967, please contact Joyce (Pasko) Ukleja at bigjudy2@aol.com.

Tolton Chicago Pilgrimage

September 23

Join Bishop Joseph Perry on a historic pilgrimage that journeys through historic Bronzeville, the ministerial home of Servant of God - Fr. Augustus Tolton. Stops on the pilgrimage include – site of Fr Tolton’s first church in Chicago, the grave of Mother Tolton, site where Fr. Tolton disembarked from train and later collapsed, and Mercy Hospital where he was cared for and later died.

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Parish of St Turibius' 90th Anniversary

November 11

The Parish of St Turibius is celebrating its 90th Anniversary this year.  Mass of Celebration will be held on Saturday November 11 at 4 p.m. Celebration will continue at the Mayfield Banquette Hall.

For more information, please contact the parish office 773.581.2730 ext. 110 or check the parish web page at Turibius.org

We are asking those who have been parishioners of St. Turibius to send a response to the following:

BEING PART OF THE ST TURIBIUS FAMILY MEANS TO ME/US. Please see the Announcement for more information.

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SAVE THE DATE:
Annual Interfaith Thanksgiving Prayer Service

November 22

First United Methodist Church
Chicago Temple, 77 West Washington Street
12 p.m. - 1 p.m.

Mercy Home Heroes Chicago Marathon Team

Would you consider doing something Heroic in 2017? Like running a marathon?

Join our Mercy Home for Boys & Girls' Heroes marathon team and transform the life of an abused child in Chicago.

Sign up here: https://www.mercyhome.org/bank-america-chicago-marathon/ or contact Jim Harding at jimhar@mercyhome.org or 312-738-9381.

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To Rise With Christ - Instruction on Burial Rites Involving Ashes / Cremated Remains of the Deceased

Recently, the Vatican's Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith has issued an Instruction, To Rise With Christ, on the burial rites involving ashes / cremated remains of the deceased. Specifically, To Rise With Christ is addressing practices in society which have grown in popularity in recent years in regard to the care of cremated remains after death: the separation or scattering of ashes, the retaining or display of ashes in one’s home, or the use of ashes in the creation of jewelry. In all of these cases the Instruction reiterates the Church’s firm belief in the respectful care of ashes / cremated remains of the departed, such that “the ashes of the faithful must be laid to rest in a sacred place, that is, in a cemetery or, in certain cases, in a church or an area, which has been set aside for this purpose.”

Full Instruction - English
Bulletin Insert on Instruction

Parish Inclusion Awareness Days

Parishes in the Archdiocese of Chicago are invited to plan and celebrate Inclusion Awareness Day this fall. Please consider October 9, 2016, or another weekend to renew your commitment to intentionally welcoming parishioners of all abilities every day of the year. Visit www.InclusionInWorship.org for more information.

Bulletin Announcements

Lifelong Faith Formation Classes

Lifelong Faith Formation classes are now available through the Archdiocese Office for Catechesis and Youth Ministry. These classes, which include a program for training catechists, extend the opportunity to be a part of the formation of the next generation of Chicago Catholics to every member of the Archdiocese.  Whether you want to take a full course of study toward certification as a catechist, or simply participate in select classes to enrich your faith, these classes from the Archdiocese are an exciting new resource. All classes are online, so they fit into your everyday schedule, and affordable as some courses are available for only $14. You can complete the classes at your own pace and in your home. Topics include Scripture, John Paul II’s Theology of the Body, Church History and much more. For a full listing of courses and prices please visit www.formedcatholiconline.com/home.aspx?pagename=faith.

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