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Every Saturday from 4:00-5:00 pm in the Church

JUNE 2024: MONTH OF THE SACRED HEART

SMDP encourages you to dedicate this month to the devotion of the Sacred Heart of Jesus.

MASS AND HOLY HOUR

Join us for a Mass and Holy Hour every Thursday 7:00 pm in Spanish.

GOSPEL MEDITATION

June 23, 2024
12th Sunday in Ordinary Time

Right now, you and I are only worried about one of only two things: wind or water. Bear with me. This week we hear the account of the terrified disciples waking Jesus in a sea-storm. He chastises them for their lack of faith, and then, “rebuking the wind, he said to the sea, ‘Quiet, be still!’” He rebukes the wind and stills the water. In the Bible wind and water represent the two most fundamental poles of our experience of creation. Wind means heaven, spirit, that which gives identity, unity, order, light. Water stands for earth, variation, potential, that which can be drawn into identity, darkness, chaos. Too much “wind” is when things get way too rigid, abstract and ideological — when we face oppressive leaders and tyrants, when we get addicted to our own way of doing things, when our attention is too narrowly focused on one thing. Too much “water” is excessive novelty, passivity, indifference, and chaos — when our attention is too broadly diffused on many things, when things seem to be crumbling without direction into the dark abyss. We know both terrifying experiences all too well. The point of the miracle is that God in Christ is the One who brings final cosmic harmony between these two vital but threatening forces. He ultimately does so from the wood of the cross, when he breathes forth the wind of his spirit and pours forth the water from his side to establish a new creation, filled with harmonious peace. When the wind and water are out of control, trust him.  — Father John Muir  ©LPi

Weekly Bulletin

12th Sunday in Ordinary Time | June 23, 2024

Special Prayer for

Week: June 22 to 29, 2024

Mass Schedule

Weekend Saturday – Church 5:00 pm
Sunday – Church 10:00 am
Chapel: 7:30 am
Weekday Monday-Saturday 8:15 am in the chapel,
Wednesday 4:00 pm in the chapel
Holy Days Schedule will be in bulletin with times.

Liturgical Roles

SATURDAY,  5:00 pm
(ENGLISH) – CHURCH

SÁBADO,  7:00 pm
(ESPAÑOL) – IGLESIA

SUNDAY,  7:30 am
(ENGLISH) – CHAPEL

DOMINGO,  8:00 am
(ESPAÑOL) – IGLESIA

SUNDAY, 10:00 am
(ENGLISH) – CHURCH

DOMINGO, 12:00 pm
(ESPAÑOL) – IGLESIA

Broadcast and Online Masses

Events/News

Vigil Mass and Eucharistic Devotion

on Saturday, June 29 from 5 pm – 7:30 pm at the National Shrine of St. Maximilian Kolbe at Marytown in Libertyville, IL.  Join us we celebrate the National Eucharistic Pilgrimage in the Archdiocese of Chicago. Holy Mass with Bishop Jeffrey Grob presiding, followed by a testimonial and Eucharistic Adoration/Benediction. Questions? Please contact Fr. Lawrence […]

A Day of Adoration

on June 27 at the Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe in Des Plaines, IL.  From 12 pm – 9 pm.  If you have any questions, call (847) 294-1806

Mass, Adoration, and Procession for Youth

At the Mundelein Seminary on Wednesday, June 26 from 4 – 7 pm.  Join us as we celebrate the National Eucharistic Pilgrimage in the Archdiocese of Chicago.

2024-2025 Religious Ed. Program Registrations

OPEN ON JULY 1st! ENROLL NOW! Registrations end on August 30th. After August 30, a $25 Late Fee is applied per student.

Rummage Sale 2024

Santa Maria del Popolo’s Annual Rummage Sale will be held Saturday/Sunday July 20 & 21. Thanks to your help and generosity last year we raised over $17,000! We are collecting your donations every Sunday from 4-7 pm at the Convent at 133 Lincoln Ave EXCEPT this Sunday, June 16th. PLEASE do not leave your items outside the […]

New Office Hours

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday 8:45am to 5:00pm Thursday— 8:45am to 12:00pm Saturday and Sunday closed

Frassati Catholic Academy

Next events, Frassati. Enrolling Now PreK-8th Grade 2023-2024 Run-Walk: Sep 10, 2023 2:00 pm