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  • St. Laurence Parish 225 Jewett St. Elgin, IL 60123 Parish Office: 565 Standish St. 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM Monday - Friday P - 847-468-6900 F - 847-468-6904 After Hours - 847-531-6203

    EUCHARISTIC CELEBRATION Saturday - 4:00 PM, Spanish - 6:00PM Sundays - 7:15, Bi-lingual 9:00, 11:00 AM Daily Mass - 8:00 AM Monday - Thursday, 7:00 AM Friday SACRAMENT OF RECONCILIATION Wednesday 5:00 - 7:00 PM Saturday 3:00 - 3:45 PM Special times upon request. SACRAMENT OF MARRIAGE & BAPTISM Check our website for more information. Stlaurencechurchelgin.com/parish-information

    Rectory: 226 Orchard St.

    PASTORAL STAFF Pastor - Fr. Andrew Mulcahey [email protected] [email protected] Fr. Robert Camacho - Priest in Residence Secretary - Belinda Bermea [email protected] Bookkeeper - Agnes Mozdzen [email protected] Religious Education Coordinators - Mike & Toni Kmiecik [email protected] Deacon - Robert Plazewski Finance Council - Joe Malas, Chairman Education Commission - Ron Szopa, President SCHOOL http://stlaurenceschool.com Principal - Wendy Kelly [email protected]

    Secretary - Kathy Laudont [email protected]

    P - 847.468.6100 F - 847.468.6104

    http://stlaurencechurchelgin.com

  • We still have open dates to remember your loved ones with altar flow- ers. Please check the binder at the back of the church.

    St. Vincent de Paul Society - We have a joint group with members of St. Thomas More Church in Elgin. Our next meeting will be at St. Laurence Church on Tuesday, August 14, 2018 at 7:00 p.m. Please come to one of our meetings and learn about all the worthwhile work that we do for the needy of our community. If you have questions, call 847 628-5170.

    The bread that I will give is my flesh for the life of the world. John 6:51

    August 17 - Margarita Pantoja

    Stewardship Collection

    Monday Ez 1:2-5, 24-28c; Ps 148:1-2, 11-14; Mt 17:22-27 Tuesday Ez 1:2-5, 24-28c; Ps 148:1-2, 11-14; Mt 17:22-27 Wednesday Rv 11:19a; 12:1-6a, 10ab; Ps 45:10-12, 16; 1 Cor 15:20-

    27; Lk 1:39-56 Thursday Ez 12:1-12; Ps 78:56-59, 61-62: Mt 18:21 — 19:1 Friday Ez 16:1-15, 60, 63 or 16:59-63; Is 12:2-3, 4bcd-6; Mt 19:3 Saturday Ez 18:1-10, 13b, 30-32;Ps 51:12-15, 18-19; Mt 19:13-15 Sunday Prv 9:1-6; Ps 34:2-7; Eph 5:15-20; Jn 6:51-58

    Readings for the Week

    Hospital Minister

    Altar Flowers Happy 90th Anniversary St Laurence Parish

    By Lorenzo Ruiz

    4:00 PM

    Lector - John Volpe Eucharistic Ministers - Kay Gotter, Barb Miller, Greg Soohov, Debbie Wever Altar Servers - Andrew Elwood, Chris Valenti

    6:00 PM

    Lector - Benjamin Gonzales Ministro Eucarístico - Servidor del Altar - Karen Perez, Natalia Ramos

    7:15 AM

    Lector - Kathy Newcomb Eucharistic Ministers - Marlene Gurley, Wendy Mann, Loretta Revesz, Chris Stine Altar Servers - Alejandra Arambula, Will Metz

    9:00 AM

    Lector - Joe Bermea, Sabina Ruiz Eucharistic Ministers - Loli Gudino, Bob Jones, Kathy Jones, William Misek Altar Servers - Adrian Rodriguez, Liz Salzmann

    11:00 AM

    Lector - Allie Locke Eucharistic Ministers - Veronica Betz, Natalie Koessl, James Kararo, Toni Kmiecik Altar Servers - Nathalia Aguirre, Natalia Benitez

    Altar Ministry August 18/19

    Aug 4/5 Total Giving This Week $8,502.83 Weekly Budget Amount Needed $7,900.00

    EL QUE COMA DE ESTE PAN VIVIRA PARA SIEMPRE

    Exciting Happenings

  • TREASURES from our TRADITION

    August 15th is The Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary. It is a Holy Day of Obligation. Masses will be at 8:00

    am and 6:00 pm. The 6:00 pm Mass will be bi-lingual.

    St. Laurence Church | Jewett & Standish St. | Elgin, IL 60123 | 847-468-6900 | http://stlaurencechurchelgin.com

    Mass Intentions Aug 13-19, 2018 Monday 8:00 AM Arlene Swieca offered by Norm & Karen

    Boxleitner Tuesday 8:00 AM Len Lajter offered by Helen & Family Wednesday 8:00 AM

    6:00 PM Tom Kelly offered by Soohov Family Edna & David Rice offered by Luz Aguinagna

    Thursday 8:00 AM Dana Olson offered by Judy Nelson Friday 7:00 AM Hank Dvorak offered by Desiree and April Saturday 4:00 PM Marcos Gudino offered by Julie & Bob Becknell 6:00 PM Samuel Leos offered by Family Sunday 7:15 AM Rhett Lundy offered by Family 9:00 AM Nancy & Rocio Andrade 11:00 AM Bradley VandeDrink offered by Mom, Dad, and

    Brothers and for the St Laurence Parish Family

    Please Pray for:

    For the strengthening in faith of all who are afflicted in body, mind or spirit please pray for: Patricia Anderson, Jody Bagdasarian, Cheryl Benson, Anthony Beuten, Anne Brown, Rev. William Budden, Kathleen Camarena, Jeannette Collins, Angelo DiLiberti, Andrew Gilles, Don and Marcie Gilles, John Giuliano, Michael Graffis, Walter “Skip” Green lll, Benjamin Hermann, Kay Hogan, Cynthia Huyvaert, Mary Jones, Michael Kmiecik II, Guyla Kramer, Gordon Lee, Larry Malsi, Jerry Martinez, Garrett Murray, Lois Mousel, Tim Neal, Bruce Ostdick, Betty Pekofske, Bonnie Penera, Deacon Bob Plazewski, Sandra Plazewski, Arlene & Joseph Rea, Andrew Real, Lisa Rednour, Henry Schultheis, Marie Seyller, Mike Shannon, and Melissa Tuftedal.

    May God protect our members who serve in the armed forc- es and return them safely to their families: AIR FORCE: Staff Sgt. Eric Charckon, Major Victoria Cramer, ARMY: 1st. Sgt. Eric Case, Sgt.. Jennifer (Clough) Korfmacher, Sgt. Charles Korfmacher, Pfc. Johnathan Lindquist, 1st. Lt. Thomas Martin, Sgt. Jacob McDonald, Pvt Michael Metz, COAST GUARD: Allison Rychtanek Cadet 1st class , MARINES: Pvt. Ryan Metz, NAVY: Seaman Apprentice Terrance M. Alexander, Seaman Recruit Timothy M. Alexander, CDR Bettina Sauter, Corpsman Nick Toufexis, NATIONAL GUARD: Jarod Metz - PFC Lord, Hear our Prayer.

    En 1973 Juan A. Espinosa escribió la canción “Santa María del Camino” con la cual invita a la Madre de Dios a caminar con sus her- manos y hermanas en la fe. La canción reta al creyente a caminar a pesar de lo difícil que puede ser y a luchar por los cambios que sólo el Reino de Dios puede realizar. En todo esto María es invitada a cami- nar con el creyente. En esta semana recordamos la Asunción de María al cielo, y lo hacemos reconociendo que además de ser Madre de Dios y madre nuestra, ella también es nuestra hermana y compañera en el camino de la fe. Ella ha llegado a la meta de nuestra peregrinación y lo ha hecho en cuerpo y alma por un privilegio singular. Nosotros también lo haremos en los últimos días cuando nuestro cuerpo resucite para unir- se con nuestra alma. Es en vista de los últimos tiempos que invitamos a María a des- cender de sus altares, regresando del cielo una y otra vez para cami- nar con sus hermanas y hermanos, en la fe, que tanto necesitan su ejemplo y apoyo. —Fray Gilberto Cavazos-Glz, OFM, Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co., Inc.

    Careful readers of the “Treasures” will have noticed that the two col- umns about the oldest monastic communities in the United States refer to the colonial states. The Louisiana Purchase gained a great treasure for our nation, the Ursuline monastery of New Orleans. Among the greatest pioneers of that city were nuns who came from France on a perilous voyage in 1727, pestered by pirates and tossed by fearsome storms. These were genteel, well-educated Ursulines, yet their first task was to roll up their sleeves and open a hospital to care for the pesti- lence-ridden colony. Next, they opened a school for girls and launched a plan to educate the women being shipped over from France to marry settlers. In this way, they had enormous influence in molding patterns of family and domestic life. At Christmastime in 1814, the threat of a British assault on the city was growing. On the terrifying night of January 7, 1815, the women of New Orleans gathered in the monastery chapel to pray that the city be spared from destruction in battle. The mother superior made a vow to have a Mass of Thanksgiving on that date every year should the Ameri- cans win. That night, Our Lady of Prompt Succor, to whom the nuns had great devotion, became the protector and patron of this great city. The convent in the French Quarter is the oldest standing building in the Mississippi valley, and the only surviving building of the French colonial period. The nuns relocated in 1824, but their old monastery is pre- served as a museum and archives for the Archdiocese of New Orleans. The school the nuns began, Ursuline Academy, is the oldest continu- ously operating Catholic school, and school for women, in the United States. —Rev. James Field, Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.

  • Thank You!

    Remember O most gracious Virgin Mary, that never was it known that anyone who fled to thy protection, implored thy help, or sought thy intercession was left unaid- ed. Inspired by this confidence I fly unto thee, O Virgin of virgins, my Mother. To thee do I come, before thee I stand, sinful and sorrowful. O Mother of the Word Incarnate, despise not my petitions, but in thy mercy hear and answer me. Amen.

    Jesus is the living bread. Put God in your marriage. The next Worldwide Marriage Encounter Weekends are Sept. 7-9 in Geneva, IL; Oct. 19-21 in Brookfield, WI or Nov. 9-11 in Rockford, IL. For more info go to: alifetimeoflove.org or call (888) 574-5653. Para un fin de semana en Espanol por favo