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Twenty-Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time - Sept. 19, 2021
St. Michael the Archangel Church St. Charles Borromeo Church
52 South Third St., PO Box 128 223 South Third St., PO Box 6
Radom, Illinois 62876 DuBois, Illinois 62831-0006
Office: 618-485-2265 Fax: 618-485-2272 Office: 618-787-2781 Fax: 618-787-2781
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Website: www.stmichaelradom.com Website: scbc.worthyofpraise.org
Weekend Mass: Saturday 5:00pm Weekend Mass: Sunday 8:00am
Weekend Mass: Sunday 10:00am Weekend Mass: Sunday - Also Live Streamed 8 AM
Office Hours: Tues., Thurs., Fri. 9am-3pm Office Hours: Wed., 4:00 - 5:00pm
Father Oliver Nwachukwu, Ph. D. (Administrator)
Jerry Watters, Marvin Winka (Trustees- Radom) Jack Boczek, Ron Lynch (Trustees- DuBois)
Carla Chesnek (PSR Director-Radom) Judy Pieszchalski (PSR Director-Radom)
Jackie Herzog (Music Director-Radom) Monica Bochantin (Music Coordinator-DuBois)
Bernadine Kabat (Hall Rental-Radom) Richard Majewski (Hall Rental-DuBois)
Marvin Winka, Jerry Watters (Cemetery-Radom) Jack Boczek (Cemetery-DuBois)
Bernadine Kabat (Secretary-Radom) Monica Bochantin (Secretary-DuBois)
Baptism: Parents make an appointment with Father at least 1 month before the Celebration of the Sacrament.
Marriage: Couples contact the parish office no later than 6 months before the anticipated date of the wedding.
Reconciliation: 7:30 to 7:45am Sunday at DuBois; 9:30 to 9:45am at Radom or by appointment.
Anointing/Communion to the Sick: Call parish offices.
Readings for the Week: Monday - Sts. Andrew Kim Tae-gon, Priest, and Paul Chong Ha-sang, and Companions, Martyrs: Reading: Ezr 1:1-6; Gospel: Lk 8:16-18; Tuesday: St. Matthew, Apostle and Evangelist: Reading: Eph 4:1-7, 11-13; Gospel: Mt 9:9-13; Wednesday: Reading: Ezr 9:5-9; Gospel: Lk 9:1-6; Thursday: St. Pius of Pietrelcina, Priest: Reading: Hg 1:1-8; Gospel: Lk 9:7-9; Friday: Reading: Hg 2:1-9; Gospel: Lk 9:18-22; Saturday: Reading: Zec 2:5-9, 114-15a; Gospel: Lk 9:43b-45; Twenty-Sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time: Reading 1: Nm 11:25-29; Reading 2: Jas 5:1-6; Gospel: Mk 9:38-43, 45, 47-48
This Week's Schedule of Events
Saturday Sept. 18 5:00pm Mass Tony & Cecilia Smalley Radom
Sunday Sept. 19 8:00am Mass Bernice & Leonard Janowski DuBois
(Mass also Livestreamed at 8 AM)
Sunday Sept. 19 10:00am Mass Rev. Dale Maxfield Radom
Monday Sept. 20 No Mass
Tuesday Sept. 21 8:00am Mass Eleanor Bronke DuBois
Wednesday Sept. 22 6:00pm Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament Radom
Wednesday Sept. 22 6:30 pm Mass Eleanore Smolley Radom
Thursday Sept. 23 8:00am Mass Francis Grabowski DuBois Friday Sept. 24 9:00am Mass Frank Kasban Radom
Saturday Sept. 25 5:00pm Mass Rosancki & Bond Families Radom
Sunday Sept. 26 8:00am Mass Janelle Huggins DuBois
(Mass also Livestreamed at 8 AM)
Sunday Sept. 26 10:00am Mass St. Michael's Parishioners Radom
We will have a second collection for the people of Haiti this weekend of September 25/26. Please give as you can.
Please Remember in Your Prayers: Rhonda Aldridge, Cindy Barczewski, Dan Barczewski, JoAnn Barczewski, Butch Bauza, Scott Bevil, Cheryl Blumhorst, Evelyn Bochantin, Mike Bock, Kara Borowiak, Ruth Burde, George Carrigan, Paul Chwasczinski, Jill Cox, Mary Czerniejewski, Tammy Dial, Pat Dickson, Dennis Dras, Kristi Elms, Adam Gibson, Laura Gill, Ron Grzechowiak, Ted Guinzy, Douglas Habbe, Wendy Hampton, Eric Harris, Zorab Hagopian, Stacy Helm, Krystal Henry, Larry Huett, Tina Pedtke Jackson, Joann Kania, pauline Kania, Cindy Kasban, Katie Kauer, Russ Kohnen, Sharon Kubiak, Ernie Kujawa, Jane Kujawa, Kailie Laramie, Dorothy Lamczyk, Imogene Lamczyk, James Lashley, Emily Lentz, Landon Lentz, Jerry Leonard, Ralph Leonard, Marty Lepacek, Clara Liszewski, Geraldine Liszewski, Irene Luchinski, Ellen Werner Lusko, Bob Majewski, Katie Mason, Regina Matecki, Sarah Morgan, Teressa Morgan, Daniel Morski, Sr., Rita Nadolski, Callen Newborn, Asa Newell, Fr. Urban Osuji, Ben Peters, Shelia Patton, Randy Pytlinski, Linda Przygoda, Rev. Joseph Rascher,Xenia Restoff, Rustin Robinson, Leonard Rybacki, Tracy Sanders, Elizabeth Schultz, Kathy Sikora, Leo Suchomski, James Swambar, Debbie Szatkowski, Evelyn Szatkowski, David Tomaszewski, Luke Tomaszewski, Theresa Traiteur, Mark Triller Theresa Williams, Ainsley Wills, Wayne Wilson, Henry Winkeler, Don Wisniewski, Clarence Witges, Fr. Eugene Wojcik, Becky Wojtowicz, Dave & Rosemary Wojtowicz, Michael Wojtowicz, Bernice Zienta and Amber Zoller, Pope Benedict XVI Emeritus
St. Charles Borromeo:
Sunday, September 126, 2021 - 8:00a.m. Mass - Lector: Ellen Boczek; Eucharistic Minister: Host: Charlotte Dalman; Servers: Reagan & Ivan Waldman; Rosary Leader: Susan Zmudzinski, Sarah Kary; September Ushers: Cliff Polczynski, Raymond Restoff, Mike Wisneski
St. Charles Borromeo Contributions: Sept. 12, 2021: Adult Envelopes: $2747.00; Loose: $10.00; Capital Development: $50.00; Cemetery: $1660.00; Assumption: $5.00; Retired Priests: $624.00
St. Michael the Archangel
Saturday, Sept. 25, 2021 - 5:00p.m. Mass - Lector: Michelle Ferguson; Eucharistic Minister - Host: ; Stella Pedtke; Servers: Abby & Allie Cottom, Jackson Maurer; Rosary: Paulette Leonard; September Ushers for Saturday: Scott Matecki, Marion Setzekorn, Mike Tomaszewski, Jerry Watters, Don Wisniewski, Jason Wisniewski
Sunday, Sept. 26, 2021 - 10:00a.m.Mass - Lector: Sarah Ratermann; Eucharistic Minister - Host: Debbie Colgrave; Servers: Jesse, Lucas, Waylon Wojtowicz; Rosary Leader: Diane Kujawa; September Ushers for Sunday: Herman Kryger, Alex Kujawa, Frank Kujawa, Francis Kujawa, Justin Kujawa, Stephen Kula
St. Michael the Archangel Contributions - Sept. 12, 2021: Adult Envelopes: $1836.00; Youth: $3.00; Loose: $156.00; Maintenance: $575.00
The 2021 Catholic Service and Ministry Appeal
Whoever believes in me will do the works that I do...-John 14:12
The Society of St. Vincent de Paul truly serves the poorest of the poor through its Cosgrove's Soup Kitchen, SVDP Thrift Store, Help Center and Night Drop-In Center. Men, women, and children are provided the basic necessities of life - food, clothing and shelter - and the hope and the tools they need for a better tomorrow. Help St. Vincent de Paul serve those who have no place else to turn. Please mark your gift to The 2021 Catholic Service and Ministry Appeal today.
Twenty-Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time - September 19, 2021
"I'm Better Than You." Our lives are filled with all manner of put down, one upmanship, top dog behavior. When the disciples were caught in a similar conversation by Jesus, their response was silence. Perhaps, from embarrassment, even shame - especially after his teaching. He says to them and to us, be last not first, be of service, be open to receive.
St. Theresa Bingo News - Bingo is Sunday, Oct. 10th. Help will be needed in the kitchen and other areas for the bingo. Call Josephine McCowen at 231-1714 for more information and to volunteer. Desserts and special cakes for the lunch and raffle and baskets for the basket raffle will also be needed. Please bring desserts and baskets on Oct. 10 to the KC Hall any time after 9 AM.
Our Appreciation to James Szperra and His Family -- While we continue to pray for the happy repose of the soul of our dear Mary Szperra, and god's comforting grace on her family we thank Jim Szperra and his family for the donation of $5,250.00 to St. Charles Borromeo Church and $60.00 to the Cemetery Fund in memory of Mary Lynn Szperra. May God bless you for including the well-being of our parish in your good wishes for her. Masses will be celebrated in due time for the eternal repose of the sould of Mary Lynn as requested by her family and friends. Again, thank you and be assured of our prayers for you as you go through this difficult time. Fr. Oliver Nwachukwu, Ph.D.
Our Sympathy to Adele S. Zdrowski's Family m -- "I am the resurrection and the life; whoever believes in me, even if he dies, will live, and everyone who lives and believes in me will never die" (John 11:25-26a). And so we believe and pray for our dear Adele S. Zdrowski whom the Lord called to eternity on Sept. 10, 2021. Adele remained a very actively committed member of St. Charles Borromeo till ill-health took a toll on her and she was taken to Friendship Manor in Nashville. Even with that, Adele was regularly attending Sunday Mass at the nursing home until the COVID-19 pandemic struck and our liturgical activities at the nursing home was discontinued. Down at St. Charles Church in her heydays, Adele was a member of St. Theresa's Altar Sodality, a member of the Catholic Daughters of the Americas and a member of the parish quilter's group. There was no social or liturgical activity of the parish that Adele could be said to have missed unless prevented by sickness. May God who called her from this earthly life, grant her a peaceful rest in heaven. On behalf of the members of St. Charles Borromeo parish I therefore, express our sincere sympathy to all the members of Adele's family -----the Shermans, the Zdrowskis, Polczinskis and a host of other friends of Adele left behind to mourn her departure. May God comfort you with the assurance of the promised resurrection when we shall all rise in the Lord to part no more with our dear ones gone before us. Adele was laid to rest on Thursday, Sept. 15 with Mass of Christian burial celebrated at St. Charles Borromeo Church where he body was laid in state for visitation before the Mass. May she rest in peace. Fr. Oliver Nwachukwu, Ph.D
St. Michael the Archangel
St. Michael's Calendar winners for Sept. 19, 2021: Greg & Karen Kasban, Radom, IL & Mike Tomaszewski, Radom, IL
St. Michael Rummage Sale will be Oct. 6, 7, 8, & 9. Items can be dropped off on Monday, Sept. 20 and Tuesday, Sept. 21 - 9AM - 5 PM. Wed., Oct. 6 - "Early Bird Sale" - $2 charge person - 5-8 PM; Thurs., Oct. 7 - 8 AM-5PM; Friday, Oct. 8 - 8AM-6PM; Saturday, Oct. 9 - 8am-7PM. On Saturday price as marked or $3.00 all you can fit in a bag! Mask Required. Any questions, call Debbie at 618-308-0280.
Thank you to those that volunteered to clean the church in the month of August. Cleaners for the month of September beginning Sunday, Sept. 5: Sherry Kobus, chairperson; Mary Dreas, Rita Gajewski
We are in need of church cleaners. If you would like to help, please contact Mary Dreas, 521-6169.
St. Michael Day Celebration will be Sunday, Sept. 26 at the 10 AM Mass. We will be honoring our parishioners ages 89 and over this year. They are Agnes Kasban, Helen Kwiatkowski, Jeanette Grzechowiak, Herman Kryger, Sylvester Barciszewski, Theresa Traiteur, and Bernice Zienta. After Mass we will have donuts, coffee and tea for everyone in the church bassement. If you were unable to turn in your form, you may call the parish office with your response. Thank you! We will also have the Living Rosary before Mass beginning at 9:35 AM. All parishioners are invited to join us for the rosary.
The Catholic Daughters of America meeting is scheduled for Monday, Sept. 20 at 7 PM at St. Charles. Committee members: Door Prizes: Ellen Boczek; Student Burse: Lacy Buretta; Bingo Prizes: MaryAnn Buretta and Kathy Conner. All committee members are to bring refreshments.
The 2021 BDCCW Annual Convention will be Oct. 13 at Camp Ondessonnk, Ozark, IL. Come gather with your sisters in Christ from throughout the diocese as we celebrate Mass with Bishop McGovern, share our faith, and learn ways to care for each other and our common home. RSVP by Sept. 27th for a special discount on your registration fee. Forms are available from your parish office, and on our website at https://dps.diobelle.org/dps/bdccw/home. Just click on the Convention 2021 banner to get the registration form. Complete and print the form, and mail in with your payments. Bring all your friends!
Knights of Columbus Council #4476 Educational Scholarship Forms are available at the entrances to the churches. Deadline to apply is December 9th. Return the application form to the DuBois KC Hall or through a member.
Molly B. will be at the DuBois KC Hall on Friday, Oct. 29th. Doors open at 5 PM with dance from 7-11 PM. Tickets are $15 and can be purchased at the KC Hall Lounge or at the F & M Bank, DuBois. Tickets purchased for the April 3 & 4, 2020 dance will be honored for this dance. Any questions, call Pennie Spotanski at 214-3097.