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Congratulations and Blessings to our young Parishioners

who were Confirmed on Friday, April 9, 2010.

Richard Christopher Boezio Kelly Anne Finn Jeffrey Hugh McLaughlin

Carla Teresa Briones Giselle Cecilia Flores Jessica Julia McLaughlin
Lauren Mary Cali Morgan Briget Fugiel Joseph Thomas Meade
Bradley Benedict Cebulski Brittany Stephanie Guido Andrew AndrewMikel
Alex Michael Chapman Jake Michael Haras Patrick James Mullally
Gaetano Andrew Ciccone Anna Joan Hostetler Nina Gregory Pollitt
Jacob Michael Coats Alexander Dominic Illes Melissa Gianna Rader
Rachelle Rose Cruz Nicholas Sebastian Italia Rickie Vincent Scali
Molly Elizabeth Dignan Emilina Maria Johnson Danielle Isabella Scarpiniti
Amanda Clare Domenick Isabelle Demetria Kelleher Jessica Veronica Settle
Courtney Elizabeth Ellis Benjamin Thomas Krause Angela Maria Signorile
Jennifer Maria Emmert Kyra Lucia Lusson Raeanne Cecilia Smith
Angel Cornelius Escobedo Marissa Maria Macedo Brandon Sebastian Temesvary
Deisy Cecilia Escobedo Emily Therese Maggiore Caitlyn Brigid Temesvary
Leonel Juan Diego Escobedo Therese Rose Marsh

APRIL 11, 2010


1501 South Main Street, Lombard, IL 60148

Rectory: (630) 629-1717 Fax: (630) 705-0692
Academy: (630) 627-0640 Fax: (630) 705-0139

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Rev. Robert Schoenstene Deacon Fred Francl Deacon Wayne Storrs

630.629.1717 630.629.1717 630.629.1717

Deacon Frank Lillig Deacon Peter Robinson

630.396.6077 Coor. Pastoral Care; 630.629.1717

Rev. Peter Jarosz, Pastor


Eileen Maggiore Sherry Rochford Bill Runge

Pastoral Assoc./Adult Faith Formation Children’s Faith Formation Director of Music and Liturgy
630.396.6076; 630.396.6078; 630.396.6075;

Elaine Ward Marge Zilinsky Carol Clishem

Business Manager Religious Education/Parish Secretary Pastor’s/Parish Secretary
630.396.6073; 630.396.6074; 630.629.1717;

Jill Placey, Academy Director Lori Bhardwaj

Kindergarten Teacher Academy Secretary/Parish Finance Asst.
630.627.0640; 630.627.0640;

Karen Hanish, Pre-School Jan Waas, Pre-School Aide Michelle Iwinski, Kindergarten Aide

Tony Azzolin Maintenance

Facilities Manager Paul Sweder, Joe Iapichino
630.629.1717; Victor Mandin

On Saturday, April 3, 2010 Alyssa Kinzel,

Destiny Moore, Matthew Finnegan and
Sara Finnegan were baptized, confirmed
and received the Body of Christ for
the first time. Angeline Finnegan and
Catherine Finnegan entered into
full communion with the Catholic Church.
Please continue to pray for them during
this mystagogia period of formation.
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Jesus, may all that is you flow into me.

May your Body and Blood be my food and drink.
May your passion and death be my strength and life.
Jesus, with you by my side enough has been given.
May the shelter I seek be the shadow of your cross.
Let me not run from the love which you offer,
but hold me safe from the forces of evil.
On each of my dyings shed your light and your love.
Keep calling to me until that day comes,
when, with your saints, I may praise you forever.

Thoughts on Eucharistic Adoration: Diocesan Year of the Eucharist

My name is Magda and I have been a parishioner at Christ the King for 17 years. My spiritual jour-
ney started at a very early age when my dear mother taught mother me how to pray the Lord’s
Prayer, Hail Mary and later, the Holy Rosary. I developed a strong devotion to the Holy Mass and
to the Holy Rosary. I have been coming to Eucharistic Adoration for five years. It is in the front of
the Blessed Sacrament that I see the true meaning of my life. It is here that I know that I am with
my best friend, with whom I share my deepest feelings and concerns and who gives me strength to
overcome my daily struggles in life. It is here where I can adore and console the One who loves
me infinitely and gave His life for me. Adoration is a huge blessing in my life. It has changed my
life. I take more time to pray and read the Holy Bible. I feel how much God loves me and that
gives me the strong desire to be a better Christ-like person. When I look at the cross, I know how
much He loved me then; when I look at the Eucharist, I know how much He loves me now. It is a
great feeling to be alone with Jesus. My heart is overwhelmed with a great joy and peace that only
He can give. Some of us travel a great distance to visit the relics of saints, but you my God, the
greatest saint of all, creator of all things, is here present on the altar before me. You have said,
“Come to me all who are weary and overburden, and I will give you rest”. These words give me
courage and hope. Your loving words invite me to come to You. I fear you, my Jesus, and love
you at the same time. I look at You with such awe. IS IT REALLY YOU MYJESUS, BEFORE
ME? My heart overflows with great joy as I tell You over and over, how I love You with all my heart,
my soul, my mind, with all my strength. Never let me be separated from You. Thank You for the
gift of faith. I will treasure it always. Keep filling me, teaching me and molding me, so I can be an
inspiration to others.

~ Magda
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Mass Intentions
Pray for Healing
Saturday, April 10 5:00 Anthony Macioce
Jean Brzezinski, Peter Christoff, Marion Kellmann, Rylee
Easter Saturday
Acts 4:13-21; Mk 16:9-15 Starke, Marie and John Sheehan, Vivian Mercati, Sarah
Convalle, Edward Danz, Jr., Alfred Buti, Deacon Phil Gavin,
Sunday, April 11 8:00 Esther Sproveare Tina Orlita, Cindy O’Neil, Barry Diskin, Lucy Lejeaunesse,
2nd Sunday of Easter 10:00 Frank Serio Julie Herstein, Shelia McCarthy, Marilyn Weitzel, Joan
Divine Mercy Sunday 12:00 Gary Stellmach Frichtl, George Sinka, Terry Caruso, Sandra Caeiro, Mi-
Acts 5:12-16; Ps 118; Rv 1:9-11a, chael Severino, Ken Redmond, Joseph and Barbara Was,
12-13, 17-19; Jn 20:19-31
Liberty Rusevic, Sharon Barsaloux, Diana Crue, Gary Ma-
Monday, April 12 8:30 Dolores Hoder jcen, Catherine Kearney, Leeangelo Cruz Lopez, Roberta
Acts 4:23-31; Jn 3:1-8 Dirschl, Katherine Keaerney, Bonnie Cimaglia, Fr. Jim
Quinlan, Louise Eckman, Fr. John Enright., Anita Banks,
Tuesday, April 13 8:30 Deceased members of
Convalle Family Isabel Carey. Please pray for all the sick in our parish, our
St. Martin I; Acts 4:32-37; Jn 3:7b-15
families, our friends, our community.
Wednesday, April 14 8:30 Priests of Joliet
Acts 5:17-26; Jn 3:16-21
Divine Mercy Sunday Schedule
Thursday, April 15 8:30 Eutiquio Doloritos
Acts 5:27-33; Jn 3:31-36
2:00pm: Blessing of the Divine Mercy
Friday, April 16 8:30 Edward Golly Picture and Religious Articles
Acts 5:34-42; Jn 6:1-15
5:00 Emil Vercillo
2:15pm: Exposition of the
Saturday, April 17
Acts 6:1-7; Jn 6:16-21
Blessed Sacrament

Sunday, April 18 8:00 George Brust 2:20pm: Luminous Mysteries of the Holy
3rd Sunday of Easter 10:00 Modesto DeLaCruz Rosary, Mercy Stations of the
Acts 5:27-32, 40b-41; Ps 30; 12:00 Brian McGarry Cross, and Divine Mercy Prayer
Rv 5:11-14; Jn 21:1-19
2:30pm: Confessions

3:00pm: For the Grace to be Merciful

and Chaplet of Divine Mercy

3:45pm: Benediction

4:00pm: Sacrifice of the Holy Mass

(fulfils Sunday obligation)
Veneration of the Relic of St.
Faustina after Mass.

Apr 17, 5:00 PM Apr 18, 8:00 AM Apr 18, 10:00 AM Apr 18, 12:00 PM
Allison Achenbaugh Lance Grunert Zenia Calderon Brandon Beahan
Altar Server Jennifer Emmert Charles Grunert Raeanne Smith Danielle Lavedas
Kelly Zelenka Alexander Sokalski Anna Sandei
Maura Gonzalo Irene Boutiette Pat Barone Terry Caruso
Robert Maslinski Aida Enriquez MonaLisa Dourado Patricia Caruso
Extraordinary Susan McGarry Ludy Redor Russell Gaden Martha Cebulski
Minister of Holy Pat McGovern Fran Rossi Cristina Pilar Patricia Millsap
Communion Anna Weselak Marvin Stellmach Henry Sokalski Valeree Paras
Fran Zelazny Kate Uhart Ellen Sweeney Sharon Pierscionek
George Zelazny Rick Uhart KimberlyAnn White Barbara Robinson
Lector Eileen Mears Linda Dovalovsky Marie Voss Vicia Torralba
Presider Fr Peter Jarosz Fr Peter Jarosz Fr Bob Schoenstene Fr Bob Schoenstene
B. Collins, G. Francl, L. Michalik, B. & P. Robinson, F. Kaminski, G. Majcen, Roberta Beckman, E & E
Ministers of Care
Mears, R. Caselli, J. Furgal
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Honor Mothers This Mother’s Day

You are invited to purchase a rose or
roses to honor Mothers, Grandmothers
or Godmothers. The roses you pur-
chase will decorate the altar during the
Mother’s Day Masses. Roses are $2.00

Place your request in an envelope la-

beled “CCW” in the collection basket NO LATER THAN
the weekend of April 24/25. Please include with your do-
nation, the printed names of the Mothers, Grandmothers
or Godmothers you wish to honor by your request. Please
Intergenerational healing has come through the interest print clearly. Also include your name and phone number.
of psychotherapists and theologians. The importance of The honoree’s names will be listed in the bulletin on the
prayer for healing in family systems has become more weekend of May 9. Thank you.
widely known in recent years. This is praying not only for
the individual, but for family and ancestors. The whole
extended human family needed healing and be free for
their wounded ancestors. God has to break into and
penetrate our history and be free from the bondage of Learn how to put more fun in your life!
sins that was transferred from generation to generation. Come and join CCW members for an evening of laughter
This will initiate and help people better understand the Monday - April 19 - 7:00 PM
essential dimension of God’s healing power and bring
restoration to their families and communities. The Council of Catholic Women has invited Colleen
Caron, a Certified Laughter Therapist, to conduct a light-
hearted presentation on the therapeutic value of humor.
Colleen is a Registered Nurse and a Laughter Yoga in-
structor, who will demonstrate how a good belly laugh can
Holy Hour for the Church decrease stress and increase creativity and critical think-
Join us again on Thursday, April 15 at 7PM to pray for the
Holy Church of God throughout the world. We pray that Make plans today to join us for an interesting evening and
Almighty God guides the works of His church, helps it per- feel free to bring a friend. The meeting will begin at 7
severe in faith, proclaim His name and brings salvation to o’clock and take place in the Rectory East Room. It
people everywhere. The parish CCW would like to invite promises to be a lot of fun! In addition to that, we will
all parents and children to attend this Holy hour, as we even serve you some tasty refreshments.
begin the Diocesan Year of the Eucharist.
For more information, call Pat Le Beau at 630-629-8543.

Area Wide St. Vincent de Paul Clothing Drive! April 17-18th, 2010
It's time to clear out the clutter and help the needy! The Christian Service Commission is having a collection for The
Area Society of St. Vincent de Paul (SVDP). THIS IS NOT FOR OUR Christ the King SVDP. They DO NOT take cloth-
ing!! This is a separate drive for the area.

We are looking for clean gently used clothing, shoes, cookware, linens, dishes, knick-knacks, toys, books, lamps,
etc. Clothing is needed for all people of all ages. Please fill your heavy-duty bags and boxes with your clean gently
used items and bring them with you when you come for Mass on Saturday, April 17th and/or Sunday, April 18th. There
will SVDP bags available for you at all the doors on the previous weekend. Our St. Vincent de Paul volunteers will be in
our lot both days before and after all masses to help you with your donations. Please do not leave your items outside
the truck when it is unattended. Receipts will be available. No hangers please. Absolutely NO FURNITURE will be ac-
cepted at this CLOTHING drive. For donations of furniture and other large items please call 1-630-231-4658 to schedule
a truck to come to your home. Thank you for helping us to help people.
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For at least the past hundred years, economists have been looking for a machine
that measures happiness. They are still looking.
Nothing Stands Alone
The most common way to measure happiness today is to ask people how happy
they are. There are many studies out there that use this technique. They found a All Things are Connected
few surprises, such as that caring for kids turned out to be mostly a negative ex-
perience. That’s right, even housework sounded better than watching the kids. We had the beauty of Holy Thurs-
Another surprise was that people are far more resilient than expected. People day. We had the sadness of Good
who lost a limb or their sight can rebound to somewhere close to their former Friday. We had the great joy of Holy
level of happiness. And finally, money does not seem to buy happiness. One Saturday and Easter Sunday. And
rather famous study followed 22 lottery winners for several years and found they this next week is Divine Mercy Sun-
were no happier than those who didn’t win. day, a great day of grace. The
graces that come pouring out of Je-
The main problem with these studies is that asking people how happy they are is sus' heart and side on Divine Mercy
what scientists call a reflexive measurement. A reflexive measurement is one in Sunday are the graces won for us
which the act of measuring changes the thing being measured. The great phi- through His holy Passion. Do not let
losopher John Stuart Mill said, “Ask yourself whether you are happy, and you this great day pass by. Come and
cease to be so.” be part and receive these graces.

Scientists are constantly trying new ways to measure happiness non-reflexively. He has said that the Divine Mercy is
They can objectively measure pleasure, but that is not the same thing as meas- a fuller unfolding of the mystery of
uring happiness. By the time we complete kindergarten, most of us have learned His Sacred Heart. As we know and
the difference between pleasure and happiness. We learn that we cannot be grow more we can receive more.
happy without friends, and sometimes you have to give up some pleasure to do Like Holy Mother Mary...the more
something that your friends need. We also learn that doing things for others can she loved the more grace she re-
sometimes generate happiness in and of itself. And we learn that blindly seeking ceived. The more we practice a vir-
pleasure is very infantile—one of the marks of an adult is the ability to accept tue the more we grow in it. The
deferred gratification instead of immediate pleasure. As a result, scientists be- growing happens as we struggle to
lieve that asking people how happy they are is still the best measurement of hap- grow in that virtue.
Lent was a time to set aside the
Meanwhile, social engineers are trying to maximize happiness by identifying things of the world to grow deeper in
things that add to or subtract from our happiness. Unfortunately, most people love with God. The graces we re-
rebel against performing a checklist of actions to maximize their happiness— ceived during Lent and the virtue we
especially since many things that add to our happiness rapidly lose potency if we grew in continue to draw us closer to
repeat them. Him and His Holy Mother. Continue
to draw on the graces from these
If these engineers and scientists could read our Owner’s Manual, they would holy feast days. Lent is over but lov-
stop spinning their wheels. It would tell them that our Creator designed us to be ing is not. As we grow we love more
completely happy only when we are in intimate union with our Lord and Savior, and become more like Him.
Jesus Christ.
I pray for all of you everyday. Be
The phrase that Jesus used more than any other in the Gospels is “The Kingdom strong and be caring. Be a gentle
of God.” He constantly exhorted people to live within the Kingdom of God. man and woman and child. Be lov-
Heaven is, of course, part of the Kingdom of God. But we don’t have to wait till ing and be not afraid. Have a happy
we die to live within the Kingdom of God—the saints have demonstrated how to heart!
do it right here on Earth. The Church and the Sacraments are there for us,
strengthening us against the temptations that knock us off the path to true happi- God bless you.
Deacon Wayne
Happiness may seem elusive to those who pursue money, power, or pleasure to
attain it. But happiness is right there for the taking if you follow the road map that
Jesus gave his life to deliver to you.

May God bless you and your family as you strive to make them happy.

~ Deacon Fred Francl

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Knights Of Columbus Fish Fry Thank You Catholic Trivia

The Knights of Columbus wish to thank the parishioners 20’s-30’s—Married or Single!
and friends of Christ the King parish for their support of Monday, April 19, 2010
our Fish Fry. Thanks to your appetites, we were able to 7:00pm – 9:00pm
raise $700 for Easter Seals of DuPage County.
We look forward to continuing to serve our parish and our Ballydoyle Irish Pub
community. All men interested in joining us in our mission, 5157 Main St.
please call our Membership Chairman, Ed Schumann, at
Downers Grove
630-627-8213 or via Email at

Come and test your knowledge

Cultural Influences that Lure Teens of the Catholic faith.
Free admission!
Worried that your children will grow up too quickly* from
what they read on the Internet, see on TV and share via Food and drink available for purchase.
Facebook? (Not to mention what they overhear in the
Support Our Parish—Use Manna!
Afraid that your child won’t be able to say “NO” because it
feels like everyone is saying “YES”? You are not alone, Manna is a tuition reimbursement/fundraiser program.
and there is help. This year-round fundraiser provides over 200 local and
nationwide grocery, retail, restaurants, gas stations and
Jason Evert—who speaks to more than 100,000 pre- specialty gift cards/certificates for order through Christ the
teens, teenagers and parents annually—will be at St. King Parish. The Gift certificates or debit cards purchased
Isaac Jogues on Sunday, April 18th, and Monday, April through Manna are worth their face value. The vendors
19th. listed have agreed to donate a percentage to the parish.
Each vendor has his own set amount. This money can be
Jason will speak to parents of 7th-12th graders in the Par- used to help offset tuition or to help pay down the parish
ish Center from 4-5:15 p.m. on Sunday, April 18th, fol- debt to the building fund. We cannot give you the money
lowed by Q&A. He will discuss the cultural influences that in form of cash.
lure teens away from a pure life and offer parents commu-
nication techniques, resources and a wealth of informa- Orders are due Monday at 9:00 a.m. Orders are filled and
tion to support them. are ready by Tuesday. Make checks payable to CTK
Manna. Please fill out the lower left portion of the order
Jason will speak to 7th-12th graders in the Parish Center form completely. Write in the total dollar amount re-
from 7-8:15 p.m., followed by Q&A. He will present a re- quested on the left of the vendor you wish to order. Write
freshing, challenging and entertaining message about in the total of all money purchased in the box on the lower
living a life that brings freedom, respect and romance left corner. Write the amount of the check enclosed. De-
without regret. cide how you would like the credit to be applied to RE,
ELA or Building Fund. Mark Hold or Send with student.
If you have questions, please call SIJ parishioner Maria Orders not marked send with student will automatically be
Kelly at 630.323.3206 held for parent pick up.

*And even if you closely monitor your kids’ activities, your Check the web site under Faith Formation for order forms
kids have friends…friends who talk and who share what and more information.
they know…or what they think they know.

Pray for our Military

Joseph Velasco, III, Richard Godman, III, Steven Van Dyke, Jeremy Guenther, Frank Minniti, Andrew DaMitz, Patrick J.
Doran, Kevin Dollens, Jessie Blanton, Michael Whelan, John Pierczynski, Thomas Pierczynski, Scott Allen Petersen,
Kevin Fitzpatrick, Nikita Majcen, Tom Clohessy, Benjamin Raymond, Stephanie Olson, Joshua D. Braun, Brandon Hart-
mann, Jeffrey W. Erickson, Mark Kuhar, Matthew Beifuss, Francis Beifuss, Melissa J. Gertie, Lara Owczarski, Frank Wil-
kins III, David Jurk, Kyle Villalobos, Douglas Wozniak, Jeff Maicke, Philip Corpuz Torralba, Robert Schroeder, Nicholas
Zappa, Jeremy Kalcsics, Daniel Rehmer, Derek Sisneros. Do you have a loved one in the armed forces? Email, call, or
drop a note in the collection with their name.
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2010 Catholic Ministries Annual Appeal

Stewardship of Treasure
Diocese of Joliet March 27-28, 2010
Sign-Up Weekend, April 17/18, 2010 # Registered Families 1380
Account # Amount
Easter reminds us how wonderfully God
has brought about our salvation and White Envelopes 402 $8,878.10
continues to provide for our needs. Non-envelope users $4,158.43
This week’s total $13,036.53
In a few weeks you will be asked to
support the 2010 Catholic Ministries Appeal. Weekly Budget $13,462.00
We rely on your generosity in providing for Difference -$425.47
the needs of our Diocesan family members, Catholic Relief Serv $2,604.56
as we are "One in the Body and Blood
of the Lord." Please be as generous as Green Envelopes* 74 $1,278.00
possible when you are asked to pledge. Restricted Budget** $2,308 .00
Difference -$1,030.00
Gold 48 $475.50

Today is Divine Mercy Sunday. We reflect on the love

Jesus shows us in forgiving us and inviting us to reconcile
with him. Jesus is the source of peace in our hearts. He is
patient with us, as He was with Thomas. If our faith falters
or grows weak, Jesus does not abandon us, but continu-
ously calls us to renewed faith and holiness. We are stew-
ards of God's forgiveness and are asked to offer that for-
giveness to one another.

220 out of 1,380 households have returned their commitment card thus far.
Let’s strive for 100% participation!


Increased Stewardship Renewal Appeal

Name _______________________________________ MY COMMITMENT FOR THE

Address _____________________________________
City, St., Zip _________________________________ $ WEEK


!Please send me envelopes
April 11, 2010 Year of the Eucharist 2010-2011 Page 11



Support Our Troops All Masses Church Break Open the Word 10:00am ER
Children’s Lit. of the Word 10:00am Church RE Committee Meeting 7:00pm Academy
Family Mass 10:00am Church
Divine Mercy Devotions 2:00pm Church
Divine Mercy Mass 4:00pm Church FRIDAY

Prayer Group 7:00pm ER

SVDP Food Pantry 12:00pm ER
New Wine Class 6:30pm Academy SATURDAY
Leadership Night 7:00pm Academy
SVDP Clothing Drive 2:00pm Parking Lot
TUESDAY Life Screen All Masses PLC
Basic Youth Ministry 6:00pm Gym
Children’s Choir Rehearsal 4:45pm Church
Rosary and Chaplet 5:30pm Church
Teen Ensemble Rehearsal 6:30pm Church NEXT SUNDAY
Ensemble Rehearsal 7:30pm Church
RE Classes 8:45pm Academy
RE Classes 6:30pm Academy
Finance Committee 6:30pm ER

Sacraments Mass Times Rectory Hours

Monday-Friday 8:30am
Baptism: Arrangements for baptisms are made
Mon: 9:00 am-3:00 pm
by attending a preparation meeting. Parish Sunday Obligation Tues, Wed, & Thurs: 9:00a.m.– 6:00 pm
registration is a pre-requisite for attending this Saturday Vigil at 5:00pm Friday: 9:00 a.m.– 12:00 p.m.
meeting. Sunday at 8:00am, 10:00am,
and 12:00 Noon
First Reconciliation, First Eucharist, and Bulletin Articles
Confirmation: Christ the King offers Faith Sacrament of Reconciliation
Formation both in our Parish Academy, and in Saturdays: 4:00pm-4:45pm Bulletin articles are due on the previous
our Religious Education Program. M-F 9am; And by appointment Friday in order to be published in the fol-
lowing weekend’s bulletin. Please send arti-
Weddings: Weddings are scheduled in the St. Peregrine Devotions cles to
home parish of the bride or groom. We require Second Saturdays at 11:00am
an eight month preparation time. The church
date is set before any other commitments are Rosary and Chaplet Registration
made. Weekdays at 7:35am
Tuesdays 5:30pm On behalf of the pastoral staff, we welcome you
Anointing of the Sick: If you or one of your as a family member of Christ the King Parish. It
loved ones are in need of the Anointing of the Eucharistic Exposition is our hope and prayer that you feel at home with
Sick, please contact the rectory, or see the 1st Thursday 9:00am until us at weekend masses, prayer times, and parish
priest after Mass. In case of an emergency, 1st Friday at 8:15am activities. Welcome!
please call the rectory, ext 1. Other Thursdays 9:00am-8:00pm
Christ The King #512918

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