The Community of
St. John the Evangelist
Catholic Church

Dear Parishioners and Friends of St. John’s Parish,  updated April 7

Bulletin for April 5th 2020

Cardinal’s Decree Regarding Easter Obligations

 Effective Saturday, March 21 – until the stay-at-home order is lifted

  • All churches and adoration chapels must be closed and locked until the order is lifted by the governor. Private prayer in any parish building must be discontinued until the order is lifted.
  • There can be no live Stations of the Cross or any other gatherings anywhere on parish/school property, nor can any parish personnel be involved in organizing them on any other site.
  • All weddings and baptisms must be postponed and can be re-scheduled only once the order is lifted. There are no exceptions to this, regardless of the size of the group. However, in case of an extreme emergency for baptism, please seek the permission of your pastor.
  • Funerals and wakes must be postponed until the order is lifted.
  • The parish office will be closed except for essential business. Please leave a message at 630-837-6500 ext.130 if you have an urgent need and we will try to assist you.

We all have to follow the guidelines and procedures stated for us by the Archdiocese and by the State. You can always find the latest information at www.archchicago.org

Definitely the celebration of Christ’s Passion and Resurrection will be so unusual this year without any congregation allowed to participate. It will be tough for you, it will be tough for the clergy.

  • There are NOT to be any public celebrations, even outside including live Stations of the Cross on Good Friday.
  • Easter sacraments for RCIA candidates and catechumens are to be postponed – guidance will be provided later on when they might be celebrated after this crisis subsides.
  • The Mass of the Lord’s Supper, the Liturgy of the Lord’s Passion, and the Easter Vigil will be celebrated without a congregation.
  • There should be no Communion services currently nor during Holy Week until we are cleared to return for public liturgies.
  • Individual confessions are currently not possible; this includes virtual or phone confessions, which are never permissible, nor drive-thru confessions. Despite the good intentions around such novelty, we must attend to our underlying theological tradition of the sacrament, as well as support the stay-at-home order and its intended purpose – to keep people safe in their homes at this time.
  • In keeping with longstanding pastoral practice when penitents’ access to the sacrament is restricted, they can be assured that their sins are forgiven if they make an act of contrition with a firm resolve to approach the Sacrament of Reconciliation after the stay-at-home order is lifted.
  • The faithful should pray particular prayers or meditate on passages of the bible that you recommend to assist them in seeking the mercy and forgiveness of God and the grace of reconciliation.

Holy Thursday – We celebrate the Mass of the Lord’s Supper. There are four basic parts to this mass. First, the reception of the blessed oils from the Chrism Mass. Second, the washing of the feet, symbolizing Jesus Christ who washed the feet of his Disciples, who would become the first priests. Third, the institution of the Eucharist (the source and summit of our Catholic Faith) and of the Priesthood. Fourth, the transfer of the Eucharist, where Jesus is taken in procession through the Church, as a symbol of his final journey to Calvary. Then, after a period of adoration until midnight, the Eucharist is removed from the Church in preparation for Good Friday.
Good Friday – The celebration of the Lord’s Passion. Good Friday is a day of fasting. Traditionally, there is no Mass and no celebration of the Eucharist on Good Friday. Holy Communion comes from hosts consecrated on Holy Thursday. All enter and leave the church in silence. We again read the Passion story, and we venerate the Cross. This is a time for us to recognize just how much our God loves us, how he was willing to suffer anything, even death on a cross, for us. Church bells are silent. Altar is left bare.
Easter Vigil – This is the great feast of the Resurrection of our Lord, the holiest day of the year. We gather after dark with an outdoor fire; we enter a dark church; we bless holy water; we hear the great stories of how God has saved his people; sacraments are performed, such as baptisms and Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults who will become full members of the Church; and we celebrate the single greatest reality that changed the world forever – Jesus Christ is risen from the dead!

As a reminder, Sunday Mass from Holy Name Cathedral is available in English, Polish and Spanish via https://radiotv.archchicago.org/television/broadcast-masses All Masses are also available at YouTube.com/catholicchicago and on the Archdiocese of Chicago Facebook page.

Other online mass sites are: https://dailytvmass.com or https://mass-online.org

And as always, you can find daily Catholic mass on https://www.ewtn.com/tv

Sunday Masses will continue to be televised on local stations in English, Spanish and Polish for the duration of our stay-at-home order.

ABC 7 Chicago will broadcast Sunday Masses with Cardinal Cupich at 9:30 a.m.

Univision Chicago (WGBO 66) will air a Spanish-language Mass at 10 a.m.

Polvision 397/679 will broadcast a Polish-language Mass at 9 a.m. and 3 p.m.

Please share these opportunities with family and friends as an important way to stay united, as a community of faith, to the grace of Holy Mass.

Let us pray for those who are infected, may God bring them strength and health; let us pray for those who have died, the victims of coronavirus and all of our deceased brothers and sisters; let us pray for our first responders, firefighters, police officers, paramedics, doctors and nurses who offer their time and knowledge risking their own health and safety for the well-being of others; and let us pray for each other.

A humble plea on behalf of your beloved parish

 I would like to personally thank all of you who have continued to financially support our parish during this challenging time. Cancellation of Mass is leading to significant losses in our offertory income, which is placing all our ministries and operations at a very significant risk. It has been three weekends already without public masses celebrated and no collection taken. This situation has challenged us with about $16,000 per week deficit in revenue. We simply cannot function without your help and generosity. Our Finance Committee will have a special online meeting this week to see how we can address this issue.

More than ever, we ask you to please consider supporting us by giving online at www.givecentral.org/location/128 where you can make a weekly offertory contribution to our St. John’s family.

OR consider giving online at www.archchicago.org/offertory were you can make an offertory donation to our parish. Please make sure to select – St. John the Evangelist, Streamwood – from the drop-down menu on the form.

If you prefer to make an offertory donation through cash or check, please mail it.

May God grant you peace during this difficult time and may He manifest His love and His presence to you in abundant ways. As always, I pray that through God’s grace you will be able to provide for yourself and for your family first and then share your gifts with our parish community.

If you have any concerns, please contact the Parish Office at 630 837 6500 ext. 130 and our Business Manager, Mrs. Mary Alice Benoit will assist you.

Thank you for your continued support of St. John’s parish.

Fr. Gregg and St. John’s Parish Staff

Cardinal Cupich has called the entire Archdiocese for common prayer and the ringing of our church bells five times a day. By pausing and lifting up in prayer all those affected by the pandemic, we can offer those in need our support and let them know that they are not alone. The prayer times have begun on Saturday, March 21, at 9:00 a.m. and continue every three hours each day, with the last bells rung at 9:00 p.m. Each of the five prayer times will be dedicated to a specific group particularly impacted by the pandemic. The prayers and intentions for each hour of prayer are below:

9:00 a.m. – Prayer for those infected with the virus and all who are ill“Lord, place your healing hand on those who suffer illness. Bring them to full health and ease their anxious hearts.  May our prayer and the intercession of the Blessed Virgin Mary encourage them that they are not alone. We ask this in Jesus’ Name. Amen.”

12:00 p.m. – Prayer for health care workers and those attending to the sick“Lord, we are ennobled by those who put their lives at risk in caring for the sick. Keep them safe and embolden them when they are weary. We ask this in Jesus’ Name. Amen.”

3:00 p.m. – Prayer for first responders and essential workers“Lord, we pray for those who run to danger to keep us safe and those who serve the common good. Embrace them with your mantle of protection and comfort the fears of their families. We ask this in Jesus’ Name. Amen.”

6:00 p.m. – Prayer for people of every nation and their leaders“Lord, the pandemic opens our eyes to see each other as brothers and sisters in one human family. We pray for people of every nation and their leaders, asking that they be inspired to seek the good of all and quell the voices of division. We ask this in Jesus’ Name. Amen.”

9:00 p.m. – Prayer for those who have died today“Lord, we grieve the passing of our sisters and brothers who have died this day. We commend them to your tender mercy, confident that nothing, not even death, will separate us from your love. We ask this in Jesus’ Name. Amen.”

When you hear the bells, please stop for a moment, and say your prayers. You can also set your alarms so that you can stop for a moment to join in this common prayer with people around the entire Archdiocese.

  • Weekday Mornings:  8:45 AM
  • Wednesday Evenings: 7:00 PM
  • Holidays: 9:00 AM
  • Saturday : 4:30 PM
  • Sunday :  7:30, 9:00, 11:00 AM, and 6:00 PM
    1:00 PM Polish Language
  • Holy Day of Obligation: As Announced
  • Saturday : 11:00 AM until 12:30 PM
  • Wednesday : (Before) 8:45 am Mass
    and 7 pm Mass

Also available by appointment

  • Monday in the Day Chapel beginning at approx. 9:30 AM (after the
    8:45 AM  Mass) ending with Benediction at 6:00 PM
    Thursday in the Day Chapel beginning at approx. 9:30 AM (after the 8:45 AM Mass) ending with Benediction at 8:00 PM.

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Mrs. Billmeyer Mary Ellyn Billmeyer received her B.A. in Elementary Education and Social Work from Clarke University in Dubuque, Iowa. After teaching for a few years, she enrolled at Concordia University in River Forest, Ill., to pursue her Master's Degree. After several years of hard work and long hours of study, she was awarded a Master of Arts (M.A.) in Administration and Supervision. She started her career as a primary teacher and taught Kindergarten and grades 1, 3, 4, and 6. She became the principal at St. Hubert School in Hoffman Estates and remained there for twelve years. She was also the principal at St. Theresa Parish and at St. Peter the Apostle School in Itasca. Mary Ellyn and her husband Brian have been married for over 30 years and have two grown children, Jonathan and Jennifer. Catholic education is a priority for Mary Ellyn and she is firmly committed to ensuring that Catholic education is available to all children for many years to come. She is excited and confident about making St. John's School one of the most vibrant schools in the Northwest Suburbs. Mrs. Billmeyer Mary Ellyn Billmeyer received her B.A. in Elementary Education and Social Work from Clarke University in Dubuque, Iowa. After teaching for a few years, she enrolled at Concordia University in River Forest, Ill., to pursue her Master's Degree. After several years of hard work and long hours of study, she was awarded a Master of Arts (M.A.) in Administration and Supervision. She started her career as a primary teacher and taught Kindergarten and grades 1, 3, 4, and 6. She became the principal at St. Hubert School in Hoffman Estates and remained there for twelve years. She was also the principal at St. Theresa Parish and at St. Peter the Apostle School in Itasca. Mary Ellyn and her husband Brian have been married for over 30 years and have two grown children, Jonathan and Jennifer. Catholic education is a priority for Mary Ellyn and she is firmly committed to ensuring that Catholic education is available to all children for many years to come. She is excited and confident about making St. John's School one of the most vibrant schools in the Northwest Suburbs. Mrs. Billmeyer Mary Ellyn Billmeyer received her B.A. in Elementary Education and Social Work from Clarke University in Dubuque, Iowa. After teaching for a few years, she enrolled at Concordia University in River Forest, Ill., to pursue her Master's Degree. After several years of hard work and long hours of study, she was awarded a Master of Arts (M.A.) in Administration and Supervision. She started her career as a primary teacher and taught Kindergarten and grades 1, 3, 4, and 6. She became the principal at St. Hubert School in Hoffman Estates and remained there for twelve years. She was also the principal at St. Theresa Parish and at St. Peter the Apostle School in Itasca. Mary Ellyn and her husband Brian have been married for over 30 years and have two grown children, Jonathan and Jennifer. Catholic education is a priority for Mary Ellyn and she is firmly committed to ensuring that Catholic education is available to all children for many years to come. She is excited and confident about making St. John's School one of the most vibrant schools in the Northwest Suburbs.

Holy Land Pilgrimage Information

 

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All candidates must have posters APPROVED on Tuesday, 9/4 and speeches APPROVED by Wednesday, 9/5.

Candidates: only 8th graders are eligible as President/VPresident
6th - 8th candidates:
Secretary
Treasurer
Spirit Committee
NO CANDY OR REWARDS CAN BE DISTRIBUTED during campaign.

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On Friday, April 6th, we dropped off 120+ gallon-sized ziploc bags at the Elgin PADS location. Over 60 bags were filled with personal hygiene items and another 60 bags were filled with various snacks and food items. We also donated 46 gift cards to fast food restaurants and Target - to be dispensed by the center as they see the need.
THANK YOU to our SJE students and families for your generosity.

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<h3>Prayer Service dedicated to 100th Anniversary of Our Lady of Fatima October 2018</h3>
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On Friday, October 13th, Student Council officers and class reps led an all school Prayer Service in KH to honor Mary on the 100th Anniversary of our Lady of Fatima.

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On Tuesday, September 19th, we dressed down and collected $1.00 or more from our students. Once again, SJE generosity is evident, because we raised $700.00. This money will go to our "adopted" Hurricane Harvey school, in Sugarland, TX - St. Theresa's Catholic School. This suburb received over 35 inches of rain in the 5 day period the Hurricane Harvey stayed over the Houston area. 
THANK YOU SJE families for your donations!

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Congratulations!! The election results are in! 

2016-2017 
SJE Student Council OFFICERS: 

Zuzanna Lapa and Kirsten Jose - PRESIDENT/VICE PRESIDENT 
Claire Capra - SECRETARY 
Adrian Mocarski - TREASURER 
COMMISSIONERS OF SCHOOL SPIRIT: 
The Spirit Squad!! Breanne Frost, Sophia Scheider, Kaya Filimon , Rylee Cundiff, Alyssa Martinez 

2016-2017 
SJE Student Council Class REPRESENTATIVES: 

4th Grade Tyler Cabrera and Ariana Krzesinski
5th Grade Genevieve Frost and Kayla Villacastin 
6th Grade Jack Cunniffe and Lenore McBean 
7th Grade Freddie Greco and Kelly Hancock
8th Grade Michael Tripicchio and Jansen Viloria </div>
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Curriculum Night Information:

FOR PARENTS ONLY
Grades 6,7,8 at 6:00-7:00 p.m.
Combined Session: 6:00-6:30 in Kyle Hall
Grade Level Sessions in the Middle School Annex 6:30-7:00

(Grades 1-5 at 7:00 p.m. or 7:30 p.m.)

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We are asked to remind all families to call in by 9:00 a.m. at the latest if your child will be absent. Sending a note to the homeroom teacher is ok also, but you MUST call in. If Mrs. Szpila does not receive a phone call, she will call a parent to verify an absence.
Thanks for understanding.
Mrs. Kruse

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REMEMBER TO BRING YOUR LUNCH the week of August 22-24th, and the week of August 27th.
HOT LUNCH PROGRAM begins on Tuesday, September 4, 2018

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All hardcover books must be covered and kept covered through the school year. It protects and sustains these books, avoiding costly replacement which affects our tuition base.
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PLEASE SIGN UP! (Sorry, I need to update the codes for 2018-2019. I will let you know when they are available. IN THE MEANTIME, AND ANYTIME, FEEL FREE TO EMAIL ME AT dkruse@mystjohns.org) 2017-2018: rmd.at/38f5d If you don’t have a smartphone, get text notifications. Text the message @38f5d to the number 81010. If you’re having trouble with 81010, try texting @38f5d to (630)980-6977 . Join more than 2.5 million teachers on Remind. It's like text messaging, without compromising privacy. Get Instant updates Get important information from your child’s classroom when you need it. Use any device Choose how you see messages with notifications on your phone, email, or computer. See scheduled announcements Reminders are set in advance—they’ll send automatically. ASK QUESTIONS - about homework, behavior, etc.

Scholastic Book Clubs

Welcome back, and welcome to our new 7th Grade families. If you wish to order books online from Scholastic, please use the following link, and you can pay by credit card. Please let me know if you do order online so that I can submit your order with the regular classroom orders. THANKS for you support. https://orders.scholastic.com/GRT68 Mrs. Kruse OUR CLASS CODE IS GRT68

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St. John’s welcomes all those who are seeking a deeper relationship with the Trinity through the Roman Catholic Church.  The Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA) is a spiritual journey leading to the celebration of the three sacraments of initiation – Baptism, Confirmation, and Eucharist. (Once you have celebrated these three sacraments you are considered to be fully initiated into the Church.)

 The early Church developed a process of welcoming to those who wanted to explore and join the new religion called Christianity.  Over time this process fell into disuse.  The Second Vatican Council (1962-1965) renewed the process and today parishes throughout the world prepare people for full initiation into the Church through the RCIA.  This process is for adults who are interested in becoming Catholic and includes non-baptized persons, baptized Catholics who have not celebrated the sacraments of Confirmation and Eucharist, and adults baptized in another faith tradition.  

There are five periods or steps to becoming fully initiated. Each step begins with study, discernment, and prayer and has the celebration of a public rite in church.  Each step and rite is guided by the RCIA Team that is committed to welcoming the catechumens (unbaptized persons) and candidates (persons baptized with water in the name of the Trinity) into full initiation in the Catholic Church.

The Period of Inquiry or Pre-catechumenate is a time to become better acquainted with Jesus and the Catholic Church.  It is usually during this time that some may decide that this is not the right time in their lives for them to consider membership in the Catholic Church and decline to continue in the process.

The Period of the Catechumenate is a time when the person publically witnesses that he/she has faith in Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior and desires to become a member of the Catholic Church.

The Period of Purification or Illumination corresponds to the prayerful time known in the Catholic Church as Lent when we are all called to examine our hearts and our actions.

Celebration of the Sacraments of Initiation is the celebration of Baptism, Confirmation, and Eucharist at the Easter Vigil, an extended night-watch of prayer, singing, and hearing the Word of God.

The Period of Mystagogy is a time to reflect on what the process has meant to the person and to look to the future as to how he/she can share in the mission of Christ and His Church.

If you are interested in seeking more information about this process, please contact Mary Rybicki at 630-847-6500 regarding how to begin your spiritual journey.  The RCIA group meets on Sunday mornings after the 9:00 Mass in the lower level of the church from 10 a.m.-12 p.m.  Sessions for the coming year begin on Sunday, September 10, 2017

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Have you ever felt daunted by the struggles within the Church, or had your faith shaken by the trials of your local parish community?  Then join us for First Corinthians: The Church and the Christian Community, a Bible study written and presented on video by Dr. Tim Gray, a noted Scripture Scholar.

The conflicts of the early Christians in Corinth are in many ways similar to our struggles today as Christians.  They, too, witnessed division, scandal, immorality, persecution and other trials.  In response St. Paul taught the Corinthians about the Church as the Body of Christ, introducing them to the most powerful gift of all:  the Eucharist.

Join us as we explore through the vision of St. Paul and his confused people at Corinth the true meaning of the Eucharist and what it meant to be a follower of Jesus then and what it means now.  We will see that we are not as different from the early Christian communities as we think we are which is why the Church has included this letter in our Sunday readings.  We have heard it many times for it contains not just trials and tribulations, but some of the most beautiful words ever written about human and divine love.

Participants of First Corinthians:  The Church and the Christian Community will receive a workbook and will meet every Tuesday beginning September 16 and ending November 20 from 7-9 P.M. in the school annex.  We will view a video presentation by Dr. Gray and engage in group discussion and fellowship.  A workbook fee of $25 is due at the time of registration.  Registration forms are available on this website, in the gathering area of the church, and the Parish Office located in the lower level of the church.  Please register before Friday, August 31 as workbooks may not be available for the first session if you register after that date.  A schedule of session dates and topics is also available on this website with details regarding parking and entrance into the building, etc.

If you have any questions or concerns and would like to speak with a Bible Team member, please leave your name and phone number with the Parish Office (630.837.6500 X6) or use the Learn More tab provided on this website.  A member of the team will contact you as soon as possible.

If you choose to join us on Tuesdays you will find, as we have, that God speaks to us in many different ways but especially through the written words of Scripture.

So faith, hope, love remain, these three; but the greatest of these is love.    1Cor 13:13

Bible Study Schedule

REGISTRATION FORM FOR BIBLE STUDY 2018

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Adult Choir rehearsals are on Wednesday at 7:30pm in Church. Please go to Music Ministries for more information about this choir or to sign up. We always need MEN and ALTOS.

CRUSH Choir will meet once a month just prior to the 6 p.m. CRUSH Mass as scheduled. Please see our CRUSH page for more details.

We are happy to take names of anyone who would like to sing with the Resurrection Choir.

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