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Our Parish Mission Led by the Spirit,

the Catholic community of Saint Anne strives to live the example of Jesus,

who said, “I came so that you might have life, and have it more abundantly.”

(John 10:10)

Liturgy Schedule Monday-Friday: 8:15 a.m.

Saturday: First Saturday: 8:15 a.m. Reconciliation: Saturdays, 9:15 a.m. until all are heard

Mass of Anticipation: 5:15 p.m. Sunday: 7:15, 9:00, 11:00 a.m., 5:15 p.m.

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Volume 16, No. 7 THE FEAST OF THE BAPTISM OF THE LORD January 12th, 2020

FATHER RODOLFO RAMIREZ

WELCOME TO THE SAINT ANNE CATHOLIC COMMUNITY

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Dear People of Saint Anne,

I would like to take this opportunity to introduce myself—my name is Fr. Rodolfo G. Ramirez—your new associate pastor. I am the sixth of eleven children; I have five brothers and five sisters. I was born in a small farming community in the center of Mexico in the state of Aguascalientes. In case you are wondering where that is, Aguascalientes is located between the states of Zacatecas and Jalisco; the closest most well-known city is Guadalajara.

I was blessed being born into a very religious family; my mother is a very faithful woman from whom I learned my first prayers. I still remember some of them and, very often, I say them when I feel down or miss my family. Growing up, I went to church every Sunday with my parents and my brothers and sisters, something I still like to do when I visit them.

In May 2002, I was ordained to the priesthood by Cardinal Francis George. Since then, I have served in different parishes in the Archdiocese. And now, I am so excited to finally be here among you. Even though I was named your new associate pastor in May 2019, it is now that I begin my ministry here. I want to thank Cardinal Cupich and the Arch-diocesan placement board for their trust and confidence in assigning me here. I also want to thank Fr. Bernie for seeking me out and inviting me to Saint Anne. I have enjoyed working with him in the past, and I have learned a great deal about how to minister and serve the people entrusted to our spiritual care. In coming here, I have great confidence that I will still learn so much from him. I am grateful to call Fr. Bernie, not only a brother priest but also a great friend and mentor. Even though I have not worked with Fr. Joji yet, I have come to know and respect him as a brother priest. I am blessed to have the opportunity to be here

among you and to serve and minister together with both of them.

I have been on sabbatical for the last six months. Being able to take a sabbatical was such a wonderful experience. It has been a great opportunity for a spiritual renewal and time to pray and relax. The policy of the Archdiocese is that in taking a sabbatical, one must divide it into three main parts—spiritual renewal, some ongoing formation/learning experience and some time for rest. As part of my spiritual renewal, I decided to partake in the 30-day retreat (the spiritual exercises of St. Ignatius of Loyola). I was blessed to do that in St. Ignatius’ native place in Northern Spain. After the retreat, I hiked the 500 miles from Camino de Santiago from St. Jean Pied du Port (southern France) to Santiago de Compostela. I hope that now that I’m here together with Fr. Joji, Fr. Bernie may be able to take a well-deserved and long-awaited sabbatical.

For my ongoing formation/learning experience, I spent 7 weeks with the Franciscan community of Mission San Solano in southern Arizona. Their main ministry is serving the Tohono O’odham Nation (the largest Indian reservation in the country). Then, I went to Mexico to be with my family for Christmas, something I have not done in a very long time. In the future, I’ll be sharing more with you about this wonderful and life-changing experience.

I am so looking forward to come to know you and for you to know me. I have heard only good things about this wonderful faith community. I hope and pray that our years together will be marked by a deep friendship and service for the sake of the Gospel.

In the Love of Christ, Fr. Rodolfo G. Ramirez

A MESSAGE FROM FATHER RODOLFO G. RAMIREZ,

ASSOCIATE PASTOR

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Office of the Pastor STEWARDSHIP OF TREASURE REPORT FOR WEEK ENDING JANUARY 5TH, 2020

MASS ATTENDANCE: 1,658 REGULAR OFFERING WEEKLY MONTH TO DATE YEAR TO DATE

Envelopes/Fall Catch-up $18,368.00 $18,368.00 $589,545.00

Loose Cash/Checks $7,602.00 $7,602.00 $141,168.00

Electronic Giving $15,632.00 $15,632.00 $311,918.00

Total Offertory $41,602.00 $41,602.00 $1,042,631.00

Amount Budgeted $40,000.00 $40,000.00 $1,040,000.00

Difference vs. Budget $1,602.00 $1,602.00 $2,631.00

Other Giving

Sharing Parish Collections $1,705.00 $1,705.00 $39,040.00

Archdiocesan Collections $120.00 $120.00 $27,266.00

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PARISH EVENTS Monday, January 13th 9:15 a.m. Women’s Scripture Sharing Group—Parish Center Tuesday, January 14th Wednesday, January 15th Thursday, January 16th 1:00 p.m. Faith in Film—Gathering Space 5:00 p.m. Community Meal—Salem United Methodist Church, Barrington 6:45 p.m. Scouts Information Night—School Cafeteria Friday, January 17th Saturday, January 18th 9:15 a.m. Individual Reconciliation—Chapel (BP) Sunday, January 19th, 2nd Sunday in Ordinary Time

Christmas Collection To Date: $146,327.00 ● Budget: $150,000.00

If you have a question about a notice of payment, a tax receipt for a gift made in 2019, a campaign project or any other matter relating to Legacy of Faith ,

please contact Andrea Wirt, Campaign Coordinator, at 847.382.5300 or [emailprotected].

Thank you for your generosity!

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First Reconciliation 2020

Anne Aprati Kiley Baird

Callahan Barnum Logan Bedoe

Giada Bianchi William Binder

Stella Brady Thomas Bregenzer

Peter Brejnak

Sarah Brejnak Ellery Brown

Dylan Calonje Edward Caron

Frida Carvajal Addison Carver Thomas Chepell Nicole Cielocha

Carl Colletti Camryn Colosi Kylie Counts

Camden Covelli William Cronin William Crouch Giavanna Curro

Scarlett Czerw Colette Deignan Nicolas DiGioia

Gabriella DiMucci Scarlett Diol

Avery Douglas Kelsey Doyle Alessia Emery Giulia Fasolo

Giuliana Fernandes Valentina Fernandes

Jordyn Fertig

John Fleming Mallory Frey

Charlotte Galley Ella Garber

Sophia Gelvan Naishadha Gopu Cecilia Haradon

Angelina Hoffmann

Tessa Hudson Anna Janitz

Claire Jankowski

Rylan Jaynes Sonia Jedrzejowski

Zoey Jurczyk Mia Kelly

Jake Kilbane Kyleigh Klappenbach

Mac Klauer

Maximilian Kosycarz Stella Krucek

Sebastian Kujawski Kayla Leung

Hailey Lockefeer Carter Loughrin

Emina Lutsi Mason Lutsi

Keegan Malinowski

Annabel Mall William Manczak

Maxwell Manz Claire McDowell

Katelyn McGivern John McGuire Tyler Mickey

Maxx Modugno

Gianna Morrison Marina Musolf Sofia OʹHern

Lina Orsi Adriana Pacella

Bella Parilla Sophia Pawlik

Elizabeth Personette James Powers

Graham Radford

Austin Rosenburg Max Ruffolo

Tallon Sanfilippo Bennett Schmidt

Russell Scurto Brooke Skonie

Karina Soukup Parker Soukup Matthew Spiek

Liam Strauch Ciaran Thomasson

Aiden Thorsen Allegra Toole

Landon Toole Violet Toole Elise Trandel

Katelyn Van Dyke

Henry Vlaming Thomas Vondra Nicholas Walsh

Aubrey Wieting William Wieting

Tyler Wiggenhorn Lillian Williams

David Wolfe Joseph Yagow

Meghan Zaehler

SPECIAL BLESSINGS ON OUR CHILDREN WHO ARE CELEBRATING THEIR FIRST RECONCILIATION

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Faith Formation & Education

KAIROS 2020—FEBRUARY 27TH-MARCH 1ST KAIROS Retreats are designed to provide an atmosphere and environment for adolescents that are conducive to the kind of reflection and self-examination that can result in movement toward a deeper relationship with Christ. Kairos is a 3 1/2 day retreat for high school juniors and seniors that explores relationships within the lives of adolescents. Participants are invited to actually experience God in a real and tangible way through a series of well-orchestrated talks that expose the retreatants to the fullness of the Christian life. The goal is to help retreatants learn ways to establish a strong “friendship” with God and to integrate that into their day-to-day life.

All registration forms AND payment must be received by Monday, February 3rd No refunds can be made after Thursday, February 6th ● NO EXCEPTIONS

Registration is on a first-come basis (complete registrations). If registration goes beyond capacity, priority will be given to Saint Anne parishioners. Online registration, parent permission form, teen participant agreement form and payment of $350.00 must be received in order for registration to be complete. Checks can be made payable to Saint Anne Youth Ministry. All forms are completed online and checks can be mailed to Youth Ministry, 120 North Ela Street, 60010. For more information, contact Michael Hugo at [emailprotected] or Doreen Sobeski at 847.620.3072 or [emailprotected].

PATHS LARGE GROUP PRESENTATION 23 Years in Prison For a Crime He Didn’t Commit

JACQUES RIVERA

Sunday, January 12th

6:30-7:45 p.m. Parish Center Gym

On Sunday, January 12th, Paths will host Jacques Rivera as its keynote speaker for our first and second year students and parents. Mr. Rivera spent 23 years in prison for a crime he did not commit. He was released from prison due to the work of a lawyer at Northwestern University’s Center for Wrongful Convictions on October 4th, 2011. In the course of his incarceration, Mr. Rivera experienced a profound religious conversion that offered him hope in a place where hope simply doesn’t have much room—a maximum security prison.

Our presentation has much relevance for our Confirmation candidates who are seeking to follow Jesus, another man who was falsely imprisoned but who was never released from prison. He was executed on a cross by the Romans. In Jesus’ trial, as in Jacques’, witnesses came forward to lie about the actions of Jesus that eventually brought about his imprisonment and death. Yet, in both of these men’s lives, redemption and forgiveness were thematic. In the end, love prevailed.

* All parishioners are welcome to attend

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ONE START TIME, ONE CAMPUS, ONE SOLUTION

Faith Formation and Education SAINT ANNE PARISH SCHOOL NEWS

ATTENTION ALL 4 YEAR OLD PRE-K STUDENTS!! Are you interested in attending Kindergarten at Saint Anne Parish School?

We offer both full day and half day Kindergarten. We would love to have you visit for the day!

This event is open to current Saint Anne Pre-K students, and the public. Thursday, January 30th • 8:15-9:30 a.m.

Pre-K students will spend the morning in a Kindergarten classroom. Parents should bring children to the kindergarten wing, then head to the

PRIMARY STREAM LAB to meet a kindergarten teacher and the school principal and view a presentation on our kindergarten program.

We look forward to seeing you there!! R.S.V.P. to [emailprotected].

HELP GIVE THE GIFT OF A CATHOLIC EDUCATION

TO A STUDENT IN NEED!

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Human Concerns

FAITH IN ACTION It is with heartfelt gratitude that we express our sincere thanks to Judy Almdale for her participation in the Ministry of Care. For the past 18 years, every Sunday morning, Judy led a Communion Service for the residents of the Prairie View Building at The Garlands of Barrington. Last Sunday, Judy stepped down from this role.

As a trained Minister of Care by the Archdiocese of Chicago, Judy brought the valuable gift of the true presence of Christ in the consecrated Eucharist to

residents who are unable to attend Mass. These residents would have been separated from Communion and our community. During this time, many of the residents formed a long-term relationship with Judy and this led to a deeper prayer life. In her Communion services, Judy followed the outline of the Mass with a penitential rite, Sunday gospel and short reflection, followed by the Our Father and Rite of Communion. We are inspired by Judy’s faithful devotion to the Eucharist and for providing “church time” to residents whose love for God has no bounds. Judy is a fantastic ambassador for our parish and a great example of Faith in Action. Many thanks to Judy for her service!

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Start the new year off with savings!

Take 50% OFF all GREEN TAG and select PURPLE TAG merchandise

throughout the store!

Volunteer with us in 2020, and see the impact you can make! All proceeds help families in crisis in our community.

We offer flexible schedules, and teens can earn service hours, too. Call our assistant manager Sharon at 847.550.2000 for details.

Join us for screenings of documentaries and dramas that focus on individuals, current events and the Catholic faith.

Thursday afternoons during January • Gathering Space—All are welcome! Refreshments: 1:00 p.m. • Movie: 1:15 p.m.

Thursday, January 16th • Sully The story of Chesley Sullenberger, pilot of the US Airways Flight 1549, who became a hero after gliding his plane along the water in the Hudson River, saving all of his 155 passengers.

Human Concerns

RECYCLE OLD/OBSOLETE CELL PHONES DURING JANUARY To help the Elgin Community Crisis Center convert old phones into cash and offset costs in their shelter, which houses victims of domestic violence from surrounding communities, and keep cell phones out of landfills where they pose an environmental threat, Faithjustice has set up baskets in the Gathering Space to recycle phones with batteries. Do not include accessories or adaptors and, if able, delete all phone numbers. The phones will be turned over to Shelter Alliance to refurbish, resell or recycle. All proceeds from this effort benefit the Elgin Community Crisis Center. The more current the phone, the better! Old cell phones are disassembled and parts are salvaged using eco-friendly methods.

Shelter Alliance (SA) is a program of GRC Wireless Recycling, www.grcrecycling.com, a private sector company dedicated exclusively to socially responsible cell phone recycling. With over 2,000 active participants in 50 states, Canada and Puerto Rico, Shelter Alliance is the largest cell phone recycling program in the U.S. Shelter Alliance participants have earned over $4,000,000.00 since 2001. Shelter Alliance was established to offer local community organizations a viable, profitable fundraising option. Years later, they still hold true to their founding principles: accountability, individualized attention to each participant and responsiveness. Thank you, in advance, for donations to this cause.

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Human Concerns

SAINT ANNE SHARING TREE …for your generosity! …for making Christmas special for those in need!

A big thank you to all who contributed to the 2019 Sharing Tree! Through your donations, we were able to provide necessities and gifts to three organizations with many needs.

• St. Frances of Rome (our Sharing Parish) • St. Columbanus Food Pantry • St. Martin de Porres Womenʹs Shelter

This year, there were 1,300 ornaments on the tree that were returned by parishioners with a generous amount of gifts and gift cards! This was combined with our School families, who provided gifts for 20 families that accumulated to presents for over 50 children!

Thank you to Anne Guarnieri and Laura Luby and their families, and thanks also to Tom Owens for helping with the collection once again.

During a time of year when many do not have the means for basic necessities, and the luxury of gifts under a tree is incomprehensible, your generosity and selflessness were able to bring holiday blessings to so many. We cannot thank you enough for your commitment! Saint Anne is truly blessed to have such a thoughtful, giving and caring parish community. Sincerely, Lisa Koehler and Danell OʹNeill (coordinators)

DONATIONS TO ST. FRANCES OF ROME INCLUDED: 20 families had children’s Christmas wishes filled

Generous contributions to tuition assistance for St. Frances students in need School backpacks filled with supplies, books, hats and mittens and playground equipment

DONATIONS TO ST. COLUMBANUS FOOD PANTRY INCLUDED: Fleece jackets, clothing, winter boots, hats and mittens, fleece blankets and diapers

DONATIONS TO ST. MARTIN DE PORRES WOMEN’S SHELTER INCLUDED: Kid’s and women’s clothing, bath items, robes, fleece blankets, fleece jackets, toys and diapers

Thank you to new Sharing Board members Lisa Koehler and Danell O’Neill and their families for coordinating the Sharing Tree this year. You made a difference for those less fortunate. THANK YOU!

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Saturday, February 8th • 6:30 p.m. • Parish Center Gym • ADULTS ONLY HERE’S HOW IT WORKS:

Gather a team of 10 people (the more brains, the better your chances of winning!) and choose a theme for your table and/or attire—creativity counts (for example: sports, movies, favorite decade)!

Submit reservations by (1) registering a full table on-line at https://stannebarrington.org/product/7th-annual-team-trivia-night/using a credit card or (2) sending a check (made payable to the Saint Anne Catholic Community) to the Parish Office with the names of everyone at your table . • For a “REGULAR” table, $350.00 total ($35.00/person for a table of 10) • For a “PREMIUM” table with a side table for food/drinks, $450.00 total ($45.00/person for a table of 10) Please note: All tables are provided by Saint Anne

On Saturday, February 8th, bring table decorations, food and beverages (alcoholic beverages are permitted). Tables, chairs, soda and water will be provided. You may enter no earlier than 4:30 p.m.

The night includes several rounds of team trivia competition, decorations and costume competitions, a mini-live auction and a cash raffle.

Prizes will be awarded to the tables with the Winning Trivia Team, Best Costumes and Best Decorations.

The Parish Office will accept reservations on a first come, first serve basis. Space is limited, so act quickly!

For reservation information, please contact Amy Kane at [emailprotected] or 847.620.3052. For other questions, please contact Trivia Night Co-Chairs

Tracy Garcia at [emailprotected] or Andrea Wirt at [emailprotected].

Community Life

SCOUT INTRODUCTION NIGHT Saint Anne Troop 29 welcomes all students, boys and girls, grades 6th-12th, to attend our Introductory Night on Thursday, January 16th, from 6:45-8:00 p.m., in the school cafeteria. We will review our campouts, adventures and outdoor skills and include some fun and games. If you would like to attend or are interested but cannot make the meeting, please contact Jeff Teal at [emailprotected]. Troop 29 scouts will also be available on Scout Sunday, February 2nd, after 9:00 a.m. Mass.

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SUNDAY HOSPITALITY The Saint Anne Women’s Club is pleased to continue coordinating Sunday hospitality. On Sunday, January 12th, volunteers from Hope Ministries will host hospitality in the Gathering Space after the 9:00 and 11:00 a.m. Masses. Hope Ministries is an outreach of the Saint Anne Catholic Community that provides emergency assistance to those individuals and families in our area facing crisis, regardless of faith. Through timely intervention, our ministry seeks to restore hope, providing a catalyst for change and return to self-sufficiency.

MINISTRY HOSTING SCHEDULE Sunday, January 19th • Young Marrieds

Sunday, January 26th • Catholic Schools Week—No hospitality

Community Life

WOMEN’S CLUB JANUARY EVENT If you enjoy spending time with our senior community members and engaging with them with several fun activities, please join us!

Thursday, January 23rd Greencastle of Barrington, 445 E. Main Street

12:30 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. Meet and Greet, Group Sing and Bingo

Contact Karen Heck at [emailprotected] to participate. BINGO PRIZES NEEDED: To donate small or personal care items for bingo prizes, please contact Karen. Monetary donations in any amount would also be appreciated.

Poker Group Tuesday, January 14th, 9:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m., Parish Center, Lower Level Age Reversing Tuesday, January 14th, 9:15 a.m. - 10:15 a.m., Church, Hospitality Room Workout Woodcarving Wednesday, January 15th, 9:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m., Parish Center, Lower Level Kennedy Watercolor Thursday, January 16th, 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m., Parish Center, Upper Level Workshop

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By Clem Aseron Sharing the Living Story

It is appropriate that we end the season consisting of Christmas, Holy Family, Mary, Mother of God and The Epiphany with the celebration of The Baptism of the Lord. The Lectionary closes that season of Christmas (the birth, infancy and youth) by recalling the baptism of Jesus which also signals the start of his public ministry. Over the next six Sundays of winter Ordinary Time, except for next Sunday, we will read from Matthew’s stories about Jesus’ proclamation of the kingdom until Ash Wednesday, on February 26th. Recall that since Advent, we have been delving into Matthew’s gospel. From here on, the Lectionary beckons us to examine the ways of discipleship.

In the first of four Servant Songs, the author(s) of the Book of Isaiah speak(s) of Israel as the servant whom God has chosen, in whom God delights, upon whom God has sent God’s spirit to bring justice to the nations (42:1). Note that Isaiah is very clear: speaking with the voice of a prophet, he says to The Chosen (the Israelites) that Israel is to be light for the nations (v.6, note the plural of the word nation), that is, to be light for those outside itself – in other words, to the Gentiles, to the pagans. At vv.2-4, it is with gentleness, patience, much solicitude, but with firmness, God’s servant will teach and bring forth justice on the earth , that is, for all its inhabitants! (From a much later vantage point, the Christian community, looking backward, identified this servant as The Christ.) At vv. 6 and 7, God reminds the servant, in precise terms, that he is to liberate all peoples from all inequities. The metaphor in v. 7, to open the eyes o f the blind , to

bring out those who live in darkness, means to be in God’s light, to be in God’s justice, to have no disparity; it is to have right relationship; it is to be righteous; it is to be in covenant; it is to be healed; it is to have shalom—God’s abundant, abiding peace (today’s psalm refrain). Who? All peoples.

The second reading is also from Luke; recall that in his gospel, Luke sounds the unmistakable theme that salvation is for all humankind. He does no less in his second book, the Acts of the Apostles, where he continues this emphasis in his stories about the early post-resurrection communities. The story this Sunday (maybe read all of chapter 10, it’s short) describes Peter’s astonishing entry into the house of a pagan—by which act culture says Peter would be made unclean—to declare to the assembled gentiles that he now understands that salvation is also for them! (vv.34, 35) The good news is: The Christ comes to preach shalom—deep, abiding peace—not only to the Israelites, but to all, for he is Lord of all (v.36); God anointed Jesus with the Holy Spirit and with power and he went about doing good and healing all (shades of Isaiah!). The end of the chapter clinches it: after witnessing the pouring out of the Spirit on the gentiles, Peter goes on to baptize not only Cornelius, but all his gentile household and guests (vv.44-48) to the utter astonishment of the circum-cised believers (v.45).

Recall the passages from Matthew used in the lectionary for the Christmas season. Joseph had intended to quietly divorce his betrothed, Mary, when God urged him to claim Jesus as his own son, thereby bestowing legitimacy on Jesus. Last week,

(A) Lectionary texts: http://www.usccb.org/bible/readings/011220.cfm (B) Bible texts (has verse #): http://www.usccb.org/bible/books-of-the-bible/index.cfm

THE BAPTISM OF THE LORD IN THE LITURGICAL YEAR 2020 (21A) (LAST SUNDAY OF THE SEASON OF CHRIST)

First Reading: Isaiah 42:1-4, 6-7 Responsorial Psalm 29:1-2, 3-4, 9-10. Rx= The Lord will b le ss h is peop le with peace . Second Reading: Acts of the Apostles 10:34-38 Gospel: Matthew 3:13-17

Please refer to (A) and (B) above when I cite below verses from the Lectionary or the Bible.

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Sharing the Living Story

we heard that no sooner had people (The Chosen) learned his name, Emmanuel, (God with us) than he is shown being paid homage by the magi, pagan people from beyond the regions of Israel (no local shepherds in Matthew!).

Whether the original reader is a Jewish Christian or a Gentile Christian, Matthewʹs gospel and Luke’s Acts of the Apostles reminds the in-group (The Chosen) that they cannot be exclusive and assures the out-group (the gentiles) that they are included.

Once again, the cultural background of first century Palestine opens vistas for our understanding. Recall Joseph’s actions at Mt. 1:19-24: public acknowledgment of fatherhood is the best legiti-mation for a child to have as it assures it a position in the social order, making it possible for the child to move in an acceptable manner within that order. But beyond Joseph, the Mediterranean sensibility is astounded by an ultimate ascribed honor given to Jesus because it is God who is overheard making the claim, this is my beloved Son, with whom I am well pleased; what better patron than God can one have? Those who hear this astounding claim are those who came to be baptized by John: Jerusalem, [in fact] all Judea, [the old Southern Kingdom] the whole region around the Jordan [the Jordan extends

northward up to the Sea of Galilee, encompassing the old Northern Kingdom] (v.5).

Recall that in this culture, all claim to honor is immediately challenged to see if that status can be diminished by shaming. In the beginning of the very next chapter (4), Jesus passes this test by besting The Adversary, thereby increasing his honor. Thus begins Jesus’ ministry in Galilee: he is legitimated in the culture by Joseph; he is ascribed highest honor by God; he comes to bring abiding peace to all peoples; and he invites us to join him as disciples. As we shall see in the gospel pericopes until Lent, the Lectionary will focus on Matthew’s perspective about what the criteria are for those who wish to answer the call of the Baptist: Repent for the kingdom of heaven is at hand.

In sum, what is noteworthy in all these scriptures: (1) The inclusion of all people.

(2) Last week, we celebrated the Epiphany, the manifestation of the Lord; today there is a something of that at the end of the Matthew pericope: This is my beloved Son, with whom I am well pleased.

SO WHAT? Recall for a moment what you remember of your own baptism ... (Those who came to the community as adults will have an easier time.)

We often hear baptism described as initiation into the community of Christ. Can we recount a story of when we felt that we had entered such a community?

Reflect on how we find ourselves acting year after year of being among this community.

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COMMUNITY OFFERINGS/NEEDS Note: Saint Anne prints the offerings/needs as a service to its

parishioners and does not endorse or accept responsibility for them.

ACT & Chem/bio HS tutor. [emailprotected], 847.309.9594. Wanted. Studio/1 bdrm. to rent in downtown Barrington area. 847.259.2923. ‘Go to’ person available for errands, sitting… Call Julie at 847.226.1951. Caregiver/driver/companion available. FT/PT. Call Bruno at 847.224.5345. Experienced house/pet sitter available. Call Mary at 312.218.4251. For help with house cleaning, chores, shopping …, call Bonnie, 847.304.1212. Private home senior care available. Contact Drzalowska Kinga, 224.282.6021. Caregiver/housekeeper available. T and F, 7:00 a.m.-7:00 p.m. 312.783.2266. Licensed Professional Counselor available. Visit NextStepToWellness.com. Landscaper available. Call David Lopez, 815.650.0813.

Free breastfeeding support. 630.220.0765 or [emailprotected].

Caregiver needed. Algonquin, FT or live-in. Call Dina at 773.561.3937.

Caregiver. 24 hr./live-in, 17 years experience. Call Sofia, 708.655.1479.

Diabetic alert dog needed. Email [emailprotected].

College counselor. Contact Michael at [emailprotected].

Family/personal asst./household manager available. Sophie, 312.343.4322.

For nannies, babysitters, housekeepers. Call Elizabeth at 847.824.4900.

Housekeeping and occasional babysitting. Call Maria at 847.973.6251.

Home caregiver available for older adults. Call Debbie at 847.254.3454.

House/pet sitting, domestic services, extended stay. Joanne, 847.476.1855. Experienced, dedicated caregiver available. Call Julia, 219.308.5399. Painting, carpentry, odd jobs. Call Arturo at 224.730.1312. Sitter available. Call Aneta, 630.550.7805. Referral, Anna, 847.361.0655. Infant care in your home. 40 years experience. Call Ellen at 847.629.5220. Professional furniture moving. Call Anthony at 224.622.0297. Sitter available to clean/care for adults. Call Irma at 847.382.4762. Math tutor, 6th-12th grade. Margaret, [emailprotected], 312.545.9297. Handyman available. $15.00/hr. Call Rosolio at 847.382.4762. Reading/writing specialist/tutor. [emailprotected], 847.302.6143.

Ensuring PEACE ~ Ending Domestic Violence

6 WARNING SIGNS INDICATING AN ABUSIVE AND/OR UNHEALTHY RELATIONSHIP:

SEXIST ATTITUDE: Does your partner insist that “women should know their place?” INSULTS: Does your partner put you down for your opinions or laugh at what you believe in? Does he/she make you feel stupid, ignorant or incompetent? PSYCHOLOGICAL ABUSE: Does your partner make comments such as, “You’re no good?” Does he/she make you feel unable to do anything right or that you can’t get along in the world without his/her help? RIDICULE: Does your partner make fun of you alone or in other people’s presence? BLAMING OTHERS: Does your partner blame others for what he/she does or what happens to him/her? EXCESSIVELY CRITICAL OF YOU OR YOUR FAMILY: Does your partner say negative things about you or your family?

If you answered YES to one or more of these questions, you may be a victim of domestic violence.

▪ In an emergency, dial 911 ▪ Visit National Domestic Violence Hotline, www.ndvh.org, or call 24 Hour Hotline, 800.799.7233, for counseling assistance.

In Illinois, call 877.863.6338 ▪ Visit WINGS Program Inc., www.wingsprogram.org or call 24 hour Hotline, 847.221.5680. ▪ Visit Chicago Metropolitan Battered Women’s Network,

www.batteredwomensnetwork.org

Saint Anne will assist through referral and by offering spiritual, emotional and practical support, as possible.

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LITURGICAL MINISTER SCHEDULE - JANUARY 18TH-19TH

Time Presider Mass Coordinators and Eucharistic Ministers Lectors Altar Servers

5:15 p.m. M. Bondi, B. Bondi E. Accordino, Dick Brown, C. Cramer (sub req.), W. Fischer (sub req.), S. Frascogna, D. Hays (sub req.), R. Kane, A. Nisbet (sub req.), H. Pino, NOT FILLED (2)

S. Doody W. Schell K. Amatangelo

M. Carroll A. Cesarone (sub req.) M. Gryzlo

7:15 a.m. M. Bartels D. DiVita, C. Eisenbarth, Leah Eisenbarth, J. Metzl, J. Nelson, A. Wrzos

N. Deignan T. Ciganek Mark Roeckell

Logan Eisenbarth N. Gupta S. Fuller (sub req.)

9:00 a.m.

M. Jacobs, M. Stevens C. Aseron, N. Barrett, R. Carponelli, L. Galazka, C. Galizia (sub req.), V. Giamalva, C. Halverson, M. Kantarski, L. Koehler, M. Kurowski, M. Lesniak, H. Madden, K. Murphy, K. Phillips, L. Spiek, K. Tabak, M. Tracy, E. Trandel CLOTW

T. Serpento A. Florian

D. Koehler M. Brauch V. Akpata

11:00 a.m. B. Bishop, S. Bishop S. Beattie, R. Covelli, C. Crompton, C. Fleming, R. Kemp, D. Kemp, K. Levecke, A. Roeder, J. Schramm, NOT FILLED (5), K. Darch CLOTW

K. Amatangelo E. Diaz-Jimenez A. Sanfilippo

A. Aquino (sub req.) K. Bessonny C. Curin

5:15 p.m. L. Wolf, G. Wolf S. Boutilier, P. Carpenter, F. Cotter, G. Dolezal, C. Ennessy, J. Jezierski, C. Lovett, M. McKenna, A. Mitoraj (sub req.), S. Raseman (sub req.), NOT FILLED

C. Laning (sub req.) M. Moffitt (sub req.) C. Laning (sub req.)

I. McKenna K. Regas J. Rebbeck

Fr. Rodolfo Ramirez

Fr. Rodolfo Ramirez

Fr. Bernie Pietrzak

Fr. Bernie Pietrzak

Fr. Rodolfo Ramirez

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Nancy Adams Anthony Ament Lee Armata Doug Aseron David Banasiak Diane Barrett Catherine Barry Laura Beck Claudette Bensen Mary and Erwin Betz Joe Bosowski Chris Bouttilier Chuck Brennemann Bill Brackett Philip Cano Louis Cantor Doris Carey, Kyle Carey Sally Connolly Jay Cooper David Cox Susan Cross James Cullen Carol Curry Jane Czyzewski Faye Dargan James DeSpain Marge Diedrich Margaret Dilullo Roxanne Doherty Lauretta Dolan Caroline Dwyer Shelley Edgerton James Enright Ken Farnese Diane Ferriere Anna Fisher Amy Florian Joan Flynn Thad Fogarty Nick Fosteras, Damian Fosteras Joe Freda Max Gagen Catherine Gavino Sylvia Gonzales Jess Hamill William Hartmann Grace Henson Jim Hughes Dan Hund Amelia Marie Hunter Ann Hunter Davis Hunter Janet Jacobs Janice Jakack Karen Jezierski Michelle Karl Megan Keefe Betsy Kelly Robert Kensler Maddie Mae Kersting Brandon Koblens, Jane Koblens Kirk Koblens Caroline Kolder Brian Krull Jim and Irene LaCesa Martha Ann Larson Joanne Lentz John Lenz

Rosemarie Lenz Marilyn Lepeska Bernadette LoBianco Craig Loew Therese Lombardo Corryn Lohmeyer Edwin Ludtke Jackson Marhorst John Matlachowski Greg Matz Helen McCann Kim McCoy Mary McLaughlin Kyle Meyers Sean Miller, Virginia Miller Rich Miseyka Scarlett Moran Rita Mormando Sharon Murray Lori Nelson Mary Lou O’Brien Andrew O’Connell Luna Okada Jim Oliff Sr. Therese O’Sullivan David Papucci, Norm Papucci Rebecca Pareja Roopal Patel Dennis Peters, Joan Peters John Peterson Marlene Pfeifer Dick Plenge Diane Posdal Alexander Proebstle Dan Quinn Mary Reinhart Peter Reyther Valerie Rodelli Bob Ross, Jim Ross Margaret Ryan Eric Sanders Herman Schamberger Rick Schaschwary Michelle Schmitt Diane Schroeder Jim Seveska John Mark Shaw Robert Smith Kelsey Sobchyk Florence Stachowiak Alice Stedronsky Bruce Stopka Rich Suda Janet Sullivan Keane Sullivan Patricia Sullivan Marita Szyszka Urban Thobe Will Tobias Thomas Towne Sophia Trujillo Jack Vaughn Walter Weismantel Bill Werdick Annette Weres Tom Whalen Laura Wortman Gary and Anne Yarwood

REMEMBER OUR SICK IN PRAYER

Our Weekly Intentions MASS INTENTIONS

Monday, January 13th, 1 Samuel 1:1-8; Mark 1:14-20 8:15 a.m. (RR) People of Saint Anne

Tuesday, January 14th, 1 Sm 1:9-20; 1 Sm 2:1, 4-8abcd; Mk 1:21-28 8:15 a.m. (BP) People of Saint Anne Wednesday, January 15th, 1 Samuel 3:1-10, 19-20; Mark 1:29-39 8:15 a.m. (MS) † Raymond Wilkins—Patty Winston

Thursday, January 16th, 1 Samuel 4:1-11; Mark 1:40-45 8:15 a.m. (RR) People of Saint Anne Friday, January 17th, 1 Samuel 8:4-7, 10-22a; Mark 2:1-12 8:15 a.m. (BP) † Lydia Jacoby—The Lopez Family † Virginia Zwolinski—The Zwolinski Family Saturday, January 18th, Isaiah 49:3, 5-6; 1 Cor 1:1-3; John 1:29-34 5:15 p.m. (RR) † John T. Hanson—Bob Hanson

Sunday, January 19th, Isaiah 49:3, 5-6; 1 Cor 1:1-3; John 1:29-34 7:15 a.m. (RR) People of Saint Anne † Jack Spohnholtz—The Francescatti Family

9:00 a.m. (BP) † Shirley Seitz—Saint Anne Class of 1953 † Delores Millay—Saint Anne Class of 1953 11:00 a.m. (BP) † Tommy DiCerbo—Carmen Camarena † Sandra DiCecca—Philip DiCecca † Joseph C. Coco—Elaine Misak, Janette and Timothy Olexa † Tadeusz Alberski, Jozef Malczynski—Bonnie & Jacek Malczynski 5:15 p.m. (CB) † Timothy Keough—Bernie Fusco

RECENT BAPTISMS Lux Orbe Soto (Klaudia and Ralph)

OUR BELOVED DEAD

Frederick J. Daeschler, brother of John and uncle of Janet Nicols;

Liborio (Libby) Ferracane, husband of Evelyn; Genevieve Grod,

mother of Hillary Bellert; Jeanne Homuth,

mother of Pat Evasink and sister of Sue Sibley; Alice R. Kruk,

wife of Edwin and mother of Robert; Leslie Stermetz,

friend of Janet Morse

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Saint Anne Catholic Community 120 North Ela Street, Barrington, Illinois 60010 847.382.5300 ▪ 847.382.5363 (fax) ▪ www.stannebarrington.org

Parish Office 847.382.5300 847.382.5363 (fax) Monday - Friday: 9:00 A.M.—5:00 P.M. Fridays during summer: 9:00 A.M.—12:00 P.M. Saturday/Sunday: 9:00 A.M.—1:00 P.M.

Saint Anne Parish Staff: Pastor Fr. Bernie Pietrzak [emailprotected] Assistant to the Pastor Eryka Accordino 847.620.3055 [emailprotected] Pastor Emeritus Fr. Jack Dewes Associate Pastors Fr. Joji Thanugundla 847.620.3060 [emailprotected] Fr. Rodolfo Ramirez [emailprotected] Deacon Couples Bob and Sue Powers Tom and Diane Westerkamp [emailprotected] Sr. Lauretta Leipzig 847.381.5452 [emailprotected] Director, Liturgy and Music Rory Cooney 847.620.3064 [emailprotected] Associate Director, Liturgy and Music Georgene Farman 847.620.3066 [emailprotected] Director, Care Ministries Mary Ellen Johnston 847.620.3070

[emailprotected] Director, Hope Ministries Sue Olafson 847.381.1159 [emailprotected] Diane Barrett 847.381.5721 Project Hope Office Manager Business and Operations Manager Margaret Buckstaff 847.620.3054 [emailprotected] Office Manager Cathy Faust 847.382.5300 [emailprotected] Assistant to Business Manager Carol Helmers 847.620.3051 [emailprotected] Marketing and Communications Coordinator Amy Kane 847.620.3052 [emailprotected] Maintenance Supervisor Sarge Youkhanna 847.620.3078 School Maintenance Dave Rozycki 847.620.3007 Clarion Bulletin Editor Kerry Miller Kerry Miller 630.278.8807 [emailprotected]

Faith Formation and Education Director, Lifelong Faith Formation Mary Jane Kurowski 847.620.3071 [emailprotected] Faith Formation Coordinator Breda Barry King 847.620.3067 [emailprotected] Implementation Coordinator Carla Czyzewski 847.620.3069 [emailprotected] Administrative Assistant Marianne Bondi 847.620.3068 [emailprotected] Director, Youth and Young Adult Ministry Michael Hugo 847.620.3073 [emailprotected] Administrative Assistant Doreen Sobeski 847.620.3072 [emailprotected]

Saint Anne Parish School 319 E. Franklin Street, 847.381.0311 Principal Dawn Kapka [emailprotected] Assistant Principal Lisa Torrence [emailprotected] Director, Admissions/Marketing— Community Relations Brittney Lazarz [emailprotected]

Sharing Parish Saint Frances of Rome, Cicero, 60804 Fr. Paul Stein, Pastor 708.652.2140

Parish Council of Ministries Christine Jodoin, Chairperson Tracy Garcia, Community Life Commission Amy Kane, Community Life Commission Andrea Wirt, Community Life Commission Jerry Rodosky, Deanery Representative Eryka Accordino, Faith Formation & Education Liz Cocoma, Faith Formation & Education Ron Covelli, Human Concerns Commission Anne Rometty, Human Concerns Commission Bill Graff, Office o f the Pastor Jim Young, Office of the Pastor Tom Owens, Worship Commission Lois Wollney, Worship Commission

Finance Council David Wirt, Chairperson Ron Cobb Tony Federighi Sarah Gainer JP Hills Andrew Kelleher, Jr. Lisa Koehler Nathan Perry

School Advisory Board Fr. Bernie Pietrzak, Pastor Dawn Kapka, Principal Jim Reilly, Chairperson Eryka Accordino Lia Douglas Hayde Federighi Cathy Gavino Kim Majerus-Skonie Brook Radford

Sacraments We believe that the celebration of the sacraments ranks among the most important gifts that we have. We look forward to sharing these celebrations with those who, in some way, are part of our community. Therefore, please note the following: Visitation of the Sick: If you or a family member are in a local hospital or are homebound and would like a visit from a minister of care or a priest, call Mary Ellen Johnston at 847.382.2148.

Baptism: Our Baptism ministry is pleased to help your family prepare for the special event of your child’s entrance into our faith community.

• Two Baptism sessions are required for parents baptizing their 1st child

• Parents who have had a Baptism at another Catholic Church and are now wanting to baptize a child at Saint Anne will be asked to speak to a staff member before scheduling Baptism

• Parents who have already attended Baptism preparation at Saint Anne will be asked to speak to a staff member before scheduling Baptism

Information for setting a Baptism date will be given at the meeting or at the time of the interview. Call the Parish Office at 847.382.5300.

Marriage: To be married at Saint Anne, the preparation process should begin 7 months to one year prior to the wedding date. Please call the Parish Office to secure a date as soon as possible. Membership at Saint Anne is not a requirement. We look forward to helping you during this time of preparation for the vocation of Christian marriage.

First Eucharist and First Reconciliation: These sacraments are typically celebrated in second grade. Candidates must be registered parishioners and complete the two-year preparation program. For more information, call the Faith Formation and Education office at 847.620.3067.

Confirmation: This sacrament is celebrated in high school. Candidates must be registered parishioners and complete the two-year preparation program. For more information, call the PATHS office at 847.620.3072.

Reconciliation: Saturdays, 9:15 a.m. until all are heard or by appointment.

Adult Christian Initiation: If you are looking for a place to belong or a church community to share questions and beliefs, perhaps you would like to find out more about what it means to be a Catholic Christian. Saint Anne would be delighted and honored to share the gift of faith and fellowship with you. Call the Parish Office at 847.382.5300 for information regarding the RCIA (Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults). Registration: To enter into our faith community, please attend an information/registration session at 9:45 a.m. in the Hospitality Room, followed by the 11:00 a.m. Mass on the 1st Sunday of the month, except on holiday weekends when there are no sessions. For further information, call the Parish Office at 847.382.5300.

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