Help the People of Ukraine

Listed below is a letter posted by St. Joseph parish in Bradley in regards of helping the people in Ukraine. We are sharing this letter for anyone wanting to do something to help. ??

This is a Breaking News at our Parish! St. Joseph in Bradley is teaming with St. Rose Parish in Wilmington, St. Patrick Parish in Wilton Center and St. Andrew Parish in Romeoville to assist the Church of St. Lawrence in Ukraine. This is an awesome opportunity to send prayers, support and provisions to people in the region of Zhovkva, which is located about 20 miles from the Ukrainian-Polish border.
Fr. Wojciech Borzyszkowski, a polish priest serving at St. Lawrence Church, has reached out to Fr. Marcin and the other pastors, explaining the plight of the people. The Dominican Sisters of the parish are working tirelessly to provide meals and items to refugees fleeing from the war. They are in desperate need of more items, however, as the number of travelers keeps growing and growing and supplies are becoming limited. Please help with this effort.
Items requested:
-Imperishable foods, such as pasta, rice, barley, cereal, canned meat (tuna, spam or chicken)
-baby formula, diapers and wipes
-flashlights and batteries
-blankets and sleeping bags
-over-the-counter pain relievers and anti-inflammatory, cold and flu medicines
-first aid supplies, such band-aids, bandages, etc.
-disposable plates, bowls, cups, and utensils
-candy and chocolate for the children
-monetary donations can also be made to assist with shipping costs and to purchase requested items; make checks payable to Helping Hands with “Ukraine” in the memo line and send to St. Joseph Parish at 211 N Center Ave, Bradley, IL, 60915. Yellow and white “Helping Hands” envelopes are in the pews for you to donate at Mass. Don’t forget to indicate “Ukraine” on the envelope and on the check.
We are working with a shipping company to assist with the delivery of the items. A fire department in Warsaw has volunteered to deliver items to St. Lawrence Church. ****Please bring items to the back of St. Joseph Church before Masses. Perhaps write “Ukraine” on the bags or items. (Doors will be open from 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. on Saturday and 8:30 a.m.-12p.m. on Sunday).

Feel free to bring items to the parish office during the week.****
Please be generous for this critical humanitarian relief effort. Thanks so much for your support and prayers!

St. Rose Chapel Cleaning members needed

St. Rose Chapel is looking for people who would be interested in helping clean the chapel on a monthly bases. Cleaning the chapel will take place on the Monday prior to our monthly mass. Cleaning the chapel includes the upstairs & downstairs, which consist of dusting, cleaning bathrooms, vacuuming, and wiping off window seals. We welcome men as well as women.
If you are willing to help, please email me at pgall2228@aol.com
Please pass the word to anyone you know that may also be willing to help.

St. Rose Chapel Prayer Garden

There are still  4×8 custom engraved brick paver  available for purchase, if you are interested you can still download the Paver Order form by clicking on the image below

 

Restoration of plaster and stained glass

Restoration of plaster and stained glass

Your loving dollar donations at work

Mass Intentions for St. Rose Chapel Monthly Masses

There will be a book located at the front of the chapel for anyone to write the name(s) of loved one(s) for monthly mass intentions.  These intentions will be mentioned collectively by Fr. Lescher during the mass.
You may also call the Chapel at 815-573-5455 and leave a message with the name(s) of your love ones(s) and we will transfer the names(s) to the book.
There will be no fee for any intentions.

Ministry Volunteers needed

Hello friends, I am looking for those of you who are communion ministers, ushers and or have a child who has served as an altar server and who would like to volunteer to serve at mass for St. Rose Chapel. Also if anyone attending mass who may be interested in caring up the gifts, we would like to hear from you as well. Remember we are only able to hold one mass a month.  So if anyone is interested in offering your services please let me know.
Thanks again for all your support, one of the Association’s goal is to get our members more involved, so we appreciate all that you have done already  and God Bless

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Help Ukraine

Listed below is a letter posted by St. Joseph parish in Bradley in regards of helping the people in Ukraine. We are sharing this letter for  anyone wanting to do something to help. ??
This is a Breaking News at our Parish! St. Joseph in Bradley is teaming with St. Rose Parish in Wilmington, St. Patrick Parish in Wilton Center and St. Andrew Parish in Romeoville to assist the Church of St. Lawrence in Ukraine. This is an awesome opportunity to send prayers, support and provisions to people in the region of Zhovkva, which is located about 20 miles from the Ukrainian-Polish border.
Fr. Wojciech Borzyszkowski, a polish priest serving at St. Lawrence Church, has reached out to Fr. Marcin and the other pastors, explaining the plight of the people. The Dominican Sisters of the parish are working tirelessly to provide meals and items to refugees fleeing from the war. They are in desperate need of more items, however, as the number of travelers keeps growing and growing and supplies are becoming limited. Please help with this effort.
Items requested:
-Imperishable foods, such as pasta, rice, barley, cereal, canned meat (tuna, spam or chicken)
-baby formula, diapers and wipes
-flashlights and batteries
-blankets and sleeping bags
-over-the-counter pain relievers and anti-inflammatory, cold and flu medicines
-first aid supplies, such band-aids, bandages, etc.
-disposable plates, bowls, cups, and utensils
-candy and chocolate for the children
-monetary donations can also be made to assist with shipping costs and to purchase requested items; make checks payable to Helping Hands with “Ukraine” in the memo line and send to St. Joseph Parish at 211 N Center Ave, Bradley, IL, 60915. Yellow and white “Helping Hands” envelopes are in the pews for you to donate at Mass. Don’t forget to indicate “Ukraine” on the envelope and on the check.
We are working with a shipping company to assist with the delivery of the items. A fire department in Warsaw has volunteered to deliver items to St. Lawrence Church. ****Please bring items to the back of St. Joseph Church before Masses. Perhaps write “Ukraine” on the bags or items. (Doors will be open from 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. on Saturday and 8:30 a.m.-12p.m. on Sunday).
Feel free to bring items to the parish office during the week.****
Please be generous for this critical humanitarian relief effort. Thanks so much for your support and prayers!