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I M M A C U L AT E CO N C E P T IO N NE W S & NO T E S Parish Staff Pastor, Fr. Ed Howe, CR .......... 815-942-0620 ext. 18 Email ................................................... email@example.com
Deacon Rev. Mr. Santos Martinez ...................... 815-942-0620
Liturgical Coord, Lib Thorson ... 815-942-0620 ext. 25 Email ................................................ firstname.lastname@example.org
School Principal, Mr. Kim DesLauriers ....... 815-942-4111 Email ................................................ email@example.com
Director of Youth Ministry, Brent Mitchell ............................. 815-942-0620 ext. 19 Email .............................................. firstname.lastname@example.org
Director of Religious Education, Julie Dillenburg ...................................... 815-942-4177 Email ............................................ email@example.com
Business Mgr., Lisa Knupp ... 815-942-0620 ext. 22 Email .................................................... firstname.lastname@example.org
Marriage Preparation & Annulment Coordinator Paul Jung ............................................... 815-942-0620
Secretary, Gloria Folkers ......... 815-942-0620 ext. 10 Email ................................................. email@example.com
St. Vincent DePaul Conf. ...... 815-942-0620 ext. 16 Email ................................... firstname.lastname@example.org
Parish Meeting House address: 622 East Jackson Street, Morris
Parish Prayer Chain If you have a special prayer request, contact Carlene Reid at email@example.com or Ann Stansberry at 815-942-1179.
Martha Ministry Volunteers lend helping hands to families in need. Please contact the parish office.
R.C.I.A. Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults Any person wanting to learn more about the Catholic Faith or to join our Catholic community, contact the parish office.
Hospitalized or Homebound Parishioners Regular visits are made by our pastoral staff and Ministers of Care to bring Holy Communion. In case of hospitalization, please notify the parish office if you would like to receive Communion while in the hospital. If you would like to receive the Sacrament of Anointing of the Sick, because of scheduled surgery or treatment for a life-threatening illness, please call to arrange reception of the Sacrament prior to the surgery or treatment.
Funerals Make arrangements with the parish office before any publication.
19th Sunday in Ordinary Time OUR FATHER IN FAITH The Letter to the Hebrews today sings a hymn of praise to Abraham and to his faith, upon which are founded the religions of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. Abraham is called “father” in faith by more people on earth than anybody else, numerous as the sands of the seashore or the stars of the heavens. Hebrews tells us it was this foundational faith that led Abraham to obey God’s call when he heard it, though he was called to journey to a land he did not know and told he would father a mighty race through a marriage he thought was barren. But Abraham’s faith, the author of Hebrews tells us, was his realization of what he hoped for, and the evidence of what he could not see. How often are we, in simple daily events of our own Christian vocation, called to an unfamiliar place or told we are to do something we do not believe we can? How fortunate we are to have Father Abraham as our guide and example!
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Let Us Pray… Let Us Remember Pray for our servicemen and women:* Brian Black Eric J. Buhle, Jr., ET2 Adam Carter Brad Fonck, PV2 Sean Crawford, PO3 Maj. Michael P. Friend Lt. Col. Brian D. Fruland Adam Kozel Funfsinn Cpl. Johnathon Gallup Patrick Grommon SPC Maj. Eric C. Gamauf Daniel Hynes Brent Johnson, Jr., US Army Staff Sgt. Jack Kelly James Kilbride, USAF John Kilbride, USAF Cpl. Nathan Kowalczyk Zackary Landers, USN Rusty Lindquist Sean M. Lynch Lt. Cmdr. Kate Meadows David Mitchell Airman Brittany Murphy Daniel E. Niewinski, PO2 Robert Alden Pucel James Reeves Joseph Reeves Ensign Michael Shea Bryan Shworles, SPC
* As of August 2, 2016.
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This Week in Our Parish Sunday, August 7 Monday, August 8 6:30 pm ICS Parents Club; St. Angela Room Tuesday, August 9 1:30 pm Rosary 6:30 pm CCW meeting; St. Angela Room Wednesday, August 10 7:30 am Eucharistic Adoration 1:00 pm CCW Stitchery Group; Narthex 6:30 pm Baptismal Preparation Class; Meeting House 6:30 pm ICS New Family Orientation; School Thursday, August 11 7:00 pm Men’s Bible Study; Meeting House Friday, August 12 6:00 pm ICS Back to School Party; Parish Grounds Saturday, August 13 Sunday, August 14 12:15 pm Baptisms
Meeting House • 622 E. Jackson St.
Ministers of the Altar Weekend of August 13 & 14 Servers 5:00 pm G Zarbock, E Davy, J Less 7:00 am Finn Paulson, Jeffrey Thiers 9:00 am R Barkley, M Mayberry, M Moore 11:00 am J Christensen, M Gustafson, A Loza 2:00 pm Donnie Cisneros, Damian Becerra Lectors 5:00 pm Kim DesLauriers, Matthew Auriene 7:00 am Holly Howard, Bob Black 9:00 am Scott Kindelspire, Rick Ramos 11:00 am Shawn Hornsby, Scott Miracle 2:00 pm Sandra Valdez, Flor Aguilera Extraordinary Ministers 5:00 pm S Warpinski, P Jung, AM Struck, L Cook, C Warpinski, T DesLauriers, A Stansberry, B Limbach 7:00 am K Prombo, J Buhle, E London, T Panzica, M West, S Sterr, M Fannin, J Howard 9:00 am K Daggett, M Jorgensen, J Konecki, W Konecki, E Moore, S Borgstrom, B Chouinard, L Patnode 11:00 am C Christensen, J Latimer, J Lucatero, M Lutz, D Wolverton, D Wolverton, D Reid, C Reid 2:00 pm A Cisneros, J Becerra, A Salgado, L Ochoa, L Ochoa Hospitality Team 5:00 pm Boudreau, Sobczak 7:00 am Ferguson, Panzica 9:00 am Borgstrom Family 11:00 am Moravec Family
PARISH NE W S
Worldwide Marriage Encounter (WWME)
Let us turn our hearts back to God and allow him to lead and guide us so that we can fulfill
God’s plan and purpose for our lives and marriages. Sign up today to attend one of the
upcoming Worldwide Marriage Encounter Weekends.
Marriage Encounter Weekends August 12-14, 2016, October 7-9, 2016
December 9-11, 2016 all at Elk Grove Village, IL.
Early registration is highly recommended. For reservations/information, call Jim & Kris at 630-577-0778 or contact us through http://wwme-chicagoland.org.
Joyful Again offers a Retreat/Workshop for widowed men and women. The Joyful Again! program is for both men and women (all ages) who have been widowed and are still trying to find hope and new joy in life. August 13 & 14 — Mary Queen of Heaven
Parish, near North Ave. & Hwy 83, Elmhurst
October 22 & 23 — Nazareth Retreat House Batavia, IL (Near St. Charles)
Space limited – register early. Ph.: Joyful Again Widowed Ministry 1-708-354-7211 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org www.joyfulagain.org (short video on website)
Word of Life “Perhaps one of your friends has become pregnant unexpectedly. As someone who has been there, I encourage you to support your friend in her new journey of being a mother. … Your support might be the only support she receives.” ~ “10 Ways to Support Her When She’s Unexpectedly Expecting” USCCB Secretariat of Pro-Life Activities (www.goo.gl/e60H2Z)
Mass Intentions Saturday, August 6 5:00 pm Marie Black (Bernard & Deborah Bols) Bill Vallow (Wife & Family) Marie & Jerry Richards (Family) Sunday, August 7 7:00 am Rosemary Moore (Thayer Family) 9:00 am Feeney Family (Family) 11:00 am Nancy Van Cleave (Lisa & John Lawson) Michael Hough (Family) Katharina Prost Sandoval (Renee Zettek) 2:00 pm Spanish Mass—Parish Family Monday, August 8 7:00 am Scripture & Communion Service Tuesday, August 9 7:00 am Scripture & Communion Service Wednesday, August 10 7:00 am Ted Gilchrist (Family) Dolores Herubin (Jean Karakas) Louise Hanley (Ann Stansberry) 7:30 am Eucharistic Adoration 9:45 am Nursing Home Mass at Regency Care for those who are ill Thursday, August 11 7:00 am Yolanda Macias (James Wilfinger) Friday, August 12 7:00 am Jack Peterson (Friends) Saturday, August 13 2:00 pm Ross Soto & Blair Turner Wedding 5:00 pm William, Edith, Mary & Freida Darwish (Mr. & Mrs. Les Guthrie) Sunday, August 14 7:00 am Parish Family 9:00 am Dick Schweickert (Family) 11:00 am Chuck Farinella (Jackie Galloway) Richard Ratkiewicz (Family) Margaret Harrington (Sharee Beeler) 2:00 pm Spanish Mass—Parish Family
PARISH EVE N T S
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Readings for the Week of Aug 7 Monday: Ez 1:2-5, 24-28c; Ps 148:1-2, 11-14; Mt 17:22-27 Tuesday: Ez 2:8 — 3:4; Ps 119:14, 24, 72, 103, 111, 131; Mt 18:1-5, 10, 12-14 Wednesday: 2 Cor 9:6-10; Ps 112:1-2, 5-9; Jn
12:24-26 Thursday: Ez 12:1-12; Ps 78:56-59, 61-62: Mt
18:21 — 19:1 Friday: Ez 16:1-15, 60, 63 or 16:59-63; Is 12:2-
3, 4bcd-6; Mt 19:3-12 Saturday: Ez 18:1-10, 13b, 30-32; Ps 51:12-15,
18-19; Mt 19:13-15 Sunday: Jer 38:4-6, 8-10; Ps 40:2-4, 18; Heb
12:1-4; Lk 12:49-53
NEWS FROM THE: ** RELIGIOUS EDUCATION OFFICE **
We are planning for the new school year here at Immaculate Conception Religious Education. Classes begin on SEPTEMBER 7th. The registration deadline for the 2016/2017 school year is August 26th. How to register - • Forms can be found at the Religious
Education Office - Monday through Friday. Please call 815-942-4177 for office hours or email me at email@example.com.
• Registration forms are available in the narthex of the church, the church office, or the school office. Forms can be mailed in, brought to any of the offices listed above or placed in the box located in the narthex.
Contact Julie at 815.942.4177 for more information.
Welcome Your Child Welcoming a child through birth or adoption is an act of faith, as
well as an act of love. Our next Baptismal Preparation
Class will be Wednesday, August 10 at 6:30 p.m. at the Meeting House
(622 E. Jackson St.). Please call the Parish Office at 815-942-0620 to register prior to the class.
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PARISH SCHO O L , R E L IG IO U S ED & YO U TH School News The first day of school for Immaculate Conception School students in grades 1 through 8 will be Tuesday, August 16. Classes begin at 7:55 a.m. and dismissal that day will be at 11:00 a.m. Bus service will not be available that day. Preschool and kindergarten students and families are invited to visit the school on August 16. Three year old preschool parents and students may visit between 8:00 and 9:30 a.m. Four year old students and families whose last name begins with A through M should visit between 9:30 and 10:30 a.m. Those whose last name begins with N through Z may visit between 10:30 and 11:30 a.m. Kindergarten students and parents whose last name begins with A though L may visit some time between 8:00 and 9:30 a.m. Those whose last names begin with M though Z may visit between 9:30 and 11:00 a.m. The first full session of school for all I.C.S. students will be Wednesday, August 17. Bus service will begin that day. Hot lunch service will also begin that day. Before school care will begin on August 16 and after school care begins on August 17. The school website (ics1.org) contains information regarding student physical, dental, and vision screenings. Parents should send completed forms to the school no later
than the first day of school. School times remain the same as last year. Before
school care begins at 7:00 a.m. in the St. Angela Room. Students may begin gathering in the hallway in front of the office at 7:30 a.m. They will be permitted to go to their classrooms beginning at 7:45 a.m. The tardy bell rings and classes begin at 7:55 a.m. Student lunch is from 11:30 a.m. to 12:10 p.m. Dismissal for kindergarten will be 2:30 p.m. Dismissal for bus riders is 2:35 p.m. and for all other students at 2:38 p.m. Three year old preschool class meets from 7:55 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. and the four year old class meets from 7:55 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. The Immaculate Conception School Parents Club will hold its first meeting of the school year on Monday, August 8 at 6:30 pm in the St. Angela Room. All parents are invited to attend. There will be an Orientation Night for new families on Wednesday, August 10 at 6:30 p.m. in the St. Angela Room. The Back to School Party for all families will take place on the parish grounds beginning at 6:00 p.m. on Friday, August 12. Back to School Night for I.C.S. parents will be held on Thursday, September 1. Back to School Night is a great opportunity to meet the teachers, to learn their expectations, and to meet other
parents. Openings for additional students exist in all grades. Further information about the school is available on the school website (ics1.org). Please contact the school office by phone (815 942-4111) or e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you have any questions. Thanks is extended to all who to date have supported the school’s capital campaign, “Raising Generations - Building Community”. Gifts and pledges made to date total approximately $200,000. The campaign is being conducted in an effort to continue to improve the already well maintained school building and to provide even greater opportunities for those studying at Immaculate Conception School. Many people will benefit from the projects funded by the capital campaign. The initial campaign summer project has been the updating of the four washrooms in the classroom section of the school. During the past few weeks, quite a number of improvements have been made. The washrooms were painted and made handicap accessible. The floors were steam cleaned. New stall partitions and toilet seats were installed. This is the first of several projects that will be completed with funding coming from the capital campaign. May God bless you for your generosity.
Sat, Aug 20, 7-8:30pm; All-parish worship night in the church - youth group families are encouraged to participate
Sun, Aug 21, 6-8pm; JH youth gathering; St. Angela Room Mr. Brent Mitchell - director of youth ministry - 815-942-0620 ext. 19 - email@example.com
Like our Facebook page: “Alpha & Omega Youth Group - Morris, IL”
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PARISH & CO M M U N ITY EVE N T S
BE NOT DECEIVED Do not be disturbed by the clamor of this world, which passes like a shadow. Do not let the false delights of a deceptive world deceive you.
Morris Area P.A.D.S. (Public Assistance to Deliver Sustenance)
Morris Area P.A.D.S. is a volunteer organization with the mission goal to provide a safe, warm, and respectful environment for the Morris area’s homeless during colder periods of the year (mid-October to mid-April). We currently have several Churches in Morris that host and provide space for homeless guests on a specific evening or two each week, from 6:30 PM to 7:30 AM, in 3 shifts. The shifts are:
6:30 PM to 11:00 PM 10:45 PM to 3 AM
2:45 AM to 7:30 AM Typically, the 2nd shift (11 PM – 3 AM) and 3rd shift (3 AM – 7:30 AM) are our most difficult to fill. The 2nd shift needs 2 volunteers, the 3rd shift needs 3 volunteers. Volunteer’s duties are:
1st shift: Welcome our homeless guests (sign-in). Serve evening meals (picked up by the Site Coordinator from the Morris Hospital).
2nd shift: Prepare bag lunches for guests for following day.
3rd shift: Prepare breakfast and assist guests in stowing away bedding, as needed.
All shifts: monitor the Site and guests to ensure a safe, warm, and respectful environment for the evening.
For the upcoming 2016 – 2017 Season (October 15, 2016 to April 14, 2017), we are in DIRE need of volunteers to monitor the shelter throughout the evening. Without adequate volunteers we cannot continue to provide shelter and sustenance to the Morris Area homeless community in these colder months. PLEASE, if you can volunteer for ANY of these shifts on a monthly basis (only requires 6 times a season), please contact Phil Wardlow via E-mail – firstname.lastname@example.org, or cell phone (call or text) at (815) 685-8098.
SVdP EWTN Television Special Come view it with us in the St. Angela
Room, Tuesday, August 16, 5:30 p.m.
Society of St. Vincent de Paul
featured on Eternal Word Television Network (EWTN)
“Our Faith in Action: Today’s Society of St. Vincent de Paul” makes its world premiere on EWTN on Tuesday, August 16 at 5:30 pm. “Join Society of St. Vincent de Paul members on their spiritual growth journey through service to people in need. In this special presentation, join Vincentians in a home visit with a family in need, helping the homeless in a downtown shelter and working with returning citizens through prison ministry. See our Catholic faith in action through the volunteers of this unique lay vocation and Christ’s face in those they serve.” For more information, see http://www.ewtn.com/ To find the EWTN station in your zip code, go to http://www.ewtn.com/channelfinder/ To check the EWTN program schedule, go to http://www.ewtn.com/multimedia/weekly-schedules.asp# The St. Vincent DePaul Conference at Immaculate Conception helps families that are in need of assistance with rent, utilities, clothing, and household goods. Due to the very generous monetary donations from parishioners and goods donated to the St. Vincent DePaul store more than 105 families have been helped in the last 10 months. Please consider getting involved! Contact Dan Skoza at 815 942 0620 ext. 16.
Jim FeeneyFinancial Advisor
101 George St., Morris815-942-5056
Dr. Nicky Meade, Parish MemberSMALL ANIMALS
www.achmorris.com815-941-9924 1410 Liberty St.
912008 Immaculate Conception Church (B)
ED THE PLUMBERED THE CARPENTER
Best Work • Best Rate
Satisfaction Guaranteed As
We Do All Our Own WorkLic# 055-026066
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815-254-1444www.jspaluch.com For Ads: J.S. Paluch Co., Inc. 1-800-566-6170
24 HOUR TOWINGAuto Collision & Mechanical
Keigher Irish Dance
Ages 4 to Adult - Boys & Girls815-467-3910
101 W. Wapella - Unit 135 Minooka
Come Try A FREE Class!
Greenway Automotive300 BEDFORD ROAD
MORRIS, ILLINOIS 60450PHONE (815) 942-3400
www.greenwayautos.com• Quality Used Vehicles
• GMC Trucks• Jeep
GEORGE A.ROEBUCK, O.D.
FAMILY EYE CARECONTACT LENSES
MEDICAL EYE CARELASIK EVALUATIONS
(815) 942-1951113 E. JEFFERSON ST.
MORRIS, IL 60450www.drgeorgeroebuck.com
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ST E WARDSHIP : TIM E , TA L E N T & TRE A S URE
Diocesan Wedding Anniversary Mass Sunday, August 28th, 2:00 p.m.
Cathedral Invitations have been sent to those 25th and 50th anniversary couples whose names were given to the Diocese. Any couple celebrating over their 50 year anniversary is welcome to attend
the Diocesan Wedding Anniversary Mass by completing a Registration Form and returning it to the diocese before August 8th. Registration forms can be found in the church Narthex.
Weekly Collections Sunday Collection Budgeted 2016-2017 ................................... $15,961 July 23 & 24 Collection ............................... $13,075 Number of Registered Families ....................... 1309 Special Collections
We encourage everyone to tithe 10% of their income.
“We give thanks.”
Aug 7: 19th Sunday in Ordinary Time In this Gospel, Jesus says “Sell your belongings and give alms. Provide money bags for yourselves that do not wear out, an inexhaustible treasure in heaven that no thief can reach nor moth destroy.” Please help the Society of St. Vincent de Paul bring respite and hope to the elderly who are not able to find relief from the summer heat, and you will indeed find “an inexhaustible treasure in heaven!”
Year of Mercy 12/8/2015—11/20/2016
Hard but clear words today. Jesus tells his beloved “little flock” — that includes us — to sell belongings and give alms. Do not be afraid. Sell. Give. Yet, we are sometimes afraid to let go, to give away. I really like this, we say. I might need it later, we say. Since we are numbered among his disciples, what Jesus said to Peter and to the rest of the Followers he says to us: Do not fear! Give alms! Be ready to act for the benefit of others; be
ready to do what is good! So, this week, I will __________________!
Council of Catholic Women All women of Immaculate Conception are invited and welcome to join us for any and all meetings and activities without obligation or dues. Share the company of those who meet in solidarity with women throughout the world. Questions? Call Lucille Gibbs at 815-942-2052.
Calendar of Events Tues., Aug. 9, 6:30 pm, St. Angela Room—CCW
installation of 2016/2017 officers and blessing by Fr. Ed, sharing of plans for future meetings and events, an opportunity to socialize, light refreshments and free chance for lovely door prize.
Stitchery Group—Meets every Wednesday from 1:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m. in the Church Narthex.
KINDELSPIRE’S AUTO SUPPLY INC.815-942-3094
109-11 W. Washington St., Morris
ANN MARIE STRUCK, D.D.S.Family Dentistry Since 1981
New Patients WelcomeEvening & Sat. Hours Available619 Wauponsee St.
Genuine Pool Care, Inc.“CHEMICALS & SOLUTIONS THAT WORK”
Service & Supplies815-634-8535
295 S. Broadway • Coal City www.genuinepools.com
Financial Serviceswww.mikemeyer.bizmike.meyer.c9ms@StateFarm.com710 N. Liberty Street, Morris
MORRIS DINER & PANCAKE HOUSEAfter Mass stop in for: Breakfast - Lunch - Dinner
Daily Specials • Open 7 Days a week815-942-6887
1920 N. Division • Morris
VIX’LL FIX-IT Repair ShopMAJOR APPLIANCE SERVICE
Home Repairs, “Honey Do’s”
Brian Zabel, CPA, JD1040 West Route 6 • Morris, IL 60450
Phone: (815) 941-9833 • Fax: (815) email@example.com
Alpha Mufflersand Auto Repair
Mention Ad For10% off allMufflers!
815-513-3918 111 E. Benton, Morris
Candy • Gourmet PopcornIce Cream • Gift Baskets
(815) 942-1003 108 W.Washington St.
Candlelight HomeHealthcare, LLC
“Personalized, Skilled HealthcareWith All The Comforts of Home”
815-518-5165115 S. Broadway, Coal City
Offering Skilled and Long Term CareMedicare, Insurance, Medicaid
and Private Pay“Your Bridge from Hospital to Home”815-942-5108 • 1095 Twilight Dr., Morris
Ken’s RC Hobbies, Inc.We Moved! New Location4 Blocks North on Liberty
(815) 941-4722809 Liberty St. Morris
912008 Immaculate Conception Church (A)
NEW/PRE-OWNED EQUIPMENTPARTS ✱ SERVICE ✱ RENTALS ✱ FINANCING
Ben, Jennifer, Jett & Maya Price
815-942-6620 www.TurfTeam.com4620 WEST RT. 6, MORRIS
Exceptional Floor CoveringsExceptional Kitchen Designs
STEPHEN J. MEYEROwner/Designer
717 N. Liberty, MorrisP-815-941-4505 • Fax-815-941-4650
Sales • Service • Installation815-474-1365
Available 7 Days a WeekLocally Owned/Veteran
Mike Beshoar TreeService LLC
• Land Clearing • Tree Trimming• Tree & Stump Removal
• Firewood • Tree PlantingWe Treat Trees
with Tree Injections(Emerald Ash Borer & Other Diseases)
Fully Insured • Free Estimates
815-942-2696Morris, IL firstname.lastname@example.org
LESTINA’S CATERING• Weddings Are Our Specialty
• Serving Most Halls & Banquet Centers“Quality Is Our Main Ingredient”
Dandy Floor CoveringFlooring Specialist(815) email@example.com W. Commercial DriveSuite 9, Morris
www.jspaluch.com For Ads: J.S. Paluch Co., Inc. 1-800-566-6170
BOB’S ADVANCED AUTO& TIRE, INC.
Complete Auto & Truck Repairs24 Hour Towing
815-634-0004 60 E. Chestnut, Coal City
Full Service Septic CompanyLicensed, Bonded & Insured • Rodding & JettingAerobic & Tank Cleaning • New Installations & RepairMike Murphy, Owner 815-790-5782
FUNK TRAILER SALESCargo • Equipment • Auto • Landscape
Motorcycle • Dump • Utility • Pontoon
815-942-6688802 E. US Rt. 6, Morris, IL 60450
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Morris Liquor815-941-4414 2407 Sycamore
Next to Dollar Tree Store
Mechanical ContractorsCommercial & ResidentialService • Sales • Installation
815-941-00781296 Bungalow Rd., Morris
Brenene M. Brady, M.S., CCC-AClinical AudiologistCaring for your hearing health.
1715 N. Division, Ste. 202, Morris, IL 60450 • Phone: 815-941-4700• Diagnostic Testing for Pediatrics thru Geriatrics • Hearing Aid Services
LINDY~GERTIES RESTAURANTLindys Chili-Since 1924 &
Gerties Ice Cream-Since 1901
MIKE & PAM VOYTEKOwners & Parishioners
www.lindyschili.com100 W. Commercial Drive
Morris, IL 60450
Criminal • DUI/TrafficReal Estate • Personal Injury
815-942-5291211 E. Jefferson • Morris
LAW OFFICE OF
MORTGAGEPROGRAMS & RATES
TO SAVE YOU $$$815.942.5300
STEVE KIESLAR AGENCY(815) 942-9202
3605 N. State Route 47, Ste. DMorris, IL 60450
INVITATIONS & GIFTSWEDDING • BAPTISM • SHOWERS
Downtown Morris • 815-941-0198www.papercodesigns.etsy.com
J.F.MURPHY’S SEPTICFor Over 67 Years Serving Parishioners
322 Liberty StreetMorris, IL 60450
A CARING COMMUNITY FOR SENIORS
Apartment Style Housing withPersonal Care for the Older Adult.1221 Edgewater Drive
Wine • Cheese • Spirits • Micro-brewswww.FeeneyPackageLiquor.com
(815) 942-0035 209 W. Washington St.
Custom Built HomesSpecializing in distinctive home design & plans
ACUPUNCTURE CLINICLAURIE STONE, L.Ac.
815-942-2580 •105 E. M ain, Ste 304 Morris
U.C. DAVIS - CALLAHAN
“Our Home Is Your Home”
John W. Callahan
301 W. Washington St.
SPECIALIZING INQUALITY PORK RAISED
IN MORRIS, ILDave & Rita Gemmer
815/252-6226 Cell815/942-5051 Home
firstname.lastname@example.orgVisit us on the web at:
317 S. Water St., Wilmington • 815-476-5224Visit us at: www.communitygmc.com
Hynds, Rooks,Yohnka & Bzdill
LawyersSince 1938 concentrating in:
• Wills, Living Trusts, Elder Law• Estate & Trust Administration
• Death Tax Planning105 West Main Street
Morris, IL 60450(815) 942-0049
Cal’s Printing• Business Cards • Letterheads
• Envelopes • Wedding Invitations• Graduation Announcements • Flyers
See us for all your printing needs.123 W. Illinois Ave. 942-6556
Richard H. Hexdall• Pre-Paid Funerals• Traditional Funeral
Services• Cremation & Memorial
942-0700121 W. Jefferson St., Morris