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					       Prayerfully elevate the following students as they prepare to
     receive the sacrament of Confirmation on Thursday, March 3rd

 Victoria Adomshick - Austin Aiello - Drew Andersen - Darby Anderson
     Leah Antas - Molly Arend - Allison Bandusky - Matthew Batina
Michelle Brassel - Danielle Carbonaro - Jessica Carbonaro - Matthew Dahle
       David Dalmaso - Andrew Davis - Brooke Eberle - Brian Eck
  Dominic Fazzari - Patrick Fitzgerald - James Glowacki - Conor Granger
   Matthew Hall - Cameron Hartman - Olivia Heng - Alexis Jakuszewski
Justin Kelly - Anthony King - Sheridan Kiple - Ryan Kirby - Joyce Langman
       Katherine Larson - Kelly Ann Luetkehans - Joseph Metzger
 Jake Moscardini - Jessica Newhouse - Scott O’Malley - Mallory Pavlik
  Madeline Piper - Austin Polezoes - Elizabeth Ralph - Jacqueline Rossett
           Melanie Rothblatt - Brooke Stewart - Lindsay Stewart
    Alexander Umali - EmilyVictores - Grace Zajdel - James Zurawski
  WELCOME                                                  Eucharistic Adoration
                                                       Monday, March 7th from 7:00 p.m.
                                                       until 9:00 p.m. our parish will offer
                  St. Daniel the Prophet Parish        Eucharistic Adoration in our chapel.
                       101 West Loop Road              Adoration will begin at 7:00 p.m. with a
                      Wheaton, IL 60189-2004           Eucharistic Hymn and the Blessed Sacrament will be
                  630/682-5003 Fax: 630/682-5004       exposed. The recitation of the rosary will follow. For
                            the remainder of the time until 8:50 p.m. we will have
                             the opportunity to pray quietly in the presence of
                                                       Jesus, Our Eucharistic Lord. Adoration will conclude
We are happy to have you with us today — and           with Benediction and closing prayers.
every weekend. Our Liturgies are enriched by
your presence and participation. We hope that
you will find the experience here to be a warm,        Lent is the principle season of penance in the
inspiring celebration of the faith that we profess.    Christian year. All of the faithful are strongly urged to
                                                       develop and follow the program of voluntary self-
           MASS SCHEDULE                               denial (in addition to following the Lenten regulations),
                                                       serious prayer, and a performance of works of charity
        Saturday — 4:00 p.m.                           and mercy.
        Sunday — 8:00, 9:30 and 11:00 a.m.
        Monday, Tuesday and Thursday —                                   Ash Wednesday Schedule
                     7:30 a.m. (Chapel)                                        March 9th
Nursery accommodations (for children age 6 mos.
to 5 years) are available in Room 102 during the
Sunday 9:30 a.m. Mass. With any questions, please      Mass with the distribution of ashes at 7:30 a.m.
contact Karen Gulvas at 630-682-5003 x 119 or
                                                       Prayer Services with the distribution of ashes at
                                                       12 Noon, 4:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.
                                                       Everyone 14 years of age or over is bound to abstain
                                                       from meat on Ash Wednesday and all the Fridays of
              Please join us                           Lent. Everyone 18 years of age and under 59 years of
                                                       age is bound to fast on Ash Wednesday. On this day of
                                                       fast and abstinence, one full meatless meal is allowed.
If you are not registered at St. Daniel the Prophet,
                                                       Two other meatless meals, sufficient to maintain
or are registered and need to make changes,
                                                       strength, may be taken according to each one’s needs,
please complete the form below and place it in the
collection basket or mail to the Parish Office.
                                                       but together they should not equal another full meal.
                                                       Eating between meals is not permitted, but liquids,
Name ______________________________                    including milk and fruit juices are allowed. When
                                                       health or ability to work would be seriously affected,
                                                       the law does not oblige.
Address ____________________________

City/Zip ______________________________________
                                                                    Mark Your Calendars!
Phone _______________________________________             Fr. Dennis Koopman, OFM, will be conducting
                                                                  St. Daniel the Prophet
( ) New Parishioner                                                   Parish Mission:
                                                         Awakening Our Faith in Challenging Times
( ) New Address
                                                                        March 21-23, 2011
( ) New Phone Number
                                                       There will be a mass and mission talk each day at
( ) Moving, please remove from membership list         9 a.m. and the same talk will be repeated at 7:30 p.m.
                                     FORMATION NEWS

                                                             Adult Faith Formation

                                                                         Scripture Study
Dates You Need To Know                                    Scripture Study is held on Tuesdays,
                                                          9:30-11:00 am in the Koinonia Room.
          CLASS SCHEDULES                                 Beginning March 8 a new study will
              Grade 1-5                                     begin on Wisdom. Please contact
          Mon. : February 28, March 7, 14                  Colleen in the REO to register and
               Tues.: March 1, 8, 15                               order your materials.

                                                                   2011 LENT RETREAT
                                                         Weekend retreat open to all women, married or single,
                                                         who desire to enrich their spiritual growth during the
             Wed.: March 2*, 9, 16***                    Lent season. Sponsored by Servants of the Holy Heart
   * Social Night-Details sent via email last week       of Mary.
***EDGE Closing Night and Re-registration-The kids       The retreat will be held at the NAZARETH RETREAT
                                                         HOUSE, 717 North Batavia Ave. in Batavia.
will share learnings from the year with their parents!
                                                         The retreat begins at 8:00 p.m. on Friday, March 11
                                                         and ends at 2:00 p.m. on Sunday, March 13.
                                                         Registration Deadline: Monday, March 7
                                                         The suggested donation is $50. For more information
                                                         or to register, please contact Linda Isleib at

            Confirmation Info
                                                                                Does your family
             CONFIRMATION                                                       use the 9:30 a.m.
              March 3, 7 p.m.                                                   Sunday Nursery?
                                                         We will be in need of a few more adult volunteers to
                                                         add to the rotation of our schedule beginning June
                                                         2011. If your child is a “regular” nursery participant
                                                         we encourage you to become a volunteer and join the
                                                         other parents who volunteer. Each adult volunteer
                                                         must have completed the Diocesan Training,
          FIRST EUCHARIST                                “Protecting God’s Children”. Please contact Colleen in
                                                         the REO Office for more information on the one time
    Mandatory Parent/Child Preparation                   training. For additional nursery information please
           Saturday, March 5                             contact Karen at 630-682-5003 x 119 or
          8:30 a.m.-10:30 a.m.                 
                Peace and Social Justice/Right                                     Vocation Prayer Calendar
                       to Life Meeting                                        Remember these men and women in your
                                                                               daily prayers —The Priests, Deacons,
                                                                                Seminarians, and Women and Men
The Peace and Social Justice/Right to Life committee will                        Religious in the Diocese of Joliet
meet on Monday, February 28 at 7:30 p.m. in room 106.
We will be setting priorities and planning for the year and    FEBRUARY
discussing the upcoming 40 Days for Life Campaign.
Everyone is welcome, so if you are interested please join      27 Frs. Thomas Sularz & Marius Phan-Hong Suk
us. You can learn more about our committee on the              28 Srs. Alice Marie Feehan, Mary Jo Keane,
CORE web site at under ministries            Sheila Megley, Susan Sanders RSM
or by calling Kathy Kregor at 588-9010.                        MARCH
                                                               1 Pope Benedict XVI
                    PADS NEWS                                  2 Frs. Joseph Tappella & Anthony Taschetta
                                                               3 Srs. Margaret Mary Moloney, Vincent Schafer,
PADS (Public Action to Deliver Shelter) sign up                  Jane Schlosser RSM-Marlene Bemis, Dorothy Birk,
sheets are in the Narthex this weekend after all                 Marian Keevan, Mary Agnes Kloeppel FCJM
Masses for our night to staff PADS, Wednesday,                 4 Deacon Steven Borello (Seminarian)
March 2. With questions, please contact                        5 Brs. Mark Emken OSA- Augustine Mallack,
Ted Hobein at 630-247-2652.                                      Gregory Perron, George Popovics OSB

                                                                               Pilgrimage to Rome
     Become a Legislative Advocate for
                                                               The Most Reverend Joseph M. Siegel, Auxiliary Bishop
             Catholic Values                                   of Joliet, invites you to join him on a pilgrimage to Rome,
Faithful citizenship is about more than elections. It          the city of Saints Peter and Paul, on the occasion of the
requires ongoing participation in the continuing political     conferral of the Pallium by Pope Benedict XVI on
and legislative process. "It calls Catholics to see civic      Archbishop J. Peter Sartain on the Feast of Saints Peter &
and political responsibilities through the eyes of faith       Paul. The seven-day pilgrimage is from June 27 to
and to bring our moral convictions to public life.             July 3, 2011, with visits to Rome, Vatican City, and
Catholics in public life have a particular responsibility to   Assisi. To request a brochure, please e-mail
bring together consistently their faith, moral principles,     Tony Brandolino at or
and public responsibilities. Believers are called to be a      call 815-834-4032.
community of conscience within the larger society and
to test public life by the values of Scripture and the
principles of Catholic social teaching. Our responsibility          Bread Broken But Multiplied:
is to measure all candidates, policies, parties, and           A Conference for the Divorced and Widowed
platforms by how they protect or undermine the life,
dignity, and rights of the human person, whether they           The Saturday, April 9 conference takes place at
protect the poor and vulnerable and advance the                St. Charles Pastoral Center in Romeoville and will feature
common good."                                                  Brother Loughlan Sofield, S.T., an internationally
                                                               renowned retreat and group leader. Brother Loughlan is
The Diocese of Joliet - Peace and Social Justice               the Senior Editor of Human Development magazine, and
Ministry invites you to exercise your faithful citizenship     the co-author and author of many books including Design
by participating in the Diocesan Legislative Advocacy          Wholeness and Facing Forgiveness. His talks will
Network. Please visit for           weave together the Eucharistic experience with one’s
more information and to sign up today!                         journey through transition and loss and will also include a
                                                               sensitive reflection on forgiveness.
                                                               The day begins with a 9 a.m. check-in and ends with a
 PETER’S PENCE COLLECTION UPDATE                               vigil mass with Bishop Imesch at 4 p.m. The requested
Bishop Siegel recently received a letter of thanks             donation is $35. For registration information, see the
                                                               brochure at, call
from the Secretariat of State acknowledging the
                                                               or email The Center for Family Ministry at 815-838-5334,
Diocese’s donation for the Peter’s Pence collection  
in the amount of $228,987.51.
                             Eight Annual                                        We welcome with joy and
                                                                                faithfully support the newly
                      St. Patrick’s Party                                      baptized of our parish family:
                  Saturday, March 12 – 5 p.m.
               Tickets will be on sale this weekend
         and Mar. 5/6 in the Narthex after all masses.                                 Lauren Marie Idstein

                                                                                         Madeline Elizabeth
  Lyle Dean, WGN radio personality and
sailing enthusiast, will be the guest speaker                                               Faith Amari
       at a fundraising event for the                                                       Adams-Harris
Joyful Again! Widowed Ministry Program.
      Lunch With Lyle will take place                                                   Thomas Mark Schatz
          On Sunday, April 3rd.
                                                                                       Addison Grace Heller
   For additional details call 708-354-7211.
                                                                                            Shannon Delia
Wheaton Senior Housing Assistance Program
This program provides housing assistance for Wheaton                  There is one Lord, one faith, one baptism,
residents over the age of 65 with an annual income of                         one God and Father of all.
$20,600 or less and residency within the corporate                                         Ephesians 4:5-6
limits of the City of Wheaton for a minimum of three
years. The application form is available at
                                                               February 27—Eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time by going to Government, Boards &
Commissions, Housing Commission. Applications are             As servants and stewards of the Lord, we are confident
accepted throughout the year.                                 that he remembers us and keeps us close to him. While
                                                              the lilies of the field and the wildflowers spoken out in
                                                              today's gospel are beautiful gifts from our heavenly
                                                              Father, we are told that our lives are much more valuable.
                                                              Hence, let us serve him alone, and put our lives into his
       Part- time Receptionist/Support                        care!
          Secretary Position Open
This position serves as a part time receptionist/support       CATHOLIC ENGAGED ENCOUNTER
secretary performing basic secretarial duties as they
pertain to the day-to-day operation of a Catholic             Catholic Engaged Encounter is a marriage preparation
Cemetery. Minimum of High School Graduate. Must have          program designed to help couples prepare for marriage.
general office and basic computer skills. Excellent typing,   The couple is given the opportunity to talk honestly and
filing and pleasant telephone skills along with good          intensively about their prospective life together. Topics
public relation skills. Must be able to work unsupervised     covered include an assessment of the couple’s strengths
at times. Previous office experience is required. Must be a   and weaknesses, their ambitions and goals, attitudes
practicing Catholic and have a basic understanding of the     about money, sex, children, family, and relationship to the
Catholic Cemetery beliefs and doctrine.                       Church. Personal reflection and communication are the
                                                              main focus.
This is part-time non-benefited position. Monday thru
Friday 20 hours maximum at Assumption Catholic                Engaged Encounter is approved by the Diocese of Joliet
Cemetery Office in Wheaton. Interested applicants             as a marriage preparation program and will be held at
meeting the necessary qualifications should email cover       St. Charles Borromeo Pastoral Center on:
letter and resume to:
                                                                  March 11-13       April 8-10      May 13-15
               Office of Human Resources                      For reservations/information phone 630-375-7072 or
                 Nancy Siemers, Director                      visit
          St. Charles Borromeo Pastoral Center
      Our Liturgy Celebrations will be                                                Daily Scripture
       offered for these intentions...                                                  Readings

                                                       Monday – Sir 17:20-24; Mk 10:17-27
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 2011                            Tuesday – Sir 35:1-12; Mk 10:28-31
4:00 p.m.                                              Wednesday – Sir 36:1, 4-5a, 10-17; Mk 10:32-45
Bernice Boyter Marye Dorgan                            Thursday – Sir 42:15-25; Mk 10:46-52
                                                       Friday – Sir 44:1, 9-13; Mk 11:11-26
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 2011                              Saturday – Sir 51:12c-20; Mk 11:27-33
8:00 a.m.                                              Sunday – Dt 11:18, 26-28, 32; Rom 3:21-25, 28;
Jack Udelhofen                                                   Mt 7:21-27

9:30 a.m.                                              If someone in your family is ill, either in the
Edward Pula           John Byrne    Carolyn Malsam     hospital or at home, you may contact the Parish
                                                       Office; Deacon Ken at ext. 113 or Father Tom at
11:00 a.m.                                             ext. 111 to schedule a visit.
For the People of St. Daniel
Eliza Mendoza         Frank Clark                      In your kindness, please remember the
                                                       following people who have requested our
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 2011                              prayers.
7:30 a.m.
                                                       Our sick: Milena Miletic, Drew Hoffman, Mary Early,
TUESDAY, MARCH 1. 2011                                 Thomas Kendzior, Angela Klarin, Juanita Glynn,
7:30 a.m.                                              George Irvine for all those mentioned in the Book of
                                                       Prayerful Intentions, and for caregivers, we pray to the
THURSDAY, MARCH 3, 2011                                Lord…
7:30 a.m.                                              “In every sick person there is Christ who is suffering.”
For our confirmandi                                                                              ~ Padre Pio

                                                       Our loved ones in the military, and their
                                                       Christopher Kennedy, Marine Jacob Reed, Coast Guard
                                                       Mark J. Euse, Army           Anne Savage, Air Force
4:00 p.m.
                                                       Michael J. Savage, Air Force Jeff Faley, Air Force
For the People of St. Daniel        Peter Zygowicz
                                                       James M. Stockhausen, Navy Peter Stachowitz, Marine
SUNDAY, MARCH 6, 2011                                  Nick Possley, Navy           Erik Sword, Navy
8:00 a.m.                                              Stephen Ricciardelli, Army   Brian Allen, Army
Bud Roeser  William Hutchison                          Alexander S.J. Obordo, Army Ryan P. Hogan, Army
                                                       Elizabeth J. Mangini, Army   Matt Navarro, Navy
9:30 a.m.                                              William D. Mangini, Army     Aaron Littig, Army
Phillip J. Brodnick     White, Walsh & Rowe Families
Carolyn Malsam
                                                       Our beloved deceased: Fr. John Zanoni
11:00 a.m.
Maria Clifford         Joan Cruse
                                                                February 20 Offertory           $22,305
                                                                   Capital Campaign             $ 1,060

Mass Cards for memorials or special intentions                  In everything you do, put God first,
are always available at the Parish Office during                 and he will direct you and crown
regular business hours. The customary mass                           your efforts with success.
                                                                                        ~Proverbs 3:6
stipend is $10.
     St. Daniel the Prophet Directory
             630-682-5003                                                   LITURGICAL MINISTERS
Rev. Thomas Sularz VF, Pastor……..…….Ext. 111
 Rev. William T. Cullen, Weekend Associate
 Rev. Thomas J. White, Pastor Emeritus
 Parish Deacon:
   Deacon Jim Perry………………………....…..Ext. 114
                                                                       MINISTRY SCHEDULE REMINDER                                                            MARCH 5-6, 2011
                                                                      PLEASE ARRIVE EARLY AND REMEMBER TO SIGN IN!
 Parish Deacon and Pastoral Associate:
  Deacon Ken Jackson….…….…………....…..Ext. 113                                          LITURGICAL COORDINATORS
 Director of Facilities:                                              4:00 p.m.: - M. & M. Savage
   Mr. Matthew Latawiec….…....……….…..…..Ext. 110                      8:00 a.m.: - Volunteer Needed                                               9:30 a.m.: - A. & N. Cocconi
 Director of Religious Education:                                    11:00 a.m.: - L. Hesse
   Mrs. Diane Ahlemeyer………………..…….…Ext. 120                                             SACRISTANS
 Religious Education Associate:                                       4:00 p.m.: - R. & F. Banas
   Ms. Karen Gulvas…………………………..….Ext. 119                             8:00 a.m.: - L. Stickels                                              9:30 a.m.: - G. & M. C. Kosmach
 Director of Music & Liturgy:                                        11:00 a.m.: - M. & J. Fodor
    Dr. Anne Sinclair……………….……….……Ext. 112
                                                                     EUCHARISTIC MINISTERS
 Youth Minister:
   Deacon Bill Johnson………...………..,...…..Ext. 131                     4:00 p.m.: - B. Coussement, K. Dressel, K. Hobein,                                        T. Hobein, J. LeFager, J. Martin, D. Wolze,
 Administrative Assistant:                                           M. Wolze, Two Volunteers Needed
   Mrs. Lois Tyznik…………………..……...…...Ext. 109                                               8:00 a.m.: - A. Berger, E. Eckhoff, C. Esterman,
 Religious Education Office…..……...…...…….Ext. 121                    J. Esterman, I. Hemmerle
    Mrs. Colleen Foley                                                 9:30 a.m.: - A. Cocconi, B. Edwards, E. Fitzgerald,
 Parish Receptionists………………..….………..Ext. 100                          A. Kitchen, P. Kitchen, M. Lopez, J. Pfaff, M. Piper,
   Mrs. Maureen Treis and Mrs. Gordana Boyter                         J. Tortorello, M. Treis

      For Parish Information and links to all parish                 11:00 a.m.: - J. Dwyer, G. Eichstaedt, J. Hank,
        ministries, check out                        J. Larsen, J. Simak, P.Yousif, Four Volunteers
Parish Council Members – Julia Dwyer, Tom Jordan,
Mary Pappas, John Krecisz, Ellen Pittenger; Facilitator.             LECTORS
                                                                      4:00 p.m.:   - J. Martin, J. Wallerius
         Sacramental Information                                      8:00 a.m.:   - J. Krecisz, G. Maurer
Baptism - by arrangement for registered parishioners. Contact         9:30 a.m.:   - M. Reis, M. Schmidt
Lois Tyznik, (ext. 109). Preparation class is required.              11:00 a.m.:   - T. Whelan, C. Zajdel
First Holy Eucharist - celebrated each spring, and available to      ALTAR SERVERS
youth who have completed required preparation.                        4:00 p.m.: - M. & R. Cline
Confirmation - celebrated each year and available to youth who        8:00 a.m.: - A. & B. Burda
have completed required preparation.                                  9:30 a.m.: - A. & J. King
                                                                     11:00 a.m.: - M. & A. Weis
Sacramental preparation is available for any youth that meets the
minimum age requirement and has missed the opportunity to
previously receive their sacraments. For more information on
                                                                      4:00 p.m.: - H. & K. Merrick
1st Eucharist and Confirmation, contact Diane Ahlemeyer (ext.120).
                                                                      8:00 a.m.: - L. Stickels, H. Wells
Marriage - Diocesan policy requires 6 months preparation time.        9:30 a.m.: - M. & J. Monterrubio
Contact Fr. Tom Sularz, Pastor (ext. 111) or Lois Tyznik,            11:00 a.m.: - S. & L. Cosgrove
Administrative Assistant (ext. 109) for more information .
Reconciliation – individual confessions available before the         REFRESHMENTS
Saturday Liturgy or by appointment. Additional reconciliation         4:00 p.m.: - N. & D. Brown
opportunities are scheduled during Advent and Lent.                   8:00 a.m.: - B. & R. Christopher
                                                                      9:30 a.m.: - P. & R. Dillon
RCIA - young adult and adult sacramental celebrations, contact       11:00 a.m.: - F. & B. Jenkover
Deacon Jim Perry, ( ext. 114 ).

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