Mary, Seat of Wisdom
920 W. Granville, Park Ridge, Illinois 60068, 847-825-3153

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This Week at MSW
 
Child Care-9:30AM Sunday Mass-Room 107
Children's Liturgy of the Word-9:30AM & 11AM Sunday Mass-Annex

06/24 Individual Reconciliation-4PM-Church

06/25 Fr. Tim's Farwell Reception-11AM-Barry Gym

06/25 Sunday Supper-6PM-St. Luke's Lutheran Church-205 N Prospect-Park Ridge

06/27 Salt & Light Ministry-Mom's Prayer Group-7PM-Ministry Center-South Room-Chapel

06/27 Coping and Support with Aging Parents-7PM-Ministry Center-Living Room

06/27 AA Meeting-8PM-Ministry Center-Dining Room

06/28 Individual Reconciliation-6PM-Church

06/28 Centering Prayer-6:45PM-Ministry Center-Chapel

07/01 Individual Reconciliation-4PM-Church

07/02 Sunday Supper-6PM-St. Luke's Lutheran Church-205 N Prospect-Park Ridge

07/04 July 4th Holiday-Parish Facilities Closed

07/05 Individual Reconciliation-6PM-Church

07/05 Centering Prayer-6:45PM-Ministry Center-Chapel

07/08 Individual Reconciliation-4PM-Church

07/09 Sunday Supper-6PM-St. Luke's Lutheran Church-205 N Prospect-Park Ridge

 

 

Anointing of the Sick

 

“Suffering and illness have always been among the greatest problems that trouble the human spirit. Christians feel and experience pain as do all other people; yet their faith helps them to grasp more deeply the mystery of suffering, and to bear their pain with greater courage.  From Christ’s words they know that sickness has meaning and value for their own salvation and for the salvation of the world.  They also know that Christ, who during his life often visited and healed the sick, loves them in their illness

From The General Introduction to Pastoral Care of the Sick

 

Communal Anointing of the Sick is celebrated at the 9:00 AM mass on the first Saturday of the month in church.

Recipients of Anointing of the Sick:

  • Those whose health is seriously impaired by sickness or age
  • Those who are facing surgery
  • Elderly people may be anointed
  • Sick children may be anointed, if they can understand the strength that comes from this anointing
  • Persons with chronic health difficulties
  • Persons struggling with addictions

The faithful may also request the Sacrament of Anointing at the earliest onset of any of these conditions.  The celebration of this sacrament is no longer to be delayed to the final moments of life.  A family member or caregiver may call the rectory at (847) 825-3153 to arrange for the individual anointing of a homebound or hospitalized person.

 

 

 

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Mary, Seat of Wisdom
920 W. Granville
Park Ridge, IL 60068
847-825-3153