Our Parish Calendar

Non-Parish Community Offsite Events

   
New Weekday Mass
One - 7:30AM
JUNE 24!
   
Eucharistic Adoration
Open Now!
VOLUNTEER!
   
R.E. Registration
Ongoing
REGISTER!
   
Senior Club Meeting
Jun 19
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COR Teen Service Days
Jun-Jul
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Evening for Women
Jun 20
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Knitters and Crocheters
Jun 24
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Ladies' Bridge Meeting
Jun 26
PLAY!
   
Rose Bushes Presentation
Jun 27
GARDENERS!
   
Heartstrings - Support Group
Jul 8
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Pro-Life Meeting
Jul 9
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Taizé Prayer Service
Jul 11
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Food Drive
Jul 20-21
DONATE!
   
SVDP Bundle Weekend
Jul 27-28
DONATE!
   
Renew My Church
Ongoing
BE AWARE!
   
To Teach Who Christ Is
Mar 2019
UPDATE!
   
R.E. News
Ongoing
BE INFORMED!
   
SPRED Ministry
NOW!
   
Honor Veteran with a Brick
Ongoing
BUY NOW!
   
School Gift Card Program
Ongoing
SUPPORT!
   
Health Ministry News
NOW!
   
Amazon Smile
Ongoing
SUPPORT!
   
St. Linus Alumni Form
Ongoing
GOOGLE!

WEEK OF JUNE 16 THROUGH JUNE 23

If you or someone you care about need counseling call the Catholic Charities intake number at
(312) 655-7725
to make an appointment at one of the other parishes that provide counselors. They are in network with Blue Cross / Blue Shield PPO, and they do offer subsidized fees for those who qualify. Please take advantage of this service through Catholic Charities.

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LITTLE COMPANY OF MARY HOSPITAL EVENTS

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Hand and Wrist Screening (FREE)

Thursday, June 27
from 2 to 4 pm

Little Company of Mary Hospital
6700 West 95th Street, Suite 310

Dr. Ramsey Ellis from
Little Company of Mary Hospital
has over 15 years of experience in surgical
and non-surgical approaches to treating hands / wrists.

JOIN US!

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Fun (and Safety) in the Sun

Melanoma, more commonly known as skin cancer , is the most common form of cancer in the United States. This year alone, it’s estimated 77,000 people will be told they have melanoma.

Several factors help determine one’s risk for melanoma, yet few are as easy to control as one’s exposure to sunlight. Harmful ultraviolet rays can reach you any time of year, which is why it’s important to constantly assess how to protect your skin from the sun. Here are practical measures nearly everyone can take to avoid exposure: Wear clothing on exposed skin; Seek shade; Wear a hat with a wide brim to shade the face, head and ears; Wear sunglasses that block as close to 100% of UVA and UVB rays as possible; Avoid indoor tanning; Use sunscreen with an SPF of 15 or higher with broad spectrum protection.

Should you ever suspect that a spot on your skin could use medical attention sooner rather than later, make an appointment with your doctor. Skin cancer can often be found early.

 

 

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