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September 2010

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Church School Begins Another Year

Scene from Church School Begins Another Year.

This week we began another year of church school at St. Luke Parish. The rooms have been recently done complete with murals. This is the toddler room with a mural of "Noah's Ark".

Scene from Church School Begins Another Year.

The Junior High Room - Mural: "Pentecost Descent of the Holy Spirit".

Scene from Church School Begins Another Year.

The Elementary #1 Room - Mural: "Jesus Feeds the 5,000 & with the Children".

Scene from Church School Begins Another Year.

The Elementary #2 Room - Mural: "Jesus Calms the Storm".

Scene from Church School Begins Another Year.

The Kindergarten Room - Mural: "The Creation">

Scene from Church School Begins Another Year.

Group Photo of children and staff. We look forward to a successful year and ask for God's Guidance and strength in our endeavors.

Father Andrew and Pat In Italy

Scene from Father Andrew and Pat In Italy.

Fr Andrew and Pat at the Vatican while touring Italy

Scene from Father Andrew and Pat In Italy.

Photo from inside St. Peter's Basilica.

Quad Parish Picnic

Scene from Quad Parish Picnic.

Once again this year our quad parish picnic was held. Liturgy was celebrated by Fr. Andrew, Fr. Myron, Fr. Kurt, Fr. Luke, Fr. Herman and Deacons.

Scene from Quad Parish Picnic.

John Sutko once again did an excellent job of conducting the choir.

Scene from Quad Parish Picnic.

Fr. Myron giving the Homily.

Scene from Quad Parish Picnic.

Scene from the Liturgy

Scene from Quad Parish Picnic.

Luba, Picnic Chairperson welcoming everyone to the 10th Annual Picnic.

Scene from Quad Parish Picnic.

Eating, magic show, children's games, and running around made this little one need some rest.

St. Luke Parish Remembers 911

Scene from St. Luke Parish 
Remembers 911.

Once again St. Luke Parish held its annual remembrance of the 911 tragedy. The St. Nicholas Icon, Twin Towers I-beam and Pentagon rubble are displayed in front of the altar for visitors to view and reflect upon.

Scene from St. Luke Parish 
Remembers 911.

CAPS Color Guard presented Old Glory.

Scene from St. Luke Parish 
Remembers 911.

Harry Chelpon related his 9/11 experience.

Scene from St. Luke Parish 
Remembers 911.

Mayor Bennett of Palos Hills thanks us for remembering 9/11 every year.

Scene from St. Luke Parish 
Remembers 911.

Bill Droel of Moraine Valley Community College and Sacred Heart Catholic Parish spoke to those in attendence.

Scene from St. Luke Parish 
Remembers 911.

Fr. Andrew led everyone in prayer.

Scene from St. Luke Parish 
Remembers 911.

CAPS read the names of our fallen Illinois Military.

Scene from St. Luke Parish 
Remembers 911.

Caye gave an update on the National Flight 93 Memorial and started a collection.

Scene from St. Luke Parish 
Remembers 911.

Dignitaries posed for an official photo.

Scene from St. Luke Parish 
Remembers 911.

Attendees enjoyed refreshments after the Memorial.


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