Pastoral Council Seeking Nominations for New Council Members

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NOMINATIONS DUE BY MAY 1, 2021

The Pastoral Council is a consultative body that acts as a source of guidance and advice to the Pastor. The council meets on the second Monday of each month. Council members serve for a three-year term which may be extended for an additional three-year term.

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Clement Commits Seeking New Committee Member

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Nominations are open!

The parish is seeking one new member to join the Clement Commits committee. The role of the committee as a whole is to act as a Christian steward in monitoring and distributing 10% of Saint Clement parishioner contributions in service of the poor and other important social needs outside of the parish through the Clement Commits program
 
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2nd Sunday of Easter reflection by Patrick Sinozich

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I’m still feeling Holy Week. Even though I hear the same stories every year, I’m still able to be humbled by Jesus washing his disciples’ feet on Thursday. On Friday I can still be angered and scared by his beating and death. And I am once again left empty and full of doubt on Saturday, devastated as Jesus’ body lies in the tomb. I become like the disciples, who are confused about the meaning of having followed Jesus. After his death and burial he is gone, and the forces of the world have seemingly won. It appears that my belief in him was for nothing, my hope a mistake.

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Novena to St. Catherine of Siena: April 20-April 28, 2021

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Hosted by Catholic Communities Around Vicariate II of the Archdiocese of Chicago

From April 20-April 28, 2021, Catholic communities around Vicariate II of the Archdiocese of Chicago will pray a Novena to St. Catherine of Siena. This nine-day journey to St. Catherine of Siena’s feast day on April 29 is the second Novena by Catholic laity to unite the faithful in prayer for the guidance of the Holy Spirit in healing and atonement for the clergy sex abuse crisis.

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Easter Sunday reflection by Paul Nicholson

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In the first year of the pandemic I found myself with a great hunger to read more philosophy and theology. Though I have always had an interest in these areas of knowledge and contemplation, I consider this increased appetite for such subjects an aspect of living with the unknowns of COVID-19 and the uncertainty that came with the 2020 US presidential election process.

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Staff Changes: Letter from Fr. Peter

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Dear Members of Saint Clement,

One of the most wonderful things about Saint Clement is the commitment of our staff. Our team is dedicated, passionate and deeply committed to our mission of bringing people to a deeper faith in Christ and facilitating service to God by our love and commitment to others.

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