Update From 22 de Abril, Saint Clement's Sister Community in El Salvador

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Written by parishioner, Sarah Flosi. 

In recognition of the 30th anniversary of the relationship between Saint Clement and our sister parish in El Salvador, a few parishioners from Saint Clement and a member of Millar Chapel at Northwestern spent time with the people of 22 de abril in May. As always, it was full of inspiring moments intermixed with the sad realities of day-to-day life in 22 de abril.

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Pastor Installation for Fr. Paul Seaman

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The installation of a new pastor is a wonderful event in the life of a parish and a powerful way to mark a new and exciting chapter in the life and growth of a community of faith. 

On Saturday, October 7, our Vicar, Bishop Francis Kane, and our Dean, Fr. Larry Lisowki, will celebrate the Rite of Installation of our new pastor, Fr. Paul Seaman during the 5:00 p.m. Mass. Please plan to attend this extraordinary celebration in the life of Saint Clement Parish! 

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Six Weeks with the Word of God: Young Adult Scripture Faith Sharing

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Are you looking for a meaningful way to grow in your faith and learn more about the Word of God? This year, the Archdiocese of Chicago is launching Six Weeks with the Word of God: Young Adult Scripture Faith Sharing to provide young adults in their 20s and 30s a wonderful opportunity to do just that. 

Starting on Monday, September 25, Six Weeks with the Word of God will meet at 7:00 p.m. Centennial Hall of Saint Clement School. Sessions will combine elements of study, support, and fun, ultimately enabling attendees to help one another find God in their lives. 

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24th Sunday in Ordinary Time Reflection by Rachel Espinoza

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Our first reading from Sirach says, “Forgive your neighbor’s injustice; then when you pray, your own sins will be forgiven. Could anyone nourish anger against another and expect healing from the LORD? Could anyone refuse mercy to another like himself, can he seek pardon for his own sins?” In our Gospel today, Jesus tells a story in which a servant is forgiven a great debt, and then, the same servant goes on to treat a fellow servant—who owes him a much smaller sum—without mercy.

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Join Us for Anchor Fest!

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We will kick-off our Season of Stewardship on Sunday, September 24 with the parish’s Anchor Fest (formerly Fall Fest). Join us after the 9:30 and 11:15 a.m. Masses for this much beloved annual community event, complete with a backyard barbeque, and fun and games for children.

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23rd Sunday in Ordinary Time Reflection by Maggie Hanley

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The reading this weekend seem a daunting task. In Ezekiel, we hear the warning to “speak out to dissuade the wicked from his way…” and in Matthew, Jesus directs us to tell our “brother” what his fault is, in an effort to win him over. Doesn’t seem like we’re meant to make any friends, right? My Harmony side tends to initially think, “Is it my place?” The short answer is yes. But, from a place of love and encouragement.

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Stories of Stewards: Emma Christensen

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Once a month, Saint Clement publishes stories of parishioners sharing personal stories of how they have connected with Saint Clement and who actively live a stewardship life through prayer, service, and giving. This week we hear from the Emma Christensen:

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