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St Ferdinand Church • 5900 W Barry Ave, Chicago, IL 60634 • tel: 773 622 5900 • fax: 773 622 5903
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Easter Wishes

















Dear Parishioners and Friends of St. Ferdinand Parish!

Once again we celebrate Easter which is a great source of spiritual renewal for each of us. The liturgy of Easter Sunday leads us to an empty tomb to personally meet the Resurrected Christ.
There we proclaim our faith by repeating the words of St. Paul: „For we believe that Jesus died and rose again…(1 Tes 4,14)

Dear Friends, may this Easter renew and deepen our faith which Christ has gained for us through his suffering, death and resurrection. May it guide us in the transformation of our lives and help us to reject fear and anxiety, darkness and
despair. May it assist us in becoming the people of the Resurrection that gaze firmly at the Victorious Christ. From this empty tomb, flows a true promise that goes out to the faithful to empower us to help overcome evil, wrong doing,
despair and sadness and one day share in the resurrection of Christ.

Dear parishioners and friends visiting our parish during this Eastertime... Deep from my heart, I wish you that Easter hope which flows from the joy of encountering the Resurrected Christ fills our hearts with hope. It is having hope causes us to live differently.

Let the Resurrected Christ give us strength and
enlighten our hearts and minds the same way
as he did to his apostles on their way to Emmaus. Then we may become His true witnesses in today’s contemporary world.

May the peace and blessings of the Resurrected Christ be with you today and always!


Fr. Jason Torba
Pastor
FEAST OF DIVINE MERCY Sunday, April 28, 2019

The Novena began on Good Friday and will continue through Saturday following the Mass at 8:00am. On Sunday, April 28, the celebration of Feast of Divine Mercy will start with 12:30pm Mass in English followed by the explosion of the Blessed Sacrament and will conclude with 3:00pm Mass in Polish