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Join the SH/St. Columbanus Team for the Hunger Walk: September 16th

Join Sacred Heart and St. Columbanus parishioners in the 32nd Annual Hunger Walk on Saturday, September 16th.  The walk will take place in Jackson Park, is 2 miles long and steps off at 8:30am (nice and easy!). The St. Columbanus Food Pantry will receive credit from the Chicago Food Depository for every walker on their team, so it is important to register.   You can register at the Hunger Walk website at: The Team # for St. Columbanus is A01033.  Please note that number on any form of payment you make to the Chicago Food Depository or when you register. Help support the St. Columbanus Food Pantry by walking or donating to the team. If you’d like to walk, please contact Judy Pyke (  She can let you know where the team will meet that morning. THANKS FOR...

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Join us for a Shakespeare performance in our Courtyard on Saturday, September 16th at 3:00pm. Long-time Sacred Heart parishioner Barbara Anderson has combined the funniest scenes from Shakespeare’s popular 1602 comedy, TWELFTH NIGHT, to create THE GULLING OF MALVOLIO, an 80-minute fast-paced, fun-filled, hilarious comedy that anyone can enjoy. It comes to Sacred Heart on Saturday, September 16, at 3pm, in the Courtyard.  Eight professional actors, including Barb’s husband, Edward Kuffert (another Sacred Heart parishioner), perform this laugh-a-minute show. While there is no admission charge per se, tax-deductible donations of any size are gratefully accepted at the show (cash or check); or by credit card at Give Central or on the CenterStage website, where you will also find more information about the show: . Any donations collected from this performance will be split between the sponsoring theater–CenterStage in...

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Consider Becoming a Minister of Care

Ministry of Care is a beautiful outreach ministry that serves the sick and elderly by bringing prayer, presence and Holy Communion to those who are in the hospital, a nursing home or at home.   This ministry allows those who are sick and homebound to experience the nearness of God and the Christian community of Sacred Heart through the presence of the Minister of Care and through the reception of the Eucharist at life’s most difficult moments. We are in particular need of Ministers of Care for our outreach to the two local nursing homes we serve, Lake Cook and Glen Oaks, both located on Skokie Blvd in Northbrook. Who can be a Minister of Care? Compassionate men and women who are: loving, caring and willing to spend time with the sick and suffering; good listeners; compassionate and empathetic; non-judgmental...

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