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Mass Schedule

Weekend Mass
Saturday 5:00pm
Sunday 7:30am, 9:30am, 11:30am, 5:30pm

Weekday Mass
Monday-Thursday 8:00am

Communion Service
Monday-Friday 6:45am

Morning Prayer 
Friday 8:00am

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Notice from the Archdiocese of Chicago—

Diocesan Priests Placement Board

According to Archdiocesan policies lay leadership and parishioners are to be given the opportunity to recognize
Fr. Rodolfo Ramirez gifts and to share their sentiments about his ministry. 

Thus, we are providing a parish-wide survey as part of his review process.  The survey can be easily accessed by going to the Archdiocese’s web page and clicking on Offices and Ministries, located on the top panel. 

This will bring you to an alphabetical listing of offices.  Under ‘M’ select Ministerial Evaluation. You will then be directed to the Ministerial Evaluation webpage. In the middle of the page, you will find “360 Catholic Leadership review for priests”. 

Please click on the word ’Link” next to your appropriate language to access the survey.  The survey is available in English, Spanish and Polish.

Construction Update

Construction will begin this week on the Hurley Center roof and foyer area as it is connected to the new Parish Center.  Access to the parish office and Hurley Center will be prohibited during this time.  Office staff will be available in the narthex area of the church during business hours.  We appreciate your patience as this may take 2-3 weeks.

An Important Message from Fr. Darrio

The Catholic Conference of Illinois serves all six dioceses in the state as the voice of the Church at the state Capitol.  Its mission is to uphold and defend the common good. 
It focuses on issues that reflect the Church's mission, such as Catholic education and the newly creatred Tax Credit Scholarship program; immigration reform and the plight of the young Dreamers; and anti-violence efforts that crack down on illegal guns.  The Catholic Conference also seeks to protect the sanctity of life, by fighting abortion expansion and physician-assisted suicide.  They advocate for criminal justice reforms, as well as care for our common home, the Earth.

The Catholic Conference has created an email network called the Illinois Catholic Advocacy Network, or I-CAN for short.  I-CAN informs YOU on the issues affecting the Church, and gives YOU the opportunity to email you state and federal lawmakers.  It's simple and easy to do, and is another way for you to live out your faith.

I encourage you to sign up for I-CAN by simply clicking the following.  Your elected officials NEED to hear from you.

God Bless you, and thank you.

Tax Credit Scholarships

Major Gifts Information 2018

Giving Costs Chart TCS 2018

School TCS Donations Needed

Personal Benefit Common Good Document

2018 Toolkit for Parishes and Schools

To Teach Who Christ Is

You can still donate!

Our To Teach Who Christ Is campaign page shows our progress and provides information about this important activity.  Please take a minute to look over all the material - we hope you are able to give to this campaign.


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