weekend mass TIMES 
 Saturday: 4:30 PM
 Sunday: 7, 9, 11 AM & 5 PM

weekday mass TIMES
 Monday & Wednesday:
 7 AM & 8 AM

 Tuesday & Thursday:
 7 AM, 8 AM & 7 PM
 Friday: 7 AM & 8:45 AM
 Saturday: 8 AM

confession SCHEDULE
 Monday - Friday:
 7:30-7:55 AM
 8:30-9:30 AM &
 3:15-4:15 PM 

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Help us Build Houses in Haiti

A Lenten Project to Help those in Need


Help the parish reach its goal of funding four houses in Haiti.  We are working with the Hope for Haitians organization.  It costs $6,400 to build one house.  To date, we have raised enough money to fund the building of 2-1/2 houses.

An anonymous donor has offered to fund a FIFTH house if our parish reaches its goal of four houses.  What a generous offer!  Please consider making a donation to this worthy cause as part of your Lenten almsgiving.

You may drop off a check in the Poor Box in the church narthex, in the collection basket at Mass, or at the parish center.  Please write HAITI on the subject line of your check.  Thank you for your generosity!


Upcoming Events

To see all events on our calendar click here


Parish Dinner

Corn Beef & Cabbage
Sunday, March 15
6:00 p.m. in McLoughlin Hall
$12 per family or $6 per person

40 Days for Life

Wednesday, March 18
7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Near Planned Parenthood in Aurora
Pray for one hour - make a difference!  Be part of the 40 Days for Life movement.  Click here to learn more and/or sign up.

Lenten Parish Mission

Sunday, March 22; Monday, March 23 & Tuesday, March 24
7:00 p.m. in Church
Dr. Mary Amore, Executive Director of Mayslake Ministries will speak on the teachings of Pope Francis.  At the conclusion of the mission on Tuesday, several priests will be available to hear confessions.  Click here to learn more.

Living Stations of the Cross

Good Friday, April 3
7:00 p.m. in the church
Join us for this prayerful, meditative presentation of the Stations.  This is a wonderful family event to bring to life Christ's journey to the cross.

Click here for a complete schedule of events during Lent.

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