For emergencies requiring a priest, contact the rectory at 630-270-1040.
Join us, at St. Mary’s Catholic Church of Huntley, to learn more about the Special Religious Development (SPRED) program. Prospective families, catechists and interested church personnel are
all invited to attend. SPRED is a beautiful ministry
for people with special needs and /or disabilities. We affirm the dignity of each person as an essential member of the church and child of God. Spread is offered worldwide as a means for special needs people to experience faith using a unique approach. Catechists and friends grow together in faith. Set in a relaxed and beautiful context the process is comfortable, experiential and relational.
The meeting is on Monday, January 19 at 7:00 p.m. in the Brides Room at St. Mary’s Catholic Church of Huntley. Questions? Please contact Deb LaPorte at 630-945-7586 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Enclosed in your envelope packet you will see “pink envelopes” entitled “Diocesan Stewardship Goal Assitance”. The purpose of these envelopes is to receive your contributions to help our parish close any gap between the St. Rita’s Target toward the Diocesan Stewardship Appeal (this year set at $78,392) and any shortfall in parishioner payments to the Diocese used for its operations.
This Pink Envelope is intended for use by those parishioners who do not feel comfortable making a pledge directly to the diocese but who would like to help the parish reach our Target by April 30. The Pink Envelopes are NOT intended for payments on any pledge your family has already made. Those should be sent directly to the diocese or placed in the Diocesan Appeal envelopes sent to your home.
Our Appeal has a shortfall of $36,000. If you have not pledged and wish to contribute, please use the pink envelope.
Want to join a bunch of life-loving, fun, joyous folks on a Sunday
in mid-January? Then come to the March for Life in downtown Chicago on Jan. 18 from 2:00PM to 4:00PM! This year, new Archbishop Blase Cupich of Chicago will
attend, in addition to Congressmen Dan Lipinski, D-Ill., and Peter Roskam, R-Ill., and other pro-life speakers. Former Miss America and GOP congressional candidate
Erika Harold will emcee the event. This is the perfect event to kick off a pro-life
Week! Check out the Facebook page for the March for Life Chicago for details. The Catholic Conference of Illinois is a Sponsor of the March.
See our other events on the Events page.
Come and experience Catholic education at its finest at St. Rita of Cascia School. Our students are blessed with a curriculum that develops each student spiritually,
academically, emotionally and physically. At St. Rita School, we provide a safe, caring environment where faith and values are taught. St. Rita students excel on standardizedtests.
In addition to the core courses, St. Rita students take classes in computer technology, art, music, physical education and library. Students participate in sports and band programs. We have a full
day program for Kindergarten. Our preschool class for four year olds is a readiness program for our kindergarten. Don’t miss the
chance to have your child experience an outstanding educational opportunity. Register now. For registration information for PreK-grade 8 call the school office at 630-892-0200.
The masses of June 14/15 will host a speaker for Mission Appeal. The Mission Appeal collection will help overseas missionaries of the church.
Fr. Bill Donnelly, M.M. who served as a Maryknoll missioner in Central America will visit our Parish this coming weekend. Fr. Bill will be happy to talk with any person who is interested in learning more about mission life or perhaps becoming an overseas missioner.
“Maryknoll – The Catholic Foreign Mission Society of America- was established by the U.S. bishops in 1911 to witness the Gospel among the peoples and cultures of foreign lands. Maryknollers share the Good News, not only in word alone, but in practical and concrete actions –feeding the hungry, clothing the naked, giving shelter to the homeless, comforting the oppressed. Maryknoll depends entirely upon the prayers and support of its friends; we serve with profound gratitude for the generosity of our benefactors.”
Maryknoll Fathers & Brothers
5128 South Hyde Park Blvd
Chicago, Il 60615
|M - F (chapel)||7:30 am||English|
|Wed (chapel)||7:00 pm||Español|
|Sat (chapel)||8:00 am||English|
|1st Sunday||2:00 pm||Vietnamese|
|Saturdays||3:00 pm -
|Wednesday||8:15 am||7:00 p.m.|
|1st Saturday||8:30 am||10:00 am|
St. Rita of Cascia Catholic Church
750 W Old Indian Trail
Aurora, Illinois 60506
M-Th 9-12, 1-4
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