Palm Sunday Mass posted by 4PM on 4-4-2020
THANK YOU FOR YOUR CONTINUED SUPPORT
As you might expect with no public Masses being celebrated, our offertory collection (which pays salaries and ongoing bills that continue whether we are open or not) has taken a substantial hit. We are tightening our belts, but our school and parish staff continues their daily duties as they can from home with digital connections to the parish, students, and each other. Your continued support of our parish family is appreciated! For more on-line giving information, please click on the icon above or call Steve DiBrito at 630-628-0900 x103. Thank you!
March 29 Parish Bulletin
April 5 (Palm Sunday) Bulletin
A message from Fr. Steve Bondi
Jesus' Suffering on the Cross by Fr. Steve
No school during the month of April
No religious education classes until September
Stations, Holy Week, & Easter Masses are canceled.
April 3 Healing Mass is canceled.
All meetings of over 10 people should be canceled.
Monday-Friday at 8:00 a.m.
Communion Service: Saturday at 8:00 a.m.
Sacrament of Reconciliation: Saturday at 4:00 p.m.
(Guide to Confession/Reconciliation)
Weekend Masses: Saturday at 5:00 p.m.
Sunday at 8:30 a.m. and 10:30 a.m.
All Masses & Reconciliation are canceled
until further notice.
Are you searching for peace, happiness,
and purpose in your life? It's time to come home.
St. Philip the Apostle Strategic Plan 2018-2021
2020 CMAA "Be Kind & Merciful" Video
Diocese of Joliet Website
(to see updated messages and live streaming
daily Masses at 9:00 a.m. and 11:30 a.m.)
Holy Week/Easter Message from Bishop Pates
Stay in Place Message from Bishop Pates
The Cathedral of St. Raymond in Joliet will live-stream the services of Holy Week: Passion/Palm Sunday at 10:00 am, Holy Thursday at 5:00 pm, Good Friday at 3:00 pm, the Easter Vigil on Holy Saturday at 8:00 pm and Easter Sunday at 10:00 am. Each service can be viewed on the diocesan YouTube channel.
Information from Addison Township
Websites for Daily Masses, Prayers, and Novenas
St. Walter Church in Roselle Daily Masses On-line
Prayer on the Vatican Website
Novena for Corona Virus
As members of the Diocese of Joliet, we are a faith community united in Christ by a common bond to the universal Catholic Church. Our words and actions are a reflection of Christ's presence among us. We manifest God's Word through active participation in spiritual,
liturgical, educational, service, and social ministries directed at bringing all people to Christ.