Super Bowl Pregame Tailgate Party

Sunday, February 13th, 2022 3:30 p.m.—5:00 p.m. $50 ticket lets you enjoy: food and refreshments / a chance at the drawing for $1,500 cash / a chance at $200 per quarter / pre-game activities (only 100 tickets sold) A donation at the door lets you enjoy the food, refreshments and pre-game activities. See a Men’s Club member in the narthex after our weekend Masses for the next 3 weekends, or contact Dave Reid at 630-918-1308 or Steve Winter at 815-252-6624 for raffle tickets. Donations to the Men’s Club Super Bowl Pregame Tailgate Party are appreciated. The Men’s Club supports our parish and our people.  Thank you for supporting us!!

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Bishop Hicks’ Monthly Column

Christ is our Hope magazine has been put on hiatus since the leaving of its editor. In the meantime, the diocese will continue providing parishioners with Bishop Hicks’ monthly column January 2022 A New Year’s resolution: Re-educating ourselves on the Eucharist In the days following Thanksgiving this year, I was with a group of friends who are my age (mid-50s). Most of them have children who recently graduated from or are still in either high school or college.  Our conversation turned to the Eucharist. I was shocked that even though they are Catholic, a few of my friends and many of their children believe that the bread and wine we… Read More

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We Care’s got new things happening

The past two fiscal years have been the busiest we have ever experienced in We Care’s history. The greatest need we have seen through the pandemic has been financial, and it’s no wonder. Did you know that the average rent in Grundy County for a two-bedroom apartment is nearly $1,200 per month? According to a report from the National Low Income Housing Coalition “a full-time worker must earn at least $20.40 per hour to rent a modest one-bedroom home, or $24.90 per hour to rent a modest two-bedroom home. These amounts are far higher than many Americans—including seniors, people with disabilities, and working families—can spend on housing. Even before the… Read More

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