Our Parish!

Parish Calendar   –   Parish Bulletin


 We Now Have a Parish Bulletin Board, located at the main entrance to the church.

There you will find a monthly schedule of meetings, notices of upcoming events in and around the parish and sometimes photos of recent doings right here at St. Jane. Check it out!  Our New Parish bulletin board was donated by The Ladies Guild.


  PAAAAAIDDGIHPIGE

Adoration

Please join us

Fourth Tuesday of Every Month

at 7:00 P.M.

 Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament

Rosary of the Blessed Virgin Mary

Divine Mercy Chaplet

 Litany of the Blessed Virgin


April 9

7:30 am English Mass

9:30 am English Mass

11:00 am English Mass

12:30 pm Polish Mass

April 13

7:00 pm Holy Thursday Mass

April 14

3:00 pm Passion

8:00 pm Polish Stations

April 15

Basket Blessing 10:00 am, 11:00 am and 2:00 pm Polish

12:00 pm Bilingual

7:30 pm Easter Vigil

April 16

5:30 am Sunrise Polish Mass and Procession

7:30 am English Mass

9:30 am English Mass

11:00 am English Mass

12:30 pm Polish Mass

 


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Station of the Cross

(English) 6:30 pm

(Polish) 7:30 pm

every Friday during Lent

Living Stations of the Cross

Friday, April 7, 2017

English at 1:00 pm and 6:30pm.

Polish Stations/Mass at 8:00pm.

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Lent in Our Deanery

See what surrounding parishes our doing for Lent.

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Listen to Relevant Radio 950 AM
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St. Jane’s High School Youth Ministry

(Open to all High School Teens)

Call the rectory and talk with Lupe at 733-767-2411.


Results from Renew My Church Survey


St. Jane Spring Craft and Vendor Show

9am to 2pm

St. Jane’s Ward Hall, 52nd And McVicker, Chicago

Join us for our great Spring Craft and Vendor Fair! As we have in the past, we will be featuring some of the areas most favorite Crafters and Vendors and several new ones as well! Find lots of goodies to fill those Easter Baskets and just enjoy some time out of the house after being shut in all winter! Spring Is Here and you can start enjoying it at the      St. Jane Spring Craft and Vendor show! And please… Share this event with your family and friends!


St. Padre Pio Knights of Columbus

Fasano Pies Sale

Members will be outside of Church taking orders for Fasano Pies, both fruit and a few varieties of cream pies, on Sundays

March 25 & 26

April 1 & 2

April 8 & 9

Pick up will be at St. Jane de Chantal Ward Hall Holy Saturday, April 15, 2017

 


SPRED – Special Religious Education

Faith Formation and Inclusion for Children and Adults with Developmental Disabilities.

SPRED  (Special Religious Development) created by the Archdiocese of Chicago is a unique program offering spiritual enrichment, for persons with developmental disabilities and/or learning problems including autism and ADHD. With the support of the SPRED Agency, a parish welcomes these children and adults into small faith community where they form friendships with people from the parish who journey with them in faith. SPRED helps each participant to know God and prepare them for full participation in the sacramental life of the parish.

There are four particular age groups in the SPRED Archdiocese program with each parish focusing on a certain age group. The groups are: 6-10 year old children; 11-16 year old teens; 17-21 year old young people; and adults (22 years and older). The SPRED program at St. Jane offers the opportunity to young adults and adults.   Our group consists of eight adult volunteer and seven friends.  Through prayer, activities, stories, Scripture reading, song and a simple meal, our catechists’ help our special friends learn and understand about our faith.

If you are a parent with a special needs child or adult we welcome you to further explore this unique program.  For additional information please contact our rectory and ask to speak to Fr. Cronin or Deacon Ron.

We are also in need of volunteers.  Please note that You Do Not Need Experience or feel that you must have prior knowledge of what this is about.  The only requirement is that you are over 21 years of age and have a love for working with people!  Believe me when I say, SPRED is a very worthwhile ministry where the rewards far outweigh the benefits. To learn more please contact the rectory and speak to Deacon Ron.

 


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* Are you feeling a call to serve at St. Jane? Have you possibly thought of offering your services as a Eucharistic Minister? Contact Deacon Ron at 773.585.2617 and let’s talk.

* Are you feeling a call to serve at St. Jane? Have you possibly thought of joining the Hungry & Homeless group, offering assistance to the poor and homeless? Contact Deacon Ron at 773.585.2617 and let’s talk.

* Are you feeling a call to serve at St. Jane? Have you possibly thought of exploring our new SPRED Religious Education Program for children, adolescents and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Contact Mrs. Irma Villarreal at 773.484.5215 and let’s talk.

* Are you feeling a call to serve at St. Jane in other ways? Contact Deacon Ron at 773.585.2617 and let’s talk.

To see all our ministries click here PARISH MINISTRIES

Summer is a great time to relax and reflect on what it might be that God is calling us to. Ministry is not just about doing. It is all about hearts touching hearts, hands reaching out to hands, prayers that bring hope to the hopeless. Knowing that we all have a part to play in God’s plan of Salvation in bringing about His Kingdom here on earth.


The St. Jane Senior Club

Meeting are on the 1st and 3rd Monday of each month.

Lee Krizka of the Spinal Cord Foundation will give a presentation on Service Animals at the April 3 meeting of the St. Jane de Chantal Senior Club at 10:30 a.m. in Ward Hall. Afterward coffee and pastry from La Petite will be served, then a raffle and door prize. There is a   $3 door fee to attend the meeting. Membership is open to anyone 50+ years old, dues are $10/year. Everyone is welcomed to join us at a meeting. Come early and take advantage of the free book exchange before the meeting.

                                                     


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The St. Jane Ladies Guild has not one, but two, events in the coming week.  First is our regular monthly bunco to be held on Tuesday, March 28, at 7:00 pm in the school lunchroom.  The cost is $10 per player and participants are asked to bring a snack to share.  Soft drinks, water and coffee will be supplied by the Guild, but BYOB if you’re over 21!  Cash prizes are awarded based on the number of players and we run a split the pot as well!  This is a fun game played by all ages – come join the group!!  Call Andi at 773-610-5686 if you have questions!

If Bunco isn’t your game, consider taking part in the Ladies Guild Paint Nite on Friday, March 31, in Ward Hall, at 7:00 pm.  Even if you think you don’t have an artistic bone in your body, we can make you a believer!  Instructors from Bottle and Bottega will walk you through the steps to create your own 16X20 masterpiece.  The cost per person is $45.  While this is a BYOB event, the Ladies Guild will provide a variety of snacks and finger foods along with non alcoholic beverages to keep you going through the creative process.  Registration is required so get on line at www.bottleandbottega.com/lagrange or call 708-441-4300. This is a very popular ladies night out and is open to ALL, so get the girls together for this fun evening!  Proceeds from all our events support the school and your children.

 


 

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The Holy Name officers will hold their monthly Board meeting this Tuesday, March 28th at the Man Cave. All officers, chairmen and members are invited. Drop by if you have any topic you would like the Holy Name to address in upcoming meetings. This is the meeting that makes it all work, so participation is greatly appreciated.

Next Sunday April 2nd, is our annual Ham-O-Rama Breakfast in Ward hall.         Breakfast is served from 7:30 AM till 11:00 when our annual Ham raffle will be drawn. Price is just $6 a person with kids under 8 eating for free. We will be serving, Ham & Eggs, Biscuits & Gravy, Sausage, Coffee/Juice/Milk, Bread and Sweet Rolls. We invite all to come over to Ward Hall and enjoy a very affordable breakfast! Come out to meet the Easter Bunny as well.

Century Club – April 2017

This is the last week to obtain your     Century Club ticket. The Holy Name members will sell 1000 tickets for just $10 each. The raffle winners are determined by the mid-day and nighttime Pick 3 numbers throughout April, 2017. Each winner will win $50. On Sundays, the winners will win $250 each. Total Payouts scheduled is $5000.

These tickets are also available till Friday night at the Rectory, Soukal Florist and Zakic Financial Services during regular business hours.

The Century Club has done many great things for our parish from its inception over 50 years ago. Holy Name members will be selling the tickets after all remaining Sunday’s Masses till April. Please help us keep up the good work this raffle has done in the past and will do in the future by buying or selling a ticket or two.

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Share your talent!!!   We need You!

Do you play any instruments or Sing?

Do you know someone who does?

We need you for our Sundays

Reading music is not necessary!

Thursday Choir Meetings!

If you are interested in joining any of the choirs –

Children’s Choir 2:35pm, Teen Choir 5:30pm and Adult Choir 7:00pm.

Contact Andrzej Ciupek music director, if interested at

773- 767-2411 Or

email me andrzej.stjanedechantal@yahoo.com

Sing with Jesus!!!

 


 HUNGRY AND HOMELESS

Our Hungry & Homeless Brown Bag group aside from making monthly sandwiches, has become involved with an activity called “We Care Bags”.

It is a 1 gallon zip lock bag containing snacks and assorted items in “Travel Size”  such as; chemical hand-warmer packets, winter gloves, lip balm, wet wipes, tissues, soap, toothbrush & toothpaste kits, travel size first aid kit, combs, shampoo, deodorant, shave cream, disposable shavers, granola bars, crackers, candy, cookies, pudding… the list is endless.

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Once collected and sorted they are placed in a bags.  We ask that all items donated be Travel Size in order for everything to fit in a zip lock bag.   The “We Care Bags” will be handed out to the homeless as our teams travel throughout the city.  A special collection box will be set up at the front of the church to accept donations.

If you have any questions or would like to be part of our Hungry & Homeless group please contact Deacon Ron at 773-585-2617. Deacon Ron


                                     

ADULT SERVERS FOR 7:30AM MASS NEEDED

The adult community would make wonderful servers for this Mass. Please call me if interested and I will give you a quick lesson. No experience needed, just your faith and a willingness to serve the Lord.


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2 thoughts on “Our Parish!

  1. I would like to become a parishioner of St. Jane’s how do I register? Can I do it on line or do I need to come to the rectory/parish office? And where is that located.

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