Athletic Association is dedicated to the enhancement of athletic programs and fosters team concepts for all parish youth.
Altar Servers assist the priest throughout the daily, weekly, funeral and wedding Masses.
Boy Scout Troop, sponsored by the Holy Name Society, is primarily made up of boys between the ages of 10 and 18.
Catholic Ladies Guild assists the pastor in furthering the spiritual and social interests of the parish.
Ladies Guild is open to all women of the parish, this organization combines fundraising efforts supporting the school and parish with fun events and socialization.
First Tuesdays of the month meeting are held at 7:00pm in the school lunchroom. Come check us out and see what we’re doing this year!
Century Club is a fund raising organization holding monthly raffles.
Choirs (Children and Adult) sing at weekly liturgies and on special occasions.
Eucharistic Ministers assist in the distribution of the Body and Blood of Christ during daily, weekend and holy day Masses.
Girl Scouts are divided into two groups Daisies are in kindergarten and Brownies are first, second and third graders.
Holy Name Society, is an organization of men, who volunteer their time and talents to benefit the Church and School of St. Jane and who sponsor the boy scouts, support the St. Vincent de Paul Society, and organize many social activities for members and their spouses.
All Men of the Church are Welcome to the monthly meeting second Tuesday of the month at 7:30pm in Ward Hall.
Hungry and Homeless Committee gives support and assistance to the needy in the community and the homeless of the city. Brown bag is held once a month to making sandwiches lunches for homeless.
Lectors are lay men and women who proclaim the Scripture readings at Eucharistic and other liturgies.
Ministers of Care bring the Eucharist to the sick and homebound of the Parish.
R.C.I.A. is the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults. This is a process by which persons become members of the Catholic Church.
Religious Education Program is a program for children enrolled in non-parochial schools.
SPRED Program is a network of services designed to assist persons with developmental disabilities and or learning problems to become integrated into parish assemblies of worship through the process of education in faith. SPRED services are provided through the leadership of the Special Religious Development Agency of the Catholic Archdiocese of Chicago. If you would like to learn more about how a loved one can benefit from this no-charge program please contact Deacon Ron at 773-585-2617 or leave a message at the rectory to be called back.
St. Vincent de Paul Society provides emergency short term materials for the needs of our parish.
School Board works to ensure quality Catholic education for the children attending our parish school and helps in fund raising activities.
Seniors is a large social organization for parish members who are 50 + years of age or older. Seniors Meeting are 1st and 3rd Mondays of the month at 10:30am in Ward Hall, 5151 S. McVicker AV., Chicago. Coffee, tea, and pastries are served at every meeting and occasionally we also serve lunch. Dues are $10/year and there is a $3.00 door fee.
The St. Jane de Chantal Senior Club was organized in 1980
- To promote the welfare of its members through involvement in parish, community, civil, and social activities
- To promote the spiritual welfare of our members through Mass Liturgy and other liturgical events.
If your parish no longer has a senior club, you are welcomed to join ours, currently we have members from several nearby parishes, you may see your neighbors.
School Volunteers serve as teachers’ aides, lunch room moms, field trip chaperones, and a variety of other ways as determined by the principal and teachers.
Youth Ministry for High School students in the parish of St. Jane and Our Lady of the Snows Parish.
Ushers assist in the weekend and special liturgies by greeting parishioners, seating them, taking up of the collections and directing the flow of people for communion.
If you are interested in any of the above Ministries call the Rectory at 773-767-2411.
Our very own parishioner Thomas Donegan accepts a Christifideles Archdiocesan Award from the Cardinal at Holy Name Cathedral On October 26, 2014.
Congratulations to Geri Szymusiak who was awarded the “Christifideles Archdiocesan Award ” in recognition for service in the life of our parish. On Sunday, January 10, 2016 at Holy Name Cathedral.
Congratulation to Ed Gazda who received the Christifideles Archdiocesan Award on October 29, 2017 at Holy Name Cathedral from Cardinal Cupich.
Catechetical and Youth Award
On May 6, 2015
Bishop Blasé J. Cupich
Presented The Catechetical and Youth Award
To Ms. Sue MacKenzie, REF Administrative Assistant
The ceremony took place at the Drury Lane in Oakbrook.