Liturgies

  • Weekend Mass Times:
  • Saturday: 5:30 PM (English)
  • Sunday: 7:45 AM, 10:30 AM, 5:00 PM (English)
  • 12:15 PM (Spanish)
  • 9:15 AM (First Sunday of the month only - German)
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  • Weekday Mass Times:
  • Monday: 8:30 AM (English)
  • Tuesday: 8:30 AM (English)
  • Wednesday: 8:30 AM and 6:00 PM (English)
  • Thursday: 8:30 AM (English)
  • Friday: 8:30 AM (English)
  • Saturday: 8:30 AM (English)

  • Holy Days and Holidays


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News and Upcoming Events

Volunteer to Help
With the Giving Tree

You are needed to staff and sort!


The Giving Tree involves almost every member of the parish in providing Christmas for about 100 individuals from Catholic Charities, clients of Lakeview Pantry, those helped by the Night Ministry and residents of Marah's Place.

We need lots of volunteers to "staff" the Giving Tree and then to sort the thousands of gifts!

Sign up here!

 

More information and FAQs, as well as gifts you can contribute here.

 

 

 

Advent Family Day

November 23 at 12:30 PM


Join us for a fun afternoon for all family members.

 

You'll make an Advent wreath and ornaments for your Jesse tree. You'll take home kits for more ornaments and other materials to keep Advent in your family. A light lunch is included.

 

We sold out last year, so RSVP early!

 

 

 

2014 Christmas Ornament

Share a Little Bit
of St. Alphonsus
With Friends and Family

 

Our stained glass windows are masterpieces. We are begining a new tradition of offering them to you as Christmas ornaments.

 

These would make wonderful gifts for friends and family, as well as a lovely addition to your tree.

 

They will be on sale after mass and in the rectory. You can also purchase them online.

 

Benefactors' Club is Back

Join Now To Qualify
for Early Bird Drawing

 

The Benefactors' Club is a raffle, with the chance to win $250 every two weeks, from December 17, 2014 until June 10, 2015.

 

There is also a $1000 Early Bird Drawing on December 3 and a $4000 Grand Prize Drawing on June 24.

A membership enters you into each semi-monthly drawing for $250, as well as the Early Bird and Grand Prize drawings.

Only 250 memberships will be sold.

 

Purchase your membership here.

 

Read to Feed

Help Kids Be Ordinary Heroes

 

Our Religious Education students are embarked on their third annual Read to Feed project.

 

The way it works: they pledge to read a certain number of books / pages during October and November. Friends and families pledge a certain amount of money per book / group of pages.

 

The money is collected for Heifer, which provides pairs of breeding animals to help ensure sustainable agriculture for families in over one hundred countries.

 

How can you help? Go to GiveCentral and help our kids be heroes by making your own donation!

 

Study the Prophets

of the Old Testament

Bible Study resumes on alternate Mondays at 7:00 PM beginning October 6


Jenna Patitucci will lead the discussion about the Prophets. We hear them read on Sundays, but often don't know their context or historical situation.

Learn about these fascinating books in our Scriptures. No prior experience with Bible study is necessary.

The book is on sale in the rectory, and is available from Amazon.

 

 

 

Great Books
at St. Alphonsus

 

Read some of the great classics of Western literature and discuss them with friends.

For information, go here.

 

SAVE helps you
and helps the parish

St. Alphonsus Values Education

 

Find out how you can reduce the amount of tuition to any educational institution, or reduce the balance of your student loans, by making everyday purchases.

 

Check out the details here....

 

Find out what is happening in Guatemala
Fr. Hurlbert has a blog

 

You might want to catch up with Fr. Hurlbert's mission in Guatemala. He is engaged in developing religious education and building a chapel.

You can find him here....

 

The Athenaeum Theatre
A Chicago Treasure
In Our Backyard

 

Have you been to the Athenaeum? The line up of shows continues- and there is a little something for everyone: comedy, drama, dance, music.


Part of the parish since 1911, the Theatre is also part of Chicago tradition.


Besides a parishioner discount on tickets, you can explore discounted local dining before or after with restaurant partners. All without paying for parking!