- 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)
- Weekday Mass Times:
- Monday: 8:30 AM (English)
- Tuesday: 8:30 AM (English)
- Wednesday: 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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From here, you can explore many other places on the web to get information, to feed your faith, to pray, and even to shop!The Archdiocese of Chicago
- The Catholic New World - the official paper of the Archdiocese
- Subscribe to the "Cardinal's Network" for periodic emails from Cardinal George.
- Access Cardinal George's Facebook page.
- The Catechism of the Catholic Church
- The Church Fathers
- Fr Robert Barron - The Word on Fire
- An excellent source for young adult Catholics - Busted Halo
- Catholic Online
- American Catholic - St. Anthony Messenger
- Online Catholic TV
- Reading St. Thomas Aquinas in English and Latin
- Reading Bl. John Henry Newman
- A guide to How to Pick Out a Bible
- The Bible - from Biblia Clerus
- Reading the Gospel of Mark over 75 days
- Reading the Gospel of Matthew with a guide and reflection questions
- Bible study with links to many useful articles - Daily Word of Life
- The Word Among Us - Catholic periodical and web site reflecting on the daily Scripture readings.
The prayer of the Church
- The readings for mass - daily and Sunday
- The Liturgy of the Hours - the cycle of psalms, Scripture readings and prayers that is the official prayer of the Church
- A summary of prayers and practices - that you learned as a kid - or should have!
- Magnificat is a monthly periodical with the daily mass readings, daily prayer and reflections from throughout the church's tradition. They also have a great resource for kids called Magnifikids, with a weekly magazine that includes daily prayers, activities and articles and preparation for Sunday mass.
- Give Us This Day also provides daily prayer, the readings for mass, and many short and longer articles for reflection.
- Living With Christ is another option - an excellent periodical and web site based on the daily readings.
- Reflections - Lectio, Liturgy and Living - connecting the Sunday Scriptures to our lives.
- Living Faith is a quarterly publication now available on the Kindle app.
- Pray As You Go - an excellent podcast for daily prayer. Download or listen online.
- A guide to Lectio Divina - Sacred Reading
- Using Ignatian Meditation to pray the Scriptures.
- Creighton University Ministries has a wealth of online material.
- Saint of the Day from St. Anthony Messenger. Also available as an iTunes app.
- Sacred Space from the Irish Jesuits.
- Three Minute Retreat from Loyola Press.
- Daily Prayer Online from the Australian Jesuits.
- Praying the Rosary
- A beginner's guide to praying the Rosary
- The Apostleship of Prayer is a way to consecrate your day to God, and to pray along with the Pope's monthly intentions.
- The daily Examen of consciousness/conscience
- The Examen as a downloadable mp3
- Ways of Prayer - video series with Fr. James Martin, SJ
- Praying Each Day is a compilation of a number of handy links.
- Take Five Daily is a daily reflection on the readings and/or saint for the day. You can subscribe and get these in your mailbox, as well.
Apps you might like
- iMissal - Gives you the daily readings, the liturgical calendar and other prayers.
- Divine Office.org also has a very useful app
- Beginning Contemplative Prayer includes steps, prayer, music sessions and ways to pray based on the book by Sr. Kathryn J. Hermes, fsp.
- Catholic News Service
- Catholic New World - Archdiocese of Chicago
- CathNews USA
- Zenit - The World Seen From Rome
Shop in the online St. Alphonsus Bookstore on Amazon. The staff has preselected items just for you.
Subscribe to some good magazines. All of these have significant web content, as well.
- America - Published by the Jesuits with news, opinion, articles on theology and spirituality
- Our Sunday Visitor - A good 'middle-of-the-road' periodical with a practical focus.
- U.S. Catholic - Opinion and articles on spirituality and the practice of the faith, published by the Claretians.
- St. Anthony Messenger - Published by the Franciscans.
- The Ligourian - Published by the Redemptorists
- Conversion Diary - Jennifer Fulwiler went from atheist to Catholic. These are her reflections on that experience, as well as her daily life.
- On the Square - Daily articles from many of the contributors to First Things
- John Allen's blog - Commenting on events in the institutional church
- Pauline Books and Media is downtown at Michigan and Randolph
- Watra's is on the south side on Archer Avenue.
- There are a number of online and local sources for Certified Fair Trade items and food.
- Satellite Theology Program (STEP) at Notre Dame - non-credit online courses
- Notre Dame also offers free online lectures by some of its professors.
- Lumen Christi Institute - speakers and seminars at the University of Chicago
- Catholic Theological Union - located in Hyde Park, offers a number of non-credit as well as credit courses, including online options.
- The Chicago Catholic Scripture School offers a two year and a four year non-credit course in the Bible.
- Boston College offers non-credit courses through its C21 Online program. Some 'mini-courses' are offered free of charge.
- Boston College also offers webstreaming/podcasts of many of its past events and guest lectures.