Don't miss this virtual experience of Saint John Cantius Church. Enjoy sweeping 360° high-definition panoramas of the artwork and architecture inside one of Chicago's most stunning churches. Also enjoy organ and choral music recorded live...
Read a Christmas meditation from Bishop Joseph Perry and enjoy some Christmas music. "Green and red are more than just holiday colors. Like the feast of Christmas itself these colors carry symbolic significance for our lives of faith." Join Bishop Perry this Christmas Eve for Pontifical Midnight Mass.
A stunning, museum-quality Neapolitan Praesepio (nativity scene), is one of the sacred art treasures on display at St. John Cantius. Learn more about the incredible masterpiece of art as you explore this article with video and photos.
Join us for on Monday, November 3rd at 7:30pm for the annual All Soul's Requiem Mass. The celebrant and homilist is Bishop Joseph N. Perry. Each year, the annual Mozart Requiem draws young and old, Catholics and non-Catholics alike to experience the rich heritage of the Catholic church's liturgical ceremonies and sacred music.
St. John Cantius opened its doors to hundreds of first time visitors as the landmark church was featured in The Chicago Architecture Foundation's "Open House Chicago". See photos of the event and learn more about the incredible architecture of St. John Cantius Church.
This year's Forty Hours Devotion was a graced time for our parish family to come before the Blessed Sacrament and receive special graces. Our parish held our annual Forty Hours Devotion from October 19th to the 22nd. Hundreds attended the concluding Solemn High Mass on Wednesday evening.View the photo gallery and read more...
The first weekend of October (3-5), nearly 75 participants gathered for a Sacred Liturgy Conference with Father John Zuhlsdorf, “Fr. Z” of “What Does the Prayer Really Say”, at St. John Cantius Parish. View photos and read more.
On Sunday, September 28th, 2014, more than two-hundred friends of the Canons Regular of Saint John Cantius gathered with priests and brothers of the order for an elegant meal, lively entertainment, and one another's company all with the cause of supporting the mission of Restoring the Sacred. The event was held at the beautiful English-gothic style Cathedral room at the University Club of Chicago overlooking Chicago’s lakefront. This year's event marked the record for highest attendance at he Annual Benefit Dinner.
View the music schedules for our Events of Music and Drama and Schedule of Sacred Music. Consider attending a Latin High Mass with one of choirs or enjoying our concert schedule for cultural and social enrichment.1 2 3 > Last »