Don't miss this once-in-a-lifetime event! This epic March 8th performance by the St. Cecilia Choir with the Resurrection Choir & Orchestra includes the Mozart Grand Mass in C Minor and the famous Mozart Vesperae solennes de confessore, K. 339 in its entirety! See you at 5:30 pm on March 8th.
Lent is a privileged season of grace for the entire Church. We are offering Stations of the Cross every Friday with a Lenten Sermon. We also observe the 'Roman Stational Churches' which can help invigorate your devotional life. You could also come to Mass more often or pray the Rosary or Vespers (Evening Prayer) with the priests and brothers...
View our Schedule of Performing Arts featuring dance, Opera, Drama, Piano, Chamber Music, and Shakespeare! Or see our Schedule of Sacred Music. Consider attending a Latin High Mass with one of choirs or enjoying a concert or drama for cultural and social enrichment.
Beginning at noon on Friday, February 27, and going until noon on Saturday, February 28, the Sacrament of Penance will be celebrated at 24 parishes in Chicago. St. John Cantius Church is privileged to participate in this Archdiocesan endeavor inspired by Pope Francis.
The Knights of Columbus Council #361 is sponsoring a Saturday retreat for Men and Women. The dates are Saturday, March 7 (Women) and Saturday, March 21 (Men). The retreat includes Mass, Conferences, Confessions and a Meal. Come and deepen your relationship with Christ!
The Pontifical Exhibition, 'Peter & Patrimony' was opened to the 'City and to the World' on Sunday, February 22. Hundreds toured the display on its opening day. This permanent exhibit can now be seen on Sunday mornings, after any of the Masses. Highlights include...
Allelúia is a word familiar to all Christendom, whether the language of the local liturgy is Latin or Greek, Spanish or Ukrainian, Polish or Vietnamese. It is the Latinized form of Hebrew’s Hallelujah (i.e., “Praise the Lord”). In the West, we associate Allelúia with the joy of the Resurrection and Easter. Consequently, the Church buries the Allelúia while we put on the ashes and sackcloth of penance.
View photos and read some of the reflections from the brave youth and young-adults of Saint John Cantius 'Crusaders for Life' who joined the more than half-million people at the annual March for Life in Washington, D.C.
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...
Hundreds of youth from ‘Crusaders for Life’ loaded on double-decker buses to attend Chicago's March for Life and after spreading a joyful pro-life message around the city they joined Archbishop Blase Cupich and 4,000 plus crowd with their signature yellow balloons. See photo gallery and video.1 2 3 > Last »