During this Easter season, take a moment to read or listen to the sermon given by Bishop Joseph Perry. "Sometimes we find ourselves on the wrong side of Easter..."
Regina Magazine had an interview with Rev. C. Frank Phillips about how a dying parish came to life. The recipe for success is as time-tested as it is Catholic. A crumbling 19th century church building, with a severely depleted congregation, was in threat of closure...
La tavola di San Giuseppe! A grand meal, devotions, desserts, and Italian traditions! On Saturday, March 14, 2015, parishioners, family and friends came to honor the 'Foster-Father of Our Lord.' See photos...
900 people attended the concert. Thanks to all attendees, musicians, and volunteers for making it a huge success! This epic performance by the St. Cecilia Choir with the Resurrection Choir & Orchestra included the Mozart Grand Mass in C Minor and the famous Mozart Vespers in its entirety!
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 Pontifical Exhibition, 'Peter & Patrimony' was opened on Sunday, February 22. Hundreds toured the display on its opening day. This exhibit can now be seen on Sunday mornings after any of the Masses. Highlights include...
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.
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.
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."
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.« First < 2 3 4 5 6 > Last »