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.
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.
Learn how the St. Martha's Guild, a group of women from St. John Cantius Church are attempting to revive the art of art of liturgical embroidery and needle crafts. The guild now how has a beautiful web site full of inspiration, tutorials, photos, and more.
Read an article about the rich architecture of St. John Cantius Church, its history and development on the "Trail of Churches," the string of grand churches visible from the Kennedy Expressway.
On Tuesday, May 27 at 7:30 p.m., Cardinal Francis George, O.M.I. ordained Fr. Joshua Caswell, Fr. Nathan Caswell, and Fr. Kevin Mann to the Holy Order of the Priesthood. View photo gallery and read more...
A meditation about St. Joseph in the Christmas mystery by Fr. Anthony Rice, SJC. St. Joseph plays a prominent role in the first few chapters of the Gospels of St. Matthew and St. Luke. The seasons of Advent and Christmas are an excellent time to meditate on St. Joseph. The Church wants us to know more about St. Joseph and his role in the great plan of Redemption...
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