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Schedule

The following liturgies are being broadcast from St. John Cantius Church in Chicago. All times are CDT (Central Daylight Time).

*NOTE: In this time of social distancing, all priests and servers in the broadcast are members of a religious community that live together as a family. Any other musicians singing for the liturgies are doing so in a separate location. The music offered differs from our usual scheduled music program.



Memorial Day Schedule


8:00 am—English Mass (Ordinary Form)
9:00 am—Latin Mass (Extraordinary Form)
***No other liturgies will be broadcast on Memorial Day***

Week Day Schedule


7:00 am—English Mass (Ordinary Form)
8:00 am—Latin Mass (Extraordinary Form)
4:30 pm—Rosary and Vespers
7:00 pm—Compline

Wednesday Evening


7:30 pm—Wednesday Evening Mass followed by Compline

Saturday


8:30 am—Latin Mass (Extraordinary Form)
4:00 pm—Rosary and Vespers
5:00 pm—Anticipated Sunday Mass (Ordinary Form) followed by Compline

Sunday


7:30 am—Low Mass (ExtraordinaryForm)
9:00 am—English High Mass (Ordinary Form)
11:00 am—Latin High Mass (Ordinary Form)
12:30 am—Latin High Mass (Extraordinary Form)
2:00 pm—Rosary and Solemn Vespers
6:00 pm—Compline


Staying Connected

During this time, if you want to make a confession appointment, request a sick call, or if you have any other need, please do not hesitate to contact contact the Parish Office at 312-243-7373 or by email at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

If there is a sacramental emergency for the sick or the dying, please call 312-243-7373 and wait for the special emergency number in the recording.


Giving

As we strive to meet the needs of our Parish and community in these uncertain times, your continued financial support is greatly appreciated. You can give online at Give Central ».

You may also make your Sunday contribution by texting from your mobile device:

    Sunday amount (eg 100) to 312-500-8293




The Canons Regular of St. John Cantius are a religious community of men dedicated to the 'Restoration of the Sacred' Learn more at Canons-Regular.org.