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Welcome to St. Peter the Apostle Catholic Church

Welcome, and thank you for visiting St. Peter the Apostle Catholic Church online. We hope that our Web site highlights the wide variety of worship, fellowship, and service opportunities available. Please feel free to read more about our parish on this site, or come in for a visit. We would love to greet you and share with you our love for Jesus Christ.
 

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Upcoming:

Sunday, June 13 | 11:00 am 

Saturday, June 5 | 5:00 pm

Knights of Columbus Council 10884 - Itasca
Knights of Columbus Council 10884 - Itasca
Knights of Columbus Council 10884 - Itasca

Knights of Columbus
Council 10884 - Itasca

 

Schedule of Services

MASS TIMES

Saturday (Vigil Mass)

5:00 pm

Sunday

8:30 am | 10:00 am | 11:30 am

Weekdays

8:00 am M-F and First Saturday
 

CONFESSIONS

Saturdays | 4:15 - 4:45 pm

Wednesdays | 8:30 am
(following 8 am Mass)

First Saturdays | 8:30 am
(following 8 am Mass)

Also available by appointment

EUCHARISTIC EXPOSITION
AND ADORATION

First Friday of the month.

Begins following 8:00 am Mass
and concludes at 8:00 pm.

Adorers are needed every hour.

TRAVELING?

Visit catholicmasstime.org
for the location and schedule of
Masses throughout the U.S.

Parish Center Hours
Monday  Thursday

8:30 am to 2:00pm

Friday-Sunday
CLOSED (or by appointment)

Emergency Number

630-773-1272 (ext. 1)

- PHASE 5 COVID-19 Protocols -
Guidelines for Mass Attendance and Parish Activities

(as of June 11, 2021)

 

The state of Illinois entered Phase 5 on Friday, June 11, 2021, which means that all sectors of society will fully reopen. The Diocese of Joliet will follow Illinois public health guidelines and offers. Click on the link below for details for church services and activities effective June 11, 2021:

NOTE: MASS SIGN-UP IS NO LONGER NECESSARY. Parishioners are invited to Mass without registration or seating restrictions. In accordance with current Centers for Disease Control (CDC) guidance, fully-e individuals can participate in indoor and outdoor activities, large or small, without wearing a mask or physical distancing. (“fully-vaccinated” refers to people who are two weeks past their last required COVID-19 vaccine dose.) Individuals who have not been vaccinated should continue to wear masks.

The 10:00 am weekend mass will remain a "Safe" mass for those who still prefer to adhere to safety protocols. Alternate row seating will be in place; masks and hand sanitizer will be optional.

PARISH UPDATES / NOTIFICATIONS

During these unprecedented and ever-changing times, this section of the website will continue to provide updates to reflect changes to St. Peter the Apostle Parish activities and events, including weekend and weekday Mass schedules. Blast emails are also being sent out weekly to keep parishioners informed. Links to copies of the emails are included below.

If you are not currently registered to receive emails, you may sign up by clicking HERE.

Fr. Noesen continues to monitor the situation and will take guidance and direction from the Diocese of Joliet and will follow any protocol that may be deemed necessary by Bishop Ronald Hicks.

Everyone is urged to use personal judgment and be prudent in making decisions related to any activities for themselves and their families. For more information and recommendations,
please visit the website for the Center for Disease Control and Prevention:

https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/about/index.html

As of June 12, 2021:

Weekly Updates (06/12/2021) can be viewed HERE

Weekly Updates (06/05/2021) can be viewed HERE

Weekly Updates (05/29/2021) can be viewed HERE

Weekly Updates (05/22/2021) can be viewed HERE

Weekly Updates (05/15/2021) can be viewed HERE

Weekly Updates (05/08/2021) can be viewed HERE

Weekly Updates (05/01/2021) can be viewed HERE

Weekly Updates (04/17/2021) can be viewed HERE

Weekly Updates (04/10/2021) can be viewed HERE

Weekly Updates (04/03/2021) can be viewed HERE

Weekly Updates (03/27/2021) can be viewed HERE

Weekly Updates (03/20/2021) can be viewed HERE

Weekly Updates (03/13/2021) can be viewed HERE

Weekly Updates (03/06/2021) can be viewed HERE

Weekly Updates (02/27/2021) can be viewed HERE

Weekly Updates (02/20/2021) can be viewed HERE

Weekly Updates (02/13/2021) can be viewed HERE

Weekly Updates (02/06/2021) can be viewed HERE

 

St. Peter's recently received $45.33
from AmazonSmile proceeds.
 
Please sign-up for AmazonSmile and help support the parish when making your Amazon purchases.
 
Every little bit helps!
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Please select
"St. Peter Parish (Itasca) (176)"
from the dropdown menu on the donor page

Dear Parish Family,

I would encourage you to continue to be faithful not only in your Sunday giving to the parish but also in your support of this year’s Diocese of Joliet Catholic Ministries Annual Appeal. Thanks to the parishioners who have contributed and pledged to the annual appeal this year. At Saint Peter the Apostle Parish we still have a way to go as you can see from the numbers below.
 

  • 2021 Goal for Saint Peter the Apostle Parish - $52,400

  • Amount Pledged to date - $49,895

  • Amount Paid to date - $45,020


Please help our parish reach our mandated target goal by next month. Gifts are slowly coming in so let’s make a tremendous effort this week or month so we can move on to other important matters in our parish. Please find a pledge envelope at the entrances of the church. Fill it out with your payment or pledge and drop it in the Sunday collection or mail it to the Diocese. You can also make your gift online through the Diocesan website by clicking on the link above.

Simply do what you can, allow the Lord to direct you in your generosity, take your part in the work of Jesus Christ – be a partner in caring for God’s people. Consider becoming a member of the Bishop’s Deo Gratias Society. God bless you for your generosity and support.
 

Father Noesen

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More information about St. Faustina Kowalska and the Divine Mercy Chaplet can be found using this link –
 
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