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.
Schedule of Services


Saturday (Vigil Mass)

5:00 pm


8:30 am | 10:00 am | 11:30 am


8:00 am M-F and First Saturday



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


First Friday of the month.

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

Adorers are needed every hour.


for the location and schedule of
Masses throughout the U.S.

Parish Center Hours
Monday  Thursday

8:30 am to 2:00pm

CLOSED (or by appointment)

Emergency Number

630-773-1272 (ext. 1)


Dear Parish Family,

I am quite excited to see so many more parishioners lately coming back for
Holy Mass – the greatest prayer on earth. I hope to welcome all of you home again this Christmas! Please know that we continue to practice safety precautions, requiring wearing masks and sanitizing hands at each Mass at St. Peter the Apostle Parish.

Many parishioners have now returned to in-person Mass, and very few regularly watch our live-stream Masses. Therefore, effective immediately the parish will no longer live-stream Masses. Please know that, whether you attend Mass or are unable to join us in person, each of you will continue to be held in my prayers and intentions at all my Christmas Masses this season. For those who continue to remain at home and are unable come to Mass for Christmas and beyond, live-streamed Masses can be viewed each day on EWTN and Catholic TV.


If you are homebound and would like to receive the Eucharist, please contact Deacon Fred at the parish center so that a regular visit can be arranged. If you are in need of the Sacraments of Reconciliation or the Anointing of the Sick, please call my extension.


May Jesus Christ bring his eternal love and peace to you and your families at Christmas and bless you in the New Year of 2022. You will all have a very special remembrance in the celebration of the Mass on Christmas Day.


In Christ our Lord, 

Father Noesen

COVID-19 Protocols
Guidelines for Mass Attendance and Parish Activities

(as of October 6, 2021)


The progress of the COVID‑19 pandemic in Illinois remains unpredictable. The Diocese of Joliet continues to consult with public health, education, and civil authorities and modify requirements as conditions, mandates, and guidance change. We are committed to providing an integrated, safe, responsible, and balanced perspective. Faithful citizenship is key. We expect individuals to take personal responsibility for the common good, and their own safety. Remember that taking every precaution to reduce the spread of the virus is an act of charity toward others in Christ, particularly toward the sick, the elderly, and those too young to receive vaccine protection.


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 October 6, 2021:

NOTE: MASS SIGN-UP IS NO LONGER NECESSARY. Parishioners are invited to Mass without registration or seating restrictions. WEARING A MASK is REQUIRED for everyone – vaccinated or not – while INSIDE the church and parish facilities.


For those who prefer to adhere to distancing protocols, "Safe Seating" is provided at ALL masses. Please use the front left (west) section of the Church if you wish to maintain social distancing at mass. Alternate-row seating is in place; masks and hand sanitizer are encouraged. 


Click HERE to see a chart of the "safe seating" section.



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:

As of January 22, 2022:

> Weekly Updates (01/22/2022) can be viewed HERE

> Weekly Updates (01/15/2022) can be viewed HERE

> Weekly Updates (01/08/2022) can be viewed HERE

> Weekly Updates (01/01/2022) can be viewed HERE

> Weekly Updates (12/25/2021) can be viewed HERE

> Weekly Updates (12/18/2021) can be viewed HERE