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Posted on: Sat, Jul. 10, 2021

Letter from Cardinal Cupich

(07/09/21) “When violence prompts grief, fear, and a loss of hope, as it always does, people feel alienated from one another,” writes Cardinal Blase J. Cupich. We, at OLPH, share in the concern by our Archbishop of Chicago regarding the recent acts of violence in Chicago. “As we recover from the pandemic and embrace a more familiar way of life, the comfort of normalcy we had hoped for is being spoiled by a menacing violence... Read More...

Posted on: Fri, Jan. 29, 2021

OLPH In The News! The OLPH Women's Club Dignity Drive is featured in a wonderful article in this week's Daily Herald written by Dave Oberhelman.

CLICK HERE the link to go directly to the article.


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Posted on: Fri, Jan. 1, 2021

Busy & beautiful: Our Lady of Perpetual Help in Glenview celebrates Christmas Eve

Christmas Eve 2020 at Our Lady of Perpetual Help in Glenview was certainly a busy one. The church celebrated 18 masses in total, strictly adhering to Archdiocese of Chicago safety protocols for COVID-19.

But more than anything, it was also a...

Posted on: Wed, Dec. 9, 2020

On Saturday, the pandemic prevented the family of newly minted Cardinal Wilton Gregory from traveling to Rome to witness his elevation to become the first African American to serve on the highest governing body of the global Catholic church. But his sisters were there in spirit, watching online, reflecting on their brother’s journey into history.

By Maudlyne Ihejirika  Dec 1, 2020, 7:02pm CST

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Posted on: Tue, Oct. 27, 2020

On October 25, 2020, Archbishop Wilton Gregory was elevated to the position of Cardinal by Pope Francis. Gregory (pictured here presiding over the 2019 OLPh Outdoor Mass) served as a parish priest at OLPH from 1973-7976.

Click here for Father Boland's reaction to the news.

Click here for the NBC News segment.

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Posted on: Fri, Sep. 18, 2020

Hello OLPH!  My name is Mary Lynne Januszewski.  I am so excited to be your new Director of Finance and Operations!  It has always been a dream of mine to somehow incorporate my business background into a parish setting, as I have always loved numbers and parish life – choosing Accounting for an undergraduate degree and Religious Ed for a master’s degree.

For the last 39 years I have worked in accounting at The Chicago Lighthouse for People Who Are Blind or Visually Impaired, lastly... Read More...

Posted on: Thu, Sep. 3, 2020

OLPH featured in an article in the August 27, 2020 edition of the Daily Herald. Written by DH staff reporter Dave Oberhelman.

Click here to go directly to the article.

Posted on: Thu, Aug. 6, 2020

Greetings to the OLPH Community!  My name is Margaret Waldron. I am delighted to be the Director of Religious Education at OLPH. What a blessing this opportunity is for me! 
I fell in love with teaching catechism and then pursued graduate studies in ministry. I come from St. Athanasius Parish in Evanston where I served as DRE since December 2013, while also working for corporate attorneys in the Loop for many years.  
My grandparents, Jim and Edna Waldron, were OLPH parishioners... Read More...

Posted on: Mon, Jul. 20, 2020

Our own Fr. Larry Basbas was featured in the Chicago Catholic. Click the link below... Read More...

Posted on: Mon, Jul. 20, 2020

OLPH in the News! OLPH was featured in the Glenview Announcements. Here is the link to the story about July 4 Celebrations.... Read More...