Mundelein Seminary is organizing a nine-day Novena for healing, justice and hope in response to the ongoing crisis within the Catholic Church. There will be nine Masses celebrated throughout the Archdiocese from Sept. 7 through Sept. 15. To see the full schedule of Novena Masses and to sign up to receive the Novena prayers via email, please visit this link: Healing Novena
This page has a list of recently published news and announcements.
Our pastor, Fr. Boland, invites you to a listening session Wednesday, September 5 at 7:00 pm in McDonnell Hall. This is an opportunity for those who are interested to come together as a community and listen to one another’s concerns and feelings.
This is a complex situation with many layers. In dialogue we can identify issues that can be forwarded to those in authority. It is important to reflect on ways we can ensure a safe environment here at OLPH. We need to find strength in one... Read More...
Extraordinary Ministers of Eucharist to the Sick
Ministers of Care bring Holy Communion to parishioners who are homebound, living in nursing homes, or in the hospital. They share with them the word of God in scripture, pray with them for the Church and the world, and offer them companionship. Through the Ministry of Care, we are able to keep long-time OLPH parishioners connected and active in our faith community. The work of the Ministry of Care is open to all members... Read More...
Instrumentalists and Singers of All Ages are Needed
Anytime is a great time to join one of the choirs and help continue to build the Music Ministry at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church. This is a wonderful opportunity to serve God and the parish through sharing your gifts of music and song. And it promises to be a lot of fun as well! The following groups are all directed by our music director, Russell Stern. New members are always welcome and encouraged to join... Read More...
The Fourth Annual Great Vespers for the Protection of the Environment
Host Location: Saints Peter and Paul Greek Orthodox Church
1401 Wagner Rd., Glenview, IL 60025
Please join us for this special prayer service and presentation.
Click here for event details.
The Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA) is a process of welcoming others into our Catholic family. RCIA is a journey of faith through which persons join, or complete their initiation into, the Catholic Church. RCIA is a program intended for anyone:
- Want to learn more about the Catholic Church.
- Are not baptized and want to become Christians through the Sacraments of Initiation.
- Are baptized Christians in another tradition or Catholic and want to explore... Read More...
Go make disciples and teach them everything that I have commanded you.
The Religious Education Program at OLPH needs volunteers. It has been a long tradition at OLPH that our parish family has offered their time and talents. It is through caring, sharing and praying that our community has grown in love and support of one another. The success of our religious education program depends on the dedicated individuals in our parish... Read More...
Do you know anyone interested in becoming actively involved with the life of the parish while forging life-long friendships? A gathering for prospective new members for the Women’s Club will be held on Tuesday, August 28 at 7:00 pm in the Francis Room (Lafayette Building). Please spread the word to anyone interested in joining a guild!
The Men’s Club Summer Raffle is our largest fundraiser for Sister Paulanne's Needy Family Fund and the hundreds of families she serves. We hope that we can count on your support this year as Sister’s needs are greater than ever. The drawing will be held September 8 at the 9th Annual OLPH Outdoor Mass and Block Party. The raffle is the only significant fundraising effort associated with the event. Follow this link to read... Read More...
Our parish-wide scripture study program features small groups of parishioners that meet weekly to study a specific book of the Bible. Our fall study, the Gospel of Luke, begins September 4 and continues to November 19.
The highly engaging Threshold Bible Study series provides readings, commentary from a theologian, and questions for reflection. Once a week, on days and times selected by participants, small groups meet to share prayer, fellowship, and insights. Meetings also... Read More...