This page has a list of recently published news and announcements.

Posted on: Mon, Mar. 5, 2018

NPH is coming to OLPH!

As a means of making Lent more real and compelling to parishioners at Our Lady of Perpetual Help, we will be welcoming thirteen young people and two chaperones from the NPH Guatemala orphanage home into our parish from March 6-19. They will be hosted by OLPH families in their homes and they will provide liturgical music at Masses on the weekend of March 10-11.

Meet the musical group from NPH Guatemala; a group of individuals who grew up in the home and... Read More...

Posted on: Fri, Mar. 2, 2018

Effective immediately, all parking spaces behind the Lafayette Building and Rectory, and adjacent to the Parish Ministry Center, are designated as handicapped parking during weekend Masses. Please be considerate of parishioners and visitors needing direct access to the wheelchair/walker path and elevator. Signage will be installed to identify the lot as a handicapped parking lot during weekend Masses.

Posted on: Wed, Feb. 28, 2018

The St. George Emblem award (presented by Bishop J. Perry at Holy Name Cathedral, January 28) recognizes adults in the Archdiocese for their significant contributions and many years of support for the Catholic Youth Ministry at the local level. Recipients are chosen by a selection committee of the Archdiocese Catholic Committee on Scouting.

Pictured with Fr. Boland: Troop 57 Committee Members Ernesto Aguilar and Will Meyers, Sr. Paulanne Held and Troop 57 Scoutmaster Dr. Alex Quezada... Read More...

Posted on: Tue, Feb. 27, 2018

OLPH Boy Scout Troop 57 and Cub Scout Pack 57 received the Pope Paul VI Gold Level Award for National Catholic Unit Excellence at a ceremony at Holy Name Cathedral on January 28, marking the 44th year that OLPH’s Scout units have received this award.

Posted on: Mon, Feb. 26, 2018

Alexander Quezada II, a senior at New Trier High School, is the newest Eagle Scout from OLPH Troop 57. Eagle Scout is the highest rank attainable in the Boy Scouts of America program. The requirements necessary to achieve this rank take years to fulfill, including earning at least 21 merit badges, demonstrating Scout spirit, service, and leadership, and completing an extensive service project that the Scout plans, organizes, leads, and manages.

Posted on: Sun, Feb. 25, 2018

Earlier this month, we celebrated OLPH’s annual Scout Mass. Eight members of Boy Scout Troop 57 received the Ad Altare Dei (To the Altar of God) religious award. This award focuses on the seven sacraments to help the Scouts in their spiritual growth and in the development of their faith life. (The medals were awarded by Bishop Perry at Holy Name Cathedral, January 28.) Please look for future announcements and photos to be posted in this space.

Ad Altare Dei recipients pictured with Fr... Read More...

Posted on: Fri, Feb. 23, 2018

Earlier this month, we celebrated OLPH’s annual Scout Mass. We have a vital scouting program and are very proud of their accomplishments and leadership. Eleven members of Cub Scout Pack 57 earned the Light of Christ and Parvuli Dei (Children of God) awards, given in special recognition by the Catholic Church to a Cub Scout for advancement in religious knowledge and spiritual growth. Several awards and accomplishments of the Scouting program at OLPH were recognized. (Please look for future... Read More...

Posted on: Thu, Feb. 22, 2018

On February 8, the Knights of Columbus Council 3731 sponsored its annual local Spelling Bee at St. Catherine Laboure. Two schools competed, Our Lady of Perpetual Help and Saint Catherine Laboure, both in Glenview. The top three winners are eligible to compete in the Knights of Columbus regional spelling bee scheduled for February 24 at OLPH.  
1st place  L. Aquino  Our Lady of Perpetual Help  8th grade
2nd place  V. Bodiwala  Saint Catherine Laboure 8th grade
3rd place  L. ... Read More...

Posted on: Thu, Feb. 15, 2018

A joint effort with St. Norbert's and St. Catherine Laboure's parishes, the OLPH Respect Life Ministry is excited to welcome Sister Rosemary Connelly, RSM to share the legendary story of how Misericordia/Heart of Mercy grew over the last 40 years to become nationally recognized. Don't miss this unique opportunity, on March 11, to learn more about this special and reknown home, right in our own backyard.

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Posted on: Thu, Feb. 15, 2018

The Women's Club Guild 16 is pleased to offer our community the opportunity to purchase Easter flowers in memory of a loved one to be placed on the OLPH altar at Easter time. The cost is $30 per plant and the order deadline is Saturday, March 24.
Details and Order Form.

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