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Palm Sunday is often called Passion Sunday. We begin with Jesus’ triumphant entrance into Jerusalem where the people are so excited to see him that they honor him by laying their cloaks and tree palms on the ground. They honor him by exclaiming “Hosanna to the Son of David;...Read More
Acts gives us an explanation of the trials and tribulations of our early Church history and how the Apostles continued Christ’s mission. This week’s summary of Chapter 13 Barnabas and Paul Begin Their Journeys When Jesus ascended into Heaven, he instructed the Apostles to be...Read More
As you know, about a month ago, bishops from all over the world held a meeting (a “synod”) in Rome, primarily for open discussion. Pope Francis wanted the participants to speak up, openly , about how best to address various challenges to family life. Before the meeting,...Read More
First catholic church in Calumet City
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|Sunday Vigil||5:00 pm|
|7:30 am Latin Mass|
|Holy Days||7:00 pm Vigil|
Every Saturday, 3:30 PM to 4:30 PM (English & Polish). Confession is always available by appointment at the Rectory.
As the world changes around us, and as we change as people, it is healthy to step back and evaluate how we are living out the mission of Christ through our Parish. This is what we will do through Parish Transformation. I am confident that our reflections and discussions will affirm who we are and much of what we are doing as a parish. However, we may find that a fresh look will highlight areas of need that challenge us to try new ideas and approaches. At the end of the day, our goal is to celebrate the gift that is our parish community, while trying to make our parish even more vibrant and effective in carrying out the spirit of Jesus’ mission and ministry.