Effective February 10, 2022, face masks are optional during Masses, liturgies and Religious Education classes according to the Archdiocese of Chicago.
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Please read the info below from the Archdiocese of Chicago
Mass and Liturgies
Per canon law*, a dispensation from the obligation to attend Holy Mass is granted to:
those of any age who are currently ill and
those with an underlying health condition.
*(cf. canons 85 and 87, code of canon law, 1983)
Moreover, any person over 60 years old may choose to use this dispensation.
More information about Plenary Indulgence from the Archdiocese of Chicago.
Our Lady of Hope Parish accepts online donations through GiveCentral.org.
We ask you to keep in mind that we rely on the generosity of those who contribute to our Sunday collections. Without Masses and their collections, we lose over five thousand dollars a week of in-pew collections. The collections enable us to minister to our parishioners as well as those we serve in our outreach efforts. Granted, the world has changed for the time being, but the needs continue to exist, albeit in a new and changing way.
You can help us by signing up for e-giving here or text the word DONATE to our text-to-give number: 847-232-6496 for a quick link to make a Sunday offertory gift.
Please know that you are a gift to Our Lady of Hope family. Thank you for sharing your blessings with Our Lady of Hope.
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Peace, Prayers & Blessings
Thank you for your continuing support!
Stewardship: Weekends 05/01/22 & 05/08/22
Total Sunday Collections 2 weeks $8,074.00
Fiscal YTD Collection (05/01/2022) $231,012.00
New Fiscal Year July 1, 2021 to June 30, 2022
God Bless!! Thank you everyone for remembering to support your parish during these challenging times.
Please know you are in our
thoughts and prayers....
Be safe...Stay Healthy!
Archdiocese of Chicago
Our Lady of Hope is a faith community committed to welcoming all – parishioner, visitor, or traveler. We nurture our life in Christ through worship, prayer and celebration of the sacraments, especially the Holy Eucharist. People of all ages and backgrounds are encouraged to share their time and talents through active participation in parish ministries and through caring and compassionate relationships. We strive to renew and deepen our spiritual growth through education, especially study of the Sacred Scripture and by living and promoting the Gospel message through stewardship and service.
Saturdays – 5:00pm
Sundays – 8:30am & 10:30am
Holy Days – 8:00am, 12:10pm, 5:30pm
Monday & Wednesday - 8:30am
Tuesday, Thursday & Friday – 12:10pm