The adoration Chapel is available 24 hours a day.
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The Holy See, on the Solemnity of St. Joseph, under the Apostolic Penitentiary grants a special
Plenary Indulgence during this time to all those suffering from the Coronavirus, including
all health care workers, all family members and even all those praying for them
through a spirit detached from any sin, offering this trial in a spirit of faith in God and
charity toward their brothers and sisters, they can unite spiritually, through the media, to the
celebration of Holy Mass, recitation of the Holy Rosary, the pious practice of the Way of the Cross,
Eucharistic Adoration, the recitation of the Divine Mercy Chaplet or other forms of devotion
imploring Almighty God to an end of this epidemic, provide relief to those afflicted and Eternal Salvation to
those whom God has called home to Himself.
Click here to read the full Decree of the Apostolic Penitentiary
To make a daily Holy Hour view EWTN's live Eucharistic Adoration from 8 AM TO 5 PM CT
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Fasting & Abstinence:
Adults who are 18-59 years old and in good
health are to fast and abstain from eating meat on Ash Wednesday
and Good Friday. Fasting consists of eating one full meal and two
smaller meals that don’t add up to a single full meal. All Catholics
who are 14 years and older are to abstain from eating meat on
Ash Wednesday and all Fridays in Lent.
Lenten Reflection Books:
Reflect daily on the Scripture readings
and other traditions of Lent using the booklets that are available in
the church vestibule.
Learn about our disadvantaged brothers and sisters around the
world and give alms to improve their lives with Catholic Relief Services
Operation Rice Bowl. Pick up a calendar of reflections, recipes and
activities along with a box in which to put your donations and return the
box with your donations beginning on March 3. You can also donate using
text-to-give by texting “ricebowl” to 847-262-4981.
Soup and Stations of the Cross:
Join fellow parishioners each Friday
in Lent for a communal meal and time-honored prayer ritual. Soup and
bread are served at 6:30pm in the lunch room; Stations of the Cross
are prayed in church at 7:30pm.
Sacrament of Reconciliation:
Join parishioners in our grouping at
Our Lady of Perpetual Help on Tuesday, February 27 at 7:00pm for a
communal celebration of God’s mercy and forgiveness. Several priests
will be available to hear individual confessions as well.
Participate in the Lenten Mission:
Our parish will host “The Miracles
of the Eucharist” March 2-4. More details will follow closer to that time.
Our worship will be richer if you join us in one or more of these liturgical ministries:
Eucharistic Minister: Contact Amalou Lim at email@example.com.
Lector: Contact Bill or Carol Cook at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Usher: Contact Tommy Fitzgibbon at email@example.com.
Altar Server: For students ages 9-17, contact Jessie Kunnel at
You can also reach any of the above people through Flocknote.
Mass for Those Who Are Homebound
Heart of the Nation Sunday
TV Mass brings spiritual comfort and the blessings
of joy-filled hope in our Risen Savior. Please let
people know they can tune in to Catholic Mass on
WJYS, Channel 62 at 10:00am, on WCUU,
Channel 26.2 at 6:30am, or online at this link:
Heart of the Nation
We look forward to seeing you again in person at Mass! Please call (847)729-1414 or email
firstname.lastname@example.org the parish office with any questions.
Catherine Labouré Mission Statement
The Catholic community of St. Catherine Labouré, prompted by the Holy Spirit, encourages its members to love God, self and neighbor. Nourished through the sacraments, liturgy and prayer, we want to deepen our relationship with God by sharing our faith as a gifted people. We strive to grow spiritually, intellectually and socially. Committed to Jesus Christ and the Church, we embrace a vision of service to our parish and the world community