Saints Faith, Hope and Charity Catholic Parish
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8:00 AM and 5:00 PM (Vigil Mass)

7:30 AM, 9:00 AM, 10:30 AM and 5:00 PM

7:00 AM

Saturday ~ 8:30 AM - 9:00 AM ~ in Church

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We are a Catholic faith community located just north of the city of Chicago.

The word Catholic implies inclusiveness. Despite our differences, we are united in faith, hope and love. Our parish is essentially a group of modern day followers of Jesus, gathered in local community to love God and to serve others with skill, creativity and compassion. As Catholic Christians we are part of a tradition which has endured in good times and bad for twenty centuries.


March 2-3, 2024
Saturday - 5:00 PM Fr. O'Donovan
Sunday - 7:30 AM Fr. Stefanowski
Sunday - 9:00 AM Fr. Stefanowski
Sunday - 10:30 AM Fr. Jackson
Sunday - 5:00 PM Fr. O'Donovan


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About Aid for Women

Aid for Women was founded in 1978 on the faith and teachings of the Catholic Church. Aid for Women helps thousands of women each year in the Chicago metropolitan area who find themselves facing unexpected pregnancies. Each woman is provided with the emotional, practical and spiritual support that she needs to choose life for her unborn baby and to provide a better future for herself and her child. Aid for Women currently operates five Pregnancy Care Centers, as well as two Maternity Homes (Heather’s House and Monica’s House).

About Faith Hope & Carpenters

Faith Hope and Carpenters (FHC) is our Parish volunteer team that works with Rebuilding Together North Suburban Chicago, to restore and rehab homes for needy families with children, the elderly, those with disabilities and veterans who live in the northern suburbs and have few resources to make the needed repairs to their homes. FHC has been providing this service for over 17 years. Stay tuned for details on this year’s project. We are ever grateful for your caring and support!

About FHC Food Sharing Program

The FHC Food Sharing Program helps to support several food pantries and soup kitchens in the Chicagoland area. The food distribution from these pantries serve over 15,000 families and individuals every year! In addition, there is also a mobile food pantry that brings the available food items out to various locations for pickup a couple times per month. The Soup Kitchens provide meals at several kitchens that benefit from our Food Sharing program, but essentially dinner is served 7-days per week, and each location providing meals can serve anywhere from 95 to 200 people per evening! Our partnership continues to need your support! Thank you for your continued generosity!


Click below for information about how the Archdiocese works to prevent abuse, and what resources are available for victim-survivors.

To report an allegation of abuse and/or neglect of minors, contact the Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS) Hotline at 800.25.ABUSE and/or contact your local police department. You can also contact the Office of the Protection of Children and Youth (OPCY) at 312.534.5254.

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