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  • Message from our pastor Fr. Rich

    To All our Parish and School Families,

    Just wanted to connect with you and hope that you are all staying healthy and trying as best as possible to stay home and away from the potential risk of contracting this seemingly very contagious virus. I know how difficult these days must be for you because they are beginning to be very challenging for me. And it has only been two weeks. I miss not seeing, praying, and engaging with you. For this reason let’s continue to keep each other in prayer that we, our country, and the world will get through this sooner than later. Let’s also hold out in prayer those that are currently having to address the realities of contracting this COVID-19 virus as well as those who have already lost their lives to this pandemic and their grieving families.

    As you know Holy Week and Easter Services are not permitted to be celebrated. However, Fr. Greg and I are working at trying to get Easter Mass available to you via YouTube from our church here at St. Eugene. When we do I will post the site at which you will be able to access Easter Mass via our parish website and Facebook page. In the meantime you can share in daily and weekly Mass by going to the various sources that are posted on our website at www.st-eugene.org.

    Also, to enrich your personal prayer life and deepen our solidarity with one another you can access our Archdiocesan website at: www.archchicago.org for many more resources.

    I’m hoping that you as individuals and families are trying as best you can to stay connected via the many forms of technology available to us today. This is so important at a time like this. If anyone is feeling alone or isolated please reach out to your family and friends or give us a call at the rectory. We’d be glad to talk to you. This is not a time to be or to feel alone even though we have been mandated to self-isolate ourselves.
    It has been so good to see and hear in the news and read about all of the creative ideas and things folks in our cities and nation have been doing to try and bring some joy and happiness into their lives during this challenging time for us all.

    I also want to thank those in our parish who are taking the time and making the effort to drop off or mail in your Sunday Contribution envelopes. As you can see by reading our bulletin we are suffering a tremendous loss financially while at the same time all of our employees are continuing to be paid. Please, if you can, try to make up for the weeks this stay-at-home ban is in existence. You may not realize it but your weekly financial support is needed now more than ever and really does make a difference.

    Looking forward to whatever our new “normal” will be and the opportunity for us all to come together again soon. May you and your loved ones stay healthy!
    Fr. Rich Yanos

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  • Ways to support your Church

    In order to help the parish meet all of its operating costs, we encouage parishioneers to help in one of the following ways:

    • Drop your offering into the rectory mail slot
    • Mail your offering to the rectory
    • Sign up for electronic giving at https://www.givecentral.org/. Detailed steps can be found in the bulletin or by clicking the Give Central link below
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    • Saturday: 5:30 PM EnglishEnglishEN
    • Sunday: 8:00 AM EnglishEnglishEN 11:30 AM EnglishEnglishEN 4:30 PM EnglishEnglishEN
    • M W F 9:00 AM EnglishEnglishEN
    • Tue Thu 6:30 AM EnglishEnglishEN
    • Saturday: 8:30 AM EnglishEnglishEN
  • Confession Times

    • Saturday: 4:00 PM Until all have been heard
  • Adoration Times

    • Monday: 12:00 PM to 8:00 PM Benediction at 7:45 PM