Rev. Simon Braganza, pastor

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Capital Campaign 

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 Annual Catholic Appeal

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Mass Schedule
Saturday Evening Vigil
5:00 PM
7, 9, 11AM
and 12:30PM
6:30 AM, 8:30 AM
8:00 AM
8:30 until all are heard



Coronavirus Resources & Prayers

Catholic Charities

catholic charitiesIf you're in need of any emergency assistance, Catholic Charities is there to help. 

NorthShore University Health Announcement.

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Read this public service announcement about the coronavirus in conjunction with NorthShore University Health.

Fighting Domestic Violence During the Covid-19 Crisis

domestic violenceDV hotline calls have increased during this crisis. Experience and data tell us that financial crises, home confinement and prolonged stress exacerbate the frequency and intensity of domestic violence. If you know or suspect someone is a victim, please check on them! If they are in immediate need, help them call 911 or call the National DV Hotline at 1-800-799-7233. The Illinois Domestic Violence Hotline, 877-863-6338 can also be called, as well as any other reputable DV resource to help victims connect with support and services. Check out the Archdiocese's page on Domestic Violence.

Calls to Prayer

Cardinal Blase Cupich, Archbishop of Chicago, asked Catholic parishes to ringCalls to prayer their church bells five times a day, as a means of calling all to unite in prayer during the COVID-19 pandemic. The prayer times begin at 9am and continue every three hours each day, with the last bells rung at 9pm. Each of the five prayer times will be dedicated to a specific group particularly affected by the pandemic. Queen of All Saints was recently posted on the Diocese's Facebook page with bells ringing and a few bird calls in the background!

Pope Francis, Mary and the Coronavirus

pope francis shieldDuring this difficult time, pray Pope Francis's Prayer to Mary during the Coronavirus listed here. Also, read the letter of His Holiness to the faithful for the month of May 2020. He asks that you pray the Rosary at home during this month followed by two prayers to Our Lady that can be recited at the end of the Rosary. The prayers follow his letter.

The Archdiocese of Chicago and Ongoing Prayer Resources 

  • View messages from Cardinal Cupich, liturgies, coronavirus updates and more.archdiocese coat of arms
  • Liturgy Training Publications (LTP) has responded to the current COVID-19 situation by developing opportunities to pray at home in English and Spanish.
  • Magnificat is currently offering complimentary access to its at-home prayer resources.
  • Daily Catholic Gospel is a free daily email resource providing reflections on the Gospel of the day.
  • Pray the Rosary with a Seminarian from Mundelein Seminary every Wednesday.
  • Read the Chicago Catholic, the newspaper for the Archdiocese of Chicago.

Events & Information

Weekly Bulletin

eNewsletter - Dec 5, 2020

Donate to IL Tax Credit Scholarships - info here

Santa Drive-Thru - Dec. 13, donate a gift! Info here

Worldwide Prayer Svc & Candle Lighting - Sun., Dec. 13, for the Loss of a Child, info here

Letters to Santa - how to here by Dec. 18

Simbang Gabi - Dec. 19 at 7pm, more info here

Mass Intentions - Details on how to request one here

UPP News- read the last UPP news, view the Program eBook, read Fr. Simon's letter, thanks to our business sponsors

Resources & Prayers - help during the Coronavirus

Ways to Give - GiveCentral instructions and more

Lectors - schedule 4th qtr

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Queen of All Saints Basilica
6280 N. Sauganash Avenue
Chicago, Illinois 60646
Phone: 773-736-6060   Fax: 773-736-6099
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