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St. Petronille Parish

420 Glenwood Avenue, Glen Ellyn IL 60137 (630) 469-0404

 

Welcome to St. Petronille Parish

Fr. James Dougherty, Pastor

Our Mission
Conscious of our human weakness, but empowered by the presence of the Holy Spirit among us, we pledge ourselves to this, the mission of Jesus Christ. We are the Roman Catholic Community of St. Petronille, Diocese of Joliet, a people of Prayer, Word and Sacrament. We strive to grow in the awareness of Jesus' presence in ourselves and in each other, and so we respond to His call to pray, to love, to serve, to forgive and to teach His Word to all people.

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Weekend Mass Times:

 

Saturday: 5pm

Sunday: 7:30am, 9:30am, 11:30am and 5pm (every Sunday)

 

Second Sunday of the month is theTeen Mass


 


 


Upcoming Events:

 

St. Petronille Parish Pastoral Council

 

New Members needed to fill vacancies. Consider being a candidate.

Click here for full description of the Council.

Contact Fr. Jim 630 469-0404 x2100 or

Kathy Yurcus 630 858-2192 for additional information and an application.

 

AS you look ahead to 2015-16, please remember that the Newman Institute provides adult faith formation and catechist formation through our Foundations of Faith courses—at no cost to your parish.  These two-hour workshops are led by highly qualified instructors in an adult-learning model geared toward engaging minds and hearts. 

 

 

St. James the Apostle Parish in Glen Ellyn to Host

Annulment Information Night

Wednesday, May 20th at 7pm in St. James Hall

Enter through Door D, adjacent to the north parking lot on Park Blvd.

 

       Annulments remain a mystery for many of us Catholics. Helping to dispel the mystery and misinformation surrounding annulments and in making people aware of the potential for benefiting those who have been through the often hurtful experience of divorce is among the top aims of everyone who serves in Marriage Ministry.  If you’ve ever thought about an annulment, or know someone who might be please join me on

May 20 at 7pm at St. James the Apostle Parish, 480 S. Park Blvd. in Glen Ellyn. The Annulment Information Night will be held in St. James Hall, which is accessible through Door D, located adjacent to our north parking lot on Park Blvd. I have invited Mr. Jim Gilligan, LCSW, to join me so we can address questions from any aspect of the process. Jim has worked in our Diocesan Marriage Tribunal, and has provided expert testimony on behalf of annulment petitioners.

                                                                                                                                                                —Deacon John Moeller

 

 

VIRTUS Protecting God’s Children Training for Adults

Out of concern for the safety and well-being of children, every diocesan, parish, school or religious education employee or volunteer who is involved with minors on a regular, recurring basis and those who may have an opportunity to be alone with children during parish, school or religious education sponsored events, are required to attend a Virtus Protecting God’s Children program. This includes, but is not limited to, Vacation Bible School volunteers, coaches, catechists, mission trip chaperones, and Living Out Loud chaperones. 

A Protecting God’s Children Training session will be held from 7-10pm at St. Petronille on Thursday, May 21.  To register to attend this Protecting God’s Children training session, or another, go to the Diocese of Joliet website at http://www.dioceseofjoliet.org/protecting.asp  On-line registration is required.

 

 

 

How can we make St. Petronille feel warm and welcoming to everyone who enters? For this is the responsibility of each of us that make up the family of St Petronille.

              Being a welcoming community is our call as disciples of Jesus Christ.

              Please help us by becoming a greeter! We are looking for individuals, couples and families to join this important ministry. Please sign up to greet at the Mass you normally attend. Assist weekly, monthly, or as your schedule permits! We only ask for ten minutes of your time!

Contact Lyn Schmidt at 630-247-3105 or lyndajs@juno.com to be part of this welcoming team!

 

 

 

 

Fr. Kevin Farrell is celebrating his 50th Anniversary!

Click here for details on the celebration.

 

 

 

The Biblical Institute of the Diocese of Joliet is a 4-year program to study every book of the Bible. We use one of the best Catholic Bible studies ever developed for learning Scripture in a systematic way, the Catholic Biblical School Program (Paulist Press). Students earn certificates in Basic Biblical Studies (2 years) and Advanced Biblical Studies (4 years), from this nationally recognized program.

 

Click here to learn more

 

 

 

 

 

 

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The Parish Long Range Pastoral Plan

Click here to read the full plan

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Vacation Bible School (VBS)

June 22-26, 2015

Click here for sign-up information

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St. Joseph the Worker Employment Ministry

For over 24 years, St. Joseph the Worker has been dedicated to providing umemployed and networking employed people with the coaching, skills and spiritual support to help them find their next job.  Click here to learn more about upcoming meetings.

Job Opportunities:

 

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Pillars of

St. Petronille

Quarterly Parish Journal

 

Lent 2015

Advent 2014

Fall 2014

Pentecost 2014

Lent 2014

Advent 2013

 

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Masses

 

 

 

Upcoming Events

 


 

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