St. Paul Church

Pilsen, Chicago
We will become a beacon of hope where we form virtuous friendships, strengthen community, live as disciples of Christ and invite our neighbors into holiness through truth, beauty and goodness.
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Weekly Mass Schedule

Sundays
8:00AM Spanish  |  10:00AM English*  |  12:00PM Spanish*

*Streamed masses on YouTube and Facebook

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Mass Intentions

Mass Intentions

At every Mass, we pray for all those who have died. We pray for Catholics who have died, and we also pray for everyone else, too! This is true around the world! Here at St. Paul, we have had many inquiries about praying for family members, both living and deceased at our Masses. Even before COVID-19, we had a backlog of Mass intentions. Our ability to celebrate Masses has been reduced, we have decided to not take any more paid Mass intentions. Also, we have not been saying the name of the person for whom the Mass is being offered. At the same time, we have been praying for all of our intentions at every Mass.

If you would like your intention included in our Sunday Mass, please message us and we will include the name of the person you want us to pray for in our Mass Companion. Please indicate whether you would prefer Spanish or English and look for the name at the end of Mass in the Companion. We will be praying for your intention. We will also invite everyone viewing the Mass to pray for your intention with us! Let us constantly lift each other up in prayer until we all get to heaven!

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Shine

Shine

With Christ as our model, we are partnering with young people on parish initiatives, community outreach, friendship formation, and life guidance.

Alpha

Alpha

No matter where you are on your faith journey, Alpha is for everyone. Explore Christian faith, make new parish friends, and discover what connects us in a safe and respectful environment, where all are welcome.

Faith Renewal Programs

Faith Renewal Programs

Are you interested in a deeper Catholic faith? Renew and refresh your commitment to Catholicism today. With a mentor/companion, you will discover what defines us, why it is meant for you, and how you can live a fulfilled and joyful life.

Holy Grounds

Holy Grounds

OPENING SOON! St. Paul’s new coffee shop is a place for people to enjoy God’s gift of coffee and make faith friendships.

Expanding Our Reach

Expanding Our Reach

COVID-19 has been hard on everyone. As a Catholic church, we have been challenged in new ways. We have had to embrace technology and utilize it to stay connected. We see a bright future for St. Paul’s plan to continue to explore this new world with faith in the wonders God has in store.

Truth and Lies

In her recent book, Lost in Thought, Zena Hitz examines the question of truth and lies… and comes to the conclusion that we are constantly surrounded by lies  What?  There are lies told to us by our loved ones, and even lies we tell ourselves about ourselves.  She’s thinking along the lines of Yves Simon,…

New Class at St. Paul!

Jose Luis Roldan and Rev. Michael Enright will be teaching a course on Theology, using the book Christians and Pagans in the City as the textbook for the course. The subtitle of the book is “Culture Wars from the Tiber to the Potomac,” and the author traces the conflicts between the Church and Paganism from the very…

Clogged Pipes

When you’ve been around old rectories for a while you start to learn a lot about boilers, pipes, rooves, bricks and all the rest.  One of the things that’s true about 120-year-old rectories is that often enough the plumbing is 120 years old.  That’s the case at St. Paul.  We had a study done a…