Dear Parishioners and FRIENDS.
THIS WEEKEND WE GO BACK TO OUR PREVIOUS MASS SCHEDULE: Saturday 6:00pm; Sunday 8:30am; 10:00am (Italian); 11:30am; 1:00pm; 4:00pm; 6:00pm (Spanish).
We have plenty of space, but if we need we connected also the MAIN HALL to the church and the Eucharistic Ministers will come down to bering Holy Communion.
ALWAYS: 1 – Wear a mask
                 2 – Sanitize before entering;
                 3 – Keep the distance of 2 m. (The pews are marked with a red dot.)
Our Volunteers are guiding you at the entrance and are sanitizing the whole church after each mass. I can assure you that you are pretty safe.
FUNERALS AND WEDDING are now possible with a limit of 75 people per celebration.
BAPTISMS also are schedule on Saturdays, one family at the time.
GRADUATIONS hav e been celebrated VIRTUALLY, through the Internet. CONGRATULATIONS.

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On June 24, we have celebrated a memorial mass for St. Bertilla Scola, a Scalabrinian Sister, who died in Chicago on June 15; she had spent more than 20 years in our parish.

Fr. Walter has started another series of small talks on LUMEN GENTIUM, a Dogmatic Constitution on the Church from the Vatican Council II, which hav e have called: DROPS (Like the Cough Drops you buy in the farmacy).  Here the Links:
Drop 1 –
Drop 2 –

About Fr. Walter

Father Walter Tonelotto was born in Italy in 1947 and entered the Scalabrini Seminary at an early age. At 20 he was sent by his superiors to study Theology at St. Joseph’s Seminary in Dunwoodie, New York and then to the Toronto School of Theology. He holds a Master in Divinity from St. Paul’s University in Ottawa and a Master in Moral Theology from Union Theological Seminary at Columbia University, New York City.