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Lenten Spiritual Retreat

The Gifts of the Holy Spirit on Display in the Saints

The Missionary Spirit Team invites all to join Father James Wallace for a Lenten retreat with our RMC parishes, Queen of All Saints and Saint Mary of the Woods.

April 1, 2017
9:00am to 3:00pm
Marytown Retreat House, Libertyville

Faith Life & Sacraments

  • Mass Schedule

    Mass Schedule

    Daily Masses at 7 and 8:30am. Sunday Mass is celebrated at 5pm Saturday, ...

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  • Baptism


    Whether you're here to learn about bringing your child or yourself ...

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  • Marriage · Weddings

    Marriage · Weddings

    Wedding dates should be reserved as soon as possible and no later than...

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  • Funeral Liturgies

    Funeral Liturgies

    Funeral Services The term “funeral rites” is the general designation ...

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  • Reconciliation


    Reconciliation is offered in church following the 8:30am Saturday mass ...

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  • Confirmation


    Children enrolled in St. Juliana School and our CCD program ...

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  • Anointing of the Sick

    Anointing of the Sick

    To make arrangements for a loved one to receive this ...

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  • RCIA · Converting to Catholicism

    RCIA · Converting to Catholicism

    Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA) is the process…

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  • Sacramental Records

    Sacramental Records

    Request your Baptism, First Communion, Confirmation or Marriage records here.

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  • A Real Character

    19 March 2017 | By in Tassel of the Cloak Father Basil Maturin

    “All things, everything great and small, most ephemeral or most lasting, everything that compels men to work or dooms them to idleness, everything that calls out a moment's interest or lays the grasp upon the heart, all these things, whether men believe it or not, or even think of it, have one supreme, one eternal result: the making of character.”

    These are the words of Fr. Basil Maturin. The Irishman was a convert to Catholicism, highly regarded for his ability to preach, to write, and to counsel souls with compassion, particularly students. In his early 20th Century classic, Christian Self-Mastery, Fr. Maturin reflected on how every event or experience in this life is intended to mold us to our true self. That is, if we abide by the universal principle: do what you believe right, avoid what you believe wrong. Regardless of your culture or creed, everyone must do what is good for himself. If he doesn't, then he will have a poor character and will be unhappy. your social media marketing partner