5:00PM: Fulfills Sunday obligation.
9:00AM Traditional Mass with choir*
10:30AM Weekly Family Mass, with Children’s Liturgy of the Word
6:30PM: A shared Mass between St. Benedict, Queen of Angels, and Our Lady of Lourdes parishes.
*Choir sings Sept-June.
Monday-Saturday at 8:30am
Saturday at 11am
Holy Days of Obligation
Holy Days of Obligation that fall on a weekday are celebrated at 6:30am, 8:30am, and 7pm. Christmas and Easter follow the normal Sunday schedule with some modifications. Please call ahead with any questions regarding the Mass schedule on these days.
Adoration takes place on the first Friday of each month immediately following daily Mass until Noon in the Eucharistic chapel.
Novena to Our Lady of Perpetual Help
This devotion takes place every Tuesday morning immediately following Daily Mass.
Mass is celebrated at 9am on civic holidays. These include Thanksgiving, Labor Day, Independence Day, and Memorial Day.
Please contact the rectory with any questions, or to request a Mass intention for a specific day/time at (773)588-6484.
HOLY THURSDAY | APRIL 18TH
7PM Mass of the Lord’s Supper
GOOD FRIDAY | APRIL 19TH
NOON Stations of the Cross | 3PM Mid-Day Prayer
7PM Liturgy of the Lord’s Passion
HOLY SATURDAY | APRIL 20TH
NOON Basket Blessing
7PM The Great Easter Vigil
EASTER SUNDAY | APRIL 21ST
7:30AM | 9AM | 10:30AM | NOON | Special Children’s Masses at 9:15AM & 10:45AM in the gym
Join us as we commemorate Jesus' entrance into Jerusalem. Each Mass will begin with a solemn procession with palms, beginning outdoors on Irving Park (weather permitting). During Mass, we will read the Passion of Jesus according to Luke. This Sunday marks the beginning of Holy Week, the most solemn part of the Church Year…
At this Mass, the celebrant washes reenacts one of the most iconic moments of the Bible, the Washing of Feet. Following Mass is a solemn procession with the Blessed Sacrament. The Nightwatch continues after the procession concludes at the altar of repose…
It can be easy to look at this liturgy as being sorrowful, but it is important to remember that it is only the second of a three part celebration. Because of this, we should approach Good Friday with solemnity, but also hope and anticipation for the joy of Easter that is almost upon us…
We hear the Exultet, the great hymn of praise, and the liturgy of the Word is extended to include many readings from Genesis through the New Testament, which tell us the history of our salvation. Before the Epistle, the Gloria is sung to ringing bells and the church is illuminated. After the Epistle we sing “Alleluia” for the first time in over 40 days, symbolizing the end of our Lenten fast…
This Sunday at 10:30am
You are invited to gather with our community in a special way. Children's Liturgy of the Word (CLW) will be offered, and all children present will be invited to pray together around the altar. No matter what the size or configuration of your family, we hope you consider joining us for this celebration!
Daily Mass at 8:30am
All-Parish Mass of Remembrance at 7pm
We remember all of the loved ones that have gone home to the Lord with a special Mass at 7pm. During the liturgy we will read a list of the departed, and those present will be invited forward to light a candle in honor of the deceased. If you plan to attend the Mass and would like to have a loved one added to the list…
Mass at 6:30am, 8:30am, 1:45pm, & 7pm
We extend a warm invitation to all families with children to attend and participate in this special Mass. It is our goal to help you and your family celebrate Mass together in a no-pressure environment that allows kids to be kids. We hope you consider joining us for this celebration at 10:30am this Sunday!
This Wednesday, August 15th, we will celebrate the Solemnity Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary. This is a major feast of the Church and a Holy Day of Obligation for all Catholics…