We’re reopening… slowly.
It is vital that you stay connected to our parish family as each phase of reopening will require the whole parish family to take an active role: so school families, faith formation families, married couples, single adults, and our senior citizens are needed to assist with the reopening process.
All adults 18yrs and older are asked to sign up to assist with the ReOpening Process
Stay connected to your family in faith
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Don’t Okay Violence Ever (DOVE) Ministry
Connect for resources or see how you can help this great organization aimed at protecting and supporting victims and survivors of domestic violence.
RESOURCES TO EXPLORE & ENGAGE YOUR FAITH
Here at Belong Chicago.org You can find ways to connect in the Archdiocese of Chicago. We hope you find a place where you belong, where you can find new friends, serve others, learn about the faith, and connect with the Catholic community of the Chicago area.
This is an evolving list of opportunities and a site that is a work in progress. Currently all events are for young adults, however, we will expand in the coming months. Check back weekly for new opportunities and updates to the offerings. If you have suggestions, ideas, or would like to add your event to the list, please contact us email@example.com
Theology-on-Tap (TOT) is a free, Catholic speaker & discussion series for young adults, people in their 20s and 30s, married and single. Check out this summer’s 2020 series: Voices on the Periphery
Opportunities to Love God & Others
Volunteer with the Mission of Our Lady of Angels
Openings available to assist with:
Mobile food pantry
Tuesday food pantry(weekly)
Senior program & more!
Our Annual Theology on Tap Virtual School Supply Drive is underway!
It is time for the annual Theology on Tap Virtual School Supply Drive! For the third year Theology on Tap is joining forces with the Mission our Lady of the Angels in the Humboldt Park neighborhood of Chicago to provide school supplies to students PreK through 12th grade. With your help we can fill 1,000 backpacks with supplies.
Join us! To help fill 1,000 backpacks with school supplies on the West side of Chicago, please visit
Annual Virtual Mission OLA School Supply Drive!
The Food Depository is part of a united community effort working to bring food, dignity and hope to our Cook County neighbors. We act as the hub for a network of more than 700 food pantries, soup kitchens, shelters and other programs. These programs provide food where it’s most needed. We also address the root causes of hunger. Public benefits outreach and job training programs offer a hand up for our neighbors to overcome poverty.
Since 1979, Friends has been working to improve the health of the Chicago River system for the benefit of people, plants and animals; and by doing so, has laid the foundation for the river to be a beautiful, continuous, and easily accessible corridor of open space in the Chicago region.
Get involved: https://www.chicagoriver.org/events
Without adequate and appropriate clothing, children face unfair barriers and participate in life on an unequal playing field. Across most of the United States, only three (food, housing, energy) of four basic needs are supported by government safety net programs. Cradles to Crayons uses the term “Clothing Insecurity” as part of our efforts to formally recognize the issue, and increase awareness on this hidden basic need.
For more than 98 years, Catholic Charities has empowered families and individuals of all races and religious backgrounds to realize their full potential. Our services help people from the point of conception through the last stages of their lives. We keep mothers and their babies well-fed, prepare children in low-income families for school, keep youth in school and out of gangs, counsel and give job training to adults with economic troubles, provide affordable housing for seniors, and organize in-home care services for seniors who need help caring for themselves.