Saturday: 05:00pm (SJE) | Sunday: 8am/10;30am (QR) | 9:15am (SJE)

Daily: M/W/F 8:15am (SJE) | Tu/Th/Sa 8:15am (QR)

Our pets are a blessing to us! In honor of the Feast of St. Francis of Assisi on October 4th, on Saturday we gathered at Queen of the Rosary to bless them. Thanks, Fr. Louis for the beautiful blessing, and thank you to our parish photographer Larry Zabinski for capturing the memories once again!

29th Sunday in Ordinary Time

First Reading – As long as Moses kept his hands raised up, Israel had the better of the fight. (Exodus 17:8-13)

Psalm – "Our help is from the Lord, who made heaven and earth." (Psalm 121)

Second Reading – The scriptures train you to stay with the task. (2 Timothy 3:14 - 4:2)

Gospel – Be persistent in prayer, especially in the pursuit of justice. (Luke 18:1-8)

Sunday Bulletin
Meet with Fr. Dan

All are invited for faith, fellowship and fun...

Congratulations, Fr. Louis!

On Tuesday, October 11, 2022, Fr. Louis' incardination as an Archdiocese of Chicago priest was celebrated at the Priest Day gathering with Cardinal Cupich.

Holy Hour for Aging

In honor of Respect Life Month, Our Lady of the Blessed Sacrament Respect Life Ministry dedicates the October Holy Hour to honor life and pray for aging and respectful end of life for all. Tonight's Holy Hour, on Wednesday, October 12, 2022 at 7pm, will be celebrated  at St. Julian Eymard and will begin our 40-Hour Devotion.

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Winter Supper – November 3rd

This month, we're serving up a Thanksgiving ham dinner with all of the fixings, even pumpkin pie!

You know the drill, if you are able to help us shop, cook, prep or pack for this meal, please use the button below to sign up!

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Our Lady of Guadalupe Planning

We will celebrate the Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe with a special 7pm Mass on Monday, December 12, 2022 at Queen of the Rosary. The next meeting of the Planning Committee for this liturgy is Thursday, October 27th in St. Julian's Shea Hall. If you would like to help with preparations for this Mass, please join us! If you have questions, please contact the parish office at (847) 979-0901 or send us an e-mail using the button below.

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Our Lady of Guadalupe, or the Virgin of Guadalupe, is a Catholic title of Our Blessed Mother, Mary, associated with a series of five Marian apparitions in Mexico in December, 1531.

A Spooky Good Time With the Women's Club!

Can you talk and roll dice at the same time? If so, you are invited to join the Women's Club for Halloween Bunco on Friday, October 28th at 7pm in Shea Hall. Come out for good friends, good laughs and a spooky good time! Costumes are optional!

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Memento Mori Series

Join us for an interactive speaker series to talk about end of life issues from our Catholic faith perspective at 10am in Shea Hall on October 29th, November 5th and November 12th. Use the button below to download the flyer for the complete schedule.

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Uncork Creativity with the Women's Club!

Sip, socialize and paint with the Women's Club on Thursday, November 16th at 6:30pm in Shea Hall! This event is for beginners, no experience needed! We will be making adorable holiday tins appropriate for holiday decor, gift giving and more. To cover materials and instruction, there is a $35 fee per person, and registrations are due by November 6th.

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Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults

Do you have questions about the Catholic faith? Want to know more about becoming a Catholic? Have you been baptized, but not celebrated other Sacraments?

If these questions sound like you, our Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults (RCIA) may be right for you. Please contact our parish office to discover more about the program starting soon: (847) 979-0901.

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Let's Talk About Annulment

Why apply for a Catholic Annulment? if any of the following situations sound like yours, the church has resources to help. Please contact the office by October 28, 2022 to save your seat at an upcoming Info Session.

  • You’re a divorced Catholic who has fallen in love and wants to remarry in the Church.
  • You’re a divorced non-Catholic who has fallen in love, and your Catholic fiancé wants to marry in the Catholic Church.
  • You’re divorced and already remarried [Catholic or non-Catholic] and you want to bring your civil marriage into the Church.
  • You’re a divorced non-Catholic who wants to become Catholic and also remarry.
  • You’re a divorced Catholic who wants the option to remarry in the Church in the future.
  • You’re a divorced Catholic who is looking into getting an annulment for “peace of mind.”

Contact the office at (847) 979-0901 or [email protected].

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It's Grand Raffle Time!

Enter for a chance to win! Grand Raffle 2022 tickets are now on sale; $25 per ticket or 5 tickets for $100. Grand prize is $10,000, second prize is $3,000 and there will be three (3) $500 third prizes awarded. But, everyone is a winner because proceeds will support our parish school, Queen of the Rosary School.  

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Join Us for One or More of These Upcoming Events!

10 • 12 • 22

Holy Hour for Life to pray for dignity in aging and end of life Tonight, October 12th at 7pm. The Holy Hour will begin our 40-Hours Devotion for Life.

10 • 14 • 22

The 40-Hours Devotion for Life will conclude with Benediction at 11am on Friday, October 14th at St. Julian Eymard.

10 • 15 • 22

We bid farewell to the Pilgrim Our Lady of Fatima during the America Needs Fatima Rosary Rally on Saturday, October 15th at Noon at St. Julian.

10 • 16 • 22

Children's Liturgy of the Word will be at Queen of the Rosary at the 10:30am Mass.

10 • 20 • 22

Young Adult Ministry Northwest invites young adults aged 18 to 39 for the Oremus Bible Studay on Thursday evenings.

10 • 20• 22

What do you seek? The Search continues on Thursdays at 7pm in the Classrooms at St. Julian. Zoom link also available.

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Question of the Week

For what do I feel I am praying in vain? Can I find the will to pray for it persistently? Meanwhile, how can I be part of God's answer to someone else's persistent prayer?

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The 3rd graders are working so hard in Math!! They love to use math manipulatives, such as foam squares and geo boards with rubber bands, to find the area of shapes. They can understand area by counting unit squares. They can relate the area to addition and multiplication by sing repeated reasoning. They sure love Math!

Don't forget Chipotle Benefit Night today from 4-8pm. Follow this link to download the flyer!

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Looking for service hours? Watch the parish calendar for trips to Alexian Village and other service projects such as the Fall Rake 'n Run, Pancake Breakfast and more!

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Our next YM meeting is Sunday, October 16th in Shea Hall at 6pm.

Get ready to Rake 'n Run on Saturday, October 29th between Noon and 3pm.

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Worship sites:

Queen of the Rosary

750 W. Elk Grove Blvd.

St. Julian Eymard

601 Biesterfield Road


Queen of the Rosary School

690 Elk Grove Blvd.

(847) 437-3322 |