St. Benedict will be hosting our annual Easter Dinner on Sunday, April 21st from 11 am until 1 pm. All are welcome to join the feast! This is a potluck dinner in the truest sense in that all food and supplies are donated by parishioners, local businesses, neighbors, and friends of the parish. So if you are able to donate a cooked ham, side dish, beverage, or dessert, it would be most appreciated. The sign up link is https://www.signupgenius.com/go/409094FACAE2AA2FA7-stbenedicts1 . Questions? Contact Elaine Lindia at (773)509-3806 or email@example.com.
Have you ever wondered what God is calling you to do with your life? Do you know your God-Given talents? Living Your Strengths is a journey to identify, understand and apply your God-given talents helping you to become the best version of yourself…
Spiritual Exercises in Everyday Life is a version of the Spiritual Exercises designed for people who cannot be away for 30 days to do the Exercises as they were practiced originally. Most of the time, the “19th” is done by people who work full-time but who want to do the Spiritual Exercises.
Would you like to help with our Ministry of Praise? Each month, we send a newsletter to homebound parishioners that can no longer attend Mass. The newsletter contains prayer requests and helps these individuals feel connected to our community by praying for the intentions submitted to them.
Are you interested in helping fellow parishioners develop new healthy habits in the New Year? Please consider joining our Health Committee! We are always looking for new ways to assist people in getting information and support centering on preventative care, fitness, nutrition, health screenings, and related topics.
In the last meeting of the Human Concerns Commission, one of the items we discussed was beginning a new ministry called “Care for Our Common Home.” The goal of the ministry will be to educate ourselves on how we can provide better care for our environment.