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  •        ash wednesday

    7:30 am Mass
    9:00 am School Mass
    12:00noon  English Mass
    5:30 pm Spanish Mass
    7:00 pm English Mass
    8:30 pm - Spanish service with ashes (no Mass)

    Ash Wednesday is a day of Fast and Abstinence.
    Abstinence: No meat is allowed on Ash Wed. or any of the Fridays of Lent.  For 14 years of age and up.

    Fasting: only 1 full meal allowed; 2 other meals may be taken which together are less than a full meal. Eating solid foods between meals is not permitted.
    This applies to Ash Wednesday and Good Friday, for ages 18 through 59
  • parish mass schedule

    7:00   AM   English
    8:30   AM   Spanish
    10:00 AM   English
    10:00 AM   Latin (Lower Church)
    11:30 AM   English
    1:00   PM   Spanish
    6:00   PM   Tagalog & English

    7:30AM (Eng),  5:30 (Span),  7:00PM (Eng)

    8:00 AM,  5:00 PM

  •        confession times

    3:30 - 5:30PM  (English & Spanish)

    4:00 - 5:00PM  (English & Spanish)

    Monday:  7:30 - 8:00pm
    (Also:  20 minutes before weekday Masses)


                St. John Vianney Catholic Church  
    46 N. Wolf Rd
    Northlake, IL 60164 

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  • Our Parish

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    Go to Formed.org to access great Catholic videos and movies for your family - adults and children. We subscribe to this site, so make use of it.  Go to the website and select 'I belong to a parish or oganization' and then register. Let me know what you think!
    - Fr. Luke

  • Adoration chapel

    St. John Vianney's Chapel of Perpetual Adoration is the oldest in the Archdiocese of Chicago. It is a beautiful and peaceful place to pray with Jesus, he is waiting for you to stop in and bring your heart to him.
    Consider signing up for one hour per week. If you wish to enter the chapel at nightime, you must request a keycard from the parish office .  

  • Parish news

    Corpus Christi ProcessionOur annual Corpus Christi was beautifully guided by the Northlake Police Department. We carried our Eucharistic Lord through the streets, testifying to the truth: Jesus is here with us, in the world today!