Tonight we celebrate McTeacher Night at the McDonalds on Roosevelt Road in Glen Ellyn (next to Alfies). Join us between 4 and 7 p.m. and St. James the Apostle School will receive 20% of ALL sales. No coupon needed. And be sure to say Hi to our teachers who will be helping fill your order … Continue reading Show Your Support for Catholic Education by Eating at McDonalds on Roosevelt Rd. Glen Ellyn Tonight!
The next meeting of TMCF will take place on Tuesday, November 12th immediately following the 8:00 Mass on that day. Please plan on joining your fellow St. James parishioners as we first worship our Lord at Mass and then move to St. James Hall for coffee, snacks, and fellowship. All are welcome.
You are invited to join us at our Reverence for Life Ministry meeting on the second Monday of the month. The next one is Monday, November 11 in the parish Ministry Center (across the parking lot from the church), We will meet from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. You don’t have to sign up. Just show … Continue reading Reverence for Life Meeting Tonight
A Prayer for Veterans Day God of mercy we ask for blessings on all those who have served their country in the armed forces. We ask for healing for the veterans who have been wounded, in body and soul, in conflicts around the globe. We pray especially for the young men and women, in the … Continue reading Thank You Veterans!
Congratulations to all the children of our parish and school who received the Sacrament of Reconciliation for the first time on Monday, November 4th. Together we pray they will always discover the wonder and peace of God’s forgiveness and experience the loving presence of Jesus in this grace-filled sacrament.
All Saints Day: Friday, November 1st All Saints Day is a Holy Day of Obligation. We invite you to join us to celebrate the lives of the Saints at one of our Masses. They will be celebrated at 8 a.m., with our school students in attendance, 12:15 p.m. & 7 p.m. All Souls Day: Saturday, … Continue reading Join Us as we Celebrate All Saints Day & All Souls Day
When the pilgrims settled in America, they celebrated a meal with the Native Americans, giving thanks for the bountiful harvest. The turkey became a symbol of that first Thanksgiving feast. Fast forwarding to the 21st century, America is now made up of many different ethnic groups, each giving thanks according to their culture. The Glen … Continue reading Share Your Blessings at Thanksgiving
Most people take things like underwear for granted. At Catholic Charities, we have found that low-income families and seniors living on poverty-level incomes do not spend money on underwear and they desperately need it. Catholic Charities is proud to announce that the 17th Annual Undy Sunday will be held on the weekend of October 19/20, 2019. … Continue reading Undy Sunday this Weekend: Donations are Needed