Important Announcement!!!   
  All Masses Suspended Until Further Notice 

COLLECTION ENVELOPES:
Collection envelopes can be dropped off at the parish office or mailed in.  An AUTOMATED GIVING option “WE SHARE” is also available for making your parish contributions. It is easy to sign up for “WE SHARE”. Please contact Donna in the parish office at (219) 838-0395 if you would like additional information on We Share or to sign up. Thank you for your generosity." 

Letter From Bishop McClory: Bishop Letter Faithful_March 26_English-Spanish

Please read the letter from our Pastor Below

Welcome to Our Lady of Grace

Dear Our Lady of Grace Parishioners,

    Here are a few important notices. Bishop McClory has announced that public Masses will not resume until after Easter. The liturgies of Holy Week will continue privately, and we will do our best to stream these liturgies through our website. This will be a very different Holy Week and Easter for all of us. But we can make the most of it by remembering our daily prayer and remembering to pray for the sick and those who care for them. We will be back to public Masses at some point. At that time, we will celebrate!

    Bishop McClory has also requested that church bells be rung at noon and 6pm for the faithful to join in daily prayer at those times. Two simple prayers the bishop recommends at those times are: "Jesus I trust in you" and "Our Lady of Lourdes, pray for us". Pope Francis will confer a special blessing on Friday, March 27 at 12 Noon (CST), which can be seen on television or the internet.

                                                       Father Brian Chadwick
                                                       Pastor


Resources Below
OLG Parish YouTube Channel:   
 
United States Conference of Catholic Bishops    http://www.usccb.org/
Gary Diocese Link (Bishop’s letter and updates)   https://www.dcgary.org
Spiritual Links   
https://www.dcgary.org/spiritual-resources.html
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Religious Education News

religious education2RCIA (Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults) is the process by which persons become Catholic through Baptism, Confirmation & Eucharist. This process is for those who have never been baptized, baptized in a non-Catholic Christian tradition or baptized in the Catholic faith and never received the sacraments of Eucharist or Confirmation and are over the age of 7. Please call the Rel Ed office at 219-972-6388 for more information. Thank you!
♦ REL ED OFFICE: Office Hours: Sunday 8 - 11 a.m. and Monday-Thursday 7:30 a.m.-3:00 p.m. Office will be CLOSED on Fridays. Please call before you come. Thank you!



♦ HIGH SCHOOL YOUTH GROUP
Contact Dennis Churilla for details 708-426-6864 if you'd like to join us at one of our gatherings.

 

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