The Catholics of LaSalle in the Illinois River Valley are served by the Parishes of St. Hyacinth and St. Patrick, as well as Queen of the Holy Rosary Shrine and Trinity Catholic Academy.
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Saturday Masses and Services
4pm In-person Mass at St Patrick
4pm In-person Mass at St. Hyacinth
5pm Communion Service at St Patrick Parking lot
Sunday Masses and Services
8am In-person Mass at St Patrick
8am In-person Mass at St. Hyacinth
9am Communion Service at St Patrick Parking lot
10am In-person Mass at St Patrick
10am In-person Mass at Holy Rosary Shrine (Latin)
11am Communion Service at St Patrick Parking lot
12pm In-person Mass at St Hyacinth (Spanish)
In the courtyard of St. Patrick Church (go in Chapel door if bad weather)
Monday 4:30-5:15pm (except second Mondays of the month)
Weekday Mass and Adoration at St. Hyacinth
Mass will be offered publicly Monday through Friday at 8am at St. Hyacinth
Enter through the West side door (near the rectory garages).
Adoration is available Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 5pm until 8pm.
St Hyacinth is open Monday through Friday for prayer from 8am until 5pm.
Saturday Vigil Mass: 4pm
Sunday Masses: 8am, 10am, and 12pm (Spanish)
Weekday Masses: 8am
Weekday Rosary: 3pm and 8:30pm (Spanish)
The dispensation from attendance at Sunday Mass remains in effect. As Catholic Christians, worship at Mass on Sundays is the most basic and important foundation of our spiritual lives. Nonetheless, no one is being encouraged to resume physical presence at Mass if it does not seem prudent.
Wear your mask. Masks are required while entering and leaving the church. We have a limited supply of masks for those who need one, but please bring your own if possible.
Sit in marked pews. Individuals or households need to continue to be at least six feet apart. Please also keep a safe distance in line for Communion.
We can't take up a collection. But the wooden drop safe will be in the aisle for donations before or after the Mass.
Communion Service Saturday at 5pm, Sunday at 9am, 11am
We are a Sacramental People – God comes to us in real and sacred ways. We’ve been without the sacraments, especially the sacraments of Frequent Reception, the Sacraments that keep us going spiritually: Confession of the Sins, and the Holy Eucharist. A few weeks ago we were able to begin offering Confession in an outdoor confessional. Now we are excited to begin Brief Holy Communion services and eventually perhaps even Holy Mass also in the relative safer outdoor environment.
The brief Holy Communion services will typically be offered on the hour following the live-streamed Masses. So, after the 4pm Mass on Saturday, the Holy Communion service will begin at 5pm. On Sunday, Masses are lived streamed at 8am, 10am, and Noon, so Communion Services will be offered at 9am, and 11am. Of course, weather is a factor and we will announce if there is a change at the Mass and on the website.
The Communion service will happen in blacktop parking lot directly in front of St. Patrick Church. Enter on the South end of the Lot, across from the Library. Look for the Vatican Flags that mark the entrance. Once in the lot, drive forward in one of the nine lanes marked in blue paint. Drive all the way up following the arrows until you reach the yellow and white lines before the fence. Larger or taller vehicles, please park on Marquette street or in a side lane. We might not always have a good view. But that is okay.
Please come early, to allow time to get parked and ready for prayer. Tune your radio to our FM frequency to hear the service: 105.1 FM. When it is time for Communion the priests will come to your car. They will have liquid sanitizer to regularly purify their fingers. Please offer your “Amen” quietly to avoid speaking over the ciborium of hosts that are being taken to other cars. After everyone has received Communion, there will be a final prayer and blessing. Cars will leave the lot in an orderly way through the North exit, beginning with the column to the East. Please allow the lane to your right to completely empty before moving towards the exit. Let’s not be in a hurry, this is a time to be with the Lord we have just received.
Bishop Jenky on Fatima and Sheen
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LIVE Videos on EWTN
Internet not your thing? Check out the Live Mass on EWTN at 7am with rebroadcasts at 11am, 6pm, and 11pm. EWTN Rosary is prayed at 10:30am and Divine Mercy Chaplet at 2pm.
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Queen of the Angels and Queen of the May!
Father, As your Son was raised on the cross, His mother Mary stood by Him, sharing His sufferings. May your Church be united with Christ in His suffering and so come to share in His rising to new life. God of mercy, listen to the prayers of your servants who honor your handmaid Mary as mother and queen. Grant that by your grace, we may serve you and our neighbor on earth and be welcomed into your eternal kingdom. We ask this through Christ our Lord. Amen. cf. USCCB,
Our Lady, Crowned, with the names of our parishioners. Help of Christians, Pray for Us!
We're now able to offer outdoor Confessions. We try to follow our normal schedule, with adjustments made for weather. Please look for announcements on the website, FaceBook, and in your email box.
Demand a COVID-19 Vaccine Free from Abortion
There is absolutely no reason why a vaccine for COVID-19 should be connected to abortion. But that is exactly what may happen in the coming months. Among the dozens of vaccines currently in development, some are unnecessarily being produced using old cell lines that were created from the cells of aborted babies.
This is an unneeded exploitation the bodies of aborted children. Other cell lines or processes that do not involve cells from abortions are certainly available and are regularly used for producing vaccines including those for the COVID-19 virus.
The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) along with leaders of many healthcare, bioethics, and pro-life organizations, is urging the Trump Administration to make sure that vaccines for COVID-19 are developed ethically and are free from any connection to the exploitation of abortion.
LaSalle Parish Life Montage
Quarantined in LaSalle
Trinity Catholic Academy Introduces Transfer Grants
Transfer Grants of 50% off regular tuition for qualifying students grades 1-7 available for the 2019-2020 school year.
The TCA Education Commission working with the Diocesan Office of Catholic Schools is announcing a 50% transfer grant for new qualifying students when they transfer to our school for the first year and a 25% grant the year after.
The Illinois Valley Loves Life!
Due to the icy weather, the Illinois Valley contingent of the 2020 Chicago March for Life did not make it to the event, but bus trip organizer Andy Wujek from the Mendota Knights of Columbus worked with Fr. Tom Otto to provide a beautiful impromptu prayer service and Mass last Saturday morning at St. Hyacinth Church in LaSalle for those in the area who could make it. It was so wonderful to be together for LIFE! See you next year on the bus!
TCA 1st - 4th Grades sing the Memorare
See more videos of our music program here.
Archive 2020 See previous website entries in the Archives.
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