Blessed Mother Catholic Church is a faith-filled community inspired by the Holy Spirit. Our parish family worships and grows together to accomplish the same God-given mission as Jesus through evangelization and active concern for all.

Mass & Confession Times

Sunday Mass Times        Confession
Saturday: 4 PM                  Saturday: 12:30 to 2 PM

Sunday: 7 AM                     or by appointment
Sunday: 10 AM
Sunday: 5:00 PM

Weekday Mass Times     Office Hours
Monday: 6:30 AM               7 AM to 4 PM weekly, 
Tuesday: 6 PM                    or by appointment
Wednesday: 6:30 AM              
Thursday: Noon (12 PM)
Friday: Noon (12 PM)

2019 Priest Appreciation Sunday & Block Party

 

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Tri-Parish Mission November 11-13

The November 11-13, 2019 Mission will be presented by two priests, Father Brad Zamora, Director of Liturgy at Mundelein Seminary, and Father Matt O’Donnell, pastor of St. Columbanus in Chicago.  The time will be 6:30 to 8 PM, with a reception to follow at each Parish.  The theme is “Seasons of Discipleship”, and they will at Blessed Mother Church on Monday, November 11, Saints Joseph & Paul Church on Tuesday,  and St. Stephen Cathedral on Wednesday.

2019 Tri-Parish Mission

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Bible Study (Evening) Wednesdays 6 PM

Do you have a personal relationship with Jesus?  Reading the Bible and spending time with Jesus is a great way to develop that relationship.  We get to hear Jesus’ words for our lives today.  This weekly Bible Study program meets on Wednesdays from 6 to 7 PM, in the St. John Bosco Room inside the Parish Hall.  This is an open group for adults of all ages, and older teens may attend with a parent as well.  We discuss the upcoming Scripture readings, relevant catechism, Saint of the week, and answer any questions.  We won't go into personal stories, but let’s find out what Jesus says in the Bible about marriage, abortion, immigration, and anything else.  This program is free, and you may borrow a Bible if needed.  Click here to go to our website for a schedule and additional information.  

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Parish Staff

Faith Formation

Michael Fonseca is presenting “A School of Prayer & Holiness” at four locations across the diocese: Paducah, Hopkinsville, Bowling Green and St. Stephen Cathedral in November. Saturday, Nov. 16 at Saint Stephen Cathedral, will be from 9 AM to 1 PM.  His message will inspire you and equip you to live in greater union with God! Contact Jeff Andrini at 270-683-1545 or [email protected] for more information or to register.  

 

National Catholic Youth Conference (NCYC)

NCYC (National Catholic Youth Conference) National Catholic Youth Conference (NCYC) will take place November 21-23, 2019 with our delegation leaving on Wednesday, November 20th.  This year the conference will once again be held in Indianapolis, IN, with the theme of “Blessed, Broken, Given”  It will be an exciting time for our youth and those involved in youth ministry to gather in a celebration of faith with youth and adults from all over the country.  More than 23,000 youth and adults attended NCYC in 2017. 

The conference provides an excellent opportunity for youth and adult participants to learn more about their faith through keynote speakers as well as workshops and sessions.  Other features include a large exhibit area with Catholic resources, religious orders, colleges, and universities.  There are also many interactive experiences that include interacting with bishops from across the country.  Reconciliation and Adoration are offered throughout the event.   The highlight of the conference is the closing liturgy; it is an awesome experience to celebrate the Eucharist with thousands of other Catholics.  For more information go to: owensborodiocese.org/national-catholic-youth-conference/.