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English
Monday 8:00 am
Tuesday 8:00 am
Wednesday 9:00 am (during academic year)  8:00 am beginning June 8, 2016
Thursday 8:00 am
Friday 8:00 am
Saturday 8:00 am, 5:00 pm
Sunday 7:30 am, 11:00 am

English/Spanish Bi-lingual
Sunday 9:00 am

Spanish
Saturday 6:30 pm

Polish
Sunday 12:30 pm


Holy Day Masses 
English 8:00, 6:30pm
English 10:00 am school months only
Polish:  8:00 pm


Memorial Day & Thanksgiving Mass 9:00 am
Anointing of Sick, First Saturday       8:00 am

Reconciliation
(Confession)
Saturday 4:00 pm-English  7:30 pm-Spanish
Sunday 12:00 noon - Polish
First Fridays 6:45 pm
Monday through Friday after 8:00 am Mass or by appointment

Call Parish Office for information to schedule
Weddings, Baptism or Funeral Services.

Parish Office, School
and
School of Religion

316 West Mill Street
Wauconda, Illinois 60084-1890
(847) 526-2400 (Parish)
(847) 526-6311 (School)
(847) 526-6400 (Religious Education)
parish@transfigurationwauconda.com

English
Monday 8:00 am
Tuesday 8:00 am
Wednesday 9:00 am (during academic year)  8:00 am beginning June 8, 2016
Thursday 8:00 am
Friday 8:00 am
Saturday 8:00 am, 5:00 pm
Sunday 7:30 am, 11:00 am

English/Spanish Bi-lingual
Sunday 9:00 am

Spanish
Saturday 6:30 pm

Polish
Sunday 12:30 pm


Holy Day Masses 
English 8:00, 6:30pm
English 10:00 am school months only
Polish:  8:00 pm


Memorial Day & Thanksgiving Mass 9:00 am
Anointing of Sick, First Saturday       8:00 am

Reconciliation
(Confession)
Saturday 4:00 pm-English  7:30 pm-Spanish
Sunday 12:00 noon - Polish
First Fridays 6:45 pm
Monday through Friday after 8:00 am Mass or by appointment

Call Parish Office for information to schedule
Weddings, Baptism or Funeral Services.

Parish Office, School
and
School of Religion

316 West Mill Street
Wauconda, Illinois 60084-1890
(847) 526-2400 (Parish)
(847) 526-6311 (School)
(847) 526-6400 (Religious Education)
parish@transfigurationwauconda.com

Easter Altar Mosaic at Transfiguration Wauconda
Easter Altar Mosaic at Transfiguration Wauconda

Welcome To Transfiguration Parish

We are a people called to build a Catholic faith community by seeking Christ and sharing His Gospel through prayer, education, service and social activities.

Welcome To Transfiguration Parish

We are a people called to build a Catholic faith community by seeking Christ and sharing His Gospel through prayer, education, service and social activities.

News

Memorial Day Mass will be celebrated at 9:00 am at Transfiguration Cemetery (East of town on the north side of Rte. 176) weather permitting. In the event of rain, mass will be celebrated at the church.

Fr. Ron's Farewell weekend June 11 & 12
Ron will preach at all the weekend masses and there will be light refreshments at receptions following each of the masses.

175th Anniversary - Memorial Day Parade  

Transfiguration is walking in the Memorial Day Parade. Parishioners are invited to walk with us. Meet at the Park District parking lot by 9 am on Monday, May 30. Our group will gather at the 8 foot cake.

We continue our planning for the monthly activities which began in August of 2015 and end in August of 2016. We will kicked off the year with Prayer: August 9 Bishop Rassas presided at the 9 am mass to begin the anniversary year. Oktoberfest took place on September 19. We are also planning service and outreach activities, other masses at various locations, picnics and participation in area parades on Memorial Day and July 4.
We need your participation in the planning and success of our activities. Anyone that would have historical information and pictures to please contact us. Our history committee would love to speak with you. Please contact Kathie at the Parish Office 847-526-2400 x245.

Consider enrolling your child in Catholic School scholarships are available. Contact Chris Brannan - Transfiguration Elementary PK3-Gr. 5 at 847-526-6311 or Beth D'Incognito - Frassati Catholic Academy Gr 6 - 8 at 847-487-5600.

 

Transfiguration To Teach Who Christ Is
Please watch our Youtube video: click here

Transfiguration started the To Teach Who Christ Is campaign in the autumn of 2013 and received pledges totaling $670,000 toward our goal of $1,015,000. Your generosity has allowed us to move forward with important projects. These include the sealing and restriping of the parking lots, replacing lights in the Parish Life Center, installing a new phone and computer system. An architect has assisted with the renovation of the Church. Thank you for your early and generous financial support which has allowed these developments to become a reality.

However, we are still short of addressing all of our needs and fulfilling our goals. Thus, I have decided to reintroduce the To Teach Who Christ Is campaign and at the same time, increase our original goal of $1,015,000 to $1,500,000. Enhancing our goal will allow us to address additional needs, reduce our debt and establish a reserve fund. In just a couple of short weeks, our renewed efforts have already raised $250,000 in new pledges from just 51 families - This brings our new total raised to almost $920,000!

In the coming weeks, I will ask for your thoughtful and prayerful pledge. If you have questions please contact our campaign chairs: Gene Faut at 224-305-6176 or Mark or Karen Abernathy 847-526-6079.Weekly Wednesday Holy Hour
Our Evangelization Commission invites you to attend our Wednesday Holy Hour at 7 PM in Church.  Come and experience the peace of Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament. Join the journey with guided prayer, music and silence.  Come and be spiritually fed and uplifted.

First Friday Adoration - June 3, 2016
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament will begin at 8:30 am and continues until 6:30 pm in the Old White Church on the First Friday of the Month. At 6:45 pm in the main church, the Rosary will be prayed. Confessions in Polish or English will be heard at 7:00 pm. There is a sign up binder in the vestibule of church 1 week prior for those that can commit to 1 hour of time.  We need to have someone with the Blessed Sacrament at all times.  Please come and pray before the Lord, exposed in the Blessed Sacrament, for any amount of time.

Catholic Consortium of Lake County Schools:
Enrollment for 2016-2017 school year. Transfiguration Elementary (Gr: PS 3-5) and Frassati Catholic Academy (Gr 6-8) are on our campus. Contact Chris Brannan 847-526-6311 for Transfiguration Elementary or Beth D'Incognito 847-487-5600 for Frassati.
 

Memorial Day Mass will be celebrated at 9:00 am at Transfiguration Cemetery (East of town on the north side of Rte. 176) weather permitting. In the event of rain, mass will be celebrated at the church.

Fr. Ron's Farewell weekend June 11 & 12
Ron will preach at all the weekend masses and there will be light refreshments at receptions following each of the masses.

175th Anniversary - Memorial Day Parade  

Transfiguration is walking in the Memorial Day Parade. Parishioners are invited to walk with us. Meet at the Park District parking lot by 9 am on Monday, May 30. Our group will gather at the 8 foot cake.

We continue our planning for the monthly activities which began in August of 2015 and end in August of 2016. We will kicked off the year with Prayer: August 9 Bishop Rassas presided at the 9 am mass to begin the anniversary year. Oktoberfest took place on September 19. We are also planning service and outreach activities, other masses at various locations, picnics and participation in area parades on Memorial Day and July 4.
We need your participation in the planning and success of our activities. Anyone that would have historical information and pictures to please contact us. Our history committee would love to speak with you. Please contact Kathie at the Parish Office 847-526-2400 x245.

Consider enrolling your child in Catholic School scholarships are available. Contact Chris Brannan - Transfiguration Elementary PK3-Gr. 5 at 847-526-6311 or Beth D'Incognito - Frassati Catholic Academy Gr 6 - 8 at 847-487-5600.

 

Transfiguration To Teach Who Christ Is
Please watch our Youtube video: click here

Transfiguration started the To Teach Who Christ Is campaign in the autumn of 2013 and received pledges totaling $670,000 toward our goal of $1,015,000. Your generosity has allowed us to move forward with important projects. These include the sealing and restriping of the parking lots, replacing lights in the Parish Life Center, installing a new phone and computer system. An architect has assisted with the renovation of the Church. Thank you for your early and generous financial support which has allowed these developments to become a reality.

However, we are still short of addressing all of our needs and fulfilling our goals. Thus, I have decided to reintroduce the To Teach Who Christ Is campaign and at the same time, increase our original goal of $1,015,000 to $1,500,000. Enhancing our goal will allow us to address additional needs, reduce our debt and establish a reserve fund. In just a couple of short weeks, our renewed efforts have already raised $250,000 in new pledges from just 51 families - This brings our new total raised to almost $920,000!

In the coming weeks, I will ask for your thoughtful and prayerful pledge. If you have questions please contact our campaign chairs: Gene Faut at 224-305-6176 or Mark or Karen Abernathy 847-526-6079.Weekly Wednesday Holy Hour
Our Evangelization Commission invites you to attend our Wednesday Holy Hour at 7 PM in Church.  Come and experience the peace of Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament. Join the journey with guided prayer, music and silence.  Come and be spiritually fed and uplifted.

First Friday Adoration - June 3, 2016
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament will begin at 8:30 am and continues until 6:30 pm in the Old White Church on the First Friday of the Month. At 6:45 pm in the main church, the Rosary will be prayed. Confessions in Polish or English will be heard at 7:00 pm. There is a sign up binder in the vestibule of church 1 week prior for those that can commit to 1 hour of time.  We need to have someone with the Blessed Sacrament at all times.  Please come and pray before the Lord, exposed in the Blessed Sacrament, for any amount of time.

Catholic Consortium of Lake County Schools:
Enrollment for 2016-2017 school year. Transfiguration Elementary (Gr: PS 3-5) and Frassati Catholic Academy (Gr 6-8) are on our campus. Contact Chris Brannan 847-526-6311 for Transfiguration Elementary or Beth D'Incognito 847-487-5600 for Frassati.
 

  
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175th Anniversary Events
8/9/2015 Kickoff Mass w/Bishop Rassas New Church Sunday 9 am
9/19/2015 Oktoberfest Main Church Parking Lot Saturday 3-11 pm
11/14/2015 Mass 2 Prior Church (Parish Offices) Saturday 5 pm
Postponed Madrigal Dinner Old White Church Saturday 7 pm
Postponed Madrigal Matinee Old White Church Sunday 3 pm
Cancelled Irish Fest/Corned Beef & Cabbage Parish Life Center Saturday evening
4/2016 Feed Our Starving Children Service in Schaumburg Date/time TBD
4/2016 PADS w/ Messiah Lutheran Messiah Lutheran Date/time TBD
5/30/2016 Memorial Day Parade Wauconda Monday morning
6/19/2016 Mass 3 Old White Church Sunday 7:30 am
7/4/2016 Parade Island Lake Monday morning
7/10/2016 Mass 4 Cemetery Sunday 11 am
8/6/2016 Closing Mass w/Archbishop New Church Saturday 5 pm
8/7/2016 Closing picnic Phil's Beach, Wauconda  

 

 

 

 

 

 

Find out information about the plan:
http://www.archchicago.org/StrategicPlan/

 

Catholics Come Home
Find out information about
this campaign here.

Every Monday
7pm Polish Devotions

Every Wednesday
7pm Adoration, Holy Hour

 

175th Anniversary Events
8/9/2015 Kickoff Mass w/Bishop Rassas New Church Sunday 9 am
9/19/2015 Oktoberfest Main Church Parking Lot Saturday 3-11 pm
11/14/2015 Mass 2 Prior Church (Parish Offices) Saturday 5 pm
Postponed Madrigal Dinner Old White Church Saturday 7 pm
Postponed Madrigal Matinee Old White Church Sunday 3 pm
Cancelled Irish Fest/Corned Beef & Cabbage Parish Life Center Saturday evening
4/2016 Feed Our Starving Children Service in Schaumburg Date/time TBD
4/2016 PADS w/ Messiah Lutheran Messiah Lutheran Date/time TBD
5/30/2016 Memorial Day Parade Wauconda Monday morning
6/19/2016 Mass 3 Old White Church Sunday 7:30 am
7/4/2016 Parade Island Lake Monday morning
7/10/2016 Mass 4 Cemetery Sunday 11 am
8/6/2016 Closing Mass w/Archbishop New Church Saturday 5 pm
8/7/2016 Closing picnic Phil's Beach, Wauconda  

 

 

 

 

 

 

Find out information about the plan:
http://www.archchicago.org/StrategicPlan/

 

Catholics Come Home
Find out information about
this campaign here.

Every Monday
7pm Polish Devotions

Every Wednesday
7pm Adoration, Holy Hour

 

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Parish Support
Resources

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Parish Support
Resources

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Information

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Information

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Donate Online

Annual Envelope Boxes (effective October 2015) for registered parishioners can be picked up from the Parish Office.  You may wish to save us the cost of printing a box of envelopes for you as well as the cost of a check for yourself by using online giving at GiveCentral.org. If you have questions about or need envelopes, contact Monika at extension 223 in the Parish Office for more information.

Donate Online

Annual Envelope Boxes (effective October 2015) for registered parishioners can be picked up from the Parish Office.  You may wish to save us the cost of printing a box of envelopes for you as well as the cost of a check for yourself by using online giving at GiveCentral.org. If you have questions about or need envelopes, contact Monika at extension 223 in the Parish Office for more information.

Holy Year, Jubilee of Mercy Minimize

It is a grace that Transfiguration has been designated as a pilgrimage site for the Holy Uear, Jubilee of Mercy. Doors at the main churh and Old White Church (weekday masses) have been appropriately blessed and marked. The doors indicate that we are leaving our regular life, crossing a threshold to enter a new living place to relate with God's mercy. The action may be physical but the result is spiritual. It includes a time of prayer, either receiving the Eucharist, another service or personal reflection; making a profession of faith; going to confession and praying for the intentions of Pope Francis. This obtains a plenary indulgence which is "a remission before God of temporal punishment for sins which have already been forgiven." The church as minister of redemption has the authorith to dispense this treasure. A plenary indulgence may be applied to someone who has died.

Additionally, our ARchbishop Cupich encourages us to practice one of the spiritual or corporal works of mercy during this Year of Mercy. They are included here:

Corporal Works of Mercy: Feed the hungry; give drink to the thirsty; clothe the naked; welcome the stranger; visit the sick; visit the imprisoned; bury the dead.

Spiritual Works of Mercy: Counsel the doubtful; teach those who lack knowledge; admonish sinners; comfort the affliceted; forgive those who hurt us; bear patiently thos who so us ill; pray for the living and the dead.

Be merciful as your heavenly Father is merciful.

To view the Blessing of the Holy Door video, please visit: https://youtu.be/1qHmScvQVOU (click link, or type or copy the URL into your browser).

It is a grace that Transfiguration has been designated as a pilgrimage site for the Holy Uear, Jubilee of Mercy. Doors at the main churh and Old White Church (weekday masses) have been appropriately blessed and marked. The doors indicate that we are leaving our regular life, crossing a threshold to enter a new living place to relate with God's mercy. The action may be physical but the result is spiritual. It includes a time of prayer, either receiving the Eucharist, another service or personal reflection; making a profession of faith; going to confession and praying for the intentions of Pope Francis. This obtains a plenary indulgence which is "a remission before God of temporal punishment for sins which have already been forgiven." The church as minister of redemption has the authorith to dispense this treasure. A plenary indulgence may be applied to someone who has died.

Additionally, our ARchbishop Cupich encourages us to practice one of the spiritual or corporal works of mercy during this Year of Mercy. They are included here:

Corporal Works of Mercy: Feed the hungry; give drink to the thirsty; clothe the naked; welcome the stranger; visit the sick; visit the imprisoned; bury the dead.

Spiritual Works of Mercy: Counsel the doubtful; teach those who lack knowledge; admonish sinners; comfort the affliceted; forgive those who hurt us; bear patiently thos who so us ill; pray for the living and the dead.

Be merciful as your heavenly Father is merciful.

To view the Blessing of the Holy Door video, please visit: https://youtu.be/1qHmScvQVOU (click link, or type or copy the URL into your browser).

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