Lord, it is wonderful
for us to be here…
–Matthew 17:4


Welcome to Transfiguration!

Transfiguration Parish is a people called to build a Catholic
Faith Community by seeking Christ and sharing His Gospel
through Prayer, Education, Service and Social Activities.


In person Liturgies:
Saturday, 4pm in English and
6pm en Español
Sunday 8 & 10am in English and
1pm in Polish
NOTE: Weekday Mass Schedule has changed.  Click on Full Mass Schedule above for details.
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Lord, let your face shine on us.

— Psalm 4

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===== Welcome to Our Church

Welcome to Our Parish Family!
Bienvenidos a Nuestra Familia Parroquial!
We would like to extend a very warm welcome to our new parishioners and visitors!   We are so pleased that you are with us!
Nos gustaría darles una cálida bienvenida a todos nuestras nuevos miembros y visitantes!  Estamos muy felices que estén con nosotros!
Transfiguration Catholic Community
“Walking United as Faithful Disciples of Jesus Christ”
“Caminando Unidos Como Discípulos Fieles de Jesucristo”

For more information please call the Parish office.
Para mas información por favor llamar a las oficinas parroquiales.


===== Online Evening Prayer

TRANSFIGURATION PARISH Presents: Online Evening Prayer
Sundays at 7:30pm
Presentation will be led by Deacon Chris Fisher on Teams. If you need a meeting link or download link for a free Teams account, contact Ken Michaels at kmichaels58@gmail.com. Text of prayers will be displayed online. However, if you wish to preview text each day, check the evening prayers for the appropriate date at the free online service at www.divineoffice.org
We gather on TEAMS here: Meeting Link
Give both God and yourself 15 minutes of peace and comfort with the Evening Prayer (Vespers) of the Liturgy of the Hours (LOTH). The prayers will take 15 minutes or less and will bring a sense of renewal and encouragement to you after a busy day. All are welcome to participate in this devotional prayer whenever you may be available.


===== Vacation Bible School

VBS 2024 Flyer

Registration is now open for our 2024 Vacation Bible School. 

Information and registration form is available HERE.



===== Parish Announcements


Please keep in mind that our bulletin deadline is the Tuesday before the weekend’s bulletin. If you would like to request a mass intention or add a person’s name to our prayer list and would like it to appear in the bulletin.

Parish Office Regular Hours:

Winter Hours:  The parish office will be open from 8:30am to 4:30pm Monday-Friday.


If you’re a local business and would like to advertise in our parish bulletin please contact Shannon Miller at LPi. Her direct number is (253.875.0997 or Email: SMiller1@4LPi.com. Please use bulletin reference number 01-1651.


If you are planning a special celebration wedding, quince or baptismal for this upcoming year please call the office to secure a date or make an appointment to meet with a priest to start your marriage paperwork. (847) 526-2400.


Contact the Parish Office to request your donation statement or email CamieJKwasigroch@archchicago.org.


If you are a parishioners that leaves the area seasonally, please contact the office to suspend your mail for that time and help us save the cost of returned postage. Additionally, if you have recently changed any of your contact information, it is important to update us as well. Your assistance is greatly appreciated. Call (847) 526-2400 or email transfiguration-mill@archchicago.org


Sessions are conducted on Sundays beginning with 10 am mass. Formation then takes place in the Parish Office Meeting Rooms. Any interested person is welcome to join the sessions. MORE INFO HERE…


For those who need them, diapers are not a luxury. They are a necessity that greatly affects vulnerable populations who cannot help themselves—babies, the elderly, and the disabled. The impact of not having diapers is interwoven with a multitude of other issues surrounding life in poverty and crisis. TO APPLY FOR DIAPERS please go to: https://diaperbanklc.com/


We would like to continue to offer the Zoom link to all interested families and really anyone that would like to say the rosary. It is the perfect way to end your day and reflect.
Zoom Meeting: Meeting ID: 849 2791 3904 Passcode: n7cxhg
Join us at 8:30pm on Sundays, Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays.


If you or a family member is home bound and would like to receive Holy Communion please call the parish office at (847) 526-2400 Monday through Friday from 9am to 5pm or email us at Transfiguration-Mill@Archchicago.org. We will forward the message to one of our communion ministers.


are available for anyone who would like their intentions to be remembered at Mass. Intentions are available for those who have died or for someone who is living. Call us to obtain a date and time. (847) 526—2400.  Mass intentions are to be called or emailed no later than Monday of every week. This guarantees your loved one name will appear in the weekend bulletin.  The parish bulletin is submitted on Tuesday of every week.


Please check in with us at the office to update the prayer list. Send an email to Transfiguration-Mill@archchicago.org or call the office at (847) 526-2400.


===== Ministry of Prayer

We know that life can be challenging and the only thing that may help to get you back to center is Prayer. We believe very strongly in the power of Prayer. This belief and knowing comes from seeing or hearing about the many demonstrations or testimonies in the lives of people around the world. 
At the end of weekend Masses the Transfiguration Ministry of Prayer will be in the front of the Church to pray for you or someone you love and care for.
Please know that each Minister of Transfiguration Ministry of Prayer commits to holding your intentions in the light of Christ, standing in Truth, Principle and Love. Prayer is the tool we use to know the truth. It is not about begging or pleading for something to happen to change the conditions in life. It is about aligning ourselves with the all good of God that surrounds us at all times. Every request we receive is treated with love, compassion, respect and dignity.
More than ever I find myself
in the hands of God.
This is what I have wanted all my life from my youth.
But now there is a difference;
the initiative is entirely with God.
It is indeed a profound spiritual experience to know
and feel myself so totally in God’s hands.
– Pedro Arrupe, S.J.


===== 2024 Annual Catholic Appeal

Our parish is conducting our campaign for the Annual Catholic Appeal. Please remember that the Annual Catholic Appeal is much different than a one-time special collection. It is a pledge campaign where you can make a gift payable in installments. The new Annual Catholic Appeal theme, “Together at the table,” is an important theme as we prayerfully consider our support for the Appeal but also important for embracing the life that the Lord wants us to live.
Each pledge makes a difference! All parish communities participate in the campaign and the gifts of many enable our parishes, schools and ministries to deliver needed services. Thank you for your prayerful consideration and generous response. 
To make your gift, you can complete the mail-in giving envelope available at church or make a gift online at


===== Sunday Stewardship

“As you go, make this proclamation:
‘The kingdom of heaven is at hand.’”
-Matthew 10:7
Many of us take our lives for granted. We think we have plenty of time to “repent.” Maybe we should live with a little more urgency in making things right with God. This is the difference in living our discipleship out of obligation versus out of love.
Obligation implies we do the minimum required. Love implies we want a relationship. God wants us to be with Him in Heaven forever, but He also wants to be in relationship with us right now, while we are on earth. Start this second – invite the Lord into your heart.

Thank you!



Celebrating Our Faith More Joyfully


Learning Our Faith More Deeply


Sharing Our Faith More Intentionally


Living Our Faith More Lively