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.
 
 
 
MASS SCHEDULE
 
 
In person Liturgies:
Saturday, 4pm in English, 6pm en Español,
Sunday 8 & 10am in English and
Sunday 1pm in Polish
 
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10:00am Virtual Sunday Mass from Transfiguration Church.
 
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COVID-19 PROTOCOL:

We are now requiring that all persons, vaccinated or unvaccinated wear a mask in all indoor church activities.

We will continue to monitor the situation and work with local authorities on changes that may be necessary.
 
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===== The Queen Is Returning

The Queen of Hearts 50/50 Raffle is returning with a new board! The starting jackpot will be $4,000. Purchase your tickets for $5.00 cash after weekend masses at Transfiguration Church, from the Transfiguration Parish Office or Lindy’s Landing. The first drawing will be held on Thursday, February 10 at 8 pm at Lindy’s Landing. Will it be your turn to win?
 
Raffle Rules are posted at www.transfigurationwauconda.com/hearts

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===== Parish Announcements

OFFICE HOURS:

Effective January 26 until further notice, please contact the Laura in the Parish Office 9 am – noon and 1 – 2 pm Monday – Friday to schedule masses, sacramental celebrations and appointments with Fr. Juan Pablo. To discuss funeral arrangements, contact Chris O’Brien at extension 225. The Parish Secretary will be out on medical leave of absence. Volunteers will be present Tuesdays-Fridays until 4:30 pm. It is best to call ahead of time to ascertain that the office is open to fulfill your need. Thank you, in advance, for your cooperation.

DONATION STATEMENTS:

Contact the Parish Office to request your donation statements for 2021.

QUEEN OF HEARTS:

Purchase tickets from Transfiguration Parish Office, at church after masses or at Lindy’s Landing. Updated rules can be found on our website. Volunteers are needed for ticket sales after the masses. Contact the Parish Office at 847-526-2400 if you can help.

BAPTISMAL PREPARATION:

Classes are offered once a month
– Spanish on the 4th Saturday of the month at 2:30pm
– English on the 4th Sunday of the month at 3:00pm
Contact the Parish Office at 847-526-2400 to register.

TAX CREDIT SCHOLARSHIP DONATIONS:

www.frassaticatholicacademy.org for information on how to participate and support Frassati Catholic Academy.

ADULT CONFIRMATION 2022:

If you are a practicing Catholic between the ages of 18 and 99 who has made First Communion but has not yet been Confirmed and would like to be – Vicariate 1 of the Archdiocese of Chicago will offer preparation sessions (weekly on Mondays) in English beginning, March 14, 2022 at St. Edna Church in Arlington Heights, IL. Information and registration can be found at https://vic1chicago.org/adultconfirmation. A copy of your baptismal certificate, a $50 registration fee and the completed, signed by pastor registration form are due the first session.

MASS INTENTIONS:

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

PRAYER LIST:

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.


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===== Renew My Church Update

We have GREAT NEWS to share on the Renew My Church outcome!  See full explanation HERE.

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01.16.22 ===== Bishop Grob Pastoral Visit

This coming January 16, 2022, for the 10:00am Mass, auxiliary bishop Most Rev. Jeffrey Grob will visit our parish in the name of Cardinal Blase J. Cupich, Archbishop of Chicago, as part of the series of Pastoral Visits to the different parishes in the Archdiocese of Chicago.

But what is a Pastoral Visit? According to Canon Law 396.1: “A bishop is obliged to visit the diocese annually either in whole or in part, so that he visits the entire diocese at least every five years either personally or, if he has been legitimately impeded, through the coadjutor bishop, an auxiliary, vicar general, episcopal vicar, or another presbyter.” Pastoral Visits have been done so that the bishop will know the situation of the parish, its parish priest and the parish servants, the conditions of the temporal goods of the parish, which include financial goods and properties, and thus, he may give recommendations on how to serve the parish better in the future.

On the day of the Visit, the Bishop is welcomed at the doors of the church, after which he proceeds to the altar where the Blessed Sacrament is kept for a moment of prayer. 
 
He then goes to the sacristy to vest for Mass. The Mass is attended by the parish community, led by the Parish Pastoral Council and the different ministries and organizations of the parish.

Everybody is invited to take part in this event. The presence of a bishop is a blessing to the parish when he visits. Those who attend and participate in the liturgical celebrations during the Visit may gain indulgences as well.

COME, LET’S CELEBRATE!


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PRAYER

Celebrating Our Faith More Joyfully

EDUCATION

Learning Our Faith More Deeply

SERVICE

Sharing Our Faith More Intentionally
 

SOCIAL

Living Our Faith More Lively