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    St. Terrence Worship Site
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    Our St. Terrence Worship Site, Masses: Saturday Vigil 5pm & Sunday 11am
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  • Scam Warning

    WARNING! Please note: there is an old scam going around where someone is posing as a pastor or an associate pastor, using the actual names, asking for money or gift cards via e-mail or text messages due to some "emergency." The request is typically sent from 'out of the area' phone number or a strange, easily-created email address.  This is a scam that is happening in many parishes. Those who publicize their names, phone numbers, or email addresses in parish bulletins are prompt to receive such scam requests. Please do not respond!

    Please be vigilant in this matter.  Please be cautious about scammers!  Don’t be scammed yourself!  No one from Incarnation St. Terrence Parish will EVER ask for money or gift cards via text or email for any reason. And if you have doubts, call the parish directly and speak to your priest in person.

    Please be assured that this scam has been reported to the proper authorities.

  • Catholics Come Home!

    Cardinal Cupich announced the end of a general dispensation that was granted at the beginning of the Pandemic.

    Thus, for Catholics in the Archdiocese of Chicago, Sunday Mass becomes obligatory once again. Catholic, Come Home! Come Home to the Lord!


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  • Seven Sisters Apostolate

    On Sunday, August 7th, 2022,  during our 8:00 morning Mass, we witnessed the commitment ceremony of our newly established Seven Sisters Apostolate.

    This Apostolate was founded in 2010 in the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis, but currently, there are groups throughout the United States and other countries.
    This new-to-our-parishes apostolate has, as its mission, primarily praying for the pastor and his intentions. "A call to strengthen the Church by ensuring that a Holy Hour is prayed each day of the week for the sole intention of a specific priest or bishop - a 'holy wasting' or lavishing of prayer for his deeper conformity to Christ."

    Due to very successful response from the ladies of Incarnation Parish Church and St. Terrence Worship Site, once the primary committed group was established for the Pastor, another subsequent group was formed to support the Associate Pastor, Fr. Pawel, prayerfully.
    The group’s intention is directed towards the office of the shepherd more than the individual. In other words, the group prays for the priest until he is reassigned, at which time his successor becomes the recipient of those prayers.

    Each member commits to a Holy Hour on a particular day of the week, thus covering an entire week. The commitment is to that day. The Seven Sisters may pray at any time on that day. The Holy Hour is typically prayed in the presence of the Blessed Sacrament in our Perpetual Adoration Chapel.

    From the bottom of my heart, I want to thank all members of the Seven Sisters Apostolate for their commitment and support as I shepherd the newly established parish with Fr. Pawel’s support. Through the generous and prayerful people like those committed women of our parish, my spirit is uplifted, and I feel encouraged as I continue to build a strong foundation for our newly created Parish.

                                           Fr. Arek

    "Support your priests with your love and prayers, that they may always be shepherds after Christ's heart" - Pope Francis.

    “In strengthening the priest, you strengthen the whole Church... Strengthen the priest, and you strengthen the whole foundation, you strengthen everything in the Church” - Fr. Gerald Fitzgerald, s.P., Founder Handmaids of the Precious Blood.

  • Would you like to serve the Lord and His people?

    We are looking for parishioners who would like to become Lectors, Commentators, Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion, and Ushers.  Proper instruction and training in these roles will be provided along with a ministry schedule.  This is a wonderful opportunity to serve the Lord and His People. Please call the Parish Office if you are interested.

  • A Synod on Synodality

    It is not unusual for the Catholic Church to call a synod, a gathering of leaders. What is unique about the synod that Pope Francis called on October 9 & 10, 2021 is that this two-year synod is being called a “Synod on Synodality.” What does that mean? It means that Pope Francis is inviting the entire Church, the People of God, to reflect on its life and mission. We are each being called to reflect on and share what we experience as life-giving and disciple-forming in our parishes and communities.

    Then, by sharing these experiences with each other, and by reflecting together on what the Holy Spirit is saying to the Church today, the Pope and Church leadership will be able to explore which processes are helping Her to live communion, to achieve widespread participation, and to open Herself more to living the mission of Christ.

    So how do we join in the discussion?

    1. Share your own voice about what you experience as Church here at Incarnation Parish.
    Click here to participate. 

    2. Connect to the Archdiocese of Chicago’s SYNOD website information. 

    3. Connect to the USCCB’s SYNOD website information.

    Be a part of the movement of the Holy Spirit in our Catholic Church! Experience the journey of Synodality!

  • Blessed Carlo Acutis 

    On October 3rd, 2021 during the 11:00 AM Mass, our Pastor, Fr. Arek was honored to introduce to the Parish Family Blessed Carlo Acutis.  He preached about his life and accomplishments and he blessed the painting of Blessed Carlo that is now permanently on display in our Church.
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  • YouTube Live Stream Masses
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    We Live Stream Sunday 9:30 am Mass and all Weekday Liturgies From Incarnation Parish Church.

    An Act of Spiritual Communion

    (Permission to podcast & stream the music in our services obtained from ONE LICENSE, License #A-721856. All rights reserved).



  • Lord, let your perpetual light shine on your servant Joseph Ratzinger, Pope Benedict XVI, and may he rest in peace. Grant, his soul, eternal rest through Christ our Lord. Amen.

  • United with Ukraine

    Consecration of Ukraine and Russia to the Immaculate Heart of Mary:

    Incarnation Parish joined in prayer Pope Francis in Consecration of Ukraine and Russia to the Immaculate Heart of Mary on Friday, March 25, 2022. 

  • Let's Stay in Touch!


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  • The Journey - Alpha Program

    Answering the call for the New Evangelization, all leaders and members of all ministries from Formation/Education, Spiritual Life, Parish Life and Human Concerns Commissions participated in the spiritual and evangelical renewal program “Alpha” that was adopted to the needs of Incarnation Parish and given our own name of “Journey to the Heart of the Faith.”  This faith formation in our Parish is ongoing.  We continue by offering programs to all parishioners throughout the year.  Please watch the video below:

  • Saint's relics and the statue of St. Michael the Archangel


    We are happy to share with our parish community that the long-awaited statue of St. Michael the Archangel has been completed and is on display in our church. 
    May St. Michael the Archangel and all Saints intercede for our parish, for our Archdiocese, and the whole Church.  May their example inspire us to imitate Jesus in our own life.

    We also welcomed the first-class relic of St. Faustina Kowalska to our Parish! In the specially built reliquary in our Church, you can also find the following first-class relics:

    - True Cross of our Lord Jesus
    - St. John of the Cross
    - St. Simon Stock
    - St. Germaine
    - St. Maria Goretti
    - St. Brother Albert Chmielowski
    - St. Vincent de Paul
    - Bl. Francis Xavier Seelos
    - Bl. Sister Bernardyna Jablonska

    May God continue to bless our Incarnation Family, and may the Saints intercede for us.