St. Anastasia Parish

News and Announcements

Life Teen Life Nights!

Join us this summer every Monday at 6 PM!

All high school students are invited to join us for fun, praise and worship, and fellowship at St. Paul the Apostle in Gurnee!
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Tamale Sales

Saturday, November 10th - 2:00 pm to 6:00 pm
Sunday, November 11th - 8:30 am to 12:30 pm

Red or Green * All Pork*
$15 Dozen or $8 1/2 Dozen

For more information contact: Ignacio Orozco (224) 944-7446 or email ixo0381@gmail.com

All Proceeds to benefit St. Anastasia Parish
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Time to Remember Liturgy - Tuesday, November 6th at 7:00 pm

Our Catholic tradition reserves a special time to remember deceased family and friends. Their departure for eternal life leaves us with a heavy heart. St. Anastasia has a wonderful tradition to comfort us through these times - our annual “Time to Remember” liturgy. This moving and uplifting observance offers us a visual and rewarding means to pray for and remember our departed loved ones. During a “Time to Remember” the names of those who have died between October 1, 2017 through September 30, 2018 are read aloud, and their names are recorded in our Book of Life. Family members or close friends come forward to light a candle in their memory.

During this liturgy families and friends are invited to remember other loved ones who have passed away. Any questions, please feel free to contact Mrs. Garcia at the parish office (847) 623-2875 or email lgarcia@stanastasiaparish.org

We invite all to attend the liturgy regardless of whether you have experienced the loss of a loved one recently.
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Holy Fire - Chicago

A Middle School Event Like No Other!

Saturday, October 27, 2018
University of Illinois Chicago Pavilion
525 S. Racine Ave.
Chicago, IL


Any questions, please contact Fr. Radley at (847) 623-2875 or email ralcantara@stanastasiaparish.org

** Registration Deadline: Sunday, August 5, 2018 **
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Immigration Weekend

September 8 - 9, 2018

This weekend of September 8–9 across the Archdiocese of Chicago, we will reflect as a people of faith on immigration and the plight of immigrants and refugees arriving in our nation. Government officials and our elected representatives have the responsibility to develop sound and humane policies and regulations that reflect the values of our great nation. Beyond policies for immigration, however, there are immigrants and refugees, real people like us who deserve our attention, concern, and care. They are men, women, and children, many of whom are desperately fleeing the violence of their home countries.
What does this mean? And, practically speaking, what can we do? These are the questions will take up as we listen to the word of God and pray for enlightenment.
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