We are together again! Effective Friday, June 11, with the start of Restore Illinois Phase 5 our church will be open. We no longer will have capacity limitations, require social distancing or require registration for contract tracing. Click the button below for full details.
Schedule subject to change.
Weekend Mass Schedules
June 12/13 through July 3/4
Saturday 5:00 pm
Sunday 9:00 am*, 11:00 am
Sunday 7:30 am mass will resume on July 11
Weekday Mass Schedule
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday at 9:00 am in the Chapel
Monday 5:00 pm – 6:30 pm Church
Daily 6:00 am – Midnight
Adoration Chapel – Beginning Monday, June 14
Weekdays 8:30 am – 4:00 pm
Saturday 4:30 pm – 6:15 pm
Sunday 8:30 pm – 12:30 pm
*This Mass is live streamed.
In light of recent guideline updates from the Archdiocese, we are now able to modify some of our current Covid-19 protocols.
As we continue to learn more from the State of Illinois and the Archdiocese, we will keep you updated.
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Venmo – @HolyFamily-Inverness
You may also continue to send in your
offering via check to the church office at:
HOLY FAMILY CATHOLIC CHURCH
2515 Palatine Road
Inverness, IL 60067
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One In Love welcomes all to explore and discuss issues surrounding sexuality, gender, and our faith in a safe and loving atmosphere. We gather in prayer and support as we walk through our spiritual journey towards a deeper relationship with God. One in Love offers emotional and spiritual support to the LGBT community, family and friends during all of life’s moments.
Holy Family Catholic Community supports and stands in Solidarity with Cardinal Blase Cupich’s recent words to all LGBTQ people:
Today’s response, issued by the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, offers nothing new on the Church’s teaching on the Sacrament of Matrimony. Regardless, it needs to be read in the context of the teachings in the Catechism and the encouraging statements of Pope Francis to LGBTQ persons about their relationship to the church, as well as his urging that pastors welcome them with respect and sensitivity, recognizing, as the Congregation response does today, the many positive elements in same-sex relationships, “which are in themselves to be valued and appreciated.” Yet, the understandable reaction among many to this response will be disappointment. This should prompt us in the Church and in the archdiocese to redouble our efforts to be creative and resilient in finding ways to welcome and encourage all LGBTQ people in our family of faith.