Updates As of August 27, 2021

The Executive Order [issued on August 26. 2021 by Governor JB Pritzker] requires, and the Diocese is implementing the following:

  • Beginning on Monday, August 30, 2021, all individuals, regardless of vaccination status, age two or over and able to medically tolerate a face covering (a mask or cloth face covering) are required to cover their nose and mouth with a face covering when indoors on the premises of our churches, schools, and Diocesan facilities.

  • Face coverings may be removed temporarily while actively eating or drinking, and may be removed by workers at workplaces when they can consistently maintain six feet of distance (such as when workers are in their office or cubicle space).

  • Masks are to be worn by all at Masses, as well as inside the Church building.

  • Masks may be removed during Mass by priests, deacons, and lectors when they read at the ambo, proclaim the gospel, and preach.

  • The faithful may remove or lower their masks when receiving Holy Communion.

  • Choir members may remove their masks during Masses when singing, although pastors may use their judgment, if the choir is located close to the faithful attending Mass, in deciding whether Masses should include a choir at this time. Musicians who play mouth instruments may remove their masks during Masses when playing those instruments.

  • Masks must also be worn inside buses and other vehicles when transportation is provided by a parish, school, or the Diocese, such as students on a bus taking a school field trip, a parish trip to visit a shrine, high school team players on a bus going to a track meet.

Thank you for your continued Cooperation!

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Homebound Eucharist

Are you a parishioner who is over 65 and not able to come back to Mass but want to receive the Eucharist.  Please call the parish center to set up a time for our deacons to come give Communion.  Please call the Parish Center and give us your name address and phone number. You will then be called before the deacons, both masked come to visit.  

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Confession Times ...

Saturday 8:45 until Completion. and 3pm until 3:45.

Tuesday 8:30am until Completion.

Wednesday 6:30pm -7pm

Friday 7am- 8:00am

A priest is often available on weekdays between the 6:30am and 8am Masses. 

 Prayer For Spiritual Communion

My Jesus,
I believe that You
are present in the Most Holy Sacrament.
I love You above all things,
and I desire to receive You into my soul.
Since I cannot at this moment
receive You sacramentally,
come at least spiritually into my heart. I embrace You as if You were already there and unite myself wholly to You. Never permit me to be separated from You.
Amen.

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Holy Angels Parish is a Roman Catholic Church whose mission is that of Jesus Christ: the conversion of sinners and the salvation of souls. This is accomplished by preaching the Gospel, celebrating the Sacraments and evangelizing the world around us.

 

WELCOME TO HOLY ANGELS

Holy Angels Parish, located in Aurora, Illinois, is a parish of approximately 2200 families.   
We have an elementary school with an enrollment in excess of 400 students. 
Please feel free to learn more about our parish by browsing through our web site.  
For information on Mass and Confession schedules, click on the Church Info.

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