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Cathedral of Saint Raymond Nonnatus

Mother Church of the Diocese of Joliet

   

 

CATHEDRAL NEWS



St. Raymond Parish Council Seeks New Members

The Parish Council is a group of nine parishioners who work to advise the Rector in the administration of the parish through recommendations and cooperative decisions.  The council acts as a  representative voice of the faithful members  of St. Raymond.

The Parish Council also works to develop a parish vision, approve the parish budget, set goals, implement action items and evaluate the outcomes. The qualifications to be considered as a Parish Council member are:

  • Candidates must be Roman Catholic.
  • Candidates must be active (attend Mass regularly)
    members of St. Raymond for a minimum of one year.
  • Candidates must be able to attend a monthly meeting
    and be willing to be a member of the Parish Council for a three-year term.

You may nominate yourself, or you may also use the form to nominate someone whom you feel would make a good Parish Council member.  
Parish Council Nomination Form

Current Council Members:

Jerod Abbott     Joe Langenderfer     Jeff McCune     Gretchen Troha    
Carolyn Yoemans     Rob Bailey     Marcia Marzec     Laura Mottl     Mary Wollgast

 


Cathedral Senior Club

National Shrine of Saint Frances Xavier Cabrini in Chicago
The first American Citizen Saint and the Patron of Immigrants in the Catholic Church. This Shrine is a hidden treasure in the heeart of Lincoln Park in Chicago.
Saturday, June 13, 2015
Depart at 9:00am from Jameson's Pub, 2755 Black Road in Joliet. Depart gardens at 12:30pm and retruning to Jameson's for lunch at 2:00pm. Total cost per person is $ 40.00.  Please call to make your reservation to: Elvira Balog at 815.577.0930 or Rosemary Lux at 815.727.9492.


Centennial Capital Campaign
Contribute to the Centennial Capital Campaign.  

Download a Letter of Intent HERE
Thank you for your support!

Projects Designed to Improve Hospitality and Welcome:

  • The North Parking Lot Expansion
  • The East Campus Enhancement
  • Adding a Bride's Room

Projects Aimed at Enhancing Safety, Security and Accessibility:

  • Adding Ramps for Safe, Stair-free Sanctuary Access
  • Adding Electronic Door Openers
  • Improving School Security‚Äč

Projects Aimed at Preserving the Cathedral

  • Tuckpointing the Cathedral Exterior
  • Repairing the Pillars in Front of the Cathedral
  • Adding Electronic Door Openers
  • Cleaning the Cathedral
  • Acoustic Improvements in the Cathedral

Enroll in Automatic Offering

Would you like to have your offering automatically deducted?

It’s fast! It's easy! It's convenient!

Fill out the form today

Download the Automatic Offering Enrollment and Authorization Form HERE.


 


Pope Francis has proclaimed 2015 a Year of Consecrated Life, starting on the First Sunday of Advent November 30, 2014 and ending on February 2, 2016, the World Day of Consecrated Life.


Religious life ought to promote growth in the church by way of attraction. The church must be attractive. Wake up the world! Be witnesses of a different way of doing things, of acting, of living! . . . It is this witness that I expect of you. Religious should be men and women who are able to wake the world up.

—Pope Francis, meeting with the Union of Superiors General, November 29, 2013

 

 

 

 

 

 

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