St. Elizabeth of the Trinity Parish
6020 W. Ardmore Avenue
Chicago, IL 60646

Posts from November 2022

Food Pantry Update – December 2022

Thanks to all who helped out with the Food Pantry Pack the Pantry Drive ! CLICK HERE FOR MORE ON THE DRIVE INCLUDING PICTURES December 2022 Food Pantry UPDATE December Spotlight Item: $10 Gift Cards for Jewel Items Which Are Always Needed : Coffee – Regular & Instant Canned Meats Soup (Canned) Rice Pasta Beans…

Save the Dates – Fall 2022

SEE OUR CALENDAR OF EVENTS FOR MORE !! LADIES GUILD POTLUCK DINNER AND CHRISTMAS PARTY Tuesday December 6, 2022 ALL ladies of the parish are invited. Bring a dish and join us for a fun evening of delicious food, raffles, and games. Bring a friend and double your fun! Celebration of THE FEAST OF THE…

Personal Use Missalettes Available

Personal use missalettes for the new liturgical year starting November 27 are now available in the vestibule. These missalettes include the Mass parts and all of the Sunday Readings for the year. You are invited to take one home and bring it with you each time you come to Mass.

Ladies Guild Upcoming Events

LADIES GUILD MASS & HOSPITALITY Sunday, December 4th at 9:00 a.m. ALL parishioners are invited to join us in the Auditorium after Mass for Hospitality. Come join us for something to eat and to meet old and new friends. 2022 Christmas Party and Potluck  Tuesday, December 6th at 6:30 p.m. in the auditorium. ALL ladies…

Save the Dates – Fall 2022

SEE OUR CALENDAR OF EVENTS FOR MORE !! DINE OUT TO BENEFIT THE SCHOOL November 17-18, 2022 Mystic Rogue Irish Pub 6070 N. Northwest Highway (708) 831-5142 Open 11:00 am 15% of your food and liquor bill benefits our school. You must bring the flyer linked below or display it on your phone. CLICK…

Dispensation Update – November 13, 2022

The Archbishop, in consultation with his advisors, has decided to lift the general dispensation from the obligation of attending Sunday Mass effective on the First Sunday of Advent. He will continue Sunday TV Mass on ABC for the elderly and the immuno-compromised of the community. Click Here to Read the Cardinal’s Entire Letter.