Please note that we have had news items recently, we appreciate the discussion on the St. Adalbert situation. We appreciate that many people are interested in what happens to this wonderful spiritual Catholic place.
Please note the more recent news items:
We would like to thank the South Side Weekly and Amy Qin for relating our story.
Chicago Gazette also had a story earlier in the month. Thank you Pat Butler.
Please see video of CAN-TV21-non-profit section from a month ago, in case you haven’t seen.
Please note St. Adalbert will be having it’s Polish monthly mass this Sunday at 8AM, followed by the 10AM English mass and the 12noon Spanish mass. All are welcome. 1650 W. 17th Street.
Update Canonical issues: We have been granted preliminary examination of our case to the Supreme Tribunal of the Apostolic Signatura and they will review the case notes from the Congregation of the Clergy appeal. Please see the St. Adalbert Signatura Reply Mar 3 2017.
The St. Adalbert Preservation Society has always been looking to form collaborations, partnerships and other ventures to ensure that the church will be maintained. We all want to have St. Adalbert be maintained in perpetuity, but this is especially important to the parishioners who formed the community of St. Adalbert. We are in a very pivotal point in our endeavor, we all want to see St. Adalbert in safe and secure hands as a Catholic church first and foremost. To ensure that kind of future there there should be a plan to have the campus of St. Adalbert become a prosperous entity. That it should contribute to the surrounding community of Pilsen and even further be a vital part of the Chicago Catholic experience is paramount. That all the communities of St. Adalbert will contribute (Polish, Mexican and whomever wants to be part of it) is something that will be an important factor in its success. Working together we can work miracles.
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Thank you and God Bless.