Saint Mary Church

Oregon & Polo

Saturday 4:30pm, Oregon
Sunday

8:30am, Oregon

10:15am, Polo

Mon, Wed, Fri 8:30am, Oregon
Tue 8:30am, Polo
Confessions Saturday 3:30-4p Oregon

 

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St. Mary Altar & Rosary’s Annual Auction & Luncheon

Thursday October 28th at Noon

at Barnacopia– 2570 NW Branch Road

Ladies of the parish are asked to bring at least 2 auction items to the church anytime before October 24.

For tickets call the Parish office.

 

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Happy Feast Day
Saint John Vianney
The Cure d'Ars
1786 - 1859
Feast Day: August 4 (New), August 8 (Trad)
Patronage: all priests
After many obstacles and suffering, St. John Mary Vianney ( Jean-Baptiste-Marie Vianney) became one of the most celebrated parish priests in the Catholic Church. He fought for souls in his small town in Ars, France by fasting, praying and hearing confessions until the wee hours of the morning. He converted many souls and because of this, the Devil often tempted him in the middle of the night, but he was so strong and so rooted in prayer that he was able to triumph. It is said that the Devil once told St. John Vianney, "If there were three such priests as you, my kingdom [in France] would be ruined."
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Suffering is never meaningless; it is intended for the sanctification of our souls to prepare us for heaven, no matter what form it comes in: sickness, loss of a loved one, relationship trouble, financial hardship, etc.

​When Jesus took on human flesh in the Incarnation, He forever redeemed our human suffering. Therefore, suffering always teaches us about God, about ourselves, and about our relationship with him. If we "offer it up" we surrender all the pain to the redeeming power of the cross of Christ.

​And those who have done this well—the saints—tell us that their suffering was always worth it.
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UPCOMING EVENTS

Offices Liturgical day Oregon Polo

August 4, 2021
  • 8:30 am Mass: For Thanksgiving,

UPCOMING EVENTS

Offices Liturgical day Oregon Polo

August 4, 2021
  • 8:30 am Mass: For Thanksgiving,

Please support our DSA

Please make your pledge and support our Diocesan efforts.

St. Mary Altar & Rosary’s Annual Auction & Luncheon

Thursday October 28th at Noon

at Barnacopia– 2570 NW Branch Road

Ladies of the parish are asked to bring at least 2 auction items to the church anytime before October 24.

For tickets call the Parish office.

 

Comments Box SVG iconsUsed for the like, share, comment, and reaction icons

Facebook Posts

Happy Feast Day
Saint John Vianney
The Cure d'Ars
1786 - 1859
Feast Day: August 4 (New), August 8 (Trad)
Patronage: all priests
After many obstacles and suffering, St. John Mary Vianney ( Jean-Baptiste-Marie Vianney) became one of the most celebrated parish priests in the Catholic Church. He fought for souls in his small town in Ars, France by fasting, praying and hearing confessions until the wee hours of the morning. He converted many souls and because of this, the Devil often tempted him in the middle of the night, but he was so strong and so rooted in prayer that he was able to triumph. It is said that the Devil once told St. John Vianney, "If there were three such priests as you, my kingdom [in France] would be ruined."
www.portraitsofsaints.com/search?type=product&q=vianney
... See MoreSee Less

Suffering is never meaningless; it is intended for the sanctification of our souls to prepare us for heaven, no matter what form it comes in: sickness, loss of a loved one, relationship trouble, financial hardship, etc.

​When Jesus took on human flesh in the Incarnation, He forever redeemed our human suffering. Therefore, suffering always teaches us about God, about ourselves, and about our relationship with him. If we "offer it up" we surrender all the pain to the redeeming power of the cross of Christ.

​And those who have done this well—the saints—tell us that their suffering was always worth it.
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St. Mary Church
301 N 4th St
Oregon, IL 61061

(Offices located at Parish Center)

St. Mary Church
211 N Franklin Ave
Polo, IL 61064

815-946-2535

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St. Mary Parish Center
881 Mongan Drive
Oregon, IL 61061

815-732-7383

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