Tag Archive: #olwparish

Coming to OLW: Light Weigh Catholic Weight-Loss

Posted on December 1, 2021
Light Weigh Catholic Weight-loss is coming to Our Lady of the Wayside! Weight-loss, Saints, Bible Study, Friendship, Spiritual Healing & Prayers! Transformations are happening! Connect to the power of God and the group today. New sessions begin January 10, 2022. [read more...]

Reminder: Giving Tree Deadline is December 5

Posted on November 30, 2021
Please join us in making a difference for over 300 individuals and families from St. Mark Parish who are in such great need. This year the families are struggling even more and the need for warm clothes and food continues. [read more...]

Don’t Miss OLW FAMILY MASS – This Sunday!

Posted on November 30, 2021
We Started a New Tradition… A Monthly Family Mass lead by our parish’s school-aged children, celebrated on the first Sunday of every month at 9:30 am. They are the future of our faith and we want to encourage and celebrate [read more...]

Evangelization Begins in Your Home

Posted on November 30, 2021
In my November 7 article, I talked about the need for us to find God in our life by looking for “The Truth.” Today I want to talk about the need for us to help the next generation to find [read more...]

Offer All to Jesus this Advent

Posted on November 30, 2021
Second Sunday of Advent — Year C On this Second Sunday of Advent, the Gospel invites us to ask ourselves: For what or for whom do I live? Why am I alive? The truth is God is always calling us [read more...]

UPDATE: Christmas Eve Mass Times

Posted on November 30, 2021
On November 23, Father Arthur received notification from Bishop Robert Casey, Vicar General, regarding scheduling of anticipatory Christmas Eve Masses. The longstanding policy of the Archdiocese of Chicago is that the time for the vigil liturgy is to begin no [read more...]

St. Marks Food Collection, December 12th

Posted on November 30, 2021
On Sunday, December 12th we will have our monthly food drive for St. Mark’s Parish. Last July, St. Mark’s was consolidated with three other parishes who were not receiving food donations from sharing parishes. We continue to collect and deliver [read more...]