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Mission Statement

We are Resurrection Catholic Church, a faith community committed to the spirit and ideals of Vatican II and rooted in the charism of the Congregation of the Resurrection. Convinced of the limitless and unconditional love that God has for each of us, we seek to give expression to that mystery through: A worship of joyful praise; A fellowship that lovingly embraces our diversity without bias or prejudice; A multitude of ministries that boldly witness to the gospel value of justice, truth, and love. By the authentic living of our charism, we hope to provide a warm welcome to all, that they may come to a deeper knowledge of the Lord, Jesus Christ, and experience the hope, joy, and peace of His Resurrection.

Facebook Events

Facebook Events

See the currently scheduled streamed masses on the parish's Facebook events page. Note that a Facebook account is not required to view the streams.

Current Scheduled Events

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Donate Online

If you are unable to make it to mass, please consider donating online.

Donate Online

April Mass Signup

April Mass Signup

If a last minute change in your plan occurs, you are welcome to attend a Mass if you have not registered. Please register when you arrive at church at the welcome desk in the narthex.

Reminder: if you are listed as a ‘regular’ for a particular Mass, and will not be attending that Mass, you are requested to do one of the following:
(1) Click the link for Signup Genius and change your registration.
(2) Contact Jillian by phone (815)338-7330 or email the office for assistance.

Sign Up Here

Halloween Candy Collection

We are collecting candy for Halloween distribution on the weekend of October 31/November 1.  You are invited to make a 20-count donation of your favorite candy bar, to be shared with our young Trick-or-Treat-ers. Please, drop off any candy in the narthex by Sunday, October 25th.

November Visual Memorial

November is the month traditionally set aside for remembering in prayer our deceased loved ones.  We will again set up a visual memorial of those who have passed away during the last twelve months.  You are invited to offer a framed picture of a friend or family member who died during this past year, and…

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Urgent: Mass Ushers Needed!

In order to continue celebrating public Masses, we are required to follow Diocesan directives to insure that every possible precaution is taken to prevent the spread of Covid-19.  One of the requirements is the positioning of Ushers to oversee the correct recording of those attending, proper seating that insures social distancing, and the orderly reception…

Knights of Columbus

Representatives from the Knights of Columbus (Steve Zalos and David Jones) spoke at the end of the Sunday masses. We need 20 existing and new members to have a council at our parish.  If interested, please contact the office. Illinois State Council Knights of Columbus  

Catholic Climate Covenant

Catholic Climate Covenant reminds us that the remainder of September and through October 4th is a special time of prayer for the Earth, our common home. One way to take action on behalf of the environment is to participate in upcoming e-waste collection days in Huntley (September 19th) and at McHenry County College (October 3rd).  Some…

The Holy Land Collection

Normally taken up on Good Friday, is this weekend (9/12-9/13). This collection goes toward the maintenance and upkeep of the holy sites as well as supporting the lives of Christians in the Holy Land.   You may donate by doing one of the following: By using the Holy Land envelope from your envelope packet if…

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Confirmation and First Communion in August

The Sacrament of Confirmation will be celebrated at Resurrection on Sunday, August 9th, at 2:00 p.m.  Bishop Robert Kurtz, C.R., will be confirming our Class of 2020, which totals fourteen teens.  Because of the limited capacity of our church facility, attendance will be limited to candidates, sponsors, and immediate family.  First Communion Sunday has been…