St Ferdinand Church • 5900 W Barry Ave, Chicago, IL 60634 • tel: 773 622 5900 • fax: 773 622 5903
Please join us in prayer by watching our daily Mass and devotions:
Weekdays 8:00 AM
Sundays only 8:30 AM
We invite you to join us daily in church too. Limits still in effect.
Effective June 11th our parish has received a permission to hold Masses at 100% capacity
Masses in English are offered on:
Saturday at 5:00 pm
Sunday at 8:30 am-this Mass is also live streaming via our website at www.stferdinandchurch.com
11:30 am, 5:00 pm.
There will be no 10:00 am Mass in the Chapel
Weekly Masses will be offered:
Monday to Friday: 8:00 am and 12:00 noon and
Saturday at 8:00 am
The sacrament of reconciliation is available: Monday to Saturday from 6:00 - 7:00 pm
Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament and Adoration: Every Thursday from 3:00 pm to 7:00 pm
Prior registration for Masses is no longer required.
Masks areREQUIREDfor all persons in all public indoor places
regardless the vaccination status.
Proof of vaccination is not required for attendance at any liturgies or services
Attention all Parishioners
Effective June 11th
Our Parish Office will resume its activity on a normal basis during normal business hours
All capacity restrictions are lifted
Masks and social distancing are required even for vaccinated persons.
Social distancing is recommended for all unvaccinated persons when conditions allow up to 6ft. of separation
Please consider giving online at:
www.stferdinandchurch.com and clicking donate button, here you can make a weekly offertory contribution to our St. Ferdinand Parish family and keep the vital ministries and services we provide going.
If you prefer to make an offertory donation through cash or check, you can mail your donations to our parish office at St. Ferdinand Church 5900 W. Barry Ave, Chicago, IL 60634
May God grant you His peace during this difficult time and may He manifest His love and presence to you in abundant ways. God bless you.
Fr. Peter Gnoinski
Who is a Parishioner?
There are many people who come to the rectory asking for a baptism or marriage or to sign a letter saying he or she is a parishioner. When this happens, our parish secretary checks if they are considered registered, and many times, they are not considered registered.
So what makes a person a parishioner?
You are not a parishioner because your parents go here. You are not a parishioner because you went to school here. You are not a parishioner just because you come to Mass here!
Being a parishioner should be an easy process. You simply have to come to the rectory and fill out a registration form. You may download the registration form then bring it to the rectory. You know you are a parishioner when envelopes are sent to you. It’s that easy! No fee; no ID cards are required!
Being a parishioner means that you are committed and invested in this parish. It means that you commit to keeping the parish vibrant, which means investment of your time, talents, and treasures to the parish. The parish would not be the same without our parishioners who make a difference and form the parish.
Thank you for your dedication and devotion!
Installation Mass of Fr. Peter Gnoinski as a Pastor of Saint Ferdinand Church will take place in our church on Saturday October 23rd at 5:00 PM