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Sunday, May 24, 2009
Tridentine Masses in the Diocese of Joliet, IL

St. Peter & Paul Parish
36 N. Ellsworth
Naperville, IL
Sundays at 5:30 PM

St. Bernard's Parish
1301 Sterling Ave.
Joliet, IL
Sundays at 12 Noon

Annunciation Monastery
6200 E. Minooka Rd.
Minooka, IL
3rd Saturday of the Month

Chaplain: Fr. Joseph Valentine, FSSP

Please let me know of future updates as they become available.

2017 Update: St. Bernards has since been replaced by daily Mass at St. Joseph in Rockdale.  Look to the FSSP of Joliet's website for the most up to date information.

Image Source: Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter (FSSP) at an unknown location but one certainly not at one of the above parishes


del_button June 1, 2009 at 7:16 AM
Rich Freeman said...

Thanks for posting this. I sing in the choir at the mass in Joliet and have watched the blossoming of this the first weekly traditional liturgy available in the city of Joliet since the supression of the traditional mass in the 1960's. Bishop Sartain did everyone in the doicese a favor by inviting the Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter into the diocese to serve the needs of the fast growing community of those who like myself love and are so wonderfully nourished by the ancient and venerable liturgy.

del_button October 14, 2009 at 10:02 PM
Anonymous said...

My family and I will be traveling through Illinois on Oct 25 and can't wait to visit your parish in Joliet. We attend the beautiful Latin Mass serviced by the Institute of Christ the King, Sovereign Priest in Green Bay and love to visit the Latin Mass parishes around the country when we travel. Looking forward to seeing you in Joliet! LLF

del_button October 17, 2009 at 10:32 PM
Matthew said...

Anonymous: I am sure that the Latin Mass Community of Joliet will be very welcoming. However, I must state that the parish in Joliet is not just an FSSP Parish; it is a parish used by the FSSP only on Sundays. For that reason, it is not elaborately decorated at all, and also of note, it is not located in the best area of Joliet, in terms of crime.

However, I do hear that the parish in Naperville is much larger and much more ornate.

Just for your consideration...

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