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Holy Thursday 1938

Categories: Liturgical

A historical photo of the Our Lady of Pompeii Holy Thursday altar, from 1938.



Easter Triduum and Easter Sunday Photos

Categories: Homepage Feature, Liturgical

Christ is risen! Indeed, He is risen! Alleluia!

Below are a few photos from the Easter Triduum, and Easter Sunday.

Holy Thursday Relics

Good Friday Veneration of the Cross

Easter Vigil – Outside with the Fire 

Easter Vigil – Inside with Paschal Candle

Easter Sunday Flowers below Our Lady of Pompeii


Food Drive

Categories: Homepage Feature, Liturgical

Sunday,  June 9, 2019 8:00 am – 12:00 pm (at both the 8:30 am and 11:00 am masses)

Drop off food pantry items for Holy Family Church food pantry prior to both Sunday masses.  Thank you!

Low sugar & regular cereal
Low salt & regular canned vegetables
Canned soup,
Crackers (Saltines, wheat, etc.)
Canned tomatoes,
Canned tomato paste
Macaroni & Cheese,
Pasta sauce
Boxed instant potatoes,
Canned Chicken, Turkey, Tuna, Ham
Canned fruit,
Juice (small cans or individual boxes)
Hard candy (sugar free & regular)
Oatmeal – instant and regular
Chunky or Creamy peanut butter
Pudding, Jello, Apple Sauce, or Fruit Cocktail
Snack Foods: crackers, cookies, trail mix, chips, nuts, or granola bars

There are times that the Food Pantry does not have enough to last the month.
Thank You for supporting our monthly Food Drive for Feeding God’s Holy Family.




Categories: Liturgical, Other
Sunday June 30, 2019 at 11:00 am – 12:15 pm

Filipino Community Pilgrimage and Celebration at the 11 a.m. Mass, with a blessing and procession.

Our Lady of Manaoag has a permanent home at the Shrine.

All are invited to join us for a Reception immediately following in the school hall featuring traditional Filipino cuisine.

Freewill donations gratefully received.

All are Welcome!

LOCATION: The Shrine of Our Lady of Pompeii

1224 W. Lexington Street * Chicago, IL 60607

312.421.3757 *

Our Lady of Manaoag has a permanent home at the Shrine

Folk tradition has it that the Blessed Mother showed herself to a middle aged farmer and gave him the message on where she wanted her church to be located, She showed herself on a low tree amidst the glow of heavenly light. Manaoag is known more as a pilgrimage town than anything else.

This feast has been celebrated at the Shrine since 2003.   The Shrine’s Filipino community celebrates our Blessed Mother Mary with their gift of song, worship and tradition.   Much like the Italian custom, you depart full of the Holy Spirit and good food.