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Mass Schedule


All Weekend and Daily Masses have been cancelled through April 30



Sacrament of Reconciliation

or call the parish office to make an appointment.



The Anointing of the Sick

When entering the hospital, please contact the Parish Administration Center at 1.630.985.2351, ext. 122.  The hospitals can no longer inform the Parish of your stay. In the case of an emergency, please call 1.630.985.2351, ext. 159.




Arrangements for a Funeral Mass are made through the Funeral Home you choose. The Funeral Home will contact the Parish Administration Center to schedule the Mass.


Click here and scroll down for more information about planning a funeral Mass

St. Scholastica Parish

7800 Janes Avenue, Woodridge, Illinois 60517

Text Box: Our Mission

We, the faith family of St. Scholastica Catholic Parish, 
are a sacramental community sharing a sense of welcoming and belonging.  
We have been called in Baptism and through the Holy Spirit to be disciples of Jesus.  
As a community of believers, we are stewards of God’s gifts.  
We provide opportunities for spiritual growth and faith formation.  
We are committed in both prayer and action to support and nurture each other and those in need.

Phone: 1.630.985.2351

Fax: 1.630.985.8770

E-mail: parishoffice@stscholasticaparish.org

St. Scholastica Parish


To Contact Us:

Parish Office Hours


All Parish Offices and Facilities are closed through April 30. 

Call:   630.985.2351x122 for assistance

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You may request prayers for immediate family members by clicking the link above.

Please note all activities/events have been cancelled through April 30 as we take proactive measures to help reduce the spread of illness throughout our community.

Please continue to watch this space as

more information is disseminated.

we encourage families to follow prevention tips and home preparedness recommendations provided by the DCHD. Individuals at increased risk of severe illness should consider staying at home and avoiding gatherings or other situations of potential exposures, including travel.

Bishop Pates has provided a communication dispensing all Catholics in the dioceses from Sunday Mass Obligation,

and mandated suspension of all Masses through April 30.  Click here to read the communication. 

Click here for a list of on-line masses.

Click the above link to subscribe to a newsletter from OSV (our envelope company), that provides helpful and faithful tools and other resources to provide guidance and support amid COVID-19.

A weekly  message from Fr. Norbert Raszeja, CR

April 5, 2020

April 12, 2020

Palm Sunday—Palms will be blessed and stored for distribution on Pentecost Sunday

Holy Thursday—Blessed Sacrament will be displayed in Breezeway window from 12-2 pm for drive-up viewing and adoration

Good Friday—Pray the Stations of the Cross together at 3 pm—following the link above 

Holy Saturday—Blessing of Easter Baskets from your car at noon. 

     Mass will be celebrated by Bishop Pates at the Cathedral at 8 pm—Join here

Easter Sunday—Many opportunities are available for  you to participate in Easter Masses by following this link