Wave VI is underway

Please pray for the following pastors and parishes participating in Wave VI.

  • Father Peter B. McQuinn, All Saints-St. Anthony, Chicago
  • Father Metod Ogorevc, Blessed Anton Martin Slomsek Slovenian Mission, Lemont
  • Father John W. Dearhammer, Church of the Holy Spirit, Schaumburg
  • Father Richard J. Lo Bianco, Divine Savior, Norridge
  • Father Daniel W.  Long, Jr., Epiphany, Chicago
  • Father Tomasz Sielicki, Five Holy Martyrs, Chicago
  • Father Lawrence M. Lisowski, Immaculate Conception and St. Joseph Parish, Chicago
  • Father Matthew Nemchausky, Mater Christi, Riverside
  • Father Oswaldo Guillen, Maternity B.V.M., Chicago
  • Father Hector Navalo, Our Lady of Guadalupe, Chicago
  • Father Michael J. Shanahan, Our Lady of Lourdes, Chicago
  • Father Jeremiah M. Boland, Our Lady of Perpetual Help, Glenview
  • Father Robert Heinz, Our Lady of the Brook, Northbrook
  • Father Robert Fedek, Our Lady of Victory, Chicago
  • Father Michael A. Blicharski, Polish Mission, Willow Springs
  • Father Gerald G. Walsh, Prince of Peace, Lake Villa
  • Father Jose Murcia Abellan, Queen of the Universe, Chicago
  • Father Kevin Feeney, Sheil Catholic Center, Evanston
  • Father Martin E. Michniewicz, St. Alexander, Palos Heights
  • Father Brian P. Ardagh, St. Alphonsus, Lemont
  • Father Shawn Gould, St. Bede, Ingleside
  • Father Kenneth Carlson, St. Benedict, Blue Island
  • Father Antoni Bury, St. Bruno, Chicago
  • Father Frank A. Kurucz, St. Cajetan, Chicago
  • Father John B. Atoyebi, St. Clotilde, Chicago
  • Father Charles W. Watkins, St. Columba, Chicago
  • Father Daniel Fallon, St. Cornelius, Chicago
  • Father Theodore L. Ostrowski, St. Denis, Chicago
  • Father Richard M. Yanos, St. Edna, Arlington Heights
  • Father Armand Ramirez Ruiz, St. Francis de Sales, Chicago
  • Father Dominic J. Grassi, St. Gertrude, Chicago
  • Father Eryk Czarnecki, St. Gertrude, Franklin Park
  • Father Franciszek P. Florczyk, St. Helen, Chicago
  • Father Joseph M. Jackson, St. Ignatius, Chicago
  • Father Andrzej Bartos, St. James (Fullerton Avenue), Chicago
  • Father Thomas F. Baldonieri, St. James, Highwood
  • Father David B. Krolczyk, St. James, Chicago Heights
  • Father Wayne F. Watts, St. John Berchmans, Chicago
  • Father Grzegorz Gorczyca, St. John the Evangelist, Streamwood
  • Father Marek Janowski, St. Ladislaus, Chicago
  • Father Michael J. Novick, St. Lawrence O’Toole, Matteson
  • Father Paul de Porres Whittington, O.P., St. Margaret of Scotland, Chicago
  • Father Hugo Morales, St. Mary of Celle, Berwyn
  • Father Jerome J. Jacob, Jr., St. Mary of the Annunciation, Mundelein
  • Reverened Mariusz P. Stefanowski, St. Monica, Chicago
  • Father Joseph Tito, St. Nicholas, Evanston
  • Father Salvador D. Hallegado, St. Nicholas of Tolentine, Chicago
  • Father Paul G. Seaman, St. Pascal, Chicago
  • Father Kurt D. Boras, St. Patrick, Lemont
  • Father James Merold, St. Patrick, Wadsworth
  • Father Tony Markus, St. Pius X, Stickney
  • Father Thomas A. Bernas, St. Rene Goupil, Chicago
  • Father Neil E. Fackler, St. Robert Bellarmine, Chicago
  • Father Noel B. Reyes, St. Stephen Protomartyr, Des Plaines
  • Father Francis Li, St. Therese Chinese Catholic Mission, Chicago
  • Father Krzysztof Kulig, St. Thomas Becket, Mount Prospect
  • Father Thomas R. Rzepiela, St. Thomas of Villanova, Palatine
  • Father William Lego, St. Turibius, Chicago
  • Father Patrick Render, St. Viator, Chicago
  • Father David P. Pavlik, St. Victor, Calumet City

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