Campaign Success Stories

ST. BENEDICT PARISH

Rev. Jason Malave, Pastor
2215 W. Irving Park Rd Chicago
www.stbenedict.com

Parish and school unite to invest in their future

(September 23, 2015) – The St. Benedict community was “ready to invest for the future,” says Father Jason Malave, pastor, which led the Chicago parish to exceed its independent campaign goal of $4.5 million.

OUR LADY OF THE WAYSIDE PARISH

Rev. Edward R. Fialkowski, Pastor
432 West Park Street, Arlington Heights
www.olwparish.org

‘This campaign allows all of us to work together’

(June 12, 2015) – Although To Teach Who Christ Is will allow Our Lady of the Wayside Parish in Arlington Heights to improve its facilities, parishioners are equally excited about the campaign elements that will benefit the Archdiocese of Chicago as a whole, according to Father Ed Fialkowski, pastor.

ST. PETER PARISH

Rev. Michael F. McMahon, Pastor
557 West Lake Street, Antioch
www.stpeterantioch.org

Antioch parish uses campaign funds for new roofs

(June 12, 2015) – St. Peter Parish in Antioch now has a beautiful and dry worship space thanks to its To Teach Who Christ Is campaign.

St. Peter Parish in Antioch designates campaign funds for new roofs

(April 28, 2014) – A beautiful and dry worship space is St. Peter Parish’s primary goal for its To Teach Who Christ Is campaign funds..

ST. JOSEPH PARISH

Rev. Robert F. Tonelli, Pastor
1747 Lake Avenue, Wilmette, IL
www.stjosephwilmette.org

Wave IV parish works ahead, sees success

(May 26, 2015) Although St. Joseph Parish’s To Teach Who Christ Is campaign is scheduled to begin this fall, the pastor and his team of dedicated volunteers have already raised close to $1 million.

ST. VINCENT FERRER PARISH

Rev. Thomas K. McDermott, OP, Pastor
1530 Jackson Avenue, River Forest, IL
www.svfparish.org

Parish chooses enhanced goal for new multipurpose hall

(February 23, 2015) – St. Vincent Ferrer Parish in River Forest has exceeded its Archdiocesan-set To Teach Who Christ Is goal of $1,128,243 — the first parish to do so in Wave IIIa — but has chosen an enhanced campaign goal of $2,350,000 in order to build a new multipurpose hall for parish gatherings.