Weekly Schedule

Sunday Masses, 8:00 AM Low Mass, 9:30 AM Low Mass, 11:30 AM High Mass
Weekday Mass, 8:00 AM  except Tuesdays
Tuesday Mass, 6:30 PM  followed by Benediction & St. Therese Novena
Saturday Mass, 8:00 AM

Confessions: weekdays and Saturdays 30 minutes before Mass; 30 minutes before each Sunday Mass 

Vespers & Benediction, Sundays at 6:00 PM 

Tuesday Catechism: 
Teenage Catechism 1st & 3rd Tuesdays of each month at 5:15pm . 
Children's Catechism on 2nd & 4th of each month Tuesdays at 5:15pm .

Friday  Holy Hour 6:00pm

Saturday Devotions, procession and prayers to Our Mother of Perpetual Help following Saturday 8:00 AM Mass

 

Monthly Schedule

Monthly Novena of Prayer 17-25 for the Infant King 
Offer a flower or candle with your prayer intentions 
Submit your prayer intentions here 

First Friday of the Month: Mass at 8am. Holy Hour at 6pm followed by Mass in Honor of the Sacred Heart.

First Saturday of the Month: Morning of Recollection, 8am Mass, followed by breakfast, 9:45am Spiritual Conference, 10:30am Adoration and Confessions.

First Sunday of the Month: Devotions to St. Joseph for the St. Joseph Men’s association after each Mass.

Second Sunday of the Month: Devotions to Our Lady for the Helpers of the Holy Family after each Mass.

"Getting Acquainted with Aquinas" Doctrinal Conference Series. 3rd Tuesday of every month at 7:30pm

Class on Liturgy. On Sunday, after the 9:30am Low Mass. (Dates to be announced a few weeks before)

First Communion and Confirmation classes. On Sunday, after the 9:30am Low Mass. (Dates to be announced a few weeks before). To register for these classes: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Important Announcements

 

Holy Week:

Holy Thursday: Thursday, April 18. 9pm High Mass at Saint Thomas the Apostle Church.

Good Friday: Friday, April 19. 2:00pm Stations of the Cross. 3:00pm Liturgy of the Passion and Death of Our Lord, at Saint Thomas the Apostle Church.

Holy Saturday: Saturday, April 20 at 9:30pm, Easter Vigil Solemn High Mass at Saint Thomas the Apostle Church.

Easter Sunday: Sunday, April 21. Sunday Schedule, 8am Low Mass, 9:30am Low Mass and 11:30am High Mass at the Shrine. (St Joseph Crypt Chapel)

 

Latest News/Events:

Calendar: see 'Event' section (top)

 

Heaven on Earth: 

Spy Wednesday

April 17 at 7pm

at St Thomas the Apostle Church

Solemn Office of Tenebrae

sung by the Canons, Abbe and Ara Coeli professional choir

Come and experience Heaven on Earth; Sacred Music at the service of Sacred Liturgy

Miserere - Allegri

 Gregorio Allegri's 1638 setting of the Miserere is perhaps the most recognized piece of polyphony in the world. Its solemn tone and stunning High Cs have moved listeners for generations. However, these High Cs--perhaps the most effective part of the piece--are the result of a happy accident. In 1831 composer Felix Mendelssohn, for some unknown reason, transcribed the Allegri Miserere a fourth higher than the original pitch. This caused the ornamented G in the first score to become a High C instead.  In 1880, it was this higher version that was printed in the first edition of "Grove's Dictionary of Music and Musicians." In 1932 Robert Haas published a score for the work, using the higher version from "Groves" as his source. We will never know exactly what caused Mendelssohn to raise the pitch so extremely, but we all (except perhaps the soprano tasked with singing the Cs) thank him.

 

 

Annual Institute Pilgrimage (Holy Hill, WI):

 

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On Saturday, May 18,

everyone is welcome for a pilgrimage organized by the Institute to the National Shrine of Our Lady Help of Christians at the Basilica of Holy Hill in Hubertus, Wisconsin (near Milwaukee).

Join clergy, friends, and faithful of the Institute apostolates in Milwaukee, Green Bay, Wausau, Rockford, Chicago, and beyond for this special Marian event.

Schedule of events:

8:30am Departure by bus from the Shrine of Christ the King (6415 S. Woodlawn Ave)

12noon gathering in lower parking lot

12:15pm Rosary Procession

1pm Solemn High Mass followed by outdoor picnic

5pm Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament

6pm Departure for the Shrine of Christ the King

Reserve your spot on the bus now ($30):

Call 773-363-7409

 

 

First Communions:

 

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Saturday, June 15th

First Communions for the Shrine of Christ the King at St Thomas the Apostle Church

Followed by a reception at St Thomas.

High Mass at 11am 

(First Confession; the Sunday before, on June 9th)

 

Teen Girls Camp:

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Girls 14 to 17: 

Company of the Immaculate Camp:*

Sunday, June 2 to Thursday, June 6

Mass will be celebrated for everyone Sunday evening

Location : On the beautiful shores of Green Lake, Wisconsin. Offering a variety of activities.

Registrations : institute-christ-king.org               

Contact: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

With the presence of our dear Sisters Adorers, traveling form Italy to share the joy of God’s love!

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REGISTRATION DEADLINE

 Sunday, May 2nd

$199 full rate charged for missing the registration deadline

 This camp (indoor) includes all lodging accomodations (rooms of three, showers, beds, and bedsheets provided).

 

St. Philip Neri Seminary Society: 

 Adopt a Seminarian!

The St. Philip Neri Seminary Society was established in an effort to obtain spiritual and monetary support for the seminarians studying with the Institute of Christ the King Sovereign Priest. The Society has developed two programs with these goals in mind: the Spiritual adoption program and the monetary Benefactor program.

Learn more... 

 

 

Information & Directions

 

Clergy

Msgr. R. Michael Schmitz, STD, JCD, Vicar General & Delegate for the United States 

Reverend Canon Matthew Talarico, Rector & Provincial Superior

Reverend Canon Jean-Baptiste Commins, Vice-Rector

Reverend Canon Joel Estrada, Provincial Bursar 

Reverend Canon Matthew Weaver, Vicar

Abbé Raymond Schmidt, Oblate

Click here for sermon of Msgr. Schmitz on October 8th, 2016

 

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