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Liturgy and Prayer

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Come celebrate the new academic year at the annual Mass of the Holy Spirit, a festive liturgy when the DePaul community asks God’s blessings on the new year. 

Sunday, September 11 | 8:00 pm | St. Vincent de Paul Church (Sheffield/Webster)

 

Each Sunday night, the DePaul community gathers with the St. Vincent de Paul Parish community to celebrate Mass at St. Vincent de Paul Church. Students help prepare the liturgy and serve as liturgical ministers (lectors, Eucharistic ministers, altar servers, hospitality ministers and music ministers).

Whether you go to Mass weekly, once in a while, or have never been to a Catholic Mass, you are welcome here! Come celebrate with us!

Sunday Night Mass for Fall Quarter is celebrated at 8:00pm on September 4 & 11, and at 5:00pm beginning on September 18.

For more information about Sunday Night Mass, contact Matt Merkt or Alex Oliveros.

Daily Mass in Lincoln Park begins on Wednesday, September 7.

Lincoln Park (St. Louise de Marillac Chapel – Student Center First Floor)
Mon – 12pm Mass (in a contemplative style, with music)
Tue – 12pm Mass
Wed – 12pm Mass
Thu – 12pm Mass
Fri – 12pm Liturgy of the Word (with Distribution of Communion)

Daily Mass in the Loop continues during the summer.

Loop (Miraculous Medal Chapel – Lewis Center First Floor):
Wed – 12pm Mass

Everyone is welcome!

The DePaul Liturgical Choir is an ensemble of undergraduate and graduate students whose primary purpose is leading the music each week at Sunday Night Mass. Rehearsals are held on Thursday afternoons in the St. Louise de Marillac Chapel in the Student Center. No audition is required, just the ability to match pitch.

Instrumentalists are also encouraged to share their talents. Strings, woodwinds, brass, guitar and percussion are all used throughout the year, with rehearsals scheduled as needed.

For more information about the Liturgical Choir or instrumental music, contact Matt Merkt.