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Chicago: Saint Mary of the Angels

About Saint Mary of the Angels in Chicago:

Founded in 1899, Saint Mary of the Angels is built in the Polish Cathedral style of churches.

From 1899 until 1990, the parish was administered by priests of the Congregation of the Resurrection. Since January 1991, it has been administered by the Priestly Society of the Holy Cross (Opus Dei).

Entering into the church immediately gives you a sense of reverence as you are exposed to so much beauty in its windows and statues…something sadly missing in many of today’s churches.  Yes, it’s the same Mass everywhere, but there is something extra holy about these magnificent old churches.

The priests of the Prelature of Opus Dei continue to staff St. Mary of the Angels parish. Sunday Masses are celebrated in English, Polish and Spanish.


Finding Saint Mary of the Angels Church in Chicago:

located in the Bucktown neighborhood and visible from the Kennedy Expressway

Address:  1850 N. Hermitage Ave, Chicago IL, 60622

Tel:  +1 773‑278‑2644

email:  info@sma-church.org
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