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St. Agnes of Bohemia Parish to Hold Street Masses for Peace in Chicago’s Little Village Neighborhood

Street Mass ministry an opportunity to welcome people back to Mass

Chicago, IL (July 19, 2021) St. Agnes of Bohemia Catholic Church, located at 2651 S. Central Park Ave. in Chicago, will hold several street masses through the end of July in an effort to bring the Gospel message of peace and hope to the streets of the Little Village neighborhood.

“We continue to gather as a community and welcome the opportunity to pray for the end to violence and continued to push for peace,” said Fr. Don Nevins, pastor of St. Agnes of Bohemia Parish. “This is also an opportunity to let people know we are open for business and are welcoming people back to Mass after the pandemic,” Fr. Nevins added.

Street Mass schedule is as follows:

Tuesday, July 20 – on 2827 S. Trumbull.

Thursday, July 22 – on 2649 S. Springfield.

Tuesday, July 27 – on 2744 S. St. Louis Ave.

Thursday, July 29 – on 2232 S. St. Louis Ave.


All Masses will begin at 7 p.m. No registration is required.

The outdoor Masses will be celebrated in the middle of the street with the streets on either end temporarily blocked from the passage of cars. Participants are invited to bring their own folding chairs.

St. Agnes is host to the Prince of Peace Eucharistic Adoration Chapel where parishioners pray and worship throughout the day and often the night for peace and the end of violence in the world. Eucharistic adoration is the adoration of Jesus Christ present in the Holy Eucharist.