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Rend Collective Experiment is Coming to St. Joan of Arc

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Rend Collective Experiment is coming from Northern Ireland to lead a night of worship at St. Joan of Arc!

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Become an Altar Server

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Continue reading to find out more about this ministry.

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REACH Coordinator Needed

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The REACH Program is looking for a coordinator.

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Letter from Bishop Conlon: Pastoral Planning

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Click here to read a letter from Bishop Conlon regarding Pastoral Planning in the Diocese of Joliet.

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Make a Joyful Noise: Parish Choir

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It's never too late to join the Parish Choir!  If you enjoy singing and feel that you can make a fairly regular commitment to rehearsals and liturgies, please consider joining our Parish Choir.

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Catechists Needed

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Do you want to help empower young people to live as disciples of Jesus Christ, helping to foster their personal growth in their relationship with Jesus, and drawing them to responsible participation in the life, mission, and work of the faith community?

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Is Catholics Returning Home Right For You ?

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Considering Returning to Your Catholic Church Family?  Catholics Returning Home is a ministry of compassion and reconciliation.

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St. Joan of Arc Parish

Welcome to the St. Joan of Arc ParishWelcome to St. Joan of Arc Parish, Lisle IL. Our work is to share in the mission of Jesus continued through the Church. The goal is to make the Kingdom of God visible in our community by seeking human wholeness, peace, and a bond of charity in our relationships with one another.

As members of Christ’s Church, we seek to affirm, celebrate and share the liturgy for the glory of God and the good of the Church, the family and the individual with our liturgical worship as the center of all parish life. We are a community to proclaim the good news and to serve. We build community and foster Christian personhood in order that we might serve and celebrate Christ’s presence in our Catholic Doctrine by providing formation in understanding and traditions.