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Mass Schedule
Sat4:30pmEnglish
Sun8:30amEnglish
 10:30amPolish
 12:30pmSpanish
   
Mon-Sat7:00amPolish
 8:00amEnglish


During the summer season mass durning the week will be celebrated at 8 am in Polish and English, with elements of Latin and Spanish.
 
Eucharistic Adoration
Thu3:00pm - 6:00pm
 
Confessions
Mon-FriAfter 7:00 AM Mass
Sat4:00 - 4:20pm
SunBefore each mass (time permitting)
 
Divine Mercy Devotion
Thu3:00pmPolish
Thu4:00pmEnglish
Thu5:00pmSpanish
 
Devotion to Our Lady of Guadalupe
Thu5:00pmSpanish
 
 
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stats About Us
St. Bruno Catholic Church has been serving the Archer Heights community since 1925 when the Archdiocese of Chicago approved the purchase of land located on Harding Avenue between 48th and 49th Streets for a new parish.
Since a small group of laymen had the vision over 85 years ago to establish this parish, the cooperation and support of priests, religious and laity over the years has brought that vision to reality. We have been blessed with the leadership and guidance of eight pastors, many associate pastors, Sisters and lay people who have nurtured and enhanced our faith life, traditions and celebrations over the years.
Worship and ministry are a central focus for parishioners at St. Bruno. We are dedicated to making our worship life as meaningful as possible, celebrating the liturgy and ministering in English, Polish and Spanish.
St. Bruno Parish demonstrates its belief in the value of catholic education through its strong support of our parish school and participation in our Religious Education (CCD) Program. Our school was built in 1926 and the Felician Sisters taught in the school until the 1990's. Today, there is a dedicated staff of lay teachers who continue the fine traditions of catholic education.
The members of St. Bruno Parish are active in the community and the many parish organizations and ministries that are listed elsewhere on this web site. If you would like more information or are interested in joining our parish, please contact the rectory at 773-523-3467 and schedule an appointment to meet with one of our priests.

statsParish Statistics
623 families and 1,306 people belong to St. Bruno Church

Percent of Parish Ethnic Population
- 30% English
- 50% Polish
- 20% Spanish
languages


Other fact: October 2013 Weekend Mass Count - 1,036

St. Bruno school:
- 227 students