Holy Week

This week begins in triumph. As Jesus enters Jerusalem the people greet him with palms and sing his praises. By the end of the week he is betrayed, arrested, charged and hung on a cross to die for our sins.




The summit of the Liturgical Year is the Easter Triduum--from the evening of Holy Thursday to the evening of Easter Sunday.  Though chronologically three days, they are liturgically one day unfolding for us the unity of Christ's Paschal Mystery.

The single celebration of the Triduum marks the end of the Lenten season, and leads to the Mass of the Resurrection of the Lord at the Easter Vigil.

Holy Thursday - April 18
Fr. Clive
Mass of the Lord’s Supper, 6:30
Pilgrimage to 7 Churches, 8:00 pm

Good Friday - April 19
Seven Last Words of Christ - 11:00 am
Passion of Our Lord - 3:00 pm
Fr. Phil
Living Stations of the Cross - 6:30 pm

Holy Saturday - April 20
Blessing of Food  - 11:00 am & 1:00 pm
Easter Egg Hunt following the 11:00 am Blessing

Easter Vigil - Mass of the Lord's Resurrection
April 20  - 7:30 pm

Fr. Mario

Easter Sunday - April 21
Mass Times/Holy Eucharist                                                  

     St. Walter Church
     7:30 Fr. Phil
     9:30 Fr. Clive
     11:30 Fr. Mario
     5:00 pm Fr. Mario
     Easter Egg Hunt following the 11:30 Mass

     Lake Park High School West Campus
     9:30 Fr. Mario
     11:30 Fr. Clive



Baskets for Babies


THANK YOU to all who donated to the BASKETS FOR BABIES Waterleaf Almsgiving Project. Fifteen bins were delivered to Waterlead this week.

Holy Moments are Possible !

If you would like to donate to this cause, we are still accepting items until Easter.  You can also donate to their building campaign by cash or check (payable to St. Walter Church). This may be deposited in the offertory collection. Mark the envelope "Waterleaf".

May we always treasure God's gift of new life


Stations of the Cross on Fridays

6:30 PM All Fridays during Lent

6:30 PM April 19, Good Friday

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Reconciliation (Confession)

9:00  Saturday mornings
3:30  Saturday afternoons

The Seven Churches Pilgrimage....is a pious

Roman Catholic Lenten
 tradition to visit seven

churches on the evening of Holy Thursday.

The tradition of visiting seven churches was started by Saint Philip Neri around 1553. He and a few friends would gather before dawn and set out on their "Seven Churches Walk". These pilgrimages were designed to be a counterpoint to the raucous behavior of Carnival. The walks became very popular and began to attract others.

St. Walter Holy Thursday Pilgrimage to 7 Churches will take place on April 18. The busses will leave from the St. Walter parking lot around 8:15 PM immediately following the Mass of the Lord’s Supper.

The Churches of Naperville will  be visited. Sign up at the Faith Network Desk.       


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Weekdays: Monday, Tuesday & Thursday 6:30 AM

Wednesday, Friday & Saturday 8:30 AM

Saturday 9:00 AM and 3:30 PM. You may also call 630-894-2461 x3002 to make an appointment with a priest. 

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April 21 - EASTER
7:30 am 
9:30 am 
11:30 am


April 27-First Holy Communion
10:00 am and 1:00 pm



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April 19
Holy Land-Good Friday

April 21

April 28
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