Welcome to Saint Hugh

SAINT HUGH-MassMass Schedule

Weekend Masses

Saturday (vigil) 4:00pm

Sunday 8:00am and 10:30am

Weekday Masses

Monday - Saturday 10:30am

Parish Office Hours

Monday - Friday 9:00am - 3:00pm



Penance/Reconciliation (Confession)

A priest-confessor is available Saturday after the morning Mass or by appointment.


Anointing of the Sick

Contact Father for a family member who is seriously ill.


Communion for Homebound

Call the Parish Office to request a Minister of Care to visit.


Infants are baptized at the parish where their parents are active members - usually on Sunday after the Mass. Contact the Pastor to schedule. 



Celebrated for current parishioners. Engaged couples should begin preparations with the parish at least six months in advance of a proposed wedding.



The family of the deceased should rely on the professional skill of a funeral director who will assist in making arrangements with the parish and cemetery.


St Hugh BBQ Lunch Poster 2016

St. Hugh Parish Picnic Donors 2016
Donors Picnic 2016-for web


Arch Letter Renew My Church Survey

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Available in English, Spanish, & Polish.

Amoris laetitia

Available in English, Spanish, & Polish


First Communion May 2016

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Confirmation May 2016

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Members of Pastoral Staff, Parish Pastoral Council, Finance Council, and SCW Board Members with Archbishop Cupich

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Congratulations to Bob & Dorothy Stephansen for receiving the Christifideles Award.




Congratulations to Caylei H., Allison K., and Makayla L. for receiving Youth Ministry Awards!

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Congratulations to Christine Alfred for receiving the 2016 SCW Woman of the Year Award.



Draw Near - Video Guide to the Catholic Mass


St. Hugh Parish In the News!



         NEWs pic   January 5, 2013 - Suburban Life Article




Fr. Reszel Installation

                      Deacon Gene Kukla, Father Marc Reszel, and Bishop John Manz

Pastor Installation - August 19, 2012


Saint Hugh of Grenoble 1052 – 1132

 He was named a bishop at age 27. In time of famine he sold his Episcopal ring in order to aid the poor.  Along with Saint Bruno, he founded the Carthusians. Feast: April 1.



"St. Hugh Parish is called by God to live, teach and serve as Jesus did."  The parish exists to enable all its members, both young and old, to deepen their relationship with God and to help others both within the parish and in the world to draw closer to God and one another, thus becoming a community of believers living the Gospel message.