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  • Pastor's Welcome



    St. Marcelline is a Gospel-based community known for its welcoming spirit, the strength of its music ministry, prayerful liturgies, commitment to stewardship (discipleship), and its outreach to the poor. This website is designed to acquaint you with the richness and diversity of the St. Marcelline parish community. I invite you to come to a liturgy and hopefully find a home at St. Marcelline and make it the center for your faith life. May

    God’s grace and peace be yours.

    Fr. Harold B. Stanger
     
  • Word on Fire

  • Formed

  • Mission Statement

    The Catholic community of St. Marcelline is dedicated to continuing the mission of Christ in the world by inviting all to an awareness of God’s abiding presence, by sharing a common commitment to stewardship, and by celebrating God’s love in prayer and sacrament.

  • St. Vincent DePaul Food Pantry

    St. Vincent DePaul Food Pantry Hours

    Monday, Tuesday
    Thursday, Friday
    1:00-3:00 PM

    An appointment is suggested by calling (847) 524-9676.

    Donations of food are requested on days the Pantry is open.

  • Sacrament of Marriage


    Matrimony celebrates the love God has for us as demonstrated in the love between two people who are willing to share their lives and themselves totally with one another.

    In order for a wedding date and time to be reserved at St. Marcelline, the bride or groom, or their family, must be registered and active parishioners for at least six months.

    For more information about our Marriage Preparation Program, please visit, Marriage Preparation

  • Sacrament of Baptism

    The waters of Baptism symbolize life and death, washing and cleansing and the mystery of dying and rising. A person can be baptized at any age, from infant to adult. If you are interested in having your child baptized or you are an adult and would like more information concerning Baptism, please call the Administration Center at 847-524-4429, or click here

  • National Catholic Register