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 Welcome to The Guild of St. Mary

1934-2016: Celebrating 80+ Years of Faith, Friendship and Service

The Guild of St. Mary is an organization of dedicated women serving the needs of the Church of St. Mary and its wider community.  With 15 circles and over 500 members, the Guild offers a rich and unique environment for women of all ages and experiences, to meet new people, foster friendships, serve others and grow in faith.  Click here to follow us on Facebook!

 ****Event/Activity Highlight****

WHAT:     Easter Basket Distribution

WHEN:     March 11th and 12th 

WHERE:   Church of St. Mary after masses

WHO:       St. Gwendoline


The Most Blessed Trinity Parish Food Pantry in Waukegan have over 300 families who need our help. Easter Ornaments will be hanging on the Easter Sharing Tree which will be located in the vestibule of St. Mary's on March 11th & 12th. After any of the Masses that weekend, you may select an ornament and make an Easter Basket for a family. A suggestion and information sheet is provided. Please help bring joy to others as you help "un-decorate" our tree.

Ongoing Activities:
Donut Sunday, 3rd Sunday of every month--Sponsored by St. Maria Goretti
Memorial Mass Receptions--Sponsored by St. Anne
Wedding Planning--St. Bridget


2016 Christmas Tea










Featured Saint

Saint Anne (also known as Ann or Anna) of David's house and line, was the mother of the Mary and grandmother of Jesus according to apocryphal Christian and Islamic tradition. Mary's mother is not named in the canonical gospels, nor in the Quran. Anne's name and that of her husband Joachim come only from New Testament apocrypha, of which the Gospel of James (written perhaps around 150) seems to be the earliest that mentions them.

St. Anne Circle 2016:   Carol Hermann and Arline Matthei, Circle Leaders

St. Anne's Circle focuses on the Memorial Masses;  click here to learn more about St. Anne