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C. Frank Phillips

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St. John Cantius Church

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St. John Cantius Church

825 North Carpenter Street

Chicago, Illinois,60622

United States

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St. John Cantius is a unique church in the Archdiocese of Chicago-helping many discover a profound sense of the Sacred through solemn liturgies and devotions, treasures of sacred art, and liturgical music. The historic landmark church is one of the best exam... more

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Rev. C. Frank Phillips, C.R. - Pastor
Fr. Phillips received a Master of Divinity degree from St. Louis University. A member of the Congregation of the Resurrection, he was ordained a priest in January of 1977. He taught Music history and theory, choir, and religion at Weber High School for 11 years. In 1988 he was assigned as pastor of St. John Cantius Parish. Father Phillips is a knight of the Equestrian Order of the Holy Sepulchre of Jerusalem, a knight of the Sacred Military Constantinian Order of St. George, as well as a Conventual Chaplain ad honorem in the Sovereign Military Order of Malta. Fr. Phillips has done much to restore a landmark Polish-American Parish and renew its sense of mission. Mass is offered in both the Ordinary and Extraordinary Forms, in Latin and in English. Saint John Cantius Parish is renowned for its commitment to renewing the sacred liturgy and classical Church Music. In 1998 Fr. Phillips founded the Canons Regular of St. John Cantius, a Roman Catholic religious community of men dedicated to the restoration of the sacred in the context of parish ministry.


St John Cantius Church - Chicago

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Fr. Frank Phillips, C.R., pastor of St. John Cantius Parish, is the founder and chaplain of the St. Monica Sodality.
"The letters we have received have been very moving and the stories they tell are just tragic," comments Fr. Phillips.


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Joseph F. Urbaszewski is a retired Architect and Civil Engineer, who has been involved at St. John Cantius since about 1988, serving in the capacity of chironomer of the Schola Cantorum of St. Gregory the Great at the pleasure of Fr. C. Frank Phillips, C.R.


St John Cantius Church - Chicago

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Pope St. John Paul II and Father Phillips
Pope St. John Paul II blesses the crowns for the icon as Father Phillips looks on. In 1997, the pastor of St. John Cantius Parish, Father C. Frank Phillips, C.R. announced his plans to rededicate the parish to Our Blessed Mother for the approaching third millennium and that he would like to accomplish this by making a new set of crowns for Mary and the Christ Child. Eager to help in this project, many parishioners soon began to donate jewelry and "old gold," which were then fashioned into new crowns by a local goldsmith. In April of that year, he and a small delegation from the parish took the crowns to Rome. After attending the Holy Father's morning Mass in his private chapel, Pope St. John Paul II met with them in his private study and blessed the new crowns. As the Holy Father was exiting the audience hall, he turned back to the group from St. John Cantius Parish, raised his right arm, as if in solemn pronouncement, and declared: "Matka Boska z Chicago," that is, Our Lady of Chicago!" The final words of our Holy Father as he left the audience hall, "Matka Boska z Chicago!! still ring clear in my ears. I still get that feeling of awe when I recall the moment Our Lady was unveiled on September 15th, hearing the same powerful melody with brass and tympani as used in Czstochowa. -Fr. C. Frank Phillips (Letter, February 20, 1998). On September 15, 1997, the feast of Our Lady of Sorrows, pastor Father C. Frank Phillips, C.R. held a solemn re-coronation ceremony to officially consecrate the parish to Our Lady for the third millennium. Later, Fr. Phillips and the parish received a personal thank you from the Vatican:


Holy Rosary Church » St. Monica Prayer Sodality

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The St. Monica Prayer Sodality was founded in 1995 by FR. FRANK PHILLIPS, C.R., the pastor of ST. JOHN CANTIUS CHURCH.
Fr. Phillips also serves as the Prayer Sodality's chaplain.


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