Spiritual Living Commission

Commission Head: Susan Cass
Pastor's Representative: Fr. Ken Sedlak, S.Ss.R.

The Spiritual Living Commission offers programs that nurture spirituality, including religious education for children and adults, Bible study, and young adult enrichment.  The Commission strives to assist all in their desire for meaning, purpose, and community built on the foundation of God’s unconditional love.

Ministries include: Adult Confirmation, Religious Education, RCIA, Catholics Come Home, Pathways/Stillpoint, Living the Questions, Bible Scripture Study.

Spiritual Companioning Ministry

Are you:
· on a conscious spiritual journey and ready for deeper discovery?
· looking for greater purpose and meaning in life?
· have questions of the heart or soul you would like to explore?

If so, you are invited to experience the art of Spiritual Companioning. Spiritual Companioning, also known as Spiritual Direction, is an ancient tradition of discernment and discovery. The purpose of Spiritual Companioning is to nurture the inner life and connection to the Divine within the context of everyday life, inviting a deeper understanding of ourselves. Many people find a greater sense of peace, freedom, and wholeness through this experience.

Spiritual Companions are certified, trained and experienced in the art of deep listening. It is a sacred, safe, non-judgmental and confidential environment. If you are interested in exploring one-to-one companionship, you are invited to contact Juliet Beriou at jberiou@gmail.com or Susan Cass at susanpanniercass@gmail.com or www.sacredsoulfood.com. Susan also offers workshops and small group companionship.



Monday Night Prayer Group

Contemplative Prayer Group
Parish Rectory, 2nd Floor Chapel
1633 N. Cleveland Ave.
Monday 7:00 - 7:45 p.m.

Experience the profound impact of silent meditation in a group setting. Each week during Lent, after 20 minutes of meditation,  we will explore and discuss one of 8 short lessons from Cynthia Bourgeault's new book, The Heart of Centering Prayer: Non-Dual Christianity. This practice is a wonderful way to deepen your Lenten journey!

Please email  Susan Cass at
susanpanniercass@gmail.com or Al Krema alkrema@gmail.com to receive the short readings. 



The Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults, or RCIA, is a communal process for formal initiation of new members into the Catholic Church. This process is a return to the formation of the earliest members of the Church in the first and second centuries. For more information about the process, please click here.

Call Fr. Ken Sedlak, CSs.R. at 312-642-2498, x-234 or email kcssr148@gmail.com or contact Christine Kordiuk at 312-642-2498, x-301 or email ckordiuk@st-mikes.org .


Unite as a community praying the Rosary for the sanctity of all life from conception until natural death. Meditative hymns are sung, along with the recitation of the Rosary. No experience required.

Stations of the Cross

Held on Fridays during the Season of Lent after the noon Mass in the church..

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