Together, Visitation families have always found strength in the love of the Lord. If you need prayer, reach out and let us pray with you. We will invite students, families, alumni, and friends to join us in lifting you and your loved ones in prayer.
This month, we remember the souls of those that have gone to the Lord before us. Please share the names of your loved ones in the Visitation Book of Names. This book will be shared with the students and friends of Visitation so that we may come together in prayer.
Almost one-hundred and thirty years ago the Sinsinawa Dominican Sisters were called by God to the Visitation community. Here they built a community founded in compassion, faith, and learning. That tradition continues today, empowering the children of our community and blessing them with faith, compassion, and a family that will last a lifetime
The reach of the Sinsinawa Dominican Sisters goes far beyond the walls of Visitation. Today, they serve communities across the country, advocating for those in need, and sharing God's love through everything they do. Visit the Sinsinawa Dominican Sisters' website to learn more about their courageous and important work.
"The Lord himself goes before you and will be with you; he will never leave you nor forsake you. Do not be afraid; do not be discouraged."
This year has been challenging and at times, we can feel alone. No matter what we face, we are never alone. God is always with you and your Visitation family is always here. While we cannot come together in-person, churches across Chicago hold mass each week. Please join us in worship and fellowship each week. To learn more, explore up-coming Mass options.
The power of prayer is undeniable! For over a century, Visitation has instilled in our students a faith that carries them throughout life.
If you are in need of someone to pray with, reach out! The Archdiocese of Chicago offers a wonderful opportunity to connect with others in our community to come together in prayer.
We are blessed to have Cardinal Cupich in our community. While we may not be able to see each other in-person, the Cardinal continues to guide our community and help us grow on our journey with God.
Take a look at this webpage to check out videos to help you through the tough times, and rejoice in the good!
Faith is an integral aspect of life at Visitation Catholic School: for our students, teachers, and alumni faith frames our world view and the lessons we impart to those around us. Because of our generous donors and community partners Visitation is able to continue providing quality faith-based education to the children of the Englewood community.
Donate today to continue strengthening the faith-based programming at Visitation and in our community.