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Mark C. N. Sullivan is an editor at a Massachusetts university. He is married and the father of three children. Email
St. John Cantius Parish stands as a unique parish in the Archdiocese of Chicago. It offers the Novus Ordo Mass in both Latin and the vernacular, as well as the Tridentine Mass. Its imposing historic church, solemn liturgies, devotions, treasures of sacred art, and rich program of sacred music has helped many Catholics rediscover a profound sense of the sacred. In addition, throughout the year, St. John Cantius offers a diverse selection of presentations and classes in Latin, Greek, church heritage, catechetics, and Catholic culture. Founded as an ex-patriot parish by Polish immigrants at the end of the nineteenth century, the parish today represents a broad cross-section of every ethnic, socio-economic and age group. St. John Cantius Church is also the home of the Society of St. John Cantius, a new religious community of men dedicated to the Restoration of the Sacred.