also known as the Slovenian Cultural Center

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Slovenian Catholic Center

Tickets are $20 for adults; students 7-14 are $8, under 6 are free. 
Pre-paid reservations are required and due by February 4th!

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Welcome The Slovenian Catholic Center's purpose is to promote, encourage and foster in the context of the American society, the ideals of the Slovenian heritage and Christian religious and ethical values, providing and operating adequate facilities in support of the religious purposes of the Commissariat of the Holy Cross (CHC) and the Slovenian Catholic Mission (SCM) to carry on exclusively religious, educational, and charitable activities.
Dobrodošli Namen slovenskega katoliškega centra je spodbujanje, pospeševanje in spodbujanje v okviru ameriške družbe, idealov slovensko dediščino in krščanskih verskih in etičnih vrednot, zagotavljanje ustrezne zmogljivosti in delujejo v podporo verske namene Commissariat of Holy Cross (CHC) in Slovenski katoliški misiji (SCM), ki opravljajo samo verske, izobraževalne in dobrodelne dejavnosti.


DO YOU HAVE SKILLS TO SHARE?      The SCC needs you!

Do you have some time?     ...skills?     ...know someone that might?

The Slovenian Catholic Center and Slovenian Catholic Mission are in need of volunteers:
To help maintain our beautiful grounds during the Spring and Summer seasons.

     **  A Mechanic(s) to service and maintain our landscape equipment.

     **  A small group of volunteers to do patch work on the asphalt around the Center parking lot.

If you are able to assist with any of the above jobs, please contact:
Peter Pecharich for landscaping and machine maintenance…  -or-  Martina Hozjan Ruda at
You may also leave a message at the Center at 630-243-0670 or send an email to


Get out of the cold and warm up at the SCC on February 11, 2018, as we celebrate our mid-winter feast of KOLINE!  Lent is coming and we need to use up the meat!  You will enjoy a full day of faith, FOOD, and fun!

               11:00 am     Sunday Mass (in church).
               12:00 pm     Doors open.
               12:30 pm     Annual  “Sausage Dance” as performed by the Slomšek Slovenian School!
               Dinner is served— blood sausage, traditional Slovenian turnip soup
white sausage, pork, krofe and many other goodies!
                After dinner entertainment is donated by
Ansambel Veseljaki.

Your afternoon isn’t complete until you sample a few of our local wines up for tasting as they are judged for best white and red wines for 2018!