Community Life

Our vital faith community also has a vibrant social community, with a range of activities where parishioners can gather to have fun and build community.

Alumni Association
Help to plan the annual Alumni reunion as well as other special events for alumni. Help is also needed  to keep our alumni database up to date.

Asian American Group
The Asian American Group was established through the initiative of Archbishop Cupich to promote Asian Catholic Ministry in the Archdiocese. The group coordinates Filipino sponsored activities that foster fellowship and promote devotional practices. Each year, we celebrate Simbang Gabi, an evening mass followed by a reception serving well-loved Filipino dishes. In the spirit of Christian unity, we invite everyone to come and experience the joy of fellowship through the SRB Asian American Group. To get involved, please email any of the following:
Ogie Cave
Lou Jose
Marylyn Sarau-Young

Don’t Okay Violence Ever (DOVE) Ministry
Connect for resources or see how you can help this great organization aimed at protecting and supporting victims and survivors of domestic violence.

Hospitality Help
Be a welcoming face at various events from Coffee and Donut Sundays to sporting events to parish wide fund raisers.

Parents’ Association
The Parent’s Association is a great way to meet other families from the school. At monthly meetings, we plan social events and organize fundraisers. Volunteers help in many ways from serving on the Board, volunteering as a room rep, or helping with individual events.

Parish Grounds & Gardening Crew
Do you have a green thumb? Want to help keep our parish grounds beautiful? Then volunteer to help out on random Saturdays or weekdays as your time allows. Contact the rectory to get involved.

Sports Association
The Sports Association promotes the athletics program offered at SRB school. Give a little of your time as a coach, help run the concession stand, or be a part of the Sports Board.

SPRED is a parish ministry that welcomes parishioners with developmental or cognitive disabilities to a faith community to continually enrich their faith and also prepare them for the Sacraments of Holy Communion and Confirmation. The St. Robert Bellarmine SPRED Group serves individuals with special needs in the age group of 22 through adulthood. Meetings are held on Wednesday evenings from September through May. To learn more and hear heartfelt SPRED stories, check out these videos.
Contact: Julie Oloroso,, 773-218-4754.

Ushers and Greeters
Volunteers with a welcoming spirit are needed to greet people as they come to Mass each Sunday. Contact the rectory to get involved.

Welcome Wagon 
Help welcome new parishioners to the Mary, Undoer of Knots Community. Twice a year, a dinner is held for new families, and volunteers help introduce them to what is happening around the parish and school.
Contact: Rectory office: 773-777-2666