Giving FAQ's - Pushpay

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Thank you to everyone who has transitioned their recurring giving to Saint Clement’s new giving platform, Pushpay. To set up your recurring parish giving, please click here.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: I prefer to give quarterly, bi-annually, or annually, does Pushpay allow me to set up that recurring gift?

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Renovation and Improvement Update: Letter from Director of Operations

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Dear Parishioners,
 
As we come to the end of a challenging year, we are moved once again to thank you each for your tremendous support. Because of your generosity and belief in Saint Clement, we have been able to remain connected with parishioners and undertake much needed projects. Most notably is to outfit the parish with quality livestreaming equipment and the necessary infrastructure. With these tools, we are able to share liturgies and prayer with all of you who have not been able to attend Mass or participate in programing in person. 
 
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Jesse Tree 2020 Recap: Remarkable Generosity in an Unprecedented Year

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Despite the many challenges posed by COVID-19, including the implementation of an entirely new Jesse Tree format, this Advent Saint Clement parishioners once again generously supported 12 local organizations, fulfilling wish lists to assist their ministries during the Christmas season.
 
Overall, as a parish, we were able to donate more than $7,750 in gift cards and financial contributions, as well as more than 1,550 items of clothing, toys and more.
 
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Annual Stewardship Report now available!

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"There are many graces illustrated within the pages of our annual Stewardship Report. This report demonstrates God’s movement among us, and provides examples of how our five anchors articulate who we are. We also share important parish statistics and a financial summary of the past fiscal year.
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Catholics and Voting

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Fr. Louis J. Cameli, the Cardinal's Delegate for Formation and Mission for the Archdiocese of Chicago, reflects on how to approach the 2020 election as a Catholic.

Faithful Citizenship

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Faithful Citizenship

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Pope Francis has said that "We need to participate for the common good. Sometimes we hear: a good Catholic is not interested in politics. This is not true: good Catholics immerse themselves in politics by offering the best of themselves so that the leader can govern."

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