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St. Mark's Catholic Church
300 E Cole Ave, Wheaton, IL 60187
Saint Mark's is a Roman Catholic Church in the Diocese of Joliet. Its parishioners and staff of diverse cultures,More according to the church, do their best to serve the poor through charitable work while practicing the Roman Catholic sacraments.
Saint Mark's Catholic Church
300 E Cole Ave, Wheaton, IL 60187
Saint Mark's is a Roman Catholic Church in the Diocese of Joliet with parishioners and staff of diverse cultures who,More according to their Web site, do their best to serve the poor by charitable work and practice of Roman Catholic sacraments.
St. Michael Catholic Church
314 W Willow Ave, Wheaton, IL 60187
With a congregation of approximately 3,000 members, St. Michael Catholic Church has served the community for more thanMore 125 years. The original church was built in 1879 but suffered severe damages after a fire in 1911. It underwent much reconstruction until its latest additions in the '80s. The church is now attached to St. Michael Parish School and is across the street from its Faith Center, which houses ministry offices, classrooms and meeting rooms for the church's many study, youth and education groups. 
Saint Daniel the Prophet
101 W Loop Rd, Wheaton, IL 60189
Saint Daniel the Prophet is a Catholic Church in Wheaton that holds mass daily. The church has a large parish staffMore along with a youth minister. Saint Daniel's offers educational services for youth and adults in their religious education, Christian Initiation and ministries. They also offer day care during worship hours. 
St. Michael Parish School
314 W Willow Ave, Wheaton, IL 60187

St. Michael Parish School is Wheaton's only Catholic elementary school and is located on the same property as St.More Michael Church. It hosts students from Wheaton, Winfield, Carol Stream, Lisle, Glen Ellyn, West Chicago and Warrenville for kindergarten and/or preschool up to 8th grade. 

St. Michael's history dates back to 1879, when construction on the Wheaton Catholic Church was finalized. In 1911, the church was severely burned, and in 1923, the oldest section of the present building was completed. In 1974, the Sisters of Notre Dame from Toledo, Ohio, came to be a part of St. Michael School's staff. Construction on the office area, gym and parish center was completed in 1985.