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Reopening: Mass Guidelines

Updated August 27, 2021 If you or others you know are more comfortable at a fully masked Mass, beginning Saturday, September 4th, masks will be required at the 5:00 pm Vigil Mass at Saints Peter and Paul. Thank you for your continued charity and understanding in these days. See below for full guidelines. Mass Guidelines…

Becoming Catholic

Dorothy Day writes, “The final word is love…To love we must know each other … and we know each other in the breaking of bread, and we are not alone any more…We have all known the long loneliness and we have learned that the only solution is love and that love comes with community.” Despite…

Deacon G Flies Zero G

Our own Deacon Gary Nosacek recently became the first ordained Catholic clergy – as far as he or the company he flew with knows – to fly weightless. He took part in a Zero Gravity flight over the Nevada Desert on July 11th. The idea for the trip started when Bishop Jeff Haines jokingly told…

Little Way Outreach Encounter

A few months ago, after visiting one of our shut-ins who I haven’t seen in over a year, my heart was filled with many emotions. I went to the nearest adoration chapel, turning everything over to our Lord. He enlightened my heart profoundly, helping me see the beauty in these simple visits. I have always…

No Mass at Holy Rosary July 10 & 17

Due to work needed for the installation of a new air conditioning system, there will be no Saturday Vigil Mass at Holy Rosary Church on Saturday, July 10 or Saturday, July 17. You may choose to attend one of these Vigil Masses on those dates: 4:00 pm at St. Casimir 4:30 pm at Old St. Mary 5:00 pm…

Living the Gift of Sunday

As a tool for Catholics throughout southeast Wisconsin, Archbishop Listecki has published a reflection called The Gift of Sunday. The full reflection and study guide can be found at https://www.archmil.org/Sunday-Initiative/Reflection.htm. Additionally, the archdiocese has published a booklet called Living the Gift of Sunday. Living the Gift of Sunday contains ten weeks of reflections on how…