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Mass Fellowships

Mass Fellowships that have been requested from November 19 – December 11, 2020: + Maria Faraciano by Mary Vicini + Santo Alioto by Mary Vicini + Joseph D’Amato by Mary Vicini + Joseph Zaffiro by Pat Suminski For Pat & Tom Pintar by Julianna Ksicinski + Pat Catalano by Tony & Lena Zingale + Rose…

All Souls Remembrance

“All the darkness in the world cannot extinguish the light of a single candle.” The Church, from its beginning, has always honored with great respect the memory of the dead.  We believe that the ties of friendship and affection which knit us as one throughout our lives do not unravel with death. It’s been our…

The New St. Rita Church

St. Rita Dedication and Blessing September 30, 2020 Dear Friends, Christ assures us that efforts done in his love will flourish and be protected no matter what. With this in mind, we present the recording of the dedication and blessing of the new St. Rita Church, which occurred on September 18, 2020, presided over by…

Reopening: Mass Registration and Guidelines

Please review the Mass guidelines on this page Before Registering. Weekend Masses are Saturday at 4:30 pm at Holy Rosary and Sunday at 10:30 am at St. Hedwig. Registration for weekend Masses opens at 9:00 am on the Monday prior and closes 1 hour before Mass (or before if seats are full). We ask that…

Holy Week at Home

*Please refresh this page to make sure you are seeing the most recent updates.*   Palm Sunday Video Mass (via YouTube) Palm Sunday Order of Worship PDF Fr. Tim Talks about Faith and Hope During the Pandemic with Milwaukee Magazine Holy Week Resources from the Archdiocese Holy Week Full Schedule at the Cathedral (This page…

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Updates

Please check back often for updates and refresh this page to be sure you are viewing the most recent update. Parish Email Newsletter We have been using the parish email newsletter to send out updates about the rapidly changing circumstances regarding COVID-19. If you haven’t received them that means we don’t have your current email…

Lenten Almsgiving 2020

Tikkun Ha-Ir (which means “Repair the City” in Hebrew) is an alliance of Jewish congregations working together to help address hunger and homelessness in Milwaukee. Tikkun Ha-Ir Milwaukee has been working in the food justice and rescue space for almost a decade and has been running Veggie Chop Shop (VCS) since 2015. They have developed…