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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…

Holy Week at Home

*Please refresh this page to make sure you are seeing the most recent updates.*   Palm Sunday Video Mass with Fr. Tim and Fr. John (via YouTube) Palm Sunday Order of Worship PDF Holy Week at Home Newsletter from Terri Balash “Triduum: A Spiritual Pilgrimage” Video Holy Thursday Mass at the Cathedral –  7:00 pm…

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…

2021 Catholic Stewardship Appeal

The Catholic Stewardship Appeal offers a unique opportunity to support Catholic life throughout the ten-county Archdiocese of Milwaukee with a single gift—a gift that helps sustain a broad spectrum of life-changing ministries and programs that meaningfully impact people’s lives. Contributions to the annual $8.1 million Catholic Stewardship Appeal are restricted for use in four key…

Archdiocesan Ministry Center at All Saints

Each month the Human Concerns Committee will highlight the work of a community organization doing outstanding ministry in the city of Milwaukee. Our March 2021 partner is also the beneficiary of our 2021 Lenten Almsgiving: the future Archdiocesan Ministry Center at All Saints! Mission In addressing the expressed wishes of the Black Catholic Community in…

Stations of the Cross Reflections

The First Station: Jesus is Condemned to Death This is how it all begins, sentenced like a common criminal, accused of crimes he has not committed. Yet, our Savior humbly accepts the criminality of all of humanity placed on His shoulders as our Passover lamb. It shakes me to think that just a few days…