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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…

Lent 2021

Lent 2021: Possibility of Encounter As we anticipate with hope the relaxing of social distancing measures due to the pandemic…as we reach out to those whose identity and experience may be different than our own, especially those who have been placed on the margins in our society…as we seek to know and love more intimately…

Lent 2020: Journey to the Holy Land with our Jewish Brothers and Sisters

75 years after the liberation of the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp, our world continues to be plagued by acts of blatant antisemitism.  In a recent address, Pope Francis reminded women and men of goodwill that “indifference is not admissible and memory is a must.” As a family of four parishes in Milwaukee, our Lenten journey is…

Live as Children of Light – Lent 2017

Ash Wednesday Mass Schedule The 2017 Lenten season begins March 1 with the observance of Ash Wednesday. Masses with the distribution of ashes are celebrated at 8:30 am at Holy Rosary (with Catholic East Elementary), 12:00 pm at St. Rita, and 6:00 pm at Holy Rosary. Click to view all Ash Wednesday masses in our Family…

Lenten Mission and Almsgiving

Lenten Almsgiving As you may recall, during Lent each of the past years we chose one ministry or partner (e.g. SS. Peter & Paul’s sister parish in Chiapas, Riverwest Food Pantry, Meta House, Dryhootch Coffee Shop) to receive our almsgiving donations. This year we have decided to go a different route. Since Pope Francis has…