Past Events (Page 2)

Mass of Atonement

Annual Mass of Atonement Join Archbishop Listecki on Monday, April 1 at 6:00 pm at Immaculate Conception Parish in Bay View for the annual Mass of Atonement. This Mass is a faith-filled, heartfelt and visible action step as we continue our path of reconciliation and resolution. View the flyer

The Pope and the Rabbi: A Faithful Friendship with Keynote Speaker Rabbi Abraham Skorka

Guided by their own religious convictions, Rabbi Skorka and Pope Francis spent years conversing about their understanding of God and of each other. Today they are friends. Rabbi Skorka is a biophysicist, rabbi, seminary rector, and author. Admission is FREE of charge! Kindly RSVP no later than March 25th. For more information, please contact Bonnie…

JustFaith Information Session

JustFaith Catholic is a small group program that invites, inspires and energizes participants to live more simply and compassionately, to dialogue together about making a difference in our community and to respond as Christ would to the needs of today’s world. Our parishes will offer JustFaith Catholic from spring-fall 2019, beginning  in the Easter season.…

Prayer and Stations of the Cross

Light a candle and enjoy some peaceful time of prayer before or after enjoying the Catholic East Elementary Fish Fry.  A “self-guided” stations of the cross will also be available (The Mystery of the Cross: Praying the Stations with Pope Francis). March 15, 29 and April 12

#Immigrants&RefugeesMatter

A luncheon/lecture series sponsored by the Peace and International Issues Committee of the Interfaith Conference of Greater Milwaukee March 5 – Milwaukee’s Changing Immigration Landscape (Barbara Miner) March 12 – Human Rights & the Environment: Key Issues (Sumudu Atapattu) March 19 – Where is the Welcome Mat for Refugees? (Mary Flynn) March 26 – Tidal…

St. Joseph’s Tavolata

The Christian Women Society invites you to experience this Italian tradition through which the parish honors St. Joseph and raises money to help the poor and those in need. According to a legend dating to the Middle Ages, Sicily was facing famine due to a severe drought. The people prayed to their patron St. Joseph…

Nova Middle School Group

All students in 6th-8th grades from any school or religious background are invited! Our Nova Nights will typically occur the third Sunday of every month, and will be a ton of fun! We will play games, get to know each other, learn about the faith and build a strong community for the East Side to…

Concert Series at St. Casimir Church

The Prata Duo, Mike Keegan, Horn, and Steve Wolff, Piano/Organ will perform works with Irish themes by Stanford, Bozza, Field, and other composers. The Four Tone Pieces by Austrian composer, Rudolf Bibl will be performed by Prata to showcase the historic Felgemaker Organ with horn to add to the wonderful acoustics of this fine space.…

Family Holy Hour

Are you looking for a prayerful way to enter into the Lenten season with your children – without spending the whole time trying to get your little ones to sit still and be quiet? We’ve got just the thing! Please join other parents and children for our Lentent Family Holy Hour on Saturday, March 9…