Saints Peter and Paul Parish
Our doors are open wide to any who seek to worship and serve Jesus Christ.
See the Mass Times and Reopening pages
Please contact one of our priests.
In a first step toward resuming our normal business hours, beginning July 6, 2020 we will be staffing the parish office from 9:00 am – 3:00 pm each Monday, Tuesday and Thursday to personally accept your phone calls. In accordance with Archdiocesan and CDC protocols, however, we are unable to receive visitors into the parish office just yet. If you need to either pick something up or drop something off, please call ahead to arrange use of the building entryways for this purpose. You are still welcome, of course, to leave either a voicemail or email for us to answer in a timely manner.
2 days ago
Black Lives are Sacred MKE invites you to an Interfaith Witness of the Dignity Black Lives. They will pray for peace, and remember those who lost their lives as a result of racial violence. This is not a protest but a Witness – designed especially for those who may not have prior experience standing up for racial equity.
At 1:00 pm they will gather outside of Our Lady of Divine Providence-St. Casimir Church, 2600 N Bremen St, Milwaukee.
At 1:30 they will walk 1/2 mile to Kilbourn Reservoir Park (2230 N Bremen St, Milwaukee) for a memorial service to remember Black lives lost to racial violence. The program includes:
– a witness from Linda & Jay Anderson Sr., who will speak to the memory of those in Milwaukee and America who should be alive and with their families
– a reflection from author Pardeep Singh Kaleka, Executive Director of Interfaith Conference of Greater Milwaukee
– a prayer lead by Rev. Cecil Lacy whose ministry was informed by the death of his brother at the hands of MPD
– music and inspiration from Fire Shed
This is a family-friendly and socially distanced event. Masks are required, as they show your commitment to love of your neighbors. ... See MoreSee Less
Listen in for a wonderful reflection as the Two Guys share with us their deep appreciation for Sunday’s powerful Gospel. They explore loving God and neighbor - a timely reflection for our lives. Join us: www.archmil.org/TwoGuys.
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5 days ago
This Thursday's witness is hosted by a very special organization, the Franciscan Peacemakers, where our dear friend, Deacon Steve Przedpelski serves as Executive Director. Whether this will be your first or your fourteenth witness, please join us for a powerful hour in support of our Black brothers and sisters. ... See MoreSee Less
6 days ago
Are you looking for another way to support the Riverwest Food Pantry community? St. Joan Antida High School is making it possible to purchase spaghetti dinners for our neighbors! Please consider ordering a meal for a family who attends the pantry... and why not order one for yourself as well?Thanks so much to St. Joan Antida High School for partnering with us this year ! For their 65th annual spaghetti dinner, they are giving the option for other to purchase spaghetti meals to families in our neighborhoods! Please order a spaghetti meal today for a family in our community! www.SaintJoanAntida.org/Spaghetti ... See MoreSee Less
October is Pro-Life Month so you are invited to learn more about... and support the good work of... the Women's Support Center. The Women's Support Center is a very busy Catholic, pro-life crisis pregnancy help center on 21st and Wisconsin, between Marquette University and Planned Parenthood, serving approximately 150-200 women a month. All services they offer are 100% free and include pregnancy tests, ultrasounds, counseling against abortion, post-abortion counseling, teaching natural family planning, breastfeeding classes and much more. Please help them continue their life-saving mission by going to www.wscmil.org/donations and donating today! You can also mail checks to Women's Support Center, 2051 W Wisconsin Ave, Milwaukee, WI 53233. ... See MoreSee Less
2 weeks ago
Did you know that our community at Ss. Peter and Paul has maintained a long-term sister-parish relationship with our brothers and sisters in Chiapas, Mexico since 1989?? And this year, we are able to extend this relationship to the other parishes in our Family of Four as part of our Annual Missionary Cooperation Plan! This weekend at Mass you'll hear from parishioners who have traveled to Chiapas and who are in beloved relationship with the community members. If you'd like to donate to our Chiapas Annual Mission Appeal, please visit spof-mke.givingfuel.com/chiapas-group-3-mcp-2020! ... See MoreSee Less