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.
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New Episode: Join us for a pre-election discussion on faithful citizenship. Archbishop Listecki and his guests discuss how we can better understand the day-to-day issues and support the common good. Kim Vercauteran (Wisconsin Catholic Conference) and Fr. Tim Kitzke (Archdiocese of Milwaukee) are with us. Listen here: www.archmil.org/Living-Our-Faith/Current-Radio-Show.htm
Today’s co-host is Lydia LoCoco, who is the Director of Community Relations at the Archdiocese of Milwaukee. She is a parishioner at St. Mary's Visitation.
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Join us for our fifteenth public witness in support of racial justice and the dignity of the human person. We are grateful to Marquette's Black Student Council for hosting our Black Lives are Sacred witness! ... See MoreSee Less
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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 tradition to remember all who have died. Due to the pandemic this year, our parish leadership has decided to prerecord our All Souls Day Remembrance Service. This way we can still come together in prayer and stay safe. During the service, a special candle will be lit as we remember all of our beloved parishioners who have died within our Family of Four Parishes this year. You can find the links to the All Souls Remembrance Service, Order of Worship, a Bereavement Booklet, and online Book of Remembrance on our website at ssppmilw.org/all-souls-remembrance. Please contact Terri Balash at or 414-469-6173 if you have any questions. ... See MoreSee Less
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
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