Saints Peter and Paul Parish
Our doors are open wide to any who seek to worship and serve Jesus Christ.
See the "We're Reopening!" page
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.
20 hours ago
It's time to celebrate!!! With the sponsorship of our Family of Four Parishes, plus the volunteer hours of many volunteers, and most importantly the dedication of Dedra herself, Dedra has closed on her new home!!! If you'd like to help Dedra celebrate this wonderful occasion, please join the online dedication ceremony and house blessing being hosted by Habitat for Humanity on Wednesday, August 5th at 3:00 pm. To access the Zoom information, please email Laura Hancock at
Thank you, Family of Four Parishes, for making this dream a reality for Dedra!! ... See MoreSee Less
5 days ago
We believe that each human person has an inherent beauty and dignity within them, given by God directly! Unfortunately, we are well aware that each human person has not been able to live into the fullness of that God-given dignity, both today and throughout history, due to the sin of humans and human systems, structures, and institutions.
These books (and there are a lot of them!) represent members of our parish community who are currently learning, praying, and dialoguing about our need for racial healing. If you'd like to learn more about how you can get involved in these conversations this fall, please email Laura Hancock at . ... See MoreSee Less
6 days ago
New Episode: Jesus transforms his grieving into a miracle of abundant giving to those around him. Can we also be generous when we are suffering? Join Fathers Ricardo and Phillip for an insightful reflection on this Sunday’s Gospel. Listen here: www.archmil.org/TwoGuys
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Saint Bernard Parish in the heart of Wauwatosa's Village ... See MoreSee Less
2 weeks ago
Fr. Andrew Infanger, Director of UWM’s Panther Catholic Newman Center, is looking for help with preparing for fall. (You may remember him as a seminarian and deacon in our Family of Four Parishes.) Would you prayerfully consider helping? To volunteer or get more information go to www.panthercatholic.com/help. ... See MoreSee Less
New Episode: Parishes as welcoming places, prayer and patience are all explored in this week's reflection. Join us as Fathers Ricardo and Phillip reflect on a fantastic and multidimensional parable from Jesus. Listen in: www.archmil.org/TwoGuys.
Sacred Heart Parish, Racine
Saint Bernard Parish in the heart of Wauwatosa's Village
Christ King Parish and School ... See MoreSee Less
Thank you to all in the community who joined in the March for Peace and Justice this past weekend! As we continue to learn, pray, and act to confront racism in its various forms, please watch this recent talk given by Marianist Sister Nicole Trahan who reflects on her experience of “Being Black and Catholic.” Let us listen with self-awareness, self-criticism, and self-examination as she cries, “I’m Catholic! I belong here!” ... See MoreSee Less
4 weeks ago
Everyone is invited to join the Black Catholic March for Racial Justice being hosted this Saturday, July 11th at 9:00 a.m. at St. Francis of Assisi Parish.
Let us, as the Body of Christ, stand in solidarity with the expressed goals of this walk, to:
Publicly support and stand in solidarity with African Americans and members of the Black community, who suffer racial injustice.
Denounce the sin of racism and racial injustice.
Commemorate the commitment of the Catholic Church in Milwaukee to support African Americans and the Black communities through historic ministerial efforts of the following parishes: St. Benedict the Moor, Blessed Martin de Porres, St. Francis of Assisi, St. Boniface, and more recently St. Martin de Porres and All Saints.All are welcome this Saturday, July 11, at 9 a.m. to the Black Catholic March for Racial Justice to promote peace, solidarity and equality. The march will also commemorate the commitment of the Catholic Church in Milwaukee to serve African American communities. Face masks and water bottles are recommended. Contact Fessahaye Mebrahtu at with questions. For more information, please visit: www.archmil.org/News-2.0/Black-Catholic-March-for-Racial-Justice.htm
Please join us at Saint Francis of Assisi Church, Milwaukee WI located at 1927 N. Vel R Phillips Avenue. ... See MoreSee Less
1 month ago
In our June 24th Eat, Drink & Be Catholic @Home reflection, Sean Carroll and Chad Griesel talk with Michael Adams of Milwaukee JobsWork about living our faith during these present tensions in light of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King's 1956 speech, "The Birth of a New Age." A recording of the session is available on our YouTube channel: youtu.be/4G6y-2MFgyc ... See MoreSee Less