2490 N Cramer St, Milwaukee, WI 53211
3 days ago
All young adults are invited to our new UPLIFT ("Uniting People Living in Faith and Truth") Young Adult sessions! If you’re in your 20s and 30s and are looking to grow deeper in your faith, meet some new people, and enjoy some refreshments along the way, join us on Tuesday, January 28th, from 7:00 – 8:00 pm at the Saints Peter and Paul Church Center. We have had great discussions on the importance of seeking Jesus and keeping a strong faith, and we are excited to grow together! To RSVP or see more details, go to tinyurl.com/upliftyoungadults! ... See MoreSee Less
4 days ago
Our Caregivers Support Group meets once a month, and our next scheduled date is Saturday, February 1 from 8:00-9:30 am in the Old St. Mary Parish Center (835 N Milwaukee St). This group will be treated to a light breakfast. Caregivers need care too! When we allow others to support us, we will find we can do much more in supporting and encouraging those who are in our care. Please consider joining our Caregivers Support Group and let us help!
Contact Terri Balash, Director of Pastoral Care, at 469-6173 or *protected email* if you plan on attending or need any further information. ... See MoreSee Less
5 days ago
All new parishioners from our Family of Four Parishes are cordially invited to the New Member Welcoming Dinner on Tuesday, February 11, at 5:30 pm at Three Holy Women – Holy Rosary Hall (2011 N Oakland Ave).
The purpose of the dinner is to provide a relaxed, informal opportunity to meet other new members of your parish and to learn more about your parish community. Whether you joined your parish one year ago or just yesterday, if you have not had the opportunity to attend a new member dinner, please join us for a relaxed evening.
Please contact Bob Schuelke, Director of New Member Engagement, at 414-962-2443 or *protected email* to RSVP or for more information. You may also RSVP here: evite.me/ak9sUN7Qkn. Please RSVP by February 4. We are looking forward to sharing a wonderful evening with all our new members! ... See MoreSee Less
6 days ago
*Eat, Drink & Be Catholic continues January 29*
Adults of all ages are invited to Boswell Book Company (2559 N Downer Ave) on Wednesday, January 29 starting at 7:00 pm. Milwaukee authors Jon M. Sweeney, Bishop Richard Sklba and Dr. Richard Lux will be talking about the new book "Jesus Wasn’t Killed by the Jews: Reflections for Christians in Lent." Motivated by the “reappearance of blatant antisemitism in American society,” over a dozen Jewish and Christian contributors write about the Jewish context of Jesus’s life, contemporary Judaism and its roots and relationship to early Christianity, and Jewish/Catholic relations today.
Please RSVP to Chad Griesel, Pastoral Associate of Formation and Justice, at *protected email* or 414-271-6180 x111. All are welcome!
Eat, Drink & Be Catholic offers women and men of all ages a casual opportunity to explore the Catholic faith. We provide a space for intellectual, relational and spiritual growth. Our hope is that at the end of each evening, individuals not only know more but are also inspired and empowered to live out what our faith celebrates and teaches. ... See MoreSee Less
7 days ago
The monthly collection of donations for St. Vincent de Paul will be after all Masses January 25-26. Our special needs at this time are dinner plates, tall drinking glasses and cereal bowls. Other household items are always appreciated. Thank you for your help!
This month’s Love Story:
It was a beautiful Christmas surprise. Randy and I attended the 10:30 Mass at Holy Rosary on Christmas morning. Flowers, lights, music and people filled the joyful space. Father Tim was presiding.
At the Offertory, Father Tim said, “We are so happy that the Saint Vincent de Paul Ministry is part of our parish. The volunteers do good work with the poor. There is a statue of Saint Vincent up here at the altar. Next to it is a basket for donations. Please support our Saint Vincent de Paul Ministry."
With that began a steady procession of individuals who came up to the basket one by one to deposit their offerings. My eyes filled with tears to see so many people participating on that Christmas morning. They just kept coming. The generosity was wonderful. And this gesture from Father Tim was completely unexpected!
The money came at a time when the ministry was in need of money. The beds, appliances and furniture that we purchase require cash above-and-beyond the generous donations of household goods and the Giving Tree gifts from the parishioners. There are times when our cash reserves get low, and this Christmas was one of those times.
The beautiful Babe in the manger was the long-awaited surprise, but the generosity of the parishioners was also a lovely Christmas surprise.
~Fran Bedore, Volunteer for Six Saints St. Vincent de Paul ... See MoreSee Less
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1 week ago
The light shines in the darkness, and the darkness cannot overcome it. - John 1:5 #MLKDay ... See MoreSee Less
3 weeks ago
UPDATE: The Teaching Mass has been canceled due to weather.
Do you want to have a deeper understanding of the Mass? Please join us for a Teaching Mass on January 11 at 10:00 am at Three Holy Women–Holy Rosary Church. This “Mass in slow motion” will be presided by Fr. Mike Michalski and taught by leaders of our UPLIFT Religious Formation team. Join us to have a deeper understanding of the prayers, songs and gestures of the Mass. Refreshments and hospitality will follow in Holy Rosary Hall. All ages are welcome!! Contact Anh Clausen at *protected email* or 414-962-2443 ext 19. ... See MoreSee Less
Join us for PeopleTalk, a community building program sponsored by the SSPP Pastoral Council. PeopleTalk will gather parishioners to get to know one another through guided conversations, as they share their experiences and thoughts about church and faith.
PeopleTalk will take place on four Tuesdays (January 7, January 21, February 4, and February 18) from 6:00 – 7:45 p.m. downstairs in the Church Center. You are encouraged to come to all four, but you are still welcome if you can only make one or two.
A simple soup supper will be provided. Please take some time to make new friends and strengthen our parish. RSVP at www.surveymonkey.com/r/PeopleTalk_RSVP . ... See MoreSee Less
The Feast of the Epiphany is an important celebration for the Church…and a great reason to have a party!
Join us Sunday, January 5 after the 9:30 mass for a celebration in the SS Peter & Paul Church Center (2490 N Cramer St). We’ll have coffee, juice, and treats (including the traditional Epiphany “King Cake”). We will sing “We Three Kings” and crown our own kings and queens. You can also pick up the materials to do the special Epiphany blessing of your home and show your kids our gifts of real gold, frankincense, and myrrh. This is a great chance to get to know other parishioners and guests and celebrate together as a community. If you are new to the Family of Four Parishes or just haven’t gotten involved yet, this is a wonderful place to meet new people and join in the life of the community, or to simply grab a treat and soak in the joy. Questions? Want to lend a hand with set up, clean up, or bringing a treat? Please contact Anh Clausen at *protected email*. We look forward to celebrating with all of you! ... See MoreSee Less