Our parish’s turn to prepare, deliver, and serve a meal is the fourth Thursday of the month. If you would like to share in the preparation of stew, jello, hard-cooked eggs, or dessert, or if you would like to serve at the meal, contact Doris Lattos at 262-505-6116 or *protected email*....
Join us in person at the Cathedral Every Friday at 12:15 pm for this 30 minute communal contemplative prayer with the intention of reconciling and healing racism in our city. Feel free to pray privately wherever you are in solidarity with those gathered at the Cathedral if you are not...
Please note: This day is for the typical monthly commitment our parishes have with Habitat for Humanity. For information about volunteering for our Lenten Almsgiving partnership with Habitat for Humanity please go to Building Hope – Habitat for Humanity. Our family of parishes has a long history of supporting the...
The Six Saints St Vincent de Paul Conference and our many clients are grateful for your cash donations and donations of household goods. Thank you for your continuing, generous support. Look for the bins in the back of the church. For pick-up of larger items please call Randy Bedore at 262-617-0910.
All new parishioners from our family of four parishes are cordially invited to the New Member Welcoming Dinner on Monday, April 29, 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...
This five-session program will begin on Monday, April 1 and meet in the Old St. Mary Parish Office. The group will meet for five consecutive Monday evenings from 6:00 – 7:30 pm. The program will touch on many different topics such as Different Stages of Grief, Understanding Anger, Depression and...
All new parishioners from our family of four parishes are cordially invited to the New Member Welcoming Dinner on Monday, April 29, 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/pWW6kqdx1q. Please RSVP by April 22. We are looking forward to sharing a wonderful evening with all our new members! ... See MoreSee Less
As you journey through Lent, take part in this special offering: On Wednesday, April 10, 2019, area priests will be available for the Sacrament of Reconciliation at these 10 parishes throughout the archdiocese. Prepare and open your heart as we approach Easter. ... See MoreSee Less
Catholic East Elementary has one more Fish Fry! Come to Holy Rosary Hall (2011 N Oakland Ave) on April 12 from 4:00-7:30 pm for this fun annual tradition. The dine in menu includes baked or fried fish, baked potato or french fries, coleslaw, applesauce, bread and butter, dessert, and coffee. Beer, wine, milk and soda will be available for purchase. Adults: $10; Seniors/Take Out: $9; Children: $6. Holy Rosary Church will be open from 4:00-7:00 pm, so feel free to go upstairs and light a candle and enjoy some peaceful time of prayer before or after you go to the Fish Fry. A “self-guided” stations of the cross will also be available (The Mystery of the Cross: Praying the Stations with Pope Francis). ... See MoreSee Less
Young Adult Coffee Conversation If you’re between the ages of 18-35 and trying to sink deeper into your faith this Lent, please come to the Old St. Mary Parish Center (835 N Milwaukee St) on April 7 after the 11:30 am Mass. Here we will have some great Lenten reflections and a new opportunity to meet more young adults, all while enjoying some light refreshments! Mark your calendar and email Nino Rebholz at *protected email* for more details. ... See MoreSee Less
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 Family of Four Parishes will offer JustFaith Catholic from spring-fall 2019, beginning in the Easter season.
Information sessions will be held on Sunday, March 31 at Old St. Mary Parish (Broadway & Kilbourn) after 11:30 Mass; Tuesday, April 9 at Three Holy Women Parish - Holy Rosary Church (Oakland & Lafayette) at 6:30 pm; and Sunday, April 14 at SS Peter & Paul Parish (Bradford & Cramer) after 9:30 am Mass. If you would like more information or already know you would like to register for JustFaith Catholic 2019, contact Jonathan Kuta at *protected email* or Jessica Herrick at *protected email*. We pray you’ll prayerfully consider taking the JustFaith journey with us! ... See MoreSee Less
“Please join me for our annual Mass of Atonement. This Mass is a faith-filled, heartfelt and visible action step as we continue our path of reconciliation and resolution. While no single statement or event can make up for the painful abuse of our most vulnerable brothers and sisters, as believers we know that in Christ’s suffering, death and resurrection, we find hope beyond measure as we move toward a brighter future.” — Archbishop Jerome E. Listecki.
The Mass of Atonement will be held at Immaculate Conception Catholic Church, 1023 E. Russell Ave. in Bay View, WI. All are welcome. ... See MoreSee Less
Catholic East Elementary has two more Fish Fries! Come to Holy Rosary Hall (2011 N Oakland Ave) on March 29 and April 12 from 4:00-7:30 pm for this fun annual tradition. The dine in menu includes baked or fried fish, baked potato or french fries, coleslaw, applesauce, bread and butter, dessert, and coffee. Beer, wine, milk and soda will be available for purchase. Adults: $10; Seniors/Take Out: $9; Children: $6. Holy Rosary Church will be open from 4:00-7:00 pm, so feel free to go upstairs and light a candle and enjoy some peaceful time of prayer before or after you go to the Fish Fry. A “self-guided” stations of the cross will also be available (The Mystery of the Cross: Praying the Stations with Pope Francis). ... See MoreSee Less
The monthly collection of donations for St. Vincent de Paul will be after all Masses March 30-31. We are in special need of gently used or new sheets and pillowcases (single and full) and bath towels. Other household items such as dishes, glasses, pots and pans, etc., are always needed. Please call Randy Bedore at 262-617-0910 for pick up of larger items. Thank you for your generous support.
This month’s Love Story: My SVdP partner and I visited with Ebony last month. Ebony had just relocated with her seven children, ages 9 to 1, from Indiana to be closer to extended family. Her request was for beds and a couch. Ebony lives in the Harambee neighborhood in a small two bedroom flat on the upper floor. When I called her she told me she was in need of beds for her children because they were all sleeping in a queen size bed with no blankets or pillows. She also said they were in need of more dishes, silverware and towels. We were able to bring those household items with us because of your generous donations. At our visit we were able to give Ebony a voucher to the SVdP store to order beds, a couch and a dresser. We were also able to pay for delivery since she had no way to get these furniture items home. She had to go to the south side store by bus. While talking to Ebony we discussed the possibility of finding her a better place to rent with more bedrooms for her children. We gave her the name of a woman who owns rental property in the Riverwest neighborhood; someone who agreed to work with Ebony. Ebony began to cry and said she would call her. We learned that Ebony works at a day care center full-time and is able to take her younger children with her while her other children are at school. Ebony also told us that she does hair on the side for family and friends to earn extra money. She earns $1100 per month and currently pays $600 in rent. ~Laurie Jacobs and Kim Newman, Volunteers for Six Saints Saint Vincent de Paul ... See MoreSee Less