Are you or is someone you know interested in becoming Catholic? Do you know someone who is baptized but has never received their 1st Communion? Do you simply want to grow in an understanding of your faith? Our four-parish RCIA group begins on Tuesday, September 11th at 7:00pm in the parish center at Old St. Mary Parish (835 N Milwaukee St.). RCIA, the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults, is a place where adults of any or no faith can explore questions of faith and prepare to join the Catholic Church. Contact Director of Adult Faith Formation, Chad Griesel, to get started: gro.l1540263992imhcr1540263992a@cle1540263992seirg1540263992 or 414-271-6180.
Eat, Drink & Be Catholic offers women and men of all ages a casual and friendly opportunity to explore the Catholic faith together. We hope to 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. Adults of all ages are invited to the Mo’s…A Place for Steaks (720 N Plankinton) on Wednesday, October 24 starting at 7:00 pm. Join us as we welcome Fr. Brian Mason as he reflect on “The No Matter Whatness of God.”
Please RSVP to Chad Griesel, Director of Adult Faith Formation, at gro.l1540263992imhcr1540263992a@cle1540263992seirg1540263992 or 414-271-6180. Free drinks and appetizers will be served. All are welcome!
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 ten.l1540263992abolg1540263992cbs@s1540263992ottal1540263992sirod1540263992. Recipes are provided upon request.
Please note, because of the warmer weather, brats instead of beef stew are served in July and August. Those who normally prepare beef stew are asked to bring pasta salad or baked beans.
6:00pm – set-up
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 able to join in person. You can sign up for weekly reflections at tinyurl.com/healracism.
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.