At St. Francis of Assisi Parish, we see ourselves more than a church....we are family! Discover the warm hospitality of our Capuchin friars and parish members.
Three Parishes, One Sacrament. Sessions are on the second Sunday of the month from 4:30 - 6:00pm. Please call the Parish Office with any questions.
We are still looking for a few more volunteers to help out in the Religious Education classes. Think about it... Pray about it… If helping children learn about God and the Catholic Faith is something you would like to do, we welcome you on our team! Even if you can’t come all the time but can step in when needed, please call the Parish Office or sign up on the sheet on the bulletin board in the back of church. ______________________________________________________________ Parents/grandparents with children in grades 1 to 8, registration is open for Religious Education class. The first class is October 7. Please call the Parish Office for registration or pick up a form from church.
Fr. Mike's Homilies
Stay in touch with your parish when you're awaysee online bulletins
In response to many Catholics' desire to know more about their faith, Fr. Mike offers a brief explanation about a teaching of the Church at Mass each Sunday.see two-minute teachings
8:30 am Sunday Gospel Mass
The 8:30 Sunday Mass features a lively Gospel Choir. John Gurda, noted Milwaukee historian, has remarked, "The best-kept secret in the city of Milwaukee is the 8:30 Mass at St. Francis Church!"
10:30 Misa en Español
La parroquia tiene una población hispana, principalmente puertorriqueña, y ofrece una misa dominical en español, que incluye partes bilingües en segmentos importantes de la misa, para quienes no saben español.
6:15 pm Sunday
The Sunday night Mass draws young adults and is a convenience for many people who are unable to attend morning Masses. It offers a smaller, more intimate setting for Mass which many appreciate and enjoy.