Upcoming Parish Events

Date 05-17-2024 7:15 pm - 10-25-2024
Weekday Mass
05-22-2024 7:45 am
05-24-2024 7:15 pm - 11-01-2024

Latest News

Congratulations to the young people who received the Sacrament of Confirmation at the 10:30 Mass last Sunday. Fr. Mike is pictured with them and their director, Gino, who is pictured to the far right. The young adults are members of Stritch and Marquette Universities and needed to receive the sacrament before Stritch University closes next week. We offer them our prayers.

Felicidades a los adultos jovenes quienes recibieron el Sacramento de Confirmación en la misa de 10:30 el domingo pasado. Padre Miguel está aqui con ellos y su director, Gino, quien está a la derecha. Los adultos jovenes son miembros de las Universidades de Stritch y Marquette y necesitaban recibir el sacramento antes de la Universidad de Stritch cierra la semana que viene. Les ofrecemos nuestras oraciones.

Young adults ages 18+ are invited to pray online together with other young adults and School Sisters of Notre Dame, from across the U.S. and Canada on Tuesday, May 23 at 7 p.m. CT.

Learn more and register for the Zoom link.

The Redress Movement is hosting Just Action Book Release & Discussion on June 2, 2023.

Richard Rothstein (author of The Color of Law), along with his daughter, Leah Rothstein, have written a second book called Just Action that is scheduled to be released on June 1st, 2023.

They will both be in Milwaukee on June 2nd, for a book release/book discussion event.  Click here for more information & Registration


Prof. Anne Bonds, associate professor of geography at UWM, and Prof. Derek Handley, assistant professor of English, lead an on-going research project, “Mapping Racism and Resistance in Milwaukee County.” Their project involves regular folks helping to comprehensively document all racial covenants in Milwaukee County. Each racial covenant needs to be verified by at least 5 people to confirm its racial language. These verified covenants will then be added to a map. Their team hosts community workshops to discuss racial covenants, their role in racially segregating Milwaukee County, and the specific steps involved in being a volunteer.