Listening is a sign of respect and love.
Family and friends knew Haines and Schuerman were meant to serve the Church.
It has been a winding road to his ordination for Bishop James T. Schuerman, but the journey has been sure since an early age.
MILWAUKEE — The Catholic Conference, made up of teams representing secondary schools throughout the Milwaukee archdiocese, has been defunct for more than 40 years. Yet the grouping which began in 1931 lives on, thanks to the efforts of one-time conference basketball players such as Tim Theisen, Tom Griffey and Mike Schramka. As high schoolers, the […]
Question: What is one of the most significant changes in parish ministry in the Archdiocese of Milwaukee in the 21st Century? Answer: A substantial and increasing number of “shared” pastors, associate pastors and administrators. The “shared” designation refers to priests assigned to pastoral ministry at more than one parish simultaneously, attributed mainly to the declining […]
As I write this, the temperature outside is 18 degrees, but it “feels like” 5 degrees, according to the National Weather Service. That’s not the coldest it’s been in Southeastern Wisconsin, but it’s pretty cold nonetheless. Cold enough to make sure you’re bundled up before going out of the house, anyway. But the sky is […]
Writing notes, making lists, searching for an object that has been misplaced – as we grow older, we invent a variety of ways to keep track of daily, weekly and other calendar events. Perhaps you’ve heard, “I can’t find my glasses, I know I left them on the table next to my chair.” And the […]
Photographer uses ‘special gift’ to give back
Free classes help parish reach out to community
Catholic schools educate nearly 35,000 elementary and high school students in the Archdiocese of Milwaukee. Catholic Schools Week is observed around the country from Jan. 29 to Feb. 4. Learn about some of the success stories in our own archdiocese in the February issue of Catholic Herald Family. There’s the special J-Term that takes place […]