Linda Simko is no stranger to Catholic schools. She attended grade school at St. Rita in West Allis, Pius XI High School and Marquette University. After graduation, she received a job at Christ King School in Wauwatosa. She has taught there for 36 years, while remaining active at her parish and in other service activities. […]
Besides being a vibrant, active parish, St. Matthias serves hundreds of people a year through donated sleeping bags and a food pantry.
The 60th edition of the Padre Serra tournament will start on March 1 when St. Alphonsus of Greendale takes on Waukesha Catholic.
“Come and see what God has revealed.” — Fr. Roc O’Connor, SJ, “Lift Up Your Hearts” The opening paragraph of Fr. Roc O’Connor’s new book, “I Want to See,” wasn’t penned by the Jesuit author, but by the evangelist Mark. Mark’s brief Gospel story describes Jesus’ healing of Bartimaeus — a fitting beginning for a […]
The Young at Heart group at St. Mary’s in Hales Corners has many offerings available, including ice cream socials.
Black Pastoral Plan calls for cultural diversity initiatives.
No created, earthly experience, as good as it may be, can ever satisfy our infinite ache for goodness, which is an ache for infinite goodness.
At a time of transition for many parishes and schools in the Archdiocese of Milwaukee, St. Anthony the Hermit parish school in Menomonee Falls is taking a bold step forward. School principal Linda Joyner announced this summer that when the 160-year-old school opens its doors for the 2018 fall semester, it will drop its traditional […]
Advent is the season when we focus on “fixing the road.”
Cyberbullying can be damaging but parents can help.