KAREN MAHONEY SPECIAL TO THE CATHOLIC HERALD A recent study by the Brookings Institution found that Milwaukee is the most racially segregated metro area in the United States. It seems appropriate then, more than 50 years after Fr. James Groppi led marches to push for fair housing legislation, that Black Catholic leaders in the area […]
This year, Ballpark Day of Faith will be held June 23 as the Milwaukee Brewers take on the Cincinnati Reds at Miller Park.
It’s true of every organization’s first years — and it’s likewise true for Seton — the beginning has been a period of tough challenges and profound learning moments. It’s been three years of teachers and principals stepping outside their comfort zones. It’s been three years of developing answers to problems that are ever-evolving and ever-deepening in their complexity.
Every student in Cristo Rey Jesuit High School’s inaugural graduation class of 2019 is the first in their family to go to college. Each was accepted into at least two four-year-universities and, collectively, the class has earned more than $3.5 million in institutional scholarships and grants toward college education.
A listing of parish festivals around the archdiocese this summer and fall.
Holy Name of Jesus, St. Clement and St. Dominic (added two years ago) make up a three-parish multi community known as the Sheboygan North Parishes.
Now we have entered an era where infanticide is promoted by political leaders, the mask has been totally removed and the horror of abortion is disclosed. The truth is made known that a hidden holocaust has been perpetrated on the American public and the protection of life, in the land of the free and the brave, is not assured.
But there aren’t any significant changes in store for how the Archdiocese of Milwaukee responds to allegations of clergy sexual abuse — the norms instituted by the motu proprio closely mirrored the
Dr. Lovell told Nicholas Marincic’s story on May 1, when students, faculty, staff and alumni gathered to witness the dedication of the first statue of the Blessed Virgin Mary on Marquette’s campus.
Catholics at the Capitol is a day of prayer, formation and advocacy for all who are interested in learning more about Catholic social teaching and how to advocate effectively.