LAUREN ROACH CATHOLIC HERALD STAFF For the immigrant and refugee community, basic information — like how to fill out claim forms or apply for citizenship — is buried under clunky legal jargon. The complexities of immigration law make tax code look user-friendly, lawyers joke. For Barbara Graham and her team at the Refugee and Immigration […]
COLLEEN JURKIEWICZ CATHOLIC HERALD STAFF As the pastor of St. Mary Parish in Hales Corners, Fr. Brian Mason is the spiritual shepherd of 10,500 souls. He also heads a staff of 14 people and, with Principal Maria Schramm, oversees a school of almost 400 students. Being at the helm of such a large operation, “it’s […]
HERALD OF HOPE ARCHBISHOP JEROME E. LISTECKI There are certain moments of transition in our lives that signal growth and development. The very first day of school can be as traumatic for the parent as it is for the new little scholar; tears were shed by both. But it is a moment that calls for […]
LAUREN ROACH CATHOLIC HERALD STAFF Before launching into the last series of the performance, conductor Yaniv Dinur turned back to the Pius XI High School students assembled in the field house and, like an entertaining story-teller, said, “It’s very dramatic,” as he launched the orchestra baton-first into “Duel of the Fates” from The Phantom Menace […]
KAREN MAHONEY SPECIAL TO THE CATHOLIC HERALD The University of Notre Dame announced Oct. 6, on Respect Life Sunday, that Vicki Thorn will receive the 2020 Notre Dame Evangelium Vitae Medal in recognition of her long-standing pro-life efforts. The executive director of the National Office of Post-Abortion Reconciliation and Healing and founder of Project Rachel […]
KAREN MAHONEY SPECIAL TO THE CATHOLIC HERALD Working for STAFF electric, Diego Torres installs electrical systems in new home construction. He enjoys working outside, electricity and learns something new each day. He is learning on the job and fulfilling a need among the trade industry for qualified professionals. The recent Messmer Catholic High School graduate […]
For more than 20 years, the Archdiocese of Milwaukee has held an Annual Asian Pacific Unity Day celebrating the diversity of our local Catholic Church.
When the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) released its list of 10 candidates to be president and vice president for the next three years, Milwaukee Archbishop Jerome E. Listecki’s name was on it.
BISHOP JEFFREY R. HAINES HERALD OF HOPE On the evening of Sunday, Sept. 29, I traveled to Beth Israel Sinai Congregation in Racine to represent Archbishop Jerome E. Listecki and the people of the Archdiocese of Milwaukee in expressing support to a community that had suffered an anti-Semitic hate crime. Just a week earlier, the […]
LAUREN ROACH CATHOLIC HERALD STAFF Their work may not be in your neighborhood, but Catholic Relief Services is working with your neighbor. They just happen to be across the globe. For 12 years, the Archbishop of Milwaukee has hosted a cocktail reception and speaker for a night devoted to learning more about Catholic Relief Services. […]