The Archdiocese of Milwaukee’s annual Mass of Atonement was offered April 1 at Immaculate Conception Church in Bay View.
In this week’s Herald of Hope, Archbishop Jerome Listecki talks about the Archdiocese of Milwaukee’s ongoing commitment in response to clergy sexual abuse of minors.
Sophia Von Rueden, a St. Jerome parishioner and certified SoulCore instructor, began offering the class at her church in September.
Registration has already exceeded 300 people for the upcoming Human Concerns Summit on April 6 at the Mary Mother of the Church Pastoral Center.
Cardinal Stritch University’s Theater program, the Nathan and Esther Pelz Holocaust Education Resource Center (HERC) and the Harry and Rose Samson Family Jewish Community Center will present the Milwaukee premiere of The Last Cyclist this month.
Members of the 40 Days national team visited the vigil outside the Sheboygan Planned Parenthood on the morning of Wednesday, March 20.
In this week’s Herald of Hope we assess our progress three weeks into this year’s Lenten journey. Is the world in which we live and to which we are sent any different or better than it was when we had those ashes imposed upon our foreheads?
Founded in 1846, St. Catherine started as a mission church and still has its cemetery in neighboring Rock County, in the Diocese of Madison. The church is located in Sharon, Wisconsin.
St. Thomas More alumnus Jon Dekker credits the strength of his Catholic education for laying the groundwork that enabled him to experience unbelievable blessings and life success.
In another step in the ongoing process of healing from the wounds of the clergy sexual abuse scandal, Archbishop Jerome Listecki announced the new name for the building that houses the central offices and agencies of the Archdiocese of Milwaukee.