Catholic schools in the Archdiocese of Milwaukee will have access to a new grant program. Giving Initiatives For Today’s Students (G.I.F.T.S.) was revealed at the annual Archbishop’s Catholic Schools Dinner on Wednesday, Feb. 13.
The genesis of the Wisconsin Catholic Youth Rally was more than a decade ago when a group of friends saw the need for a dynamic youth retreat in Milwaukee.
The mission statement of St. Therese Parish, 9525 W. Bluemound Road, Milwaukee, is as modest and powerful as its namesake, and is reflective of its founding by the Pallotines in the 1920s.
When Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio emerged as the new worldwide leader of the Roman Catholic Church, there were many stories about him, including that one of his best friends from Argentina was a rabbi.
The CSA raises millions of dollars each year to support ministry in four main areas.
St. Monica Parish, founded in 1923, now celebrates Mass in a building that was once the biggest in the Archdiocese of Milwaukee, seating 1,200 people.
On the day-to-day level, Elaine Shanebrook’s 40-year career in estate law involved a lot of the minutiae that one would expect — wills, trusts, advance directives, tax regulations.
Sitting on separate cots in the toasty room at the Capuchin Community Services’ St. Ben’s Community Meal Warming Center, 924 W. State St., on Tuesday, Jan. 29, both were grateful to get out of the frigid air.
One of my earliest memories is that of my mother taking my right hand and guiding it as I attempted to make the sign of the cross.
Editor’s Note: Because of an incorrect file, the listings that appeared in the Jan. 24 issue of the Catholic Herald were incorrect. The following is the updated listing. CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOLS BURLINGTON Catholic Central High School 262-763-1510 www.cchsnet.org Fax: 262-763-1509 148 McHenry St., Burlington, 53105 Prin: Bonnie Scholz, email@example.com Campus Min: Margot Hayes, firstname.lastname@example.org; Beth […]