The Archdiocese of Milwaukee created the Coronavirus Emergency Fund to help alleviate the financial hardship caused by the outbreak. Thanks to your generosity, [...]
KAREN MAHONEY SPECIAL TO THE CATHOLIC HERALD St. Vincent de Paul continued helping vulnerable populations throughout the coronavirus health [...]
Volunteers and staff at the Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist have worked hard to provide hot lunches six days a week to more than 150 of the most vulnerable among us.
Eagle Park Brewing Company is meeting the need for hand sanitizer, which is now in high demand as Americans wage war on COVID-19.
As the crisis grew, and surgical and N95 masks became harder to come by, it was clear that an alternative was needed and that’s when all across the archdiocese, people began to step up.
Catholic Charities’ mission remains the same in addressing the needs of the most vulnerable in our community; however, they are shifting gears to respond to those most impacted by COVID-19.
The Archdiocese of Milwaukee and Saint Francis de Sales agreed to a partnership with the city of Milwaukee and Milwaukee County to house individuals facing housing instability who are symptomatic and who face the greatest risk from COVID-19 in a temporary shelter at Clare Hall on the campus of Saint Francis de Sales Seminary.