Whatever our ethnic background, mother tongue or country of origin, as members of the Body of Christ, we all share in His Cross — and in the redemption purchased by His Blood. That was the message offered by Archbishop Jerome E. Listecki on Saturday, Sept. 14, as he celebrated Mass in the Mater Christi Chapel […]
LAUREN ROACH Catholic Herald Staff The Infants’ Memorial in the St. Francis Cemetery in Cedarburg depicts a mother holding a baby close, their bodies forming the shape of a heart. As Fr. Patrick Burns blessed the memorial Sept. 14, an errant sprinkle of holy water softly landed on the mother’s cheek, and for a brief […]
CALLIE GAY SPECIAL TO THE CATHOLIC HERALD This summer, 13 students from Divine Savior Holy Angels (DSHA) High School went on their first pilgrimage to the Holy Land. Led by DSHA theology teacher Daniel Pavlovich, the school’s Director of Salvatorian Service Stephanie Monson, and parent chaperone Tim Dunne, the group spent eight days walking in […]
LAUREN ROACH CATHOLIC HERALD STAFF While most teachers will be refilling their marker supplies and stapling multiplication facts to their classroom walls this back-to-school season, Patti Black will be going on bike rides, trips with her family and crafting cards. For 43 years, Black shepherded 5-year-old souls at St. Francis de Sales in Lake Geneva. […]
COLLEEN JURKIEWICZ CATHOLIC HERALD STAFF Kathy Suhr likes to say that everyone just needs one kidney — including her. Unfortunately, she currently has three in her body, and none of them are working the way they’re supposed to — meaning that Suhr, who many Milwaukee Catholics will know as the former owner of the Marian […]
LAUREN ROACH CATHOLIC HERALD STAFF The convoy composed of crossover SUVs, minivans and costumed kids travelled from St. Paul the Apostle to St. Joseph Catholic Church in Racine last summer. Inside the vehicles, parents and volunteers transported props, backdrops and performers for the play, “Go Go Jonah.” For Eli, who was 5 years old at […]
COLLEEN JURKIEWICZ CATHOLIC HERALD STAFF Back when he was a high school student at St. Mary’s Springs Academy in Fond du Lac, Kollin Petrie sat down and made a list of goals for himself. The young football player thought he was making plans for the kind of athlete and student he wanted to be. After […]
This year, Ballpark Day of Faith will be held June 23 as the Milwaukee Brewers take on the Cincinnati Reds at Miller Park.
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.
The campus ministry officers of Divine Savior Holy Angels knew that this year’s Lenten almsgiving project, benefitting the construction of a maternity ward in rural Ghana, would be a big hit with their fellow students.