(Clockwise from top left) A Corpus Christi Eucharistic procession down Historic Mitchell Street; a traditional parish fish fry; the Cathedra chair; the facade of the Basilica and National Shrine of Mary Help of Christians at Holy Hill; statue of the Blessed Mother and St. Anne at St. Mary’s Visitation; and statue of Mary Mother of the Church at Mary Mother of the Church Pastoral Center.
Everyone loves a scavenger hunt — and what better way for your family to combine faith and fun this summer than by taking the time to seek out some of the most beloved spiritual landmarks throughout the Archdiocese of Milwaukee’s 10 counties?
Our scavenger hunt is inspired by the facets of Milwaukee Catholicism that are both unique and ubiquitous, omnipresent and obscure, and we are grateful for suggestions contributed by people from all over the Archdiocese of Milwaukee. Don’t forget to take us to take us along for the ride — share your photos on social media by tagging Milwaukee Catholic Herald and using the hashtag #MKECatholicSummer.
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