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PROCLAIMING CHRIST and MAKING DISCIPLES

St. Bernard Parish

MASS TIMES

Monday, Wednesday & Friday - 8:15 am
Tuesday Evening - 5:30 pm
Celebration of Sunday Eucharist
Saturday - 4:00 pm
Sunday- 8 & 10 am
Reconciliation 
Tuesday following 5:30 pm Mass
Saturday - 3:00 to 3:40 pm
Recitation of the Rosary
Sunday 7:30 am
Monday, Wednesday & Friday - 7:45 am, Tuesday 5:10 pm

Sunday Bulletin


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OFFICE HOURS

Monday thru Thursday:
8:00 am to 4:00 pm
Friday: 
8:00 am to 1:00 pm

OFFICE ADDRESS:

7474 Harwood Avenue
Wauwatosa, WI 53213

STAFF:

Pastor
Very Rev Phillip Bogacki

Associate Pastor
Fr Will Arnold

Director Administrative Services
Christine Meyer

Director Liturgical Music
Bill Lieven

Adult Choir Director/Musician
Greg Smrz

Children Choir Director/Musician
Gail Martin

Director of Formation for Children
Sam El-Azem

Director of Youth Ministry
Sarah Daszczuks

Maintenance Supervisor
Steve Schroeder

Office Administrative Assistant
Claudia Couchene

Parish Announcements

Volunteer for Hunger Task Force for One day

The The Parish Collaborative is sponsoring a volunteer event on Saturday October 20th, 2018 from ... Read More »

This Weekend's Gospel Meditation

ENCOURAGE DEEPER UNDERSTANDING OF SCRIPTURESunday - September 23, 2018 - Twenty-fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time

The Oscars. The Super Bowl. TV talent shows. Your son's Little League championship. We live in a culture set on competition. The desire to "be the best" goes beyond hobbies and into politics, the corporate world, and parenting comparisons at the park. This desire is as old as the human race, and it surely arose in Jesus' day. While Biblical society was significantly less open and upwardly mobile than our own, power was attractive. From what we know, many of Jesus' disciples had come from lowly backgrounds. Now they followed an increasingly popular rabbi who seemed primed to do something ... Read More »

Midweek Reflection

Each week we publish a "Midweek Reflection" courtesy of Liturgical Publications for the upcoming Sunday.

Each installment is followed by a prayer. This week's reflection is entitled "Jealousy & Selfish Ambition: Roots of Evil." This was written by Rev. Mark ... Read More »

Weekly Podcast

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