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This Weekend's Gospel Meditation

Posted by Christine Meyer on 8/10/18

ENCOURAGE DEEPER UNDERSTANDING OF SCRIPTURE

Sunday - August 12, 2018 - Nineteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time

Have you ever approached a hushed group and were certain they were talking about you? It's an uncomfortable feeling to catch people murmuring about what you did, said, or didn't do. It breeds ... Read More »

Midweek Reflection

Posted by Christine Meyer on 8/08/18

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 "A Longing for Fulfillment."  This was written by Br. Silas Henderson, S.D.S.. 

If you click on the grayed out text each contained ... Read More »

Human Concerns Needs You!

Posted by Christine Meyer on 8/03/18

It's back to school time again.  Please help to make sure that all students are prepared with the supplies they need to succeed!  This year we will again give your gifts of school supplies and backpacks to: Our Next Generation, Inc. and Wauwatosa Catholic School.

Supplies needed are: Spiral notebooks ... Read More »

This Weekend's Gospel Meditation

Posted by Christine Meyer on 8/03/18

GOSPEL MEDITATIONENCOURAGE DEEPER UNDERSTANDING OF SCRIPTUREAugust 5, 2018 - Eighteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time

In an on-demand society, it's not always easy to imagine life with less. The crowds of Jesus' day depended on the weather and successful growing seasons for their livelihood. For many of Jesus' listeners, even ... Read More »

From the Desk of Father Will

Posted by Will Arnold on 8/03/18

When I was in college at UWM I took a sociology class that required me to read an essay called Bowling Alone by Robert Putnam. As I recall, (and it’s been a while since I read it) the point of the essay focuses primarily on the decline of social ... Read More »

Understanding Senior Issues

Posted by Christine Meyer on 7/30/18

Why Assisted Living is a Gift 

Years ago when an elder faced declining health there were typically two options, either they moved in with one of their children to get the care they needed, or they went to a nursing home. In those days, the nursing home was known ... Read More »

This Weekend's Gospel Meditation

Posted by Christine Meyer on 7/27/18

GOSPEL MEDITATIONENCOURAGE DEEPER UNDERSTANDING OF SCRIPTUREJuly 29, 2018 - Seventeenth Sunday in Ordinary Time

Have you ever wanted to be part of something bigger? Even the most independent among us likes to make changes and have an impact on others. In this Sunday's Gospel reading, Jesus demonstrates one of ... Read More »

From the Desk of Father Will

Posted by Will Arnold on 7/27/18

A couple of weeks ago Fr. Joe Fowler, our summer help-out priest, and I went out for dinner at BelAir Cantina. Fr. Joe had previously inquired about one of our Wisconsin traditions affectionately known as “frozen custard.” (Remember, it’s custard, not ice cream). He suggested that after dinner we ... Read More »

Sundae FUNdraiser at Hart Park Square

Posted by Christine Meyer on 7/26/18

Hart Park Square senior community will host a Sundae Social as a FUNdraiser to benefit Greater Tosa Interfaith, a program of Unison.  Attendees will enjoy a dish of delicious Gilles Frozen Custard with their choice of a variety of different toppings from our Sundae Bar. Musical entertainment will also ... Read More »

Guest House Dinner-August 22

Posted by Christine Meyer on 7/23/18

Parish Collaborative is providing a Meal for Guest House Shelter for Men

When: Wednesday August 22nd 2018 Time: 5:00 to 7:00 PM

The Guest House currently provides shelter for 86 adult men. It is the largest publicly funded emergency shelter in Milwaukee. 

We need volunteers to donate or prepare ... Read More »

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