February 2018 archive of Parish Announcements
Posted by Pat Brophy on 2/27/18
The Christian Formation Committee is excited to announce that the parish is organizing a bus pilgrimage to the Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe on Wednesday June 27, 2018. The Shrine is a great place to visit and sits on 100 acres of property. All are welcome to come along.
Thanks to a generous donor who contributed the funds for the bus, the cost per person is only $30. This includes breakfast on the bus, lunch at the Shrine and a donation to the Shrine. For more information please click ... Read More »
Posted by Mary O'Connell on 2/26/18
Thank you for the 176 PASTA items you offered this past weekend to those who hunger.
In the creation story we learned how You filled the seas with fish and the land with animals and gave man dominion over them. These gifts of protein sustain us and, in thanksgiving ... Read More »
Posted by Michele Savoie on 2/23/18
Prayer: Children's Stations of the Cross and Potluck is scheduled for Friday March 2 in the evening. Please RSVP and let us know what delicious dish you will bring by clicking here.
Almsgiving: Make Easter cards for our homebound parishioners. Stations and supplies will be set-up in the vestibule from ... Read More »
Posted by Christine Meyer on 2/23/18
Help us bring joy to our homebound parishioners. Address an Easter card to one or more of our homebound congregants and place the cards in the box provided on the pew by the Mother of Perpetual Help votive candles in the Sanctuary.
The cards will be collected on ... Read More »
Posted by Christine Meyer on 2/23/18
ENCOURAGE DEEPER UNDERSTANDING OF SCRIPTUREFebruary 25, 2018 2nd Sunday of Lent
How are your Lenten resolutions? By the time week two rolls around, plenty of well-meaning people have skipped, neglected, or outright forgotten their Lenten resolutions at least once. It can be easy to start excusing our Lenten commitments altogether.
Last week we saw Jesus driven into the desert. This Sunday, we see Jesus leading his disciples to an equally barren place: he "led them up a high mountain apart by themselves." But what happens there? "And he was transfigured before them and his clothes became dazzling white." Today's Gospel reminds us of the goal. We don't enter into the desert for the sake of suffering, but for the sake of ... Read More »
Posted by Christine Meyer on 2/22/18
You, your sisters, teen daughters, mother, a friend, and especially our tri-parish community members are invited to a Women’s Brunch and Stations of Light event on Sunday, April 15, 2018, at 11am in the Griffey Center (the hall beneath St. Bernard Church, 1500 Wauwatosa Avenue).
Spend an hour ... Read More »
Posted by Christine Meyer on 2/21/18
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 "Faith in Uncertain Times." This was written by Anna Carter.
If you click on the grayed out text each contained in ... Read More »
Posted by Christine Meyer on 2/20/18
On Saturday, June 23rd, Matthew Kelly is holding a Dynamic Catholic - Passion and Purpose event at the Milwaukee Theater from 7:00 to 10:00 pm. Not sure who or what that is? Did you read the book given out for Christmas? It was written by Matthew Kelly. He will ... Read More »
Posted by Christine Meyer on 2/19/18
Thank you to all the men that attended the Men’s Ministry Group on February 8th at St. Bernard Parish. In addition to a great showing for St Bernard Men we had representation from Christ King, St. Jude and St Sebastian. On February 15th we had over ten men from ... Read More »
Posted by Mary O'Connell on 2/18/18
Thank you for the 199 cans of SOUP you brought this weekend to feed the hungry.
Coincidence? Next weekend, February 24-25, we are collecting PASTA for the hungry who come to the St. Catherine's Food Pantry. This same weekend on Saturday evening you can satisfy your hunger for (cooked) ... Read More »