Prayer & Worship Committee
The Prayer & Worship Committee and its Seasonal Planning Sub-Committee plan, coordinate, implement, and evaluate the Sunday liturgies and the celebrations of the Sacraments. The committee also communicates with and educates the parish community, the liturgical ministers, and the committee members themselves. Monthly meetings are held on the second Tuesday of the month, September through June, at 6:30pm and are open to all parishioners.
Chairperson: Andy Kastenholz (262) 502-1932 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Human Concerns Committee
To lovingly build a world of peace and justice in the name of Jesus Christ is the central command of the Gospel. This committee discerns needs of people in the parish and wider community, especially the poor, and identifies resources to meet those needs, enlisting the active cooperation of parish members. Opportunities are offered to help fulfill the justice dimensions of scripture and our Church tradition, acknowledging that every Christian is called to service and to work for justice.
The four components of the Human Concerns Committee are:
Direct Service - Feeding the hungry, clothing the naked, sheltering the homeless, visiting the sick and the imprisoned
Justice Education - Raising awareness among parishioners on social justice issues and Catholic social teaching
Social Action & Advocacy - Forming partnerships with organizations that serve as advocates for the poor and that that work for changes in public policy and societal structures
Empowerment - Assisting the parish to work with social change organizations that encourage people to take action themselves on the issues that affect them
We invite any parishioner interested in becoming involved with St. Anthony’s Human Concerns Committee to join us at our monthly meetings or contact any committee member for more information. We meet on the second Tuesday of each month at 7pm in the CFC. All are welcome.
Chairperson Nancy Schroeder (262) 251-7528
Co-Chairperson Kathy Pari (262) 502-1253
The purpose of the Vocations Committee is to create an awareness of the ongoing need for religious vocations and provide support for individuals discerning a religious vocation. By celebrating the Spirit's call to service, the Vocations Committee celebrates the gift of Church vocations and helps all parishioners to grow in their awareness of how God is calling them to live out their Baptismal vocation.
Contact Person: Jim Andreshak (262) 252-3571 or email email@example.com
The St. Anthony Cemetery Chairperson, in conjunction with the Pastor, administers our parish cemetery in accordance with the established by-laws. Grave lots are available for purchase by registered parishioners only.
Contact: Larry Claas (262)253-0244
The Finance Committee has the responsibility of overseeing the financial management of the parish. The committee determines banking and investment strategies, establishes accounting controls, and coordinates the parish budget. Our membership consists of talented individuals, knowledgeable and experienced in the areas of management and finance, who have a commitment to the faith community. This committee meets at 6pm in the CFC on the last Tuesday of each month.
Coordinator, Rick Kritner (262) 242-2225, firstname.lastname@example.org
Msgr. Ross Shecterle (262) 251-5910, ext. 11, email@example.com
Deb Hyde (262) 252-5910, ext. 36, firstname.lastname@example.org
Christopher Tibbals (262) 250-0159, email@example.com
Bill Nordstrom (414) 466-2725, firstname.lastname@example.org
Peter Nilles, Trustee (262) 255-9104, email@example.com
Jodi Fox, Trustee (262) 255-4781, firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are interested in joining, please contact any of the members listed above.
Recognizing that all of us are blessed by God both spiritually and materially, the mission of St. Anthony's Stewardship Committee is to foster a spirituality of thanksgiving and biblical stewardship within our parish community.
In fostering this spirituality, the Stewardship Committee is also to identify and affirm the gifts of parishioners. We then challenge all parishioners to share generously of their Time, Talent, and Treasure for the good of St. Anthony's Parish and beyond. A further role of this committee is to guide the parishioners in welcoming new members and inviting their participation in the life and ministry of St. Anthony Parish.
Debby David, email@example.com
Jean Jankowski, firstname.lastname@example.org
Audrey Neu, email@example.com
Jassive Casper, firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are interested in volunteering, please contact one of the members listed above.
St. Anthony's Pro-life Heralds are parishioners committed to upholding the fundamental right to life and the Catholic teaching on the dignity of life from conception to natural death. Our mission calls us to prayerfully discern an active means of building the culture of life within our parish and the various communities we impact through prayer, education, service and political action. You are invited to take an active role in promoting the mission of St. Anthony's Pro-Life Heralds.
Co-Chairs: Mary Gilpin, (414) 795-8934, email@example.com and Mary Kieckbusch, (262) 781-1496, firstname.lastname@example.org.