Notes from Monsignor

Notes from Monsignor

Welcome and Prayers to Aaron Siehr!

Posted by Emily Perret

Dear Parishioners, 

We are excited to announce that Aaron Siehr, St. Francis de Sales seminarian, has been trusted to our care as a teaching parish. Aaron will be with our parishes for the next four years, when God willing, he will be ordained to the Priesthood of Jesus Christ. ... Read More »

Covid Restrictions Update

Posted by Emily Perret

Dear Parishioners, 

As many of you are aware, with increased vaccinations the CDC and the Archdiocese of Milwaukee have eased covid restrictions. Given the new directives from the Archdiocese of Milwaukee, beginning the weekend of May 29 and 30 we will be making adjustments to our covid protocols at ... Read More »

New Additions to Our Sanctuary

Posted by Emily Perret

Corpus Christi Procession

Posted by Emily Perret

Dear Parishioners, 

Sunday, June 14, we celebrated The Solemnity of the Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ, Corpus Christi with a Corpus Christi Procession, a tradition that dates back over 700 years. Corpus Christi is a preeminent celebration of the real Presence of Our Lord--Body, Blood, Soul, and ... Read More »

Daily Mass Beginning

Posted by Emily Perret

Last week the Archdiocese updated the Catholic Comeback, allowing parishes to offer up to two Masses during the week. These Masses will be limited to 50 people.

Daily Masses will begin Wednesday, June 10 at 8 a.m. 

St. Mary will offer Mass on Mondays and Wednesdays at 8 a.m.

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Catholic Comeback

Posted by Emily Perret

Dear Parishioners,  Good news! The Holy Sacrifice of the Mass in which the faithful may attend will resume with limited participation on the weekend of May 30 and 31! The Archdiocese of Milwaukee has given detailed guidelines for a three-phased approach to returning to parish operations and ministry.  In ... Read More »

Celebrating the Mass ad orientem

Posted by Emily Perret

Dear Parishioners,

To more fully encounter Jesus Christ celebrating our Saturday morning Mass each weekend ad orientem, as well as a few throughout the year on Sunday's. That is, the priest and congregation facing toward “the east”, where the Lord will come at the end of time. The posture of the ... Read More »