Past Events

Past Events

Mass of Atonement

The annual Mass of Atonement will be held on Thursday, April 15 at 6:00 pm at St. Monica Parish (5681 N Santa Monica Blvd, Whitefish Bay). This Mass is one of the ways that the current leadership of the Archdiocese publicly atones for the clergy abuse crisis and scandal. Mass will be available for in-person attendance and will be live-streamed. We invite you to join us in…

Eat, Drink & Be Catholic @ Home

Eat, Drink and Be Catholic 2020-2021: From Social Distance to Encounter Eat, Drink and Be Catholic offers women and men of all ages a casual opportunity to explore the Catholic faith. We hope to provide space for intellectual, relational and spiritual growth as well as some real community building. The format ranges from speakers and group discussion to movies and music.…

Caregivers Support Group

The Caregivers Support Group meets once a month and our next scheduled date is Saturday, April 3 from 8:00 – 10:00 am. Caregivers need care too! When we allow others to support us, we will find we can do much more in supporting and encouraging those who are in our care. Please consider joining our Caregivers Support Group and let us help! We are currently meeting on…

Virtual Stations of the Cross

We invite you to experience the Stations of the Cross in a new, pandemic-inspired way, as a series of brief videos that make use of an outline written by the US Conference of Catholic Bishops as an accompaniment to their 2018 pastoral letter, “Open Wide Our Hearts: The Enduring Call to Love.” These Lenten videos will begin on March 15 and will be published on…

A Virtual Evening in Lent with Fr. Mike Hammer

“Where Do You Think the Way of the Cross Goes?” This year, all are invited to enjoy a special virtual evening in Lent with Fr. Mike as he shares stories, poetry, and personal reflection. The video is available any time at https://vimeo.com/512244376.

UPLIFT Young Adults

All young adults are invited to our UPLIFT (“Uniting People Living in Faith and Truth”) Young Adult sessions! If you’re in your 20s and 30s and are looking to grow deeper in your faith and meet some new people, join our virtual ZOOM sessions diving deeper into the Scriptures! We have had great discussions on the importance of seeking Jesus and keeping a strong…

Men of Christ Conference

Men of Christ 2021 Conference Like many events scheduled for the first half of 2021, the Men of Christ Conference will be held semi-virtually this year. The good news is, we’re moving forward with a wonderful event that’s being hosted in local parishes across the state and beyond. Enjoy inspiring virtual talks in the company of your brothers in Christ at Old St. Mary, or…

Easter Cards

This Lent all families are invited to create Easter cards that will be delivered to the homebound parishioners of the Family of Four Parishes. We encourage every child to make one or two cards with an uplifting Easter message that can brighten a parishioner’s day. Cards may be dropped off at the SS Peter & Paul Parish Office or mailed to 2491 N Murray Ave,…

Lent Book Study (Daytime Option)

This Lent, our Family of Four Parishes will be hosting two online book studies as we explore our theme, “Possibility of Encounter.” Chad Griesel will be leading a group on Monday evenings at 7:00 pm and Laura Hancock will lead a group on Wednesday afternoons at noon. Both groups will be on Zoom and both will be reading and discussing Dr. Marcus Mescher’s book, The Ethics…

Lenten Day of Reconciliation

Parishes from around the archdiocese are hosting this year’s Lenten Day of Reconciliation, which will occur on Wednesday, March 24, 2021. Parishes will have different schedules for Reconciliation, and some locations will have Spanish-speaking priests available. Please visit www.archmil.org/pray-reconcile-rejoice for specific times and locations.