Mass of Atonement
The annual Mass of Atonement will be held on Monday, April 24 at 6:00 pm at Holy Name of Jesus Catholic Church (818 Huron Ave, Sheboygan). This Mass is one of the ways that the current leadership of the Archdiocese publicly atones for the clergy abuse crisis and scandal. We invite you to join us in support of the survivors, family members and communities who have spoken…
Family of Four Parishes Easter Sunday Masses: 5:30 am at Three Holy Women-Holy Rosary7:15 am at Old St. Mary8:30 am at Three Holy Women-St. Hedwig9:00 am at Old St. Mary (Livestreamed on YouTube)9:30 am at SS Peter & Paul10:00 am Our Lady of Divine Providence-St. Casimir10:30 am Three Holy Women-St. Rita11:30 am at Old St. Mary
Family of Four Parishes Holy Saturday Schedule: 1:30 pm Food Blessing at Three Holy Women-St. Hedwig (1702 N Humboldt Ave) 7:30 pm Easter Vigil at Our Lady of Divine Providence-St. Casimir (2604 N Bremen) All are invited to the Easter Vigil Reception in St. Casimir Hall following the Easter Vigil.
Good Friday Liturgies of the Passion:12:00 pm at Old St. Mary (844 N Broadway)1:00 pm at Three Holy Women-St. Hedwig (1702 N Humboldt Ave) Stations of the Cross:3:00 pm at Our Lady of Divine Providence-St. Casimir5:00 pm at Old St. Mary
Family of Four Parishes Holy Thursday Masses: 7:00 pm at Three Holy Women-St. Hedwig (1702 N Humboldt Ave) 7:00 pm at SS Peter & Paul (2490 N Cramer St) Adoration follows Mass until 10:00 pm
Holy Week Visits to Homebound
During Holy Week, our Family of Four Parishes has Ministers of Care who will bring the Eucharist and a meal to our parishioners who are homebound or living in a healthcare facility. If you’d like to get involved in this ministry, please contact Terri Balash, Director of Pastoral Care, at 414-469-6173 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Outdoor Stations of the Cross
The Outdoor Community Stations of the Cross will begin and end at Saints Peter and Paul Church (2490 N Cramer St). Together, we will publicly profess our faith and pray for the needs of the community by walking and praying at different “stations” or locations in the surrounding Eastside neighborhood. All ages are welcome and it is a stroller and wheelchair…
Please mark your calendars for a Fish Fry Community Dinner with Catholic East on Friday, March 31, at Good City Brewing, 5:00 – 7:00 pm. Join staff, students, family, friends, and parishioners for an evening of fun, socializing, and community building while enjoying food, beverages and, of course, a fish fry. Even better, 10% of the proceeds will go back to Catholic…
Lenten Day of Reconciliation
Parishes from around the archdiocese are hosting this year’s Lenten Day of Reconciliation, which will occur on Wednesday, March 29, 2023. 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.
Four Parish Lenten Reconciliation Service
Fr. Tim and Fr. Carlos will be offering an evening of Lenten reflection called “Reconciliation and Healing in the Church and Beyond.” It will take place at Our Lady of Divine Providence-St. Casimir Church (2600 N Bremen St) from 7:00 – 8:30 pm. Priests will be available for individual confessions as well.