Upcoming Events

Upcoming Events

Laudato Si Book Club

Laudato Si is a papal encyclical written by Pope Francis about our care for creation. Please join our discussion group to help pray for and discern what our parishes can do to answer the call to care for God’s creation. We will meet twice a month for 3 months to read and discuss the entirety of Laudato Si. Our goals for this group are to discuss how we can help our…

Baptism Preparation Class

Parents and expecting parents: Congratulations! We would like to help you celebrate the new life in your family as we welcome your child into our family of faith through the Sacrament of Baptism. First time parents need to attend a Baptism Preparation Session. Sessions will be held virtually once a month on a Monday evening from 7:00 – 8:00 pm. Please go to…

Little Way Outreach

We encounter Jesus in meeting others in the ordinary. It is called the “little way” precisely because it is simple and direct, yet calling for amazing courage and commitment. Every few weeks, our Ministers of Care come together to bring communion and a lunch to our shut-ins. These past two years have taught us a good lesson in creativity. Depending on the rise in COVID…

Volunteering at Fr. Gene’s Help Center

We are excited to announce that our parishes’ visit to Fr. Gene’s Help Center in August (as part of our Community Ministry Connection) was a success! We will now have a team of volunteers serving at Father Gene’s every first Friday of the month from 9:30-11:30 am. No need to RSVP, please just show up at 5919 W National Avenue at 9:30 am! Email Sarah Haus, Director of…

Racial Justice & Healing Committee

Our meetings will be held the first Tuesday of the month at 6:30 pm online via Microsoft Teams. If you’d like to help guide the Family of Four parishes in our prayer, education and action related to racial justice, please email Sarah Haus, Director of Human Concerns, at shaus@ffpmke.org. All are welcome to participate in these important conversations!

Caregivers Support Group

The Caregivers Support Group meets once a month on a Saturday morning 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! Please contact Terri Balash, Director of Pastoral…

RCIA – Becoming Catholic

Dorothy Day writes, “The final word is love…To love we must know each other … and we know each other in the breaking of bread, and we are not alone any more…We have all known the long loneliness and we have learned that the only solution is love and that love comes with community.” Despite the many challenges we face today, we believe in the power of love found in…

UPLIFT Families Wednesday Program

“Uniting People Living in Faith and Truth” (UPLIFT) Families is the religious education program serving the parents and children (K3-8th grade) of the Family of Four Parishes. UPLIFT Families is a program for children and adults, designed to develop strong Catholic families in which children learn the joys of following Jesus Christ and the truths of our Faith…

Human Concerns Committee

Our Human Concerns Commission meetings are typically held on the second Wednesday of the month. If you are already involved in a ministry of Human Concerns or if you’d like to learn more, please join us! Good things are happening in our Family of Four Parishes and Milwaukee communities! For more information, contact Sarah Haus, Director of Human Concerns, at 414-271-6577…

OremusMKE

“A Church which ‘goes forth’ is a Church whose doors are open…” Pope Francis in Evangelii Gaudium Three nights this summer, our communities will invite neighbors and guests in to see a beautiful church and to light a candle for peace. Friday, July 15 Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist (Bastille Days – 812 N Jackson St) Saturday, July 30 Three…
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