Posted by Arthur Scheuber on 10/04/18
I normally wait till December to pass on information about financial contributions, however with the tax law changes we are receiving several questions as parishioners work with their financial advisors.
Here are some of the basics of the tax law changes:
Standard deductions Those who are married and filing ... Read More »
Posted by Ellen Knippel on 9/27/18
Don't forget to register and join us on October 20th! Click here for details!
Posted by Kathie Amidei on 9/20/18
Another year of lifelong faith formation has begun! Bible studies started.Bible studies started. Mom’s Group regrouped. Preparation for Sacraments are in progress. Children’s Liturgy of the Word and Child Care are open for our youngest friends. Alpha begins, asking the question, “Is there more to life than this?”
And ... Read More »
Posted by Anthony Zimmer on 9/13/18
Every year at this time we discern with hope our new Pastoral Council members, and send forth with gratitude our outgoing ones.
After an evening of prayer, shared visioning, and dialogue led by Debbie Klimko, we discerned our newest members.
They are as follows: Brian Milam Bob Loth Richard ... Read More »
Posted by Laurie Polkus on 9/13/18
From Director of Music and Liturgy
“I will bless the Lord at all times; his praise shall be ever in my mouth.”
Sound familiar? It is from Psalm 34, which we have been singing on Sundays for the past several weeks as we listened to the Bread of Life ... Read More »
Posted by Ben Brzeski on 8/25/18
"Let whoever is simple turn in here; Come, eat of my food, advance in the way of understanding." Proverbs 9
Just as the living Father sent me and I have life because of the Father, so also the one who feeds on me will have life because of me. ... Read More »
Posted by Kathie Amidei on 8/14/18
When invited to discuss the Assumption of Mary my response was, “Oh, I think you should get a theologian for that!” My hesitancy didn’t indicate my lack of belief but my confidence to explain it. I wondered if other Catholics might be apprehensive to articulate the meaning of this ... Read More »
Posted by Ben Brzeski on 8/06/18
“This is the bread that the LORD has given you to eat.” Exodus 16:15
“…put away the old self of your former way of life, corrupted through deceitful desires, and be renewed in the spirit of your minds, and put on the new self, created in God's way in ... Read More »
Posted by Arthur Scheuber on 7/27/18
From the Director of Administrative Services...
I had a friend from an old Italian family who passed away a number of years ago. He will always be remembered as someone who would always ask “what can I get you to eat”, before anything else. You would never leave his ... Read More »
Posted by Kathie Amidei on 7/24/18
We were a small parish in the basement of the school in 1997 when Fr. Tom Venne, led our first parish mission trip of 17 teens with me, my husband and Brian Felsmann as chaperones.
This year 126 people took part in 6 different mission trips; serving in Waukesha, ... Read More »