Forming Consciences for Faithful Citizenship, guidance from the USCCB

Faithful Citizenship

Voting is an important way for Catholic Christians to influence public policy. Our Wisconsin Bishops, in their July 2018 letter on faithful citizenship, call on all Catholics to form their consciences, bring the principles of Catholic Social Teaching to bear on the decisions confronting us, and face the challenges of the public square with joy and courage. To help us …

Sad News from Our Parish Family

On Tuesday, June 26, after a very long battle with lung disease, Maria Covarrubias, gave up her spirit in peace and was carried to heaven, where she is now greeted by Our Lady of Guadalupe, all the Angels and Saints, and Our Lord Jesus Christ.  Her faith has saved her.  Maria was the wife of Ismael Covarrubias, who has looked …

Holy Spirit descends upon the disciples at Pentecost

Novena to the Holy Spirit

The novena in honor of the Holly Spirit is the oldest of all novenas. The Lord Himself started it when he sent His Apostles back to Jerusalem to pray and await the coming of the Holy Spirit. Addressed to the Third Person of the Blessed Trinity, it is a powerful plea for the light, strength, and love so needed by …

Totus Tuus Activity

Totus Tuus for Children Entering Grades 1 – 5

July 9 – 13, 9:00AM to 2:30PM Fun, faith-building activities for children.  We will offer Confessions for 3rd-5th graders and their families, plus Mass for all the children, their families, and parishioners! Children can be dropped off and picked up in the Social Hall by the Religious Education Wing doors. Please pack a lunch for your child(ren) for Monday through …

Crosses in church during Lent

Resources for a Grace-Filled Lent

Our Lenten Journey this year begins with Ash Wednesday on February 14.  We invite you to participate in one of our Masses that day, at 8:30 AM, 12:10 PM, and 6:30 PM. The Mass at 6:30 is bilingual. Ashes will be distributed at all three Masses. Our Lenten theme this year is “Inviting Jesus to Be a Part of Our …