Lenten Reconciliation Services
Reconciliation is being offered on Tuesdays and Thursdays at noon, and on Saturdays at 9am.
The Friday Opus Dei confessions have been cancelled until further notice.
Church Open for Private Prayer
The church will be open for private prayer every Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday from 9am-noon. This is in addition to it being open during the time of confessions. We ask that no more than ten people be in church at the same time and that people not come if they have a fever, cough or any symptoms of illness and to maintain space from one another in the church itself.
Due to the current circumstances ONLY scheduled adorers, during their designated hour, will be allowed in the Adoration Chapel at this time. If you would like to have a scheduled hour, please call Mary at 414-771-8738. Please note that we will need to close the Chapel if this rule is not followed.
In keeping with the recommendations of the CDC regarding keeping a personal distance from others, Perpetual Adoration is currently in St. Mary’s Atrium. Please access the Atrium through the usual Adoration Chapel door. The decision to move it to the Atrium, rather than the church, is because the Atrium is more easily secured at night, to prevent Adoration from being moved regularly due to funerals, and in order to keep costs low by not lighting the entire church all day and night. Please leave chairs where they are, as they are set at a distance in keeping with the CDC guidelines.
Stations of the Cross
Stations of the Cross have been cancelled.
Holy Week Masses
Per the direction of the Archbishop, the suspension of Mass with a congregation present now extends through May 3rd. The dispensation from the obligation of attending Sunday Mass is now extended through May 31st. Archbishop Jerome E. Listecki will preside at Masses from Palm Sunday through Easter Sunday at the Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist. Find a complete list of Masses here.
USCCB - Lent
Word on Fire - Bishop Robert Barron's Daily Lent Reflections
Relevant Radio - Fr. Rocky's 40 Lenten Lessons on the Mass
Dynamic Catholic - Best Lent Ever
Creighton University - Praying Lent
Loyola Press - Resources for your Lenten Journey