...where we see ourselves as more
than a church:
We are a family!
Golf Outing News
Wednesday, Sept 24, 2014
Morningstar Golf Course, Waukesha
$195/per golfer -or- $700/foursome
The second annual Golf Outing fundraiser
will benefit youth in the parish by supporting the
launch of a scholarship fund and the renovation of
parish space for the Youth Group.
Fr. Solanus Casey
Every 1st Friday of the month, beginning
Friday, March 7th, 2:00 PM
Next being offered on September 5th, 2014
St. Francis of Assisi Church
In the tradition of his healing ministry, St. Francis
Church is offering a monthly Healing
Service for those who would like to pray for physical,
spiritual, or personal healing of any kind.
Contact the parish office for more
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What is a "Two Minute Teaching?
In response to many Catholics' desire to
know more about their faith, Fr. Mike
offers a brief explanation about a
teaching of the Church at Mass each
to see what topic was explained at Mass
this past Sunday!
If you or someone you know is interested
in becoming a Capuchin Franciscan
brother or priest, go to
Rite of Christian
Initiation of Adults.
RCIA is for adults who want to become
Catholic or for Catholics who have never
received the sacraments of Confirmation
or First Communion. Classes go from
September until Easter, meeting on
Monday nights from 6:30-8:30 pm.
If you are interested, please
call Fr. Mike, 374-5750, extension 11.
Rite of Christian Initiation of
This program is for children between the
ages of 8 and 17 who have never been
baptized. This program runs from
September to Easter and prepares a child
for the sacrament of Baptism,
Confirmation, and First Communion.
Please call Fr. Mike if your child or
grandchild is interested in
participating in the RCIC program and
receiving these sacraments.
Religious Education Classes
Religious Education classes for children
are held on Saturday
9:30am - 11:00 am.
Classes are held in the Parish Office
To register your child call the Parish
Office 414-374-5750 x10
At Saint Francis Parish - we
pride ourselves in our welcome
of all who come to our door.
We of St. Francis of
Milwaukee, are a people
of different races and
cultures. We have been
called together to form
a community of faith,
love, and service with
one another in Jesus
Because of this, we commit
-to celebrate the presence
of the Lord
through prayer and worship -to
live and proclaim the Good News
of the Gospel in the spirit of
-to serve the needs of the
poor and the neighborhood
-to seek peace, love and
reconciliation among all people.
to celebrate the
presence of the Lord
through prayer and
to live and proclaim the
Good News of the Gospel
in the spirit of St.
to serve the needs of
the poor and the
to seek peace, love, and
reconciliation among all