At St. Francis of Assisi Parish, we see ourselves more than a church....we are family!

Welcome to St. Francis of Assisi

Welcome to St. Francis of Assisi

We are a people of different races and cultures - called together to form a community of faith, love, and service with one another in Jesus Christ.
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Sunday Mass Livestream

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Join us for Mass live on Facebook and YouTube every Sunday at 8:30AM!
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Mass & Confession Times

  • NEWLY ADDED: 4:30PM Saturday Mass in English
  • The 8:30 Sunday Mass features a lively Gospel Choir. John Gurda, noted Milwaukee historian, has remarked, "The best-kept secret in the city of Milwaukee is the 8:30 Mass at St. Francis Church!"
  • La parroquia tiene una población hispana, principalmente puertorriqueña, y ofrece una misa dominical en español, que incluye partes bilingües en segmentos importantes de la misa, para quienes no saben español.
  • The Sunday night Mass draws young adults and is a convenience for many people who are unable to attend morning Masses. It offers a smaller, more intimate setting for Mass which many appreciate and enjoy.
  • Weekday masses are cancelled until further notice. Las misas durante la semana estan canceladas hasta nuevo aviso.
  • Confessions are offered by appointment. Please call the Parish Office to see a priest for confession (414) 374-5750.

A monthly Blessing of the Sick, takes place 2:00 pm the first Friday of each month.   Confession is available beforehand starting at 1:30 pm.

A similar service has been celebrated for many years by the Detroit Capuchin friars in commemoration of Blessed Fr. Solanus Casey, OFM Capuchin.Venerable Fr. Solanus Casey was a beloved Capuchin friar credited with miraculous cures and valued for his wise and compassionate counsel. He had strong Wisconsin roots having been born in Prescott, WI, and ordained in St. Francis of Assisi Church in 1904.

The Blessing of the Sick will incorporate Scripture, prayers of intercession and thanksgiving, a blessing with a relic of the True Cross. This Blessing has ancient roots in the Church, dating back to the 6th century abbot, Saint Maurus.


Fr. Solanus had two great loves – the poor and the sick. The Blessing of the Sick addresses the widespread need for many kinds of healing in so many people’s lives. St. Francis Church would like to celebrate the heritage of Fr. Solanus who once lived here by offering this Blessing of the Sick to people of Fr. Solanus’ home state.

If you would like a hospital visit, please call the Parish Office. / Si desea una visita a un hospitalizado favor de llamar a la oficina.

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