Welcome to your online connection to the Roman Catholic community in southeastern Wisconsin. We’re excited that you’re here!
This page and all affiliated pages are designed to inform everyone about interesting topics and events in the Archdiocese of Milwaukee and globally throughout the Catholic Church. You may even consider visiting these pages, an extension of visiting a Church function. Therefore, before posting, ask yourself “would I stand up in Church and make this statement?”
So, as we socialize and evangelize, let’s follow these guidelines:
Be Christ-like. The Gospel shows us that Jesus interacted peacefully with people from all walks of life.
Be respectful. It’s a two-way street. Please extend courtesy to fellow online friends, groups and organizations, and expect the same in return.
Be brief. Remember, this is a community page, so please share the space!
Be kind. We welcome your comments, but not at the expense of another person’s feelings.
Be appropriate. We ask that you align your comments with each respective thread.
Be in touch. If you have a question for someone inside the archdiocese, please contact that person directly or email the moderators at firstname.lastname@example.org, we would love to hear from you!
Please note: Moderators will delete off-topic posts and comments that include slanderous or abusive name-calling and/or malign official Catholic organizations/teaching. For issues with organizations outside of the Archdiocese of Milwaukee, please contact those groups directly.
Facebook is a social networking service that keeps you connected with friends, family, co-workers, companies and organizations through the world wide web. You may join Facebook by clicking here. Then you can keep up with the official Archdiocese of Milwaukee Facebook page by clicking here. If you join our page, you can receive event updates, see exclusive photos and be part of the online Catholic community in the Archdiocese of Milwaukee.
Twitter is a social networking site which allows you to stay connected to your friends, “followers” and organizations through short text messages called - Tweets - which contain 140 characters or less. You can view the text messages on your cell phone, online in your Twitter account or through third-party applications like Tweetdeck, Twirl, Snitter and Twitterfox. If you open a Twitter account, you can follow the latest from @ArchMil, the official Archdiocese of Milwaukee page, by clicking here.