Vision: 21st Century Planning - Final Recommendations presented to the Archbishop.
2010-2011 Food Pantry publication.
Updated in February 2012, this publication lists parish food pantries from the ten counties of the Archdiocese of Milwaukee. In addition, parishes provided best practices and details about pantries which they support through food donations, financial support, or with volunteers.
Listing of Parishes by District and Cluster for 2012-2013
“Be a Disciple! Put Two Feet of Love in Action” is the 2013 contest theme for the Multi-Media Youth Arts Contest. The contest is designed as a multi-disciplinary opportunity for schools, religious education programs, and parishes to engage young people in creative justice education. Deadline for entries is February 28, 2013. Youth in grades 7 through 12 are eligible to enter.
CRS Rice Bowl participants are asked to submit their alms by the end of July 2013. Please include the designation form with your donation. Contact our office with any questions.
Here are some notes about some of the items on the Statement of Financial Position for the Archdiocese of Milwaukee, to help in your understanding of the various items, descriptions and accounting terms used in the financial reports.
Recognition for Catholic adults - the Bronze Pelican and St. George awards.
Please read this information. There has been a series of Church break ins over the past several days.
A comprehensive community resource guide plus a variety of resources from the August 22, 2012 Career Tools Conference. Handouts assist with networking, interview practice, branding, and more. Note: The 2013 Career Tools Conference will be held on Tuesday, June 25 at the Cousins Centers.
The Archdiocese of Milwaukee is proud to host the 2013 Career Tools Conference on Tuesday, June 25. This all day educational event provides the most current job search strategies, tools, and hands-on practice designed to empower unemployed job seekers. Sign-up forms and pre-recorded orientation webinars are available to help prepare volunteers for their roles.
Organ donation after death is a noble and meritorious act and is to be encouraged as an expression of generous solidarity.
What does our Catholic faith say about poverty? What is poverty? What is at the root of poverty? And what should our reaction be toward it?
Suggested Activites for 2011 Ceasefire Sabbath from the Mayor of the City of Milwaukee's office.
A fundamental Catholic belief is that of valuing and respecting the sacredness of human life. As Catholics, we believe that workers have a God-given right to respect and dignity. These Catholic Social Teachings inspires the "Clean Clothes Campaign".
List of local retailers and web sites dealing in non-sweatshop clothing in the Milwaukee Area
A flow chart of the Clergy Sexual Abuse Mediation System is detailed below.
Information on the independent mediation process designed to meet the needs of victims of clergy sexual abuse in the Archdiocese of Milwaukee
View the current members of the College of Consultors.
This section outlines the communication policy for the Archdiocese of Milwaukee in matters dealing with sexual abuse of minors by clergy.
General catecheses on the importance and value of the practice
Stewardship includes the concept of safeguarding - using wisely and justly - our human and financial resources. It is frequently expressed as a call to give our time, talent and financial resources to God, especially through the Church.
Confirmation Schedule for 2013
Sudan remains an urgent priority for U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops with active and ongoing advocacy work in solidarity with the people of Sudan.
Deacon recommendations to Archbishop Listecki on April 24, 2010.
Statement in support of the DREAM Act by Archbishop Jose Gomez, Archbishop of Los Angeles Chair, U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops’ Committee on Migration submitted to the Senate Judiciary Committee Subcommittee on Immigration, Refugees and Border Security June 28, 2011
Encyclicals Written by Pope John Paul II
Certain actions in the Church require that the person be authorized to function in the name of the Church.
Fair Trade coffee, tea, chocolate, fruit, and other goods.
Let retailers throughout southeastern Wisconsin know that we want our items to be made in conditions that respect workers; give or send a shopping card.
Federation of Diocesan Liturgical Commissions
Un grupo de apoyo para las familias hispanas que tienen a un ser querido encarcelado.
The Human Concerns Committee discerns needs of persons in the parish and wider community, especially the poor, and identifies resources to meet those needs enlisting the active cooperation of parish members.
The Catholic Church has taken a position on immigration because it is a humanitarian issue which carries moral implications. Immigration policies impact human dignity and human life, and therefore should be addressed.
A media resource publication of 25 suggested DVDs and documentaries on a variety of immigration issues, provided by the Justice for Immigrants committee of the Archdiocese of Milwaukee.
Archbishop Listecki and the Archdiocesan Council of Priests approved a resolution for preaching on the Solemnity of the Epiphany regarding immigration reform in the U.S.
This section contains information about three former priests from the Archdiocese of Milwaukee.
Since 2002, the Archdiocese of Milwaukee has implemented many policies and initiatives to keep children safe.
The following resources for addressing hunger are offered for use within and between Lutheran, Episcopal, and Roman Catholic (LARC) congregations. Please check back for additional resources.
Love Thy Neighbor is the department newsletter of the Office of Social Justice Ministry. Current and past issues are available for download.
Two forms of recognition for adult Catholics - the St. Anne and St. Elizabeth Ann Seton medals.
Roman Missal Materials for those with disabilities.
This brief summary of the Gospels provides information on the authors, themes, audiences and historical context of the gospels.
"One Human Family" is the title of the 2011 message from Pope Benedict XVI for the 97th World Day for Migrants and Refugees. This resource is a printable version of the message in PDF format.
Operation Rice Bowl is Catholic Relief Services' Lenten solidarity program. Participating schools and parishes are encouraged to place their supply order in Fall for the following Lenten season.
Overview of Foreign Apostolic Trips by Pope John Paul II
Summary information for school district meetings
Pontificate of Pope John Paul II: An Overview (1978-1979)
Pontificate of Pope John Paul II: An Overview (1980-1989)
Pontificate of Pope John Paul II: An Overview (1990-1999)
Pontificate of Pope John Paul II: An Overview (2000-2003)
The following resources have been prepared for use by the Catholic community of southeastern Wisconsin.
Resources for priestly ministry in the face of concerns about sexual abuse in the church.
Proxy requests are necessary for certain administrative actions (selling or buying property, entering into lease arrangements, establishing endowment funds, extra-ordinary expenditures, etc.).
A list of questions and answers regarding the sexual abuse of minors by priests.
A reflection on Catholic principles for remembering September 11.
Document shows American bishops’ support for immigration reform in the United States
Revised: Suggested Protocols for a Deacon’s Funeral (11-30-11)
Rogito: the Document Placed in the Pope's Coffin
Guidelines that can assist parents, teachers and those who work with children help with children's reaction to the sexual abuse crisis.
Information on typical reactions to times of crisis, actions that help address the crisis, and how Christian hope influences how we deal with the crisis.
Contact information for programs in communities throughout the Archdiocese of Milwaukee that provide sexual abuse awareness education and free services to sexual abuse survivors.
A shopping guide for buying "clean" (sweatshop free) sports, spirit, music, and team wear in Southern Wisconsin and online.
Sam Miller defends the Catholic Church.
Information needed to register for Spring Assembly of Priests
Standards for Educators in Catholic Parishes and Schools
How to become a substitute musician for the Archdiocese of Milwaukee.
Catholic Social Teaching directs us to be ethical in our purchases. Rather than support unjust labor practices by acquiring T-shirts made in sweatshops, you now have local assistance in finding those made in a unionized factory in US or in a worker owned factory in Mexico or Nicaragua.
Resources for middle, high school and adult educators
Procedures for trustee elections in the Archdiocese of Milwaukee.
Catholic disciples are called to put Two Feet of Love in Action. This foundational tool describes two distinct yet complementary ways we can put the Gospel in action in response to God's love.
The Vision/Ministry Planning Process has been approved by Archbishop Jerome E. Listecki on August 8, 2012.
JustFaith Ministries has developed a special series of free monthly downloadable resources to help you connect formation and discipleship to the Year of Faith. Each month's resource includes prayers, reflections, and practical applications to help guide your parish during the Year of Faith.
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