Looking for community resources in Milwaukee, Kenosha, Racine, or Waukesha County? These resources were compiled in preparation for the 2014 Career Tools Conference. We encourage contact with our office to add new resources!
Updated in July 2015, this publication lists parish food pantries, outreach centers, and meal sites from the ten counties of the Archdiocese of Milwaukee based on information provided by parishes. Parishes also provided best practices and details about pantries supported through food donations, financial support, or with volunteers. Additions and updates most welcome!
Participating parishes and schools are asked to submit this form along with your donation to CRS Rice Bowl by July 30, 2016. Participants are encouraged to make checks payable to their parish or school, then the parish or school will send one check payable to the Archdiocese of Milwaukee. Include the designation form with your donation. Contact our office with any questions regarding the 25% local designation.
Interested in becoming a host worksite for a Subsidized Worker (SW)? Complete the Host Worksite Agreement to be eligible for the employer database. Submit the completed form along with a brief job description to get matched with potential candidates. Review the handbook to understand best practices when guiding an SW on the job.
“Love Thy Neighbor” is the department newsletter of the Office of Social Justice Ministry & Dignity of the Human Person. View our January 2016 issue which includes articles on: A Faithful Response to the Issue of Employment, Urban Ministry Priorities for the New Year, Transforming Lives and Communities, CRS is YOUR Way to Change Lives Around the World, Human Trafficking, National Migration Week, plus a calendar of upcoming events. Past issues are also available for download.
The Archdiocese of Milwaukee hosted the Career Tools Conference during a three year period to assist a wide range of job seekers. Educational tools were designed, prepared and shared by our experienced presenters, and are offered here as on-going tools to help today's job seekers. Includes tools to assist with resume preparation, interview practice, LinkedIn, networking, and more.
“Being Neighbor In Our Common Home” is the 2017 contest theme for the CCHD Multimedia Youth 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 March 3, 2017. Youth in grades 7 through 12 are eligible to enter. Youth do not need to be Catholic to participate. Guests speakers available.
A recorded webinar on Pope Benedict's encyclical, "Caritas in Veritate" or "Charity in Truth".
Organ donation after death is a noble and meritorious act and is to be encouraged as an expression of generous solidarity.
The Society of St. Vincent de Paul in Waukesha County is starting a mentoring program entitled “Coming Together to Get Ahead.”
This discussion guide, for use with Pope Francis’ encyclical Laudato Si’, can help small groups explore and dialogue with this important document. The guide includes materials for prayer, reflection and discussion, as well as ideas to help Catholics respond to Pope Francis’ message. The discussion section of the guide includes quotes and discussion questions on a variety of themes highlighted in Laudato Si’. The facilitator should decide in advance which topics will be covered during this session. Given the number of rich themes on which Pope Francis focuses in Laudato Si’, you may wish to spread the topics among several sessions.
The following fact sheet will offer information and awareness of certain initiatives and resources, to enliven our civic and Catholic responsibility to help Jesus Christ, the prisoner.
A powerpoint presentation offered by Mark Repenshek, PhD, Health Care Ethicist for Columbia St. Mary’s Health System.
Need a copy of the Pastoral Letter on End of Life Decisions? Simply contact our office, provide your name and mailing address, and we'll send a free copy to you.
Project Rachel is a post-abortion reconciliation program.
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.
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Milwaukee, WI 53207-0912
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Milwaukee, WI 53207-0912
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In an effort to achieve our goals of transparency and accountability, the Archdiocese of Milwaukee has partnered with EthicsPoint, a third-party company, to administer an online service to report financial misconduct. Read more...
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