The first priority of the central office administration is to support parishes and schools. Everything we do focuses on serving the people of God through our parishes.
The second role is helping parishes do the things that they can not do by themselves. Central office leaders provide resources, leadership and support to allow parishes to offer ministries they would otherwise not be able to provide because of lack of resources or expertise.
Third, the central offices exist to make sure there is a structure in place to work in areas that would otherwise be left unattended or fall through the cracks, including providing a voice for the voiceless in our society.
Lastly, the central administration of the archdiocese provides leadership, most notably through pastoral and spiritual example and teaching of the archbishop and auxiliary bishops.
Central Office Support:
The Mary Mother of the Church Pastoral Center is the main office for the Archdiocese of Milwaukee. The Archbishop's office is located here as well as the Chancery, Clergy Services, Communications, Deacon Services, Development, Ecumenical and Interfaith Concerns, Finance, Human Resources, Information Systems, Parish Councils and Planning, Intercultural Ministries, Liturgy and Music, and Tribunal.
The MMCPC is also the location for the offices of Social Justice Ministry / Dignity of the Human Person, Human Concerns, John Paul II Center for the New Evangelization, Safe Environment Coordinator, Office for Schools, Sexual Abuse Prevention and Response Services and World Mission Ministries.