Cor Unum - Master's Degree in Systematics
Sacred Heart Seminary and School of Theology offers a master’s degree in systematics - theology for laity. Completed in 22 months, it is designed for busy people. Twelve applicants are accepted and go through the program together, meeting Monday evenings and 3 Saturdays per semester. This is not just an academic degree; spiritual, human and pastoral formation is also incorporated into this program, with the goal that you take what you learn out in service. The seminary generously supplements the tuition, charging only $8,500 from the cost of $20,460. Contact Monica Misey to set-up a Zoom Meet and Greet with Dr. Mike Brummond, director of the program. Learn more at https://www.shsst.edu/cor-unum/.
Virtue Baseball Club this summer – learn more or register now at www.VirtueBaseball.org!
Join a growing group of families from throughout the Lake Country and greater Milwaukee area who seek to honor Christ by encouraging our sons and families to heroically live out virtues through the sport of baseball. This summer, the tradition of promoting excellence, creating a fun environment, and building strong bonds of friendship through the sport of baseball continues in a new Virtue Baseball Club for boys from K4 through high school! Registration is open for T-ball (K4/K5), coach-pitch (1st/2nd grade), or player-pitch (3rd grade through 12th grade). No previous playing experience is required. To sign up, or for more information, please visit www.VirtueBaseball.org or contact us at connect@VirtueBaseball.org. Virtue Baseball Club is an apostolate of the Men of Christ movement.
Year of Service for Young Adults
The Riverwest Food Pantry is seeking Young Adults ages 21-26 with any background of study and open to Catholic Spiritual teaching to serve at our Community Food Center. Mission interns live full year rooted in faith and social justice through prayer, community, and service in the Catholic tradition.
For more information, check out: https://www.riverwestfoodpantry.org/mission-house or contact Samantha Vosters at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Do you know someone over 30 who might have a vocation?
Some men mistakenly assume priesthood is not an option because they had been married, had children, lacked a college degree, or thought they were “too old” or “not good enough.” Sacred Heart Seminary and School of Theology has been forming men over age 30 since 1970, and is hosting Zoom “Meet & Greets” for anyone that might want to learn more. Join one of our informal conversations: https://www.shsst.edu/vocation/. Contact Deacon Steve Kramer for more information: email@example.com or (414)858-4767.
Worldwide Marriage Encounter Weekends
Join us for a virtual WWME experience from the comfort of your home. The Worldwide Marriage Encounter Weekend offers married couples an opportunity to get off the treadmill of life and focus on each other. It is a chance to look deeply into your relationship with each other and with God. Upcoming in-person Worldwide Marriage Encounter Weekends are June 25-27 in Geneva, IL; August 20-22 in Madison, WI; and September 17-19 in Geneva, IL. There are also virtual experiences on September 13 to October 4 and November 13-14. Early registration is highly recommended. For more information visit our website at: alifetimeoflove.org or call (888) 574-5653. Para un fin de semana en español por favor llamen a Candelario y Emilia al 815-375-4250.
St. Vincent de Paul Society of Milwaukee
St. Vincent de Paul Society of Milwaukee remains a pillar of strength for Milwaukee neighbors in need during this uncertain time. Now, more than ever, the Society relies on support from community partners and friends to ensure services remain strong. There are numerous opportunities for you to help SVDP Milwaukee help others during this time, such as:
Contact the St. Vincent de Paul (SVDP) members in your parish or a neighboring parish that has a St. Vincent de Paul group (referred to as a “conference”). They truly are the hands and feet of Christ as they make calls to neighbors in need and offer assistance to alleviate some of the hardship to obtain basic necessities. Ask how you can help them, offer your prayers and find out more about how your SVDP conferences are making a difference in your local community.
Thank you for your support and prayers. For more information contact Rebecca Surges, Director of Development & Communications, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or Phone: (262) 751-8103.
Are you or a loved one struggling with unwanted same-sex attractions, and looking for answers? Do you have a child or family member who is attracted to others of the same gender? Are you being called from loneliness, isolation, and confusion to truth, love and friendship? The Archdiocese of Milwaukee offers Courage, a ministry for those with same-sex attraction, and EnCourage, a ministry to help parents and family members of those who have same-sex attraction. Courage is an apostolate of the Roman Catholic Church, and for 25 years, has been helping men, women and their loved ones live full lives in Jesus Christ. This ministry is completely confidential and directed by a priest. For more information, or to find a Courage or EnCourage group, please visit www.johnpaul2center.org/Nazareth-Project/CourageEnCourage.htm, or call 414-758-2215.
Facing an Unplanned Pregnancy?
Catholic Charities is here to help! We offer free and confidential in-home education and support for mothers and their families. Pregnancy Support Coordinators help connect moms to resources, reach individualized goals, and receive education on topics such as stress management, labor and delivery. If you are in need or know someone who might need help, please call 414-573-5899.
SPRED: Uniting in Faith & Friendship
SPRED (Special Religious Development) is a life-affirming ministry that brings people of different abilities and backgrounds together to grow in faith and friendship. Members of a SPRED small faith group gather as equal brothers and sister in Christ, through one-to-one relationships and a symbolic method of catechesis. Through community-building and genuine friendships, SPRED welcomes people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and integrates them more fully into parish life. It is a parish-supported and volunteer-run ministry. For more information, visit spredmilwaukee.org or call 414-595-7921.
AA Meetings during COVID-19
During these trying and strange times, many AA meetings are taking place on Zoom (which is also accessible via phone). Meeting information may be obtained by contacting the AA Central Office, either online or at 414-771-9119.