Women's Post-Abortion Bible Study
Do you or a friend carry the burden of unhealed regret associated with a past abortion decision? You are not alone. Together, with other post-abortive women, you can begin to discover healing and peace. The next small group session will be starting in early 2018. This group is confidential and interested participants are encouraged to call Anchor of Hope Health Center, Sheboygan at (920) 452-4673 for more information.
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.
Caring and Sharing Grief Support Groups
Combining communities in companioning those on their grief journey, Daniels Family Funeral Homes, along with St. Alphonsus Human Concerns Committee and The Wisconsin Veterans Home in Union Grove, will be holding a monthly “Caring and Sharing Grief Support Group” on the last Tuesday of each month. The morning group will begin at 10 a.m. in the Chapel at the Wisconsin Veterans Home - Boland Hall, 21425 Spring Street, Union Grove. The evening group begins at 6:30 p.m. at Cross Lutheran Church, 126 Chapel Terrace, Burlington.
We are offering the programs, “The Journey of Grief” by author Doug Manning and “Understanding Your Grief” written by Alan D. Wolfelt Ph.D. These programs are intended to companion you on your own unique grief journey. Feel free to join the group any time. There is no charge and it is open to the public. If you have any questions, please contact Marlene at 262 878-2011.
Ministerio de los Bienaventurados
Nuestra misión es apoyar a las familias que sufren el encarcelamiento de un ser querido, ofreciendo un espacio en el cual puedan compartir sus experiencias, caminar en solidaridad y mutuamente ofrecerse comprensión, fortaleza y esperanza. ¿Tiene un ser querido encarcelado? ¿Siente que nadie comprende lo que está viviendo? ¿Se siente solo(a) y que nadie le apoya? ¿Tiene preguntas sobre cómo funciona el sistema correccional? Nuestro grupo puede ayudarle en estos momentos difíciles. Acompáñenos en nuestra próxima reunión. Para más obtener más información llame al 414-769-3398
Fecha: Último domingo de cada mes, 3-5 p.m.
Lugar: Mary Mother of the Church Pastoral Center
3501 S. Lake Drive, Milwaukee, WI 53207
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.
Contemplative Prayer for Reconciliation and Healing from Racism
Join us at the Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist, 812 N. Jackson St., Milwaukee, every Friday at 12:15 p.m. for a 30-minute communal contemplative prayer service with the intention of reconciling and healing racism in our city. If you are not able to join in person, feel free to pray privately wherever you are in solidarity with those gathered at the cathedral. For more information, please contact Anne Haines, Respect Life Director for Urban Ministry, email@example.com.