Throughout Southeastern Wisconsin, local schools and parishes have done numerous activities to celebrate and deepen the connection between the Archdiocese of Milwaukee and Sagrada Familia.
Here, you can read the stories of those parishes and schools, and understand ways to connect with our family in the Dominican Republic.
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In 2011, St. Rafael the Archangel, in Milwaukee, chose the Dominican Republic as the focus of their Lenten coin collection. They teamed up with Luz Para Educación (Light for Education) to help bring the "gift of light" to students and families in the Dominican republic.
Students at Holy Wisdom Academy in Milwaukee donate their pennies to buy school supplies for students in need in the Dominican Republic.
Students at the Vacation Bible School of Blessed Teresa of Calcutta in North Lake make and send World Mission Rosaries to their fellow students in the Dominican Republic.
Students at St. Mary by the Lake Parish in Racine make and share "Prayer Bears" with students in Sagrada Familia.
Recently, the students from two Port Washington schools (St. Mary's and St. Peter's) worked together to share a very special gift with a community in our sister parish, Sagrada Familia.
Recently, World Mission Ministries received a wonderful letter and donation through St. Andrews Parish in Delavan. The money was donated by Wisconsin School for the Deaf students as part of their confirmation project.
St. Williams Parish in Waukesha found a unique way to raise funds for La Sagrada Familia and to connect with rebuilding efforts there.
In honor of the 25th anniversary of our sisterhood with Sagrada Familia in the Dominican Republic, St. Kilian School in Hartford held a special event to raise funds and awareness for our sister parish.