Annual Archdiocesan Mass of Atonement
Atonement - ''at-one-ment'' - comes through Jesus Christ. Through Him, in His loving act of sacrifice, we receive the gift of reconciliation with God and one another. Reconciliation through atonement - the unity of men and women with God and with one another - is pure gift from God, not earned by us. We are invited to respond to this grace and show gratitude for God's work in Christ by renouncing whatever is the source of pride and sin, so that the harmony of creation may be restored.
As a Church we are called to move forward in God's loving embrace. The Church can do so only by seeking pardon for the sins of her past that grew out of pride.
Christ stretched out His arms on the cross and reconciled us to one another and to the Father. He brought God and humanity together in his body. As the Good Shepherd, He wraps His arms around our broken lives and restores us to the harmony that exists in His love.
Live-stream link for the 2021 Mass of Atonement
2021 Flyer and Resources
Printable PDF worship to follow along with the liturgy.
Printable PDF to display or use as a bulletin insert.
Two-sided prayer card specifically written for atonement.
Information given on this website in a printable PDF.
Locations for the Mass of Atonement
2021 - St. Monica Parish, Whitefish Bay
2020 - St. Dominic Parish, Brookfield
2019 – Immaculate Conception, Bay View
2018 – St. Frances de Sales, Lake Geneva
2017 – St Alphonsus, Greendale
2016 – St. Joseph, Wauwatosa
2015 – Sacred Heart, Racine
2014 – Lumen Christi, Mequon
2013 – St. John Vianney, Brookfield
2013 - St. Roman Parish, Milwaukee for Deaf Community
2012 – St. Frances Cabrini, West Bend
2011 – St. Matthias, Milwaukee
with the Sign Language Interpreter