COVID-19 Resources from the Worship Office
Confirmation Planning Guide
Liturgy Planning Guide for Confirmation Masses during COVID-19
Opportunities for Prayer
The following are live-stream options for the celebration of Mass and the Liturgy of the Hours, the official prayer of the Church. This list is in no way exhaustive; it is merely an attempt to help the Faithful pray together.
Masses in the Archdiocese of Milwaukee
Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrw_JySXFU94eYPgE_ILokQ
Heart of the Nation: https://www.heartofthenation.org/
Liturgy of the Hours
The Benedictine Monks of Saint John’s Abbey in Collegeville, MN: https://saintjohnsabbey.org/live
The Benedictine Monks of Conception Abbey in Conception, MO: https://www.conceptionabbey.org/monastery/live/
Spiritual Growth and Formation
The following are some excellent websites that may be helpful to your spiritual growth.
Integrated Catholic Life is a website and blog for people of all ages. The articles and blogs contained here range from scriptural reflections to Catholic apologetics.
LIFE TEEN blog is an excellent blog for teens and college students as they navigate what it means to be Catholic in today’s society.
CatholicMom.com is a collection of articles, reflections, and activity ideas for today’s busy mom. There is also a podcast and a “hangout” for online discussion.
Ministry Monday is a weekly podcast for liturgical musicians and is a service of the National Association of Pastoral Musicians. Each podcast provides liturgical musicians with the opportunities to learn, engage, grow and be renewed in their faith.
Busted Halo is a media resource that helps people of all ages understand the Catholic faith, put it into practice in their everyday lives, and share it with others.
Echoes from the Bell Tower Blog & Podcast is a ministry of the Monks of Saint Meinrad Archabbey in Saint Meinrad, Indiana. It is devoted to observations on Christian faith, spirituality, and everyday events by contributors who have a deep connection to the Benedictine values lived out at Saint Meinrad Archabbey.