Daily Reflections

 

The bishops of the Archdiocese of Milwaukee are offering

"Daily Reflections"

 The archbishop explains "We want to begin a moment of reflection every day ... encouraging you, and having you understand the spiritual dimension of the crisis we are going through."

Join us daily.


 

The Catholic Comeback 2020

 


 

PLEASE JOIN the Archdiocese of Milwaukee VIA LIVE STREAM:

Pray the Rosary with us as we seek the intercession of Mary, Mother of the Church for strength in the struggle against COVID-19 on Friday, May 1 at 2 p.m. from The Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist in Milwaukee.

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Leave Quarantine Closer to Christ

Our days in isolation due to the pandemic will come to an end. When they do, will you emerge weaker or stronger in your faith?

Choose to use the month of May in order to come out stronger. In these 30 days, rather than dwelling on what we might be missing, the Archdiocese of Milwaukee invites us to focus on Jesus, giving one percent of each day in prayer (that's 15 minutes) and living out our prayers by doing one concrete action to grow in love for God and neighbor. 

May 1st through May 30th:  One Percent Scriptures

 


Daily Reflections from the Bishops

 

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Archbishop Listecki Easter Message

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