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July 12, 2019 Concert

Please join us on July 12, 2019 at 2:00 for
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Nicholas Schmelter, organ and Tyler Kivel, piano

Please click on the flyer for full details.

Drop-In Sunday Morning Scripture Study

Join us Sunday mornings beginning June 30 as we look closer at the second reading of the Sunday. We will come to understand it better knowing its date, audience, location and literary composition. Each month we will gather in the North Meeting Room after the 9:00 and the 11:00 Masses. Come each month or come when you can. Each 45 minute session, facilitated by Dennis Callies, will surely benefit your appreciation of the Word of God in our Sunday Liturgy.

The schedule is:

Sunday, June 30 - Galatians
Sunday, July 14 - Colossians
Sunday, August 11 - Hebrews 11-12
Sunday, September 15 - 1st Timothy
Sunday, October 6 - 2nd Timothy
Sunday, November 3 - 2nd Thessalonians

    If you have any questions about the sessions please contact Pat Wisialowski, via email at patwisialowski@stjohncathedral.org, or by phone 414/276-9814, ext. 302.

Catholic Relief Services Lenten Rice Bowl Program - February 24, 2019

Catholic Relief Services Lenten Rice Bowl Program

Sri Lanka continues to recover from a decades-long war and the devastating effects of recurrent natural disasters, including the 2004 tsunami. Catholic Relief Services' work in the country has focused on rebuilding after natural disasters and helping those displaced by war. The conflict left thousands of people with no food, home or way to rebuild their lives. CRS and its partners support returnees by strengthening agriculture livelihoods, training in employable skills, reducing sexual and gender-based violence, and obtaining civil documents.

Sajith Silva’s desire to bring hope to vulnerable people brought him to Catholic Relief Services (CRS) two years ago. He is the Program Coordinator for the Assistive Devices Project, which offers services for people disabled due to the civil war, and loves interacting with people and sharing their stories. He lives in Kelaniya, a city approximately 6 miles from Colombo, the capital of Sri Lanka, with his wife, two children and in-laws.

Sajith Silva joined us in the Cathedral’s Atrium on Sunday, February 24 to share his experiences and helps us kick off the Archdiocese’s participation in Catholic Relief Services Lenten Rice Bowl program. Click here for more information about Sajith or to make a contribution.  Here's a video link from Sajith thanking everyone for their support.

Happy Bithday Father Jose!

Click on the photo to view a terrific Power Point presentation in honor of Father Jose's birthday!

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