BUILDING STRONG FAITH-FILLED FAMILIES AND COMMUNITIES

Parish Updates Due to Current Health Crisis

*****March 31st Update*****

Youth Mission Trip has been postponed to a later date.

More information will be upcoming.

 

****March 26th Updates****

All public Masses are suspended in the Archdiocese of Milwaukee. 

Public Masses are also suspended during Holy Week, the Triduum, and Easter.

All Baptisms, First Communions, and Confirmations are postponed.

No on-site activities will take place at KR County Line Parishes until further notice.

Continue to visit our website and our Facebook page to get updated information.

 

***March 18th--Faith Formation Update***

Faith Formation will temporarily cease sessions until April 6th. At that time, we will evaluate the situation to determine if and when we will continue. This means that ALL Faith Formation sessions, classes, Family Formation,

5th grade led Stations of the Cross, First Communion Retreat, service events, confirmation interviews, and retreats will be postponed. We are working on lessons that can be sent via email for families to work on at home. Please

continue to check your emails for updates and at-home assignments.

Adult Bible Studies will not meet until after April 6th. Please continue your studies at home with the online access you were provided. We will work on discussion questions that can be sent to your email.

Koffee Katching with Kathi will not be meeting until after April 6th.

 

***March 16th--Update from Archbishop Listecki--Mass Suspension***

March 16, 2020
 
Dear Faithful of the Archdiocese of Milwaukee,
 
Praised be Jesus Christ!
 
We continue to be mindful of the latest recommendations from our health departments and the CDC.  With the latest directive from CDC asking that public gatherings be limited to no more than 50 people, I am providing you the latest directives with regard to the celebration of Mass and other sacraments.
 
Effective Wednesday, March 18, I am suspending the public celebration of Masses throughout the Archdiocese of Milwaukee, through Friday, April 3.  This includes weekday and Sunday Masses.  I ask that priests still celebrate Mass in their parishes, without an assembly, including the Sunday “pro populo” Masses as required by canon law. 
 
This is a big decision and I don’t make it lightly.  As Catholics, the Eucharist is the source and summit of our lives.  In times of public crisis, people naturally turn to the Church for spiritual direction, and we need to continue to do whatever we can to support people through prayer.  However, taking precautionary measures is a prudent course of action.  I would ask that, where possible, our churches remain open for private prayer and that our people reserve some part of their day for private prayer or devotions.
 
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