There are different kinds of gifts, but the same Spirit. There are different kinds of service, but the same Lord. There are different kinds of works, but the same God works all of them in men.
1 Cor. 12:4-6
All we have is a gift from God. How we use what we have is our gift to God.
Join your friends & neighbors in celebration & service!
…have been away from the Catholic Church for a while, welcome home!
…are interested in becoming Christian (baptized), or Catholic (confirmed),
…if you are Catholic, and would like to register in the parish,
…if you have questions about the Catholic faith and would like to speak with a staff person,
…if you want information about Youth Ministry, Religious Education or Vacation Bible School, please contact:
Jayne Desing (Holy Family School Recruitment) 414-332-8175
Donna Shriner (Holy Family Parish RCIA Coordinator) 414-332-1164
Carolyn Sanger or Elizabeth Cleveland (Holy Family Parish) 414-332-9220
Youth Ministry Information
For all the latest information about our Youth Ministry, please click below:
What to do: Please contact the parish office (414-332-9220) as soon as possible. The funeral liturgy is generally planned by the Director of Liturgy and Music along with members of the family. Parishioners are urged to have a funeral liturgy outline on file at the parish.
What to do: If you or someone you know is in need of pastoral outreach, please call the Parish Office at 414-332-9220.
St. Vincent DePaul
: Reaching Milwaukee in 1849, the St. Vincent DePaul Society brought a mission of serving one’s neighbor person to person preserving dignity, alleviating suffering, and addressing the causes of hardship. Holy Family strongly supports participation in SVD and hosts a regular collection of gently used items. For more information on how to serve your neighbor call the parish office at 414-332-9220, or visit svdpmilw.org
St. Vincent de Paul Meal Program (formerly St. Gall Meal Program): Like to cook? The St. Vincent de Paul Meal Program is blessed with a mission of serving the underpriveleged. The program is directed toward providing food for the poor, and homeless. Holy Family serves the 3rd Tuesday of every other month. Volunteers are provided with a menu and prepare a portion of the meal at home. Serving, and clean-up last only a couple hours, and your service is well rewarded. Contact the parish office for more information at 414-332-9220.
: Shoreline Interfaith outreach is a non-profit joint mission that serves older adults who are living independently, but require assistance in one form or another. Shoreline is comprised of volunteers, and supported by 13 congregations. All goods and services are donated, and Shoreline relies solely on contributions to meet their annual budget. Learn more about how to Serve your Neighbor! Call the parish office at 414-332-9220, or visit Interfaithmilw.org
Visitors to the Hospitalized and Homebound. If you would like receive a parish and/or Eucharistic visitor, contact the parish office at 332-9220. If you would like to visit homebound or hospitalized parishioners — monthly, weekly, or one time only — join others who are doing so when they meet for planning and support on the first Monday of each month in the Kerstein Center after the 8 am Mass.
Other Regular Events
Parish Blood Drive – Sharing Sunday – Respect Life Advocacy – Angel Tree – Crop Walk – Loaves & Fishes – Widow’s Group
Cenacle Ladies’ Group – First Wednesday of the month, 9 am, McCormick hall
Chicago Bus Trip – Bake Sales – Pancake Breakfast – Fish Fries – Spaghetti Dinner – Peruvian Knitwear Sale – FOCCUS Couples
Find More Information at the Parish Office 414-332-9220
Consult the Parish/School Bulletins & Calendars