Daily Mass (Mon - Fri): 7:45 a.m. Rosary: 7:20 a.m.
no morning Mass on Saturday mornings
Saturday: 4:30 p.m. in English
Sunday: 9:00 a.m. in English
Sunday: 10:30 a.m. in Croatian
Confessions: Saturday, 3:00 to 4:00 p.m. or by appointment by calling 414-774-9418 to arrange.
Nationwide Mass here at Sacred Heart
During the Coronavirus epidemic, the widely known nationwide TV Mass - "The Heart of the Nation Catholic Mass" - has found a stable temporary home in our Sacred Heart Croatian Parish Church, stability amid all of the ever-changing complexities of Covid.
"The Heart of the Nation Catholic Mass" is a Milwaukee-based ministry to the elderly, the homebound and now those sheltering at home.
This TV Mass reaches people nationwide, bringing them a high-quality half-hour Mass every Sunday on broadcast, cable and satellite TV, and online. (Their Mass is broadcast from Honolulu, Hawaii to Portland, Maine!) Locally, they broadcast Mass Sundays on Channel 24 at 7 & 9 a.m. and on Relevant Radio 1640 AM at 7:30 p.m. Thanks be to God that we are able to help them serve those in need, including our own homebound and sheltering in place!
Miraculous images of Our Lady with Child
Most visions of the Mother of God leave images only in the memories of the visionary.
But two times in Latin America the Mother of God left images of herself for all of us to see. We post two photos today, on December 12th, the Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe:
The first photo is of Our Lady of Guadalupe's miraculously imprinted image of her expecting the Child Jesus that ocurred in Mexico in 1531. This image is on the surface of a cactus-fiber cloth.
The second photo is of the far less famous Our Lady of Las Lajas in Colombia. ("Las Lajas" is Spanish for "the Rock Slabs.") Here Our Lady of Las Lajas (who profoundly resembles Our Lady of Guadalupe) holds the Child Jesus, with St. Dominic on the left and St. Francis of Assisi on the right. (The crowns worn by Jesus and Mary were added later by the grateful faithful.)
Amazingly this image from 1754 is imprinted in stone and not only on the surface of the rock slab but deep into the rock.
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Sacred Heart Parish on Milwaukee Public TV
February 6, 2020 Milwaukee Public TV broadcast an episode of "Around the Corner with John McGivern" focused on the Story Hill neighborhood of Milwaukee, in which is located Sacred Heart Croatian Parish.
Wisconsin had the opportunity to see the interior of our church and to see John McGivern making Sarma with Mary Schauer.
The show lives on forever on Youtube. See this beautifully done 26-minute show by clicking on the link below:
(Sacred Heart pops up a moment 39 seconds into the show, but the main two-and-half minute segment is 20 minutes into the program. Seeing the whole show is a good idea.)
Archbishop Jerome Listecki after Centennial Mass on October 8, 2017
A heartening story from Catholic radio, Relevant Radio
Glen's "Story Corner" airs Monday through Friday at 6:50 a.m. on the "Morning Air" program on Milwaukee's Catholic radio station, Relevant Radio, AM 1640. Deepen your love for Jesus by tuning in to this station when you can.