Saturday of Anticipation: 5:00pm
Sunday Masses: 7:15, 9:00, 10:45am and 6:00pm
Weekday Mass: Monday - Saturday 8:30am
Morning Prayer: 7:30am Monday - Friday, 8:00am Saturday
8:00am Monday - Friday and 7:30pm every Tuesday Evening
Perpetual Help Devotions: Tuesday morning following Mass
Monday ~ 5:00-7:00pm
Friday ~ 9:00am -3:00pm with the Divine Mercy Chaplet at 3:00pm followed by Benediction
Sacrament of Reconciliation
Private: Saturday 4:00pm - 4:45pm and Thursday 5:00pm - 6:00pm
or by special appointment with Fr. Ken or Fr. Patrick (scheduled with the Parish Office).
Sacrament of the Sick
The Anointing Mass is the second and fourth Fridays at 8:30am or by appointment with Fr. Ken or Fr. Patrick (scheduled with the Parish Office).
Saturday, February 6
4:00pm - Reconciliation - Fr. Ken Omernick
5:00pm - TBD
Sunday, February 7
7:15am - Fr. Ken Omernick
9:00am - Fr. Ken Omernick
10:45am - Fr. Paul Hartmann
6:00pm - No Mass
Pope Francis has declared a Jubilee Year of Mercy to begin on December 8, 2015 and continue through November 20, 2016. Catholics throughout the archdiocese are invited to practice the Works of Mercy throughout the jubilee year.
As we journey through the Jubilee Year of Mercy, please visit our website for the Month's Work of Mercy with related Mercy Actions and Videos, as well as the many other Year of Mercy opportunities and events.read more
In December Archbishop Jerome E. Listecki announced that Fr. Ken Omernick would serve as the Archdiocese of Milwaukee Missionary of Mercy for the Jubilee Year of Mercy designated by Pope Francis.
Among his many duties across the Archdiocese is creating videos about the Spiritual and Corporal Works of Mercy.
Click on READ MORE to view the videosread more
The 1% Challenge is straightforward and powerful way to begin: Strive to spend 1% of each day alone with God in uninterrupted prayer. This is an invitation to know the Lord more deeply through a rich and consistent prayer life.
The 1% Challenge: Strive to spend 1% of each day (15 minutes) alone with God in quiet, uninterrupted prayer time.read more
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 14th
Stop in anytime between 8:30 am and noon
ST. CHARLES 3K CLASSROOM
(Follow the "Little Lambs" trail)
Come for an evening of fun and frivolity that the whole family can enjoy and it’s all free!
When: “FAT” (Shrove) Tuesday, Feb. 9th
Where: St. Charles Borromeo Room
Bring a dish to share with fellow party goers!
(Bring in a disposable container and we supply the utensils.)
Dessert is already provided - Paczkis and King Cake!)
Click on Read More for additional information about event and/or volunteering!read more
Come and join fellow parishioners and guests for our annual Ash Wednesday Soup Supper on Wednesday, Feb. 10th. Join us for the 6:00pm Mass and stay for dinner afterwards. Our meal will be a light vegetarian soup and homemade bread. Registration is required so that we know how much soup and bread to prepare. All you need to bring is your fellowship! We will provide the bowls and the spoons!! Sign-up will take place after all the Masses the weekend of Jan. 31st & Feb. 7th, or by calling the Parish Office at 367-0800. We look forward to seeing you there!
"The poor are not only hungry for food, they are hungry to be recognized as human beings. They are hungry for dignity and to be treated as we are treated. They are hungry for our love." Mother Teresa
Thank you for your generosity during Poverty Awareness Month and on this SHARE SUNDAY. During January, the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops exhorted us to begin 2016 by focusing on our responsibility as Catholic Christians to help the poor, including those who are poor in spirit.
Food Pantry Needs...read more
If you have a prayer request, please fill out a Prayer Request Sheet and place it in the box located beneath the “Sign Up” shelf. Look for the sign that says PRAYER NETWORK.
You can also call Pat Blavat before 8:00pm on Sunday evening at: 262-719-1341, or email her at Pblavs@Hotmail.com and leave your request.
Our take and bake ministry is ready to deliver a hot, home cooked meal to anyone who is homebound due to illness or surgery or a family celebrating the birth of a newborn! If you know of anyone who could use a delicious meal, please contact Nancy Van De Laarschot at 367-0800 ext. 214.
Are you looking to share your faith with other young families? Consider serving with St. Charles Baptism Preparation Ministry. We are looking for married couples who have, preferably, had a child baptized to share their faith and wisdom with young families...read more
If you know someone who is sick, recently had surgery, just had a baby, or who is homebound for any reason and would like to receive the Eucharist please contact Nancy Van De Laarschot at 367-0800 ext. 214 for more information.
John 6:51 “I am the living bread which came down from heaven; if any one eats of this bread, he will live forever; and the bread which I shall give for the life of the world is my flesh."