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Ordinary Time

Ordinary Time


You call me 'teacher' and 'master,' and rightly so, for indeed I am.

~John 13:13~

Ordinary Time, the longest season in our liturgical year, is anything but.  While the pomp and circumstance of Easter has quieted somewhat, we continue to live in the love of our Lord and the Paschal Mystery of Jesus Christ's life, death, and Resurrection and celebrate these realities every time we gather to celebraate the Eucharist.  Over the course of the next several months, we will hear a lot of Jesus' parables.  Jesus taught using parables and we can still learn from them today if we are willing to listen with our ears and our hearts.  In this Ordinary Time, continue to live and grow in your faith. See you at Mass!


Travelling?  Going on vacation?  Make sure to take your faith with you and not to take a vacation from Mass!  You can find Mass times in the Archdiocese of Milwaukee here and Mass times anywhere else by clicking here

Prayers for Ordinary Time - From Creighton University

Keeping Ordinary Time Extraordinary - Information and fun ideas for an extraordinary ordinary time.  From Seton Magazine. 

Summer Vacation Prayer

Sunday Connection - Activities and reflections for all ages based on the Sunday readings.