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St. Kilian Parish Recorded Masses, Services, Etc.

Masses are live-streamed Sundays at 9:00am on the Parish Facebook page.  Click HERE to go to the parish Facebook page.

 

2021 Catholic Stewardship Appeal Video

 

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Masses are live-streamed on the Parish Facebook page on Sunday at 9:00am.

Many people are understandably experiencing uncertainty and anxiety due to the spread of COVID-19.  Please use these Masses and Resources freely and share with others.  A sense of community is of the utmost importance.  We must encourage each other, take care of each other, pray for each other and stay connected to our faith during this time of social distancing.

St. John and St. Kilian Parishes take all CDC recommendations and Archdiocesan requirements seriously and implements them.  Your safety and well-being is our utmost concern!  Proper physical (social) distancing is required. 
There are designated areas for people who prefer to wear masks.  These areas will be the Gathering Space and the section of pews to the right of the Baptismal Font as you enter the Worship Space at St. Kilian, (there are several pews in the front and back of the Marian altar side at St. John, Rubicon).  All other areas of the Worship Space will be mask optional.  What does that mean?  If you prefer not to wear a mask, or will wear a mask and are comfortable being in the same area with unmasked parishioners, the mask optional spaces are for you.  Disinfection of pews and surfaces occurs between Masses.

 

St.John/St. Kilian recorded Masses, Services, and Prayers

 

A Spiritual Communion — Article and Spiritual Communion Prayer

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17th Sunday in Ordinary Time, July 25, 2021. St. Kilian Parish.

16th Sunday in Ordinary Time, July 18, 2021. St. Kilian Parish.

15th Sunday in Ordinary Time, July 11, 2021. St. Kilian Parish.

14th Sunday in Ordinary Time, July 4, 2021. St. Kilian Parish.

 

6th Sunday of Easter, May 17, 2020, recorded at St. Kilian.  We welcome home our newly Ordained Priest, Fr. Justin Weber. Fr. Weber was Ordained May 16th, at the Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist in Milwaukee. Fr. Justin returns to St. Kilian, his home church, to celebrate with us this joyful Mass of Thanksgiving.  Welcome home Fr. Weber!  St. Kilian Parish.

The Archdiocese of Milwaukee Priestly Ordination Mass.  The Ordination was recorded at the Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist in Milwaukee on Saturday, May 16, 2020.  Parish son, Fr. Justin Weber was ordained at this Mass.

 

MASS OPTIONS

Live-streamed St. Kilian Masses can be seen on the parish Facebook page Sundays at 9:00am.

 

TV

FOX6 (WITI) at 5:30 am (Sunday)

MY24 (WVTV) at 7:00 am & 9:00 am (Sunday)

 

Streaming or computer

St. John/St. Kilian Masses - see above

Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist - click here

Ascension Presents - click here

Catholic Faith Network - click here for a variety of options (Pope Francis at Santa Marta Chapel, St. Patrick's Cathedral in NY, or St. Agnes Cathedral, Rockville Centre, NY)

 

SPIRITUAL OPTIONS AND RESOURCES

Ten Family Ways for Quarantine Days - Catechist Magazine

Pray As You Go - about a 15-minute reflection/meditation, new every day, presented by the Jesuits of the United Kingdom

Archdiocese of Milwaukee Resources and Inspiration

A Spiritual Communion

Daily Readings (and much more!)

An in-home celebration of The Word - you can do this in your home

The Stations of the Cross with Fr. Mark Toups

Ave Maria Press' 40 Days of Soup Recipes

Covid-19: A Prayer of Solidarity

Drawing the Greatest Good From These Times - Diocese of Lansing. Bishop Earl Boyea

How to seek Jesus amid COVID-19 - On the Feast of Corpus Christi, experience Christ present among us. - U.S. Catholic

To make sense of the new normal, look to the Christian ethical tradition.  Amid the uncertainty of a pandemic, rely on the familiar grace of a God who makes all things new. - U.S.Catholic

With parishes closed, find communion in creation.  The earth becomes our altar when Mass is suspended for the common good. - U.S. Catholic

 

There's No "Going Back to Normal" - Breaking In The Habit - After 7 months of the pandemic, we find ourselves getting a little restless and wanting things to go "back to normal." While tempting, we must resist this urge.

How should Catholics respond to the Coronavirus Pandemic? - Fr. Mike Schmitz video

 

How to Quarantine as a Catholic - Catholicism in Focus - Breaking in the Habit video

 

Why Does God Let Bad Things Happen? - Fr. Mike Schmitz