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From Archbishop Listecki - "Sunday: A Joyful Obligation"

In this new video, Archbishop Listecki reflects on the expiration of the dispensation from the obligation to attend Sunday Mass, which ends on September 14, 2020.

 

 

See you at Mass! video.  

See You at Mass is an invitation from the Archdiocese of Milwaukee to return to Mass in person. This video compilation is the first of 11 personal testimonies and interviews on the joys and necessities of attending Mass. See you at Mass!

See You at Mass: Fr. Javier Bustos (November 12, 2020) - "We become one family, sons and daughters of the same God, when we share one bread — and hopefully soon, one cup." Fr. Javier Bustos (Our Lady Queen of Peace, Milwaukee) shares with us his personal testimony on the joys and necessities of attending Mass. “See You at Mass” is an invitation from the Archdiocese of Milwaukee to return to Mass. #seeyouatMass

See You at Mass: Fr. Aaron Laskiewicz (November 5, 2020) - "The most important thing we'll ever do in life is attend Mass." Fr. Aaron Laskiewicz (St. Dominic Catholic Parish, Brookfield) shares with us his personal testimony on the joys and necessities of attending Mass. “See You at Mass” is an invitation from the Archdiocese of Milwaukee to return to Mass.  #seeyouatMass

See You at Mass: Fr. Ricardo Martín (October 29, 2020) - "We receive the Real Presence of Christ so that we can become the Real Presence of Christ for others." Fr. Ricardo Martín (Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Racine) shares with us his personal testimony on the joys and necessities of attending Mass.  #seeyouatMass

See You at Mass: Mary Tretow (October 22, 2020) - "Each week, we are given 168 hours. To go to Mass on Sunday is one hour — just one hour. It is a gift that I give myself each week." Mary Tretow (St. Mary's Visitation, Elm Grove, and principal at St. Mary's Visitation School) shares with us her personal testimony on the joys and necessities of attending Mass.  #seeyouatMass

See You at Mass: Henry and Peggy Bowles (October 15, 2020) "The importance of Sunday Mass — it's really the beginning of our week, and we want to start it the proper way — where we give Jesus what He deserves, give Him our all." Henry and Peggy Bowles (St. Martin de Porres - Milwaukee) share with us their personal testimonies on the joys and necessities of attending Mass. See You at Mass is an invitation from the Archdiocese of Milwaukee to return to Mass.  #seeyouatMass

See You at Mass: Mary and Bruce Words (October 1, 2020) - "When I miss Mass, I don't feel right. I really need to be there to worship God—and, there is no better place to do that than to be at Mass." Mary and Bruce Words (St. Martin de Porres, Milwaukee) share with us their personal testimony on the joys and necessities of attending Mass. See You at Mass is an invitation from the Archdiocese of Milwaukee to return to Mass and is a part of a video series. #seeyouatMass

See You at Mass: Fr. John Baumgardner (September 24, 2020) - “In just one hour, every Sunday for Mass, amazing things happen, and it can really transform the rest of your week.”  Fr. John Baumgardner (Old St. Mary, Milwaukee) shares with us his personal testimony on the joys and necessities of attending Mass. See You at Mass is an invitation from the Archdiocese of Milwaukee to return to Mass and is a part of a video series

Archdiocese of Milwaukee – See You at Mass (Olivia O’Keefe, September 17, 2020)  - "As a family, going to Mass is the source of our strength." Parishioner Olivia O’Keefe (Holy Name of Jesus, Sheboygan) shares with us her personal testimony on the joys and necessities of attending Mass. See You at Mass is an invitation from the Archdiocese of Milwaukee to return to Mass and is a part of a video series. See You at Mass!