Archdiocese of Milwaukee
Click on the following links for information from the Archdiocese of Milwaukee.
Do you attend Mass? Serve hot meals? Sing in the choir? Care for the elderly? Display a bumper sticker? All of the above? There are many ways to show that you are an “intentional disciple” and share the Good News of Jesus Christ. Check out our new, weekly video blog and learn how you can let everyone see your Catholic I.D. www.archmil.org/Our-Faith/Catholic-ID.htm
Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Milwaukee
Catholic Charities has Outreach Workers that cover all ten counties of the Archdiocese. Pregnancy Support Coordination, Adoption, Behavioral Health/Counseling Services, Legal Services to Immigrants, and Refugee Resettlement Services are available throughout the entire archdiocese. Contact Catholic Charities for assistance, see their website for more information
Child Abuse Prevention
Catholic Relief Services
If you desire to help address the needs of the Filipino and Vietnamese communities devastated by super Typhoon Haiyan contact Catholic Relief Services. In addition to donations, please offer special prayers to help sustain our brothers and sisters during this time of suffering.
Catholic Charities Stands Ready to Address Immediate, Emergency Community Needs
Since Hurricane Katrina, Catholic Charities USA and its network of agencies across the country has helped thousands of families recover from disasters, first as an early responder to the immediate needs and later helping people rebuild their lives. Relief and recovery services are provided at the local level by Catholic Charities agencies that provide critical services including emergency food, shelter, direct financial assistance, counseling, and support. These services are provided regardless of religion, race, creed, or socio-economic status.
To support Catholic Charities USA efforts and help restore needed hope, please call 1-800-919-9338 or visit our website at www.catholiccharitiesusa.org to donate online. This is the most expedient way to get relief to our neighbors in need.