Ministry Resources to Help During COVID-19 Coronavirus
Publication from Liturgical Press for home use during Holy Week:
You can also follow the Archdiocese Courageous Communion link provided below:
Daily and weekend Mass resources:
This is what I put on our website and facebook page:
Two Sunday Masses at the Cathedral will still be celebrated but without an assembly. The 9 a.m. Mass is available on Radio 920 AM, WOLF, and the 11 a.m. Mass is live-streamed on the Cathedral website: Cathedral Mass Link. Other TV Masses are available on WVTV, My24 at 7 a.m. and 9 a.m., and on WITI Fox 6, at 5:30 a.m. Daily Mass is aired on EWTN at 7 am, 11 am and 6 pm. EWTN Daily Mass Link
Ascension.com will live stream Mass celebrated with Fr. Mike Schmitz at 9 am on Sunday morning. Sunday Mass on Ascension.com
To the Faithful of the Archdiocese of Milwaukee,
You are invited to join us for Holy Week and Easter Mass by viewing the Masses online or on TV. Archbishop Jerome E. Listecki will preside at Masses from Palm Sunday through Easter Sunday at the Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist. Holy Week Masses will be broadcasted on Channels 18 and 24 (CW18/MY24) and Easter Mass will be broadcasted on Channel 12 (WISN-TV). An additional Easter Sunday Mass in Spanish will be broadcasted on Channels 18 and 24.
The schedule is as follows.
• Thursday, April 9: Evening Mass of the Lord’s Supper LIVE at 7 p.m.
• Friday, April 10: Good Friday of the Lord’s Passion LIVE at Noon
• Sunday, April 12: Easter Sunday LIVE in Spanish at 1 p.m. (Archbishop Listecki and Bishop James Schuerman presiding)
• Sunday, April 12: Easter Sunday LIVE at 11 am.
All of the Masses will also be available online. Streaming will be live and links to the Masses can be found on www.archmil.org/Find-a-Mass.
Believe it or not, Holy Week is just around the corner! Although this year’s entrance into our Lord’s passion is more unique than ever, our situation invites us to ask, “Lord, how do we respond in the midst of our current realities?” The Lord is asking for generous hearts from His flock once again.
One way our St. John Paul II Office has responded is by offering an at-home resource for Holy Week. This 43 page guide includes Catholic rituals and practical suggestions for you, your families, and those you serve. Between communal prayers, reflections, hymns, and even movie options, this guide should aid you and your people to dive deep into this most holy of weeks. You can download the at-home guide below:
Please feel free to share this resource with whomever you wish. The more people that get it into their hands, the better.