Welcome to Saint Sebastian Catholic Church
Proclaim Christ and grow believers through the sacramental life of the church as an inclusive and responsive Catholic community.
You’re invited to Mass
- On site at St. Sebastian 8 am, 10:30 am, and 6 pm, and 9 a.m. at St. Catherine. Follow these guidelines.
- Live streamed and recorded on Facebook
- St. Sebastian – Monday Mass at 8:30 am is onsite and open to all, and Wednesday Mass at 8:30 am is open for the School only.
- St. Catherine – Onsite Mass on Tuesdays and Fridays at 8:30 am.
Daily Reading – review the daily Mass readings.
First time here?
St. Sebastian offers a welcoming presence to all! Be sure to check out all the ways to get involved – or ways we can serve you. Questions? Call (414) 453-1061 or email email@example.com.
- Virtual Tour of Holy Week - The Faith Formation Team is offering a Virtual Tour of Holy Week on Sunday, March 28, at 2 p.m. This will be a tour of Palm Sunday, Holy Thursday and Good Friday as we prepare for Easter. All are welcome to join us for our session. We ask that each individual or family to prepare Read More »
- Sunday, March 7 - “Do you not know that you are the temple of God, and that the Spirit of God dwells in you? The temple of God is holy, and you are that temple” (1 Cor. 3:16–17). This is not abstract theology, but practical discipleship, with real life consequences! We rebuild the “temple” of our hearts and minds Read More »
- Construction Notice: Church Tuckpointing Project - St. Sebastian is having tuckpointing and repairs completed on the bell tower and north wall of the church to mitigate water infiltration. The contractor will begin installing scaffolding on the bell tower Wednesday, March 3, with work continuing on the bell tower through the end of June, weather permitting. Once the bell tower work is Read More »
- Sunday Homily: Drawing Closer to Jesus Transforms Us - Fr. Peter Patrick’s Homily for Sunday, February 28, 2021: In our profession of faith, we say Jesus is true Man and true God. Last Sunday, we heard in the Gospel, that he was tempted by the devil for forty days. In today’s Gospel, his divinity is shown through transfiguration. Today we need to ask ourselves, Read More »
- Sunday, February 28 - Lent is a time to reform our lives by moving closer to our Lord through listening and giving witness to God’s incarnate Word. Our Lord’s transfiguration strengthens us in our quest for union with God. Today we ask ourselves: in which area of our lives do we need to be transformed? On this Second Sunday Read More »
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Preparing for Sunday Mass
Each week staff prepares offering of resources for Mass, reflections to prepare for Sunday scripture, and other activities for all ages. Click here.