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.
- Sunday Homily: Jesus Is Our Advocate - The beginning of today’s Gospel is the continuation of the story of the journey to Emmaus, where two of Jesus’ disciples were conversing and Jesus joined them, but they did not recognize him. Their eyes were opened at the breaking of the bread. The two disciples recounted what had taken place on the way, and how Read More »
- Racial Wealth & Income Gap - In Wisconsin, poverty, wealth and income are grossly uneven across racial lines. What accounts for the discrepancies? The St. Catherine and St. Sebastian Facing Racism group invites you to play a game, appropriate for ages 12-adult, to discover some of the historical factors. The game, courtesy of NETWORK (the nuns on the bus), will be Read More »
- Sunday, April 18 - Immediately after the crucifixion of Jesus, the disciples were afraid that what happened to him would happen to them. Peter and the other disciples went back to fishing. That did not stop Jesus from loving them. He never gave up on them despite their weaknesses. God does not give up on us; we give up Read More »
- Sunday Homily: My Lord and My God! - Today, the second Sunday of Easter, is also known as Divine Mercy Sunday. It’s called Divine Mercy Sunday because Jesus forgave His disciples for abandoning Him while He was suffering and being crucified. Because they didn’t have a good understanding of who He was, they locked themselves in a room, thinking the Romans would come Read More »
- Catholics at the Capitol & Catholic Ecology Center - Catholics at the Capitol 2021 Moves to Virtual Event. Due to the current pandemic and numerous factors affecting individuals’ ability to travel and gather, the Wisconsin Catholic Conference (WCC) is sponsoring a free virtual advocacy day on April 21 and has just opened the online registration. The day itself will feature a virtual advocacy training and Read More »
Click to view the Sunday Bulletin.
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.