At Christmas, we distributed copies of Pope Francis’ The Joy of the Gospel. We invite you to join a Lenten Discussion Group to reflect on and discuss the pope’s teachings. Groups will meet 5 weeks,... Continue reading »
Because of the snow, St. Sebastian school and parish offices are closed, along with St. Coletta and PAL. If you live nearby, consider helping us shovel out after you’ve done your own walks!
Sunday February 10, 4:00 to 5:45 p.m. (wrapping up in time to get to 6:00 Mass!). All parishioners are invited to a special soup supper to welcome anyone who has joined the parish in... Continue reading »
How do you plan your budget each year? Generally, you start with the income and expenses of the prior year and then think about what might be different. The Parish plans the same way.... Continue reading »
The 10th Winter Farmers Market and Meal is one of St. Sebastian Parish’s biggest public events – with plenty of volunteer opportunities for middle-schoolers through adults. See the list of volunteer opportunities below – or... Continue reading »
Sebs parishioner Mary N. Volcensek passed away on January 21st. Her visitation and funeral mass will be held at St. Sebastian, Friday, February 8. The Visitation is from 10am-Noon and the Funeral is at... Continue reading »
James Kanter passed away on January 11th. His Visitation & Funeral Mass will be held at St. Sebastian, Tuesday, January 22nd. The Visitation is from 11am-1pm and the Funeral is at 1pm. We ask... Continue reading »
All are welcome for tours, information and treats! The most recent Wisconsin School report cards rank St. Sebastian as #12 out of more than 400 schools in Milwaukee County. Prospective families, come and see what... Continue reading »
Each month, we are sharing a picture of a religious icon in the Gathering Space. This month’s icon is about Baptism. Click here to read about the signs and symbols of this beautiful picture.
We are starting a Young Adult Group for those ages 18-35 (-ish). The goal is to create a community for young adults to come together, forge relationships and stay connected to the Church. How... Continue reading »