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Staying Safe At Mass

The COVID-19 pandemic continues to present challenges as our churches have been opened to the public.  Below are the expectations and precautions that might be useful for people attending Mass.
  • Attendance at ALL Masses is limited to no more than 50% of the church occupancy permit.  To maximize safety, entry to the church will be denied once that limit has been reached.  
  • All those defined by the health department as more vulnerable (60+ years of age, those with compromised immune systems, underlying health conditions, those who are especially anxious about being in a large group, etc.) are encouraged to stay home.
  • Anyone with fever or flu-like symptoms is asked to stay at home.
  • To increase safety, we have a State mandated Mask Order in place. If you do not have a mask, the parish will provide one for you.
  • Only two entrances to the church are open.  Church doors will be unlocked approximately 45-minutes before each scheduled Mass unless Reconciliation is scheduled.
  • Hand sanitizer stations are set up in the aisles to be used before the distribution of Communion.  The Precious Blood will not be distributed.
  • Social-distancing of a minimum of six feet between people not living in the same household must be followed.  Please be respectful of the space of others.
  • The Order of Worship is printed in the parish bulletin and distributed as you come into the church.  Please take the bulletin with you when you leave.
  • Please remain in your places except to use the restroom.

Weekend/Weekday Liturgies

Weekend Liturgies

St. Veronica, Saturday, 4:15pm and Sunday, 10:30am

 Nativity of the Lord Liturgy, Sunday 8:30am & 5:00pm

St. Paul Parish, Sunday 8:45am

Weekday Liturgies

Monday, Nativity of the Lord, 8:30am

Wednesday, St. Veronica, 8:30am (8:05am if school is in session)

Thursday, St. Paul, 6:30pm Eucharist Adoration & Reconciliation. Mass at 7pm

Friday, St. Paul, 8:30am


Saturday, St. Veronica, 3:15pm

Sunday, Nativity of the Lord, 4:15pm

Thursday, St. Paul 6:30pm



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Current Bulletin

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Support Catholic Needs

Please Support Our Local Catholic Needs

During the Coronavirus Crisis

Dear Friends,

We need your help!  Our neighbors, families, archdiocesan ministries and parishes need your support.  If you are able, please consider supporting these three very important local efforts:

Support Your Parish

We ask that you continue to support your parish through online giving or by mailing your contributions to the parish office.  Every contribution, no matter the size, is needed and appreciated. Go to your parish website to make a gift or you can send a check directly to the parish office.

Archbishop's Message Regarding Parish Support

Coronavirus Emergency Fund 

The Archdiocese of Milwaukee has created a Coronavirus Emergency Fund to help alleviate the financial hardship caused by the pandemic. Requests for support are being received from foodbanks, inner city ministries and religious orders.  Please help us fund these requests! 

Click Here for Support Information and to Donate Online 

Catholic Stewardship Appeal 

Help keep our vital ministries strong and continue to help us serve more than 500,000 Catholics living in southeastern Wisconsin.

Click Here for Information and to Donate Online

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If you have any questions, please contact Andy Gaertner at (414)769-3322

or email at [email protected].


Thank You for your generosity!


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Office Hours

Monday - Thursday 8am - 4pm, closed for lunch 12-1pm
Friday 8am-12pm
*closed Saturday and Sunday

What's Tillie Doing?

  • Tillie enjoying some pie at a pre-Thanksgiving celebration
  • I'm here to volunteer. Heard you had some good treats.
  • Tillie enjoying new her bed won at STAA Auction.
  • Tillie working hard on the next e-newsletter. Sign up for yours today.
  • Tillie earns "EotM" for the 19th straight time. (That's 133 dog months.)
  • Tillie believes the accessory makes the outfit.
  • The new Queen of Hearts!
  • Tillie's fleece is white as snow.
  • Tillie finds room for one more on her rocking chair.
  • Tillie knows singing only gets you so far. Gotta dance too!
  • Tillie contemplates if the paperless office is really possible.
  • Tillie likes to live on the edge!
  • Tillie knows she's groomed & gorgeous!
  • Tillie rests up for her next adventure.
  • Tillie confirms she likes books with more pictures.
  • Tillie couldn't fix the printer. It's in God's hands, now.
  • Tillie is ready for her morning break.
  • Tillie runs the Parish Office.
  • Tillie discovers the puppet collection and naturally assumes it's hers.
  • Tillie hopes this cold snap is a short one.
  • Tillie sniffed out the attempted swipe of her Christmas present.
  • Tillie couldn't wait to get out of bed and open her presents!
  • Tillie curls up and rests before her afternoon staff meeting.
  • Tillie sees you when you're sleeping. She knows when you're awake.
  • Tillie wonders just how many squirrels might be outside that window.
  • Tillie approves the final edits for this week's bulletin.
  • Tillie artfully demonstrates that going backwards is a trap.
  • Tillie doesn't seem to like the report prepared for her.
  • Tillie is deep in thought about this election. Very deep in thought.
  • Tillie admits that she's cute...and might have eaten some of your lunch.
  • Tillie contemplates her next move.




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