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Upcoming Events & Opportunities 

Don't be alarmed if you ended up here from a different page:
the South Shore parishes share common events! 

Washing Dishes

Project Concern
Supply Drive

Project Concern, the food and clothing pantry that serves the communities of Cudahy and St. Francis is holding a DISH SOAP drive in February.

Woman with Bible
February 19th

Adult Faith Sharing

Our next Adult Faith-Sharing gathering will be Sunday, February 19, from 12:15-1:30pm.  We meet in the Assisi Center at St. Veronica, and you are welcome to bring your lunch with you.  We are learning about the Corporal and Spiritual Works of Mercy.  Want to learn more?  Come and join us.  All are welcome!

Image by Hush Naidoo Jade Photography
February 19th

Mardi Gras Social

Nativity of the Lord invites you to celebrate Mardi Gras on Sunday, February 19th with music, appetizers, and most importantly, our RAFFLE DRAWING WINNER($1000 prize) will be announced! 


Cudahy Public Library

Suzanne E. Collins Gathering Place

3500 Library Drive, Cudahy

All are welcome! 

Kids in Church
Religious Education

Multiple Dates

Our next dates for Religious Education(held at St. Veronica) are as follows:

January 11 & 25

February 8

March 8 & 22

April 26

February 22nd

Ash Wednesday

Ash Wednesday this year falls on February 22, 2023. It is not a Holy Day of Obligation, but it is one of the most popular Masses of the year, as it marks the first day of our Lenten Season of fasting, praying, and giving. Join us!

Mass Times are as follows

7am at Immaculate Conception

8:30am at St. Veronica

Noon at St. Augustine

12:05pm Ash Service(no communion) at St. Paul

5:30pm at Sacred Heart of Jesus

7pm at Nativity of the Lord

February 20th

DIY Lenten Retreat with St. Therese

Beginning February 20 and running
for 6 weeks, participants will gather for a Virtual Session to discuss
“33 Days to Merciful Love” on
Mondays from 7-8:30 pm. Order materials as soon as possible and
read Day 1 on Feb 20. To register & receive a virtual link contact Karen Bushman at 


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