UpComing Events & Opportunities 

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Music Ministry

Looking for...

The combined music ministry team of          St. Veronica, St Paul, and Nativity of the Lord would like to extend an invitation to our music-making parishioners to consider joining the music ministry program. We have a strong tradition of vibrant music ministry, and there are various ministries which are in need of assistance.

 

Anyone with a passion for music is encouraged to consider becoming a part of this ministry. We are very excited to encourage new musicians to join us as cantors, choir members, and instrumentalists! If you are interested, please contact Del Kahlstorf: delk@stvmke.org  414-482-2920 (Ext 1130)

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December 17-19, 2021

Duc In Altum 
Silent Discernment Retreat

For discerning young men ages 18-35

Fr. John LoCoco and Fr. John Burns of the Archdiocese of Milwaukee and Fr. Mark Mleziva and Fr. Adam Bradley of the Diocese of Green Bay will lead our annual Duc in Altum retreat. This silent discernment retreat will be available for young adult men (ages 18-35) on December 17-19, 2021, at Saint Francis de Sales Seminary. In a world of great distractions, these retreats are a perfect opportunity for young men who are discerning the priesthood to enter into silence and allow God to speak to their hearts.

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Tuesday, December 28, 2021

St. Andrew Dinner

In an effort to encourage priestly vocations within the Archdiocese of Milwaukee, the Vocation Office hosts the St. Andrew Dinner at Saint Francis de Sales Seminary.  The St. Andrew Dinner gives priests an opportunity to invite young men (high school age or older) to the seminary. The young men have a chance to ask questions in a relaxed atmosphere, learn more about life as a priest and hear vocation stories.  Fr. John LoCoco, Vocation Director, will be present to interact, support and encourage the young men to follow the Lord's call.

The St. Andrew Dinner is named after St. Andrew, who in the Gospel according to John, brought his brother, Simon Peter to meet Jesus. The evening will include Mass, dinner, discussion and witness talks to the priesthood from seminarians.