VOTIVE MASS FOR THE MERCY OF GOD | JUNE 30
In recognition of the Supreme Court decision overturning Roe v. Wade, Catholic faithful are invited to attend a Votive Mass for the Mercy of God celebrated by Archbishop Jerome Listecki at 5:30 p.m., Thursday, June 30, 2022 at St. Dominic Catholic Parish, 18255 W. Capitol Dr., Brookfield. During the Mass, we will pray for merciful remembrance before God for lives lost to abortion, and renewed efforts in support of the dignity of all human life. Please join us!
For Archbishop Listecki’s “Love One Another” letter regarding the decision, please see https://www.archmil.org/…/Archbish…/2022/JEL20220628.htm
CHILLIN’ AT CHURCH IS BACK
Join us after 8:30 a.m. Sunday Masses for snacks, beverages, and conversation. Outside, by the Tot Lot playground, weather permitting.
PRAY, AND STAY – FOLLOWING THE TUESDAY 7:00 a.m. MASS ON SUMMER TUESDAYS!
Come have coffee and bagels with Fr. Andrew during the summer every Tuesday after the 7:00am Mass! All are welcome!
FALL IN-PERSON SAFEGUARDING CLASS
AUGUST 20, 9:00 a.m. – NOON
IN REILLY HALL
Our Parish and School recognize the month of April as a time to mark our support for child abuse prevention. St. Robert will be hosting an adult safe environment education training session on August 20th from 9:00am – Noon in Reilly Hall. These trainings focus on identifying grooming behaviors, recognizing signs of abuse and neglect, and how to report concerning behavior and abuse and neglect to the proper authorities. This three-hour training is part of the safe environment certification process, and is a crucial part of training our adults to prepare them to volunteer in our Parish and School.
To register go to https://milwaukee.cmgconnect.org/ and follow the prompts to register as a new participant or log into an existing account. Once logged in, choose Live Events from the Dashboard on the left and sign up for the August 20th Class!
If you plan on volunteering on our St. Robert campus either for School or Parish life, please sign up for this training now.
Thank you in advance for your cooperation and assistance, for helping us keep our families and community safe!
If you have questions or need assistance registering please contact Debe Dannecker, St. Robert Safeguarding Coordinator at 414-332-1164 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.If you are concerned about protecting children, or offering outreach to victims or survivors, here are ten tips.
UPCOMING & ONGOING
SEPTEMBER 7 – SAVE THE DATE FOR THE 7TH ANNUAL PRETZEL RUN!
Join your fellow St. Robert school families,
parishioners, alumni, and friends for our school’s
second largest fundraiser of the year!
This year’s event will bring us back to our usual
spot – The Oak Leaf Trail in Estabrook Park on
Thursday, September 8 at 6:00 pm (note: this
falls during the 2nd week of school). The evening
will include a time-chipped 5K run, 1.5M fun
run/walk and a kids’ dash for children eight and
under, followed by a family-friendly social at the
Estabrook Beer Garden and playground. You do
NOT want to miss this one!
Registration details will follow, but please save the date!
LOVE BEGINS HERE – MIDDLE SCHOOL MISSION 2022
St. Robert and Holy Family invite all middle school students (6th-8th grade) to participate in the local mission opportunity, “Love Begins Here.” To sign up for more information, click here.
MASSES ON YOUTUBE
We are recording and posting the Liturgy of the Word, for those who were unable to attend in person, but who would like to keep up with announcements, the Homily, etc. If you are in need of a complete online Mass, the Archdiocese offers online and radio Masses via this link.