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The topic of hygiene and drinking from the common cup has been the subject of religious debate and scientific [ ... ]
The topic of hygiene and drinking from the common cup has been the subject of religious debate and scientific investigation for the past one hundred years. To date, the transmission of a dis- ease has never been traced to the shared communion cup among any religious denomination that has this practice. A recent CDC study of a significant sampling of daily Mass attendees has shown that they are no more likely to contract a cold or the flu than the population as a whole.
Although it is not possible to state that infection will never take place through the practice of sharing the cup at communion, most scientists agree that it is highly unlikely. It is wise, however, for individuals to be aware of the condition of their general health and to judge whether even the slightest risk might put them in danger.
As an act of charity towards other members of the communi- ty, individuals with colds, cold sores or any illness that might be contagious should receive the body and blood of Christ under the form of bread alone and refrain from shaking hands with fellow parishioners during these time of illness.
ENCOUNTER LENT Join the Christ King Parish community—and nearly 14,000 Catholic communities across the Un [ ... ]
Join the Christ King Parish community—and nearly 14,000 Catholic communities across the United States—in a life-changing Lenten journey of encounter with CRS Rice Bowl. Pick up your family’s CRS Rice Bowl after the masses for February 17/18. During the 40 days of Lent, as companions on the journey, we will encounter our neighbor. You are encouraged to go to crs.org and/or put the CRS App on your phone and read the daily Lenten reflections, listen and pray the Stations of the Cross, watch inspirational videos, and much more. Watch for more information as we journey through Lent together.
Want to be part of the auction fun? We need several people to help the night of the auction. There are 2 shifts: 5:00 &n [ ... ]
Want to be part of the auction fun? We need several people to help the night of the auction. There are 2 shifts: 5:00 – 7:45 and 9:00 – 11:30pm. Please consider giving of your time to make this event run smoothly.
February 24, 2018 – Christ King North Hall
Please contact us if you are available: Shelley 414-258-2604 x 23 or EMAIL. Thank you!
It is time to register your 5th – 8th grade girls to participate on Christ King’s Softball team fo [ ... ]
It is time to register your 5th – 8th grade girls to participate on Christ King’s Softball team for the upcoming season! Click HERE to sign up and complete registration now. Deadline is March 23. You might also need to download, have completed, signed and turn in the Archdiocese Physical Examination Form no later than the first practice. Note that physical examinations are required every two years.
Stations of the Cross During Lent Friday, February 16 at 6:00 p.m. at Saint Bernard Friday, February 23 at 6:00 [ ... ]
Stations of the Cross During Lent
- Friday, February 16 at 6:00 p.m. at Saint Bernard
- Friday, February 23 at 6:00 p.m. at Saint Bernard
- Friday, March 2 at 6:00 p.m. at Saint Bernard. Children’s Stations of the Cross
- Friday, March 9 at 6:00 p.m. at Saint Bernard
- Friday, March 16 at 6:00 p.m. at Saint Bernard
- Thursday, March 22 at 6:00 p.m. at Christ King. “Mary’s Way of the Cross”
First Sunday of Lent. February 18 from 9:15-10:15 a.m. at Christ King Dr. Daniel Scholz (Cardinal Stritch Univer [ ... ]
First Sunday of Lent. February 18 from 9:15-10:15 a.m. at Christ King
- Dr. Daniel Scholz (Cardinal Stritch University) Prophets in ancient Israel: God’s Agents for Social Change
Second Sunday of Lent. February 25 from 9:15-10:15 a.m. at Christ King
- Steve Blaha (Marquette University) Hope for the Beloved Community: An Ignatian Approach to Racial Reconciliation. Lent offers us an opportunity to reflect upon our walk with the Lord Jesus and his invitation to give witness to the kingdom. We regularly experience brokenness in our communities due to racism/racial advantage. Ignatian (Jesuit) spirituality offers practical ways to live in God's love and thereby bring racial healing to our homes, neighborhoods, and cities.
Third Sunday of Lent. March 4 from 9:15-10:15 a.m. at Christ King
- Mr. Al McCauley (Pius XI Catholic High School) Living the Little Way. Her life was brief and seemingly obscure, yet St. Therese of Lisieux is venerated around the world today as one of the most beloved of all Catholic saints. This great devotion likely stems from her accessible spiritual path to holiness known as "The Little Way." Lent is an ideal time to reflect on this simple model of living justly, and to heed the timeless wisdom of this humble Doctor of the Church.
Fourth Sunday of Lent. March 11 from 9:15-10:15 at Christ King
- Mr. Daniel Williams (Saint Francis de Sales Seminary) The Common Good and Communion.
Fifth Sunday of Lent. March 18 from 9:15-10:15 at Christ King
- Rev. Marty Pable, OFM Cap. Blessed Solanus Casey: Disciple to the Troubled. Fr. Solanus Casey, declared “Blessed” by Pope Francis in November, 2017, is from Milwaukee and studied at Saint Francis Minor Seminary before joining the Capuchin Order. Blessed Solanus had a special gift of healing and compassion to those in troubled situations. Fr. Marty Pable, a roommate of Blessed Solanus, will share his life and spirituality as a model of social action for us as disciples today.
Vespers at Christ King Wednesday, February 21 at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, February 28 at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, Marc [ ... ]
Vespers at Christ King
- Wednesday, February 21 at 5:30 p.m.
- Wednesday, February 28 at 5:30 p.m.
- Wednesday, March 7 at 5:30 p.m.
- Wednesday, March 14 at 5:30 p.m.
- Wednesday, March 21 at 5:30 p.m.
Wine Pull One of the features of the evening is a fun Wine Pull, which is essentially a “wine ra [ ... ]Wine PullOne of the features of the evening is a fun Wine Pull, which is essentially a “wine raffle”. We are looking for 95 bottles of good wine, valued at $15 or more, and 5 bottles of really good wine. Guests at the Auction will pay $20, draw a cork from a basket, and that will determine which bottle they get. If you are willing to donate a bottle, or several bottles, you will receive a receipt for your tax deduction. Wine may be dropped off at the rectory or at our home (9404 Beverly Pl, Tosa) any time before February 4. If you have any questions, send me an EMAIL.Thank you for considering!Ann & Dan Baker
Watch for your Auction InviteInvites will be arriving in the school wireless folders, at Faith Formation classes and at both entrances to Church beginning January 20/21!
We have a new on-line bidding company this year, BidPal! Registering, purchasing tickets and/or donating to the 2018 Christ King Auction has never been so easy!
Below you will find the step-by-step instructions to get registered AND to RSVP for the Auction.
Registration is open and seating IS limited so RSVP today!
- Login to https://one.bidpal.net/ckauction
- Click on “Sign In” in the upper right hand corner.
- If you do not have a BidPal login, create one now using an email, facebook, etc. Please enter all information requested.
- Login in to the BidPal system.
- If you wish to make a general Auction donation, select “Make a Donation” on the left side of the page.
- If you would like to purchase tickets, select “Purchase Tickets” on the left side of the page.
- Enter the number of tickets you would like to purchase, click “Next".
- If there are others you would like to sit with, enter their names under "Seating Preference", click “Next".
- Enter your method of payment and billing information, click “Next".
- Confirm your purchase. You will be emailed a receipt.
Return to the BidPal site for up to date auction information - https://one.bidpal.net/ckauction
Thanks to your generous stewardship, the Christ King Human Concerns Committee is able to provide funds to worthy organiz [ ... ]
Join us for the 12th annual Men of Christ Conference. Saturday, March 10th at the Miller Highlife Theater (formerly the [ ... ]
Join us for the 12th annual Men of Christ Conference. Saturday, March 10th at the Miller Highlife Theater (formerly the Milwaukee Theater) downtown Milwaukee. Last year we had 52 men from Christ King attend & this year we’re shooting for 100! It’s a day of Mass, great speakers and prayer. Contact Pat Masterson for tickets or more information, EMAIL or 414-732-3361
Next Mass with Class:-St. Pius X February 11th - 6 PM Mass Fr. Alex Rodriquez Candidate & Sponsor Night for Juniors [ ... ]Next Mass with Class:-St. Pius X
February 11th - 6 PM Mass Fr. Alex Rodriquez Candidate & Sponsor Night for JuniorsClass 7 – 8:30 PM
Freshmen and Sophomores small groups this night!Please Pray for our Confirmation Candidates as they continue their preparation by attending a Confirmation Retreat.
February 16-18Tosa Trio Summer Outreach: Next meeting is February 18that 4:30 PM St. Pius X Cafeteria.
Trip is June 10 – 15th toMishawaka IN.
Catholic Heart Work Camp. Scholarship money available.We are called to be Jesus’ Disciples!Questions Call Barb Abler 414-322-0298 or email@example.com
The Mom's plaugroup will be taking the month of february off. They will start back up on Friday, March 2.
TRIVIA NIGHT: Saturday Evening April 21, 2018. Test your Knowledge with a Bevy of Brainteasers WHERE: Chr [ ... ]
- TRIVIA NIGHT: Saturday Evening April 21, 2018. Test your Knowledge with a Bevy of Brainteasers
- WHERE: Christ King Parish - North Hall
- WHY: Join your Parish Collaborative Friends for a fun filled evening.
- HOW: Only $10 per person - Tables of 8
Mark your calendar - See you there - Details to come Parish Collaborative Committee
Aluminium Pull Tabs Collection! An On-Going Outreach! Little things mean a lot… Saving pull ta [ ... ]
Aluminium Pull Tabs Collection! An On-Going Outreach!
Little things mean a lot… Saving pull tabs is easy! They’re compact with a high concentration of recyclable aluminum. Since 2000, recycling little aluminum tabs from the tops of cans have generated nearly $270,000 for the Wauwatosa’s Ronald McDonald House. Revenue from recycling these little bits of aluminum helps provide a “home away from home” for families whose seriously ill children are undergoing medical treatment in the Milwaukee area.
Here’s how you can help…
Collect pull tabs from aluminium cans, such as from cans of soda, all year round. When you have a bunch, bring them to the Christ King Rectory or School Office whenever you want. Spread the word to your family, friends, classmates and co-workers and bring theirs in as well!
To learn more aboat the Ronald McDonald House please go to rmhcmilwaukee.org
It’s an easy and simple way to support the Ronald McDonald House and help these families, especially during a very difficult time for them and their child!
We currently have several open positions on our Athletic Committee: Track Coordinator/Coach Golf Open Coordinato [ ... ]
The Martha and Mathews are a group that meet to do light cleaning and polishing in the Church once a mont [ ... ]The Martha and Mathews are a group that meet to do light cleaning and polishing in the Church once a month. The brass needs polishing, the kneeler pads need replacing, mopping of certain areas and making sure the pews are clean and respectable are just some of the duties.Do you have an hour or two to help keep our church looking so beautiful? Maybe you would want to form a small group and work together.The parishioners that have been doing this are in their 80’s and 90’s. They could use some help! If you can find the time please give Adam Hartung a call and he can give you the details 262-252-8073.
Several years ago I asked the parish to commit to a multi-year project to include connected WIFI coverage across the ent [ ... ]
Several years ago I asked the parish to commit to a multi-year project to include connected WIFI coverage across the entire campus. We have completed the last stage now in improved coverage in the parish center and the church itself. Once you save the information, you can walk from one end of the building to the other and stay connected to the same system. I encourage the healthy use of electronics, even in church, when they are used to help pray, to read the readings ahead of time, or to communicate with those who ought be with you at Mass.
If you want to use our WIFI network, connect to “GUESTS” and use the password: “ckguest06”. Thanks, as always, to your dollars in the collection basket that help us improve what we can offer as a parish.
Do you have a story or reflection (short or long) you'd like to share about how CK (or a person or an event or an ex [ ... ]
Do you have a story or reflection (short or long) you'd like to share about how CK (or a person or an event or an experience) has helped to strengthen your faith or deepen your love or increase your involvement? If so, we'd love hear about it and share it with others! Visit our Why CK webpage or email Laura Shears, Communications Coordinator.
Christ King Church is open for personal prayer every Monday through Friday 6:00am - 8:00pm. Also on Saturdays fr [ ... ]
Christ King Church is open for personal prayer every Monday through Friday 6:00am - 8:00pm.
Also on Saturdays from 9:00am to 5:30pm and Sundays from 7:30am to noon.
Stop by before or after work. Come during lunch. Bring the family after dinner.
We currently have 128 Senior Priests living throughout our archdiocese. Many of these retired priests are quite active a [ ... ]We currently have 128 Senior Priests living throughout our archdiocese. Many of these retired priests are quite active and live independently. However, they sometimes have a health episode that limits their abilities for a period of time. It is at times like this that they may need assis-tance with rides or shopping. If you would like to be put on a call list to assist our Senior Priests please contact Sharon Krueger at 414-769-3452.
All are invited to come together each Friday, for 20 to 30 minutes, to reflect on the readings for the upcoming Sunday a [ ... ]All are invited to come together each Friday, for 20 to 30 minutes, to reflect on the readings for the upcoming Sunday and to join together in prayer and faith sharing.• WHEN: Fridays: 8:35 to 9:05 am following the 8:00 am Mass• WHERE: St. Pius X office dining room (enter through the church, walk through the sanctuary and sacristy into the office area and take the second left.)All our welcome. No registration necessary. No weekly commitment, just come join us at either session, whenever possible.
Our Wellness Nurse offers a wellness clinic once a month for parishioners of St. Bernard and Christ King. She is sponsor [ ... ]
Our Wellness Nurse offers a wellness clinic once a month for parishioners of St. Bernard and Christ King. She is sponsored by St. Camillus Home Health Services and her services are complimentary to parishioners on the first Monday of the month from 8:30 to 9:30 AM in the hospitality room in the back of STB church. Through education, counseling, visits, health screenings, referrals and advocacy, the Wellness Nurse will assist parishioners in leading a healthier lifestyle. Some of the services provided include: health screenings (i.e. blood pressure checks), health edu- cation, medication management, community resource coor- dinator and health related presentations.
All students participating in athletics must have this form on file prior to practice or participation.
Archdiocesan parishes and schools are encouraged to use this Photography Consent Form to obtain permission to use a phot [ ... ]
Archdiocesan parishes and schools are encouraged to use this Photography Consent Form to obtain permission to use a photograph of an individual for use on a web or social media site or in printed materials.