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  • Mens Group - New Sring Session
    An invitation to all men: Hey guys -- it's a jungle out there! Whether we want to admit it or not, our lives as fath [ ... ]

    An invitation to all men: Hey guys -- it's a jungle out there! Whether we want to admit it or not, our lives as fathers, husbands and sons can be pretty hairy, especially if we don't have a rudder to guide our ship. You are invited to carve some time out each week to consider how to become a better man. Do it for your wife! Do it for your children! Do it for God almighty who calls us into relationship and gives us a model of the perfect father.

    Meetings will be held weekly on Thursdays at 6:00 AM in the Christ King Parish Center, January 21-April 8. Meetings will be based on the "Into the Breach" series by the Knights of Columbus. Find more information at kofc.org/en/campaigns/into-the-breach.html.

    All are welcome to just show up, but please consider EMAILING Casey Allen ahead of time to get the latest updates during COVID. An additional meeting time may also be run to accommodate more guys–please email Casey with interest.

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  • Pro-Life Mass | Noon at Christ King | January 22
    Prayer is essential in the protection of human life.  Join us in Christ King Church for a Regional Pro-Life Mass on [ ... ]

    Prayer is essential in the protection of human life.  Join us in Christ King Church for a Regional Pro-Life Mass on January 22 at noon.  The Mass will be celebrated by Bishop Haines.

    Prayer from USCCB:
     
    God of all life,
     
    Help us to appreciate the great gift that is human life formed in your image, a reflection of your holiness.
     
    Help us to recognize you in all whom you have created: children not yet born, families affected by poverty and war, people of different abilities, people from other lands, and all who are victims of hatred and racism.
     
    Help us to bear witness to the dignity of all whom you have created, regardless of stage of life, or wealth, or ability, or color, or creed, for every person is fully equal in your loving eyes.
     
    Share with us your holy knowledge that we are all your children, each bestowed with inherent dignity.
     
    May your justice reign forever!
     
    Amen. 

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  • March for Life
    In the month of January, the March for Life occurs in Washington D.C. with smaller marches around the country. The Churc [ ... ]
    In the month of January, the March for Life occurs in Washington D.C. with smaller marches around the country. The Church often takes this month to pray for and educate on the teachings of the sanctity of life. The March for Life is an annual march around the date of the anniversary of Roe v Wade, the Supreme Court decision that allowed legal abortion in the United States. The march intends to promote the beauty and dignity of every human life by uniting, educating, and mobilizing people in the public square. The march will continue in 2021 with COVID precautions.
    • Chicago January 23
    • Washington D.C. January 26–31
    In January, the Church also encourages education on issues such as abortion and end of life issues.  The USCCB provides great resources on a variety of topics (usccb.org/prolife) and our parish access to FORMED provides books, talks, and videos on a variety of issues as well. 

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  • Simply the WORD Catholic Bible Study - New Session Starts January 28
    What is Catholic Social Teaching/Catholic Social Justice? and What Should I be Doing about Catholic Social Tea [ ... ]

    What is Catholic Social Teaching/Catholic Social Justice? and What Should I be Doing about Catholic Social Teaching? 

    Simply the WORD Catholic Bible Study is offering a nine-session Scripture Study discussing the questions: What is Catholic Social Teaching/Catholic Social Justice, and What Should I be Doing about Catholic Social Teaching/Catholic Social Justice?
             
    Join the participants of Simply the WORD to explore and discuss the Biblical roots of Catholic social vision and your personal call to social ministry. No Bible study experience necessary.  Simply the WORD is open to everyone. Simply the WORD’s format includes commentary and questions on selected Scripture passages, small group discussion, and reflection talks.

    • In-person Simply the WORD meets every Thursday morning or evening, 
    • January 28 through March 25 at Christ King Parish Center.  
    • STW morning session runs from 9:15-11:00 am, evening session from 6:30-8:15 pm.  
    • (Social distancing implemented; facemasks requested)
    • OR, the study book can be provided for at-home use, but please pre-register

    To register for Simply the WORD EMAIL Cindy Schmidt or EMAIL or call (414-258-2604) Christ King Parish. Ongoing STW members do not need to register.

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  • 2021 Summer Mission Trips
    St. Teresa of Calcutta, (Mother Teresa), often taught that people didn't need to travel to Africa, South America, or [ ... ]
    St. Teresa of Calcutta, (Mother Teresa), often taught that people didn't need to travel to Africa, South America, or even Calcutta to serve others because "love begins at home." Every community has people in need, and we should start by serving there. Inspired by Mother Teresa’s devotion to Christ and service to the poor, Love Begins Here provides teens with an opportunity to encounter Christ through service, prayer, and Catholic community within our own Archdiocese:
    • Middle School (current 6-8th): June 22-25 Kewaskum, WI - $120
    • High School (current 9-12th): July 18-23 Location TBD - $150
    Register by Feb. 15! Space is limited. Financial aid is available. Chaperones needed!
     
    To register, learn more about the week, and where we’ll stay, visit: triparishfaithformation.org/mission

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  • 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.

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ATHLETICS

  • All students participating in athletics must have this form on file prior to practice or participation.

     

COMMUNITY

There are currently no announcements.

ONGOING MINISTRIES, FORMATION & DISCIPLESHIP

  • Mens Group - New Sring Session
    An invitation to all men: Hey guys -- it's a jungle out there! Whether we want to admit it or not, our lives as fath [ ... ]

    An invitation to all men: Hey guys -- it's a jungle out there! Whether we want to admit it or not, our lives as fathers, husbands and sons can be pretty hairy, especially if we don't have a rudder to guide our ship. You are invited to carve some time out each week to consider how to become a better man. Do it for your wife! Do it for your children! Do it for God almighty who calls us into relationship and gives us a model of the perfect father.

    Meetings will be held weekly on Thursdays at 6:00 AM in the Christ King Parish Center, January 21-April 8. Meetings will be based on the "Into the Breach" series by the Knights of Columbus. Find more information at kofc.org/en/campaigns/into-the-breach.html.

    All are welcome to just show up, but please consider EMAILING Casey Allen ahead of time to get the latest updates during COVID. An additional meeting time may also be run to accommodate more guys–please email Casey with interest.

    [ show less ]

  • March for Life
    In the month of January, the March for Life occurs in Washington D.C. with smaller marches around the country. The Churc [ ... ]
    In the month of January, the March for Life occurs in Washington D.C. with smaller marches around the country. The Church often takes this month to pray for and educate on the teachings of the sanctity of life. The March for Life is an annual march around the date of the anniversary of Roe v Wade, the Supreme Court decision that allowed legal abortion in the United States. The march intends to promote the beauty and dignity of every human life by uniting, educating, and mobilizing people in the public square. The march will continue in 2021 with COVID precautions.
    • Chicago January 23
    • Washington D.C. January 26–31
    In January, the Church also encourages education on issues such as abortion and end of life issues.  The USCCB provides great resources on a variety of topics (usccb.org/prolife) and our parish access to FORMED provides books, talks, and videos on a variety of issues as well. 

    [ show less ]

  • Simply the WORD Catholic Bible Study - New Session Starts January 28
    What is Catholic Social Teaching/Catholic Social Justice? and What Should I be Doing about Catholic Social Tea [ ... ]

    What is Catholic Social Teaching/Catholic Social Justice? and What Should I be Doing about Catholic Social Teaching? 

    Simply the WORD Catholic Bible Study is offering a nine-session Scripture Study discussing the questions: What is Catholic Social Teaching/Catholic Social Justice, and What Should I be Doing about Catholic Social Teaching/Catholic Social Justice?
             
    Join the participants of Simply the WORD to explore and discuss the Biblical roots of Catholic social vision and your personal call to social ministry. No Bible study experience necessary.  Simply the WORD is open to everyone. Simply the WORD’s format includes commentary and questions on selected Scripture passages, small group discussion, and reflection talks.

    • In-person Simply the WORD meets every Thursday morning or evening, 
    • January 28 through March 25 at Christ King Parish Center.  
    • STW morning session runs from 9:15-11:00 am, evening session from 6:30-8:15 pm.  
    • (Social distancing implemented; facemasks requested)
    • OR, the study book can be provided for at-home use, but please pre-register

    To register for Simply the WORD EMAIL Cindy Schmidt or EMAIL or call (414-258-2604) Christ King Parish. Ongoing STW members do not need to register.

    [ show less ]

  • 2021 Summer Mission Trips
    St. Teresa of Calcutta, (Mother Teresa), often taught that people didn't need to travel to Africa, South America, or [ ... ]
    St. Teresa of Calcutta, (Mother Teresa), often taught that people didn't need to travel to Africa, South America, or even Calcutta to serve others because "love begins at home." Every community has people in need, and we should start by serving there. Inspired by Mother Teresa’s devotion to Christ and service to the poor, Love Begins Here provides teens with an opportunity to encounter Christ through service, prayer, and Catholic community within our own Archdiocese:
    • Middle School (current 6-8th): June 22-25 Kewaskum, WI - $120
    • High School (current 9-12th): July 18-23 Location TBD - $150
    Register by Feb. 15! Space is limited. Financial aid is available. Chaperones needed!
     
    To register, learn more about the week, and where we’ll stay, visit: triparishfaithformation.org/mission

    [ show less ]