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Evangelization and Formation2019-09-30T13:54:36-05:00

Evangelization and Formation Commission

The Evangelization and Formation Commission coordinates the adult, youth, child and special education ministries of Catholic faith formation in the areas of catechesis, education, sacramental preparation and human enrichment.

Contact

Pastoral Associate Tim Kasza, tkasza@stjerome.org (262) 569-3020 x1405

 

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American Heritage Girls

American Heritage Girls is a non-profit organization dedicated to the mission of building women of integrity through service to God, family, community and country. St. Jerome Parish is blessed to have its own American Heritage Girls troop which is open to all girls of the parish ages 5-18. The organization offers badge programs, service projects, girl leadership opportunities, and outdoor experiences. The group embraces Christian values and encourages family involvement.

To learn more about AHG Troop 0214, click below:

AHG Troop 0214

Contact:
For questions or more information – Troop0214@gmail.com
OR American Heritage Girls website

Bible Studies

TUESDAYS | 8:45-10:00 AM
Facilitated by Peggy Lanser

“The Bible and the Virgin Mary: Journey through Scripture”: Come and grow in your knowledge of the scriptures in this dynamic 12-session video and discussion series that explains the Catholic truths about Our Lady, showing how she has been a part of God’s plan to bring salvation to the world since the beginning of time. In addition to explanation of dogmas, answers to common objections, and demonstration of Mary’s presence in the Old and New Testaments, this study discusses Church-approved Marian apparitions that play an important role in the Catholic tradition. Tuesdays, September 17 – December 3, 2019

THURSDAYS | 7:00-8:30 PM
Facilitated by Joanne Burnett

“The Eucharist in Scripture” presented by Dr. Scott Hahn: Discover God’s plan as it is expressed through the Bible and the Mass. This 6-lesson study will unlock the meaning of covenant, sacrifice, and sacrament as understood in the Bible, from Genesis to Revelation. Built around three of Dr. Hahn’s foundational talks: “The Lamb’s Supper,” “The Fourth Cup,” and “Consuming the Word,” he examines the biblical foundations of the Eucharist and explores the Church’s liturgy as the original context for the books of the Bible. Thursdays, October 1-November 3, 2019

FRIDAYS | 9:00-10:30 AM
Facilitated by Dr. Krishna Smith

“Revelation: The Kingdom Yet to Come” presented by Jeff Cavins: This study is an intriguing look at one of the most talked-about books in Scripture and explores Revelation to demonstrate how the Kingdom established by Christ in His Church is intimately connected with the Kingdom of Heaven, especially through the celebration of the Mass. Learn what all the mysterious figures and images of Revelation represent, as well as what will happen during the Second Coming of Christ, what has already happened, and what is happening now in Salvation History. Fridays, September 13-November 22, 2019

Contact:
Parish Office, 262-569-3020

Marriage Ministry

All couples are invited to take some time for each other! Enjoy a night out with no cost. Meet and mingle with other married or engaged couples from our parish. Enrich and transform your marriage or engagement. Join us for a fun date night exploring the mystery and meaning of the Sacrament of Marriage.

At this time the Marriage Ministry is inactive. To volunteer for this ministry please contact the Parish Office.

Contact:
Parish Office, 262-569-3020

Men’s Ministry

The St. Jerome Men’s Ministry gathers most Friday mornings, September through May, in Marian Hall for a hot breakfast, bottomless coffee, and good fellowship. Friday Mornings: 5:45 a.m.-Breakfast; 6:05 a.m.-Presentation; 7:00 a.m.-Conclusion. Men of all ages are invited to attend any or all of the sessions. Advance registration preferred to plan for food, but not required. The current topic is “That Man Is You 4”. Please check the bulletin for specific dates.

Contact:
Bob Nussbaum, 262-354-8133

Knights of Columbus

The Knights of Columbus is the world’s largest Catholic fraternal service organization. Members of Oconomowoc Council #2478 are dedicated to providing charitable services, promoting Catholic education, and actively defending Catholicism and participating in pro-life activities. NEW MEMBERS ARE ALWAYS WELCOME.

Contact:
Larry Clark, 262-370-6224

Primetime Adult Gatherings

Adults “in their prime” are invited to gather for continental breakfast, fellowship and conversation surrounding a timely topic select Wednesdays after 8:00 AM Mass in the Parish Conference Room.

2019-20 Primetime Dates: October 2, December 4, February 5

Trail Life USA

Trail Life USA is a Christ-centered organization for boys in grades K-12 dedicated to the mission of guiding generations of courageous young men to honor God, lead with integrity, serve others, and experience outdoor adventures. TLUSA is the premier national character development organization for young men which produces godly and responsible husbands, fathers, and citizens. It provides a scout-type experience where boys can earn badges and awards that complement our Catholic and family values. Trail Life USA offers your son the opportunity to learn more about rock climbing, robotics, model rocketry, archery, kayaking, and so much more!

Contact:
For questions or more information – tlusatroopwi0333@gmail.com
OR Trail Life USA website

Vocations

Our Vocations Committee works to promote vocations to religious life through prayer, especially before the Blessed Sacrament, and distribution of materials at parish events.

Contact:
Patricia Matlock, 262-894-0305

VOCATIONS

PRAY FOR VOCATIONS

Women’s Ministry

The Well-Read Mom

The Well-Read Mom is more than a book club for women. It is a way to accompany one another in reading the classics, Great Books and timeless spiritual works. Join us the third Wednesday of every month, September through May, at 7:00 PM in the Parish Conference Room. Contact Sophia Von Rueden, msophiavr@gmail.com, for more information and to obtain the book list.

SoulCore

SoulCore is a movement that pairs core strengthening, stretching and functional movement with the prayers of the rosary. It is a sensory experience combining candlelight, music, scripture and movement to nourish body, mind and soul, and encourage deeper reflection on the virtues of the rosary. We welcome all fitness levels. (Please wear comfortable exercise clothing and bring an exercise mat.)
 
We will begin this new ministry in September by offering two times for you to choose:
  • First and Third Thursdays at 6:00 AM in the Youth Room OR
  • Second and Fourth Mondays at 6:30 PM in the Youth Room
To learn more about SoulCore, watch these videos!
SoulCore: A True Catholic Workout (Fr. Vincent Druding): https://vimeo.com/150494888
SoulCore General Information Promo Video: https://vimeo.com/131442791
SoulCore Sorrowful Mysteries Promo Video: https://vimeo.com/131442790
For more information and to join, contact Sophia Von Rueden, msophiavr@gmail.com

WINGS

WINGS (Women IN God’s Spirit) is a faith enrichment group for women of all ages. Our mission is to build a strong Catholic women’s community at St. Jerome Parish that fosters interaction and provides opportunities to deepen our faith, enhance our spirituality, and grow in our relationship with God.

Contact:
Jane Kearney, 414-690-8410

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Mass Times

Saturday 4:30 PM
Sunday 8:00 AM, 10:30 AM, & 3:00 PM (Spanish)
Daily Mass (Mon-Sat) 8:00 AM

Devotions

Chaplet of Divine Mercy
Monday-Friday, 3:00 PM
Mother of Perpetual Help
Tuesday after 8:00 AM Mass
Rosary
Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays after 8:00 AM Mass

Reconciliation

Saturdays, 2:30 – 3:30 PM
and by appointment

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