The Catholic life is not meant to be lived alone.

From the Holy Eucharist to the sacrament of Reconciliation, Christ wants to bless you in His Church and in His sacraments.

St. Jerome is a place where you can meet Jesus in the sacraments. These outward signs of inward grace are the heart of our parish life together. Transformation, real life change, begins with the sacraments, especially the Eucharist. You belong here, and because of Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament, our parish family is just that—a family.

Our Parish Mission

St. Jerome Parish follows the Lord Jesus in the Roman Catholic tradition. We strive to live His way under the guidance of the Holy Spirit.

Worship together is the source and summit of our discipleship. From liturgy flows our devotional prayer and our commitment to lifelong faith formation through catechesis for all age levels, including our parish elementary school.

From liturgy flows our service to the Lord in the charity we share to meet human needs and advance the cause of peace through justice in our world.


We consider it a great privilege to be a part of your child’s baptism. As the sacrament of new birth in Christ (John 3:3-5), baptism is the sacrament of salvation. We pray the process of preparation will be an opportunity for you to renew your own faith life and to get involved at St. Jerome.

For more information, contact Vicki Stout:, (262) 569-3020 x1404.

First Communion +
First Reconciliation

Our 2nd graders enter their final year of preparation for First Reconciliation (in Spring) and First Communion (after Easter) by attending weekly Sunday classes, one retreat each semester leading up to each sacrament, along with preparation at home. We begin preparation for First Reconciliation and First Communion in our Level 1 atrium, ages 3–6.

For more information, contact Vicki Stout:, (262) 569-3020 x1404.


In this four-year process, high schoolers get plugged into small groups where they can ask questions with other teens, grow in their Catholic faith, and prepare for the Sacrament of Confirmation. Through dynamic presentations, large and small group discussion, service and retreats, teens are equipped to become lifelong disciples of Christ.

For more information, contact Chris Grote, Director of Faith Formation:, (262) 569-3020 x1421


A beautiful and joyous celebration of the Sacrament of Holy Matrimony, weddings at St. Jerome Parish affirm the love and support for the new couple.

For more information, contact Cheryl Millot:, (262) 569-3020 x1401.

Holy Orders

St. Jerome rejoices with those who enter religious life, especially working with those pursuing the diaconate or priesthood of Christ. A priest “taken from among men, is ordained for men in the things that appertain to God, that he may offer up gifts and sacrifices for sins” (Heb. 5:1).

For more information, contact Fr. Jerry Herda, Temporary Administrator:, (262) 569-3020 x1403


St. Jerome is a hospital for sinners, not a museum of saints. We believe that in the sacrament of Reconciliation Jesus forgives sins (John 20:23) and reunites us to himself. We offer the Sacrament of Reconciliation every Saturday from 2:30pm-3:30pm, or by appointment.

For more information, contact Fr. Jerry Herda, Temporary Administrator:, (262) 569-3020 x1403

Anointing of the Sick

This special sacrament extends from Christ’s own healing ministry, which was handed on to his apostles (Mark 6:13). We are all broken and in need of healing—both physical and spiritual—and Christ is the Great Physician.

For a special anointing or any other questions, please contact Fr. Jerry Herda, Temporary Administrator:, (262) 569-3020 x1403

Mass Times

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


Liturgy of the Hours
Monday-Saturday, 7:20 AM
Monday-Saturday after 8:00 AM Mass
Mother of Perpetual Help
Tuesday after 8:00 AM Mass
Chaplet of Divine Mercy
Monday-Friday, 3:00 PM


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

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