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Matrimony / Marriage Prep

Anointing of the Sick

Becoming Catholic

 

 

Baptisms are celebrated on the second weekend of every month at our weekend liturgies.  For more information, click here, or call the Parish Office, 414-543-8292.

First Eucharist is normally celebrated in 2nd grade, and done in conjunction with First Reconciliation.  Students are prepared for First Reconciliation before making their First Communion.  For more information, click here, or call the Parish Office, 414-543-8292.

First Reconciliation is normally celebrated in 2nd grade, and done in conjunction with First Eucharist.  Students are prepared for First Reconciliation before making their First Communion.  For more information, click here, or call the Parish Office, 414-543-8292.

Youth Confirmation is normally celebrated Junior year of high school, or for those high school students who are 16 years of age and older.  Confirmation is celebrated in the Spring.

Adult Confirmation  is celebrated in the Spring at the Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist. 

Reconciliation:  The Sacrament of Reconciliation is available from 3pm-3:30pm on Saturdays in Church, or by appointment.  To make an appointment, please call the Parish Office, 414-543-8292.

Anointing of the Sick takes place on the second and fourth Wednesday of each month  at the 8:15 a.m. Mass.  If you or someone you know would like to be anointed, but are unable to come to church, please contact the Parish Office, 414-543-8292.

Matrimony: To make the necessary arrangements for your wedding, please contact Cindy Bremeier, Wedding Coordinator, at the Parish Office. For additional information about Wedding Planning at St. Greg's, please click here.

Becoming Catholic (RCIA-Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults):

Click here to fill out our interest form, and our Director of Evangelization will contact you with more information.  We're glad you're here!

Adults who are seeking initiation into the Catholic Church are prepared through a process called the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA). This process is intended for: 

  • any adult not yet baptized who wishes to become Catholic

  • any adult baptized in another Christian church who wishes to become Catholic

  • any adult baptized in the Catholic Church, but not raised in the faith, who wishes to complete Initiation (Confirmation, First Eucharist) 

Preparation for children and youth ages seven through eighteen is designed for each individual, with group and family experiences. Initiation for these children and youth follows the principles of the adult initiation process rather than those for infant baptism.