Mass Times

As of July 4, All Sunday Masses will be first-come, first seated. We still have to maintain 25% capacity, the overflow will be directed to the hall where Mass will be streamed and communion brought down.


Perpetual Adoration

We have 24-hour 7 days a week Perpetual Adoration.  Please enter via the south doors of the Church.

"Could you not watch one hour with me?" (Matthew 26:40)

We can now resume our normal weekday schedule at 25% capacity.

Our weekend Mass schedule will be as follows:

4:30 p.m. Saturday

8:00 a.m., 9:30 a.m., and 11:00 a.m. Sunday

Our weekday Mass schedule will be as follows:

Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday 8:00 a.m.

Tuesday and Thursday 7:30 a.m.

Office Hours (414) 321-1965

Monday-Thursday: 8 a.m.-5 p.m.

Friday: 8 a.m.-12 p.m.

After Hours by Appointment Only

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Stewardship Message

Fifteenth Sunday in
Ordinary Time
July 11/12, 2020
In today’s Gospel from Matthew, our Lord shares the Parable of the Sower, who scatters seed on many different kinds of land. This is a wonderful analogy for the stewardship way of life, demonstrating the slow and steady, yet powerful effect this lifestyle will have on those who fully embrace it.
In this parable, some of the seeds land on a path where birds carry them off before they can take root. Other seeds land on rocky ground with little soil. As soon as things begin to heat up, they get scorched and die. Then there are seeds that land on soil cluttered with thorns that choke the seeds just as they are beginning to grow strong.
Finally, there are seeds that land on deep and healthy soil. These seeds produce abundant fruit.
This is where the stewardship way of life comes in. When we give the best of our time, talent, and treasure to serve God and others, we create lives filled with that rare “good soil” needed for the Kingdom of God to thrive.
How does this happen? Stewardship living removes the “rocks” of mistrust from our lives as we develop an unshakable faith that God will always provide for our needs. It clears away the “thorns” of worldly ambition that make us self-centered, fill us with needless anxiety, and stifle our focus on God. Stewardship living requires a deep reliance on the Word of God and the sacraments, which continuously nourish and fertilize the soil of our lives.
Let us deepen our commitment to this way of life, allowing the Sower to do His work in us, slowly and steadily. The Master Gardner will surely produce miraculous fruits through us.


St. John the Evangelist is a Roman Catholic Eucharistic community faithful to the values and traditions of the Church.  We strive to live our faith every day, to embrace stewardship, and to be nurtured by continuous Christian Formation.