National Eucharistic Revival
The United States Bishops, under the leadership of Bishop Andrew Cozzens, have put forth a three-year plan to revive our understanding of and devotion to the Most Holy Eucharist! The Eucharist is the “source and summit” of our faith. It is the saving Sacrifice of Christ our Lord, made present to us in the celebration of the Holy Mass, and communicated most intimately through the devout reception of Holy Communion.
Learn more at Archdiocese of Milwaukee Eucharistic Revival
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FORMED.org and The Chosen
FORMED provides Catholic content from more than 75 organizations to help Catholics explore their faith from anywhere. They have collections that include programs (like the entire series of Bishop Robert Barron's "Catholicism"), Catholic movies (stories of saints), videos for children (such as Brother Francis animated videos), audio (CD's of talks from Lighthouse Catholic Media), and even books to read (writings of the Pope) available direct to our browser, mobile or connected device. The parish pays the subscriptioin fees so all of us as parishioners can watch for free. All you need to do is sign up under St. Peter. Go to www.formed.org.
The Chosen is a television show about the Life of Christ, and it is being praised for its accurate and engaging storytelling. The Chosen is free to watch online at thechosen.tv or The Chosen app on your phone. Click here for more information about the program.
Redemptorist Retreat Center
The Redemptorist Retreat Center, near Oconomowoc, is less than 45 minutes away. It is located on a gorgeous and quiet lake with excellent facilities. You will think you are in Northern Wisconsin! Visit their website site for upcoming Weekend Retreats for Men and Weekend Retreats for Women.
A place to encounter Jesus and learn how to live, know, and share our Catholic faith. This opportunity is offered by the Archdiocese of Milwaukee’s Office of Evangelization & Catechesis, and is funded by the Catholic Stewardship Appeal. GalileeU Sessions are free of charge, with the exception of longer GalileeU Retreat Experiences. GalileeU sessions are offered through three main "tracks" of deeper formation: Living our Faith, Knowing our Faith, and Sharing our Faith. Learn more by visiting the GalileeU webpage.