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Church of the Home for Saturday, June 8

Eucharistic Pilgrimage

During his time on Earth, Christ was followed by thousands of people. Since his Resurrection, numerous Christians have made pilgrimages to sacred locations to establish a physical connection with places where the divine and the earthly intersect.

Starting on May 19, a committed group of young adults has been on a continuous journey across the country to attend the 10th National Eucharistic Congress in Indianapolis.

The Perpetual Pilgrims have been physically traveling, carrying the Eucharist through the streets, accompanied by believers. They walk openly with the Lord to enable others to have a personal encounter with Him, just as people did two millennia ago.

The Marian Route, originating from the source of the Mississippi River, will be passing through the Diocese of Green Bay next week.

Next Saturday, June 15, will be about being the hands and feet of Christ in service of the community. Perpetual Pilgrims will exercise the Corporal Works of Mercy during the day, participating in service at Paul's Pantry and at Whatsoever You Do's House of Hospitality.

How to Get Involved

Are you ready to encounter Jesus in a new way? Here are three ways you can be a part of the first-ever National Eucharistic Pilgrimage:


Accompany Jesus for a segment of the Pilgrimage or meet up with him at events held by local parishes and shrines along the routes!

Starting with Holy Hour in Wittenberg, the pilgrimage will continue by crossing Shawano Lake on Wednesday, June 12.

On Thursday, the pilgrimage will walk along the Mountain Bay Trail to St. John the Baptist and end the day with Mass and Adoration.

Next weekend, June 15 & 16, will begin with Mass and Adoration at St. Francis Cathedral, followed by Adoration at the National Shrine of St. Joseph at St. Norbert College, and culminating with Mass and Adoration at the National Shrine of Our Lady of Champion.


Explore the holy places of your own diocese, town, or parish, adoring the Eucharistic presence of Jesus Christ in your own backyard. Click below to find out how to make a self-led Eucharistic pilgrimage.


If you are unable to meet up with one of the main routes or make a self-led Eucharistic pilgrimage—join us in prayer that our nation encounters our Lord powerfully as he journeys to be near to us in this remarkable new way!


Join us for Mass this weekend in person at 4:00 PM on Saturday, 8:30 or 10:30 AM on Sunday, on, our YouTube channel, and our Facebook page.



In our current world of division, we must first acknowledge the truth of the situation before working towards building a beloved community. By listening, understanding, and finding commonalities, we can begin to bridge the gaps. With God's power and our united efforts, we can overcome evil and bring about the kingdom of God. Join Fr. Paul as he reflects on this weekend's scripture readings.




This Weekend's Bulletin

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Parish Lyceum

The Parish Lyceum will feature a variety of topics, guidelines, and relevant information to nurture the PIESS of our lives – physical, intellectual, emotional, spiritual, and social.


Tune in to hear Roger Vanden Busch and Karolyn Efferson tackle the topic of alcohol addiction, debunking common misconceptions along the way.


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