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Monday, November 28  @  6:30 pm - Little Innocents Mass

This special pro-life Mass is offered every month in honor of the Holy Innocents and to pray for an end to abortion and the culture of death. 

A special collection will be taken to support the Milwaukee Women's Care Center, a local pregnancy help center.

Sundays November 27, December 4 and 11ANNUAL WINTER CLOTHING DRIVE

Please bring new and gently used winter clothing: jackets, sweaters, pants, stockings, thermal underwear, etc. for men and women to support Pro Labore Dei in their outreach to the homeless and less fortunate in the Milwaukee area.   No donations during the week, please!!

Saturday, December 3 - 6:30 am - Rorate Caeli Mass

The Rorate Mass is lit only by candlelight. Because it is a votive Mass in Mary’s honor, white vestments are worn instead of Advent violet. In the dimly lit setting, priests and faithful prepare to honor the Light of the world, Who is soon to be born, and offer praise to God for the gift of Our Lady. As the Mass proceeds and sunrise approaches, the church becomes progressively brighter, illumined by the sun as our Faith is illumined by Christ. (

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Saturday, December 3 - Men's Advent Retreat

This retreat is open to ALL MEN ages 18 and over.  No registration required.  Immediately following the Rorate Caeli Mass, men will gather in the church hall for continental breakfast and talks by the Canons of the Institute before returning to church for benediction and final prayers.

 Sunday, December 4 - St Nicholas Celebration

Children of all ages are invited to meet St. Nicholas after the 10 am Mass in the parish hall.  There will be activities, crafts, and goodie bags for the children, as well as a photo opportunity with St. Nicholas.  Glazed donuts, hot coffee and juice for all!
Thursday, December 8  - Feast of the Immaculate Conception
Noon - Low Mass   and   6:30 pm High Mass
O most Holy Virgin who wast pleasing to God and didst become His Mother.  Immaculate in thy body, in thy soul, in thy faith and in thy love, we beseech thee to look graciously upon the wretched who implore thy powerful protection.  the wicked serpent, against whom the primal curse was hurled, continues nonetheless to wage war and to lay snares for the unhappy children of Eve.  Ah, do thou, our Blessed Mother, our Queen and Advocate, who from the first instant of thy conception didst crush the head of our enemy, receive the prayers that we unite single-heartedly to thine and conjure thee to offer at the throne of God, that we may never fall into the snares that are laid for us, in such wise that we may all come to the haven of salvation; and in the midst of so many dangers may Holy Church and the fellowship of Christians everywhere sing once more the hymn of deliverance, victory and peace. Amen.  
Hail Mary..... (thrice)
V.  O Mary conceived without sin
R.  Pray for us who have recourse to thee.


Restoration Generates Renewal

There is something special at St. Stanislaus Parish, home of the Extraordinary Form (Latin) Mass in southeastern Wisconsin. This historic, landmark church continues to experience a revival that is rippling out beyond its doors. The stunning restoration of the church, grounds and rectory, coupled with the dynamic administration by priests of the Institute of Christ the King Sovereign Priest, have led to immense growth and robust faith.


Information, Schedule, Mass Broadcast & Directions

 LINK to previously recorded Masses 

 Please help us restore St. Stanislaus Church in Milwaukee 

Parish Administrator and Rector

Rev. Canon Benoît Jayr, Rector

Assisting Priests

Rev Canon Erwan Josseaume, Vicar

Rev. Canon David Le, Chaplain of Sheboygan apostolate

Fr. Ronald Kotecki (Saturday English parish Mass)

Clergy of the Oratory

Abbé George Baird


Jo Ann Neumann, Secretary



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