Monday, October 27, 2014

Across ArchMil - week of October 20th 2014

From the Chancery

Healing Hands, Catholic ID video, YouTube

Paul VI exemplified great courage, deep spirituality, Herald of Hope column by Bishop Donald J. Hying, Milwaukee Catholic Herald. "Under the leadership of Pope Paul, the church experienced more change in just a few years than it had in the previous 500."

Career T.O.O.L.S. Conference, October 29th, Catholic Charities.

Candidacy for Holy Orders, St. Francis Seminary. "Congratulations to Patrick J. Behling, Michael Thiel, Michael Wolfe and Andrew Linn who declared their candidacy on October 26!"

In the Milwaukee Catholic Herald

Deacon Icon Project recognizes ministry of deacons, by Jessica Bell. "Archbishop Jerome E. Listecki will dedicate and bless the icons in a special service at the cathedral on Dec. 21."

Missionaries bring health education to eastern Africa, by Tracy Rusch. "In Meki, a town in east-central Ethiopia inhabited by about 46,000 people, water is scarce, electricity is unpredictable and there are no physicians.
"Well, that was until the Community of St. Paul, a public association of the faithful comprised of 30 priests, laymen and women with headquarters in Racine, established a mission there in September 2013."

Schoenstatt Movement marks 100 years, by Jessica Bell. "In 1949, the church put Fr. Kentenich [founder Pallottine Fr. Joseph Kentenich] on trial over questions about his teachings. The outcome resulted in a 14-year exile and a separation from the Schoenstatt foundation. During that time, he spent 13 years in Milwaukee ..."

Practice virtues of admiration, praise, In Exile column by Fr. Ronald Rolheiser. "For persons such as Thomas Aquinas, Soren Kierkegaard, Robert Moore, Gil Bailie, Robert Bly, and Richard Rohr, among others, the deep root of our resentment and unhappiness lies in our inability to admire, our inability to praise others, and our inability to give others and the world a simple gaze of admiration."

Around the Parishes and Schools

Different language, same faith, by Colleen Jurkiewicz, Milwaukee Catholic Herald. "an African family received a memorable welcome into the Catholic faith and a new life in the United States at St. Joseph Parish in downtown Waukesha."

At No Spin Homilies, Father Dan Volkert's for the 30th Sunday in Ordinary time

U.S. Bankruptcy Court (E.D. Wis.)

Archdiocese may proceed in effort to toss 11 sex abuse claims, by Annysa Johnson, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. "The archdiocese has filed motions objecting to all of the 575 claims, alleging they are not eligible for compensation for a variety of legal reasons."

Status Update Regarding Items Listed in Appearance and Summary of Hearing Held on October 3, 2014, filed by Archdiocese of Milwaukee

Official Committee of Unsecured Creditors' Status Report in Advance of October 22, 2014 Status Conference, including "2. ... the Committee has questions regarding the real estate line-item on each of the Financials, which indicates the value of parish real estate unrestricted investments at 0."

Appearances and Summary of Hearing Held on October 22, 2014 at 10:07 a.m.. "After considering the written [and] oral status reports of the parties, the Court adjourned the status conference to November 19, 2014..."

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