Across ArchMil - week of October 6th 2014

From the Chancery

Entrustment of the Archdiocese of Milwaukee to Our Lady of the Rosary, "proclaimed by Archbishop Jerome E. Listecki during the October 7, 2014 Closing Mass at the Hearts United 2014 Mission", Archdiocese of Milwaukee website

Our Lady of the Rosary, by Most Reverend Jerome E. Listecki, Our Faith blog. "The Battle of Lepanto is a microcosm of personal crisis."

Moral quality of society is its treatment of most vulnerable, Herald of Hope column by Bishop Donald J. Hying, Milwaukee Catholic Herald. "Why am I talking about this? Last August, I was blessed to attend the Supreme Convention of the Knights of Columbus where I was inspired by the remarkable works of charity and service performed by Knights throughout the world."

At the Seminaries, Monasteries, Convents

A Time of Confidence and Challenge: Milwaukee Catholicism, 1959 - 1977, Salzmann Library Lecture by Fr. Steven Avella, Tuesday, October 21, 2014 7 pm. "a sequel to his highly regarded earlier work, In the Richness of the Earth: A History of the Archdiocese of Milwaukee, 1843-1958."

In the Milwaukee Catholic Herald

Project Rachel marks 30 years of counseling, by Karen Mahoney, Milwaukee Catholic Herald. "When women or men come to him for confession or counsel after abortion, Fr. [Kenneth] Metz said it is important to realize they have come asking for the Lord’s mercy, and are aware that somebody lost their life."

Around the Parishes and Schools

Mt. Mary homecoming explores mission through spirituality, by Annysa Johnson, FaithWatch blog, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Southside parishes promote peace, by Ricardo Torres, Milwaukee Catholic Herald. "Jesuit Fr. Jose Moreno wanted to make a change. For years, the pastor of St. Patrick and Our Lady of Guadalupe parishes on Milwaukee’s south side said he’s been hearing from parishioners, past and present, about violence in the city. He wanted to gather the community to make a visible commitment to promoting peace in the streets."

Former DRE charged with child porn possession, by Tracy Rusch, Milwaukee Catholic Herald. "According to the complaint, Gideon said he had been fired from his job at St. John’s [Plymouth] because of his drinking, and denied knowledge of child pornography, calling it 'disgusting.' After the detective presented evidence, Gideon admitted he downloaded child pornography for some 10 years."

Lay Organizations

Most Rev. Robert Morlino, Bishop of Madison, to receive Popek Award Oct. 19, Catholics United for the Faith, Milwaukee Chapter, newsletter, October 2014. "Please mail your reservation .. by Monday, Oct. 13"

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

Judge to attorneys: 'Time to litigate remaining issues', by Brian T. Olszewski, Milwaukee Catholic Herald. "During the course of the status hearing, which lasted an hour and 45 minutes, [U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Susan V.] Kelley identified the issues as 'assets' and 'claims.'" (Which in bankruptcy is pretty much 'all' the 'issues'.)

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