On my way to a two-day workshop on classical education in the Diocese of Marquette, I made a detour to the Shrine of Our Lady of Good Help, in New Franklin. The drive from Milwaukee is a peaceful one that takes you north, away from the city and through the heart of bucolic Wisconsin. You pass farm after farm, silo after silo and notice your fair share of cows grazing on verdant fields. The air is fresh and pure. I enjoy the open windows a lot more here than in the city.continue at Cream City Catholic
Hoping James posts on the workshop as well.