Podcasts Available

We are now providing podcasts of these recordings, so you can download them automatically using your favorite podcast program or RSS reader.

Other Recordings

More recorded homilies are available on the Archdiocese of Milwaukee web site. You can listen to homilies from Archbishop Jerome E. Listecki, Bishop Richard J. Sklba, and Bishop Donald J. Hying.

Whenever possible, we'll provide the homily from a Mass each weekend. Additionally, there are presentations and choir performances that may be of interest. All files are in MP3 format, which can be played by most music players, such as Windows Media Player and iTunes, and they can be downloaded to a portable music player if you would like to take them with you.

View List of Recordings

Recent Files Sorted by Date  10 Files Found
Homily Deacon Bill Holy Body and Blood of Christ
Give Them Some Food Yourselves
11:00 AM
Homily Fr Brian Holy Body and Blood of Christ
9:00 AM
Gospel Holy Body and Blood of Christ
Luke's account of the feeding of the multitude suggests as do the other accounts of this miracle that the overwhelming bounty of the reign of God is breaking into the world through Jesus' ministry. There are even twelve wicker baskets of leftovers!
Homily Fr Dominic
Jun 2nd, 2019
7:30 AM
Gospel Ascension
Luke's first account of the ascension concludes his Gospel. (His second account begins the Book of Acts.) Jesus appoints the disciples as witnesses.
Jun 2nd, 2019Presentation
Homily Fr Leonard Ascension
Jun 1st, 2019
4:00 PM
Homily Fr Brian 6th Sunday of the Church Year
May 26th, 2019
9:00 AM
Gospel 6th Sunday of the Church Year
Continuing to read from the Last Supper discourse we learn that our ability to live the new commandment will be supported by the Holy Spirit. Jesus's final gift to us is a peace that the world cannot give.
May 26th, 2019Presentation
Homily Fr Leonard 6th Sunday of the Church Year
May 25th, 2019
4:00 PM
Gospel 5th Sunday of the Church Year
In this part of the Last Supper discourse Jesus proclaims that he will share in the divine "glory" and he begins to transform humanity through the "new commandment.": "Love one another. As I have loved you so you also should love one another." This love is the sign of discipleship.
May 19th, 2019Presentation