Social Concerns & Outreach


Love of Neighbor

 

You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, with all your soul, with all your mind, and with all your strength. The second is this: ‘You shall love your neighbor as yourself.’ There is no other commandment greater than these.”  Mark 12:30-31

St Mary parishioners pray, care and connect in ways that make a difference in our parish, community and world. We strive to be Christ’s hands and feet in order to make a difference in the lives our parish community is privileged to accompany through long standing ministry partners relationships that help us to both serve and be served.

Our Catholic Social Teaching reminds us that the Corporal and Spiritual Works of Mercy are actions we can perform that extend God's compassion and mercy to those in need.  St. Mary Catholic Faith Community is committed to the four dignity of life issues identified below and stands in solidarity with the listed ministry partners.

Dignity of Life      Ministry Partners
Homelessness & Poverty   Franciscan Peacemakers
Racial Healing   Haiti Sister Parish
Respect Life   Nia Imani Family, Inc.
Sex Trafficking   Pathfinders
    Repairers of the Breach
    St. Ben's (Capuchin Community Services) 
    St. Vincent de Paul Society
    Women's Support Center of Milwaukee

Current Ministry Events

 

St. Mary St. Vincent de Paul’s

Thanksgiving Food Drive 2022

Saturday and Sunday, November 19 and 20

 

Help feed the needy of our parish and the community with your contributions of non-perishable food items and toiletries in the approaching holiday season.  Below are some suggested items that our guests very much appreciate. 

  • Canned Meats, Poultry, and Fish
  • Canned Vegetables, Baked Beans, Fruits, and Soups
  • Cranberries, Stuffing Mix, Gravy, Dressings, and Syrup
  • Pasta Products and Rice, Flour, and Sugar
  • Canned or Powdered Milk and Cereals
  • Formula and Baby Food
  • Crackers, Snacks, Nuts, and Candy
  • Jams, Jelly, and Peanut Butter
  • Kleenix, Paper Towels, and Toilet Paper
  • Soap, Detergent, and Toiletries

  Bring your non-perishable items to the church Gathering Space or to the lower entrance of the School on Saturday, November 19 or Sunday, November 20.  Thank you!



Social Concerns & Outreach Resources

Respect Life Resources
Spiritual Resources
Human Traffic Resources


 

 In the pursuit of peace and justice,
we strive to be the compassion
of Christ
as we advocate for and minister to
those in need.

Mission Statement 



 
 Contact Us

Pam Lownik
Director of Social Concerns & Outreach
(414) 425-2174, ext. 256
mobile - (414) 412-9514
Email: LownikP@stmaryhc.org