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September 2, 2021
 
“Thus says the Lord: Say to those whose hearts are frightened: Be strong, fear not!” (From the prophet Isaiah, ch. 35)
 
Dear Friends,
 
What a couple weeks it has been! As a Covid-19 survivor, my heart goes out in deep support for all still struggling with this awful disease, and in deep sympathy for all who have died, and with gratitude for all caregivers and those who so give of themselves in the medical and first-response community.
 
I also want to thank you dear parishioners and friends who helped me so much with prayers, cards, communication, food! I thank from the bottom of my heart Fr. John, Fr. Michael, Chad, and our amazing staff for allowing me the space and time for healing.
 
You know I got a lot of homily material in these past weeks of sickness, so you will be hearing stories, anecdotes, quips, complaints, and any other number of expressions for a long time to come!
 
But to show my hand a bit, and to tie things to the Holy Gospel this Sunday, I have discovered a new facet of my life with Jesus whom I love with all my heart: JESUS THE HEALER.
 
Having faced such limits, and listening these days to all the limits of Afghanistan, Haiti, Louisiana, the streets of Milwaukee, and all those limits we all face in the depths of our own broken and painful stories, I hear more loudly than ever the words of Jesus as he cured the deaf man: BE OPENED.
 
And I will trust the open and utter healing that only our Savior Jesus can bring.
 
Sincerely, with love,
Fr. Tim
As we continue to navigate these times as a Family of Four Parishes, we’d like to share the following updates:
 
  • If you or others you know are more comfortable at a fully masked Mass, beginning Saturday, September 4, masks will be required at the 5:00 pm Vigil Mass at Saints Peter and Paul.
 
  • If you would prefer to receive Holy Communion on the tongue, please receive at the end of the Communion line and receive from the priest.
 
  • We are working on the possibility of livestreaming Mass and hope to have more details to share soon.
 
Thank you for your continuing charity and understanding in these days!
 

Please do not hesitate to contact Fr. Tim (Cell: 414-762-7986; tkitzke@ffpmke.org), Fr. John (Cell: 414-305-3824; jbaumgardner@ffpmke.org), or Fr. Michael (Cell: 262-707-0327; mmalucha@ffpmke.org) if you need anything! Be assured of our love and prayers.
Please be sure to check the parish website for the most current updates:
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