Nativity of the Lord Catholic Church
3672 E Plankinton Ave, Cudahy, WI 53110

Parish Office - 4611 S Kirkwood Ave, 414-744-6622
nativityofthelord@yahoo.com
SOUTH SHORE PARISHES INFO
The District 15 South Shore Parishes consists of Nativity of the Lord, Cudahy; Immaculate Conception, Milwaukee; St. Augustine of Hippo, Milwaukee; St.
Paul, Milwaukee; Sacred Heart of Jesus, St. Francis; St. Veronica, Milwaukee; and jointly sponsor and support St. Thomas Aquinas Academy, an
Archdiocese of Milwaukee Seton school, as well as share staff, ministries and programs.  (Click on any of the names above to be directed to their websites.)

The councils from the south shore parishes have expressed many hopes for their parishes:
  • Fostering more vocations
  • Becoming financially viable and stable
  • Using the leadership of priests, deacons and laity more collaboratively.

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here for a schedule of weekday masses at the churches within the South Shore community.  Click on the links above for more detailed information or
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here for a schedule of available masses within the South Shore Parishes.  For masses within the Archdiocese of Milwaukee go to www.archmil.org

SOUTH SHORE PARISHES
Realizing that within the next three years, the South Shore parishes of St. Augustine of Hippo, St. Paul, St. Veronica, Immaculate Conception, Sacred Heart of Jesus, and
Nativity of the Lord will be faced with fewer priests to serve our sacramental needs, representatives of the six parishes came together to ask what the Holy Spirit is
guiding us to do to build the Body of Christ in the South Shore parishes and to be just stewards of our resources. Our parishes have already been collaborating in various
ways, including jointly sponsoring and supporting St. Thomas Aquinas Academy as well as sharing staff (Director of Religious Education and Youth Minister), and
committees such as Human Concerns and Christian Formation.  We are by nature protective of what is familiar and safe, but Jesus does not call us to be safe. He calls us
to step out in faith.  So this move to further our collaboration among our parishes is a step in faith that we are called to take. The draft vision statement was presented
to all 6 South Shore parishes' council members for their input. To be clear, the hopes and visions being presented ask us to take this step in faith towards continuing
collaboration on the following:

VISION: Each parish will retain its own name, worship site, history, culture and identity. Develop a system for the parishes in the cluster to maximize and/or share staff,
ministries and programs as well as focusing on developing new ministries.  Following Canon Law, each parish will retain its own trustees, finance committee, and monitor its
own finances and & parish property. Common expenses will be paid through an agreed upon assessment (e.g., Director of Religious Education).Some parish ministries may
become cluster ministries.  This is an opportunity to strengthen our sacramental preparation program(s), religious education, youth ministry, adult formation, human
concerns, liturgical ministry training and stewardship. By sharing our gifts and talents with one another we open ourselves even more to the work of the Holy Spirit and
become stronger. Individual parish councils will continue to meet and function in each of the six parishes with joint council meetings to be held four times a year.

Click for the most current version of the
South Shore Vision and Ministry Plan (as of July, 2011)
Click here for the
2016 Pastoral Activity Report for the South Shore Parishes.


South Shore Parishes Activities:  For a complete list, click here.

Immaculate Conception
1023 E Russell Ave, Bay View, Ryan Hall  Free Parking
Available at all dinners: beverages, desserts, raffles, pull-tabs
May 20 - Pasta DInner - 4:30-7pm


St. Augustine of Hippo
2530 South Howell Ave, Bay View
Fabulous Fish Fry
—One of Milwaukee's best fish fries (Catholic Herald) featuring hand-breaded cod, crunchy breaded shrimp, or the flakiest poor man's lobster with
real butter. Dinners include choice of potato (french fries, parsley potatoes, or homemade potato pancakes), hot vegetable, bread, dessert, and our now famous
coleslaw (now available for sale in 8 oz containers) and house made tartar sauce. Coffee and milk included with beer and soda available for sale. Noon to 1pm
carry-outs available  & 4-7pm carry-outs & dine-in.   Kid's mac 'n cheese meal includes fruit and juice box. Street and lot parking available - enter church hall on
Homer Street. Info flyer with coupon can be requested via email at: AugiesStewardship@gmail.com
2017/18 dates: STAY TUNED!

St. Paul
1720 E Norwich Ave, Milwaukee


St. Veronica
353 E Norwich Ave, Milwaukee
Knights of Columbus Ham & Rolls To-Go lunch  
- sold after 10:30am mass on March 12th
Fish Fry dates for 2017: May 5 - 4:00-7:00pm

“Knot Group”
Enjoy knitting, crocheting or needlepoint, or always wanted to learn? Here's your chance!  Join the crafting get- together in the Hospitality Room at St. Veronica.  
Enter through the door marked “Parish Office” Meeting times will be 6:30-8:30pm every Wednesday. We’ll be working on lap robes, prayer shawls, mittens,
baby items or you can work on your own projects. Whether you've been knitting since you've been 'knee high to a grasshopper' or just recently learned, you are
welcome to stop in. Please feel free to contact St. Veronica’s parish office or Sue at 482-4466 for more info.
Donations of yarn will be gladly accepted.  (NO GATHERINGS IN JULY or DECEMBER)