Marquette Wire

Archdiocese seeks settlement following abuse scandal

Seamus Doyle

October 25, 2012

The Archdiocese of Milwaukee, which filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy on January 4, 2011, failed last week to reach an out-of-court settlement with those to whom it owed money, namely victims of sexual abuse. With mediation over, ...

Coffee House an unassuming source of entertainment

Kelsey Massey

September 28, 2010

Tucked away in a small room in the basement of Redeemer Lutheran Church, The Coffee House has been providing a venue for performers and entertainment in Milwaukee for more than 40 years. The Coffee House, located across from Mashuda Hall at 631 N. 19th St., was founded by the Rev. ...

‘Week of Prayer’ unites different faiths across campus

Pat Simonaitis

February 2, 2010

Some churchgoers may have been surprised to see a robed woman adorning the altar and presenting the homily at the 4 p.m. Mass at Gesu Church this past Sunday, but having a Lutheran pastor speak was part of a more than century-old celeb...

Church looks to keep up with rising Latino population

Pat Simonaitis

January 28, 2010

In ongoing attempts by the Roman Catholic Church to accommodate and attract its ever-changing flock, parishes around the Archdiocese of Milwaukee are regularly celebrating Mass in Spanish as the Latino population grows throughout...

A 21st century calling for Catholics

Pat Simonaitis

January 26, 2010

A new advertising campaign for the Roman Catholic Church is aiming to compete with the likes of AT&T and Bud Light for television audiences’ “business” around the nation. The campaign — whose ads may run during a...

Listecki hopes to help archdiocese ‘grow in holiness’

Pat Simonaitis

January 19, 2010

On January 4, 2010, Jerome Listecki was installed as the 11th Archbishop of Milwaukee. In an exclusive interview with the Tribune at Christ King Parish in Wauwatosa last week, Listecki discussed his goals as archbishop, the ...