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4:00 pm

8:00 am
Weekdays Only

Saturday: 3:00 pm

Additional Information


August 6th - 10th, 2018, 8:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

Sessions will be held at the Holy Assumption school building,

located at 7129 West Orchard Street, West Allis.

Our Sunday Visitor publishers are providing the materials and

Michelle Zampino, local music teacher and our facilitator,

has experience running such programs at other parishes.

All children, ages 4 - 12 from the area are welcome.

The cost is $25/child and no more than $50/family.

Scholarship monies are available.

Children will be encouraged to bring in their change

for CRS (Catholic Relief Services),

particularly for the cause of world hunger.

This will connect the kids to the worldwide church

and to seeking justice.

Fr. David Zampino will be available each day

and will have a special service on Thursday.

Michelle will hold a “work week” from August 1st - 4th

from 9:00 a.m. - noon each day;

this will be for preparation and organizing the sessions.

Please call 414-774-3010 with questions, registration, donation of money or needed list items or to volunteer in any way.



A 3 bedroom apartment is needed for our Parish Secretary.  If you know of any available for rent, please contact her at 414-914-3811.  Thank you very much.



Fresh cut flowers are appropriate in church.  Now that these will be appearing in our gardens, hopefully some parishioners will bring some to church; bring them Friday afternoon or Saturday morning.  In past years a number of parishioners have brought flowers which beautified the sanctuary; much appreciated! 


On Friday evenings we usually have Vespers/Holy Hour.  During the summer months of June, July and August we take a break from these services.  They will resume when announced in September.  Please check our Events Calendar.


2017-2018 FISH FRY LIST

This season is over.  Please check back for our upcoming 2018-2019 dates.


We have a Fish Fry every second Friday of the month from September through May and every Friday during Lent.  Please check our Events Calendar for specific details on location, times and prices.  Those who are celebrating a birthday or anniversary are invited to bring their guests to our Fish Fries for their celebration.  Separate tables can be set for your celebration of 12 guests or more.  Our Fish Fry crew will then serve you and your guests family style.  Call Barb Suter at 414-380-0662 or the rectory at 414-541-5207 to set up a Fish Fry Party.  Plan ahead for a nice family/friends party at a Great Fish Fry!



New members are being sought.  If singing is one of your talents, please join the choir for practice on Tuesdays at 6:30 p.m. in church.  The choir sings on Sundays at the 10 a.m. Mass.  We appreciate our wonderful choir!



The Peanut Butter & Jelly Ministry announces their 10th anniversary!

They have made 180 PBJ Sandwiches monthly for the Gathering Food Site since February 2008.  Always needed:  grape jelly, large jars of creamy peanut butter or cash donations to buy the bread or other items.  Place in Sleeping Bag containers in vestibule.  We are looking for new volunteers to add to our on-call list.  They would help make the sandwiches monthly on each 2nd Saturday morning for about an hour.  If you would like more information, please call Jackie Ellington at 414-327-4625.



One of our parishioners has an upper, small 2 bedroom apartment for rent.  If you are interested, please contact them for more information at 414-476-9987.



Our food pantry is collecting items that are in great need.  The pantry is always in need of:  Cake Mix, Cereal, Canned Spaghetti/Meat, Spaghetti Sauce, Canned Beef Stew, Dried Beans, Canned Beans, Noodles/Pasta, Mac & Cheese, Canned Vegetables, Cookies, Flour and Sugar, Stage 1 & 2 Jar Baby Foods, and Juices.  Items can be placed in the container in the vestibule.  The food pantry helps many families in the West Allis area with your support.  Thank you for sharing what you have with others in need. - Human Concerns Committee



A current need surfaced.  We need new choir members, servers (children and adults) and also Eucharistic ministers.  Parishioners should carefully and prayerfully consider if they are qualified to fulfill some of these much needed ministries in our parish.  Contact the rectory if interested!



Our Saturday evening Mass of Anticipation time has changed to 4:00 p.m.

Please join us.

Penance & Reconciliation will now be at 3:00 p.m. on Saturdays.

Thank you and we apologize for any inconvenience.



The first Friday of the month is the usual day for the ministering of communion to those unable to come to church.  If you know of anyone who would want monthly communion, please notify the pastor.  Of course, any time a sick person would want the Anointing of the Sick/Holy Communion, please call the pastor!


This group faithfully meets twice a month on Tuesday mornings from September to June at 9:00 a.m. in the Remembrance Room.  We need a few good knotters in making sleeping bags for the homeless.  No sewing is required, just the ability to make a knot with yarn.  For more information, call Jackie Ellington at 414-327-4625.


The Archdiocese of Milwaukee has been planning to cluster the West Milwaukee parish and the eastern parishes of West Allis. Below are the links to the documents for the information they have collected with the assistance and involvement of parish member volunteers from St. Florian, Holy Assumption, St. Augustine and St. Rita.  Please read the data and attend one of the upcoming meetings to better explain everything and to ask questions of these representatives that you may have.  The information and meetings are vitally important for the future of all of these parishes.  Ideally, we would like you to attend our meeting; but if there are time restraints, we understand and feel it is vitally important that you attend at least one of the meetings.  There will be more meetings in 2018.  Please watch for those dates and times.

Click here for Profile and Possibilities information.

Click here for Pastoral Activity information.

Click here for Data information.

Thank you for all of those in attendance at the 2016 and 2017 meetings and our hope is that you participated by offering ideas and suggestions to make this transition happen smoothly.  Please continue to read through the information contained in the above links as more meetings will occur in the near future and please be sure to check our website for the dates on those meetings too.  


We are pleased to announce the formation of our Quad Parish Religious Education Program.  St. Augustine, St. Florian, Holy Assumption, and St. Rita Parishes have decided to better utilize space, resources and volunteers; while providing quality formation for our children and youth.  The Quad Parish Religious Education Program will be under the direction of our Pastoral Associate, Barbara Krieger.  She can be reached at her office, located within St. Rita Parish, at 414-541-7515, ext. 39 or via her cell at 414-364-5566.

For RCIA (Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults), please see below or call Barbara Krieger for more details.   

The 2018-2019 Letter of the Quad Parish Religious Education information is here.

The 2018-2019 Registration Information for St. Augustine families on any of the programming is here.

The 2018-2019 Quad Parish Religious Education Schedule is listed here for you to view dates, times and location of classes or events.  THIS WILL BE POSTED ONCE SCHEDULE IS COMPLETED.



This process of bringing non-baptized adults into the Catholic community has been used in the USA since 1988 - almost 30 years.  Some Catholics are familiar with the process, and there are some who hardly know it exists.  Here in our parish earlier this year, two adults were baptized, confirmed and made their First Holy Communion during the Easter Vigil.  There is an adapted rite known as the Rite of Christian Initiation of Children (RCIC) used for children who have reached the age of reason and are entering into the Catholic Church.  Also related to this process of RCIA is the reception of adults baptized into another ecclesial community (Lutheran, Presbyterian, Methodist, etc.) being received into the Catholic community through Confirmation and First Communion; we had one such candidate during the Easter Season.  More can be learned about this Catholic ritual in the Catholic Update inserted in today’s bulletin.  Also a reminder:  any adults interested in being baptized or received into the Catholic church - contact the pastor soon, as sessions would begin in early autumn.  Usually from September or October to Easter is enough time for the necessary sessions.  Please contact Barbara Krieger, our Pastoral Associate, to register or ask any questions.  She can be reached at her office at 414-541-7515, ext. 39 or via her cell at 414-364-5566. 



Provided by 3 parishes:  St. Augustine, Holy Assumption & St. Florian.  Their information is:  Holy Assumption at 1525 South 71 Street (South parking lot), EVERY Thursday 5-7 p.m. AND EVERY Friday 12-3 p.m. OR at St. Florian at 1210 South 45 Street (North parking lot), ONLY the 3rd Monday of each month from 5-6 p.m.