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Murphy’s Law: More Than 150 Catholic Churches Opened
Murphy’s Law

More Than 150 Catholic Churches Opened

Many in Milwaukee Archdiocese offered Mass Sunday, in violation of city shutdown order.

New Homeless COVID-19 Shelter Opens

New Homeless COVID-19 Shelter Opens

County, city, National Guard, archdiocese partner on facility for homeless at risk for disease.

Catholic Clergy Abuse: Clergy Sexual Abuse Cases Still Rising
Catholic Clergy Abuse

Clergy Sexual Abuse Cases Still Rising

170 to date in state, but some dioceses and religious orders still won’t confront problem.

Archdiocese of Milwaukee to Celebrate 175th Anniversary in Cathedral Square on May 4
Press Release

Archdiocese of Milwaukee to Celebrate 175th Anniversary in Cathedral Square on May 4

“175 Alive” event begins with Archbishop Listecki, Marquette Gospel Choir and President Lovell at Pere Marquette Park

Archbishop to Rename Archdiocesan Central Offices
Press Release

Archbishop to Rename Archdiocesan Central Offices

The former sign, Archbishop Cousins Catholic Center, was taken down on Tuesday, March 19 at noon. The new name will be announced at 10 a.m. on Friday, March 22, with the installation of a temporary sign.

Eyes on Milwaukee: 11 Doors Open Milwaukee Sites for Insiders
Eyes on Milwaukee

11 Doors Open Milwaukee Sites for Insiders

A guide for regulars to branch out beyond Downtown.

Plenty of Horne: Crowd Celebrates City Birthday Party
Plenty of Horne

Crowd Celebrates City Birthday Party

Politicians, PR people and other notables schmoozed away. The best rumor was that Chief Flynn might be retiring.

Plenty of Horne: Conference Touts Historic Preservation
Plenty of Horne

Conference Touts Historic Preservation

Conference at We Energies offers experts touting the huge environmental payoff for historic reuse of buildings.

Plenty of Horne: Goodbye Faye McBeath Foundation
Plenty of Horne

Goodbye Faye McBeath Foundation

The foundation created by a Milwaukee Journal heir gave untold millions to local causes since 1960s, but will spend its final assets this year.