Planning on getting married?

If you plan to be married at St. Paul Parish, please contact the Parish Office no less than six months prior to the finalize the wedding date and complete necessary forms. The couple will attend Marriage preparation sessions with the Pastor or Parish Administrator and also with a married couple in the parish.

Please stop by our Parish Office for more details about beautiful St. Paul weddings!



Anointing of the Sick

Anointing of the Sick is provided on the first Sunday of each month at all Masses.


If someone is in need of anointing and is living at home, please contact  the Parish Office at 414-482-3510.  If the person is living at a care facility or is in the hospital, please speak with the facility Chaplain. 



The sacrament of Reconciliation is first celebrated with children in grades 2 and up. Preparation is held in the fall. Parents and children attend preparation sessions together.

Regular confessions every Saturday from 3:15 pm to 3:45 pm

Please contact us for private confessions.


Having your Child Baptized?

Baptism is the means by which its recipients are incorporated into the church in a sacramental bond of unity.

If you are planning on having your child baptized here at St. Paul’s, please click contact us for the necessary form you will need to fill out so that you can start the baptism process by attending the preparatory classes.

We are excited to welcome you and your child to our community!



The Catholic Church celebrates the sacrament of Eucharist as the chief act of worship. Through the preparation process, children in grade 2 or higher and their families deepen their understanding of this sacred mystery.

The Sacrament of Eucharist is celebrated with the communicants and their families in the parish during April or May.  Attendance at Mass one year prior to receiving Eucharist is required. 

If the child is not attending a Catholic School, attendance at Religious Education classes on year prior to preparing for First Eucharist is required. 



Confirmation enriches the baptized with the Holy Spirit, binding them more perfectly to the Church and strengthening them in their witness to Christ by word, deed and in their work to bring to its fullness the Body of Christ.



A minimum age of 16 has been established for the celebration of confirmation.

Please contact Rebecca Scholz at 414-4810-0777, ext. 135 for full information.



The Adult Confirmation process is open to all practicing Catholics, 21 years of age and older, who have already received the Sacraments of Baptism and First Communion and who would like to receive the Sacrament of Confirmation.

Contact the Karen Bushman at 414-481-0777, ext. 117 for additional information.