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stcatherine St. Catherine of Alexandria Catholic Church is known to many as "the church on the hill." Tucked away at the northern edge of the City of Milwaukee, we are located just southeast of 76th Street and Brown Deer Road. Since 1855, we've strived to bring the presence of Christ to our corner of the metropolitan area and to the world beyond.

We hope that your visit to our web site will give you a taste of the community and holiness of this parish, that it will remind you of past visits, or lead you to future discovery.

A warm welcome awaits you, as well as a prayerful community, and a deep experience of the closeness of God.

Our Mission

Living and Sharing Our Faith in Jesus Christ ... St. Catherine of Alexandria, the church on the hill since 1855, joins together as a Catholic community to give praise and thanks to God by living and sharing our faith in Jesus Christ through our worship, formation and outreach. With our cluster parishes, we strive to make Christ visible to our wider community.


Upcoming Events & Information

Mardi Gras Casino Night
Our annual Mardi Gras Casino Night will be held this Saturday, February 25, 2017. Tickets are sold out, however. Click here to see this year's program booklet which includes the listing of auction items.

Ash Wednesday Masses
Ash Wednesday is on March 1st. Masses at St. Catherine will be celebrated at 12 Noon and at 6:30 p.m.

Lent at St. Catherine
Click here to view bulletin insert listing Lenten prayer and activities, including Lenten almsgiving information.


Granville Charette
The Granville Business Improvement District is holding a charrette that centers on Brown Deer Road and N. 76th Street. Focus groups were held with residents, businesses and developer/investors. The feedback from the groups was compiled and now the architects are using that information to create their renditions of each site and Granville’s future. The actual charrette will be held on Wednesday, March 1st, (which is also Ash Wednesday) and will be a day of design, feedback, conversation, and unveiling of a new Granville. You are invited to join UWM’s Community Design Solutions, the City of Milwaukee and the Granville Business Improvement District, for a day of brainstorming, designing and visioning for 76th Street and Brown Deer Road in Granville. Attend for the entire day, or stop in for an hour when you can. For more information and to register, click here.

Catholic Stewardship Appeal
The annual Catholic Stewardship Appeal kicked off the weekend of February 5th. All registered members should have received materials in the mail. Click here to view the campaign video and see some of the ways your contribution is put to good use in the archdiocese.

Tri-Parish Read: Rediscover Jesus
St. Catherine, St. Bernadette and Our Lady of Good Hope are holding a Tri-Parish Read this Lent. We will be reading Matthew Kelly's Rediscover Jesus. Small groups will be meeting to discuss the book; you can also simply read the book for your Lenten reflection. Click here for more information and a copy of the small group registration form. Click here to view a brief 3-1/2 minute video with Matthew Kelly about the book.

School Building for Lease
Our school building will be available for lease beginning July 1, 2017. Click here for more information.


Letter to Parishioners of our Tri-Parish Cluster
During the week of June 19th, a letter was sent to the parishioners of St. Catherine, St. Bernadette and Our Lady of Good Hope. The letter concerns the planning we will be doing in the years ahead. To view the letter, click here.

Mass Schedule

To join us in prayer, see our Mass and Prayer Schedule.

Email Communication

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8661 North 76th Place   •   Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53223   •   414.365.2020

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