Adult & Family Ministries

All adults and their family members are invited to enrich their faith lives by taking advantage of the many opportunities offered by our cluster parishes. Programs are offered throughout the year for all stages of life. We have a vibrant volunteer Cluster Adult Formation Committee that, together with pastoral staff, provides ongoing ideas and inspiration. We welcome you to participate and if you don’t see what you are looking for, please contact the Director of Adult and Family Ministry, Kathy Smith, at 414-453-0300 x25 or



Young adult ministry is directed towards those in their 20’s and 30’s, single or married, and includes social, service and sacred opportunities.


FISH stands for “Faith Inspired Social, Service and Sacred Hours” and is a year-round young adult group open to all young adults. Please go to the FISH page for more information.


Theology on Tap is an archdiocesan wide offering for young adults with numerous sites that operate each summer. Please go to the Theology on Tap page for more information.


A  NEW small group was started on Aug. 8

Join 6-8 adults in their 20s & 30s for regular small group community and discussion. Small groups gather weekly for 90 minutes. Multiple days and locations are available. A West Allis group will meet on Tuesday evenings beginning Aug. 8. August small groups will explore life's big questions: Why are we here? Why is there suffering in the world? How do we know if the answers the world offers are true? To join the West Allis group, led by Sonya and Andy send an email to: For additional groups and locations:



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Similar to Theology on Tap but intended for adults 40+. Watch the bulletin for more information.



One of the ways Christians have been gathering since the very beginning is in small faith sharing groups. These are groups of 6-12 people who gather on a regular basis to: share personal experiences of God’s work in our life; support one another’s lives of service within and without the community; reflect on Scripture or other materials; to challenge one another to live out the gospel and become intentional disciples; to focus on our faith and God’s presence in our daily lives. Cluster groups meet at parish sites or in individual’s homes throughout the year, generally for six weeks at a time. Groups meet on different days of the week, with day and evening groups available. Past offerings have included the Sunday Scripture Readings, special Prayer, Advent and Lenten books. Suggestions are always welcome. To learn about current offerings, contact the Cluster Adult and Family Ministry Director (Kathy Smith, at 414-453-0300 x25 or or check the bulletin.



From the Laureate Group - Helping older adults and their families manage the challenges of aging.

A Story of Selflessness

A Generational View of Caregiving

Another Perspective

Holidays, a Time to Create Precious Memories

Valuable Lessons for Caregivers

Listening, A Lost Art

My Parents have Memory Loss

Age is Not a Number

Rights and Responsibilities

Humor and Health

Love and Kindness

Difficulties Seniors Face when Dealing with Adult Children who Mean Well

Familiarity in Light of Change

Holidays, a Time for Families to Come Together

The Need for Validation & Purpose

I don't want to Live With Those Old People

Validation: The Overlooked Element in a Meaningful Conversation

With Alzheimer’s, Memories May Fade But Emotions From Them Linger