The Saints Peter and Paul Polish National Catholic Church was organized in June 1914. This year, our parish family will celebrate the 100th Anniversary of our presence in South MIlwaukee.
We recently celebrated a milestone to begin our 100th Anniversary year. On January 26th, the Rt. Rev. Stanley Bilinski consecrated a new altar of sacrifice so Mass could be celebrated facing the congregation.
That the consecration took place in January is significant because it was 100 years ago in January of 1914, that Saints Peter and Paul Parish received its charter to establish a church in South Milwaukee. Assisting the Bishop were Very Rev. John Kraus, Rev. Bogumil Czaja, pastor of Sts. Peter and Paul, Deacon Jonathan Meus and Altar Server Allen Zwoniarkiewicz. Planning is underway for several events throughout the year to celebrate the parish’s centennial year.
At Saints Peter & Paul Parish, we are open to all! Don’t let the Polish in Polish National Catholic fool you. Yes, we are very proud of our Polish heritage and continued celebration of our history, but we are open to people of all nationalities. We are a small church, but we are like family because our parishioners know each other, have loving hearts, and care about each other.
Come join us for mass, or one of our community events. We’ve got a lot to offer!
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