St. Hugh of Lincoln Roman Catholic Church

This Week's Mass Schedule

This Week’s Schedule

Mon 3/20/17 St. Joseph, Spouse of Our Lady

St. Photina & Comp.

8:00 AM Low Mass Special Intention (Tricia Larson)

Tue 3/21/17 St. Benedict

Wed 3/22/17 St. Isidore the Farmer

St. Catherine of Genoa

Thu 3/23/17 Ferial Day

6:00 PM Low Mass Annie Young (Annie Young)

Fri 3/24/17 St. Gabriel the Archangel

The Five Holy Wounds

5:30 PM Confessions, Rosary

6:00 PM Low Mass For the People of St. Hugh of Lincoln

6:40 PM Holy Face Novena, Benediction

Sat 3/25/17 The Annunciation of the BVM

7:30 AM Confessions, Rosary

8:00 AM Low Mass Chuck & Valen Bellavia & the Holy

Souls (Laura & Hari Rao)

Sun 3/26/17 Lent IV

Laetare Sunday

8:15 AM Confessions, Rosary

9:00 AM High Mass (+)Oliver C. & Evelyn M. Plashal (Bob

& Ann Poggel)

Stations of the Cross

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The Altar at St. Hugh of Lincoln

About the traditional Latin Mass

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About St. Hugh of Lincoln Roman Catholic Church

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Saint Hugh of Lincoln Church is the home of the Traditional Catholic Mass in Milwaukee. We hold firm to the teachings of the Catholic Church prior to the changes of Vatican II. We celebrate the mass following the traditional Latin Rite.

The Latin Mass as people like to call it, is the true expression of the Catholic Faith. We follow the religion Jesus Christ gave to the apostles, was preserved, nurtured and taught by the Roman Catholic Church, and which flourished up until the disastrous changes of Vatican II.

We make no compromise with the modern, liberal thinking that is so prevalent and harmful in so many of the churches today, even some of those that offer Latin Masses.

At St. Hugh of Lincoln Church we call ourselves Traditional Catholics. We follow all of the traditional Roman Catholic customs.These customs have all but disappeared in many of the Catholic churches in Milwaukee.

  • Mass in Latin including High Mass, Gregorian Chant, Incense
  • Frequent Confession
  • Reverent Communion (while kneeling, and on the tongue)
  • All the sacraments according to the traditional rites
  • Fasting 3 hours prior to communion
  • Friday abstinence
  • Benediction, Processions, Rosaries
  • Respect for the priests, reverence for the Blessed Sacrament
  • Modest respectful dress for Mass (Sunday best)
  • Respectful silence in church, reading and praying from the missal

We invite you to join us for mass and experience the mass as the saints did, and as your parents and grandparents did.

This Week’s Sermon

Day of Recollection on Naturalism – 3-19-17…Father Stephen McKenna


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