St. Hugh of Lincoln Roman Catholic Church

This Week's Mass Schedule

Mon 9/25/23 Ferial Day
Tue 9/26/23 Ss. Isaac Jogues & Comp.
Ss. Cyprian and Justin
Wed 9/27/23 Ss. Cosmas & Damian
Thu 9/28/23 St. Wenceslaus
6:00 PM Holy Hour
Fri 9/29/23 St. Michael the Archangel
5:30 PM Confessions
6:00 PM Mass & Benediction
Sat 9/30/23 St. Jerome
7:30 AM Confessions
8:00 AM Mass
Sun 10/1/23 Rosary Sunday
Pentecost XVIII
St. Remigius
8:00 AM Confessions, Rosary
8:45 AM High Mass
10:45 AM Confessions, Rosary
11:15 AM Low Mass

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The Altar at St. Hugh of Lincoln

This Week’s Sermon(s)

Our Lady of Ransom – 17th Sunday after Pentecost – September 24, 2023

St. Hugh of Lincoln Live Streamed Masses

We have begun streaming some of our Masses on our YouTube channel. You can see previous live streams and any current streams under the “Live” tab on the St. Hugh of Lincoln YouTube channel.

If you’d like to be notified when a live stream begins, subscribe to the channel and “ring the bell” to receive notifications of new videos or live streams when they are posted.

Sacrament of Confirmation

Congratulations to our recent Confirmandi, Confirmed by Bishop McGuire on the Feast of Our Lady of Mount Carmel, Sunday July 14, 2023!

Bp. McGuire with Confirmandi and Servers, July 2023

Did You Know?

His Excellency, Bishop Charles McGuire, was recently interviewed on Catholic Family Podcast:

Several of our clergy have appeared on Catholic Family Podcast in recent months, telling the stories of their journeys to the priesthood, including Fr. McKenna, Fr. Lehtoranta, Fr. Nkamuke, and Fr. Ojeka.

Father Stephen McKenna: A Journey to the Priesthood

Father Vili Lehtoranta: From Finland to parish Priest in Cinci

Fr Bede Nkamuke discusses the missions and seminary in Nigeria

Father Thomas Ojeka tells his story of perseverance in seeking Truth

A new ongoing series on Philosophy with Fr. McKenna, also began recently on the channel.

An Introduction to Philosophy – With Father Stephen McKenna

Plato, Aristotle, Socrates…not morons (Intro to Philosophy part 2)

Errors of Modern Philosophy with Fr McKenna: Hedonism & Stoicism

The Errors of Modern Philosophy with Fr McKenna: Rationalism & Empiricism

Fr. McKenna’s Series on Catholic Courtship

Courtship Basics with Fr Stephen McKenna

Courtship the Catholic way (Part 2) – With Father Stephen McKenna 

The Dangers of “Platonic Relationships”

On Long Courtships and Big Weddings 


Catholic Family Podcast’s YouTube channel is here:


About the traditional Latin Mass

About St. Hugh of Lincoln Roman Catholic Church

Please Read from Father McKenna

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.








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