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Farewell Dinner for Fr. Tom

June 16, 2017 On Friday, June 16, a sit-down dinner was held at Shully’s in Thiensville to honor our pastor, Fr. Tom Eichenberger, for his 14+ years of service to the parish. Fr. Tom described it this way: “The glasses were full; the laughter was loud; the program was short; and the applause was almost thunderous. Even Archbishop Listecki made an appearance by video. It was thrilling, and one of...

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St. Francis Borgia Cemetery

Overview Many parishioners have never visited one of St. Francis Borgia’s most beautiful sites – the parish cemetery. It is the final resting place for deceased parishioners, including some who passed away more than 150 years ago. As a Catholic cemetery, the St. Francis Borgia Cemetery serves as a symbol of the extended community of believers, a community unbroken by death. It stands as a...

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Easter Vigil 2019

April 20, 2019 On Holy Saturday evening, the blessing of the Easter fire and the lighting of the Easter candle marked the beginning of the Easter Vigil. During the services of Light, Word, Water and Eucharist we heard stories of our salvation history and welcomed new members to our faith community. The Easter Vigil brought back many joyous alleluias to celebrate that Jesus Christ is risen!...

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Dedication of Infants’ Memorial at Our Cemetery

September 14, 2019 On Saturday morning, September 14, the St. Francis Borgia cemetery was the setting for a solemn gathering to commemorate the more than 60 million children lost to legal abortion since Roe v Wade in 1973. In addition, the newly installed infants' memorial was dedicated. Recent research using ground-penetrating radar at the cemetery revealed 197 unmarked graves, including 46...

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SFB Boy Scouts at Lasata

Dec. 11, 2016 On Sunday, December 11, more than 20 SFB Troop 3802 scouts, leaders, parents and siblings brought a little holiday cheer to the residents at the Lasata Senior Living Complex. The boys led the traditional singing of Christmas carols, and shared their repertoire of corny jokes. The best and most touching part of the afternoon was when the kids sat beside the residents and visited as...

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Love One Another, the Catholic Campaign

Dear Parishioners of St. Francis Borgia: We write today with immense gratitude for your generosity during the Love One Another Campaign. We exceeded our goal and pledged $3.445 million, and of that, $2.44 million will directly benefit capital improvements for our parish. This generosity assists in securing our future, demonstrates commitment to the mission of our Church, and supports vital...

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Love your Neighbor – Week 7 

In the past years, Archbishop Jerome E. Listecki has been writing a blog titled “Love One Another" which can be found on the archmil.org website. A few weeks ago, he chose to focus on a current topic that affects us all deeply, and one that is certainly appropriate to the general theme of loving our neighbor: the war currently raging in Ukraine. War has always been hell. But as the Archbishop...

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Love your Neighbor-Week 6

Another challenge left this Lent would be to love those who reject or ignore us, even those we consider an opponent or enemy. In this time of heightened political and social divisions comes “tribal” alliances. From that, we may limit our friends and our civility to those who share our viewpoint, while opposing those on the “other side” who see things differently. We might struggle with an...

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Share Christ, Celebrate Christ, Live Christ

On Easter we celebrate the Resurrection of Christ! It is through the resurrection that Christ defeated sin and death and opened for us the gates to eternal life. We have been preparing for 40 long days, through prayer and penance, so that we might be better prepared to receive Christ this day, and to better prepare our hearts to one day rise with Christ in eternal life. Today, we do not fast,...

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Mass Schedule

Weekend Masses (North Church) Sunday Masses, including the anticipated Mass on Saturday evening, are held at the North Church. The regular schedule is shown here. Saturday - 4:30 p.m.Sunday Morning - 8 a.m.Sunday Morning - 10 a.m. ad orientem (see "Ad Orientem Masses" below)Sunday Evening - 6 p.m. Low-gluten hosts will be available for those needing them. Please alert an usher prior to Mass, and...

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Prayer Opportunities

Prayer Chain One of the Spiritual Works of Mercy is to “pray for the living and the dead.” We have a group of prayer warriors ready to pray for those who need prayers. Parishioners and non-parishioners may request prayers for themselves or a loved one. Your prayer request is sent to the prayer chain and the prayer warriors begin storming heaven with prayers for your intentions. Requesting...

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Safe Environment

Safeguarding All God’s Family The goal of the Safeguarding All God’s Family Safe Environment program is to protect our children and all in the church family from abuse and related dangers.  As part of the Archdiocese of Milwaukee’s program for creating a safe environment for all of God’s family, all parish and school employees and volunteers (18 years of age/out of High School or older, who have...

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Frequently Asked Questions About the Endowment

What is the St. Francis Borgia Endowment? The Endowment is a long-term investment that allows us to plan for the financial future of our parish and school. All money contributed to the Endowment is added to the principal, which then accumulates interest. Only the interest or a portion of the interest is spent on the needs of the parish and school. The principal is not touched. Why does the...

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Special Events and Summer Programs

Totus Tuus Summer Camp July 11 – 15, 20229 a.m. – 3 p.m. daily at St. Francis Borgia Totus Tuus is a fun and faith-filled summer week held at our parish. Children play games, sing songs, pray, and learn about the Luminous Mysteries of the rosary, prayer and the Our Father while growing in their relationship with the Lord. For children currently in grades K-5 (in spring 2022) or entering grades...

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Who We Are

St. Francis Borgia Parish is located in Cedarburg, WI and is part of the Archdiocese of Milwaukee. We'd be happy to have you join with our faith community for worship and fellowship. For information about our parish, please browse our website pages, or contact us with your questions. Our vision is to be a parish that is: Welcoming Centered around the liturgy Practicing good stewardship Singing...

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New Members

Dear Friend in Christ,Welcome! We are eager to get to know you! Whether you are new to the area, coming back to the Catholic faith after an absence, or exploring our faith for the first time, we are here to help you on your journey. On this website you will find information about our worship: Sunday and daily masses, as well as eucharistic adoration. You'll also find information about...

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Family Life & Hospitality

A sense of community is important to any parish. To enrich the lives of parishioners, we provide periodic social activities and opportunities for fellowship where individual members, families and extended families of parishioners can gather and interact.The St. Francis Borgia Christian Women’s Circle is a charitable organization whose purpose is to support our parish, its school and those...

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Confirmation

Overview In confirmation, one receives the empowerment, grace, or gift of the Holy Spirit. This sacrament does many things: it perfects baptismal grace, imparts the Holy Spirit, roots us more deeply in a divine bond, strengthens our membership in the Church, helps us to bear witness to our faith, and imprints a mark or character on the soul. The seven gifts of the Holy Spirit received in...

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Donate clothing and toiletries for Milwaukee’s Inner City

St. Francis Borgia has ongoing collections for clothing and toiletry items as described below. Volunteers from our parish Inner City Ministry regularly deliver your donations to Milwaukee for those in need. Drop-off site We have a drop-off site here on the North Church campus for your clothing and toiletries donations. The Inner City Ministry shed is located on the Covered Bridge Road (east)...

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