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Monthly Archives: November 2015

Please join us for one of our special events this Christmas season!

GINA FRANKSAn Afternoon with Santa and his Reindeer
Friday, December 4, 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm
The Town Center
2330 N Prospect Ave
RSVPs required – contact Bridget McNair at (414) 220‐3229 or bmcnair@milwaukeecatholichome.org.

Holiday Tea and Open House
Friday, December 11, 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm
2462 N Prospect Ave
RSVPs required – contact Linda Cardinale at (414) 220-3216 or lcardinale@milwaukeecatholichome.org.

Advent Taize Prayer Services
Wednesdays, December 2nd, 9th and 23rd, 7:00 pm
St. Anne Chapel
2462 N Prospect Ave

The Residence Christmas Party
Wednesday, December 16, 4:30 pm
The Astor Room
Featuring the Milwaukee Metropolitan Voices and the American Legion Band

Intergenerational Christmas Spectacular
Thursday, December 17, 2:30 pm
3rd Floor Multipurpose Room
2330 N Prospect Ave

MCH Choir Christmas Concert
Tuesday, December 22, 7:00 pm
The Astor Room
2462 N Prospect Ave

Christmas Eve Mass
Thursday, December 24, 2:30 pm
St. Joachim Chapel
2330 N Prospect Ave

Christmas Day Mass
Friday, December 25, 10:00 am
St. Anne Chapel
2462 N Prospect Ave

At Milwaukee Catholic Home, we work to create innovative places and memorable moments that enhance the experience of our residents and their families and engage the broader community.  Click here to find out about our exciting new programs, and how you can help!


From new technologies to advanced treatments to different communication methods – the contemporary health care and long term care industries have faced unique challenges and complexities in recent decades. As a Catholic institution, Milwaukee Catholic Home is committed to navigating these challenges with the highest standards of ethical practices in the light of Church teaching. To support this effort, Milwaukee Catholic Home has partnered with Clement Manor, a Catholic retirement community on Milwaukee’s south side, in the formation of a joint ethics committee.

Both organizations have committed to a central purpose statement to guide the activities of the joint ethics committee. Our shared goals include providing opportunities for reflection and recommendations about ethical and moral issues, facilitating educational materials and programs, and providing guidance for organizational practices and policies.

Our first meeting was held on November 15th, and laid the groundwork for many fruitful conversations to come. To prepare for the meeting, members were asked to participate in a webinar on medically administered nutrition and hydration from the Catholic Health Association. The CHA, of which Milwaukee Catholic Home is an active member, is an national network and resource for Catholic health care institutions.

We look forward to continued work with Clement Manor in this important and exciting undertaking!