Yesterday, the CMH community welcome Milwaukee's auxiliary bishop emeritus, the Most Reverend Richard Sklba as presider and homilist at our monthly all-school liturgy.
His Excellency preached in the faith-filled willingness to offer "charity in all things" of the saint of the day, St. Elizabeth of Hungary.
After mass, the Bishop enjoyed meeting CMH students, especially many of the seniors whom he confirmed last spring.
He spent time with CMH Inclusivity Leader, Monica Marchon, They spoke at length about the growing Hispanic population in Waukesha and at CMH, and the positive impact of international students on the CMH experience.
After mass, the Bishop and I spoke at length about CMH's for a new chapel, for the Student Growth Plan, and for the Crusader Day of Service in a few weeks. The Bishop was grateful for the chance to preside at CMH and complimentary of all our students.