St. Bernadette Parish is a welcoming Catholic faith community, empowered by the Holy Spirit to help bring about the Kingdom of God, through worshiping in sacrament, teaching the Word, and serving as Jesus did.
We are proud of our heritage and the ways it continues to form our ministries. We are inspired by the life and blessings of our patron, St. Bernadette, and called to live Jesus' ministries in our neighborhood and beyond.
Learn more about us.
We hope you will visit us, to witness our passion in action.
St. Bernadette Parish in the News
Our faith community is getting attention from the local Catholic news media. Great news, humbly shared.
Neighborhood party leads to lifetime of parish involvement
Ecumenical Palm Sunday gathering marks 45 years
Weekly Mass Schedule
Tuesday and Thursday: 5:30pm (excluding Holy Thursday)
Wednesday will vary depending on the school's Mass/prayer service schedule. Please check the bulletin or contact the parish office.
Friday: 8:00am (excluding Good Friday)
Holy Days and other special days: If not listed below, check the bulletin or contact the parish office.
Thanksgiving: Vigil Mass on Wednesday, November 25, at 6:30pm. (There will be no 8:00am Mass on November 25.)
There will be no daily Masses on November 26 or 27. Have a blessed Thanksgiving!
Feast of the Immaculate Conception of Mary (Holy Day of Obligation): December 8, Masses at 8:00am and 7:00pm
Sacrament of Reconciliation
First and third Saturdays of each month at 4:00pm, with the exception of Holy Saturday.
Communal Reconciliation celebrated during Advent and Lent within our tri-parish cluster.
If Northwest Catholic School is closed due to inclement weather, the St. Bernadette Parish office will also be closed. To verify that we are closed, watch for St. Bernadette Parish (or Saint Bernadette Parish) in the closings on Today's TMJ 4, Fox 6, or WISN Channel 12, or look for us on the closing pages on their websites.
Because of vacation days, the parish and school offices might not always be open at the scheduled times during the summer months. It would be best to call before your visit to be sure someone is available.
We asked our parishioners and friends what makes them proud to be a part of the Catholic faith community of St. Bernadette Parish. Here is what they told us.
Come visit us to feel it for yourself. All are welcome.
"For over 40 years, St. Bernadette has been a very warm, helpful, and wonderful parish. I feel at home here with God and so does my family."
"I am proud of all the outreach that is done to improve our community."
"St. Bernadette community lives its faith by its joyous, welcoming spirit and its generosity in meeting the needs of the poor, sorrowing, and sick."
Our Fish Fry!
Dine in or carry out...just find out why people are buzzing about our fabulous fish fry! New this year: potato pancakes are available for purchase. Click here to see the fish fry schedule.
We serve diverse families by providing high-quality Catholic education to build a better world, through growth in faith, academics, skills, service, leadership, and social development.
Now enrolling grades K4-8.
We are a Choice school.
Stewardship is a way of life. It is recognizing that all we have is a gift from God, and because we are so grateful for what we have received, we freely share those gifts with others. Learn more about how sharing your time, talent, and treasure is making a big difference.