We are the faith-filled families of St. Luke Parish, a Catholic community in Brookfield, Wisconsin located at 18000 West Greenfield Avenue. We extend a warm welcome and invite you to come visit us.

LENT 2023

As together we make this Lenten journey ‘From Ashes to the Living Font’ –a journey to Jerusalem, our destiny, we find ourselves in the garden and the desert. We ask God’s grace that we might face the experiences of conversion in our own lives and overcome the temptation to manipulate and control God which stifles growth. Our ‘becoming real or God-like’ amidst the lust for power, greed and materialism is a life long journey; a process of ongoing conversion.

            So much threatens to overwhelm our peace of mind these days. In the midst of temptation and violence we definitely need one another offering hope for the journey. Journeying together; offering acceptance and hope in Christ is what it means to be Church. This journey makes us one!

            Each year on our Sundays of Lent, as we begin Eucharist, we assume a truly penitential posture; we kneel, admit our sinfulness, are reconciled with self, others, creation; with God, and sing of God’s merciful forgiveness. “Be merciful, O Lord, for we have sinned.” “Kyrie eleison (Lord have mercy.)” Together we are reconciled in Christ. We are grateful!

            Join us in worship, formation and outreach. All are welcome!           Fr. Augustine


The Cross and Ashes will greet us at the Baptismal Pool. Anyone is welcome to sign themselves with Blessed Ashes or maybe sign each other as a Family.


Stations of the Cross

Please join us for Stations of the Cross on Friday evenings during Lent at 6:30 PM in church.

Lenten Formation Materials

Little Black Books and other resources including Almsgiving Boxes are available on Formation Table in the Narthex.

A Lenten Cross

This year we are offering you a Cross for your pocket. In little packets you will find a cross, a poem about the cross in your pocket and The Prayer Process by Dynamic Catholic. Let this be a reminder to pray daily during this Lenten season.

Lenten Faith Formation Series: Who is Jesus?

Learn who Jesus was in the eyes of the four Gospel writers and then decide for yourself through the use of art and music. Come prepared to join in conversation about the many sides/faces of Jesus. All sessions will take place in Room 204 at 6:30pm. If you have questions please contact Cathy Smith [email protected] or (262) 782-0032 ext. 106.       Jesus through the eyes of Matthew Wednesday, March 01, 2023

    Jesus through the eyes of Mark Wednesday, March 08, 2023

    Jesus through the eyes of Luke Wednesday, March 15, 2023

    Jesus through the eyes of John Wednesday, March 22, 2023

    Jesus from Annunciation to Wednesday, March 29, 2023

Pentecost in Music and Art


Cash Donations for SVdP outreach within St. Pius X Parish, Gbagalape, Abuja, Nigeria

Boxes are available for sacrificial offerings (almsgiving) to the St. Vincent de Paul Society of our Sister Parish, St. Pius X in Nigeria. Our Lenten Almsgiving connects us in a special way to our neighbors miles away.

Almsgiving Collections each Sunday of Lent:

1st Sunday of Lent, Feb. 26th  Monthly Grocery Collection for Waukesha Food Pantry/SVdP Outreach

2nd Sunday of Lent, Mar.  5th- Oral Hygiene Items for MacCanon Brown Homeless Sanctuary

3rd Sunday of Lent, Mar. 12th- Baby Supplies for MacCanon Brown Homeless Sanctuary

4th Sunday of Lent, Mar. 19th- Personal Hygiene Items for MacCanon Brown Homeless Sanctuary

5th Sunday of Lent, Mar. 26th- Monthly Grocery Collection for Waukesha Food Pantry/SVdP Outreach

     Palm Sunday,    Apr.   2nd -Cleaning Supplies for MacCanon Brown Homeless Sanctuary

Fast and Abstinence During Lent

All persons who have reached their 14th birthday are bound by the law of abstinence. All adults are bound by the law of fast from their 18th to their 60th year. Ash Wednesday and Good Friday are days of fast as well as days of abstinence from meat and meat products. Other Fridays of Lent remain days of abstinence from meat and meat products.

Customarily, fasting required that a person take only one meal a day, but current Church discipline permits one to take a main meal and two lesser meals which together do not equal the main meal. See video on fasting at stlukebrookfield.org.

Rite of Continuing Conversion: At all Masses for this Sunday, February 26th, we, as a community of the Baptized, will celebrate the Rite of Continuing Conversion. While the presence of the Candidates is essential as we journey together in faith, it is the sponsors (and parents/Godparents) who will be asked to testify to the growth and development of the Candidates. WE ALL as a St. Luke Community will be asked if we support our Candidates as they journey with us to Easter.

St. Luke Fish Fry - Save the Dates—Join Us!

Mark your calendars for the 3 Lenten Fish Fries March 3, 17 and 31st serving from 4:30 to 7:00 pm.

Baked or fried cod, panko or coconut shrimp, baked potato, French fries or potato pancake, rye bread and coleslaw.

Fish $12, Shrimp $13. Come and enjoy a fish fry and entertainment. TO HELP please sign up through VSP or contact Paul Zarling at [email protected] or 262.352.4579. Lenten Fish Fry Flyer in bulletin; at stlukebrookfield.org.

St. Luke Intergenerational/Whole Parish Catechesis; The Mass (Eucharist) following 10:30 Mass

March 5: Liturgy of the Eucharist                  May 7: Sending Rites

The deepening of our faith does not start and stop with the seasons. We are called to nurture our faith continually. We will continue our series on the Mass at our upcoming Intergenerational/Whole Parish Catechesis Sessions. The Our focus is fitting since the US bishops have announced a National Eucharistic Revival for this year. The sessions will be in Carpenter Hall following the 10:30 Mass.

12 Hours of Reconciliation—March 29th On Ash Wednesday St. Paul encouraged us ‘Be reconciled to God.’

From 8 AM to 8 PM multiple priest confessors will be available at St. Dominic Catholic Church, 18255 W. Capital Dr., Brookfield. May celebrating the Sacrament of Reconciliation be a priority on our Lenten Journey of Baptismal

Renewal. The Sacrament of Reconciliation may also be celebrated each Saturday from 4-4:30 PM at St. Luke.



Fish Fry


Mass Times

Masses for Sunday:
Saturday 5:00 PM
Sunday 8:00 AM and 10:30 AM

Tuesdays & Wednesdays - 8:00 AM

2023 Catholic Stewardship Appeal

Mission Statement

We, the people of St. Luke Catholic Faith Community, open to the Spirit, seek to grow in faith through liturgical participation, lifelong Christian formation, and social ministries of the Church.

We accept our responsibility as Christian Stewards in the sharing of our time, talents, and treasure as we journey together ‘living into our Baptism’. We honor our past, celebrate our present, and embrace the future as together we build a household of faith in which all are welcome.

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Office Hours

Mon., Wed., Thurs., Fri.
9:00 AM-5:00 PM

11:00 AM - 7:00 PM