All of you are the children of God, through faith, in Christ Jesus, since every one of you that has been baptized has been clothed in Christ. There can be neither Jew nor Greek, there can be neither slave nor free, there can be neither male nor female -- for you are all one in Christ Jesus.

Galatians 3:26-28 


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Dominican Fr. Thomas Doyle meets with members of pontifical commission on sex abuse
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Dominican Fr. Thomas Doyle meets with members of pontifical commission on sex abuse
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Still the Second Sex
"Last Friday Seventh Day Adventists voted to continue to deny ordination to women. Earlier this month, three women AME pastors in South Carolina received hateful, menacing letters denouncing them for violating biblical norms about women's submission." Read the complete article here
What Faith Is Not - Joan Chittister

Faith is not about understanding the ways of God. It is not about maneuvering God into a position of human subjugation, making a God who is a benign deity who exists to see life as we do. Faith, in fact, is not about understanding at all. It is about awe in the face of the God of all. And it is awe that inspires an alleluia to the human soul.

Faith is about reverencing precisely what we do not understand—the mystery of the Life Force that generates life for us all. It is about grounding ourselves in a universe so intelligent, so logical, so clearly loving that only a God in love with life could possibly account for it completely.

When we center our power outside ourselves, which is of the essence of faith, we have faith in something greater than our smallness. We take our very lack of control as a sign of God’s presence in the world. It is precisely because of our smallness that we can come to see and trust the greatness of God that surrounds us. It is only then that we can really come to see the face of God in the face of the other.

Faith in what we cannot control, do not see, cannot understand destroys the idol that is ourselves. It is only the deep-down belief that we are not the be-all and end-all of the universe that can save us from ourselves. It is the awareness of being part of something vast and intelligent and well-intentioned that gives purpose to life, that leads us to seek beyond the horizons of our smallness to the hope that tomorrow, warped as we may be today, we can all be better.

Faith in God is the only ground we have for faith in ourselves, in humanity, in life. Then we may care enough about others, about the purpose of God for all human life, to go beyond the kind of religion that turns God into a local deity and life into a zero-sum game in which winner takes all and losers abound.

—from Uncommon Gratitude by Joan Chittister (Liturgical Press)

TEILHARD DE CHARDIN - His Importance in the 21st Century.
On April 9, 2015, in commemoration of the 60th anniversary of his death, Georgetown University hosted a symposium, “Teilhard de Chardin: His Importance in the 21st Century.” Watch the video here
The Vatican is doling out its harshest punishment to some of Minnesota’s most devoted Catholics.
Read the whole article here
What Sister Joan Chittister Believes Will Change the World
Sister Joan Chittister is an outspoken advocate of justice, peace and equality, especially for women, all over the world. See the video here
After Weekend Ordination, Gorham Woman Says She Will Assume Role Of A Roman Catholic Priest
A radical event took place Saturday in a most traditional setting: a tiny, white, classic New England church in Shelburne. Mary Catherine White was ordained and now considers herself a Roman Catholic priest.
Read the whole article here.

Dear Friends of Justice, Peace and Integrity of Creation,
An important read on Human Trafficing,child labor and some other rellated topics. Read the complete posting here.

A Blessing of Motherhood
Mother’s Day is a day with different meanings for each of us. For some it is a joyous occasion. For others, it is one of great difficulty. For still others, it is bittersweet. Let us pray then for motherhood in all its many facets. Read the complete blog posting here.

Church Activities
Pastor Alice Iaquinta

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We invite you to join us to share in the joy, peace, friendship, healing and love that God's Word, communion and Spirit provide.  We see ourselves as a spiritual refugee camp for the many disenfranchised, disillusioned and dishonored faithful Catholics who want to live their faith true to the vision of the Vatican II Council.   

Jim & alice
  Pastor Jim Ryan

Parking will continue to be problematic for the Mary of Magdala and Wauwatosa Ave. United Methodist Churches due to the safety issues requiring the closing of the parking ramp and due to the zoo interchange construction. Only handicapped parking is still available on the second story of the ramp and that is temporary.

Parking permission has been granted to us at these sites on Sunday mornings:

1. East High School parking lots on 74th Street. 74h is a one-way street going south, so access from the north--off of Hillcrest.
2. Codie & Co. 1457 Underwood Aveparking lot
3. Red Store Lot - 7720 Harwood
4. Hart's Mill - 7735 Harwood
5. Blanchard St. - 7470 Blanchard St.
6. Harmonee Lot - 7600 Harmoneea

Worship Place & Time

Southeastern Wisconsin: Wauwatosa
Mary of Magdala, Apostle to the Apostles
An Inclusive Vatican II Catholic Church
Serving Southeastern Wisconsin
1529 Wauwatosa Avenue
Wauwatosa, WI 53213
9:45 A.M. Mass every Sunday
Contact: Co-Pastor Alice Iaquinta RCWP, M.Div.
Phone: 414-791-9952
Facebook Page: Mary-of-Magdala-Apostle-to-the-Apostles-Catholic-Church



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It is with great joy for all of us that the Midwest Region of Roman Catholic Womenpriests extends this invitation to all who wish to participate.


The Roman Catholic Womenpriests of the Midwest Region joyfully invite you to the
Ordination to the Diaconate
of Ruth Lindstedt
Bishop Nancy Louise Meyer, Presider
Saturday, August 1, 2015
1:30 P.M.
Holy Wisdom Monastery
Middleton, Wisconsin

Reception will follow RSVP acceptance with name and number attending to Mary Smith at |
Please RSVP by July 24 Clergy members are invited to vest
and participate in the entrance procession.
The color of the day is white.

We welcome your presence and support.
If you choose to donate to Roman Catholic Women Priests, please make checks payable to RCWP-Midwest.

Holy Wisdom Monastery, 4200 County Road M, Middleton, Wisconsin 53562

*Artwork is a handwoven tapestry, at Grace Lutheran Church, Scarsdale, NY


Maria Thornton McClain
Roman Catholic Womanpriest
mobile 317-888-6026


Pastor, St. Mary of Magdala Catholic Community

Grounded in tradition, soaring with the Spirit!
Mass at 5:00 PM, on 1st, 3rd & 5th Sun. of each month
Indiana Interchurch Center, 1100 W. 42nd St. 46208