- Mass & Confession Schedule
- First Eucharist Preparation
- USCCB: The Mass
- USCCB: The Real Presence of Jesus
- Catholic Catechism
- Catholics Come Home: Eucharist and Mass
- EWTN on the Eucharist
The highest form of praise the Catholic Church can offer is the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass, in which we offer to God the very Body and Blood of His Son, Jesus Christ, and receive that same Body and Blood in the Eucharist.
If you or someone you know is homebound or hospitalized, please see our Ministry of Visitation and Care.
Low-gluten hosts are available for those members of our community who have an allergy to gluten or suffer from celiac disease. If you would like to receive a low-gluten host at Mass, we ask that you come to the sacristy before Mass begins. Please speak with Margi Horner, Director of Liturgy or one of our Gesu priests. Please contact Margi Horner if you have any questions.
Gesu offers Mass frequently. Click the Schedule link at right for days and times. The 6pm Sunday Mass is a collaboration between Gesu Parish and Marquette University Campus Ministry.
Gesu Parish is blessed with many volunteers who assist our celebration of the Mass as Greeters, Lectors, Ushers, Eucharistic Ministers, and Musicians. Are you one of our undiscovered blessings? Please contact Margi Horner, Director of Liturgy, or Dan Domrois, Director of Music.