Racism and Renewing Our Society
The Jesuit charism is to be Contemplatives in Action. Please read our statement as we hope to encourage the reader towards both contemplation and action.
What's Going on at Casa?
Urgent Call for Volunteers
Casa Romero is looking for volunteers to cook a meal for our retreats.
Ingredients will be provided for you to cook or you can shop for the food
and submit the receipts for reimbursement. You can cook the meal at
Casa or in your own home. The size of the group varies from 15-30 people.
We are in need of cooks for the following dates:
Saturday, July 27, 2019 - about 28 mothers/daughters-Quinceañera Retreat
Week of June 24th, M-F, 12:00 pm. - about 20 middle school students plus 4-5 leaders*
Week of July 8th, M-F, 5:00 pm. - about 22 high school boys plus 4-5 leaders*
Week of July 15th, M-F, 12:00 pm. - about 20 middle school students plus 4-5 leaders*
Week of July 22nd, M-F, 5:00 pm. - about 22 high school boys plus 4-5 leaders*
*For the week-long camps, we are not looking for people to do all the days of the week -
just one, or however many they would like to do.
For more information or to volunteer, please contact:
Sr. Jean Ellman
Silence in Spanish
Nearly 60 Spanish-speaking adults were led through 3 days of silence at the Jesuit Retreat House in Oshkosh by Casa Romero’s Acompañantes – leaders trained to give retreats and walk with others in prayerful reflection upon their lives. Many thanks to Casa Romero donors and JRH for making this retreat possible!
*Program sponsored by: Gesu Parish
Comunidad de Amigos
Casa Romero's new choir, Comunidad de Amigos, was invited to Holy Hill to lead the singing for Palm Sunday. Immediately the pastor invited them back! Click the video for the opportunity to be lifted up by their joyful music!
*Holy Apostles Parish generously donated several instruments to help start this program.
Middle school is a difficult emotional journey for most young people but it is all the more so for children of immigrants. Notre Dame Academy is one of two schools where Casa Romero leaders skillfully use art as a catalyst for facilitating important conversations in a safe environment among Latinx middle schoolers. Our goal, in conjunction with the school, is to walk with them towards purposeful, generous lives.
*Program sponsored by:
Milwaukee Public SchoolsPartnership for the Arts & Humanities
Greater Milwaukee Foundation-Mary L. Nohl Fund
Bader Philanthropies, Inc.