Below are links to information regarding our cluster committees and councils.

Parish Council


The St. John XXIII Pastoral Council serves as a consultative body to the pastor in promoting the vision and mission of our parishes. The Pastoral Council seeks to discern God’s will for our parish and oversees strategic programs. The Pastoral Council has a number of standing committees and ad hoc commissions that facilitate the ministry of our parishes. The Pastoral Council meets on the fourth Tuesday of the month at 6:30 pm they meet at the St. Peter’s church site. All are welcome to attend the meetings. See the bulletin or calendar for changes in dates and meeting places.

Finance Council


The Finance Council provides advice and guidance to the Pastor in the administration of Parish and school assets. The Council prepares the Parish/school budget, reviews financial statements, monitors the financial condition of the parish and school (including regular financial reviews), reviews any indebtedness of the parish/school, and provides assistance in the formulation and communication of an annual financial report to the parish and school community. The Finance Council is appointed by the Pastor, this is not an open meeting. The Finance Council Chair is Brian Amore.

Human Concern’s Commission


More information coming soon!

Prayer & Worship Commission


The Prayer & Worship Commission meets at 7:00 pm on the first Thursday of the month, September – June, in the St. John XXIII. Meetings are listed in the bulletin and monthly calendar.

This committee cultivates and gives direction to the liturgical aspect of parish life. They provide opportunities for parishioners to deepen their faith through a variety of prayer experiences and coordinating liturgical celebrations within the cluster. They identify the spiritual needs of parishioners and maintain an ongoing program of education and training for liturgical ministers.

Stewardship Commission


This commission educates and promotes the giftedness of all parishioners and the responsibility of disciples to steward all resources. The members collaborate with the pastor and staff to develop strategies and practices which invite all parishioners and the parish organization itself to share time, talent, and treasure. For more information, please contact Michael Linstroth, (262) 536-4412,

Stewardship – what is it, anyway?  We often think about stewardship as a request for money, especially in the context of Church. But in reality, stewardship is much, much broader and all-encompassing. According to the U.S. Bishop’s Pastoral Letter on Stewardship, stewardship is helping the Church’s mission with our personal resources. Yes, money is part of it but so is sharing of skills, talents, passions and energy.

In a spirit of thanksgiving to God for all of His blessings, parishioners are asked to make a just and generous weekly or monthly contribution to the parish. Contributions can be made through a monthly bank draft or with envelopes provided by the office.

Stewardship of Time and Talent: All members of our community have wonderful gifts and talents to share with the parish. Your participation in any way in the life of our parish helps make our community vibrant and strong. This booklet offers many ways to share your time and talent. In a spirit of thanksgiving to God for all of His blessings, parishioners are invited to share of their time and talent and to be active parishioners in parish life.