Basilica of Saint Josaphat is a mission of the Conventual Franciscans in the Historic Lincoln Village on the south side of Milwaukee. The basilica is a Franciscan center for meditation, devotion, motivation, and beauty. The church is home to a thriving Roman Catholic parish and remains a testimony to the faith that the Polish immigrants founded. The church is a pilgrimage place, special devotion, and a center of historical significance for the faith. Basilica of Saint Josaphat is open to visitors Monday through Saturday from 10am to 3pm. Visitors can participate in self-guided tours where they can learn more about the architectural and artistic history of the Basilica. There is also a free display of photographs and details illustrating the story of the basilica. They offer unique tools to make this holiest of weeks sacred during these extraordinary times. Basilica of Saint Josaphat has over 1,000 on the ground floor and can handle hundreds more in the galleries.