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Weekend Masses are Saturdays at 4:15 p.m. and Sundays at 9:30 a.m.
Sunday’s Mass is livestreamed on our YouTube Channel.
Beginning October 3
Weekend Masses are Saturdays at 4:15 p.m. and Sundays at 8:30 a.m. and 10:30 a.m.
Sunday’s 8:30 a.m. Mass is livestreamed on our YouTube Channel.
Bishop David L. Ricken has reinstated the Sunday Mass obligation effective September 19-20. With Christian joy and faith in our Lord Jesus Christ, the time has come for us to return to worship God at Mass on Sundays. Even with the reinstatement of the obligation to attend Sunday Mass, it is important to note there are occasions when the obligation does not apply, for example, if individuals in their well-formed conscience believe that going into public places would place their health or the health of their loved ones in serious jeopardy. For more information, click the following link to be forwarded to the Diocese’s website https://www.gbdioc.org/news-stories/bishop-david-l-ricken-reinstates-obligation-to-attend-sunday-mass.
Dispensation is still in effect for the following
- Those, who in their well-formed conscience, believe that going into public places would place their health or the health of their loved ones in serious jeopardy.
- Those who are frail due to illness or age.
- Anyone who has a compromised immune system or health issues.
- Anyone feeling ill or showing signs of illness such as fever, cough, flu-like symptoms (even if not COVID-19 related) or if you’ve been recently exposed to someone who is ill or suspected of having COVID-19 or has COVID-19.
Guidelines for Attending Mass
- Please enter through the main front doors (#1).
- A face mask must be worn at all times except when receiving Communion. Bring your own face mask. If you do not have one, one will be provided.
- Physical distancing of at least 6-feet apart will be practiced.
- Temperatures will be taken as you enter. Hand sanitizer is also available.
- An usher will escort you or direct you to your chair in the worship area.
- All are asked to receive Communion in the hand.
- Gloves may not be worn to receive Communion.
- Bulletins will be distributed at the end of Mass.
- Exit through door #2.
“Jesus is as a fire in the very center of our souls ever burning.
Yet, we are cold because we do not stay by it. “
Words of wisdom from our patron saint submitted by parishioner Mary B.
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A welcome message from Sr. Marla Clercx
Sister Marla Clercx, ANG, is our Pastoral Leader. She served as Pastoral Leader at St. John, Gillett; St. Michael, Suring; and the Chapel at Chute Pond. As a highly respected leader in our diocese, she brings a new dimension of pastoral care and vision to our faith community.
Fr. Bob Karuhn is our Priest Celebrant. He presides at two of our weekend Masses and two weekday Masses. Father was ordained a priest in 1965. He started out at UW-Oshkosh with the intent of obtaining a secondary education degree, but he heeded God’s persistent call to the priesthood during one of his summer breaks. He talked to his pastor and changed course attending Sacred Heart Minor Seminary in Oneida and then St. Francis Seminary in Milwaukee. Father retired from full-time, active ministry in 2010 with his last appointment being Pastor at Sacred Heart Parish in Appleton for 11 years. Since retirement, he’s been helping out in parishes. Fr. Bob enjoys horses, horseback riding, and getting together with friends to play cards.
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