We experienced technical difficulties and weren’t able to livestream Palm Sunday Mass. It is being recorded and will be uploaded to our YouTube Channel later today. We apologize.
Attention All Who Sew
Prevea is accepting handmade facemasks for the Green Bay Hospitals from 10am to 2pm now until April 10 at the 1001 Porlier Street building next to Parking Lot E. Pull up to the 15-minute loading zone on Porlier Street. There is a large laundry bin available for mask drop off. Click the links below for the approved mask patterns. Thank you.
As of March 25, 2020
A L L M A S S E S A N D E V E N T S H A V E B E E N C A N C E L E D
Lenten Practices and Precepts
The fundamental obligation is to make Lent a penitential season, choosing practices that are adapted to one’s own circumstances. The Church no longer attempts to prescribe Lenten practices in detail.
Fasting on Good Friday
Those between the ages of 18 and 59 are to fast. Fasting means having only one full meal and two small meals, if necessary, for strength.
Abstaining from Meat on all the Fridays of Lent (including Ash Wednesday & Good Friday)
Those from the age of 14 and up are to abstain from eating meat. Exclusions include pregnant or nursing women, the physically or mentally ill, and individuals suffering from chronic illnesses such as diabetes. In all cases, common sense should prevail, and ill persons should not further
jeopardize their health by fasting.
All Catholics are bound to confess their sins once a year.
All Catholics are bound by the obligation to receive Communion at least once a year. This precept is to be fulfilled during the Easter Season up to Trinity Sunday or anytime during the weeks of Lent.
Thank you for visiting our web site. Our parish community strives to help you feel welcomed, valued, and enriched in Christ. No matter what stage of growth – or challenge – you are experiencing, you have much to offer our community of faith. Together we can grow as Christian Catholics! After reading more about us, come and join us in person this weekend.
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.
Sign up below to receive email and/or text notifications from us via Flocknote.
This is free* for you to use; you don’t have to download anything or create a password in order to participate. Just take a couple of minutes to sign up. Your information is kept private, and you can update your communication preferences or unsubscribe at any time!
Types of Messages We’ll Text and/or Email You
▪ Holy Day Mass Times
▪ Parish Updates and Events
▪ Unexpected Cancellations