Holy Week Schedule is as follows: Palm Sunday (April 1/2) Normal weekend Mass times / Holy Thursday (April 6) 7pm / Good Friday (April 7) 1pm, 7pm / Easter Vigil (April 8 ) 8pm / Easter Sunday (April 9 ) 7,9, & 11 am
Most Blessed Sacrament (St. Mary's Site) is hosting a Divine Mercy Sunday celebration on April 16th with spiritual activities from 11:30am-3:30pm. There will be adoration, confession (with six priests available), rosary (all mysteries), the Chaplet of Divine Mercy at 3:00pm, followed by a Mass.
- City Wide Reconciliation Service will be on Thursday, March 30, 2pm at St. Raphael, and at 6:30pm at St Jude (St Vincent Site)
Friday Night Fish Fries are being held every Friday throughout Lent (March 24, 31). Click here for more information.
- Soup and Study will be held on Tuesday March 28 from Noon-1:00pm. Come for lunch, enjoy a bowl of soup, and learn while you're eating! Fr. John Silva will be talking about God's Great Mercy and Forgiveness.
- The Bishop's Appeal 2023 has begun. Click here to be directed to our webpage with more information. You can also visit the Diocese of Green Bay Catholic Foundation.
- Sunday Mass with Bishop Ricken, broadcast on WFRV-Local 5, will be broadcast at 10:30am beginning February 12
- Fr. Tom and Fr. Kevin have begun a Homily Series at the Weekend Masses centered on Bishop Ricken's recent pastoral letter "Encountering Jesus in the Eucharist." The document can be downloaded here. Homily recordings can be accessed here each week if you missed a Mass, or wish to listen to the homily again.
- The theme for this weekend's homily is "Five Alive Practices: Rosary" which is based on page 39 of Bishop Ricken's letter.
- Effective May 29, the new permanent Sunday morning Mass times are 8 am and 10 am. The 8 am Mass is the radio/livestream Mass. The 10 am Mass offers Children's Liturgy of the Word (CLOW) when available.