March 29, 2020 - March 19, 2021 (click here for Prayer To St Joseph)
Bishop David Ricken’s declaration of a Year of Prayer in honor of St. Joseph in the Diocese of Green Bay continues through March 19, 2021. There are three areas of intentions to bring to the attention and special care of St. Joseph: strengthening and healing of marriages and family life; prayer for the Universal Church, especially Church leaders; and a significant increase of vocations to the priesthood in the diocese.
Bishop Ricken declared the Shrine of St. Joseph at Old St. Joseph Church on the St. Norbert College campus as a pilgrimage location to obtain a partial indulgence through March 19, 2021. It is a tremendous gift to have such a long-standing tradition of devotion to St. Joseph right in our own neighborhood, in our own diocese. For more about the Year of St. Joseph, click here to visit the Diocese’s website.
Please come and join other parishioners from the parish who are interested in fundraising on February 2 at 6:30pm. We will meet in the gathering space at Church. Come with ideas and/or plans that you feel will help Saint Joseph raise money to help support the ministry of Saint Joseph Parish, for now and beyond.
For those who receive Living with Christ, the February issues are available in the gather space.
Saturday - 4 PM
Sunday - 10AM
Thursday - Rosary 7:40AM and Mass 8AM
Friday - Rosary 7:40AM and Mass 8AM
- Join us SATURDAY at 4 p.m. for Mass livestreamed on YouTube. Click here to get to the YouTube channel. To see the permission to have music on YouTube click here
- Stewardship message from Fr Dave Ruby. click here
- To fill out the stewardship commitment form, click here.
- A meeting to explore two of the options regarding the rectory was held on January 14 at 6:00 pm. The two options that were be presented at this meeting were establishing a Catholic Worker House and renting the rectory to a non-profit organization. For a replay of the meeting, click here to see it on our YouTube channel
Face masks are required for Mass attendees starting August 1.
Governor Evers released several Executive Orders on July 30: one declaring a Public Health Emergency and another issuing an Emergency Order that requires individuals to wear face coverings when indoors, but not in a private residence, starting August 1 through September 28.
There is now a new executive order which extends the requirement to January 19, 2021.
For more information, click the following for the press release
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Come visit us for one of our mass celebrations or just stop in the Parish Office to speak to Father David Ruby or one of our cheerful staff members.
Give us a call at (920) 869-2244 or send an email to Brenda Rybicki-Smith at [email protected]
We look forward to hearing from you!