Your Catholic Church in Shiocton, WI

COVID-19:

Public Masses Suspended

Churches Open for Private Prayer:

Monday - Friday
St. Patrick: 7a - 5p
St. Denis: 5p - 8p, Fr. Michael available for confession or spiritual discussion

Saturday
St. Patrick: 8a - 5p
St. Denis: 1p - 4p, Fr. Michael available for confession or spiritual discussion

Sunday
St. Patrick: 9a - 5p
St. Denis: 1p - 4p, Fr. Michael available for confession or spiritual discussion

Office
Our office Staff are monitoring phone calls and e-mails:
[email protected]
920.757.5090
After hours emergency line: 920.986.3369

Faith Formation Classes
All in person child and adult faith formation classes are suspended during the public health crisis.  

Mass Through the Glass

Catholic Comeback for the Diocese of Green Bay

May 14, 2020

For St. Denis and St. Patrick, Mass through the Glass will continue this Sunday.

Diocesan Church guidelines are in place from the date they are issued regardless of changes in government directives until further church guidelines are distributed.

We are called at this time to find the balance between bold faith and prudent safety. We are keenly aware of the need for communion and community. We anticipate being able to distribute communion on Sunday, May 31. Please check back for plan updates. 

 

mass through the glass

Mass on Sundays at 10:30 AM
Attend in your car in the St. Denis parking lot
W7728 Oak St. Shiocton
Listen on channel 89.5 FM

Printable Card with text for responses at Mass
Printable Sheet with text for hymns on Sunday, May 24
Printable Sheet with Prayer to St. Joseph

Please enter the parking lot from the Oak Street entrance, and follow the directions of our parking lot attendants. We do request that you remain in your cars so that everyone can maintain healthy distancing precautions. 

This is currently the best arrangement we have come up with to facilitate your physical presence at Mass. However, we will not be distributing communion. While we should never lose the desire to receive Jesus in the Eucharist, please remember that the primary purpose of Mass is to glorify God. This gives us all an opportunity to focus on how we give to God and what it means glorify Him in our worship.

We are coordinating with the Green Bay Diocese and the Shiocton Police and have received exceptional permission to continue this arrangement. We want this to be carried out well, so that we don’t hinder the potential to continue this arrangement in the future.  We encourage your patience with us and with each other, as we all try something new. 

Keep in mind that the dispensation from the obligation to attend Sunday Mass is still in place, and attendance at this Mass is not required. If you prefer to pray privately at home or to watch a virtual Mass (i.e. TV local channel 5 with Bishop Ricken) that is still a good option for personal prayer.

Sunday Mass Times 

Public Masses are suspended for the time being.

Saturday 
4:00 p.m.         Mass, St. Denis

Sunday
8:30 a.m.         Mass, St. Patrick
10:30 a.m.       Mass, St. Denis

Weekday Mass Times

Public Masses are suspended for the time being.

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday
7:00 a.m.     Adoration, St. Denis 
6:00 p.m.     Mass, St. Denis

Thursday
6:30 a.m.     Mass, St. Patrick
7:00 a.m.     Adoration, St. Patrick

Saturday
8:00 a.m.     Adoration, St. Patrick
9:00 a.m.     Mass, St. Patrick

 

 

Confession

During this public health crisis, Fr. Michael is available for confession at St. Denis:
Mon - Fri 5p - 8p
Sat & Sun 1p - 4p

Regular Confession
  Sun
  7:30a St. Patrick
  Mon, Tues, & Wed
  5:30p  St. Denis
  Sat

  9:30a St. Patrick
  3p St. Denis

Father Michael is regularly available
after Masses or by appointment.

SAFE ENVIRONMENT

Each person has an inherent dignity as a beloved child of God.  The Diocese of Green Bay is committed to providing a safe environment in our parishes, in our schools, in our Faith Formation programs, and in all of our ministries, especially those that serve children, youth and individuals at risk.  If you want to learn more about the programs and resources available through the Diocese of Green Bay to live out this commitment, please click on the following link: http://www.gbdioc.org/ministry-formation-portal/safe-environment.html.