Combined Locks, Wisconsin

Welcome to our new St. Paul Parish Website. I hope that these pages will be easy for you to navigate through. If you are checking out St. Paul Parish for the first time, we hope that this website will be a doorway for you to consider becoming a member of St. Paul Parish. St. Paul Parish is a parish of about 900 families within the Diocese of Green Bay. We come to know and love the Lord in this world through Education, Worship, and Stewardship so as to be happy with Him forever in Heaven. We strive to live and share the Good News of Jesus with others. May you be richly blessed as you grow in your faith journey.

Peace and Blessings,
Fr. Andrew Kysely
Pastor

BATTLE READY RALLY MARCH 25TH, 6:30 PM

THE BATTLE READY INITATIVE IS ABOUT BEING AWARE OF, PREPARING FOR AND ENGAGING  IN THE SPIRITUAL FIGHT

WHEN: MARCH 25TH  WHERE: ST PAUL PARISH

TIME: 6:30 PM    MORE INFORMATION 920-788-4553

http://www.battlereadystrong.com/events.html

MARK YOUR CALENDERS

ST PAUL'S PARISH FISH FRYS ARE BACK

 MARCH 27TH

HOW ABOUT THE FAMILY GOING TO STATIONS AT 4:00 PM THEN DOWN TO THE BOB VANDENBERG HALL FOR A FISH FRY? 

4:30 - 7:00 PM

 

NEW MEMBERS

Into St Pauls Catholic Community  

Rhett Daniel Wells, son of Ross & Kayla Wells  

 Wayne & Carly Freund & Family

Links

Diocese of Green Bay:

http://www.gbdioc.org/

Mass Times:

 http://masstimes.org/ 

The Compass (Diocesan Newspaper): 

http://www.thecompassnews.org/

Cursillo Movement Green Bay

http://natl-cursillo.org/Greenbay/

Fox Valley Catholic Bible Study Group

http://fvcbsg.org/

 Fox Valley Catholic Bible Study Group on YOU TUBE

https://www.youtube.com/user/FVCBSG

Catholic Radio - Relevant Radio1050 AM

Try the Relevant Radio App for your phone - Give it a listen 

Spend Time with the LORD: First Friday Adoration

             Adoration Of The Blessed Sacrament

Friday, May 1st, 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Online Giving

I was hungry and you gave me food to eat.

Please bring non-perishable food items to Mass every week. We will distribute these food items to local food pantries.

STATIONS OF THE CROSS

4:00 PM all FRIDAYS during LENT

WALK TO MARY, 21 MILES--shorter distances available

LOOKING FOR PEOPLE FROM ST PAUL'S TO DO THE WALK TO MARY PILGRIMAGE MAY 2ND
THE WALK IS FROM THE National Shrine of St. Joseph at St. Norbert Abbey in De Pere, WI
TO  THE  Shrine of Our Lady of Good Help in Champion, WI

TO REGISTER AND MORE INFORMATION 

https://walktomary.com/information/sign-up-now
ONCE REGISTERED CALL or e-mail  CHARLIE JANSSEN  920-850-6802 charliej@new.rr.com FOR CARPOOL INFO

WHAT"S THE BUZZ!!!

 

Fr. Andy's HOLY HIVE HONEY
Available for Purchase at the St Paul Parish Office
$7.00 for a 1lb Jar

GATHER AROUND THE HEARTH

SENIOR EVENT 

"THE THEOLOGY OF BEES"

FR. ANDREW KYSLEY

 

Tuesday, April 15th, Mass at 11:00 a.m.

Followed by lunch & presentation

Contact St Paul's Parish at 788-5711 or 788-4553

for more information or to register

Mass Times

Tuesday 8:30 AM

Wednesday - Friday 7:30 AM

Saturday 4:00 PM

Sunday 8:30 AM & 10:30 AM

Office Hours

Labor Day thru Memorial Day

Monday - Thursday
8:00 AM - Noon & 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Friday
8:00 AM - Noon

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Father's Reflections: Third Sunday in Lent

Dear St. Paul Family,

This week is our Lenten Parish Mission (A retreat for busy persons March ... Read More »

Father's Reflections: Sxith Sunday in Ordinary Time

The leprosy left him immediately, and he was made clean.           Mark 1:42

Dear St. Paul Family,

 “…and he was made clean.”  A fresh start, a clean slate.  Don’t we all sometimes need a new beginning?  Jesus performed miraculous healings we hear throughout the Gospels.  He gave people a new beginning and demonstrated his power as the Son of God.  Many who witnessed or experienced these healings became true believers.  Jesus was building disciples through these ... Read More »

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