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  • Welcome     

    The great fifty days from Easter to Pentecost celebrates the Good News of Christianity. The scriptures of Resurrection and the mysteries of

    Eucharist are unfolded. Catholics deepen their faith and

    their prayer to prepare for the great mission and discipleship of Pentecost.

    The peace of Jesus can be real
    only if you accept it,
    and then work at it.
    You have to do something
    for peace to come about.
    When you care,
    when you agonize with someone, when you don’t give up on your child, husband, wife or friend,
    then peace will be yours.
    It’s far from easy,
    but remember that His love
    will grow as you struggle to reach out.


         Lakewood Church                    4:00 P.M.  Saturday
    9:00 A.M. Sunday

     Weekdays 8:30 AM  T-F

    Reconciliation Times
      9:00 A.M.  First Fridays
    3:30 P.M.  Saturday


     Silver Cliff Chapel
    W13397 County Road C 
    Silver Cliff, WI 54104
      5:30  P.M.  Saturday

       Reconciliation Times
      First Saturdays
       following Mass

     Crooked Lake Chapel
           15478 Whispering Pines Lane 
      Crooked Lake, WI 54149
    7:30 A.M. Sunday
     Reconciliation Times

    Second Sundays
    following Mass


  • Where to find us

  • Today's Readings

  • Diocesan Communications

    A Christmas Message & Song from
    Bishop David L. Ricken
    Please click...


    Video Message with
    Bishop David L. Ricken
    Return of Public Masses with Limits...



    Video | Bishop David L. Ricken announces Holy Communion Services to begin Pentecost weekend (May 15, 202

    Coronavirus Updates,
    Resources, and Information below...


  • God's Gift

    Every good and perfect gift comes from above. -James 1:17

    Time to Bring Back the Baby Bottles

    Please Return the Baby Bottles from the Hope Life Center bottle drive.
    These bottles will be used again.

    Thank you for helping with God’s
    little gifts!


  • Special Thank You

    We would like to say thank you to everyone who has been helping out at Mass during this difficult time of Covid -19.
    We have wonderful dedicated lay ministers who really pitch in when times get tough.
    You are all greatly appreciated!
    God Bless You.

  • Pray Requests

    For healing and good health of mind, body, and spirit:

    Ken Kesner, Barb Mainczyk ,
    Gary Wagner, Merle Verhagen,
    Myra Verhagen, Mary Wagner,
    Ralph Fritsch, Glen Linssen,
    Brian Hodgkiss, Cindi Rzepka,
    Linda Vandenlangenberg,
    Steven Brennan, Nicole Cottrell,
    Jan Gonnering, Doreen Vizenor
    and Isabella

     For Eternal Rest, and for God’s Blessings on their Families: 

    Ron Turk, Eileen School,
    Marty Kruger, Frank Mainczyk
    Frank Mainczyk, and Gerald Linssen

    For all the prayer requests written in our Parish Book of Petitions.
    Lord, Jesus Christ, have mercy on me. Rescue me and save me.
    Do your will in my life.
    I place my entire being into
    your healing care.

    Prayer Shawls

    If you would like to receive a prayer shawl, or know of someone who would, please call the parish office.
    A prayer shawl has been blessed by Father and helps to remind us 
    of God’s love and care and the prayers of our faith community to know that
    we are not alone.

  • Mass Intentions

    Saturday, April 10, 2021
    4:00pm Lakewood: Roger Enderby
    5:30pm Silver Cliff: The People of St. Mary’s & St. Ambrose

    Sunday, April 11, 2021
    7:30am Crooked Lake: Vernon & Carol Kostichka 
    9:00am Lakewood: Bob Mainczyk

    Tuesday, April 13, 2021
    8:30am Lakewood: Cathy Davies 

    Wednesday, April 14, 2021
    8:30am Lakewood: Frank Mainczyk 

    Thursday, April 15, 2021
    8:30am Lakewood: Peter Nervina 

    Friday, April 16, 2021
    8:30am Lakewood: Fr. Leo Lessard 

    Saturday, April 17, 2021
    4:00pm Lakewood: Al & Mary Biese
    5:30pm Silver Cliff: The People of St. Mary’s & St. Ambrose

    Sunday, April 18, 2021
    7:30am Crooked Lake: Alfie & Tennis Kostrova 
    9:00am Lakewood: Frank Mainczyk


  •  Bishop  Appeal

    Kick-off Weekend
    February 6th & 7th

    What is the Bishop's Appeal?
    The Bishop's Appeal is a
    stewardship opportunity for each of
    us to reach out to thousands of people in search of Jesus' love.
    Each gift given supports the ministries of the Diocese of Green Bay which serve our parishes, Catholic schools and communities. Your gift truly helps bring the heart and hands of Christ to our children, young adults, families and neighbors here in northeastern Wisconsin.
    To make a gift today
    contact your parish,
    visit the
    Bishop’s Appeal website
    at www.catholicfoundationgb.org/give, or call Tammy toll-free at
    877-500-3580, ext. 8123.

  • The Minis TREE Program

    January 1st... 
    and we are able to start again!
    If you bring in food
    for the food pantry,
    or come in to clean the sacristy, etc. please fill out a MinisTree card
    (found on the bulletin board
    in the back corner of the church).
    The first time you fill out a card please fill in all of the info requested
    (name, address, phone, age).
    After that just fill in your name and the activity (if that is not already indicated on the card).
    Put your completed card in the manila envelope that is on the board.
    Each completed card will earn $5 for the Religious Education Program. Thank you so much
    for giving & volunteering!

  • Bishop Ricken
    Will Broadcast Sunday Masses Again...

    Bishop Ricken commented:
    ‘I am extremely pleased to announce that after hearing from so many viewers, the 
    television broadcast of Sunday morning Mass will resume on WFRV Local 5 at 10:00 AM.’

    The broadcast Sunday Massoriginates from St. Francis Xavier Cathedral in downtown Green Bay. While the ultimate goal is for the faithful to return to Mass in their own parishes, it has become evident there is a great need 
    within the Diocese to serve those unable to attend in person.

    Bishop Rickens said,
    ‘We hope this broadcast will help reach those who are homebound, as well as those in hospitals, nursing homes, prisons, or anywhere else where getting to church isn’t an option. I offer my sincere thanks to WFRV Local 5 for their willingness to continue broadcasting Sunday Mass, especially during these difficult times.’

    If/When you are not able to participate at Mass in person, be sure to participate in the virtual Mass with Bishop Rickent at 10 AM as described above. God bless!