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  • Welcome     

    Today we welcome Christ the King and are reminded that all was created through Him and for Him. Does my stewardship of the blessings entrusted to me give evidence that Christ is Lord of my life?

    "Then the king will say to those on his right, 'Come, you who are blessed by my Father. Inherit the kingdom prepared for you from the foundation of the world. For I was hungry and you gave me food, I was thirsty and you gave me drink, a stranger and you welcomed me, naked and you clothed me, ill and you cared for me, in prison and you visited me.'" 
    Mt 25:34-36

    Thanksgiving Prayer

    Almighty God,
    you bring forth bountiful food from the earth that our loved ones may never grow hungry. For this, we give thanks. You give us families that meet at this time to reunite and be one with each other. For this, we give thanks. You have let us live in a land that has unbridled opportunity and unparalleled freedoms. For this, we give thanks. For those who are hungry today, we pray for their fulfillment. For families that are separated, we pray for their unity. And for people who live in the midst of persecution, we pray for their deliverance.
    We ask all these things through Christ, our ever-risen Lord.

    Thanksgiving Day
    Mass at Lakewood 8:30am

        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

    The Reverse Collection
    The church buildings will be unlocked as usual if you wish to drop off items for the Food Pantry

    Give & Gifts Will be Given to You Luke 6:38

    With a High Rise of Covid-19:

    “The wearing of masks
    (or face-coverings)
    is mandatory at Masses celebrated throughout our Diocese and as your shepherd I am asking you to do so” Bishop Ricken
    If for health reasons or
    (other serious reasons)
    you cannot wear a mask
    or a face covering,
    please use the Gathering Space.

  • Where to find us

  • Today's Readings

  • Re-instating the Dispensation from the Obligation
    to Attend Sunday Mass

    On Monday, October 5, Bishop Ricken reinstated the dispensation from the obligation to attend Sunday Mass in the diocese until further notice. Even with the reinstatement, we will continue to celebrate the Mass publically every weekend for those who are able to attend and willing to strictly follow the proper health protocols. During this time of increased infection, our parish will to be even more vigilant in observing the health protocols shared in the diocesan guidelines to prevent the spread of disease and allow as many people as is safe to come to Mass without fear of infection. The wearing of masks is mandatory at Masses celebrated throughout our diocese. Thank you for your support and compliance as we as a community of faith come together to worship in safety.

  • Diocesan Communications

    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...


  • 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!

  • Pray Requests

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

    Ken Kesner, Barb Mainczyk ,
    Ed Vejvoda, Joe Kampf,
    Sandra DeGoey and Gary Wagner

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

    Charlotte Pagel 
    Kathleen Marsoleck 
    Bob Mainczyk

    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, November 14, 20204:00pmLakewood: Arthur Klobucar
    5:30pm Silver Cliff: The People of St. Mary’s & St. Ambrose

    Sunday, November 15, 2020
    7:30am Crooked Lake: Vernon & Carol Kostichka 
    9:00am Lakewood: Avis Flynn

    Tuesday, November 17, 2020
    8:30am Lakewood: Bob Yadro 

    Wednesday, November 18, 20208:30am Lakewood: Bernice Gruenke 

    Thursday, November 19, 2020
    8:30am Lakewood: Percy Knaub 

    Friday, November 20, 2020
    8:30am Lakewood: Kathleen Marsolek

    Saturday, November 21, 20204:00pmLakewood: Bob Bajczyk
    5:30pm Silver Cliff: The People of St. Mary’s & St. Ambrose

    Sunday, November 22, 2020
    7:30am Crooked Lake: Vernon & Carol Kostichka 
    9:00am Lakewood: Larry Goffard

    Tuesday, November 24, 2020
    8:30am Lakewood: Bob Yadro 

    Wednesday, November 25, 2020
    8:30am Lakewood: Percy Knaub

    Thursday, November 26, 2020
    8:30am Lakewood: For Vocations from Catholic United Financial Council 399

    Friday, November 27, 2020
    8:30amLakewood: RichardTurnbow

    Saturday, November 28, 20204:00pmLakewood:Robert,
    Catherine & VickiVerVoort 
    5:30pm Silver Cliff: Fr. Leo Lessard

    Sunday, November 29, 2020
    7:30am Crooked Lake: The People of St. Mary’s & St. Ambrose 
    9:00am Lakewood: Richard Scarpace

    Tuesday, December 1, 2020
    8:30am Lakewood: Bob Yadro 

    Wednesday, December 2, 2020
    8:30am Lakewood: Dave Hurlbut 

    Thursday, December 3, 2020
    8:30am Lakewood: Dave Hurlbut

    Friday, December 4, 2020
    First Friday HOLY HOUR
    8:30am Lakewood: Gerry Bohl

    Saturday, December 5, 2020
    4:00pm Lakewood: Bob Liebsch 5:30pm Silver Cliff: Tony Jacobsmeier

    Sunday, December 6, 2020
    7:30am Crooked Lake: The People of St. Mary’s & St. Ambrose 
    9:00am Lakewood: Dave Hurlbut

  • The Minis TREE Program
    Catholic United Financial is excited to introduce a new program to our parish. 
    Minis TREE is designed to identify and meet some of the volunteer needs in our parish and community. By participating in this program, you are helping to meet our parish needs while also supporting our religious education program. For every 25 "leaves" that are completed or turned in, Catholic United Financial will contribute $125, up to a maximum of $500 in a calendar year. At this time "leaves" can be filled out for some of the following activities: 1.Service activities such as cleaning the sacristy and watering flowers, 2. Donations such as bringing in food pantry items, sewing supplies, food for a funeral, or the Baby Bottle drive, or 3. Being an event volunteer such as for a funeral meal or the Parish Picnic (when life gets back to "normal"). Some of the cards are already printed with an activity such as "food pantry donation" or "cleaning" printed on them. Other cards are blank and things like "worked at funeral" or "food for funeral", etc. can be written on them.

    "Leaves" (activity cards) will be available on the bulletin board in the back corner of the church. When you have completed an activity fill out one of the cards and put it in the manilla envelope marked Completed MinisTree Cards.

    If you have questions or know of an unmet volunteer need in our Parish or in our community that MinisTREE could help address, please contact Deb Kruger at 715 276-7404.

    Prayer Shawls available please contact the parish office.


  • A Contagion of Hope

    Christ Our Light! Your light rises in our darkness and assures us that you are present with us and that your powerful closeness to us transforms our fear into hope. May we join with our Holy Fa- ther, Francis, in spreading a "contagion" of hope "from heart to heart"?

    Protect all your selfless servants who continue to serve the needs of the most vulnerable by both hands and heart. Give our elected leaders wisdom of heart in decision-making that the common good of our human family may be achieved and the gift of each person's human dignity re- spected. May the new Easter fire of love, energy and resili- ence burn within our hearts so that we may give witness to the mystery of your resurrected life among us and within us. Amen

    Sr. Deborah Troillett ©The Catholic Health Association of the United States.