Parish Office
603 4th Street
Mosinee, WI 54455
715.
693.2650
parish@stpaulmosinee.org
Faith Formation
404 High Street
Mosinee, WI 54455

715.693.2675
dre@stpaulmosinee.org
  • St. Paul Catholic Church in Mosinee, WI

  • St. Paul Catholic Chruch in Mosinee, WI

On Good Friday from Noon - 3:00 p.m. Fr. Don will be present for people to come into the Church for veneration of the Holy Cross and Communion.

Please make sure there are only 9 people in the Church at one time. If there are 9 people please wait in the hall until someone leaves. Also, please do not linger but come in, venerate, receive communion and leave so others have the opportunity to do the same.

Click here: The Cathedral Live Stream Schedule for Holy Week and Easter Sunday

All public Masses are suspended in the Diocese of La Crosse by the direction of Bishop Callahan until further notice. The Church will be open weekdays (7:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.) for the faithful to come and pray.  Please remember those health care professionals in your prayers as well as all those experiencing the effects of the virus.

Taking into account Fr. Don's recent hospital stay and being susceptible to illness, he will not be offering opportunities other priests have available.

The Parish Office is closed until further notice. Staff is available by phone (715.693.2650) and email (parish@stpaulmosinee.org). If you need to drop something off it can be put in the safe in the back of Church near the American flag or in the box inside the the front door of the Rectory.

Novena Prayer for an End to the Coronavirus Pandemic

What is and How to Make a Spiritual Communion

Dear Friends in Christ:

Welcome to St. Paul Church’s website. I hope these pages will help you become more familiar with our parish family. Our parish has been in existence since 1878. St. Paul, “the Apostle to the Gentiles,” is our patron. Like him we try to be active in our Catholic faith and spread “the good news” of Jesus to others.

We are committed to Jesus Christ, the Church He founded, its teachings and traditions. Handing on the Catholic faith to our young people is a priority for us, with our Faith Formation Program (Grades 1 – 10). For adults we encourage parish scripture studies, RCIA, reading our diocesan magazine, Catholic Life and attending retreats and evenings of reflection at St. Anthony Spirituality Center in Marathon City.

Our knowledge of our Catholic faith is put into practice in our daily living. It is celebrated each weekend at Sunday liturgy of the Word and liturgy of the Eucharist. Please join us for Mass or any of our parish programs and activities. For more information check this website, our weekly bulletin or visit us at the parish office and Faith Formation Program. Thank you for visiting our website and join us as we follow in the footsteps of Jesus. May the Lord bless and guide you,

Fr. Don 

PARISH MISSION STATEMENT

As a Catholic community united by faith in Jesus Christ, shepherded by God, our Father, we are called to proclaim the kingdom of God. Nourished by the Eucharist and the Word, our parish strives to reflect Christ’s light to the world through worship, education and service within and outside our parish.

(Approved by Parish Pastoral Council November 19,2015.)