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Mass April 26 - From above the St. Denis Parking Lot

Posted by Fr. Michael Thiel on 4/29/20

Fr. Michael will celebrate Mass this Sunday at 10:30 AM for parishioners to attend while in their cars in the St. Denis parking lot. Your cooperation will be helpful in making this a success, so please read this note carefully. 

Long story short, Mass will be celebrated inside a ... Read More »

Domestic Church: Incarnational over Virtual

Posted by Fr. Michael Thiel on 4/24/20

Daily Bible Readings

How to pray family intentions

St. Joseph Prayer Card

Spiritual Communion

Magnificat: Text of the Prayers at Mass (complimentary access during COVID restrictions)

Divine Mercy Sunday

Posted by Paula Helms on 4/20/20

Divine Mercy Sunday Adoration

You are invited this Sunday, April 19, at 3:00 p.m., to come to the St. Denis parking lot. Stay in your cars and adore Jesus! Fr. Michael will have the Blessed Sacrament exposed in the St.Denis church window. Confession will be available in the church, during Adoration.

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Parish Update: March 25

Posted by Fr. Michael Thiel on 4/18/20

Check this page for regular COVID-19 updatesupdated March 25 at 3 PM

Decree Prohibiting Mass Gatherings of 10 People or More 

Decree Suspending the Public Celebration of Mass 

MassesPer Bishop David Ricken: Effective Friday, March 20, the celebration of public Mass in the Diocese of Green Bay is ... Read More »

Sunday Reflection - March 29, 2020

Posted by Fr. Michael Thiel on 4/18/20

Discussion Question:  What is God doing in your life in this time of pandemic?

Shrek the Sheep

St. Joseph and Spiritual Fatherhood in this Time of Pandemic

Posted by Fr. Michael Thiel on 4/18/20

GBDioc.org/StJoseph

How to prepare for and pray at a virtual Mass

Posted by Fr. Michael Thiel on 4/18/20

"Last Sunday was the first time our family was unable to attend Mass due to the coronavirus. In an attempt to maintain a reverent attitude toward our Sunday privilege of Mass and also to try and keep things as normal as possible for the kids, we began ... Read More »