We are a welcoming parish that values each member of our faith community for the gifts and talents they bring. We invite you to join our parish family, to worship with us and work side by side on the various ministries and activities we offer. Please call our Parish Office to make an appointment with one of our staff or volunteers, who will help you complete the parish registration form, answer your questions, or take you on a tour of our facility. All are welcome!
When are services?
Saturday: 4:00 p.m.
Sunday: 10:00 a.m.
(10:00 a.m. Mass often interpreted for the deaf)
ST. LOUIS MASS TIMES
Saturdays: 5:30 p.m.
Sundays: 8:00 a.m.
Wednesdays: 8:15 a.m.
Tuesday and Thursday at 8:30 a.m.
Anointing of the sick, 1st Tuesday of the month, after 8:30 mass
Communion Services - Monday at 8:30 a.m.
When is confession available?
Confessions are heard at St. Paul on 2nd & 4th Saturdays at 2:45 p.m. (unless noted)
Confessions are heard at St. Louis on 1st & 3rd Saturdays after their 5:30 p.m. Mass (unless noted)
How do I get to the Saint Paul the Apostle Parish?
Spring St., Mt. Pleasant, WI Here is a map.
I’m not Catholic ... is it okay for me to participate in communion?
Through Baptism and our shared faith in the Gospel of Jesus Christ, we become members of the visible Church, under the apostolic authority of the pope and bishops.
The celebration of the Eucharist expresses and enacts this communion in Christ. With few exceptions, only those who are members of the Catholic Church may
receive Holy Communion at a Catholic Eucharist. Being baptized and sharing in the Church's faith are, therefore, conditions for full participation in the Sacrament of
the Eucharist, which culminates in the reception of Holy Communion.
Am I expected to put money in the offering?
The message of stewardship has been part of the salvation history of the Church. From the Old Testament. we learn that Adam and Eve were asked to tend and care
for the gifts of creation. From the New Testament, St Andrew brings the little boy forward and his simple gifts of two fish and five barley loaves and places those gifts
in the hands of Jesus resulting in a wonderful demonstration of God's abundance in hte feeding of the 5,000.
Stewardship is not just a program or a method of fundraising as it is based on the spiritual principles of the Old Testament and the teachings of Jesus. It is a way of
thanking God for all His blessings by returning a portion of time, talent, and treasure we have each received.
St. Paul Legacy Society
Giving through your estate plan or retirement plan is a way to support St. Paul's with a significant gift that you might not be able to make with your income alone. Your gift becomes a legacy of support that builds our long-term financial strength and is only used for special capital purchases and capital improvements not operating expenses. The only requirement for membership is to advise us that the parish is being remembered in your will. The confirmation is not binding and you do not reveal to us the amount. You can help transform lives by bringing faith, hope and love to God’s people for generations to come.
Please contact the parish to receive a brochure.