Thursday, September 16, 2010

Listing of Traditional Latin Masses in Wisconsin

NOTE: AN UPDATED LISTED CAN BE FOUND HERE.

If I couldn't verify the times with the parish website I used the times provided on this website.  If you see any errors or omissions, let me know.  I'm going to keep this updated and post it on the side of the blog somewhere.  And if any of you parishes offering the Latin Mass in this diocese need a website, please contact me and I can help you get something going.

Man, I love my diocese(La Crosse).  We have EIGHT count em, EIGHT different churches offering the Extraordinary Form.  According to Br. Stephen at Sub Tuum:
In the Archdiocese of Philadelphia before the motu proprio, there were two sites where the Extraordinary Form was offered. Today, according to the Coalition in Support of Ecclesiae Dei website, there are six. In Boston there are 10 and in New York there are 18 
The amazing thing is I know more priests in the diocese that would like to offer the Usus Antiquior(or Ancient Use). 

The Abbey in Sparta also has offered the ancient Cistercian Rite Mass.   I know fellow Knights of Columbus who attend their regular Novus Ordo which is done very reverently with much of it in Latin. 

Diocese of La Crosse

Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe, La Crosse
Sunday 9:30 AM (Missa Cantata)
Friars of the Immaculate

Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Cashton
Sunday Mass: 11:00 am (High Mass) Weekday Mass : 7:00 am (Thurs 6 pm, Sat 8 am)
Institute of Christ the King

St Mary's Oratory, Wausau
Sunday Masses: 8:00 AM (Low Mass with organ) and 10:00 AM (High Mass)
Weekday Mass: 8:00 AM (except Mondays and Thursdays at 6pm)
Institute of Christ the King

Sts Peter & Paul, Wisconsin Rapids
First Sunday: 4:00 PM
Institute of Christ the King

St Mary's, Altoona
12:30 PM Latin Mass (on the third Sunday of the month)
Diocese of La Crosse

St. Francis of Assisi Church, Necedah
Sunday: 12:00 PM, First Sat: 8:00 AM.
Diocese of La Crosse

Sacred Heart, Edson
Weekday Mass: 7:00 AM  -- not sure if this is still correct. 
Sunday Mass: 10:30 AM
Institute of St. Joseph

Diocese of Madison 

Holy Redeemer Church(Cathedral Parish), Madison
Sunday: 7:00 AM
Diocesan

St. Norbert Church, Sauk City
Sunday: 10 AM May - early September or 11 AM September - April Sunday: 10:00 AM Weekday: 6:30 AM (Mon-Fri)
Society of Jesus Christ the Priest (Spain)

St. Alosius, Sauk City
Sunday: 6:30 AM
Society of Jesus Christ the Priest (Spain)

St Mary's, Platteville
Sunday 11:00 AM Weekday: 6:30 AM
Society of Jesus Christ the Priest (Spain)

St. Barnabas, Mazomanie
Sunday: 6:30 AM Weekday: 8:00 AM(Sat only)
Society of Jesus Christ the Priest (Spain)

St. Mary's, Merrimac
1st Thursday: 7:00 PM
Society of Jesus Christ the Priest (Spain)

Archdiocese of Milwaukee 

Holy Name of Jesus, Sheboygan
4th Sunday of the month 3:00 p.m.
Institute of Christ the King

St. Stanislaus Church, Milwaukee 
Sunday: 8:00 AM (Low Mass with Organ), 10:00 AM (High Mass) 
Weekday: 12:00 PM (Mon-Thurs), 6:30 PM(Fri), 9:00 AM(Sat)
Institute of Christ the King

Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Church, Kenosha 
Saturdays 8:30 AM
Sunday: 12:00 PM
Diocesan (Apostles of Jesus Christ)

Diocese of Green Bay

St. Joseph, Green Bay
Sunday Masses: 8:00 AM (Low Mass) & 10:00 AM (High Mass)
Weekday Masses: 8:45 AM (except Thurs 7 PM)
Institute of Christ the King

St. Mary's Church(Blessed Sacrament Parish), Oshkosh
Third Sunday: 5:00 PM(unverified)

Diocese of Superior

This is no longer available as the priest has been reassigned.
Most Holy Rosary, Mellen WI
Most Precious Blood, Glidden WI
Saint Anne,  Sanborn WI
Saint Anthony, Highbridge WI

First Fridays of each month at 6:30 pm and will rotate locations:
Call the parish office at 715-274-3701 for details.
Diocesan


Here is Wisconsin's breakdown

Diocese of La Crosse - 8 parishes with TLM - out of 165 parishes
Diocese of Madison - 6 parishes with TLM - out of 131 parishes
Archdiocese of Milwaukee - 4 parishes with TLM - out of 210 parishes
Diocese of Green Bay - 1 parish with TLM - out of 169 parishes
Diocese of Superior - 1 parishes with TLM - out of 110 parishes

26 comments:

  1. Just one correction:
    Our Mass on Wednesdays and Fridays are in the New Form, in Latin;
    Wednesday, at Edson, Sacred Heart Church.
    Friday, St. Peter Church, Tilden.
    Thank you.

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  2. St. Therese Chapel in Waunakee, right at the crossing 0f 19 and US-12 has Tridentine Mass at 9.00 very Sunday, with confession at 8.30. Served by the Society of Saint Pius X.

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  3. I am new to the Milwaukee area. My wife and I are having some difficulty finding a solid, orthodox parish where we can attend Mass. Any suggestions?

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  4. Note on Anon: Society of St. Pius X does not have valid Confessions at this present moment.

    Brian, I'll post and ask our readers. I would start at St. Josaphat's basilica if I were in the area. thebasilica.org Do NOT go to the Cathedral.

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  5. Brian, check out this post for some great feedback from readers.

    http://badgercatholic.blogspot.com/2010/12/someone-looking-for-solid-parish-in.html#comments

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  6. Taking a trip in July to La Crosse. Can someone direct me towards a reverant Mass in La Crosse on Sunday morning (non-Latin). The Mass at the Shrine will be too late in the day.
    Thanks!

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  7. Kim, check out this:
    http://www.masstimes.org/Churches.aspx?address=la%20crosse,%20wi

    We will eventually have Mass listing on the Badger Catholic but not yet. The Cathedral has a 7, 8:30 and 10:30 on Sundays.

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  8. Diocese of Superior is definitely a liturgical back-water. Please pray for us.

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    1. I am in that diocese. If it were a backwater it would be less polluted, It is a dead and stagnant swamp sorry to say.

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  9. We will be praying for you William.

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  10. Fr. Moreno at St. Francis in Necedah is being reassigned. I worry about the Latin Mass that has been in place there for many years. Any idea what will happen to it?

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  11. There are no more TLM's at St. Peter's in Kenosha, WI. The only TLM's are at MT. Carmel in Kenosha.
    Sunday 12:00 PM and Saturdays 8:30 am.

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  12. Thank you Colana.

    Anon: Necedah will be in good hands.

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  13. The TLM at St Norbert's in Sauk City (Roxbury) WI is at 11:00 AM and not at 10:00 AM. I found this out the hard way! Vern

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  14. You got to Mass an hour early and got some extra time to pray? How is this 'the hard way'?

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  15. Vern, their website still says the normal Mass time is at 10AM. Do you know if it was only moved back on that Sunday?

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  16. Strange, their bulletin doesn't even list St. Norbert's on there...

    Aha, another website is current.

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  17. Badger Catholic: St Norbert's sign out front has it "inscribed" as being at 11:00AM. I originally went to the church for the 10:00AM Mass, per the posted schedule above, about 5 weeks ago, and the church was basically empty. I have been going at 11:00AM every Sunday since. However, I now see they have posted a different schedule??? Will get a pic next time to confirm. Vern

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  18. Thank you Vern, I created this list by going online and taking information off their websites. I don't have a good way to go update it so I appreciate any feedback. I would always recommend calling beforehand to verify the listing is correct.

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  19. The list is quite out of date. Here is a more up to date list:

    Madison Diocese TLM:
    Society of Jesus Christ the Priest staffed Parishes:
    - St Norbert’s Roxbury: Daily TLM at 6:30am Sunday at 11am in winter 10am summer. Solemn High Mass on Christmas and special occasions. Bishop Morlino has said several TLMs at St. Norbert’s As well.
    - At Aloysius, Sauk City. Occasionally. Priests are spread thinner so no scheduled TLM.
    - St. Barnabas, Mazomaine. Saturday 8am
    - St Mary’s, Merrimac – 1st Thursday of each month – 7pm
    - St. Augustine University Parish-Platteville, 8am Sunday
    - St. Mary’s Plateville – Daily TLM at 6:30am, 8am Saturday, No Sunday TLM
    - St. Mary’s, Fennimore – MWF 6:30am TLM

    Non SJCP Diocese Parishs
    - St. Mary-Pine Bluff – Tuesday 5:30pm, Exposition at 6pm followed by 15 decades of the Rosary
    - Holy Redeemer, Madison – Sunday 7am

    Non-Diocesan Parishs
    St. Therese – Waunakee (Springfield Corners), SSPX Sunday 9am

    Let me know if I missed any. The SJCP is such a blessing to the Madison Diocese. Keep all their Holy Priests in your prayers.

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  20. Thank you Matt!! Yes, I'm going to update this with your input and verify them sometime soon.

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    1. Diocese of Superior
      Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary
      265 State Hwy 35
      East Farmington, WI 54020
      Sundays at 12:15PM

      Here's their Weekly Bulletin to confirm.

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  21. Not a regular time, but Immaculate Conception in Bayview (Milwaukee) seems to have a Latin Mass every year or so for the Feast of the Assumption. I attended it once three years ago, and it would seem they are having one at noon this year on August 15.

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  22. Our son has been attending the UW-Stout in Menomonie for the past 3 yrs. He has been raised in the Latin Mass. Do you or anone know if there might be a Latin Mass near Menomonie? He is on a limited budget so he has to watch what he spends on gas. Any chance a priest from the Institute would come to the campus and offer the Latin Mass?

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    1. http://badgercatholic.blogspot.com/2014/06/uw-stout-student-looking-for-tlm-nearby.html

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