Monday, April 15, 2013

Traditional Latin Mass times in Wisconsin - updated list

The old list was getting a bit updated so I enlisted friend of the BC Michael Schumacher to get an up to date list.  Thank you Michael(check out the Madison listings)! I will be updating the old list on the sidebar to keep it current.  If you see any omissions or have any submissions, please let us know.

TLMs in Wisconsin
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 Archdiocese of Milwaukee
St Stanislaus Oratory (Institute of Christ the King Sovereign Priest)
524 West Historic Mitchell Street, Milwaukee, WI 53204
Sunday:  8:00am (Low Mass);  10:00am (High Mass)
Monday-Thursday:  12:00noon (Low Mass)
Friday:  6:30pm (Low Mass)
Saturday:  9:00am (Low Mass)
Holy Name Parish (Diocesan, TLMs celebrated by the Institute of Christ the King)
807 Superior Avenue, Sheboygan, WI 53081
2nd and 4th Sundays of the month:  3:00pm
Our Lady of Mt Carmel Parish (Diocesan)
1919 54th Street, Kenosha, WI.
Sunday:  12:00noon
Saturday:  8:30am

Diocese of Madison  -- see also Traditional Mass Society of the Diocese of Madison:  http://latinmassmadison.org
Holy Redeemer Catholic Church (Diocesan, part of the Cathedral Parish)
144 West Johnson St, Madison, WI 53703
Sunday:  7:00am
St Norbert’s Parish (Diocesan, served by the Society of Jesus Christ the Priest)
8944 County Road Y, Roxbury, WI 53583
Sunday:  11:00am (now year round)
Monday-Friday:  6:30am
St Barnabas Church (Diocesan, served by the Society of Jesus Christ the Priest)
113 West Division Street, Mazomanie, WI 53560
Saturday:  8:00am
St Mary, Health of the Sick (Diocesan, served by the Society of Jesus Christ the Priest)
231 Main Street, Merrimac, WI 53561
1st Thursday:  7:00pm
St Mary’s Parish Platteville (Diocesan, served by the Society of Jesus Christ the Priest)
130 West Cedar Street, Platteville, WI 53818
Monday-Friday:  6:30am
Saturday:  8:00am
St Augustine University Parish (Diocesan, served by the Society of Jesus Christ the Priest)
135 South Hickory Street, Platteville, WI 53818
Sunday:  8:00am
St Mary, Queen of All Saints (Diocesan, served by the Society of Jesus Christ the Priest)
960 Jefferson Street, Fennimore, WI 53809
Monday, Wednesday, and Friday:  6:30am
St Mary’s Pine Bluff (Diocesan)
3673 County Highway P, Cross Plains, WI 53528
Tuesday 5:30pm (Low Mass) 
St Clement's, Lancaster (Diocesan)
             saintclementparish.com
Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday: 8:15 am
 Diocese of Green Bay
St Joseph’s Oratory (Institute of Christ the King Sovereign Priest)
1825 Riverside Drive, Green Bay, WI 54301
Sunday:  8:00am (Low Mass);  10:00am (High Mass)
Monday-Wednesday:  8:45am
Thursday:  7:00pm (preceded by 6pm Holy Hour with Benediction)
Friday-Saturday:  8:45am
[St Boniface, Manitowoc (Diocesan, TLMs celebrated by the Institute of Christ the King)
1001 Marshall Street, Manitowoc, WI 54220
1st and 3rd Sundays of the month:  1:30pm (High Mass)
CURRENTLY SUSPENDED DUE TO HEATING PROBLEMS]
Diocese of La Crosse
Cor Jesu Oratory (Institute of St. Joseph)
31350 Cty Highway MM, Boyd, WI 54726
http://www.isjoseph.com/about_us.html
Sunday Mass: 10:30am
Weekday Mass: 8:30am Mon, Tues, Thurs, Sat - TLM; Wed, Fri - Ordinary Form in Latin
St Francis of Assisi Parish (Diocesan)
Sunday Mass: 11:00am
Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe (Franciscan Friars of the Immaculate)
5250 Justin Road, La Crosse, WI 54601
Sunday:  9:30am
St Mary’s Cashton (Diocesan)
26441 County Highway U, Norwalk, WI 54648
Sunday:  12:00pm (High Mass)
Thursday:  6:30pm (followed by Benediction)
1st & 3rd Wednesdays (and 5th when there is one): 8:00 am
1st Saturday: 8:00 am

St Mary’s Wausau (Institute of Christ the King Sovereign Priest)
325 Grand Avenue, Wausau, WI 54403
Sunday:  8:00am (Low Mass);  10:00am (High Mass)
Monday:  6:00pm
Tuesday-Wednesday:  8:00am
Thursday:  6:00pm (followed by Benediction)
Friday-Saturday:  8:00am
1st Friday of the month:  6:00pm (followed by Benediction)
1st Saturday of the month:  4:00pm (followed by Benediction)

 Diocese of Superior
St. Joseph, Osceola (Diocesan)
http://www.latinmass-stcroixvalley.org/
255 10th Ave E, Osceola, WI 54020
Sunday:  8:30am

18 comments:

  1. Which diocese has the most? Take note, people.

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  2. And why would it matter who has the most? Masses are masses regardless of language or form.

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    1. Because both are legitimate expressions of the Roman rite. Without access to one, the faithful are not able to access the other half of their legitimate rite, and their patrimony.

      By your logic, it wouldn't matter if the OF was very limited, and the EF were celebrated in every pariah. It's the same Mass after all...

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    2. So why doesn't the church understand that there is a very large population of her followers that long for the "traditional" celebration of Mass? The Vatican's liberal views on a host of things is appalling. Where is it's traditional approach to preaching the word of God when some brain surgeon a few years ago felt compelled to change many of the greetings and some of our prayers. I refuse to attend mass and to have to read a prayer/greeting card to follow along when I learned all my prayers years ago and never understood why they needed to change to begin with. Honestly, I didn't leave the Catholic Church. The Catholic Church left me... :0(

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  3. Guys, for consistencies sake your posting for St. Mary's - Cashton should also be marked (Diocesan - TLM provided by Institute of Christ the King, Sovereign Priest.) It is, after all, a diocesan parish of 120 families which graciously hosts the Extraordinary Form and will, I pray, do so for a very long time to come.

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    1. Thank you for the correction, Father. I had always wondered why it is the only US apostolate of the ICK that is not canonically an oratory (other than the Shrine in Chicago)!

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    2. It is now updated Father, thanks.

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  4. It is my understanding that there is a weekly TLM/EF Mass at 5:30 PM at St. Mary's in Pine Bluff.

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    1. Andy, I'm not sure that it's always a TLM at this point. Fr Heilman is very close to being prepared to celebrate the TLM, but right now my understanding is that if Fr Isaac isn't available, it is an OF Mass. Also, the Rosary Rallies will be moving back outdoors (on the steps of the Capitol again) in about a month, so I'm not sure if the Tuesday evening Masses will continue or not. But, within a few months there will be some good news regarding St Mary's Pine Bluff and the TLM.

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  5. I should have added to my previous: "on Tuesdays."

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  6. @ Michael: To answer your question, about 20 years ago (then)Bishop Burke invited the ICK into the diocese at a time when one had to have special permission to offer Mass in the Extraordinary Form. He wanted them to be some place where the pastor would be welcoming to them and the pastor of St. Mary's Parish fit the bill. When they came and took up residence in the former convent this became their north American headquarters. They have been here ever since, hosted by the parish of St. Mary's. The reason they happened to get St. Mary's in Wausau and could establish their apostolate as an oratory there is because it was a church that had been closed after the joining of the two south-east side parishes (the other being St. James). St. Mary's - Cashton continues to be an active parish and as the current pastor I am very pleased to have the Mass offered in the Extraordinary Form offered here. And so, the ICK continues to provide a priest in order to offer Mass in the Extraordinary Form at St. Mary's.

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  7. Fr Navarro, the pastor at St Norbert's in Roxbury (D. of Madison) has just announced that the Sunday TLM will NOT be moving to 10am this summer, as it has in previous years. 11:00am is now the year-round start time.

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  8. St. Benedict Church in Duluth, MN offers Traditional Latin Mass every Sunday at 1 PM.

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  9. Assumption of the Blessed Virgin in Somerset, WI no longer offers the TLM. It may be found at St. Joseph in Osceola, WI on Sundays at 12:15.

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    1. St. Joseph's in Osceola no longer offers the TLM as Father Brenna has retired and the Parish Deacon and interim Parochial Administrator do not support the TLM, and the Bishop seems unwilling to intervene on behalf of a very robust and active TLM community. Sad

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    2. The TLM has resumed in Osceola WI, beginning this coming Sunday 17th August. Because of the persistent efforts of some very committed and faithful laity, the parish leadership has consented to an 8:00 am time on Sundays for celebration of the traditional rite of Mass at St Joseph Church. Mass time for holydays of obligation TBD. I will be travelling from the Twin Cities to celebrate these Masses. Te Deum laudamus!

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  10. Dear Matt, As you reposted this I thought it would be good to update you on the Mass times for the Extraordinary Form Masses at St. Mary's. Sunday - 12:00 (High Mass); Thursdays - 6:30 pm (followed by Eucharistic adoration / benediction); 1st & 3rd Wednesdays (and 5th when there is one) at 8:00 am; 1st Saturday - 8:00 am.

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