Weekend Liturgy

Saturday: 4:30pm
Sunday: 7:30am, 9:15am and 11:15am

Sacrament of Reconciliation

Saturdays 3:30 - 4:15pm or by calling Fr Don 262-786-5445

Weekday Liturgy

Daily Mass: 7:15am (Tuesday-Friday)
School Mass: When school is in session, there is a weekly all-school Mass at 7:50am on Friday and will take the place of Daily Mass.  All are welcome to attend this Mass.

Holy Days

All Saints Day:  7:50am (school Mass) & 6:30 pm
Immaculate Conception: Saturday December 8th, 9:15am
Ash Wednesday: 7:50am (school Mass) & 6:30pm
Holy Thursday:   7:00pm
Good Friday:   3:00pm
Easter Vigil:  8:00pm
Easter Sunday:  7:00am, 9:15am, 11:15am


Thanksgiving: Wednesday, November 21st 6:30 pm

Christmas Masses
Monday, December 24th:  4:00 pm, 6:00 pm, 10:30 pm
Christmas Concert will be at 10 pm before Mass
Tuesday, December 25th:  9:15 am, 11:15 am
New Year's Day Mass
Tuesday, January 1st:  9:15 am

Our Adoration Chapel

The chapel is open for daily prayer from 6:30 am to 9:30 pm, and can be accessed through the outdoor entrance on the West side of the church. You are invited to come and pray.

All are welcome to come during our open Chapel hours. Our goal is to have someone present in the Chapel 15 hours a day. Thank you for spending time with the Lord! Questions?  Call or email Jan Fredrickson, 262/786-7330 or jfredrickson@hanb.org

Hearing LoopHoly Apostles Now Offers a Hearing Loop for Hearing Aid Users

What is a hearing loop and how does it work?

Hearing loop systems take sound straight from the sound system and deliver it right into the listener’s hearing aid without extraneous background noise without having to pick up a separate listening device.

All the user needs to do is switch his or her hearing aid or cochlear implant to the “T”, telephone, or hearing loop program. All but the very smallest modern hearing aids tend to be supplied with this internal t-coil or telecoil. If you are not sure whether your hearing aids have a t-coil, or you don’t know how to access the T program, your audiologist or hearing aid specialist will be able to advise.

To read more about the hearing loop, visit hearingloop.org or loopwisconsin.com.

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