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Welcome to St. Mary’s Parish

The Oldest Parish in the Diocese

St. Mary’s Church is located in Lyndon Station, WI. It is known as the Upper Cathedral of the dells. It was built by hundreds of Irish immigrants in 1899, and dedicated on May 8th 1900. St. Mary’s parish began in 1853 as St. Bridget’s Catholic Church. St. Bridget’s was formed in 1853 and was located at the present day St. Mary’s Cemetery; west of Lyndon Station on Highway J. St. Mary’s is the oldest parish in the Diocese of LaCrosse.

We are located just north of the Wisconsin Dells on Interstate 90/94, exit 79.
In the Lyndon Station area, 153 families currently call St. Mary’s their home parish.
On March 1, 2017 our parish welcomed our Pastor Father Clayton Elmhorst to St. Mary’s.

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Whether you’re visiting Lyndon Station, passing through or planning to move here, we welcome you!

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Word & Sacrament with Deacon Tom

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Word & Communion with Deacon Tom

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Word & Communion with Deacon Tom

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✝ John Hall
By: Rita Hall Family
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✝ Gene Delmore
By: Betty Delmore
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✝ Parishioner Mass

Upcoming Events

First Holy Communion
May 2nd at
9:00 a.m. Mass

Ladies Sodality Meeting
May 6th 1:00 p.m.
Church Basement

Parish Pastoral Council
May 11th
6:30 p.m.

Parish Finance Council
June 8th
6:30 p.m.

THIS WEEK

NEWS & NOTES

St. Mary’s Prayer List

Vinnie Bellock, Kathy McGowan Bermeo, Braun Family, Joan Burch, Karen DeLange, Jamie Donnelly, Joan, Henry, Bill, William, Clayton, & John Elmhorst, Jim & Adela Hagen, Elizabeth Hall, Roseanne Kenneth, Gloria Kramer, Helena Kwit & Family, Mary Claire Marshall, Courtney Miller, Lizzie Mitchell, Tony Oldigs, Lucille Ryczek, Charlotte Rybicki, Marjorie Senzig, Jeri Smith, Jane Torgerson, Rosalee Verette, William & Jackie Zenk, Nancy Zingsheim, Bob Walsh, those who are sick, unemployed, in need & all families who are suffering in any way; from illness, cancer, uncertainty, anxieties & for the end of the COVID-19 pandemic; Families & Friends please…PRAY THE ROSARY!

Women of Tomah Deanery to Gather May 1 for Spring Assembly

With a theme of “Time to Get Re-acquainted and Re-activated,” Women of the Tomah Deanery will gather on May 1 for their Spring Assembly. The tri-parish Catholic Community of Sacred Heart-Cashton, St. Augustine-Norwalk, and Nativity of the Blessed Virgin-St. Mary’s Ridge will host the Saturday morning gathering that will be held at the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin-St. Mary’s Ridge 26400 County Hwy U, Cashton, WI. will begin at 9 a.m., with the program to begin at 9:30 and conclude at 11:30 a.m.

Casey Jakacki

…passed away peacefully on Divine Mercy Sunday, April 11, 2021. His funeral was at St. Mary’s on Thursday, April 15. He has an amazing life story! To read his obituary, go to: PichaFuneralHome.com Eternal rest grant unto him, O Lord; and let perpetual light shine upon him. May he rest in peace. Amen.

Reminder

When mailing anything to the church/rectory, please use the PO Box number. The address can always be found on the front of the bulletin, and is as follows: St. Mary Parish, P.O. Box 303, Lyndon Station, WI 53944

April is Child Abuse Prevention Month

Some Steps to Prevent Abuse: It is extremely important to communicate openly with your children. Let them know that they can talk to you about anything that bothers them. This will help you identify warning signs and grooming behaviors perpetrated by offenders before they escalate to abuse. Learning how to identify, prevent, and report abuse is key. Parents and guardians should empower their children to protect themselves from harm and to report abuse. Let it be clear that before these abominations the Church will spare no effort to do all that is necessary to bring to justice whosoever has committed such crimes…To those who abuse minors I would say this: “convert and hand yourself over to human justice, and prepare for divine justice.” -Pope Francis, Dec. 21, 2018

Lyndon Station Meals on Wheels Volunteer Drivers Needed

The Aging and Disability Resource Center of Eagle Country Juneau County Office is in need of volunteer drivers to help deliver meals to homebound seniors and residents in the Lyndon Station Area and surrounding Juneau County Communities. Routes take 1-2 hours/day. Choose which days work best for your schedule! Mileage reimbursement is available. Please contact the ADRC at 608-847-9371 for more information.

Floor Project Fundraising Completed!

Thank you to everyone (all 154 families!) who contributed, big and small, to the floor project over the years! We have come to an end in our fundraising efforts for the project and are so very thankful for all the generous donations! THANK YOU!! View New Floor Photos

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