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.


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

Come Visit us This Weekend


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✝ Leo Schneider
By: Natty Kranz
† Cortney Sauter
By: Dziewior Family
✝ Margaret Mauch
By: Family
✝ Angela Dziewior
By: Bires Godchildren
✝ Anna McGowan
By: Jim & Penny Arens
✝ Parishioner Mass
✝ Bob Schultz
By: Mike & Marshia Horkan

Upcoming Events

Parish Finance Council
August 10th
6:30 p.m.

Ladies Sodality Meeting
August 12th
6:30 a.m.

Parish Pastoral Council
September 14th
6:30 p.m.



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, Bud Miller, Courtney Miller, Lizzie Mitchell, Tony Oldigs, Karen Patton, Lucille Ryczek, Charlotte Rybicki, Marjorie Senzig, Preston Shields, Jeri Smith, Jane Torgerson, Rosalee Verette, William & Jackie Zenk, Bob Walsh, Marion Walsh, Nancy, 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!

Blood Drive at the Lyndon Station Fire House

Sponsored by St. Mary’s Ladies Sodality and the Patton Family. Saturday, August 7th 8:00 am – 1:00 pm. Sign-up online: versiti.org/ways-to-give/blood-donation Walk-ins are also welcome! If you would like to help cover the costs of food, water, and drinks to support those who donate blood, you can put money in the offertory basket with a separate envelope/note stating “blood drive donation” or contact Karen Patton @ 608-548-8266 or Linda Lochner @ 847-867-4941. Please make checks payable to “St Mary’s Ladies Sodality”. THANK YOU! There is a severe blood shortage in Wisconsin, please, please, PLEASE consider donating!

St. Paul Community Picnic

August 8th 11:00 – 4:00, 622 S. Beach St, Plainfield. Food, Drinks, Games, Family Fun, Community, Farmer’s Market with fresh vegetables, plants, crafts, & baked goods! Music by River City DJ’s, Basket Raffle, & Bingo!

To Have, To Hold, To Honor.

Natural Family Planning Awareness Week is July 25th – 31st. Learning how to live in harmony with God’s design for love and life in marriage is the mission of NFP education. The Diocese of La Crosse offers NFP classes virtually and face to face in 3 different methods. To find a class or learn more go to diolc.org/nfp

Looking Forward to CCD

Our CCD program at St. Mary’s needs your help in planning for the new school year. If your child will be entering 1stor is older but will be new to our program, we would like to know. We are trying to organize our classes and teachers needed. At this time we are also in need of teachers. Please pray about this calling, we need you!! Please contact SandyMadland@frontier.com 608-393-2515 for new students or to talk about joining our teaching staff.

Heads Up!

Now that the country is getting back to a new normal, we at St. Mary’s have made the decision to make the transition to using hymnals. Beginning the weekend of August 7 & 8, hymnals will be available at the back of church, as well as worship aids. If you desire a hymnal, please pick one up before Mass, but please return it to the table as you leave.

A lot of our children’s books seemed to have grown legs and run away! We know sometimes things happen where books get thrown into bags and taken home accidentally, so if you notice any that belong to St. Mary’s, please return them to the shelf in the vestibule so other children can enjoy them too. Thank you and please use and enjoy the books, but try to remember to put them back after Mass.


Tuesday 5:00 p.m.
Saturday 6:00 p.m.


Wednesday, Thursday & Friday
8:00 a.m. – 8:30 a.m.


Saturday 6:35 p.m.
Sunday 8:35 a.m.

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