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Mass Schedule:

  • Saturdays: 5:00pm

  • Sundays: 7:30am, 9:00am, 10:45am

  • Holy Days: 8:00am and 7:00pm

  • No Childcare or Children's Liturgy of the Word until further notice due to the Archdiocese of Milwaukee's Coronavirus Directives.

  • Please see our Frequently Asked Questions about the Catholic Comeback

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Listening Devices: If you struggle to understand what is being said or sung at Mass, we are happy to provide assisted listening devices for anyone needing help hearing the prayers and preaching. The devices are small and very effective, and are stored in the sacristy. Please see an usher if you are interested in trying one out.  Questions about St. Anthony on the Lake?  Please call 262-691-1173 or email [email protected].

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  • Prayer During a Pandemic by Cameron Bellm

  • Prayer to the Virgin Mary for Protection

  • Lockdown by Fr. Richard Hendrick, OFM

  • Live Perpetual Adoration from Our Lady of Sorrows Church in Birmingham, Alabama

  • Join the Abbey of the Arts community for a free "Novena for Times of Unraveling." The nine-day novena includes a live daily webinar (also recorded for those who can't join in live) with Christine Valters Paintner. Each group session will include time in silence together, a reflection on a helpful spiritual practice, a short guided meditation, sharing, song, and poetry. John Valters Paintner will offer a daily written scripture reflection for your daily prayer.

  • Family Rosary, an apostolate of Holy Cross Family Ministries, also has a Rosary app where you can pray along with Venerable Patrick Peyton, C.S.C. 

  • The Holy Grotto at Lourdes has a live feed on Facebook that broadcasts 24/7 and includes a live Rosary among its programming. You can also leave prayer requests in real time.

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