All Saints Catholic Church will LIVE stream the Mass on our Facebook Page

every Sunday at 10:00 AM

Here is the link to watch Mass LIVE

replay of November 29, 2020 Holy Mass Click here to view

How to make a Spiritual Communion Click here to read

                  All Saints Church will be open this week Tues – Wed. 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM for private prayer.

Thanksgiving Day Mass is at 8:00 AM on Thursday, November 26th. 
Parish Office will be Closed Thanksgiving Day and Friday, November 27th.
All Saints Catholic Parish:

Father David and Deacon Jim will LIVE stream Mass on Sunday 10:00 AM from our All Saints Catholic Church Facebook Page: Click to watch LIVE

Click on the following link for a download/printable copy of the readings for daily Mass.  This free resource is provided by The Word Among Us.  You can find all their free resources HERE

Our diocese website has some great resources for deepening your faith and worshiping at home during this time of social distancing:
Pray at home
List of televised and online Masses

In addition:

WISC-TV / Channel3000 Sunday at 6:00 AM, and replayed on TVW and Direct TV 14 Sunday at 7:00 AM

Sunday 10:30 Mass (Live) from St. Peter, in Ashton

A Moment with the Bishop – Video Series
Click the link below to view or subscribe to the
Moment with the Bishop Daily Series:

Here is some good news based on an article found on, and signed by Thomas W. McGovern, Deacon Timothy Flanigan & Paul Cieslak, who are physician members of the Thomistic Institute Working Group on Infectious Disease Protocols for Sacraments & Pastoral Care. An excerpt is included below, but the whole article is worth reading.

You can access the full article by clicking on the image above or here: Evidence-Based Guidelines to Celebrate Holy Mass Safely Are Working

 “Catholic churches across the country have been open for up to four months since shelter-in-place orders were lifted. With approximately 17,000 parishes in America typically holding three or more weekend Masses – and a greater number of daily Masses – for the last 14 or more weeks – over one million public Masses have been celebrated following guidelines to prevent the spread of the virus: in sum, follow the three W’s – watch your distance, wear your mask, and wash your hands. The Good News: for Catholic churches following these guidelines, no outbreaks of COVID-19 have been linked to church attendance, even though we have examples – some described below – of asymptomatic, unknowingly infected individuals attending mass and other parish functions. Their attendance could have led to an outbreak if appropriate precautions were not followed, yet in each case, we found no evidence of viral transmission. In late July, the Thomistic Institute (TI) released updated guidelines for celebration of Mass during the COVID-19 pandemic. No evidence has emerged to suggest that distribution of Holy Communion in accordance with TI Guidelines has led to COVID transmission.  The few churches that have been reported as sources of COVID-19 outbreaks did not follow social distancing or require masks; they also promoted congregational singing.”



In light of COVID-19, this Advent and Christmas Season will present challenges when worshipping the Christ Child and celebrating His nativity. However, using the creativity God has given us, it also gives us the opportunity to do it in new and different ways!

This year there will need to be a Christmas Mass Time Sign-Up to ensure we stay within our max capacity limits and prevent overcrowding (max capacity is 250 people which includes utilizing the gathering space with chairs set up; socially distanced)

 We ask that parishioners only sign up for one Mass time to fulfill their Holy 

Day of obligation. . 

  • Please include the number of people in your household and any out of town guests that may be accompanying you
  • Out of consideration, we urge parishioners to reserve the 4:30 Mass for families (parents) of children, as this Mass in particular, is devoted to the participation of the children.  
Below are the Signup Links for Christmas Mass Times. Each Mass time has its own sign up link. There will be only 200 spots available per Mass and will be first come first serve. If one Mass becomes full, we hope you will sign up for a different Mass time, even though you may not be the one you are used to attending.   

For those who do not have internet access to sign-up, we ask that family members assist each other in doing so, or you may call the parish to have a parish office team member assist you in signing up for a Mass time. 

To sign up – go to the corresponding link for the Mass you wish to attend. Click on the orange box that says Sign UP, then select Submit & Sign UP. You will then be able to enter the family name and number of people who will be in your household attending that Mass. 

Thursday, Dec 24th 4:30PM Christmas Eve Children’s Mass: 

Is Now Full - Reached Capacity

Thursday, Dec 24th 7:00PM Mass Time:

Thursday, Dec 24th 9:30PM Mass Time:

Friday, Dec 25th 10:00AM Mass Time:


We are planning for our traditional Thanksgiving meal again this year… only to go! There will be no in-person dining this year in the social hall. The traditional turkey dinner with mashed potatoes, stuffing, corn, cranberries, dinner roll and dessert (decorated white cake with frosting) will be served on Thursday, November 26th. Meal pickup up will start at 11AM – 2PM (or until sold out) Please call Sara Witz at 920-878-2597 or call the parish office to schedule your holiday meal delivery or pickup by 4:00PM on Friday, November 20th.







LIVE NATIVITY WINDOW – Saturday, November 28th 11-3PM in the old radio station building next to Fortifi Bank Parking lot in Berlin.

There will also be a Poinsetta Sale and Wreath Pickup.


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