Hearing Assistance System:
All Parishes are equipped with The Loop. Activate t-coil on your hearing aid or ask for a device.
The Eucharistic Miracles of the World
is stopping at Our Lady of the Holyland
Thursday, April 18 - Sunday, April 21 - Holy Cross Site
LENT STATIONS OF THE CROSS
Mondays after Mass at St. Mary
Tuesdays after Mass at St. Cloud
Thursdays after Mass at St. Joe
Fridays after Mass at Holy Cross
Fridays 2:15 PM at St. John the Baptist
Existing Facilities Report
Below you will find a link to the Parish Assessment just completed. The information will give you a sense of the condition of all of our buildings and shows us what repairs we must focus on at our various sites. If you remember, this assessment was part of our Love One Another Campaign we just finished.
The Family Faith Formation videos are recordings of the monthly talks that Chris McGalloway gives to the parents in Family Faith Formation. The videos are relevant for all Catholics so we are providing the link here.
Weekend mass schedule
Saturday — 4:30 p.m. — Holy Cross
Sunday — 7:30 a.m. — St. Cloud
9:00 a.m. — St. Mary
10:30 a.m. — St. John
We are Our Lady of the Holyland, located in the northwest corner of the Archdiocese of Milwaukee. In 1841, Fr. Caspar Rehrl along with pioneer families from Germany founded St. John the Baptist Parish in Johnsburg, Wisconsin. Visitation of the Blessed Virgin Mary Parish in Marytown was established in 1849. That same year Fr. Rehrl, the "Apostle to the Holyland" built a log chapel under the patronage of St. Nicholas to serve the German immigrant farmers in nearby Mount Calvary. Renamed Holy Cross, this parish would eventually become three parishes with the establishment of St. Claudius (later St. Cloud) in St. Cloud and St. Joseph in St. Joe. The 3 communities were reunited and became St. Isidore the Farmer Parish in 2010.
Today, the 5 churches which make up Our Lady of the Holyland Parish work together so that we might be a stronger and more vibrant community of faith.
The Capuchin Franciscan friars of the Province of St. Joseph have been serving the people of the Holyland since 1857. Today 3 Capuchin friars serve the people of the Holyland: Fr. Paul Koenig, OFM Capuchin as pastor and Fr. Oliver Bambenek, OFM Capuchin and Fr. Larry Abler, OFM Capuchin as sacramental ministers.
Please join us as we work to become better disciples of Jesus Christ in our Holyland!