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Baptisms are celebrated on the first Sunday of the month. To register for a preparation class, call Father Albert at the Parish Office at 715-359-2421.
Saint Therese Parish is proud to be a Roman Catholic Parish located on the corner of Kort Street and Park Street in Rothschild, Wisconsin. For directions on how to visit us, please see our contact information page. We look forward to seeing you soon.
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We are pleased to offer many wonderful opportunities at our parish including adult education, R.C.I.A., Youth and Family Ministry, Sacramental Preparation and more. Please browse this website for more information.
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A Note on Our Live-Streams:
Due to increasing daily Mass in-person attendance,
we have decided to discontinue the streaming of our 8 AM
Our 10 AM Sunday Mass will continue to be streamed for your
Note: You DO NOT need a Facebook account to watch
and you can also check out our previous recordings on this site.
Good News -
At this time, and in accord with Bishop Callahan’s liturgical guidelines for Holy Week, we are now allowing up to 50% capacity inside our church for Masses and liturgies!
Our Parish Compliance Team (Covid Response Team) consulted with our local health department and found this decision to be in harmony with Governor Evers Emergency Order #3 limiting public gatherings. Pre-registration is no longer needed in order to attend Mass at St. Therese. Rest assured that we will continue to clean and disinfect after each Mass for your safety. May we all continue to pray for an expedited end to this pandemic. Thank you for your cooperation and support.
You are in our prayers.
Diocese of La Crosse
Coronavirus (COVID-19) Response
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Bishop William Patrick Callahan’s Letter
Regarding Public Masses
Diocesan Guidelines for Beginning
the Public Celebration of Masses
Addendum to Public Mass Guidelines
(Effective August 1, 2020)
Life has changed. It is important to realize, however, that Christ’s love for us has not changed and our love of Christ has not changed. One of the great missions of the Church is to provide hope and help, and that, too, has not changed.
The work and the spirit of the Catholic Church must carry on! We must not lose hope. We must not lose sight of what Christ calls us to do. The Catholic Church is still important!
The Catholic Church is still relevant! His Church Is Still Here,
His Church Still Provides, and His Church Is You and Me the great work of uplifting and inspiring those around us and leading each other to the Kingdom of Heaven.
When challenged about the relevance of our faith and its effectiveness in our lives, we must remain resolute about the person of Jesus Christ. Every day we witness how hope impacts the lives of so many of God’s people here in our beloved diocese. Through our many ministries supported by the Diocesan Annual Appeal, we continue to ‘Love Thy, Neighbor.’
I ask for your generosity to our Diocesan Annual Appeal. Our 38 ministries, funded and supported by the Diocesan Annual Appeal, serve many of our neighbors, our brothers, and sisters. They need our prayers and assistance. These ministries also enable us to share the
joy of the Gospel.
Thank you for your generosity to our Diocesan Annual Appeal. Thank you for keeping the faith.
Thank you for remaining hopeful.
— Most Rev. William Patrick Callahan,
Bishop of the Diocese of La Crosse
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