The main focus of All Saints Catholic Community is to provide the sacraments to the Catholic parishioners within our community and strengthen the bond of our community members with one another to form the true Body of Christ. This page assists in this goal by providing the necessary information on becoming a registered parishioner in our community and on how to participate in the sacraments, which are the foundation of our community and Church.
How to receive the Sacraments:
Baptism: The Sacrament of Baptism, which the official entry into the Church, can be administered based on appointment by the Pastor. Please contact the All Saints Central Office about scheduling a baptism and baptism preparation at (715) 644-5435.
Holy Communion: Catholics must go through certain religious education to participate in the reception of the Holy Eucharist. Children, once becoming the age of reason (age 7) and having participated and adequately completed the education program the parish prescribes, may participate in their First Holy Communion which is held in early May annually. Please contact All Saints Central Office about placing your child in the religious education program at (715) 644-5435. For adults who have already partaken in their First Holy Communion, please see the Mass Times page for a detailed Mass list.
Confession: The Sacrament of Confession is held every Saturday at 3:15pm at St. Rose of Lima Church and at 5:30pm at Holy Family Church, both until 15 minutes before the upcoming Mass. Please read the most recent bulletin for instances of additional opportunities for Confession.
Matrimony: The Sacrament of Matrimony can be ministered once a couple has gone through the appropriate sacraments and marriage preparation. Pastoral Marriage preparation requires that arrangements be made with the parish at least six months to a year before the anticipated wedding date. Please contact All Saints Central Office for more information at (715) 644-5435.
Anointing of the Sick: The Sacrament of Anointing of the Sick can be ministered upon request. Please contact All Saints Central Office to get in contact with the Pastor to arrange an appointment at (715) 644-5435.
RCIA (Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults): This special program is led by Deacon Ned Willkom and is offered for fallen away Catholics and non-Catholics. The program is centered around education of the faith using the Catechism of the Catholic Church. All those interested should contact the Central Office at (715) 644-5435. Non-Catholics that complete the year-long program will then be able to receive the sacraments of Christian initiation at the upcoming Easter Vigil Mass.