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St. Mary Church & St. Raymond of Penafort Church

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Address
Saint Mary 1812 Lynn Avenue
St Raymond E10455 Mallard Road Fall Creek, WI 54742
WI
USA
Phone
7158551294
Website
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Pastor
Father Derek Sakowski

Mass Times

Weekend

Saturday: 4:00 pm
St Mary

Saturday: 6:00 pm
Saint Raymond

Sunday: 9:00 am
Saint Raymond

Sunday: 11:00 am
St Mary

Sunday: 1:00 pm
St Mary
Spanish

Weekday

Tuesday: 8:00 am
Saint Raymonnd

Wednesday: 8:00 am
Saint Mary

Thursday: 8:00 am
St Raymond

Friday: 8:00 am
St Mary

Confessional

Saturday: 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Saint Mary

Special

Sunday: 5:00 - 9:00 pm
St Raymond Eucharistic Adoration

Tuesday: 5:00 - 9:00 pm
Eucharistic Exposition St Mary

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About St. Mary Church & St. Raymond of Penafort Church

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There is unofficial evidence that St. Mary's parish may have been established in 1902. The inspiration for establishing a full-parish at Altoona has been credited to Fr. Lawrence J. Vaughn, Altoona’s first resident priest. He went about lecturing a great deal and used his “lecture money” to help build up St. Mary’s Parish. He bought a two-story rambling hotel for $500. The building was moved from its location north of Spooner Avenue to where the church is presently located. After Fr. Vaughn left in July 1907, Fr. Henry Toeller came to Altoona. It was under his charge that the old St. Mary’s Church was built (completed in 1916 with a congregation of about 30 families). Fr. Toeller left in 1923 and Fr. Titus Tettenborn of the Oblates Immaculate Mary took over. The Oblate Fathers continued to serve St. Mary’s for the next forty years. In June 1964, Bishop Treacy replaced the Oblate Fathers with a diocesan priest, Fr. Herbert Zoromski. On August 28, 1968 Fr. Norbert Wilger arrived to assume leadership over the (then) 265 family parish. In 2008, Fr. Wilger retired after 40 years of dedication and service to St. Mary’s. In 2012, Fr. Derek Sakowski was named Parochial Administrator for both St. Mary’s and St. Raymond of Peñafort (in Brackett), as well as Hispanic Minister for the Eau Claire area. Fr. Sakowski was appointed pastor of both parishes on Feb. 7, 2013.

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