The Wisconsin Rapids Deanery consists of 12 parishes in south Wood County and Adams County in central Wisconsin.
The 19-county Diocese of La Crosse is organized into 13 deaneries.
|Minutes from the Deanery Pastoral Council, Sept. 24, 2015|
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An Evening for Couples Dinner/Dance
The Wisconsin Rapids Deanery Family Life Committee is sponsoring its 8th annual dinner/dance for all engaged and married couples. Fr. Sam Martin will be the featured speaker.
Theme: “You May Be Right, I May Be Crazy” Or “How Healthy Love of Self Accentuates Marriage”
Where: Hotel Mead, Wisconsin Rapids
When: Social with a cash bar at 5 p.m., dinner at 6 p.m., followed by speaker, then music and dancing until 10 p.m.
Cost: $50 per couple; door prizes
Click here for the registration form.
Registration deadline is Feb. 22.
Bishop Callahan's radio program
"Connecting the Diocese" is Bishop William Callahan's weekly radio program, which airs on the Relevant Radio stations in the Diocese of La Crosse. The program airs at 9 a.m. Fridays, with rebroadcasts at 10 a.m. Saturdays and noon on Sundays.
stations in the Diocese of La Crosse:
Wisconsin Rapids 93.9 FM WMMA
Wausau 92.9 FM WYNW
La Crosse 1570 AM WKBH
Eau Claire 1050 AM WDVM
Father Joseph Walijewski Legacy Guild
On March 19, 2013, Bishop William Callahan opened the cause for beatification and canonization for Fr. Joseph Walijewski, who died in 2006. Fr. Joe, a priest of the Diocese of La Crosse, spent most of his ministry serving the missions in Bolivia and Peru.
Since the opening of the cause, Bishop Callahan formed a tribunal to study and document the life of Fr. Walijewski. Witnesses are called before the tribunal to recount facts on the exercise of Christian virtues considered heroic specific to Fr. Walijewski’s state in life. In addition, all documents written by and about Fr. Walijewski are being gathered and examined. This time of study and documentation is expected to take about five years.
Learn more about the life of Fr. Joe, and see how you can help further his cause for sainthood. Click here for the Father Joseph Walijewski Legacy Guild website.
Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration
The Marian Center for Peace has been canonically recognized by Bishop William Patrick Callahan as a private association within the Diocese of La Crosse for the good of the continued growth of the Church and the salvation of souls, not only in the Wisconsin Rapids Deanery but also throughout the Diocese.
Rev. James Altman, Dean
SS. Peter & Paul Church
1150 2nd St. N., Wisconsin Rapids, WI 54494
Phone: 715-423-1351 Email: email@example.com
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