For event details or any questions you have about upcoming events, email Steve Pable, Director of Adult Discipleship Formation for our Catholic Parishes of Neenah-Menasha, at [email protected].

Weekend Mass Times

No matter your schedule, you can find a time to gather for worship!

St. John – Saturdays at 4pm, Sundays at 9am
St. Mary – Saturdays at 6pm, Sundays at 11am
St. Gabriel – Saturdays at 4:30pm, Sundays at 8am, 10am and 5pm
St. Margaret Mary – Saturdays at 5pm, Sundays at 7:30am and 9:30am
St. Patrick – Sundays at 8am and 10am (English) and 12pm (Spanish)

Confession Times

God loves you. He is eager to share life and mercy and hope with you. Has it been a while? You will find a compassionate priest to guide you through.

St. John – 30 minutes before every Mass, Thursdays 12pm to 1pm, Fridays 12pm to 1pm
St. Mary – 30 minutes before every Mass, Tuesdays 12pm to 1pm, Wednesdays 12pm to 1pm
St. Gabriel – Tuesdays 4:30pm to 5:30pm, Saturdays 3:15pm to 4pm
St. Margaret Mary – Tuesdays 4pm
St. Patrick – after Sunday Masses


In His last recorded words in Matthew’s Gospel, Jesus promised us, “He would remain with us always” (Mt. 28:20). One of the most profound ways He does so is in the gift of the Eucharist. You can know the peace and radiance of Jesus’ presence in Adoration. Simply sitting quietly before Him, you can let Jesus speak to your heart, ease your burdens and share your joys and concerns. Anyone can participate in Adoration. You can see some of the regular times available at our local parishes here or you can go to Adoration any time, 24/7, at our Twin Cities Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration Chapel attached to the back of St. Margaret Mary Parish. Using the Washington Ave parking lot, make your way behind the parish offices and up to the back of the church building. You’ll need an access code to get inside, which you can get by contacting the parish office at (920) 729-4560.


What is a “Eucharistic Mission”?

Have you ever felt that you are just going through the motions of your Catholic life? Are there times you’ve shown up for Mass mainly just because you are supposed to? Let’s face it – we are human, and our senses and hearts can sometimes be dulled to the magnificent and world-changing mystery that unfolds there upon the altar. This is why we need a reminder, a fresh encounter with Jesus, who opens our eyes to the boundless love of God poured out for us. The Lord is uniquely present, there to meet you in your hurts, your questions, and your fears. He is eager to welcome you, to listen to you, and to transform your life from the inside out!

In a traditional parish mission, a preacher (priest, religious, or layperson) would come to a parish, usually for a multi-night event, to unpack a particular theme or topic of our Catholic faith. A parish mission includes inspiring teaching, and usually an opportunity for confession, Mass, or sometimes even Anointing of the Sick.

This Easter Season we have a unique inter-parish event, featuring Fr. Daniel Williamson, a Franciscan Friar of the Renewal. He is one of only 56 Eucharistic Preachers who have been specially commissioned to go throughout the United States sharing a message of hope and renewal during our nationwide Eucharistic Revival. You’ll be hearing more about this in the weeks and months to come, but you can learn a lot at


Operation Rice Bowl

Collect change to make change. Help vulnerable people overcome poverty through better farming and education. CRS (Catholic Relief Services) is the official international aid agency of the Church. You can learn more and donate directly at Did you know 25% of donations remain here in Northeast Wisconsin to support local food banks?

Rise Against Hunger

Join this one-day high-energy event with family and friends on Saturday, May 6, at St. Margaret Mary to package over 30,000 meals for disaster relief.