St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church

Church Information

Location

94 North Lincoln Street
Post Office Box 396
Elkhart Lake, WI 53020-0396
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Pastor

Fr. Dan Volkert

Office Hours

Mon-Fri, 7:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Contact

Phone: (920) 876-2457
Fax: (920) 876-2036
st.thomas.aquinas@frontier.com

Mass Schedule

St. Thomas Aquinas

Daily Mass

Wednesday/Friday
8:00 am

Saturday

5:30 pm

Sunday

8:00 am

Confession

First and Third Saturdays
9:30 am - 10:00 am

Eucharistic Adoration

Wednesdays
8:30-10:00 am

Come Pray With Us

St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church is a Roman Catholic parish in the northernmost corner of the diocese of Milwaukee. St. Thomas Aquinas is located in scenic Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin, near the historic resort "The Osthoff" and the road course "Road America".

Farewell Social for Fr. John Schreiter - Oct 1 & 2

Fr. John Schreiter (and his dog Turk) will be going home soon. His last Mass will be held October 2.

Father commented:

Thanks to each and every one of you who reached out to me with a smile, helping hand, dog-sitting, compliment, invitation, gift and note. I treasure each and every one of you. Turk does, too.

I hope to see many of you at the social next Saturday after the 5:30 Mass at STA, or after the Sunday 9:30 a.m. Mass at St. John the Baptist.

Father invites you to write, text, email or call. Below is his contact info.

Fr. John Schreiter
W3898 W. Lemonweir Ct.
Mauston WI 53948
(262) 370-5556

Faithful Citizenship

“In the Catholic Tradition, responsible citizenship is a virtue, and participation in political life is a moral obligation. As Catholics, we should be guided more by our moral convictions than by our attachment to a political party or interest group.” – Forming Consciences for Faithful Citizenship

The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops and Wisconsin Catholic Conference have put together several resources to help Catholics reflect on their duties as faithful citizens.

Wisconsin Voting Dates

General Election - Tuesday, November 8, 2016
Proper identification is required in the State of Wisconsin. Check with your polling location for details. Polls open from 7:00 a.m. until 8:00 p.m.

Rich Curran's Presentation

View the presentation Rich Curran gave. The links below are in order of the presentation: Video 1, Video 2, Video 3, Video 4 and Video 5.

Stewardship Opportunities

Stewardship is a way of life - something we practice in a dozen little ways every day. St. Thomas Aquinas is a "stewardship parish." We, as Catholics, are called to live out our Gospel values in small ways and large; each member putting their God-given gifts and talents to use. To see a list of some of the ways you can put your gift of time to use see our Stewardship Opportunities Catalog. Use the Stewardship Form to signup.

Church History

Built in 1896, and formerly known as St. George, this parish was once part of the Green Bay diocese. In 1967, a new building was built to accommodate those from both parishes of St. Fridolin of Glenbeulah (1865) (see pictures below) and members of St. George in Elkhart Lake. On July 1, 2001, St. Fridolin and St. George merged to become the parish now known as St. Thomas Aquinas. St. Fridolin is still maintained and can be utilized for special functions. It is located at 210 N. Dillingha.m., Glenbeulah, WI 53023.

Wedding Info

At least one of the couple proposing to get married must be an active member of the Catholic Faith and of St. Thomas Aquinas. Wedding dates must be booked a minimum of 6 months in advance of the wedding date. View additional wedding policies for St. Thomas Aquinas.

Hearing Loop Installed for Hard of Hearing

St. Thomas Aquinas recently installed a hearing loop. While a person with normal hearing may have little trouble distinguishing between background noise and the primary conversation, this is more challenging for those with any degree of hearing loss. For the hearing-impaired, this hearing loop eliminates background noise by relaying sound directly from a microphone into the user’s hearing aid or cochlear implant. There is no limit to the number of people who can access the loop at once. Learn more.