WELCOME  to  Ss. Peter & Paul

Catholic Church - Weyauwega, Wisconsin

Feed your FAITH    -    and your fears will starve to death

Updates/Changes due to Coronavirus

Dear Parishioners,

These days certainly are unlike any others most of us have experienced. We want to keep you up-to-date in terms of our parish community and our spiritual lives during this time.

Effective Friday, March 20, Bishop Ricken has suspended all public attendance at Masses through at least mid-April. Bishop Ricken assures us that not attending Mass during a national health emergency like this is not sinful.
Priests will continue to celebrate Mass privately during this time, and we will certainly be praying for everyone during this difficult time.

Ss. Peter and Paul Church will remain open for private prayer every day of the week from 8:00am - 9:00pm.  We encourage people to come and pray privately.  We will have some prayer materials available.

The parish office will remain open with normal hours of 7:45am - 12:15pm.  Please email the parish office, or call with any questions or concerns you may have.  The Sacrament of Reconciliation will still be available on Saturday at 3:45pm - 4:15pm. 

All other events and services are cancelled.

This is going to be a difficult time, and we will be without the Eucharist during this time. We are not able to offer communion to people except in danger of death. Spiritual communion is a prayer expressing our desire for Holy Communion, the Eucharist, in times when we are not able to receive Him. St. Thomas Aquinas defined a Spiritual Communion as “an ardent desire to receive Jesus in the Most Holy Sacrament and in lovingly embracing Him as if we had actually received Him.”

Click here for the prayer

Daily Mass is livestreamed Monday through Friday from the campus of Relevant Radio in Green Bay.  You can access the Mass at the Relevant Radio app, or at this link https://relevantradio.com/faith/daily-mass-video/.

We will be working in the coming days on a plan to keep in touch with our parishioners in a variety of ways.
We will also be finding ways to communicate with you and provide spiritual resources. 

This will be a difficult time for many. Let us pray for all who are or will be ill with the virus, and for all in health care professions who will be working very hard to bring healing. 

As with so many households and businesses, this will be a difficult time financially for our parish as well. You may continue to offer your contributions through Electronic Fund Transfer. We can always receive contributions via the mail or in person as well.

On Thursday, March 19, Bishop Ricken is beginning a year of prayer in honor of St. Joseph, Patron of the Universal Church. Let us seek his intercession for all people as we enter into this difficult time. St. Joseph, pray for us!

Please know of my prayers each day for you.


Fr. Matthew


Anointing of the Sick

If you or a loved one are in emergency need of the Sacrament of the Sick, please call 920-460-9981 directly.


Confessions will remain available on Saturday afternoons from 3:45pm -4:15pm. Due to safety concerns, confessions will only be available behind the screen.


We encourage you to follow along with a Mass from Bishop Barron's personal chapel.  Click here

Please see Mass times sections for more options to tune into Mass.

Personal Prayer

The church will remain open everyday of the week 8:00am - 9:00pm for personal prayer.  

Youth Faith Formation

Faith formation classes have been cancelled until further notice.

  •   Read a book of the Bible or stories from a children's Bible.
  •   Check out “Stories of Saints for Kids” on You Tube  
  •   Check out Pureflix.com a Christian version of Netflix (with a 30 day free trial) that can provide some great Christian movies, shows, etc.  

Please feel free to call or text or email Steph Hansen (920-277-8844, hansensteph@yahoo.com) with questions.


"Trust in the Lord with all your heart.  Lean not on your own understanding." (prov. 3:5)


"Rejoice.  I say it again, rejoice.  The Lord is near.  Have no anxiety at all, but in all things with prayer and thanksgiving make your requests known to God.  Then, the peace of Christ which surpasses all understanding will guard your hearts and minds in Christ Jesus." (Philippines 4:5-8)

Just so everyone knows, there will be no public Masses for the time being at Ss. Peter and Paul.

Keep in mind that Sunday remains the Lord's Day, and we want to continue to pray with the Church and unite ourselves spiritually to the Mass.

We want to share some resources for you to tune into Mass, so that you can continue to pray with your family for the Church and the world.


-WFRV Channel 5 will broadcast Bishop Ricken celebrating Sunday Mass at 10:30a
-WBAY Channel 2 will broadcast Sunday morning Mass at 5:30a
-CW14 will broadcast Sunday morning Mass at 8:00a
-ETWN televises Sunday Mass at 7:00a, 11:00a and 11:00p. Televised daily Mass is offered at 7:00am, 11:00am and 6:00p.

Relevant Radio Station 1050 AM:

Sunday Mass aired at 9:00a
Daily Mass at 12:00p
Download the App and stream live


ETWN and Relevant Radio offer Live-streaming of the Masses they broadcast.
The Cathedral in Green Bay is promising a live stream of their 9:00a Sunday Mass
Word on Fire has Mass everyday, which can be found here:

Weekend Mass Times 

Saturday (Mass of Anticipation): 4:30 pm

Sunday: 10:30 am

*Spanish Mass is offered the 2nd Sunday of the Month at 2:00 pm.

Special Masses listed under Upcoming Events

Daily Mass Times

Tuesday: 9:00 am

Thursday: 9:00 am

Reconciliation Times

Saturday: 3:45 - 4:1

**Reconciliation is also available by request after Mass or by appointment throughout the week.

Prayer Times

Adoration and Reconciliation after Mass 1st and 3rd Thursday of the month

Church is open often throughout the week for personal prayer.  If you find it locked during office hours, our secretary, Dawn, can open it for you.  If you would like it opened for prayer other times, please contact Steph Hansen at 920-277-8844.  We encourage everyone to come into Jesus' presence for personal prayer as often as possible.

Father Matthew


Meeting JESUS in the Eucharist


As friends and followers of Jesus, we are devoted to fostering households and communities of discipleship through the mission and ministry of the Catholic Church.


SS Peter and Paul is a vibrant Catholic Community where all are welcome.

We welcome new disciples to our parish community. If you live within our parish boundaries, which is our mission field, then you are already a member. It is still important that you register with the parish, so we can communicate with you throughout the year. We are here to help you meet Jesus Christ, grow in holiness, and fully participate in a life of prayer. 

Please contact Fr. Matthew to set up an appointment to register at the parish. 


Thank you for your interest in Ss. Peter and Paul Catholic Church.

We look forward to meeting you very soon!


Father Matthew Rappl


(920) 867-2179
(920) 460-9981 (emergency contact) 

Mrs. Dawn Nelson

Administrative Assistant

(920) 867-2179
(920) 867-2074 Fax

Mrs. Stephanie Hansen

 Faith Formation Coordinator 

(920) 867-2170

(920) 277-8844 (cell)


Mrs. Carolynn Rynish

Faith Formation Assistant




  “Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you” (Matthew 28:19-20). 


In Baptism we celebrate being reborn as sons and daughters of God.  Through this beautiful sacrament we become members of the Church and share in its mission—to spread the Gospel through our lives in the world.


Catholics will most often be baptized as infants—when a baby is baptized the parents and godparents speak for the child, expressing the desire for baptism.  Infant baptism emphasizes Christ’s desire to “let the little ones come to me” and emphasizes the important role of family and community in our life of faith.


First time parents (new and expecting) are required to attend a baptismal preparation session.  You can set up this session by contacting Fr. Matthew directly.  In this session we discuss living out discipleship through our baptismal call.  We also focus on the Rite of Baptism and lay out the process for scheduling a baptism in our parish.  If you have any questions, please contact the parish office at  (920) 867-2179.

Anointing of the Sick


  “Is any among you sick? Let him call the presbyters of the Church, and let them pray over him, anointing him with oil in the name of the Lord; and the prayer of faith will save the sick man, and the Lord will raise him up; and if he has committed sins, he will be forgiven” (James 5:14-15). 


The Sacrament of Anointing of the Sick gives special grace and comfort to those experiencing the difficulties inherent in grave illness or advancement of years.  Each time someone falls seriously ill, he or she is encouraged to receive this sacrament, and he or she may receive it again each time the illness worsens. The strength and peace of the Lord that may be received in this sacrament helps the ill to be united to Christ during their trials.


If you or someone you love is in need of the grace of the Sacrament of Anointing, please contact Fr. Matthew directly, or in the case of emergency only, please reach him on his phone.  Fr. Matthew will also do anointings after Masses, as needed.   



On the evening of that day, the first day of the week…[Jesus] breathed on them, and said to them: ‘Receive the Holy Spirit.  If you forgive the sins of any, they are forgiven; if you retain the sins of any, they are retained’” (John 20:19, 22-23).


The Sacrament of Reconciliation (also called “Confession” or “Penance”) is a beautiful encounter with our Lord and the Church in which the mercy of God is poured out for us, and we receive forgiveness of our sin.  Through the Sacrament of Reconciliation, God forgives our sin, and we also are reconciled with the entire Church.


The Sacrament of Reconciliation is scheduled regularly at our parish on Saturdays from 3:45 - 4:15 pm, and on the 1st and 3rd Thursday of the month, following Mass.  Please see Welcome section for any additional offerings.


Marriage is a sacrament of vocation in which the Holy Spirit binds a man and woman in matrimony through the vows they make to each other. A priest or deacon witnesses the marriage on behalf of the Church, and a lifelong covenant is formed that parallels the relationship Christ has with his bride, the Church. This sacrament strengthens and binds couples in a lifelong relationship to remain faithful to one another, and to lovingly welcome children into their family through conception or adoption.


Ss. Peter and Paul Catholic Church takes great joy in assisting couples as they prepare for their wedding day and continues to support them throughout the entirety of their marriage and family life together. Engaged couples have the full support of our faith community, meeting individually for marriage preparation with a priest as well as partaking in other formation opportunities. Mentor couples meet with the engaged couple to assist the couple as they grow in communication and mutual understanding through the use of the FOCCUS survey, and each couple participates in a workshop or retreat to prepare them as they enter into this sacrament.


Requirements for a man and woman who desire to be married within our church are as follows:


·         One of the two engaged individuals has been a member of our parish at some point in their lifetime, or is willing to establish ongoing membership within our faith community. 

·         Both individuals are free to marry in the Catholic Church. That is, they either have not previously been married in any setting or any previous marriage has gone through the Church's annulment process. 


If you are planning on getting engaged, or are engaged now, please know that we are ready to be an active part of your marriage preparation! We can answer any questions you may have about this sacrament and your preparations for married life together. Contact the parish office at (920) 867-2179. You can also visit the website Catholic Wedding Help to assist you in planning a Catholic wedding.  


Already married but not married in the Church?

You may call to meet Fr. Matthew to discuss the possibility of entering into the Sacrament of Matrimony in addition to your civil marriage. This would be a new step in your relationship, asking the grace of God to be at work, and binding you and your spouse to vows before God. 


Previously married?

If you have been married and divorced, you may want to discuss the possibility of an annulment. An annulment process looks at whether the prior marriage had conditions missing for it to be a sacramental marriage. The annulment process is concerned mainly with the personal and spiritual aspects of marriage. It does not “erase” the civil contract, and it does not render children illegitimate. It merely states that after thorough investigation, the Church has decided that a marriage, as the Church understands marriage, was not valid.  Fr. Matthew is trained to assist people in this process. Please call the parish office to set up a time to discuss this. If an annulment is granted, the person is then free to enter into a sacramental marriage.


Our Faith Formation program seeks to help parents teach their children about the faith and grow in a relationship with Jesus through classes, prayer experiences, Christian service, retreats, and more.  It includes:

  • Children's Liturgy (for ages 3-3rd. gr.) during Mass
  • Gr. 1-12 weekly classes 
  • Sacrament Preparation 
  • Youth Group 
  • Retreats and Conferences

For more information, please contact Steph Hansen, our Faith Formation Coordinator, at 920-867-2170.  Thank you!

Faith Formation Schedule


Faith Formation Registration Forms

Printed forms available by request.


Transportation Form

Bible Studies/Faith Sharing Groups

Feed your soul, meet new people, grow in faith, and have fun

Experience the Power of the Holy Spirit  

What:  A Faith Sharing Group using the video series called The Wild Goose by Fr. Dave Pivonka (Wild Goose is a term the ancient Celts had for the Holy Spirit) 

 The 14 sessions include topics such as:

  • God's Love Poured Out.
  • The Breath of God.
  • Baptism in the Holy Spirit and Fire.
  • The Spirit and Our Lady.
  • Gifts of the Holy Spirit.
  • The Spirit and the Eucharist.
  • The Spirit of Adoption.
  • The Spirit and the Sacraments.

When:  Most Wednesday evenings (We started, but you are welcome to join in at any point.) 

              6:00 potluck meal (every week) followed by video, personal prayer, and small group discussion.

               Jan. 15, 22, 26; Feb. 5, 19; March 4, 18, 25; April 1, 22, 29; May 6, 20, 27

Where:  The parish hall

Who:  Adults as well as teens (12th grade and older)

Why: The mission of the Wild Goose is to invite men and women to an encounter, or a renewed encounter, with Christ who perfectly reveals the love of the Father by the grace of the Holy Spirit. 

The Holy Spirit is not merely something relegated to Confirmation but the Spirit desires a relationship with us that will take us on the greatest adventure imaginable; a journey to the very Heart of God. The Holy Spirit desires to be present to us in a manner that brings light out of darkness, freedom out of bondage, order out of chaos and life out of death. Such is the power of the Wild Goose.

More Information:  Check out:  thewildgooseisloose.com or Contact Steph Hansen at the Faith Formation office 920-867-2170 or cell 920-277-8844 or hansensteph@yahoo.com

Lenten Food for the Soul

Thursdays 6:30

Come early for the stations of the cross at 6:00 if you want to.

Each video session includes discussion

and personal prayer time in church.

  • Thursday, Feb. 27:  Bishop Barron video on Prayer
  • Thursdays March 5, 12, and 19:  Bishop Barron video                           "Seven Deadly Sins; Seven Lively Virtues"
  • Thursday March 26:  Talk by our own Fr. Matthew (topic to        be determined)
  • Thursday April 2:  Parenting Discussion (Share your struggles/?s and your successes; we will learn from each other) and Tips from St. Therese's Parents (Saints Louis and Zelie Martin)!

  (Can't make a Bishop Barron video?  Check it out on you tube.  You won't get the prayer time in church or the faith sharing, but you will get his great insights!)  

More Information:  Contact Steph Hansen at the Faith Formation office 920-867-2170 or cell 920-277-8844 or hansensteph@yahoo.com




Ash Wednesday Mass - 7 pm

Holy Thursday Mass - 6:30 pm

Good Friday Service - 1:00 pm

Holy Saturday/Easter Vigil Mass - 8:15 pm

Easter Sunday Mass - 10:30 am

Knights of Columbus Monthly FREE Meals

(the 4th Sunday of each month after the 10:30 mass)

Everyone is welcome to come for food, fun, and fellowship

Lenten Food for the Soul

Stations of the Cross Thursdays - 6:00

Lenten Video Presentations/Speakers  Thursdays at 6:30

(See "Adult Faith Formation" on this website for more information/weekly topics)

Awareity Incident Reporting

The Diocese of Green Bay Office of Safe Environment has implemented a
web-based incident reporting tool called Awareity. Awareity is a comprehensive platform for reporting,
tracking, and documenting incidents and concerns. Awareity empowers program leaders, staff,
neighbors, visitors, and all other community members to be heard and to safely report warning signs
and trouble. The goal of Awareity is prevention and to help identify red flags and warning signs before
an incident occurs or escalates.  Should you have an incident you want to report, click on the link

below and then click on the green butterfly.

Awareity Incident Reporting