Public Masses have Resumed

The Church has issued the decree that the obligation to attend Sunday Mass remains dispensed until further notice. It is highly encouraged that those in at-risk populations should continue to participate in the Mass via television and social media. Sunday Masses continue to be televised and live streamed on the Diocese of La Crosse website, YouTube channel, Facebook.


Fr. Aruldoss


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Deacon Edward Wendt


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Christ, the King

11-20-2022Fr. Aruldoss

Dear People of God,

Praise the Lord. We celebrate the Solemnity of Christ the King today. It was instituted by Pope Pius XI in 1925 in response to growing nationalism and secularism. If we can truly come to know the Lord Jesus as the center of our lives, there is no more room for atheism nor for secularism.

The first reading, from the Second Book of Samuel, tells us about the anointing of David as the king of Israel. David is seen as a symbol of the savior who was yet to come. In today’s gospel, In the gospel, from the cross, Jesus tells the good thief that he will join him in paradise; The kingship of Jesus Christ, The Kingdom of God and Eternity.