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If you are interested in joining the Parish, please contact the Parish Office at 262-644-5701, Ext. 2 or click on the "Join Us" tab. 

News and Events

December 8, The Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary is a Holy Day of Obligation.  St. Lawrence will have only a 5:00 pm Vigil Mass for the Holy Day on December 7.  Masses on December 8 will be held at our neighboring parishes. 

Christmas Masses

Please join us in celebrating the birth of our Lord!

December 24 - 4:00 PM with the Children's Nativity pageant performed at 3:30pm

December 25 - 10:00 AM

In the end, how did the people respond to Jesus' teaching on the Eucharist?
This teaching was too difficult for some people to accept. The crowds were aghast. Even many of Jesus' disciples rejected him over this teaching and left him John 6:66).

But what is crucial is that Jesus let them go. He didn't chase after them, saying, "Wait! You misunderstood me!" They understood quite well that Jesus was talking about really partaking of his flesh and blood, and they rejected his teaching. So important is the gift of himself in the Eucharist that Jesus let his disciples walk away if they could not accept this supreme gift. He wants to be so intimately close to us in the Eucharist that he makes the partaking of his Body and Blood a crucial test for being a true disciple.

Behold the Lamb of God by Edward Sri     ©2023 AscensionPress.com

For more information on the Eucharistic Revival:  https://www.resurrectionallenton.org/eucharistic-revival

Leave a Legacy

Please remember St. Lawrence Parish in your estate planning.  For a brochure click here or contact the Parish Office at (262) 644-5701, ext. 2 for information on how you can remember our Parish through the          St. Lawrence Congregation Endowment Fund. 

Quilts of Valor
We at St. Lawrence, St. Peter, and Resurrection Church are compiling a list of service members or living veterans who served in one of the following branches: Army, Marines, Navy, Air Force, and Coast Guard. Members of the activated National Guard and activated or active duty-special work (ADSW) reservists are included.  If there is someone from our parish either yourself or nominate someone. Over time we will be presenting A Quilt of Valor® (QOV).  It is a quality, handmade quilt that is machine or hand quilted. It is awarded to Service Members or Veterans who have served our country with bravery, honor and dedication. The Quilt says unequivocally, “Thank you for your service and sacrifice in serving our nation.”  Please click here for a Request 
Form.  St Luke Sew Blessed Quilters of Slinger is grateful to have a group of women from surrounding churches that faithfully sew and make these beautiful quilts for our veterans. If there is anyone interested in joining them, you are more than welcome; please contact Donna Gross-262-707-5730. And if anyone is interested in helping the St. Luke Blessed Quilters defray costs for the Quilts of Valor for fabrics and supplies please place in the box marked Quilts of Valor.  

Mass Times

Saturday: 4:00pm
Sunday: 10:00am
Tuesday 8:00am
Thursday 5:00pm




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Office Hours

Tuesday & Thursday: 8:30am - 4:00pm



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