St. Anthony of Padua

Site: 1432 River St. Niagara, WI 

Mailing: 1432 River St. Niagara, WI 54151

715-251-3879

office.stanthonyniagara@gmail.com

St. Margaret of Scotland

Site: N18844 Hwy 8 & 141 Pembine, WI 

Mailing: PO Box 235, Pembine, WI 54156

715-324-5849

stmargaretpembine@gmail.com

Sacred Heart of Jesus

Site: W782 County N, Aurora, WI

Mailing: 1432 River St. Niagara, WI 54151

715-251-3879

office.stanthonyniagara@gmail.com

Serving all three parishes: Fr. Felix Abano, Jr. (Temporary Administrator)


Please disregard any texts or emails stating Fr. Felix is asking for money or gift cards. Keep in your prayers the people who prey on the love and concern we have for our priests as they seek financial gain. 


Calendar of Events

WEEKEND MASS

Saturday 4:00 pm - St. Margaret

Sunday 9:00 am - St. Anthony

Sunday 11:00 am - Sacred Heart  

WEEKDAY MASS (see calendar above for any changes)

Monday - no Mass

Tues.  5:30 pm @ St. Anthony 

Wed. 5:30 pm @ St. Anthony   (8:00 am after Memorial Day until Labor Day)

Thurs. 5:30 pm @ St. Anthony 

Friday 9:00 am @ St. Margaret

1st Saturday of the Month 9:00 am - St. Anthony  

Confessions: 1/2 hour prior to Masses (except Wednesday morning)  

Adoration: 1 hour prior to weekday Masses (except Wednesday morning)

If you would like to have a Mass intention please contact the offices.  All parishes are taking Mass intentions.

Please note that Masses may be cancelled/changed without notice. Please be assured that if you had a Mass intention on that day it will be rescheduled.

Please watch bulletin and calendar for changes


KNOW SOMEONE WHO NEEDS ASSISTANCE?

  • Karen's Pantry 906-239-4662
  • St. Vincent de Paul of Crivitz (covers our area) 715-856-6020
  • Catholic Charities 920-272-8234
  • Newcap.org 800-242-7334
  • Forward Service Corporation Fsc-corp.org or call Niagara location 715-251-1075
  • Marinette County Energy Assistance 800-506-5596
  • Modest Needs modestneeds.org (can provide loan so one doesn’t fall into poverty)

Safe Environment

Each person has an inherent dignity as a beloved child of God. The Diocese of Green Bay is committed to providing a safe environment in our parishes, in our schools, in our Faith Formation programs, and in all of our ministries, especially those that serve children, youth and individuals at risk. If you want to learn more about the programs and resources available through the Diocese of Green Bay to live out this commitment click here.

To report a Safe Environment Incident click here