Dispensation Lifted

On June 6, 2021 Bishop James P. Powers is lifting the dispensation which excused all of the faithful of the Diocese of Superior from the obligation to attend Mass on Sunday and Holy Days of Obligation. We will begin to modify some of the current policies regarding our liturgical celebrations and parish activities.

You can read the letter in it’s entirety here.

Calvary Cemetery Reminders

Flags, flower baskets and other decorations may be placed on graves five (5) days before Memorial Day and MUST be removed within fifteen (15) days thereafter. Flowers and other decorations placed in urns or containers built into flush monuments, foot markers or other ground level markers shall be placed and removed in accordance with this same schedule. Flower baskets, urns and other decorations may be mounted on or attached to monuments. Attachments must be secured to the monument and provide a minimum clearance of 12 inches between the ground and the decoration. Artificial flowers must be secure in their containers. Flowers and decorations placed for funeral services will be removed by the Sexton when the flowers fade.The following installations at grave sites WILL NOT be allowed:

Placement of fences, rocks, bricks or other permanent materials around monuments.

Planting of flowers, trees or other vegetation around monuments or on graves.

Any such installation will be removed by the Sexton without liability.Memorial trees may be planted at locations approved by the Sexton. The Association shall not be responsible for theft, vandalism, or accident within the cemetery. Please Note: Due to theft and vandalism in previous years, we ask that you mark your name(permanently) on flower baskets, urns and other decorations that you place temporarily on graves.

Memorial Day Mass (May 31st) will be celebrated at Calvary Cemetery at 9:00 a.m. (weather permitting). Inclement weather, Mass will be celebrated at Cathedral. Thank you

COVID-19 Reminder

In light of the recent Wisconsin Supreme Court ruling, we will continue to follow the guidelines Bishop Powers has established for the Diocese of Superior. 

  • We strongly encourage people to wear masks at Mass
  • Hand sanitizers are available at all church entrances
  • Maintain 6 ft. distancing between families
  • We continue to use every other pew to help with distancing

Pasty Sale

The Knights of Columbus, Superior Council 499 will hold a Pasty Sale on Friday and Saturday, April 16 & 17.  The cost is $4.00 for a 12 oz. pasty (filling:  beef, potatoes, carrots, onions & rutabagas).    Pasties will be available for pick-up between 12:00 Noon & 4:00 PM on Friday and 12:00 Noon & 2:00 PM Saturday at St. Anthony Church in Superior.  Pasties will be sold on a first come basis for those who did not pre-order starting at 2:00 until 4:00 PM.

Orders can be made only by calling as follows: Darryl at 218-349-9165, Tom at 715-392-2061, or Al at 715-364-2664. Leave a message if you get no answer.

St. Anthony – Lake Nebagamon

As we look through our new building we can see our 121 year old church.  It is fitting that we  remember the past as we look forward to our new church. We have many memories and special feelings for our old building; we will have them always.   At the same time, we look to the future with new memories in our new church.  The church is just a building; the people make it a family.

Contributions are still being taken to provide for pews, decorations etc in the new building.  Mail to St. Anthony Church PO Box 397, Lake Nebagamon WI 54849 label envelope “new building”

For Whom the Bell Tolls

One of the frequent questions that is asked about the new St. Anthony Church is “Will you use the old bell?”  Yes!  The bell tower is being replicated and the 117 year old bell will “toll” again.

 The 600 pound bell was installed in 1903 and the Lake Nebagamon “Enterprise” stated “The new bell is a good thing as it calls on our Catholic friends. reminding them of their Sunday duties.”  The bell will remind us once again in 2021 and can be rung at weddings and other events.  More of how we are keeping the spirit of the old church alive in future weeks.

St. Anthony Lake Nebagamon Ground Breaking

Construction on the new building for St. Anthony Lake Nebagamon began on September 8; on Sunday September 13, Father Ricci blessed the construction site.

Enough money has been donated to complete the basic structure but funds are still needed to make the building a “home”.  Donations can be sent, in confidence, to St. Anthony Church PO Box 397, Lake Nebagamon WI 54849 labeled “New Church. You can follow our progress here and on our facebook page.

Catholic Services Appeal

This year’s theme is Together in Mission…Alive in Hope! The Catholic Services Appeal provides annual funding for over 36 programs, services, and ministries that are vital to every parish. All families are encouraged to support the Catholic Services Appeal with a prayerful gift. 

Online Giving to the Catholic Services Appeal is secure and easy.  www.superiorcatholics.org/giving