St. Bernadette Parish

2331 Lourdes Drive, Appleton, WI  54915                                                                                                      
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With enthusiastic spirit and welcoming hearts, we join together in our Catholic Faith to know, 
love and serve God through worship, education, service and mission opportunities for all. 

With enthusiastic spirit and welcoming hearts, we join together in our Catholic Faith to know, 

love and serve God through worship, education, service and mission opportunities for all. 

Weekend Mass Times

Saturday: 4 p.m.

Sunday: 8:30 a.m., 10:30 a.m.

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Mass Times

All are invited to worship with our family.

Weekend Masses

Saturday     4 p.m.  
Sunday       8:30 a.m. & 10:30 a.m.


Daily Masses

Monday       6:30 p.m.  (Sacred Heart)      
Tuesday         6:30 p.m.
(Sacred Heart)


  8 a.m.


  8 a.m.
Friday              7:45 a.m.
Saturday          8 a.m.

Holy Hour:

Holy Hour is held the 3rd Saturday of the month at 9:00am (following 8:30am morning mass). Bishop Ricken has initiated Holy Hour to be a time for us to come together and become more prayerful persons.  We are asked to pray for self, family, parish, diocese, as well as the Catholic Church and its members across the globe. 


Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament is held on the 1st Friday of each month. Watchers are needed snd encouraged to be present throughout the day. Benediction is at 4:00PM. To sign up for a regular 30 minute time slot to share with Jesus, please contact the Parish Office.  

Holy Days:

Check the bulletin for the mass schedule for holy days of obligation and other special days or click on the Holy Days & Feasts tab.



Saturday 8:30 am following 8:00 am mass. Additional times available by appointment / season. 


Infant Baptisms are celebrated during mass or after the last Sunday mass every second weekend of the month. To properly prepare for this sacrament, parents are asked to contact the parish office four months in advance and to attend a baptismal preparation program. The two-hour session is held every other month.

First Holy Communion

Contact the Faith Formation staff for information.


Upcoming confirmation classes are available through the Green Bay Diocese. Click here for locations and information on getting started!


Arrangements require at least twelve months for proper marriage preparation. Please contact the parish office as soon as possible. A one year active membership is required before planning the wedding.

Diocesan Marriage Preperation Calendar

Funeral Mass

Contact the parish office for more infromation or to schedule.

Communion for the Homebound

Please contact the parish office to arrange for regular or occasional visits by the pastoral staff to the homebound or shut-ins. Holy Communion is brought by the pastor each month.

Mass Intentions

Mass intentions are masses offered for many reasons, among them being for the repose of the soul of any family members, friends, or acquaintances who have died. You can also have mass said for a special intention, such as for someone living who is sick, in Thanksgiving for something you have received, in celebration of a special occasion, etc. Please stop into the parish office to request a mass intention and choose an available date. Mass intentions are $10.00 each.

Assisted Listening

St. Bernadette has a “T” Coil loop system for hearing aid users as well as assistance listening devices available for persons with hearing impairment.

Children's Stewardship

The children's stewardship program focuses on the three diocesan stewardship tenets of prayer, service, and sharing. This program is for children through 5th grade (green envelope). For children 6th grade and up, they may use the teen stewardship envelopes available in the narthex. Please remember to take a few extra envelopes home so your children may write down their prayer, service, and sharing during the week prior to the weekend mass.