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A warm and blessed welcome to the Circle of Faith Catholic Community website! Here you'll find information about our linkage, our parishes, our history, our schedules, and our ministries... Even the bulletins and newsletters, but there's so much more! We want this website to help us share our faith with each other in many ways. May God bless you! Please visit us often! 

St. James 2018 Family Frolic

Sunday, October 14th

The big day has arrived at St. James, and we hope everyone will come. Sunday’s festivities begin after 10:00 Mass, and run from 11:00 until 3:00pm, rain or shine. A tent is available.

  • 50/50 and Bucket Raffle chances are offered downstairs after 7:30pm Mass Saturday. Need not be present to win. Preview the Silent Auction!
  • Sunday Lunch is served 11:00 until gone. Ice cream noon – 2:00.
  • Carnival and music from 11:00 – 1:30. Bouncers open until 2:00.
  • “Cooperstown 300” at 12:15. Silent Auction closings at 1:00 and 2:15.
  • 1:00 Live Auction with Bill Jartz of WBAY-TV.

Please visit the St. James homepage for up to date info about the Family Frolic.


Because of the Family Frolic Sunday, October 14, the Sunday morning Mass time is changed to 10:00am. There will not be an 8am Mass for this one Sunday only. Saturday Mass time remains at 7:30pm.



Beginning this weekend, October 13 - 14, a new Mass schedule will be in effect for these churches:

The 4pm Saturday Mass will remain at All Saints.

8:30 am Sunday Mass

  • St. Mary-Stark - 1st Sunday
  • St. Mary-Glenmore - 2nd thru 5th Sundays

10:30am Sunday Mass

  • Holy Trinity - 1st Sunday
  • All Saints - 2nd thru 5th Sundays


Next weekend we will observe World Mission Sunday, an opportunity to recommit ourselves as missionary disciples. Your prayers and generous gifts to the Society for the Propagation of the Faith, Latin America, and Eastern Europe will help missionaries share the joy of the gospel with those enduring tremendous suffering and the poor. When using the envelopes provided, you may designate specific dollar amounts for each cause.


Just a reminder that All Saints Annual Meeting will be held after the 10:30am Mass this Sunday, Oct. 14. Join us to hear Father Paul and Deacon Jim’s visions for our future.


One Degree Youth Ministry and St. James Youth Ministry are joining forces for National Make a Difference Day on Saturday, Oct. 27. Join us to help community members get ready for winter. Anyone who wants to help, please contact Patty Bekkers at 863-5247 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or contact Jessica Phillips at 883-7357 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

If you or someone you know needs help, please contact All Saints Parish at 863-5256 or Patty Bekkers using the info listed.

St. Mary is hosting a “MAKE A DIFFERENCE DAY” on Saturday, October 27 at the Glenmore site from 9:30am to noon. Rain or shine. We want to clean up the shrubbery and sticks in the parish yard and clean the parish hall/rectory. Please contact the parish office if you would like to help.


On the weekend of Nov. 3 & 4, the Masses at All Saints, Holy Trinity and St. Mary Glenmore/Stark will be Masses of Remembrance for those who have passed away from our parishes in the past year. In addition, any parishioner who has lost a loved one, even if not from our parish, may add their name to the list and have a candle lit in their memory. Please contact your parish office soon to register their name.

St. James and St. Joseph parishes will memorialize their deceased parishioners from the past year at the Sunday Masses at each location on November 4.


  • Effective October 15, the Food Pantry at All Saints will no longer exist. We are combining our efforts with other area churches and organizations to operate the Denmark Community Cupboard and Ruby’s Pantry. We appreciate your support throughout the years and keep in mind that donations can still be brought to the parish office or left in the church side entrance but will be transferred to the Community Cupboard.
  • There is a drop-off cupboard in the back of St. James Church to accept donations at anytime for the Community Cupboard.
  • A new monthly food distribution outreach is starting in October in Denmark called “Ruby’s Pantry.” Unlike the Community Cupboard, Ruby’s Pantry welcomes any and all guests who may be looking for a way to extend their monthly food budget. Anyone who eats can be a Ruby’s Pantry guest! There are no income or residency requirements. Each food “share” is an upfront $20 donation, which amounts to over $125 in food. Guests bring two large totes (laundry baskets or similar size) and are able to select the items they need or would use. The products range from fresh meat, produce, bread, cheese, milk, eggs and often times an assortment of other groceries like cereal, granola bars, and chips. These foods come from distributors in Wisconsin and Minnesota, not the local community. For more information about Ruby’s Pantry, their mission and outreach efforts, visit

 About 50 volunteers are needed to help with Ruby’s Pantry in 2 hour shifts on the day of distribution. A training session for volunteers will be held at Our Savior’s Lutheran Church on Tuesday, Oct. 9 from 6:00 - 8:00pm. To sign up as a volunteer, call All Saints Church at 863-5256.


Relevant Radio!

Relevant Radio and Immaculate Heart Radio recently joined forces to create a single Catholic radio network that includes 130 stations reaching millions from coast to coast and worldwide via live streaming. Relevant Radio provides programming that helps bridge the gap between faith and everyday life by producing a variety of popular programs that strengthen the family, solve problems and raise the heart and mind to God. Harley Roffers is a Relevant Radio Parish Ambassador and wants you to help spread the good news and give hope! You can reach him at 863-6601 or check out


St. James/St. Joseph: Father Dennis Ryan will be available to hear confessions before Mass at St. James on the second and fourth Saturday of each month, starting at 6:30pm. At St. Joseph, Confessions may be arranged around the 8:15am Wednesday morning Mass. All Saints: Father Paul Demuth will hear Confessions every Saturday afternoon from 3:15 - 3:45pm, prior to Mass.


Our parishes are again offering an opportunity for adults to learn more about the Catholic faith. The process for the Circle of Faith Parishes has been adapted to meet busy schedules. RCIA is for:

  • Anyone who would like to learn more about the Catholic Faith
  • Those who were not ready to be Confirmed with their class
  • Those who come to church, but have never been invited to become Catholic.

If you are sensing a call to full membership in the Catholic Church, or if you have questions about this process, please
contact Sister Gerri at (920) 676-0693, or Deacon Jim at (920) 240-1968.


The strength and graces that come from the Eucharist are available to those who are unable to attend Mass due to illness, old age, or recuperation from surgery. Please call your parish office to make arrangements to have the Eucharist brought to you or a family member.


Bishop Ricken has issued a letter to the people of the Green Bay Diocese expressing his thoughts about the accusations of sexual abuse and harassment caused by clergy in Pennsylvania. You can read the full text of his letter here, or go to for more Catholic news about this.


Oct. 18 Thu. 6:00-7:00pm St. James
Oct. 28 Sun. 8:30-9:30am St. Joseph


All Saints 1st Wednesday, 1pm-6pm
St. Joseph 2nd Tuesday, 1pm-7pm
St. James 3rd Thursday, 1pm-6pm

All Saints - Every Wednesday, 5am-6am - Followed by 1 hour faith sharing

Stewardship Message

“October is Pro-Life Month!”

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, please click on the following link:


If you know of an incident of sexual abuse of a person who is now under the age of 18 by a priest, deacon, employee or volunteer, please immediately call the civil authorities and then the diocese. If the person was abused as a minor but is now an adult, please call Jayne Stefanic, Diocesan Assistance Coordinator, at 920-272-8174, or toll free at 1-877-270-8184.

We always encourage you to report the incident to civil authorities.


 Welcome Visitors

We sincerely hope that you feel at home in our Circle Churches and that you are among friends.

Please let us know if we can serve you in any way.


Who are we?

The Circle of Faith is a linkage of Catholic parishes in Southern Brown County and Northern Manitowoc County in Northeastern Wisconsin.

The Parishes include:
  • All Saint Parish and School - Denmark
  • Holy Trinity - New Denmark
  • St. James - Cooperstown
  • St. Joseph - Kellnersville
  • St. Mary's - Glenmore and Stark

Weekend Mass Schedule
  • Saturday 4:00 PM - All Saints - Denmark
  • Saturday 7:30 PM - St. James - Cooperstown
  • Sunday 8:00 AM - St. James - Cooperstown
  • Sunday 8:30 AM
    • St. Mary - Stark - 1st Sunday of the Month
    • St. Mary - Glenmore - 2nd through 5th Sunday of the Month
  • Sunday 10:00 AM - St. Joseph - Kellnersville
  • Sunday 10:30 AM
    • Holy Trinity - New Denmark - 1st Sunday of the Month
    • All Saints - Denmark - 2nd through 5th Sunday of the Month

Please click HERE for weekday services.


  • Baptism: Expectant parents baptizing their first child should contact their parish office three (3) months before the child is due to be born.
  • Confession: Every Saturday, from 9am-10am at All Saints, Denmark. Anytime by appointment.
  • Marriage: Contact the parish office at least one year before your planned wedding date.
  • Anointing of the Sick: Communal services are held annually in the fall. If you are anticipating serious surgery, please call your parish office to request this sacrament at any other time.

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The Our Father

Our Father, who art in heaven, hallowed be thy name, thy kingdom come, thy will be done, on earth as it is in heaven. Give us this day our daily bread, and forgive us our trespasses, as we forgive those who trespass against us, and lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil. Amen

Hail Mary

Hail, Mary! Full of grace, The Lord is with thee, Blessed are thou among women, and blessed is the fruit of thy womb, Jesus. Holy Mary, Mother of God, pray for us sinners, now, and at the hour of our death. Amen

Glory Be

Glory be to the Father, and to the Son, and to the Holy Spirit, as it was in the beginning, is now, and ever shall be, world without end. Amen