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Holy Cross

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Address
410 Cramer
Mazomanie, WI 53560
USA
Phone
608-795-4321
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Pastor/Rector
Rev. Osvaldo Briones
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About Holy Cross - Mazomanie, WI

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St. Barnabas Church, Mazomanie & St. John the Baptist Church, Arena


This is the new name that the Bishop has chosen for our new parish. The central office of Holy Cross Parish will be at St. Barnabas. It is the most central church, the largest, and with a secretary on site throughout the week.

This change is in response to the shortage of priests in the world and in our Diocese. We are blessed to be able to maintain all the churches open and functioning at their full capacity due to the number of priests that we have in the cluster. But the truth is that we desperately need more priests to meet the needs of our Diocese. It is no desirable to have to join two parishes (although it is not a bad thing in and of itself), but it is for the good of the parishes so that a fewer number of priests will be able to take care of the spiritual needs of all the parishioners.

What happens to the existing parishes? What should we call them?

This is how it works. There will be ONE PARISH with TWO CHURCHES. So, St. Barnabas will be St. Barnabas Church, and St. John the Baptist will be St. John the Baptist Church.

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