Welcome to St. Mary's Catholic Church
of Tomahawk, WI

St. Mary's is committed to being an extension of the universal Catholic Church by daily living of the teaching of Jesus Christ for the spiritual growth of all in our parish and community.

We warmly welcome all visitors and new parishioners to our Parish family.  We are glad you can worship with us.  If we can help in any way, let us know by contacting our staff.

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St. Mary's Weekend Mass Schedule
Saturday at 6:00PM
Sunday at 8:00AM and 11:00AM

St. Mary's Weekday Mass Schedule
Wednesday at 8:45AM
Friday at 8:45AM

Saturday at 9:00AM or by appointment

Wednesday at 8:15AM
Friday at 8:15AM
Saturday at 5:25PM

Devotion to the Sacred Heart of Jesus
Following 8:45AM Mass on the First Friday
of the Month

Devotion to the Sacred Heart of Mary
First Saturday of the Month at 9:00AM

St. Augustine's Mass Schedule
Tuesday @ 8:30AM
Sunday at 9:30AM

Sunday at 9:00AM
Tuesday at 8:00AM
Friday at 8:00AM (May-Sept)

St. Francis-Pier Willow Mass Schedule
Saturday at 4:00PM


Forgiveness - Lent 
The world does not consider forgiveness as something great and it does not reduce the amount of evil in the world. The only way to diminish the suffering that burdens mankind is by forgiveness. The Lord is not resentful
(1 Cor 13:5). St. Paul says that forgiveness is one of the highest forms of charity. When we refuse to forgive someone for harm done to us we are adding another wrong to the first and that doesn’t solve the problem. “Do not be overcome by evil, but overcome evil with good,” Romans 12:21.

Hence, forgiveness means saying: “This person has wronged me, but I don’t want to condemn him. I don’t want to identify him with his faults. I don’t want to take justice into my hands. God is the only one who searches our minds and hearts and judges justly. And I leave it to God. I want to look at him with eyes of hope because I believe God can change him. Ultimately, we can really forgive because of the hope that we have in the Resurrected Christ who would give us a share in his Resurrection.

Fr. Louis Reddy Maram Reddy