From Father Jim Gannon 

On April 16, 2021 the Diocese of Green Bay has mandated that we continue the  COVID-19 restrictions and guidelines currently in place. 

The Wisconsin Supreme Court has ruled that Gov. Evers exceeded his authority when issuing successive public health emergencies that included mask mandates.                                        The ruling does not address the health benefits regarding the wearing of masks.

The Diocese of Green Bay will continue to require the use of face coverings/masks in parishes.                                                                                                                                                                  Diocesan guidelines are intended to help parishes provide an opportunity for the faithful to encounter Christ in the liturgy of the Church while at the same time remaining safe.

We encourage all parishes to remain vigilant about the steps to decrease the spread of COVID-19 to others through the use of face covering/masks, social distancing and hand hygiene..  

                                                                                                                     If you do not wear a mask due to medical or other reasons, you are still welcome at Mass.                                                                                                                                                                   designated seating area may be provided for your safety and the safety of others, when possible.

                                                                                                                      We  long for the day when w can come together as community mask free.                                                                                                                                                                                                               Until then, we continue to measure and monitor a number of benchmarks to guide us in determining when                                 our restrictions can be lifted or changed.

Fr. Dan Felton

This dispensation continues until further notice. 


A  CRITICALLY HIGH ALERT is in effect for the counties involving the Diocese of Green Bay. 

With this in mind, we will continue the following safety restrictions for our three parishes: 

  •          Until further notice the parish offices will be open Monday – Thursday 8:00 am till noon. 
  • St. Casimir Office hours Wednesdays’ 8:00 am – 11:00 am.
  • The women who work in the parish offices will work remotely from their homes whenever possible.
  •       I ask that there be no face to face meetings or gatherings of 10 or more in any of the three parishes.
  •          Presently, the Sunday Mass schedule for our three parishes will remain as is.
  •        The Assumption BVM Grade School remains open.  Remote learning remains an option offered to all students and families. 
  • The Faith Formation Program has concluded for the 2020/2021 year.

Continued Mass Mandates:
You must wear a face mask correctly, unless medically unable in that case you will be seated accordingly

You will be required to use hand sanitizer




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We continue to utilize every other bench to keep social distancing requirements.


If you are concerned or sick in any way PLEASE DO NOT ATTEND

If you are caring for someone with a health condition PLEASE STAY HOME



Our Weekend Mass Schedule is:


4:00 pm on Saturday at Assumption B.V.M. – Pulaski

8:00 pm on Saturday at St. Stanislaus – Hofa Park

8:00 am on Sunday at Assumption B.V.M. – Pulaski

9:00 am on Sunday at St. Casimir – Krakow

10:00 am on Sunday at Assumption B.V.M. – Pulaski

  • We will continue to record and post the 4:00 pm Mass on our parish You Tube Channel (abvm cast)
  • Confessions will be at 3:00 pm on Saturdays at ABVM and by appointment.
  • Effective May 1st, we will resume the practice of the people of God coming forward in procession to receive Communion.  Please follow social distancing guidelines.
  • Effective April 9, 2021 we have resumed Eucharistic Adoration and Holy Hour in the ABVM Chapel immediately after the Friday morning 7:00 am Mass.

Thank you for your patience, your prayers and your generosity during this time. We have such an amazing parish thanks to you!


Fr. Jim

News and Announcements

Message from the Bishop

Sunday Mass Announcement (PDF)
Dispensation from the Obligation from Mass (PDF)

Mass Schedule


4:00 pm at Assumption B.V.M. – Pulaski
8:00 pm at St. Stanislaus – Hofa Park


8:00 am and 10:00 am at Assumption B.V.M. Pulaski
900 am at St. Casimir – Krakow

Phase II Guidelines in Place as follows:

Everyone will get their temperature taken
Everyone is encouraged to wear a mask
Everyone will sanitize your hands upon entry
Respect Social Distancing guidelines

Easter Flyer
Photo courtesy of Pam Janssen


2021-2022 Religious Education Online Registration is now open starting April 15, 2021

Journey to Easter 2021

Lent - 40 days of renewal

Daily Mass Schedule

  • Monday – No Mass Schedule
  • Tuesday – 7am at ABVM & 1:30pm at St. Stanislaus
  • Wednesday – 7:30am at St. Casimir & 6pm at ABVM
  • Thursday – 8:15am at ABVM with ABVM students
  • Friday – 7am Mass at ABVM

Stations of the Cross Schedule

Stations of the Cross will be available on our parish You Tube Channel :   abvm cast

Sunday at 1:30 pm at ABVM – February 21 & 28 and March 7, 14 and 21

Tuesday at 1:30 pm at St. Stanislaus – February 23, March 2, 9, 16 and 23

Friday at 2:00 pm at ABVM led by ABVM school students – February 26, March 5, 12 and 19

March 26 at 8:15 am Shadow Stations

Friday at 7:00 pm at St. Casimir – February 19, 26, March 5, 12, 19 and 26

Living Stations of the Cross led by 11th grade: to be announced in the future

Lenten Prayer Service

  • Wednesdays at 7:00 pm at ABVM
  • February 24 – Spiritual Journaling 
  • March 3 – Centering Prayer
  • March 10 – Examen                            
  • March 17 – Celtic (Irish) Spirituality
    Will be available via Facebook live:  Assumption BVM – St. Stanislaus – St. Casimir Parish Family

Reconciliation Schedule

  • March   4, 2:00 pm at ABVM
  • March 11, 6:00 pm at ABVM 1st Reconciliation Option 1 and Parishioners Welcome
  • March 18, 2:00 pm at ABVM
  • March 25, 6:00 pm at ABVM 1st Reconciliation Option 2 and Parishioners Welcome

St. Casimir Friday Fish Fries

  • February 26
  • March 12
  • March 26

For Carry Out Only

Blessing of Food Baskets

Saturday, April 3rd

  • ABVM –  11:00 am
  • St. Casimir – 1:00 pm
  • St. Stanislaus – 1:30 pm

All activities and times are subject to change.  Please watch the bulletin for further details.

Locations and Mass Times

Assumption BVM

124 E Pulaski St Pulaski, WI 54162

Mass Times

St. Casimir

W146 Park St Krakow, WI 54137

Mass Times

St. Stanislaus

W1888 Hofa Park Dr Seymour, WI 54165

Mass Times

Contact Us

    Office Hours

    Monday – Thursday
    8:00 am – Noon