Parish News

  • Lenten Fish Fries

    Mark you calendars, the dates for our Fish Fries are March 8, 15, 22 & April 5, 12.  (No Fish Fry March 29, but please stop by and shop at our Spring Rummage Sale, details coming soon)

    We are looking for volunteers to help.  If you are a past worker please let us know you are interested again this year.  If you are a new worker please consider that this can be a fun way to include some service in your Lenten Schedule.  Click on the Fish Fry icon to volunteer or you can add your name to the list in Stingle Hall.   


    SUNDAY, MARCH 10th after the 10:00 Mass

    New Pastor Process

    You probably know that Fr. Larry will be moving to “Senior Priest Status” (i.e. retirement) effective June 30, 2019. This means that the Diocese of Green Bay, under Bishop David Ricken, will be assigning a new pastor for St. Gabriel the Archangel in the coming months.


    As part of this process, a representative from the Priest Personnel Board, Fr. Don Everts, will be visiting St. Gabriel on Sunday, March 10th at 12:15 pm. He will be here to learn more about our perception of the pastoral needs of our parish. To be clear, this is NOT a meeting to vote on or select a new pastor! Rather, it is one step in an established diocesan procedure to help discern the character and requirements of our particular community. Your thoughtful input will be a helpful step in making a good transition to new pastoral leadership. Fr. Don will also be able to address questions you may have. In the meantime, if you have questions or concerns, please direct them to Fr. Larry, Deacon Tom, or a parish staff or parish council member.


    Lenten Reflection and Rice Bowl

    March 10th is also the First Sunday of Lent, the perfect time to embrace our penitential practices of prayer, fasting, and almsgiving. Immediately after the 10:00 Mass, people of ALL AGES can plan on a FREE simple meatless meal in Stingle Hall. After the meal, we will have a brief prayer and presentation on how we can make a difference in the lives of our brothers and sisters who struggle in desperate poverty. This will kick off our annual Operation Rice Bowl, organized by Catholic Relief Services. It will open our eyes, minds, and hearts to be transformed in this holy season. The Lenten meal and reflection will adjourn in time for everyone to attend the gathering with Fr. Don Everts of the Priest Personnel Board. (see above)


  • GriefShare

    Each week the group will watch helpful, comforting videos that cover topics essential to your recovery from the hurt of grief and loss.  Each session features videos and encouraging group discussion. 


    Participants can start at anytime / Each week’s topic stands alone

    Thursdays through May 9 , 6:00–8:00 pm

    Click here, email or call for more information or just join us!

    722-4914 or




    Our Mass intention calendar for 2019 has many daily Masses available. Having a Mass said in memory of a loved one is a beautiful remembrance. Mass offerings may also be given for the health of a sick person, a newly married couple, a young person preparing for Confirmation or First Holy Communion, a person preparing to enter the Church through RCIA, a college student, a wedding anniversary or any other prayer intention.  We limit weekend/holy day Masses to two per year per person, but weekday Masses are open to request. There is a customary offering of $10 for a Mass intention.  Please contact the parish office if you would like to schedule a Mass in memory of your loved one. In anticipation of our next pastor, we will not begin taking Mass Intentions for 2020 until July 15th.



  • Youth Choir - Grades 3-8:  Grab your gear!  Our Youth Choir is gearing up for another great year.  Rehearsals are immediately following the Sunday 10:00 am Masses.  


    Adult Choir - High school and up:  Rehearsals are held every Thursday evening, 7:15 pm - 8:30 pm.  Enter the journey through song.


    Chime Choir - 4th grade and up (families encouraged):  Become part of the family of chimers.  No prior experience required, only the ability to count.  Rehearsals are Thursday evenings 6:10 pm - 7:10 pm.


    Instrumentalists:  Share your talent by "praying" your instrument at Mass.


    For more information, please contact Regina Reale, Director of Worship and Music  722-4914

  • Mom’s Group Begins September 6th:

    1st Thursdays at 9:15 (after the 8:15 Mass) and 3rd Fridays. The alternating schedule is convenient for some moms not available on Fridays.

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    Contact Casey by email at and find us on Facebook link: St. Gabriel Neenah Mom's Group 

  • Exciting news from St. Gabriel!!!  FORMED is here!

    Membership has its privileges, as the saying goes.  As a member of St. Gabriel Parish, you can be one of the first to take advantage of FORMED, an amazing new online resource from the Augustine Institute and Lighthouse Catholic Media.


    FORMED is an exciting platform for enjoying some of the best Catholic content available today.  Every household at St. Gabriel Parish can now access over 300 episodes of high-quality video material, like Fr. Robert Barron’s “Catholicism” series.  In addition, they offer a growing library of Catholic eBooks and dozens of the most popular talks from the Lighthouse CD’s.  There are even uplifting Catholic movies, such as full-length biographical films of the saints.


    You’ll find resources for youth, for Scripture study, for prayer and spirituality, for learning more of the basics of our Catholic faith, even materials in Spanish – all available in one reliable, convenient, and easily accessible format. 


    To appreciate the scope and quality of this material, you really need to check it out for yourself.  Simply visit and enter the Parish Code for St. Gabriel:  3HJBBD (be sure to use all caps for the letters).  Take it for a test drive and help spread the word!  It’s a great resource for life, and it’s yours free as a member!