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Annunciation Parish
Fox Lake - Wisconsin


A parish of The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Milwaukee
Mass Schedule 
Saturday 4pm & Sunday 8:30am
 
Sacrament of Reconciliation
First & Third of the month-  Saturday 3pm

View our Neighboring Parishes - Weekend Mass Schedules
May Crowning Service and Open House Social on May 7th at 7 p.m. 
See bulletin or click here for more info!

Welcome to Annunciation Catholic Parish of Fox Lake, Wisconsin                         

Message from Annunciation Pastor - Fr. Mike Wild
Dear Friends,
On behalf of our parish family, I wish to welcome you to Annunciation parish and thank you for visiting our parish website. Let me tell you a little about our parish family. Annunciation Parish is a Roman Catholic congregation of the Archdiocese of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. We serve the communities of Fox Lake, Randolph, Cambria and many others communities in Dodge and Columbia counties here in southeastern Wisconsin.

I would like to extend to you an invitation to join us in prayer at our any of our weekend Eucharistic Liturgies. We pride ourselves on the warm Christian hospitality that we extend to everyone. Whether you come to share with us in prayer or just to visit our beautiful church; know that you will always be welcomed as beloved sisters and brothers in Christ.

Please come and visit our website often and read our weekly bulletin.

May our loving God fill you with every grace and blessing!

Fr. Michael L. Wild
Pastor
Annunciation Catholic Parish came to birth in December of 1998 with the merger of three local Catholic Church communities:

Immaculate Conception Parish - Fox Lake, Wisconsin |  Founded in 1850

Saint Mary Parish - Lost Lake, Wisconsin |  Founded in 1865

Saint Gabriel Parish - Randolph, Wisconsin | Founded in 1916

The ethnic roots of all three of these parishes were found in the European migration from Ireland, Germany and Poland that took place during the early and mid nineteenth century.  Along with their hopes and dreams for a better life in this "New World," these courageous people brought with them their deeply rooted faith in God that they experienced and celebrated within the life and tradition of the Roman Catholic Church.

Today, the faith of our ancestors still lives on through the liturgical life, evangelical ministry and lived faith of their descendants here at Annunciation Parish.

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