Visits: Hospital/Homebound


Information on Hospital and Homebound Visits is available.  Please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 757-6555 ext. 210 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.ext. 201 for details. 


infetilityDealing with fertility issues can be challenging and cause struggles within a marriage.  Our Elizabeth Ministry program works with couples who struggle with fertility.  We also help couples facing the difficulty of miscarriage.  Our miscarriage ministry and Miscarriage Memorial uphold the dignity of life and can help with the grieving process.  Contact the parish for more details for more details.

Unplanned pregnancy?  There are many organizations and people who want to help you through this.  Appleton has a crisis pregnancy center that also helps with things like diapers, clothes and all the things a baby needs.  Womankind Medical Clinic and Fox Valley Mother and Unborn Baby Care are trained to help you through any crisis pregnancy.  They help expectant mothers with training, financial planning, testing, and a lot of other services. 

Fertility problems can sometimes be overcome through natural methods.  Natural Family Planning is a safe and natural way to help improve the chances for conception.  Visit the area of our website dedicated to Natural Family Planning to gain more information on this lifestyle that helps couples achieve or avoid pregnancy safely and naturally.  You can also contact Laura Mulloy for more information on Natural Family Planning at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

The Diocese of Green Bay also provides aid to those with an unplanned pregnancy.  Vist the their website for more information by clicking here.  

Check out the counseling and services provided by Elizabeth Ministry

I've had an abortion, where can I get help?

Project Rachel works with post-abortive women to help cope with the after effects of abortion.  Project Rachel can be reached through Catholic Charities of the Green Bay Diocese.  Visit Project Rachel's website at or visit the Diocese of Green Bay's website on post abortion counseling for help.


If you would like more information, or to speak with someone at St. Mary's, please call us at (920) 757-6555.

Natural Family Planning

Natural Family Planning is a safe and effective way to achieve or avoid pregnancy.  It is built upon sound scientific data and best of all it doesn't involve chemicals, doesn't cost you any money and does not abort a fertilized egg.  There is an upcoming informational meeting regarding NFP. 

nfpHere at the parish contact Laura Mulloy for more information regarding Natural Family Planning.  She is available at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Helpful links:

Green Bay Diocese NFP page



Working through a past marriage that ended in divorce can be challenging.  The process of healing takes time.  If you are wondering about an annulment anddivorce what that might mean for you, please contact Father Dan or Deacon Dave for confidential help and assistance.

For resources on strengthening your marriage click here. 

There is also assistance at the Diocese of Green Bay at

The Diocese also has support groups for the divorced.  Click here for more information.

What is an annulment? 

Giving Tree

givinggiving_tree2The Giving Tree is currently being used to help families prepare for Christmas.  If you'd like to help a family in need, see The Giving Tree to find out how. 

In order to help meet the needs of our parishioners, our community, and our area St. Mary's runs charitable projects through The Giving Tree. The Giving Tree is a tree in the narthex on which hang various basic need items to aid a struggling family, items needed at a crisis pregnancy center, donated school supplies, or Christmas gifts for less fortunate families. 


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N2385 Municipal Dr.
Greenville, WI 54942
(920) 757-6555

Office Hours

Monday - Thursday:  8:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Friday:  8:00 AM to 12:00 PM