As a child of the one true King, you were made with purpose.

So rise and let your light shine at Saint Dennis Catholic Church and beyond!

Welcome to St. Dennis Parish!

I hope you will find it a place where Christ is fully present, where his work is evident, and his compassion is always apparent. We hope that you will feel welcomed here and join us in sharing in the mission of revealing Christ to the world.

We are in the midst of an amazing transition of our parish: uniting with our sisters and brothers of St. Peter Parish to form one community of faith. That endeavor, initiated by the Diocese of Madison, will require patience, creativity, flexibility and, above all, faith.

We trust that this is the work of the Holy Spirit, leading us into a new and wonderful way of being Church. We do not cease to be who we were; we welcome who we might become.

Whether you have been with this community of faith from its beginning, or you have joined along the way, or you are looking for a place to call “home,” we are a stronger and better parish because of you.

Please don’t hesitate to reach out to me, or Fr. Michael, any staff member or a fellow parishioner with your questions, needs or gifts to share.
Fr. Gary Krahenbuhl

The Feast of St. Dennis Raffle!

Return your sold ticket stubs with payment.
Raffle drawing on October 8, 2023 at noon!

  • Extra tickets are available in the gathering space.

  • Please return your ticket stubs with payment. You may drop them in the offertory basket or use the drop box outside the parish office.

  • Drawing is on October 8, 2023 at noon in the school gym.


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What are you looking for?

The first words of Jesus in the Bible — “What are you looking for?” — are so appropriate! We welcome you to Saint Dennis to find all the good that you are looking for!

–Fr. Gary Krahenbuhl, Pastor
(video narrated by Fr. Randy Timmerman)

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Daily Mass:

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Wed: 8:30 am

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Weekend Mass:

Saturday: 4:00 pm

Sunday: 8:30 am* & 10:30 am
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St. Dennis – Saturday 8:30-9:30 am
St. Peter – Tuesday 4:00-4:50 pm
Confessions also available by request.


St. Peter – Tuesday 4:00 pm

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Fr. Gary & Fr. Michael homily messages.

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