Welcome to Northern Lakes Catholic Communities:
St. Albert the Great ~ Land O Lakes,
St. Kunegunda of Poland ~ Sugar Camp,
St. Mary ~ Phelps,
St. Peter the Fisherman ~ Eagle River, and
St. Theresa of Avila ~ Three Lakes, 
located in the beautiful Northwoods of Wisconsin!

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Mass Times


St. Peter ~ 4 p.m.
St. Theresa ~ 4 p.m.
St. Kunegunda ~ 6 p.m. (Memorial Day thru Labor Day)

St. Mary~ 7:30 a.m.
St. Theresa ~ 8:30 a.m.
St. Albert ~ 9:15 a.m.
St. Kunegunda ~ 10:30 a.m.
St. Peter ~ 11:00 a.m.

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Office Hours

Main Office (St. Peter's) : Monday-Thursday 8:30 am to 4:30 pm


Our Cluster Community is blessed with four Deacons. Click on the name below for contact information.

Deacon Al Goodrich

Deacon John McCaughn

Deacon Norm Mesun

Deacon Rick Miech

Parish Membership

All are welcome in our parishes!

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Permanent and seasonal residents are welcome!


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Vatican News

Who are the African Religious serving on Congregational Leadership Councils in Rome?

Last month’s Rome conference on Africa Day, organised by African religious men and women serving in various generalates of religious congregations, provided a window into Africa’s contribution to the universal Church. These African religious men and women are providing much-needed leadership not just as heads of their congregations but also as ordinary council members of congregational councils or leadership teams.

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Hollerich: ‘The seeds of a synodal church are already sprouting’

Theologians evaluating contributions for the upcoming Second Session of the General Assembly of the Synod of Bishops have concluded their reflections, with work on the “Instrumentum laboris” for the Second Session of the General Assembly of the Synod continuing.

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Pope to comedians: Help us to dream of a better world

Pope Francis meets with more than 100 comedians from around the world, encouraging them to cheer people up and help people see reality with all its contradictions.

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March 2, 2023

USCCB Encourages HHS to Strengthen Conscience Rule

The U.S. Department of Health & Human Services (HHS) has proposed new changes to regulations meant to protect conscience rights in health care. Let HHS know that conscience matters to you! 


Numerous federal laws protect the right of organizations and people working in health care to object, as a matter of conscience, to abortion, sterilization, assisted suicide, gender transition surgery, and other procedures. The enforcement of these conscience objection laws are governed by HHS regulations.


HHS has proposed revisions to these regulations, known as the “Conscience Rule,” which implements over a dozen conscience statutes. Under the Trump administration, HHS issued a strong version of the Conscience Rule, but courts struck it down, leaving in place the previous, extremely weak version from the Obama administration. On January 5, 2023, HHS proposed a new version.  


The USCCB and the WCC support this new proposed rule as an improvement over the 2019 Rule which is currently in place, but also urges HHS to strengthen the proposed rule. Individuals are encouraged to contact HHS in support of strengthening the Conscience Rule using the button below. 


To learn more, read the USCCB’s published comments on the rule, Cardinal Dolan’s December 30 statement, and visit the USCCB’s “Do No Harm” webpage on these regulations at the links below.


USCCB Comments on HHS Conscience Rule


Religious Liberty Chairman Cardinal Dolan Statement


USCCB Do No Harm Website