Welcome to St. Catherine of Siena's Parish Website.  We would love to have you join our faith community, just click on the link to complete preliminary registration information under the new member tab above.   Our MIssion Statement...

We, as disciples of Jesus Christ and members of St Catherine of Siena Catholic Church of Ripon, ever grateful for our rich heritage, empowered by our common Baptism and increasingly enriched through lifelong formation and spiritual growth, proclaim the love and teachings of Christ through the sacraments, prayer, worship and service.

Basket Raffle 2021

See our Facebook page for a list of our baskets this year.   Copies of the ticket order form and listing of the what is in the baskets are on the front porch bulletin box.  All tickets need to be back by Oktoberfest as the winners will be drawn at the event!

Summer Mission Appeal Oct 2/3

CSA 2021

The Weekend Mass and Funeral Masses are live streamed through Facebook page.  To Access our Facebook page without having a Facebook account, click the Facebook icon on the top of this page next to Contact Us and it will take you directly to our facebook page!

Oktoberfest October 17, 2021

St Catherine of Siena


Sunday, October 17th   11:00—2:30

Parish Hall & Activity Center

218 E Blossom St, Ripon

 Menu:  Pork Chop Dinner, Cheesy Ranch Potatoes, Squash, Red Cabbage, Applesauce, Dessert and Beverage.

Entertainment         Tuba Dan from 11:00 –2:00

Basket Forms and Booth Registration Forms under the Events Tab of this Page.







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The Archdiocese of Milwaukee welcomes everyone to read The Gift of Sunday, an insightful reflection on how to live out Sunday as reflected in Scripture and the importance of Sunday Mass. This reflection will be the primary focus of an upcoming archdiocesan mission beginning this Lent 2021. The theological reflection is easy to understand and available here: https://www.archmil.org/Sunday-Initiative/Reflection.htm
The Gift of Sunday is the foundational document for an initiative that will also include: Lenten Prayer Cards, Lenten Missions (March 3), Lenten Day of Reconciliation (March 24), and Living The Gift of Sunday Easter Booklet (April 3 and 4).
Look for our first event, which are the Lenten Missions on March 3, when archdiocesan priests will preach on this wonderful reflection – The Gift of Sunday.

Effective Immediately!

Sunday and Daily Mass/Wearing of Face Masks - we are following CDC guidelines. The CDC recommendation is that those who are fully vaccinated do not need to wear masks but those not fully vaccinated are expected to continue to wear masks indoors   Fr. Davies, Esther and myself are fully vaccinated.

Reception of Communion  -  We are to maintain reception of Communion under one species. Reception of Communion is recommended in the hand only,  as alternating distribution between hand and tongue is not allowed.

Hand Sanitizer  -  Hand Sanitizer will still be available in the church for everyone’s use as they wish.

Holy Water Fonts  -   The new touchless holy water fonts are in!

Cleaning/Disinfecting  -  High touch area’s need to be cleaned if the area is going to be used within 72 hours, so the church will need to wiped down after 4 pm Mass doing the high touch areas.

Parish Events, which would include Festivals, Funeral dinners, parish picnics etc.   - We can have them we just cannot have self-serve food options.  Food needs to be plated and those plating need to use gloves.  So Octoberfest has been tentatively scheduled for October 17th with Tuba Dan.

We have gone through many changes this past year, and I thank everyone who stepped up to follow the guidelines and implement them.  We thank the Archbishop for taking the lead in helping us maneuver these past 14 months.  Many things we have implemented will remain.  Live Streaming will continue but we need some volunteers so let me know if you can help.  We will train!

Thank you again!



Mass Times

Saturday 4 pm (BLM)
Saturday - Confessions at 3 pm in Church
Sunday 9 am (BLM)
Weekday Mass (St Anne Chapel)
Monday - No Mass
Tuesday 4:30 pm
Wednesday - Friday 8 am

Worship Sites

228 E Blossom St  (BLM)

St Anne Chapel  218 E Blossom St


Office Hours

Located at 218 E Blossom St
Office Hours
Monday 8 am - noon
Tuesday 8 am - noon
1 pm - 4:30 pm
Wednesday 8 am - noon
1 pm - 4:00 pm
Thursday 8 am - noon
Friday 8 am - noon

Images from Ash Wednesday

  • Our Live Streaming Person at work


Follow St. Catherine of Siena on Facebook to links to Masses, Stations of the Cross, Devotions.

As I am aware of things I will share them to our Facebook page for all.



Catholic Online Resources

Local Churches and Resources

Local churches and resources including live streaming of the Mass and other prayer services

Holy Family Parish Fond du Lac - http://www.hffdl.org/

Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist—Milwaukee - https://www.stjohncathedral.org/

Archdiocese of Milwaukee   -   www.archmil.org

TV/Radio resources on the Archdiocese of Milwaukee Website - 


The Vatican   - http://w2.vatican.va/content/vatican/en.html

Formed - https://formed.org/

The Magnificat - https://us.magnificat.net/

The above links are free at this time, until we are through the pandemic.

You can also check out our website for links to additional catholic resources at www.stcatofsiena.org

Follow St. Catherine of Siena on Facebook and I will share any links I find for live streaming Masses, Prayers, Reflections, etc.


If you need anything from me, please give me a call at 920-748-5456 or email at [email protected] and I will see what we can do.


Stay Safe!


Message from Archbishop on Mass Dispensation

Welcome Back!

Mary's Mantle

Contact  for curbside pick up available under staff area

Mary's Mantle

located in the school building,

Wednesday from 2:30 to 3:20 pm,

Call parish office for additional times