October 11, 2019



October 3, 2019



September 23, 2019



September 21, 2019

Brick Staining


September 5, 2019

Front of St B


September 4, 2019

School Signs


August 8, 2019

Concrete Walls

 August 6, 2019

Light Pole


July 23, 2019

Brick Work Jul 2019 


July 22, 2019

Concrete Footings

July 17, 2019

Handicap Ramp 


December 15, 2018

New Doors


November 10, 2018

Entryway Stone


November 7, 2018

Chandelier Bulbs


October 25, 2018

Baker Glass


September 13, 2018

Boulevard Repair


September 3, 2018

Attic Insulation


September 2, 2018

Crossing Lights


August 31, 2018



August 29, 2018

Cole St Parking Lot Gate


August 14, 2018

St. Bernard recently had some masonry work done which has identified unforeseeable problems within the stone and brick which requires the stone and brick to be replaced. (The stone is the lighter layer between the brick in the photos below). Years of Wisconsin weather has taken its toll. However, we remain focused on continuing to make the necessary repairs to our Watertown Catholic churches for the benefit of our
future generations!

Masonary Repair


July 5, 2018

Badgerland Roofing is replacing the garage and Parish Center roof at St. Henry. They will also be replacing the elevator roof, the main school roof and the Sacristy roof on the Church over the next couple of weeks. Because of you who pledged to the St. Henry capital campaign and to Don Bartz, our Facility Manager, GREAT THINGS ARE HAPPENING at Watertown Catholic!

Roof Repair


June 29, 2018

Grade 2 Carpet

June 26, 2018

June 2018 Update


March 31, 2018

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Watertown Catholic Newsletter article released in March 2018:

March 2018 Update 



"A Word from Our Priests," released in the June 25, 2017 Watertown Catholic bulletin:

From Our Priests


Excerpt from the May 9, 2017 letter from Fr. Pat, released in the May 14, 2017 Watertown Catholic bulletin:


Another major event that is being planned is a Capital Campaign for both parishes.  The Steier Group, who was hired to conduct the Planning Study that was completed a couple weeks ago, has recommended that both parishes proceed with the Capital Campaign.  The Finance and Pastoral Councils of both parishes were informed of these findings at a meeting that went over the Planning Study report.  Both the Planning Study and the Facility Review reports were forwarded to the Diocese to receive their approval to conduct the Capital Campaign.  I hope to give you more information about these reports in the near future.

If you have any questions or concerns about either of these projects, please contact Fr. Pat at 
(920) 261-7273 or email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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