Contact Info

406 E. Main Street
PO Box 740
Campbellsport, WI 53010
P: 920-533-4441
F: 920-533-5280

St. Matthew Catholic Church

Also serving St. Martin & St. Kilian Chapels

Greetings to you all! St. Matthew is located in the beautiful Kettle Moraine of Fond du Lac County. Rev. John J. Radetski is our pastor.

We have provided this website for our members and visitors in the hope you can find out more about our church and the many ministries we offer. Please see the links at the side of the page for more information on the wonderful things happening here at St. Matthew. And please read Fr. John's blog below with his monthly newsletter.

God's Blessings on you and yours! If you are interested in becoming a member of our parish, please click here or see our Forms & Flyers page for a New Member form.

Mass Times

Christmas Mass Times:

4pm Christmas Eve Mass at St. Matthew
6pm Christmas Eve Mass at St. Martin
7:30am Christmas Day Mass at St. Kilian
9:00am Christmas Day Mass at St. Matthew

Saturday
3:30pm Reconciliation
4:00pm Mass at St. Matthew

Sunday Masses
7:30am St. Martin Chapel (2nd Sunday)
7:30am St. Kilian Chapel (4th Sunday)
9:00am St. Matthew

Monday
8:30am Communion Service
• Perpetual Help Devotions following

Mondays
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament from 9am-10am

Tuesday
8:30am Daily Mass w/ school children during school year

Wednesday
8:30am Communion Service
• Divine Mercy Chaplet following

Thursday
8:30am Communion Service
• Divine Mercy Chaplet following

Friday
8:30am Daily Mass
• Divine Mercy Chaplet following

Events

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Staff

Office Hours

Monday-Thursday 8am-4:30pm
Friday 8am-11:30am

419 Mill Street • Campbellsport, WI
(920) 533-4441

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