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    Dive into a friendship with God - July 22-26
    St. James hosts an annual summer program for
    children that incorporates fun into a faith filled
    educational experience. Children from St.
    James and area churches will come together
    Monday thru Friday, July 22-26. The program
    combines bible stories with crafts, music, snacks
    and outdoor games. If you would like to sign up
    your child, or volunteer or would like to know
    more about the program, please contact
    Kevin Konkol: kevinakonkol@gmail.com or
    Traci Hickey: faith@stjamescooperstown.org.

  • New Pastor Assigned

    Father Brian Belongia, a priest of the Green Bay Diocese will be the new pastor at St. James starting July 1, 2024. Watch for more information coming soon, and in the June 2024 edition of our newsletter, "Under the Steeple."

  • Fr. Ron Memorial Planned

    Father Ron Colombo served St. James Parish for 21 years—the longest duration of any pastor in our history.  He touched the lives of nearly every member of St.  James congregation. We will be remembering him with two memorials:

    • A prayer garden or grotto dedicated to him.
    •  The deck above the rectory garage will be rebuilt

    Donations are being accepted for these projects now. If you wish to contribute in memory of Father Ron, please place your donation of any amount in a clearly marked envelope or give by credit or debit card on the Giving Page of this website. May Father Ron and all the faithful departed rest in peace.

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  • Who We Are

             St. James Catholic Church in the Diocese of Green Bay, Wisconsin, has been a landmark in the Denmark community for over 150 years. Our church is linked with St. Joseph’s Church in Kellnersville, and under the Pastoral leadership of Father Santiago Turiano Jr.
         St. James is commonly referred to as being located in Cooperstown. It is situated midway between Green Bay and Manitowoc.  We serve the people of northwest Manitowoc County, namely the communities of Denmark, Maribel, and the nearby townships. St. James is the spiritual home to about 400 registered households and more than 1,000 parishioners. The church community is warm and welcoming where you and your family will feel at home.
         We invite you to browse our web pages to discover what our church is all about.You are welcome here--whether on-line or in person at one of our Masses or liturgies. Please let us know if we can serve you in any way.
         We are confident that you will find the people of St. James Church a welcoming community where you
     can grow in your faith.  May God bless you!

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