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Mass Times

Saturday Vigil 5:00 pm
Sunday 8:00 am, 10:30 am

Weekdays 8:00 am
Additional Mass Thursdays 5:30 pm
First Saturday 8:00 am

Traditional Latin Mass Sundays 1 pm
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Tim Helwig

Cassi Beamer

Diocese of Duluth

Reminder: Registration open for men's, women's conferences

By Kyle Eller

The Northern Cross

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Coming soon to the Vatican: haircuts for Rome’s homeless

The Vaticans continued efforts to help the homeless of Rome have expanded beyond showers and bathrooms at St. Peters Square, with a barber shop set to open soon.

Our primary concern is to give people their dignity, Archbishop Konrad Krajewski, head of the Office of Papal Charities, told the Italian news agency ANSA.

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Iraqi priests work to save historic Christian writings from Islamic State

By Andrea Gagliarducci / Catholic News Agency Effectively exiled from his friary in Mosul by the Islamic State last year, Dominican Father Najeeb Michaeel is working to preserve Christian manuscripts through digitization, recording a memory of Iraqs Christian past.

Father Najeeb Michaeel is an Iraqi native who studied in the U.S. and founded in 1990 the Center for the Digitization of Oriental Manuscripts to foster the collection and recording of ancient manuscripts which he had started in the 1980s.

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Blog Summary

Ordinary Time

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Baptism of the Lord

"So there are three that testify, the Spirit, the water, and the blood, and ...Read More »

Two new podcasts available

The Gospels and homilies from Mary, Mother of God and Epiphany are now on ...Read More »