Welcome to St. Benedict's Parish. If you're new to the area, been away for a while, or remained a faithful member, the people of St. Benedict's invite you to walk with us.

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St. Benedict Catholic Church

Duluth, MN

St. Benedict Catholic Church, Duluth, MN

Mass Times

Saturday Vigil 5:00 pm
Sunday 9:00 am, 12:00 pm
(12:00 Sunday Masses on the 1st, 3rd, and 5th Sundays of the month are the Extraordinary form Latin; 2nd and 4th Sundays are the Ordinary Form in Latin.)
Weekdays 8:00 am
Wednesdays at 8:00 am Extraordinary form
Latin
Thursday evenings at 5:30 pm Ordinary form
Latin
Saturdays 8:00 am

Reconciliation/Confession
Wednesdays 6:45-7:30 pm
Fridays 8:30-9:00 am
Saturdays 3:30-4:45 pm

Current programs

  

Adult Faith Formation

Parish Directory Photo Shoot

Click the photo above which will take you to the scheduling page. Once on the page, begin on the left-hand side with the number of people in your party.

Advent Candle Sale

The Bible Timeline

St. Benedict Church will begin The Bible Timeline on Nov. 28 from 6:00 – 8:00 pm. The study will include a series of twenty-four videos presented by Jeff Cavins. Each video will be preceded by a lively group discussion led by one of the deacons. Everyone who participates will receive a color-coded Bible Timeline Chart, as well as a The Bible Timeline Bookmark. Cost is $10. For more information call the parish office at 218-724-4828 or to register click HERE.

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Blog Summary

Revelation of indulgences

What “revelation” tells us how we receive indulgences?

     The granting of indulgences ... Read More »

Explain the Last Supper's correspondence to the Mass

Explain the teaching: the Last Supper Mass is our ongoing Mass.

     In ... Read More »

What to do during your holy hour/ Sister or nun? Monastery or convent?

Help with your Holy Hour

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St. Ben's Podcasts

28th Sunday in Ordinary Time

October 15, 2017

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26th Sunday in Ordinary Time

Oct. 1, 2017

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25th Sunday in Ordinary Time

September 24, 2017

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Diocese of Duluth News

Betsy Kneepkens: Fatima pilgrimage was a blessing to my faith

I know that I have had more opportunities than most Catholics. My parents sacrificed to send my 12 siblings and me to Catholic schools, both grade school and high school, and nearly all of us attended Catholic colleges. My parents instilled the value of weekly Mass attendance, and while growing up our social life and faith community were essentially the same group of people. I worked at a Catholic college for almost 28 years, and now I have been blessed to work for the Diocese of Duluth in the Office of Marriage and Family Life.

God has graced me with a husband who is a practicing Catholic, and as a young, newly married couple, we serendipitously selected a neighborhood that includes other Catholic families, our church, and the parish school our children attended. And on any given weekend my family has at least a dozen different Mass times to choose from at nearby parishes when our schedule is complicated.

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Rocking at Built Upon a Rock Fest

When the day’s emcee Father Ryan Moravitz asked the crowd at Built Upon a Rock Fest Sept. 17 if they wanted to do it again next year, there was no mistaking the answer in the big cheer that followed.

The gorgeous late summer Catholic rock concert drew more than 900 people, including about 70 volunteers, to the grounds of the Holy Rosary campus of Stella Maris Academy, while across the street at the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Rosary, people prayed in Eucharistic Adoration.

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Jason Adkins: Combating racial disparities can begin in three important places

Racial disparities continue to persist in American life. As a response, the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops recently instituted a new initiative to fight racism in all its forms.

Though racism — irrational animus toward others based on their skin color, ethnicity, or race — is a sin within the human heart and cannot be fully eradicated by public policy, we can work in the public arena to mitigate its effects.

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