Stay connected with your parish by praying the rosary! Last Fall we accepted video submissions of parishioners praying the rosary in their homes/at church and have compiled it into 4 videos of the rosary. Father Joel leads each mystery of the rosary, and various parishioners pray along in their homes! You can view and pray along with all 4 mysteries on our youtube channel here.
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Sunday Masses (Click Day/Time)
- Sunday, April 18 - 9:00am Mass - 3rd Sunday of Easter
- Sunday, April 18 - 12:00pm Latin Low Mass - Second Sunday after Easter
Basics of Catholicism
Sunday 12:00 pm (Latin Mass)
Monday - Saturday 8:00am (Wednesday Latin)
Saturdays 3:30-4:30 pm
Sunday at 8:15 - 8:40 am and 11:30 - 11:45 am
Monday - Saturday at 7:30 am
Friday 8:50 - 9:15 am
Every Wednesday 8:45 am - 9:00 pm
First Fridays of the month 8:45 am- 7:00 pm
Information and further reflections on St. Benedict being clustered with St. John’s, beginning July 14
Posted in Fr. Joel Hastings on 04/19/21
Today I thought it would be fitting to review and reiterate what was announced ... Read More »
Posted in Fr. Joel Hastings on 04/12/21
Today, on this 2nd Sunday of Easter, or 8th day of Easter (also called ... Read More »
Promise to protect- Victim Assistance
Victim Assistance Information Sexual Misconduct. If you or someone you know has been the victim of sexual misconduct by a volunteer, an employee or a member of the clergy and you need to talk with someone about your feelings of betrayal or hurt due to this abuse, exploitation or harassment,
Seek first the kingdom of God and His righteousness and all things will be given to you besides. Matthew 6:33
Diocese of Duluth News
04/07/21 5:33 am
Today, the Holy See announced that Pope Francis has named the Very Rev. Daniel Felton, of the Diocese of Green Bay, Wis., to become the tenth bishop of the Diocese of Duluth. His episcopal ordination and installation as bishop of Duluth have been set for May 20.
Bishop-elect Daniel FeltonRead More
04/06/21 3:28 pm
I have recently been reading the Old Testament and have encountered some things that have troubled me. Among them is the way God talks about blessing those who obey him and cursing those who disobey him. I much prefer the New Testament and how Jesus reveals that God is love and calls us to love him. This just seems like God is coercing people into following him. What do I do?
The fact that you are wrestling with this demonstrates that you have an issue and are willing to engage with it rather than just ignore it. These are the kinds of questions that can lead to a deepening and maturing of faith, so I am very glad that you asked about this.Read More
02/03/21 3:50 pm
Father Mike Schmitz says that if you had asked him to come up with an idea for a podcast that rise to the top of Apple’s Podcast charts, “The Bible in a Year” wouldn’t have been it.
After all, he says, the podcast, put out by the Catholic publisher Ascension Press, is pretty simple: a few words of introduction, three readings from the Bible, and a few words of explanation, around 20 minutes all told.Read More