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St. Benedict Catholic Church

Duluth, MN

St. Benedict Catholic Church, Duluth, MN

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PUBLIC MASSES Now Open to 25% Capacity

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REQUIRED PROTOCOLS FOR RESTORING PUBLIC WORSHIP

 MAY 23, 2020 - STATEMENT FROM FR. JAMES BISSONETTE, DIOCESAN ADMINISTRATOR

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Mass Times

MASSES HAVE REOPENED FOR LIMITED ATTENDANCE (Up to 25% of church capacity)

Saturday 5:00pm
Sunday 9:00am
Sunday 12:00 pm (Latin Mass)

Monday - Saturday 8:00am (Wednesday Latin)
Thursday 5:30pm

RECONCILIATION/CONFESSION

Saturdays 3:30-4:30 pm
Sunday at 8:15 - 8:45 am and 11:30 - 11:45 am
Monday - Saturday at 7:30 am
Wednesday 6:45 - 7:20 pm
Friday 8:50 - 9:15 am

EUCHARISTIC ADORATION:
Every Wednesday 8:45 am - 8:00 pm
First Fridays of the month 8:45 am- 7:00 pm

Blog Summary

BASICS OF CATHOLICISM: 32. HOW TO MAKE A GOOD CONFESSION: PART 2: TIPS FOR MAKING A GOOD CONFESSION

In this installment, all that has been shown as essential to receiving the sacrament ... Read More »

BASICS OF CATHOLICISM: 32. HOW TO MAKE A GOOD CONFESSION: PART 1: MAKING AN EXAMINATION OF CONSCEINCE

In every sacrament, the value of preparation to receive that which the Lord Jesus ... Read More »

BASICS OF CATHOLICISM: 31. CONFESSION

Having looked at contrition as the first of three acts of the penitent when ... Read More »

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25th Sunday in Ordinary Time

September 20, 2020

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24th Sunday in Ordinary Time

September 13, 2020

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23rd Sunday in Ordinary Time

September 6, 2020

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Promise to protect- Victim Assistance

https://www.dioceseduluth.org/Vict

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,

Financial Stewardship

Financial Report to Parishioners    

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

Father Richard Kunst: A sure way to keep your parish open

Of all the priests in our diocese there is one in particular who you might call our “living history book.” I have had many occasions to listen to Father Dick Partika talk about everything and anything you wanted to know about the history of the Diocese of Duluth. I have always been amazed by all the facts he has contained in his memory, so if he is reading this column he might very well find reason to confirm or correct what I am about to say.

Father Richard Kunst

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Betsy Kneepkens: Enjoying the last moments before the nest is empty

“It goes by really fast.” I could not count how many times older parents shared this advice during my oldest son’s first year. I heeded their warnings and took their message to heart. I always believed the days raising my children would fly by while leaving me with the sentiment of “where did all the time go.”

Betsy Kneepkens

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What’s a Catholic voter to do?

Q&A with Jason Adkins, executive director of the Minnesota Catholic Conference, first published in the Central Minnesota Catholic as part of “The Big Question” series.

What does the church say about Catholics’ involvement in political life and voting? Shouldn’t the church stay out of politics? Is there any scriptural basis for its involvement?

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The Liturgy Guys Podcast