The Cathedral of Our Lady of the Rosary
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School Mass Wednesday 8:00 AM
Saturday Mass: 5:00 PM
Sunday Masses: 8:00 AM and 10:30 AM
Confession: Saturday 10:30-11:30 AM (and by appointment)
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Four Men to be Ordained to the Permanent Deaconate Sunday
Kyle Eller, Daniel Goshey, Michael Marvin, Steven Odegard will be ordained to the permanent deaconate on Sunday 3:00 PM at the Cathedral. All invited to attend. Read more here.
Pope Audience: The Eucharist
2017-11-22 (Vatican Radio) Pope Francis on Wednesday continued his catechesis on the Eucharist saying, "In our continuing catechesis on the Eucharist, we now consider the Mass as the memorial of Christ’s passover from death to life. In the Bible, a “memorial” is more than a mere remembrance of a past event; it is the making present of that event, which enables us to share in its saving power. At every celebration of the Eucharist, Jesus pours out his mercy upon us, as he did on the cross, in order to renew our hearts, our lives and our entire world." Read more here.
The Cathedral Cares Fund is helping do Christ’s work in our community.
The money that you put in the colorful envelopes in the pews helps feed the hungry, clothe the naked and protect life. Learn more about the CCF here.
Formed is a dynamic on line offering of programs, movies, audio and books that are available FREE to parish members. Formed includes the Symbolon program and much more. To get Formed, click here and an access code will be sent to you. If you have a Symbolon account already, your access number will work to set up your new account at formed.org. Please call Jack at the Parish Office with any questions about Formed, 218-728-3646.
Take part in the Called to Serve Campaign by using electronic giving. Click here to set up and manage your account today.
Sacrament of Reconciliation Guide
This .pdf from the Knights of Columbus lists the steps on how to go to confession and includes an Examination of Conscience that should be undertaken in preparing for reconciliation. Download .pdf here.
11/16/17 11:54 pm
Question: My family refuses to go to Mass because there are too many “extras” (like baptisms), too much singing, and too many announcements. Why can’t we have a “low Mass” without all of that stuff? Isn’t the church supposed to adapt and keep up with all the people?
Answer: There are a couple of elements in your question that I would like to address individually.Read More
11/16/17 11:50 pm
If you are an outdoorsman, November is the most wonderful time of the year! Hunting is in the air, and although hunting is an interest of both sexes, I certainly see more wives alone at Mass during this time than I see husbands. Often, women will refer to themselves as hunter’s widows.
Though I was born and raised in northeastern Minnesota, I was never a big hunter. For several years, I would hunt pheasant on my family’s property, but I personally never got into big game like deer or bear. But I sure appreciate hunters, and I have to admit I am attracted to the idea of going hunting more often than I do. (Last time I went, I got a tick with Lyme Disease.)Read More
11/16/17 11:45 pm
I can’t help but get excited when the secular world unwittingly reports beliefs imparted by the Catholic Church and does an exceptional job proving those teachings true.
This past month, two entirely different news stories were widely published, frequently discussed, and commented about on social media: the ongoing story of NFL players who have opted to kneel during the National Anthem and coverage of the death and legacy of Hugh Hefner, the founder of Playboy and a progressive in the area of what has been termed “sexual freedom.”Read More