Are you tired of staring at screens all day, yet desiring to continue to feed your soul spiritually? Our parish library collection is now visible online, and you can request books for pick-up! Books may be requested following this protocol, and can be picked up anytime the Church is open.
We will still have Daily Mass at 8:00am on Friday, May 29.
However, immediately after Mass, the Men's Club will be closing off the church to do work on the sanctuary floor. The church will remain closed for the rest of the day. Thank you for your understanding, and thank you to our Nativity M...
Lectio Divina, or "Divine Reading," is prayerful reflection on Sacred Scripture, practiced since the days of the early Christian communities. Lawn Chair Lectio is doing this outside so everyone can stay safe and healthy!
Deacon Thom Winninger and Mary Dobson (Director of Evangelization ...
Archbishop Hebda and other religious leaders have continued to dialogue with Governor Walz regarding the restrictions on religious institutions and on today, May 23, they have reached a new compromise. Please see the attached letter for more information.
This will affect Nativity of Mar...
, Parking Lot Mass
Please note that in observation of Memorial Day, both the parish office and the church will be closed on Monday, May 25.
Even though Memorial Day is a secular holiday, it is also a wonderful opportunity to practice the Seventh Spiritual Work of Mercy: Praying for the Dead.
Prayer is one of the...
The Church has asked us to begin the Novena to the Holy Spirit in preparation for Pentecost. The Novena begins on Friday, May 22nd and concludes on May 30th with the Vigil of Pentecost. Veni Sancte Spiritus!
The Novena can be found here (click the link)
, Holy Spirit
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