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    • Saturday 4:00 PM to 4:30 PM This time remains in effect during the Virus restrictions
  • Mass Suspension - Diocese of Duluth

  • Message from Fr. Steve

    We are sure living in some strange times, ones that most of us have never experienced before. While I have been grateful to still be able to offer daily Mass at St. John’s, it is not the same without all of you, our parish family, my brothers and sisters in Christ, with me to worship. I remember you all in prayer each day, for your continued health, and also that we each continue to grow in our relationship with God as we progress forward toward Easter. As much as is said about limiting our electronic social media, now is the time to put it to good use and value the fact that we can still be in communication with one another, even as we love our neighbor by physical distancing. Of course, we need to be sure everyone is taken care of and not forgotten. That goes without saying. As Phillippians 2:4 tells us: “Let each of you look not only to his own interests, but also to the interests of others”.
    As we know, even Pope Francis has canceled all public gatherings. That shows us the seriousness of the situation. As important as it is for us to gather as the Body of Christ and share in the Eucharist each Sunday, the Church wisely listens to scientists and medical people who are specialists in this field. We do our part by praying at home, trusting God and living by the guidance of experts as we limit our social contacts until things improve. As counterintuitive as distancing is, this is actually a way to love our neighbor, by caring about their health in the midst of a Corona Pandemic. Maybe we are very healthy ourselves, but we look to the needs of others as the Word of God tells us. “Rejoice always, pray constantly, give thanks in all circumstances; for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus for you” (1Thessalonians 5:16-19).
     I am now on Facebook and have created a special Page within my account called St. John’s/ Holy Rosary. My plan, if all goes well is to livestream Mass from St. John’s at 9 a.m. on Sunday. I will send invites to all the parishioners I know of who are on Facebook. Please pass on the information to anyone I missed or who may be interested in watching Sunday Mass. In the peace of Christ, F. Steve
     
     

  • Holy Week 2020

    Holy Week Mass times.  All live streamed on Facebook.  St. Johns/ Holy Rosary.
     
    Palm Sunday           Saturday April 6, 2020     9:00 AM
    The Passion Of The Lord
     
    Holy Thursday         Thursday April 9, 2020     6:30 PM
    Mass Of The Lord’s Supper
     
    Good Friday              Friday April 10, 2020        3:00 PM
    The Passion Of The Lord
     
    Holy Saturday           Saturday April 11, 2020   7:30 PM
    The Easter Vigil
     
    Easter Sunday           Sunday April 12, 2020      9:00 AM
    The Resurrection Of The Lord
     

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