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  • November 28, 2021 from Fr. Steve

    What is Advent?
          "The Advent season is a time of preparation that directs our hearts and minds to Christ's second coming at the end of time and to the anniversary of Our Lord's birth on Christmas." This Sunday, as we begin Advent, we hear this invitation from the United States Catholic Bishops Conference, to prepare the way of the Lord.
          We are each called to surrender anew, as we invite Jesus deeper into our hearts in order to grow closer to him. "Advent also includes an element of penance in the sense of preparing, quieting and disciplining our hearts for the full joy of Christmas." We have many seasons in the Church and in our daily lives. Along with the early Church, this one allows us to reflect and refocus our attention on the joyful expectation of Jesus' return, along with anticipating the celebration of his first coming. Just as we have been baptized and accepted him as our Savior, we also pray for persevering grace to follow him all the days of our lives. Then we can look forward to that day in joyful expectation and to welcome with open arms, him whom we have loved.
          All of the events surrounding Christmas, including Mass, good food, gathering with loved ones, and giving gifts can be a way of expressing and sharing the love God has given to each of us in the birth of Jesus our Savior. So, for now, during Advent, we prepare and focus our attention on welcoming the greatest gift of all, Jesus Christ our Savior!

  • Welcome and thanks be to God for our new Bishop Daniel Felton

  • Are you interested in becoming Catholic or learning more??

    Contact Fr. Steve at the office
    or call 218-387-1409 

  • Video Message from Bishop Felton-Sep 2021

    Please check out the video from our new Bishop Daniel Felton on the Diocese of Duluth website.
    www.dioceseduluth.org
    He is speaking about our current situation with the pandemic, the fatigue everyone is feeling from it, current guidelines, etc.
    If you have not heard him speak, it is a small way to get to know him a little bit.
    You only need a computer or phone to access the website, no special apps or account. 

  • NEEDING HELP?

    If you are in need of help with groceries or anything else, please contact the office at 218-387-1409. If you simply want to talk or need prayer, please call Fr. Steve. If no answer, please leave a message and phone number.

  • St. Johns/ Holy Rosary is the name of our Facebook page

    www.facebook.com St. Johns/ Holy Rosary
    You should see the 2 pictures of our churches below, to tell you that you have OUR church page. Contact church office if you need help finding. It will have Mass times and other info updated periodically.

     

  • New Resources for You

    Exciting News

    We now have a parish subscription to FORMED, https://formed.org.signup
    If you are not familiar with it, it is a Catholic website, app that you can access on
    your phone, tablet, smart tv, etc. It has many movies about Saints, teaching,
    study materials and many ways to learn about and enhance your faith.
    It is for everyone. You can watch at home and there are many adult videos and books,
    as well as children's material. Simple go to formed.org and follow the sign-in
    instructions.  Click on sign-up as a parishioner. The easiest way is to just type in 55604
    and St. John's should pop up, click on that and then enter your email address.
    Once you register, you can stay logged in.

  • Free Items

    We have a small raft (dingy) for getting to a sailboat, free to whoever wants it. Call office Monday or Thursday