Because of the suspensions from COVID-19 Father Terry will be outside at St. Pius V Church at the Marian Grotto Shrine for Confessions Fridays at 7:30 am, Saturdays at 3:00 pm and Tuesday, April 7 at 6:00 pm (during Holy Week). In case of rain - he will be in the garage.
11:30 AM Extraordinary Form in Latin
WEDNESDAY: 5:00 PM
THURSDAY: 8:30 AM
SATURDAY: 6:00 PM
SATURDAY: 5:30 PM - 5:45 PM
Holy Hour & Benediction
THURSDAY: 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM
If there is an emergency that requires a priest, please call 651-229-5189.
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04/04/20 8:22 pm
Washington D.C., Apr 4, 2020 / 01:22 pm (CNA).- The novel coronavirus pandemic's effects on victims and the closure of churches have deeply pained the Catholic faithful and clergy, but Holy Week is a time to join together to seek God's mercy and love in the Sacred Heart of Jesus, Archbishop Jose Gomez, president of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, has said.
“In the heart of Jesus, pierced as he hung on the cross on Good Friday, we see the love of God for humanity, his love for each one of us,” Gomez said in an April 3 message for Holy Week.Read More
04/04/20 7:30 pm
Denver, Colo., Apr 4, 2020 / 12:30 pm (CNA).- An Iowa monastery of Trappist monks is offering an unusual but necessary act of charity amid the global pandemic - free caskets to financially struggling families who have lost a loved one.
New Melleray Abbey has been making caskets for the public and offering prayers for the deceased since 1999. The monastery announced last week its new initiative to support families affected by COVID-19.Read More
04/04/20 7:01 pm
Phoenix, Ariz., Apr 4, 2020 / 12:01 pm (CNA).- Holy Week this year is going to look different for almost every Catholic in the United States.
On Palm Sunday, people will wave last year’s palms, or this year’s pine branches, or, if they’re lucky, palms from their parish, from the confines of their home instead of the pews of their parish. On Holy Thursday, feet will be washed by a family member, or not at all. For the veneration of the Cross, Catholics will kiss their personal crucifixes instead of lining up to kiss the crucifix at their parish. Candle-lit Easter Vigils will be celebrated by solitary priests livestreaming Mass from empty chapels.Read More