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Ordinary Mass schedule:

(Fr. Terry Beeson)

Wednesday at 5:00 pm & Thursday at 8:30 am

Saturday at 6:00 pm & Sunday at 10:00 am

Extraordinary Form Mass schedule:

(Fr. John Gallas)

Sunday at 8:00 am

& First Friday's at 7:00 pm


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Mass Times

SUNDAY: 8:00 AM Extraordinary Form in Latin
10:00 AM Ordinary Form




SATURDAY: 5:30 PM - 5:45 PM

Holy Hour & Benediction
THURSDAY: 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM

First Friday: 7:00 PM Extraordinary Form in Latin

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Office Hours

Monday – Friday 9 am – 12:30 pm

If there is an emergency that requires a priest, please call 651-229-5189.

Our Sincere Sympathy to the family of Mark Capesius

Mark F. Capesius, age 75 of Hastings, died peacefully on Thursday evening, June 4, ... Read More »

Our Sincere Sympathy to the family of Jack Louis Friesen

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Our Sincere Sympathy to the family of Edith Paradis

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