Today's Mass will be live-streamed here, Monday, June 1, beginning at 9:00am.



Mass recording will be available throughout the day here, on our Facebook page, and on our YouTube Channel.

Mary, Mother of the Church, pray for us!


Beginning with the 4:00pm Saturday Mass on May 30, Mary, Mother of the Church will welcome back her parishioners for the public celebration of the Mass.  We are making every effort for the safety and health of our worshippers. We encourage those with increased risk of complications or serious disease from Covid-19, to remain at home and worship with us online.  The Archbishop has indefinitely extended the dispensation for attending Sunday Mass. For those who feel ready to return, helpful information can be found hereA map of our worship space with changes noted is here.

Information about Mary Mother's Covid Preparedness can be found here.


Wondering what to do, day or night, while staying at home?

Here is a list of resources, Mass options, and much more.


Resources for Teaching Children at Home


In these challenging times, the Church needs your support more than ever.  For those of you facing financial hardship due to closings, know that we understand and are praying for you. For those who are able, please consider a gift, so that we can continue ministering to our parishioners and community in the Mary Mother tradition of community outreach.

Online donations using a laptop or tablet, can be made easily through our website here.

For those who prefer to use a mobile phone, the GivePlus app allows you to make regular or one-time electronic donations.

If you need assistance, please contact us here. Thank you.


The Sacrament of Reconciliation continues to be held every Saturday morning , 9:00am-10:00am, in the Church. Please park in the upper parking lot and enter the Parish Atrium doors.  A staff person will be present to assist or answer questions.

Reconciliation is also available by appointment. You can make an appointment by calling the Parish Office, at 952-890-0045 during office hours (Mon-Thurs, 10am-3pm; Fri, 10am-1pm). 

As always, if you have any symptoms of illness, please stay home.


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