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Statement from Archbishop Hebda and Bishop Cozzens – Recent Acts of Terrorism and Violence

August 21st, 2017|Categories: Archdiocese News|

Statement from Archbishop Hebda and Bishop Cozzens Please click on the link below for a statement from Archbishop Hebda and Bishop Cozzens regarding recent acts of terrorism and violence.   +HEBDA +COZZENS STATEMENT ON VIOLENCE

Bankruptcy Update from Archbishop Hebda

March 27th, 2017|Categories: Archdiocese News|

To view a video, click the link here. To view a document of the video, click the link here. Document can also be viewed on the Bulletin Boards located on Mary Mother's Campus.

2017 Catholic Services Appeal Foundation 17 Collective Ministries

January 15th, 2017|Categories: Archdiocese News|

The Collective Ministries are the shared ministries of this Archdiocese that no one parish can support on its own. Those who have contributed to the Appeal in the past should shortly receive a mailing from

Feast of the Epiphany is Also Minnesota Immigration Sunday

January 7th, 2017|Categories: Archdiocese News|

Please follow the link here to read a letter from Archbishop Hebda about January 8, Feast of the Epiphany, Immigration Sunday and kick off to National Migration Week.

First Saturday Inspired to Inspired!

January 3rd, 2017|Categories: Archdiocese News|

The First Saturday Mornings of Recollection at the Cathedral of St. Paul, 239 Selby Avenue, 55102 are mini-retreats in accord with our Lady’s instructions at Fatima, designed to foster greater devotion, understanding, and living out

Pallium Mass for Archbishop Hebda

December 13th, 2016|Categories: Archdiocese News|

On Sunday, December  18, 2:30pm at the Cathedral of St. Paul, all people of the Archdiocese are invited to the Pallium Mass for Archbishop Hebda. The Apostolic Nuncio will confer the Pallium – which was

Please read below a Statement from the Minnesota Catholic Conference regarding a recent ad put in the Minneapolis Star Tribune by “Catholics for Choice”.  This group is not representative of and woefully misrepresents the noble Catholic social justice tradition. By calling for public funding of abortion, “Catholics for Choice” disregards the need to defend vulnerable human life in all its stages—a principle at the core of authentic social justice. Please read the link below for more information and for additional resources for women facing an unplanned pregnancy.

Minnesota Catholic Conference statement concerning today’s “Catholics for Choice” national ad campaign

Please read below the news from the Archdiocese from July 20, 2016.