Browsing the December 2019 archive of News Feed

Browsing the December 2019 archive of News Feed

MCCL March for Life

Posted by Claire Roden on 12/30/19

On Wednesday, January 22, join thousands of Minnesotans at the State capitol in St. Paul at 12:00 noon for the 47th annual MCCL March for Life. The March commemorates the deaths of more than 60 million unborn babies killed by abortion since the U.S. Supreme Court's 1973 Roe ... Read More »

Steubenville 2020

Posted by Claire Roden on 12/30/19

Mary Mother Youth Ministry will travel to the Lone Star State, June 18, 2020 to take part in the Steubenville Conference for youth.  All youth, grades 8-12 are encouraged to attend.  The cost of the trip is $700.  We will have fund raising opportunities for those that wish to participate!

The theme of this year's conference is "Restore," based on Psalm 80:3 -  "RESTORE US, O GOD; LET YOUR FACE SHINE, THAT WE MAY BE SAVED.”   Permission slips and registration are due to Steve G. by February 29.  The form can be found here on the website. ... Read More »

Archdiocesan Synod 2021

Posted by Claire Roden on 12/11/19

Archbishop Hebda has begun a two-year Synod process in order to hear and understand what’s going well in the Archdiocese and our parishes and what opportunities there are to address and the challenges we face. Each parish in our Archdiocese has been asked to develop a Synod Ambassador Team. ... Read More »

Christmas Liturgies

Posted by Claire Roden on 12/05/19

Christmas and Advent Liturgies at Mary Mother

Communal Reconciliation Service with Individual Confessions ~ December 14 ~  9:00am 

Christmas Eve ~ December 24 ~ Masses at 4:00pm and 10:00pm

Christmas Day ~ December 25 ~ Masses at 9:00am and 11:00am

Feast of the Holy Family ~ December 28/29 ~ ... Read More »

Communal Reconciliation December 14

Posted by Claire Roden on 12/04/19

Repentance: A Reorientation Of One's Life

The Catechism of the Catholic Church reminds us that Christ calls us to conversion and penance. However, this call to conversion and penance does not "aim first at outward works," such as fasting and mortification, "but at the conversion of the heart, interior conversion. ... Read More »