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1st Saturday and the Angelus
When I lived in Texas, I attended St Mary the Virgin Catholic Church and every Sunday we would sing the Angelus...it was beautiful!  My daughter learned the Hail Mary prayer through singing it weekly, and to this day when I find myself in need of consolation or extra prayers, I hear the words a...

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Go Fly a Kite

Posted on April 30, 2020 in: General News

Go Fly a Kite
Go Fly a Kite The Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis has staffed and supported parishes in the diocese of Ciudad Guayana in Venezuela since 1970. The “Did you know?” papers are designed to give you a better understanding of life in Venezuela and to strengthen conne...

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May 3 - Rosary Procession and Consecration
Rosary Procession and Consecration Live-Streamed via the St Paul Cathedral Sunday, May 3rd at 2:00 pm CT At 2:00 pm CT on Sunday, May 3, Archbishop Hebda and Bishop Cozzens will preside at our annual Rosary Procession, which this year will be a private celebration live-streamed from t...

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May 1 - Feast of St Joseph the Worker
May 1 is the Feast of St Joseph the Worker Pope Pius XIII composed a St. Joseph prayer fitting for our pandemic, and those who pray it may obtain a partial indulgence. To You, O Blessed Joseph Pope Pius XIII Aug. 20, 1885 “A partial indulgence is granted to the faithful who invoke S...

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How the Saints Handled Irritations
Living in general has its challenges -- from minor uncertainties or inconveniences to dealing with people who have varying opinions or dispositions than us to handling major life changes.  And with restrictions in place due to COVID-19, not being able to socialize closely with friends...

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St Catherine of Siena

Posted on April 29, 2020 in: General News

St Catherine of Siena
“Be who God meant you to be and you will set the world on fire.” Having been named after St Catherine of Siena, I wanted to post something on her feast day, April 29, and providentially (?), this article arrived in my in box; it is a homily from FAITH Catholic for St Catherine's f...

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We are Here for You!

Posted on April 23, 2020 in: General News

We are Here for You!
    Our parish staff is still here and available to you! While public Masses may be suspended and office visits are allowed by appointment only, we are still here and availble to you! Have a question or concern?  Call us at 763-972-2077 or email us at info@delanocatho...

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Adoration? Yes!

Posted on April 21, 2020 in: General News

Adoration? Yes!
Christ has risen! Allelulia!  Spend an hour with Him. There is something special about meeting with Christ face-to-face in Eucharistic Adoration.   Thanks to people who volunteer to to 'take an hour' and sit with Christ in the church, our parish is able to keep adoration go...

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Baseball Withdrawal in the USA and Venezuela
Baseball Withdrawal in the USA and Venezuela The Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis has staffed and supported parishes in the diocese of Ciudad Guayana in Venezuela since 1970. The “Did you know?” papers are designed to give you a better understanding of life in Venezue...

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Cana Banquet - May 1

Posted on April 16, 2020 in: Upcoming Events

Cana Banquet - May 1
Celebrate the Joy of Family! What: 2020 Cana ONLINE Banquet When: Friday, May 1, at 7 PM Central Rather than allow COVID-19 concerns stop the 2020 Cana Banquet, Cana Family Institute invites you to join us ONLINE for an inspiring evening featuring Most Rev...

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Divine Mercy Sunday - April 19
Sunday of Divine Mercy is April 19th Our parish will live-stream the Divine Mercy Chaplet around 11:30 AM, directly following the 10:30 AM Mass on Sunday.  Please join us via our Facebook link here Facebook Parish Page Confessions will be heard at 12:00 pm in St Martha's H...

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Easter Sunday Masses

Posted on April 09, 2020 in: Upcoming Events

Easter Sunday Masses
Our Parish of St Maximilian Kolbe will be live-streaming Mass at 10:30 AM CT on Easter Sunday; please join us for Mass through our Facebook page Parish Facebook Page   For those without Facebook or who want to catch Mass at another time... ...WCCO Radio 830AM will be broadcasting ...

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Easter Vigil PROGRAM

Posted on April 09, 2020 in: General News

Easter Vigil PROGRAM
For those who want to follow along with the Easter Vigil Mass, a program has been created.   You may pick up a printed copy in the narthex at St. Peter's Church, or you may view or print a copy of the attached PDF file here Easter Vigil 2020 PDF Easter Blessings to you! &nbs...

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Being Church Together this Holy Week
  Greetings in Christ, No doubt this has been a unique Lent and start to Holy Week for all of us.  Although public Masses remain suspended, large gatherings are on hold, and maybe even your family Easter traditions are in flux, there are still ways for us to honor this important seas...

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Confession Hours

Posted on April 08, 2020 in: General News

Confession Hours
Fr Kowalczyk will be hearing confessions in St. Martha's Hall at St. Peter's Church at the times noted on our website home page: DelanoCatholic.com

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Virtual Holy Week Retreat

Posted on April 02, 2020 in: From the Pastor

Virtual Holy Week Retreat
The Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis has put together a Virtual Holy Week Retreat. Please follow the link beginning this Sunday, April 5th, Palm Sunday.   https://www.archspm.org/holyweek

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Drive-Through Confessions APRIL 4
On Saturday April 4th from 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm, confessions will be heard. You have the option of going into St. Martha's Hall where Fr Kowalczyk will be hearing confessions, or you may go "drive through" style where Fr Peter Hughes will be hearing confessions outside. For drive-...

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