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Parish Offices
2119 Stillwater Ave.
St. Paul, MN  55119
Phone: (651) 738-0677
Fax: (651) 738-6492 

Blessed Sacrament
1801 LaCrosse Ave.
St. Paul, MN  55119 

St. Thomas the Apostle
2119 Stillwater Ave.
St. Paul, MN  55119 

Masses

1st & 3rd Saturdays
4:00 pm
Blessed Sacrament

2nd, 4th & 5th Saturdays
4:00 pm
St. Thomas the Apostle

Sunday  8:45 am
Blessed Sacrament

Sunday  10:30 am
St. Thomas the Apostle

Tuesday  8:00 am
Blessed Sacrament 

Wednesday  9:00 am
St. Thomas the Apostle 

Thursday  8:00 am
Blessed Sacrament 

Friday  8:00 am
St. Thomas the Apostle 

 

Confessions

1st & 3rd Saturdays
3:00 - 3:45 pm
(Blessed Sacrament)

2nd, 4th, & 5th Saturdays
3:00 - 3:45 pm
(St. Thomas the Apostle)

 

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Welcome to Blessed Sacrament Parish

On behalf of the parish staff and members of the Parish of the Blessed Sacrament, welcome.

As disciples of Jesus Christ it is the Eucharist that binds us together as one community of faith.  As part of the Body of Christ, we share in the mission of Christ on the East Side of Saint Paul.  We seek to grow in our faith that we may live out in communion with and according to the teachings of the Roman Catholic Church the goals of the Archdiocese of Saint Paul and Minneapolis; to make the name of Christ known and loved and by this to foster Christian truth and love.

We invite you to celebrate the Eucharist with us which is offered every day of the week and to be an active member through participation in our various programs.  Part of our journey in faith is lived out in being generous stewards of God’s blessings by offering our time, our gifts and our financial support to help promote the vision and programs of our parish community.  Your presence, however, is most cherished

There are many different opportunities available within the parish to volunteer and share your time and gifts for the greater glory of God.  You can contribute to our liturgical life by singing in the choir, by serving as a reader, extraordinary minister of the Eucharistic, or maybe you have a child who could participate at Mass as an altar server.  You can participate in our Pastoral Ministry by visiting parishioners who are sick, hospitalized, elderly, or homebound.  You are welcome to break away from the busyness of your daily life and spend some quiet prayer time in our Adoration Chapel, or even commit to an hour a week at a regular prescheduled time.  Other programs and events will be announced from time to time in our weekly parish bulletin.

As a part of our commitment to Christ as his disciples we strive to offer opportunities to grow in faith through catechetical events and programs for both children and adults.  The largest program of our Faith Formation is our Religious Education for children (offered during the school year on Wednesday evenings) but we offer faith enrichment for adults as well with various events that promote both spiritual and catechetical growth.

Newcomers? We invite all who are interested in the Parish of the Blessed Sacrament to contact the parish office.

 

Parish of the Blessed Sacrament Transition Committee Meeting of October 15, 2014

Communication to the Parish

The first meeting of the Transition Committee was held  Wednesday, October 15, 2014. The meeting started and ended with prayer. The purpose of this committee is to make recommendations to Father DeGrood for the combining of the two parish sites into one site. Items that were identified as high priority are: starting a transitional prayer to be recited at both sites; keeping the parish members informed as to the progress of this committee; the final Mass at the Blessed Sacrament site on January 11, 2015; an inventory of all the items at the Blessed Sacrament site and what will happen to those items; the moving of the Adoration Chapel; and developing a timeline of tasks related to the transition.

The next meeting will be Wednesday, October 29, 2014.

Members of this committee are: Nancy Burns, Cathy Coleman, Kathy Ebert, Angela Florin, Sue Kronschnable, Lloyd Maus, Karen McGahn, Deacon Jerry Saladin, Bev & Bob Schmitz, Garry Stucci, and Fred Yekaldo.

If you have any questions, ideas or comments please contact a committee member.