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 All MASSES, Faith Formation Classes, Stations of the Cross and other events are suspended until further notice!

Due to the Shelter-in-place order the Adoration Chapel and Church are closing at 3pm on Friday, March 27 until further notice. Please continue to monitor this website for updated information.                      If you would like to contact a member of the staff please call the office and leave a message or email us

and we will respond as soon as we're able to.

Confessions available by appointment, please call the parish office and leave a message or email Father Benny.

Ways to Watch/Listen to Mass

Even with the suspension of Masses,

 as Catholic faithful, we still have an obligation to   “Keep Holy the Sabbath.” 

Please choose an option:


Diocese of St. Cloud: Sundays, 11am on KSTC-TV/45

St. Olaf, Minneapolis: MCN Cable Channel 6, Sundays at 8pm

Diocese of Sioux Falls: Anytime via Facebook or Youtube  CLICK HERE


Radio: Relevant Radio 1330am: Sundays at 9am

A letter from

Father Benny...

click here

Archbishop Hebda Suspends Masses in Archdiocese of Saint Paul and Minneapolis

From Archbishop Hebda:

“State Officials have communicated to religious leaders that the next two weeks are critical for the containment of the COVID-19/coronavirus and that all congregational gatherings should be avoided. While I am sure that the advice is startling for those of any creed, it particularly hits hard for Catholics, given our beliefs about the Mass and the Eucharist.

In light of that advice, after consulting with the Presbyteral Council and College of Consultors, and having learned that an active parish priest in another U.S. diocese has tested positive for the virus – unknowingly putting his parish at risk prior to the manifestation of any symptoms – I have made the difficult decision to suspend all regularly scheduled public celebrations of Mass in the Archdiocese of Saint Paul Minneapolis, effective immediately. Given both the moral impossibility of attending Mass, as well as the dispensation from the obligation to attend Sunday Mass that was extended to the faithful of the Archdiocese last week, please rest assured that the missing of Mass in these conditions should not weigh on your conscience.”

The faithful are asked to find a Mass on TV, the radio or online and make a Spiritual Communion. Where that is not an option, it would be appropriate to pray the Liturgy of the Hours or the Rosary.

See further information in the letter from Archbishop Hebda.

For Video and other resources, click here.