1. ***One-Time Mass Time Change for Our Lady of the Snows in Bigfork, Sunday August 4th - 10:30AM for Parish Picnic Event*** - Parish Picnic to follow after Mass. All are welcome to join. 


2. Diocese of Duluth Weekend Mass Livestreams:



3. Quick link to The Diocese of Duluth Ministries Appeal: https://dioceseduluth.org/the-ministries-appeal

(Updated 4/27/2024)

  • Our Lady of Snows, Bigfork
  • St. Catherine, Squaw Lake
  • St. Michael, Northome
  • Faith, Hope, & Charity


  • Sun, Jul 21st

  • Sun, Jul 14th

Our Lady of Snows, Bigfork

Mass Times:

Sunday: 9:00 AM ***

Tuesday: 9:00 AM

Wednesday: 9:00 AM

***One-Time Mass Time Change Sunday August 4th - 10:30AM for Parish Picnic Event***



Sunday: 8:00 - 8:45 AM

Tuesday: 8:30 - 8:45 AM

Wednesday: 8:30 - 8:45 AM



Wednesday's 9:30 AM* - 10:30 AM (*Following Mass)

St. Catherine, Squaw Lake

Mass Times:

Saturday: 4:00 PM Vigil Mass 



Saturday: 3:00 - 3:45 PM



Saturday: 3:00 - 3:45 PM

St. Michael, Northome

Mass Times:

Saturday: 7:00 PM Vigil Mass 


Saturday: 6:30 - 6:45 PM

Eucharistic Revival

Weekend Readings Video

16th Sunday in Ordinary Time

Office Hours

Parish Offices are combined at Our Lady of the Snows in Bigfork.


  • Tuesday: 10:30 AM - 1:00 PM*
  • Wednesday: 10:30 AM - 1:00 PM*

At other times:
Fr. Jeremy is often available, please call the office phone at 218-743-3255 to leave a message. You will receive a response as soon as possible.

How We Communicate

1. Bulletins: distributed at Mass every weekend.  For digital copy click here

2. Announcements at Mass.

3. Website will have up to date information and announcements can be found above




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The Ministries Appeal Video

Video From Bishop Felton

Faith & Politics

Statements From Minnesota Bishop's

[DEV] MN Catholic Conference

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Diocese News

Meet our seminarians: John Paul Narog 

What seminary are you attending and where are you in the formation process?

John Paul Narog

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Editorial: Marriage season is here

Amid all the splendor of a northern Minnesota summer, don’t miss one of its most beautiful aspects: weddings. It’s the time of year many couples choose to begin their lives together. 

In our diocesan vocations prayer, alongside vocations to the priesthood, consecrated life, and permanent diaconate, we pray so often at Masses for an increase in “holy marriages in our diocese.” Society is undergoing a crisis of marriage and family. But it’s also true that the sacrament of marriage brings hope to society. 

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Interfaith advocacy for the poor and vulnerable makes an impact in 2023

Inside the Capitol 

Catholic social teaching espouses a preferential option for the poor and vulnerable. In the public policy context, this means that policies should first be evaluated based on how they will affect those most in distress (Matthew 25). It also means that addressing the needs of the poor and vulnerable should be one of the most important priorities in the legislative process, at whatever level of government. 

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Diocese Events


The Diocese of Duluth will be discontinuing its televised Mass on WDIO-TV/WIRT-TV effective April 1. While this change will require some adjustment, live stream broadcasts of Mass from local parishes on the Internet are widely available, as are broadcasts on radio and cable television such as EWTN. Please let us know if you or a loved one need help accessing one of these broadcasts, and particularly if Communion visits and the other sacraments are needed for our homebound faithful. A complete list of live stream Masses from the Duluth Diocese is available at www.dioceseduluth.org/live-stream-masses.

Area Retreat/Events

WORLDWIDE MARRIAGE ENCOUNTERMake plans for a fall get-away with the one you love before your calendar fills up!!
A Marriage Encounter Weekend is a private weekend away from life's distractions that allows a husband and wife to focus on each other. The next available Weekends are Oct 12-13, 2024 in ALEXANDRIA, MN and Aug 17-18, 2024 in Oakdale, MN. Early registration is highly recommended.  For more information visit our website at: northmnwwme.org or contact Miki at applications@northmnwwme.org or 507-227-8229.


Christ the King Retreat Center

Silent Weekend Retreat for Men & Women –– July 19-21, 2024

“Healing Live’s Hurts so We Don’t Forgive Too Soon” presented by Fr. Matt Linn

Just as we have a natural process to stop the bleeding and heal our physical wounds, we too have a natural grieving process to heal emotional hurts.  This retreat will slowly walk through the healing of a hurt with its five stages of denial, anger, bargaining, depression (shame and guilt) and acceptance (discovering our gifts).  Each session will end with an exercise for healing life’s hurts. Includes Mass, personal prayer time, Reconciliation, Scriptural Rosary and a healing service. Per person: $50 deposit at registration and Suggested Donation of $250; includes 2 overnights, private accommodations and 5 meals; Register online at www.kingshouse.com or call 763-682-1394.



“A Weekend Away” for Men and Women –– August 9-11, 2024

Do you need some “ME” time to be in solitude with the Lord away from the business of life?  Join us at the HOLY GROUND which is Christ the King Retreat Center, overlooking Buffalo Lake, for a weekend in a peaceful setting to “walk humbly with your God”. Adoration on Friday evening, Mass on Saturday and Sunday. Optional guided meditation and Holy hour, confession and spiritual direction included.  As this is a new retreat, we will need 12 people registered by Monday, July 29, to have this retreat.  Includes 2 nights private accommodations and 5 meals. $50 deposit to reserve a room; Suggested Value $200 per person. Register online at www.kingshouse.com or call 763-682-1394 for more information.


Next Weekend Retreats: 

August 2-4, 2024 – “Wrestling with God” presented by Fr. Ron Rolheiser, OMI;  FULL 😊


“Unwrapped Presents” Silent Weekend for Men & Women – August 23-25, 2024

presented by Fr. Charlie Lachowitzer, 

Wisdom, Understanding, Counsel, Fortitude, Knowledge, Piety and Fear of the Lord.  We studied them in our youth and received them as the gifts of the Holy Spirit at Confirmation.  Chances are that one or more of these gifts are still unwrapped.  This is an inspiring weekend to unwrap, open and receive anew the seven-fold gifts of the Holy Spirit and the Church of Pentecost. Includes conferences, time for prayer and contemplation, healing service, confessions and Mass on Saturday and Sunday Mass. Per person: $50 deposit at registration and Suggested Donation of $250; includes 2 overnights, private accommodations and 5 meals; Register online at www.kingshouse.com or call 763-682-1394.


Women’s Silent Weekend Retreat – Sept 20-22, 2024

Women’s Silent Midweek Retreat –– Sept 24-26, 2024

Men’s Silent Weekend Retreat – Sept 27-29, 2024

“Do This in Memory of Me” presented by King’s House Retreat Staff

Experience King’s House at the height of summer when the flowers are in bloom and the sunsets are beautiful.  Jesus, present at The Last Supper shared with His disciples the gift of His presence as He becomes the Bread of Life and the Cup of Salvation. The disciples remembered many things from that night. It is these memories that will guide our retreat. Includes Mass, personal prayer time, Reconciliation, Scriptural Rosary and a healing service. Per person: $50 deposit at registration and Suggested Donation of $195; includes 2 overnights, private accommodations and 5 meals; Register online at www.kingshouse.com or call 763-682-1394.