Mass Times

PUBLIC MASS IS BEING CELEBRATED WITH RESTRICTED CAPACITY UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.


Our Lady of the Snows, Bigfork:
Sundays: Confession at 8:00 am & Mass at 9:00 am
Wednesdays, Thursdays & Fridays: Confession at 8:30 am & Mass at 9:00 am

Saint Catherine, Squaw Lake:
Saturdays: Confession at 3:00 pm & Mass at 4:00 pm
Tuesday: Confession at 10:00 am & Mass at 11:00 am

Saint Michael, Northome:
Saturdays: Confession at 6:30 pm & Mass at 7:00 pm
Tuesdays: Confession at 5:00 pm & Mass at 6:00 pm

Office Hours

The Combined Parish Office, based at Our Lady of the Snows, is not currently staffed with set hours. Please call the office phone at 218-743-3255 and leave a message if no one answers your call. You will receive a response as soon as possible.

Modes of Communication

Bulletins are again being distributed at Mass every weekend.  You may use the paper copy, or the digital copy attached to this website, in order to keep up to date with any parish news, including changes in the Mass schedule each week.  

COVID 19 MASS UPDATES

Click here to read Protocols to Follow for Public Mass

Click here to read 5/20/2020 Minnesota Bishops' Letter Concerning Public Mass

Click here to read 5/23/2020 Message From Father Bissonette Regarding Public Mass

 

Following protocol from the Diocese of Duluth, our parishes may celebrate Mass at 25% capacity, and this is only if 6' distancing may be maintained between households.  Holy Water fonts are empty, so bring your own Holy Water from home if you desire to bless yourself.   Face masks should be used.  Parishioners may not sing during Mass.  Communion may be received in the hand or on the tongue.  Ushers at weekend Masses will guide seating and exiting.  Please be patient to allow for an orderly process.  And most of all, remember, GOD HAS GOT THIS!!  

Events

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Diocese News

Editorial: Keep up the vigilance on COVID protocols

Earlier this year we experienced the profound suffering of the suspension of public Masses due to the coronavirus pandemic, even including Easter. Some people, particularly those most vulnerable to the virus, are still experiencing the suffering of not being able to be present in our churches. For those of us who are back, it still isn’t “normal” — we’re still wearing masks, still asked to refrain from congregational singing, asked not to gather in some of the ways we’re accustomed to.

After all these months, it’s wearying. But it’s also still necessary.

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Deacon Kyle Eller: Essential Catholic truth about marriage upholds society for everyone

The Catholic understanding of marriage as exclusively the lifelong union of one man and one woman open to new life is perhaps the most despised of all Catholic beliefs in 2020 America.

Deacon Kyle Eller

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Holy Hour in honor of the late Bishop Sirba

The one-year anniversary of Bishop Paul Sirba’s death is Tuesday, Dec. 1, and to mark the occasion and remember him in prayer, the diocese has announced that each deanery (region) in the diocese will hold a Holy Hour from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m.

Bishop Paul Sirba

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