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ANNOUNCEMENTS 

1. We are looking for more lectors and ushers. Please contact Fr. Jeremy if you are interested.

2. Our Lady of the Snows is seeking more volunteers to help cover the Adoration Times, esp. 3:00-4:00pm Thursday.

3. **There will be no daily Mass August 16-20. **

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

Our Lady of Snows, Bigfork

Mass Times:

Sunday: 9:00 AM

Wednesday: 9:00 AM

Thursday: 9:00 AM

Friday: 9:00 AM

**There will be no daily Mass August 16-20. **

Confession:

Sunday: 8:00 - 8:45 AM

Wednesday: 8:30 - 8:45 AM

Thursday: 8:30 - 8:45 AM

Friday: 8:30 - 8:45 AM

 

Adoration:

Thursday's 9:30* AM - 3:00 PM (Following Mass)

St. Catherine, Squaw Lake

Mass Times:

Saturday: 4:00 PM Vigil Mass

Tuesday: 11:00 AM 

**There will be no daily Mass August 17th. **

Confession:

Saturday: 3:00 - 3:45 PM

Tuesday: 10:30-10:45 AM

 

Adoration:

Saturday: 3:00 - 3:45 PM

St. Michael, Northome

**Note: the city of Northome is renewing the water and sewer system. This will impact parking, but Mass, confessions and adoration will remain as scheduled.**

Mass Times:

Saturday: 7:00 PM Vigil Mass

Tuesday: 6:00 PM

**There will be no daily Mass August 17th. **

Confession:

Saturday: 6:30 - 6:45 PM

Tuesday: 5:30 - 5:45 PM

 

Adoration:

Tuesday: 6:30* - 7:30 PM (Following Mass)

 

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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

Office Hours

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

Hours:

  • Thursday: 10:00 AM - 3:00 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.

COVID 19 MASS UPDATES

Protocols follow the Diocese of Duluth:

  • The dispensation from Mass was lifted July 1.
  • The faithful are strongly encouraged to go to Mass. (No sign-up required).
  • Mass celebrated with all pews open.
  • Face masks - those who come to worship may choose to wear a mask or may choose not to wear a mask following the CDC guidelines.
  • Communion may be received in the hand or on the tongue. Only the Precious Body is offered to the faithful not the Precious Blood at this time.
  • The sign of peace is not done.
  • Confessions in the confessionals.

Click here for Coronavirus information for the Diocese of Duluth

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