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St. Mary's - 15 1st Ave NE, Deer River

Sunday 11:00 AM

Wednesday 8:30 AM

1st Friday 8:30 AM

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St. Joseph's - 51061 Wolf Drive, Ball Club

Monday 8:30 AM

Saturday 5:00 PM

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Office Hours

Office Hours
Monday - Tuesday 9 - 1

Pasty Sale

St. Mary's Council of Catholic Women's

Fall Pasty Sale

Cost $6.00

Order by calling 218-246-8582.

October 26 & 27

  • First Communion at St. Joseph's 2018.
  • First Communion at St. Joseph's 2018
  • First Communion at St. Joseph's 2018
  • First Communion at St. Joseph's 2018
  • Christmas Caroling 2017
  • Christmas Caroling 201
  • First Communion at St. Joseph's 2018
  • First Communion at St. Joseph's 2018
  • Mural or Miracle Workers?
  • At the "Old Log Cabin"
  • First Communion at St. Joseph's 2018
  • Sts. Joseph & Mary Kateri Circle Bake Sale
  • Spring at St. Mary's
  • First Communion at St. Joseph's 2018
  • First Communion at St. Joseph's 2018
  • First Communion at St. Joseph's 2018
  • Meeting with Bishop Sirba Confirmation 2018
  • Confirmation 2018
  • Confirmation 2018
  • Easter Vigil St. Joseph's 2018
  • Easter Vigil 2018 St. Joseph's
  • Easter Vigil 2018 St. Joseph's
  • Easter Vigil 2018 St. Joseph's
  • Easter Vigil 2018 St. Joseph's
  • Open House Garden Party St. Mary's Rectory 2018
  • Open House Garden Party St. Mary's Rectory 2018
  • Memorial Day Mass at St. Joseph's Cemetery 2018
  • Easter 2018
  • Fr. Steve and CoCo
  • Men's Pancake Breakfast at St. Mary's 2018
  • Fr. Steve's "Old Log Cabin"
  • Easter Vigil St. Joseph's 2018
  • Memorial Day Mass St. Joseph's Cemetery 2018
  • Old Log Cabin at St. Mary's Rectory
  • Easter Vigil St. Joseph's 2018
  • St. Mary's Pancake Breakfast 2018
  • St. Mary's Pancake Breakfast 2018
  • First Communion St. Joseph's 2018
  • Memorial Day Mass St. Joseph's Cemetery 2018
  • Men's Pancake Breakfast St. Mary's 2018
  • Open House Garden Party 2018
  • CCW Spring Rummage Sale 2018
  • CCW Spring Rummage Sale
  • Seder Dinner 2018
  • Sliding Party 2018
  • CCW Valentine Luncheon 2018
  • CCW Valentine Luncheon 2018

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Reading 1 Rv 1:1-4; 2:1-5

The revelation of Jesus Christ, which God gave to him,

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In those days, I Daniel,

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Memorial of Saint Elizabeth of Hungary, Religious

Reading 1 3 Jn 5-8

Beloved, you are faithful in all you do for the brothers and sisters,

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When you read this, the 2018 elections will have passed. The anger will continue to boil, and new opportunities for outrage will undoubtedly abound. The demonization of political opponents will persist, and the saddling of the American presidency with criminal investigations and threats of impeachment will likely become a permanent feature of our politics.

Jason Adkins

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Bishop Paul Sirba: Accountability helped by the assistance of the whole People of God

“If one part suffers, all the parts suffer with it; if one part is honored, all the parts share its joy” (1 Corinthians 12:26).

St. Paul established a Christian community in Corinth about the year 51. The city, a major seaport and commercial crossroads, struggled with issues of moral depravity, factionalism, questions of leadership, and other cultural woes that spilled into its celebration of the liturgy. St. Paul courageously responded to issues of conscience in the light of faith in Jesus Christ — there really is nothing new under the sun.

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McIver offers hopeful vision in the midst of ‘ruins’

“Love persists in the midst of ruins.”

That might be the most apt takeaway from Colin McIver’s presentations at the Diocese of Duluth’s 13th annual Diocesan Assembly, held Oct. 13 at Marshall School in Duluth. It was attended by about 170 people.

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