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

Sunday 11:00 AMnday 8:30 AM

Wednesday 8:30 AM

1st Friday 8:30 AM

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

Saturday 5:00 PM

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Monday - Tuesday 9 - 1

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Diocese News

Counselors offer 'loving sources of hope' for women seeking abortions

Two women stood near the busy road on a chilly February morning in Indianapolis. A steady, penetrating mist -- and sometimes an icy splash from a speeding car -- made for a dampness that digs deep and lingers despite layers of clothes. The temperature hovered just above freezing.

"It's always 10 degrees colder here than anywhere else," Sheryl Dye said with a patient grin. Her companion, Ann Clawson, nodded in agreement.

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With heavy hearts, U.S. bishops condemn mosque attacks

U.S. Catholic bishops condemned the two mosque attacks in Christchurch, New Zealand, March 15 that left at least 50 people dead and 50 seriously injured, and they also pledged their solidarity with the Muslim community.

Cardinal Daniel N. DiNardo of Galveston-Houston, president of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, said he was "deeply saddened by the senseless attacks" and joined with New Zealand's bishops in "expressing solidarity with the Muslim community and in calling Catholics to join in prayer for the victims of this shooting, their families and the Muslim community that was directly targeted."

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Answering God's call demands courage to take a risk, pope says

Answering the Lord's call demands the courage to take a risk, but it is an invitation to become part of an important mission, Pope Francis said.

God "wants us to discover that each of us is called -- in a variety of ways -- to something grand, and that our lives should not grow entangled in the nets of an ennui that dulls the heart," the pope said.

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