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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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Memorial of Saint Ignatius of Antioch, Bishop and Martyr

Reading 1 Gal 5:18-25

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Tuesday of the Twenty-eighth Week in Ordinary Time

Reading 1 Gal 5:1-6

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Memorial of Saint Teresa of Jesus, Virgin and Doctor of the Church

Reading 1 Gal 4:22-24, 26-27, 31–5:1

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Diocese News

Bishop Paul Sirba: A call to pray in reparation and for mercy

On Oct. 7, we celebrate the feast day of Our Lady of the Rosary. The date recalls the famous Battle of Lepanto. In preparation for this defensive battle, St. Pius V ordered Christians in the year 1571 to say the Rosary daily, and before the battle, he ordered a day of fasting and prayer. The faithful made pilgrimages to shrines, like the shrine of the holy house of Loretto. He also ordered the troops to live their lives in harmony with Christian morals or teachings. On the day of the battle, the entire Christian army knelt and received Holy Communion.

The battle was a turning point for Christianity in Europe.

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Father Michael Schmitz: What to make of the crisis in the church?

Father, what do you make of what is in the news about the church and scandal?

First, it cannot go without saying that the grand jury report that came out of Pennsylvania is the most horrific and vile thing I have ever read. What priests did to innocent children is beyond shocking. It is absolutely incomprehensible. The further cover-ups and compromises are without excuse. This news is literally the most evil I have ever heard of. Full stop. There is nothing more to be said on that, except that there is a need for the church to do everything possible to care for victims and to be purged of all forms of evil.

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Deacon Kyle Eller: ‘Lord, to whom shall we go?’

“Lord, to whom shall we go? You have the words of eternal life.”

I came into the church with my eyes pretty wide open.

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