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Adoration following Mass on Friday
Saturday 4:00pm St. Joseph in Ball Club
Sunday 8:30am St. Mary's in Deer River
11:00am St. Charles in Cass Lake
Father KK Pastor
Liann Bommersbach Secretary/DRE
Max Pearson Bookkeeper
Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday 10am-3pm
Message from Fr. KK
12/08/22 12:03 pm
My favorite piece of real estate on earth (as I have probably mentioned before) is Rome, Italy. For years, I have led small group tours of six to eight people there, and I never tire of doing it. I tire of the flights, but not of Rome. You can learn more about church history and even theology in one week in Rome than you would a whole semester in college, and that is what I love.
Father Richard KunstRead More
12/08/22 12:02 pm
I dreaded the sign of peace when we brought all our children to Mass. I am not sure what the priest or those around could see, but there was the excessive squeezing of hands and toes that were stepped on, hugs that were attempts to pull the locks of the other, and an occasional jab into their siblings’ ribs.
Betsy KneepkensRead More
12/08/22 12:01 pm
Concern about the commercialization of Christmas has been a trope for so many decades that most of us likely don’t remember a time when it wasn’t well known. To cite one example, “A Charlie Brown Christmas,” dating all the way back to 1965, famously had it as a central theme, contrasting focus on presents and gaudy fake Christmas trees and “a big commercial racket” that is “run by an Eastern syndicate” with the true meaning of Christmas, which unfolds as Linus recites the story of the Nativity from the Gospel of Luke.
That theme rumbles in the background of other disputes, such as retailers betting their bottom lines on people overspending on Christmas gifts while nevertheless recoiling at using the holiday’s name, or simply our collective amazement at seeing the “holiday shopping season” begin earlier and earlier each year, now starting long before a single Thanksgiving turkey goes in the oven.Read More
12/08/22 8:30 am
Reading I Gn 3:9-15, 20
12/07/22 8:30 am
Readings for the Memorial of Saint Ambrose, bishop and doctor of the ChurchReading 1 Is 40:25-31
12/06/22 8:30 am
Reading 1 Is 40:1-11