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Jesus teaches us another way: Go out. Go out and share your testimony, go out and interact with your brothers, go out and share, go out and ask. Become the Word in body as well as spirit.
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"Jesus teaches us another way: Go out. Go out and share your testimony, go out and interact with your brothers, go out and share, go out and ask. Become the Word in body as well as spirit."   Words from Pope Francis.

                MUST WEAR A MASK IF ATTENDING                     

  Limited 25-50% Public Occupancy Mass Times Holy Angels Catholic Church

5 PM  Saturday                                             10:30 AM Sunday

 

Limited 25-50% Public Occupancy  Mass Time St Isidore's   8:30 AM Sunday

 Limited 25-50% Public Occupancy  Mass Time St. Mary's Willow River   12 Noon Sunday 

MUST WEAR A MASK IF ATTENDING

Limited Public Masses (no more then 25-50% occupancy) will be phased in while following and maintaining the Protocols set by the Diocese of Duluth 25% occupancy, dovetailed with Governor Walz Executive Order 50% occupancyand CDC Guidelines.

 

Following and maintaining the Protocols set by the Diocese of Duluth,  Governor Walz Executive Order and CDC Guidelines,  Holy Angels will start to phase in limited Public Masses (No more then 25-50% occupancy) with a Mass attendance Sign Up.  All Masses at Holy Angel will continue to be live streamed online plus weekend Masses will also be broadcast live on Mediacom Cable Public Access Channel 7.  

Especially during this time of COVID-19, Holy Angels is blessed to have the outreach ministry of public access television and online streaming. The 5pm Saturday Mass will be broadcast live on local Mediacom Cable Public Access Channel 7. All weekday Masses 6pm M and 8am T,W,F and weekend Masses are also streamed live online. Going to our church website with a computer or cell phone holyangelsmooselake.com you will find the viewer for Live Mass Broadcast.

It is also available directly at video.ibm.com/channel/holy-angels-catholic-church1

 

 

Live Mass Broadcast

All Masses are broadcast live online from Holy Angels Catholic Church in Moose Lake, Minnesota.

Saturday 5pm, Sunday 10:30am, Monday 6pm, Tuesday 8am, Wednesday 8am, Friday 8am

The Saturday 5 pm Mass is also broadcast live on Moose Lake Public Access Television Channel 7.

Find Previously Recorded Masses at this link.

VERY IMPORTANT MASK INFORMATION

As of July 25, 2020, per the Governor's Executive Order 20-81, people in Minnesota are required to wear a face covering in all public indoor spaces and indoor businesses, unless you are alone. 

Does this requirement apply to places of worship?

Yes, places of worship need to follow the provisions laid out in Executive Order 20-81. Places of worship must also prepare and implement COVID-19 Preparedness Plans and follow the guidance found at Stay Safe Guidance for Places of Worship.

Very Important Information for the phases of Public Masses

The Protocols listed by the Diocese of Duluth are linked below. These protocols must be met by each individual Parish before that Parish is allowed to start the phases of having limited public Masses and maintained to be allowed to continue the phases of limited public Masses.

 

Click for the Diocese of Duluth COVID-19 Protocols

Click for Governor Walz Executive Order

Click for CDC Guidelines

 

Items from the Diocese of Duluth COVID-19 Protocols

People should be encouraged to bring their own facemasks and gloves. 

Church Pews and doorways should be sanitized regularly, before and after each Mass.

The faithful should wear masks when coming to Holy Communion but they may not wear gloves. They may use hand sanitizer before receiving Holy Communion. The faithful remove their face coverings as they approach the priest. The faithful receive Holy Communion the normal way. Receiving Holy Communion in the hand is highly encouraged but not required.

If the priest senses his fingers have made contact with a person's hand or mouth, he is to pause, place the ciborium on a corporal, and use hand sanitizer. The priest may repeat this as often as he judges necessary during the distribution of Holy Communion.

 

COVID-19 Update May 23, 2020

 

 

Union in Christ

This week has seen a raft of border closures, flight bans, and declarations of national emergencies as the Covid-19 coronavirus continues to spread around the world.

The Pope recalled that “United to Christ we are never alone, but we form one single Body, of which He is the Head.”

Pope Francis called it “a union that is nourished with prayer, and also with the spiritual communion in the Eucharist, a practice that is highly recommended when it is not possible to receive the Sacrament.”

The Holy Father said he was speaking to everyone, especially those who live alone.

Act of Spiritual Communion

My Jesus,
I believe that You
are present in the Most Holy Sacrament.
I love You above all things,
and I desire to receive You into my soul.
Since I cannot at this moment
receive You sacramentally,
come at least spiritually into my heart.
I embrace You as if You were already there
and unite myself wholly to You.
Never permit me to be separated from You.

Amen.

 

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To follow what Pope Francis is encouraging us to do and be.

To "be a church that finds new roads, that is able to step outside itself" in outreach.

To "heal wounds and to warm the hearts of the faithful"

Fr. Kris McKusky

 

For you hear the words, “The Body of Christ” and respond “Amen.”  Be then a member of the Body of Christ, that your “Amen” may be true.  (St. Augustine, Sermo 272)

   

 

    

The words of St. Augustine remind us of the transforming power of the Eucharist: that we are to become who we have received.  As Catholic-Christians, we are to be Christ’s presence to the world serving God and neighbor.  The Eucharist strengthens and transforms us, giving us the power and energy that we need to go in peace, glorifying the Lord by your lives.

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“Instead of being just a church that welcomes and receives by keeping the doors open, let us try also to be a church that finds new roads, that is able to step outside itself and go to those who do not attend Mass, to those who have quit or are indifferent.”

"I see clearly that the thing the church needs most today is the ability to heal wounds and to warm the hearts of the faithful: it needs nearness, proximity."

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Bishop Muhich ordained for Rapid City Diocese

‘I know he is the right fit for our diocese’

Bishop-elect Michel Mulloy wrote the following for the diocesan newspaper of the Diocese of Rapid City, South Dakota, for the ordination of Bishop Peter Muhich, who came from the Diocese of Duluth.

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Father Michael Schmitz: What can we do when people don’t love us?

I think that my mom loves me, but I don’t know. She clearly loves my sister more than she loves me; they joke around and have a much easier relationship with each other. She seems more annoyed by me, and I just wish she would love me more. It is really painful for me. What can I do?

Father Michael Schmitz

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Betsy Kneepkens: Son’s COVID-modified wedding focused on what matters

Nearly two years ago, my family was out to dinner when my oldest son informed us of his plans to marry. We were all delighted, because his girlfriend is a wonderful person. After dating for over five years, a two-year engagement seemed long to some, but I knew that the discernment process to marry is one of the most serious journeys they may undertake. My son’s fiance was also in graduate school, and the timing seemed right.

Betsy Kneepkens

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Pope Francis Christmas Message

What does that Child, born for us of the Virgin Mary, have to tell us? What is the universal message of Christmas? It is that God is a good Father and we are all brothers and sisters.

 This truth is the basis of the Christian vision of humanity. Without the fraternity that Jesus Christ has bestowed on us, our efforts for a more just world fall short, and even our best plans and projects risk being soulless and empty.

For this reason, my wish for a happy Christmas is a wish for fraternity.

Fraternity among individuals of every nation and culture.

Fraternity among people with different ideas, yet capable of respecting and listening to one another.

Fraternity among persons of different religions. Jesus came to reveal the face of God to all those who seek him.

The face of God has been revealed in a human face. It did not appear in an angel, but in one man, born in a specific time and place. By his incarnation, the Son of God tells us that salvation comes through love, acceptance, respect for this poor humanity of ours, which we all share in a great variety of races, languages, and cultures. Yet all of us are brothers and sisters in humanity!

Our differences, then, are not a detriment or a danger; they are a source of richness. As when an artist is about to make a mosaic: it is better to have tiles of many colours available, rather than just a few!

The experience of families teaches us this: as brothers and sisters, we are all different from each other. We do not always agree, but there is an unbreakable bond uniting us, and the love of our parents helps us to love one another. The same is true for the larger human family, but here, God is our “parent”, the foundation and strength of our fraternity.

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Thanks to all for your prayers and help in preparing the children for their very special day. Congratulations to all the children who have made this important journey. Let us join with them together in celebration.

   Carlos Beckstrand                                         Jordan Bird

   Bryce Blair                                                     Lillian Blair

   Addison Geil                                                  Kyra Granholm

   Gracie Gamst                                                Shannon Granquist

   Evelyn Johnson                                             Owen Johnson

   Jorja Jusczak                                                 Riata Klejeski

   Graceanna Stecyk                                         Joseph Steen

   Hunter VanHeel                                             Maija Zimmer

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Easter Message 2014

Dear Brothers and Sisters,

Christ died and rose once for all, and for everyone, but the power of the Resurrection, this passover from slavery to evil to the freedom of goodness, must be accomplished in every age, in our concrete existence, in our everyday lives. How many deserts, even today, do human beings need to cross! Above all, the desert within, when we have no love for God or neighbor, when we fail to realize that we are guardians of all that the Creator has given us and continues to give us. God's mercy can make even the driest land become a garden, can restore life to dry bones (cf. Ez 37:1-14).

So this is the invitation which I address to everyone: Let us accept the grace of Christ's Resurrection! Let us be renewed by God's mercy, let us be loved by Jesus, let us enable the power of his love to transform our lives too; and let us become agents of this mercy, channels through which God can water the earth, protect all creation and make justice and peace flourish.

And so we ask the risen Jesus, who turns death into life, to change hatred into love, vengeance into forgiveness, war into peace. Yes, Christ is our peace, and through him we implore peace for all the world.

Excerpt from Pope Francis Easter 2014 Homily ~ The Vatican

Easter Sunday 2014

Fr Barron's "Conversion" Series Wednesday Nights 7-8 pm in the Social Hall