St. Joseph - Weekly Bulletin & News 06-23-2020
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Father Tony Kilroy
Father Tony graduated from Duluth Cathedral High School in 1952, attended St. John’s University, entered the Dominican Order and was ordained in 1961 in Dubuque, IA. He served in three different parishes, St. Dominic Parish in New Orleans, LA, St. Albert the Great in Minneapolis and St. Joseph of the Lakes in Lino Lakes. In 1980, he went into full time preaching doing Parish Missions, retreats and Spiritual Direction. He enjoyed attending parish activities and singing in choirs. Father Tony passed away on June 17, we were honored to have him serve our St. Joseph Catholic Community.
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We Invite You!
We invite you to in-person AND Live Online Masses
Website and Facebook*)
Tuesday 5:30pm, Parish Ctr
Wednesday 9:00am*, Parish Ctr
Thursday 9:00am*, Parish Ctr
Sunday 9:00am, Little Church
Sunday 10:00am*, Parish Ctr
Liturgy of the Word Audio Recordings
Precautions for All Masses are to be Followed and Reservations are Required for Sunday Masses (available Sundays at 10:00a)
For more information, visit our website:
Reserve Sunday Mass Parish Center "Tickets"
Liturgy of the Word
The Holy Rosary
Litany in Time of Need
Litany of Trust
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Mass On the Hill!
June 28, 9:00am
Enjoy an outside Mass on the Hill with Father Terry Rassmussen at St. Joseph Historic Little Church in Plymouth. Mass will be weather dependent and cancelled / rescheduled if it is raining. We invite you to bring your own lawn chairs and celebrate Mass outside with St. Joseph Catholic Community!
A sound system and hand sanitizer will available. We continue to safeguard our Catholic community and request that all attendees follow the recommendations set forth on our website, wear masks, and practice 6-foot social distancing.
Reserve your Mass "ticket" next week and please review archdiocese recommendations and safety protocols by visiting
Reserve Mass on the Hill Sunday, June 28 "Tickets"
Miracles Do Happen!
Website of Miracles
The Vatican announced recently the approval of a miracle attributed to the intercession of Venerable Carlo Acutis, an Italian teenager and computer programmer, who died in 2006.
The miracle involved the healing of a Brazilian child suffering from a rare congenital anatomic anomaly of the pancreas in 2013. The Medical Board of the Congregation for Causes of Saints gave a positive opinion of the miracle last November.
With Pope Francis’s approval of the miracle promulgated by the Congregation for the Causes of Saints on February 21, Acutis can now be beatified.
Website of Eucharistic Miracles of the World
Time for Summer
Youth Ministry Fun!
Sundays, 7:00p and 8:00p
We continue to practice large group safety by holding online High School (On-the-Rock) and Middle School (In-Touch) youth get-togethers throughout the summer.
You do not need to be registered at St. Joseph's to participate! Come meet new people and experience a fun-faithful group of great people.
Contact Larry Thomas if you are interested!
St. Joseph's Men's
Let's Play Softball!
The State has lifted restrictions and St. Joe's Blue and Grey teams are ready to hit the bases! Each team consists of 11-13 guys who come together in faith for fun. Email Bob at
if interested. Starts week of July 6.
St. Joseph's Young Adult
Join the Young Adults group (single, married couples in their 20/30's) this summer to read and discuss
The Color of Compromise:
The Truth About the American Church's Complicity in Racism by Jemar Tisby.
Subscribe to the St. Joseph's Flocknote group "Young Adults" or email Lisa Cossette at email@example.com to be added to the invite list.
HELP NEEDED / RESOURCES
Food for the Hungry
These area food programs are open to serving those in need and accepting volunteers.
Robbinsdale Area Schools
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