Mass at St. James
Saturdays at 5 pm
Sundays at 10:30 am
Hours for confession:
Saturdays 10:00-10:45 am and 4:00-4:40 pm
Office hours are Monday-Thursday 9 am – 5 pm, Friday 9 am – Noon.
Stations of the Cross and Soup Suppers during Lent
Wednesdays at St. James
Soup Supper at 5:00 pm with Stations of the Cross at 6:00 pm
Hallow app Free During Lent
Due to a generous CREED grant, we are able to offer ALL the people in our parishes in the Diocese of Duluth access to the Hallow app for all of Lent! If you’re not familiar with the Hallow app, it is a fantastic resource that allows people to be guided in prayer, learn how to pray, learn more about their faith, and listen to beautiful music all right from their phone! They have so many beautiful meditations, reflections, prayers, and more. Check it out here: Hallow – The #1 Catholic Meditation, Prayer & Sleep App.
To sign up, go to: Holy Day Package – Hallow and register with your parish name. All of our parishes have already been added to the site!
The Little Black Book – Six-minute meditations on the Passion according to Matthew
These books are available at each parish for you to use during Lent.
St. James Vocation Chalice
Here is more information about the Vocations Chalice: Vocations Chalice history
Sign up to host the Vocations Chalice in your home for a week and pray for more vocations to come from St. James.
Pastoral Letter from Bishop Daniel Felton Dec 2022
Capital Thursdays/First Friday Adoration/The Catholic Advocacy Network
Click on the link below to see more information about Catholics at the Capital, mncatholic.org and their events: Capital Thursdays, First Friday Adorations (Adoration at the capital in the Governor’s dining room from 9 am – 4 pm), and The Catholic Advocacy Network.
Scam Alert Notice
Hackers have once again started targeting the public with emails and texts, posing as priests, asking for money or personal information. Please be aware of these phishing (fake) emails. Please contact the parish office if you have any questions or need confirmation that it was sent to you, even if it says it is a secret. Thank you!
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Duluth Diocesan Vocation Prayer:
Almighty Father, we beg You for an increase in religious vocations and holy marriages in our diocese. Help us to be generous in our response to Your call. Choose from our homes those who are needed for Your work and strengthen us with the courage to say “yes” and to follow You. Help us as a diocese, as a parish, as families to encourage and foster vocations to the priesthood, permanent diaconate and consecrated life. We commend our prayers to our patroness, Mary, Queen of the Rosary, and ask this through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.
Bishop Baraga Vocations Apostolate of the Brainerd Deanery Prayer:
Lord, You told us that “The harvest indeed is great but the laborers are few. Pray, therefore, the Lord of the harvest to send laborers into His fields.” We ask You to strengthen us as we follow the vocation to which You have called us. We pray particularly for those called to serve as priests, sisters, brothers, and deacons. Those whom You have called, Those You are calling now, Those You will call in the future. May they be open and responsive to the call of serving Your people. We ask this through Christ, our Lord. Amen.
Single prayer card-Spiritual Comm
Promise to Protect, Pledge to Heal. https://www.dioceseduluth.org/Vict
St. James Bulletin (Please see the LPi section below if you would like to sign up to have the bulletin emailed to your inbox.)