Eveleth-Gilbert Catholic Community

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Weekend Mass Schedule

Resurrection
     4:00pm Saturday
     8:30am Sunday
St. Joseph
     10:00am Sunday

Confession Schedule

Resurrection
     3:00-3:45pm Saturday
St. Joseph
     9:00-10:00am Saturday
*Anytime by request*

Daily Mass Schedule

Resurrection
     8:00am Tuesday (except 2nd Tuesday of the month)
     8:00am Wednesday (followed by Adoration until 4pm)
St. Joseph
     8:00am Thursday
     8:00am Friday (followed by an hour of Adoration + Benediction)

Office Hours

Monday 9:00-4:30
Tuesday 9:00-4:30
Wednesday 9:00-4:00
Thursday 9:00-4:30
Friday 9:00-12:00

Staff

Publications


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  • Sun, May 19th
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Resurrection Church Tour

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St. Joseph Church Tour

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Diocese of Duluth

Deacon Kyle Eller: Lost in the fire? Notre Dame invites us to consider rebuilding other treasures

Sometimes the coming together of seemingly unrelated events sparks a new insight. In the days after the Cathedral of Notre Dame in Paris burned, I was preparing for a radio interview about something else, a sacred music workshop in Hibbing I’m helping with in early May.

Deacon Kyle Eller

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Betsy Kneepkens: Should the Cathedral of Notre Dame be rebuilt?

I have never been very adventurous, so I haven’t sought out trips to exotic places. I had found my family life and what all that has encompassed exciting enough.

Betsy Kneepkens

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Bishop Paul Sirba: Sacred places, like the burial place of Jesus, make faith come alive

Not quite two years ago, the Holy Land Review published a series of articles on the restoration of the Edicule, or shrine, that encloses the tomb of Jesus within the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem. Since the fourth century, a succession of churches have surrounded this sacred place.

Bishop Paul Sirba

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