Eveleth-Gilbert Catholic Community

 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)

Publications


  • Sun, Oct 13th

  • Sun, Oct 6th
Older Publications

Office Hours (Eveleth Location)

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

Diocese of Duluth

Take some inspiration from St. Padre Pio

Of the many feast days we will celebrate in the month of September, one stands out for me: Sept. 23, the feast of Saint Pius of Pietrelcina, priest. “Padre Pio” was born Francesco Forgione in 1887 in the small town of Pietrelcina, Italy. He died on Sept. 23, 1968, at the age of 81. At the time, I remember reading about his death. He was alive in my lifetime, not always the case with canonized saints.

Bishop Paul Sirba

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Jesus is truly present: Do most Catholics need to go back to second grade?

By Tom Dermody

Guest columnist

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Institute offers free online video series on thought of St. Thomas Aquinas

The Thomistic Institute in Washington has launched "Aquinas 101," a free online video course that instructs interested viewers in the thought of St. Thomas Aquinas.

This is the poster for the upcoming video series "Aquinas 101" being launched by the Washington-based Thomistic Institute. The free online course will made up of about 90 videos on St. Thomas Aquinas and will instruct viewers in the thought of the saint. (CNS photo/courtesy Thomistic Institute)

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Resurrection Church Tour

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St. Joseph Church Tour

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