The Church of All SaintsApostolate of the Priestly Fraternity of Saint Peter | Minneapolis, MN
O almighty and everlasting God, who dost govern all things both in heaven and on earth: mercifully hear the prayers of Thy people, and grant us peace in our time.
Church of All Saints is a Catholic parish served by the Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter with the approval of the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis.
Sacraments are performed in the Extraordinary Form of the Roman Rite, in accordance with the Missal of John XXIII published in 1962, as expressed in the Motu Proprio Summorum Pontificum of Benedict XVI.
Holy Mass Times
10:30 AM (High Mass)
MONDAY - 7:30 PM
TUESDAY– 12:15 PM
WEDNESDAY – 12:15 PM
THURSDAY – 12:15 PM
FRIDAY – 12:15 PM and 7:30 PM
SATURDAY – 9:00 AM
EXPOSITION AND BENEDICTION
Fridays 6:00 to 7:15 PM
First Saturdays at 7:45 to 8:45 AM
HOLY DAYS 12:15 PM, 7:30 PM (High Mass)
45 minutes before Mass
30 minutes before Mass
Extended times on Holydays, First Fridays, and First Saturdays
The Divine Office is sung by the priests during the week. Generally, Compline will follow the evening Masses and Sext may follow the noontime Mass. Texts can be found on divinumofficium.com. Vespers will be maintained on Sundays at 1:30 PM (unless otherwise noted).
Stations of the Cross (Lent)
Fridays of Lent: TBD
1st Fridays during Lent: During Holy Hour
First Friday Devotions
Holy Hour of Reparation from 6:00 – 7:00 PM with Holy Sacrifice of the Mass at 7:30 PM.
First Saturday Devotions
Adoration & Benediction with 15min Silent Meditation following 8:00 AM Mass
Friday, February 22 is the Chair of St. Peter, one of the key feast days for the Fraternity of St. Peter. The 7:30 evening Mass will be a solemn high Mass for the occasion (following exposition and benediction).
- February 24 – Afternoon at Flaherty’s Bowl
- February 24 – Annual Archdiocesan Appeal begins
- March 1/2 – First Friday/First Saturday
- March 6 – Ash Wednesday
- March 13 – Guest Speaker, Dr. Paul Byrne, M.D. will present a talk on end-of-life issues
The Season of Septuagesima Begins February 17
From the Latin meaning “seventy,” Septuagesima Sunday occurs seventy days before Easter and recalls bygone days when the Latin Church began its Lenten fasts from that point. The next three Sundays comprise a transitional period knows and “little Lent.” The vestments on Sundays are violet and the Gloria in excelsis is absent; the joyful Alleluia is entirely suppressed and will not be heard again until the Easter Vigil. It is during this time that we should discern what suitable penances we should undertake during Lent, and we can begin perhaps on a positive note by adding something to our daily practices, such as an additional Mass during the week if possible, or a Rosary said on the drive to work in place of listening to the radio, or ten minutes each day for thoughtful spiritual reading. Such efforts can be helpful in determining what negative penances to undertake once Ash Wednesday comes, along with the prescribed fasting and abstinence, all that, when done with the proper spirit of desiring to love our Lord better, will serve to make the Alleluia of Easter more glorious.
Upcoming Social Events
Pre-Lenten “Super Bowl”, Sunday, February 24 Spare an afternoon at Flaherty’s Bowl in Arden Hills on Sunday, February 24 starting at 2:00 PM! Please bring a chili or hearty soup to share (potluck style) – we’ll have a contest for the best chili and a prize. Home-brewers are invited to showcase their beer. Some entertainment is being planned as well. More details to follow in the coming weeks, but mark the calendar now and plan to attend!
Save the Dates
- April 4 to 7 – Parish Lenten Mission – Fr. John Perricone
- May 12 – First Communion
- June 23 – Garden Party
- December 24 – Confirmation with Bishop Cozzens