The Church of All Saints

Apostolate of the Priestly Fraternity of Saint Peter | Minneapolis, MN

Sunday Social after all Masses in the top floor of the Parish Center. All are welcome!

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.

Mass Times (Latin)

SUNDAY
7:30 AM (Low)
9:00 AM (Low with Hymns)
10:30 AM (High with Choir*)

MONDAY 7:30 PM
TUESDAY 12:15 PM
WEDNESDAY 12:15 PM
THURSDAY 12:15 PM
FRIDAY 12:15 PM
SATURDAY 8:00 AM

HOLY DAYS & FIRST FRIDAYS 6:30 AM

Confessions

SUNDAY
7:00 – 7:20 AM
8:30 – 8:50 AM
10:00 – 10:20 AM

MONDAY 7:00 – 7:20 PM
TUESDAY 11:30 AM – noon
WEDNESDAY 11:30 AM – noon
THURSDAY 11:30 AM – noon
FRIDAY 11:30 AM – noon
SATURDAY 9:00 AM – 10:00 AM

We do our best to follow these confession times, but at times we will not be able to be in the confessional at these times.

Devotions

Divine Office

SUNDAY Vespers 1:30 PM
MONDAY Compline after Mass
WEDNESDAY Prime 8:30 AM; Sext noon; Vespers 5:00 PM
THURSDAY Sext after Mass; Vespers 5:00 PM
FRIDAY Vespers 5:00 PM
SATURDAY Sext noon; Vespers 5:00 PM
SUNDAY Vespers 1:30 PM

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

Feast Day: Exaltation of the Holy Cross, Friday September 14

Upcoming Events

For more information about events, learning, and volunteer opportunities, remember to follow us on facebook, visit our news page, or get the latest bulletin (PDF). 

Sunday Social After All Masses

Donuts and Coffee after all Masses in the top floor of the Parish Center. Visitors are always welcome!

Parking Alert

There will be utility work on 4th Street starting mid May through fall 2018. Street parking may be limited. Parking is available in the Webster School parking lot on SUNDAYS.

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.

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Monica had instilled into the heart of her son Augustine (353-430) the truths of Christian belief, but the young man fell into bad company and was drawn to heresy. At Milan he met the great bishop Ambrose, who guided his way back into the true Faith. Augustine then returned to North Africa, his birthplace, was ordained to the priesthood, and was consecrated bishop and placed over the see of Hippo at the age of 41. He became the author of enduring Christian classics, and wrote a rule of religious life that strongly influenced the development of Western spirituality. The numerous heresies of his time had in St. Augustine an untiring foe.
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Bishop and Doctor of the Church

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Monica had instilled into the heart of her son Augustine (353-430) the truths of Christian belief, but the young man fell into bad company and was drawn to heresy. At Milan he met the great bishop Ambrose, who guided his way back into the true Faith. Augustine then returned to North Africa, his birthplace, was ordained to the priesthood, and was consecrated bishop and placed over the see of Hippo at the age of 41. He became the author of enduring Christian classics, and wrote a rule of religious life that strongly influenced the development of Western spirituality. The numerous heresies of his time had in St. Augustine an untiring foe.

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King and Confessor

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King Louis IX of France (1215-70) is acknowledged the ideal Christian monarch. Not only was his private life marked by a spirit of contemplation and asceticism overflowing in Christ-like charity toward all men, from fellow kings to the lowest of his subjects; he also gave his country a rule of unprecedented peace, justice, and material and spiritual prosperity. He fostered the flowering of Gothic architecture, developed the University of Paris. So great was his apostolic zeal that when he joined the Crusades he personally prepared Saracen converts for baptism and sent their children to France for a Catholic education. In a message to the Sultan of Tunis he wrote: I desire so strongly the salvation of your soul that to secure it I would gladly spend the rest of my life in a Saracen prison. . . . He died of plague at Tunis during his second campaign to save the Holy Land.

 

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