The Church of All Saints

Apostolate 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.

Good Friday – Park ‘n’ Walk

While cleanup of the Parish Center debris should be near completion, it is possible that the parking lot may not be available by Good Friday. Parking on Good Friday may be a little more challenging since the Webster school is in session. The lot at Webster can be utilized outside of school hours. When parking on the street, please be sure not to block the driveways of the local residents. Thank you for your attention and patience in these regards.

Holy Week 2019

PALM SUNDAY, APRIL 14
8:30 AM – Low Mass
10:00 AM – Blessing and Procession of Palms; Solemn High Mass with Passion according to St. Matthew

MONDAY, APRIL 15
12:15 PM – Low Mass
7:30 PM – Solemn High Mass

TUESDAY, APRIL 16
12:15 PM – Low Mass
7:30 PM – Solemn High Mass with Passion according to St. Mark

SPY WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17
12:15 PM – Low Mass
7:30 PM – Solemn High Mass with Passion according to St. Luke
9:30 PM – Tenebrae of Holy Thursday

HOLY THURSDAY, APRIL 18
7:00 PM – Solemn Pontifical Mass (Bishop Cozzens)
Adoration until Midnight
9:30 PM – Tenebrae of Good Friday

GOOD FRIDAY, APRIL 19
1:00 PM – The Good Friday Sermon
1:45 PM – Stations of the Cross with sung Seven Last Words
3:00 PM – Solemn Pontifical Mass of the Presanctified (Bishop Perry)
7:30 PM – Tenebrae of Holy Saturday

HOLY SATURDAY, APRIL 20
3:00 PM – Solemn Pontifical Easter Vigil (Bishop Perry)

EASTER SUNDAY, APRIL 21
8:30 AM – Sung Mass
10:30 AM – Solemn High Mass

Confessions available 30 minutes before all Masses; extended confession times as posted. 

All rites according to the pre-1955 usage.

 

Holy Mass Times

SUNDAY
8:30 AM
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)

 

Stations of the Cross

Stations of the Cross will be conducted throughout Lent on Wednesday mornings at 11:45 (except on Ash Wednesday) and on Friday evenings at 7:00 PM (Benediction will be at 6:45). All are encouraged to attend.

Confessions

SUNDAY
45 minutes before Mass

WEEKDAYS
30 minutes before Mass

Extended times on Holydays, First Fridays, and First Saturdays

Devotions

Divine Office

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

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).

Season of Passiontide

The last two weeks of Lent comprise the season of Passiontide. As the Church directs her attention in earnest to the sufferings of our Lord, in a sense she now goes into mourning. Anything of joyful sentiment is completely subdued: the statues are draped in violet; the psalm Judica me is omitted at the prayers at the foot of the altar; and the Gloria Patri is absent throughout the Mass, indicating the grave offense against the Holy Trinity through the ploys to arrest and crucify our Savior. Passiontide serves as a great opportunity to renew the resolve of our Lenten penances, which sometimes tends to wane as Lent progresses.

The Season of Septuagesima is Upon Us

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.

Stations of the Cross

Stations of the Cross will be conducted throughout Lent on Wednesday mornings at 11:45 (except on Ash Wednesday) and on Friday evenings at 7:00 PM (Benediction will be at 6:45). All are encouraged to attend.

Save the Dates

  • June 23 – Garden Party
  • December 14 – Confirmation with Bishop Cozzens