As a parish, we are committed to working together to make Jesus Christ known, loved and served in our families, throughout the Hibbing community and in the world. We are also committed to live as the Lord taught, drawing inspiration from the scriptures and strength from the sacraments, especially the Eucharist. Our parish strives to nurture spiritual growth, share the gifts God has given us, and invite others into a relationship with Christ.
We are One Body, One Spirit in Christ.
- Father Daniel Weiske, Pastor
- Father Trevor Peterson, Associate Pastor
- Susie Marchetti, Business Manager
- Jessica Koland, Parish Secretary
- Mary Wanhala, Outreach Ministries
- Josh Wopata, Director Faith Formation
- Ben Milani, Coordinator of Faith Formation
- Deacon Grant and Deb Toma, Family Faith Formation
- Jennifer Steinbrecher, Faith Formation
- Sue Schwartz, Liturgy/Eucharistic Adoration Coordinator
- Lorri Frankson, Funeral Luncheon Coordinator
+ SATURDAY: 4:15 pm
+ SUNDAY: 8:00 am * 10am
Side Lake Chapel Mass at 10am (through Labor Day)
+ WEEKDAYS: Mon., Tues., Thurs., Fri. 8:00 am
Wed., 9:00am (Assumption School Mass)
+ MASS IN LATIN 1st SATURDAY(each month) and all Saturdays during Lent: 8:00 am
Mass Schedule Change ~ Week of Oct. 4th
Fr. Daniel and Fr. Trevor will be at the Clergy conference the week of Oct. 4th, so there will be no public Mass Tues., Wed. & Thurs. of that week. Intentions scheduled for those Masses will be fulfilled privately by our Priests. The School Mass will move to Mon., Oct. 4th at 9am.
Fr. Daniel's bulletin article for The 26th Sunday in Ordinary Time
Please click HERE to read Fr. Daniel's bulletin article for The 26th Sunday in Ordinary Time.
Our Lady of the Rosary Procession and Mass - October 7th
Celebrate the Feast of Our Lady of the Rosary, Patroness of our Diocese, Thursday October 7th. We will begin with a Rosary procession around the perimeter of the Church property at 5pm and will offer the Mass at 5:30pm. This feast was given to the Church to honor Mary's role in the victory of the Battle of Lapanto. As Mary aided the Christians of that time, we ask her for her assistance for the needs of our day.
Counting OUR Blessings...AGAIN Fall Calendar Raffle
Counting OUR Blessings...AGAIN Fall Calendar Raffle! In place of our Fall Festival, we are excited to offer our Parish and School Community the opportunity to Count OUR Blessings...AGAIN this year with a November Calendar Raffle! Each ticket is $20.00, which gives you over 30 chances to win, with $7,596.00 awarded throughout the month. Tickets are on sale through Tues., Oct. 26th. The drawing will take place Fri. Oct. 29th, with cash prizes going out each week in November. Recently, a letter explaining the raffle, along with the opportunity to mail in a request for tickets was sent to all Parishioners. You may also purchase tickets at the Parish Office or through a School Family. We are TRULY BLESSED!
Our 8am & 10am Sunday Masses, along with other Parish Events are available on Livestream. Please click the link to view Livestream Masses and events at our Parish.
Mass obligation reinstated July 1st
In coordination with the other dioceses in Minnesota, Bishop Daniel Felton is reinstating the Sunday Mass obligation effective July 1st. Please click HERE to read the full article from Bishop Daniel Felton.
Statement from Bishop Felton on Vaccine Mandates
Please click HERE to view the Statement from Bishop Felton on Vaccine Mandates.
40 Days for Life
40 Days for Life will begin September 22nd and run through October 31st in Duluth. You can support this effort to end legalized abortion in three concrete ways. First by prayer and fasting. Prayer should always precede any of our endeavors, offering the sacrifice of fasting makes our prayers more efficacious. We can all pray. If we can't fast from food, there are many things in our daily living we can fast from for a period to offer with our prayers. The second way to assist is to be present at the site in Duluth, in the public right-of-way, where abortions are actually taking place. Your prayerful witness in the community speaks volumes, even without saying a word, to affirm dignity of all human life. A third way is to pass the information on to friends, relatives and neighbors to encourage them to get involved. You can sign-up to take a vigil hour by going to the 40 Days for Life website or calling the Duluth coordinator, Paulette Moreland. 1-218-348-1345.
CHURCH HOURS: The Church will be open for prayer each week as follows: Sunday 7:30am until the conclusion of 10am Mass; Mon., Tues., & Wed. 7:30am-4pm; Thurs. 7:30am-7pm; Fri. 7:30am-1:00pm; Saturday 8am-5pm.
SCAM ALERT! Hackers have recently started targeting the public with emails, posing as priests, asking for money or personal information. Please be aware of these phishing (fake) emails. If you receive one, please contact the Parish Office 262-5541 to confirm it was sent from Fr. Daniel or Fr. Trevor, even if it says it is a secret. Thank you!
|Collected as of 08/31/2021||$47,658.70|
|Needed by 12/31/2021||$63,510.52|
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Eucharistic Adoration is available in the Adoration Chapel each Thursday from 8:30am-7:00pm (NEW ADORATION HOURS).
Confessions are available Thursday at 12:00pm; Saturday at 10:00am and 3:00pm.
Please click here to learn more about Safe Environment through our Diocese of Duluth website: Diocese of Duluth Safe Environment.
An update on the Immaculate Conception Closure
Update as of November 2nd, 2020:
Update on Immaculate Conception Rectory: After four months on the market, we closed on the sale of the rectory, receiving our original asking price. The statue of the Blessed Mother from the south lawn will remain there until the Spring of 2021. At that time, she will be moved over to Blessed Sacrament. Please offer prayers for the new owner, that she may enjoy the house as much as our Parish did. We also ask for continued prayers as we discern the next steps to take with the church building.
Update as of September 19th, 2020:
Please click here to read the decree provided by Fr. James Bissonnette in regards to the reduction of the Immaculate Conception Church.: Decree provided by Fr. James Bissonnette in regards to Immaculate Conception.
Update as of July 28th, 2020:
The rectory has been on the market for roughly a month. In that time, we have had one offer that fell through. Please pray the right buyer comes along to purchase the property. With the potential for a sale, the rectory was readied to be emptied and items moved over to the Blessed Sacrament Rectory. We patiently await the installation of our new Bishop to be able to proceed with the status reduction of the church.
Here is an update of the Immaculate Conception since the closing on December 8th:
- A Letter of Reduction has been submitted to the Diocese to reduce the status of the church from sacred to profane—meaning it can be used as a secular space. This reduction gives us the ability to make decisions on how to proceed with the church building. No formal response has been received.
- Requests have been sent to local appraisers and realtors for bids on appraising the property, as well as, requesting formal presentations of how they would suggest marketing the two properties should we decide to sell.
- Kitchen items have been inventoried and categorized by: keep for use, sell, or broken and thrown out.
- Items from the church and sanctuary have been earmarked for the Side Lake Chapel.
- All sacramental items have been brought over to Blessed Sacrament for safe keeping and to be used with Sunday liturgies.
As more developments happen, we will keep you informed.
If you have been on or driven by the church campus in recent weeks, you may have noticed work being done on the rectory. We have contracted with Jerome Stanoch of Building Restoration Services to remove the chimney and repair damage done to the roof and exterior walls from years of water infiltration. Bricks on the north wall have been removed and replaced, and the column on the balcony on the east side above the patio has been demolished and rebuilt. It, too, had sustained much damage due to water infiltration. The old gutters will be replaced with large new gutters capable of shedding large amounts of water away from the building.
Once the rectory work is complete, Jerome will move to work on stabilizing and securing the guttering system on Blessed Sacrament Church. His work here should help prevent future ice damming on the roof.
This is not the first time Jerome has worked on Blessed Sacrament. He spent the summer of 2015 restoring, cleaning, and tuck pointing our bell tower. We thank God for his talents and expertise!