St. Charles Borromeo, pray for us.



Wednesday, November 1, 9 a.m.



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Saturday, November 4, 5:30-8 p.m.


St. Charles Catholic Church

Mass Times

Sunday 8:30 a.m.
Monday 6 p.m.
Wednesday 9 a.m.
1st & 3rd Friday 9 a.m.

Confession Times

Sunday 8 a.m.

Monday 5:30 p.m.

Wednesday 8 a.m.

1st & 3rd Friday 8 a.m.


Fr. Steven Daigle, Pastor 218-335-2359

Mary Rients, Secretary 218-760-8911

Reenie Reuter, Bookkeeper 218-335-2359 or 218-246-8583

Barb Goss, Housekeeper

Janice Ellis & Jenny Pemberton, Janitors

Office Hours

Monday 4 -5 p.m.

Wednesday 10 a.m. - 1 p.m.


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Duluth Diocese News

Father Michael Schmitz: When not liking the liturgy leads family to stop going to Mass

Question: My family refuses to go to Mass because there are too many “extras” (like baptisms), too much singing, and too many announcements. Why can’t we have a “low Mass” without all of that stuff? Isn’t the church supposed to adapt and keep up with all the people?

Answer: There are a couple of elements in your question that I would like to address individually.

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Father Richard Kunst: Learn from St. Hubert — don’t skip church to go hunting

If you are an outdoorsman, November is the most wonderful time of the year! Hunting is in the air, and although hunting is an interest of both sexes, I certainly see more wives alone at Mass during this time than I see husbands. Often, women will refer to themselves as hunter’s widows.

Though I was born and raised in northeastern Minnesota, I was never a big hunter. For several years, I would hunt pheasant on my family’s property, but I personally never got into big game like deer or bear. But I sure appreciate hunters, and I have to admit I am attracted to the idea of going hunting more often than I do. (Last time I went, I got a tick with Lyme Disease.)

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Betsy Kneepkens: Hefner death, NFL controversy show that our bodies reflect our souls

I can’t help but get excited when the secular world unwittingly reports beliefs imparted by the Catholic Church and does an exceptional job proving those teachings true.

This past month, two entirely different news stories were widely published, frequently discussed, and commented about on social media: the ongoing story of NFL players who have opted to kneel during the National Anthem and coverage of the death and legacy of Hugh Hefner, the founder of Playboy and a progressive in the area of what has been termed “sexual freedom.”

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