- Mass Time: 11:00 a.m.
- Rosary: 10:30 a.m.
- Confessions: After Sunday Mass (~Noon)*
*Note: If an alternate Confession time needed, please contact the Parish Office
Our Photo Dates are - St. Mary: Tuesday, November 14 | St. Charles: Wednesday, November 15
To schedule your photography appointment online, simply click the picture above. Enter mn413 in the Church Code field and enter photos in the Church Password field. Note: Church Code and Password are case sensitive. Follow the prompts to schedule your family's appointment time. The online scheduling option is not available Saturday or Sunday because we will be doing paper sing-ups at church on selected weekends.
Appointments fill up quickly, so schedule as soon as possible to secure your preferred time. You can be photographed at either location!
We all need prayer. Our priest needs prayer too! We are starting a group at our cluster parishes to offer Holy Hours for Father KK. It is a simple structure designed by the Seven Sisters Apostolate. All we need are at least seven women to get this started. Clink the logo above to visit their website and contact the parish office at 218-246-8582 if you are interested!
40 Days for Life
"Never tire of firmly speaking out in defense of life from conception. Christ is with you: BE NOT AFRAID." St. Pope John Paul II.
Precious babies continue to loose their lives in their mothers' wombs, and newly pregnant moms often receive misinformation. Abortions happen weekly in the "WE Building for Women" Abortion Clinic in Duluth. From September 27 - November 5, 2023 you are invited to participate and support 40 Day for Life Prayer Vigil and Fasting to End Abortion. You are needed to give public witness by peacefully praying from 7am-7pm at 32 E First Street, Duluth, MN 55802. Parishes are also strongly encouraged to take on a block of time, each week, for several hours or for half-day. You can sign up for pray hours/blocks at 40daysforlife.com/duluth or contact Kathy Cory-Whitmyer BSN, RN at [email protected] or 218-390-8560. God's innocent little children need our prayers and voices.
Who Was St. Charles Borromeo?
Click the picture above for a video all about Saint Charles Borromeo!
A Prayer attributed to St. Charles:
Almighty God, you have generously made known to man the mysteries of your life through Jesus Christ your Son in the Holy Spirit. Enlighten my mind to know these mysteries which your Church treasures and teaches.
Move my heart to love them and my will to live in accord with them. Give me the ability to teach this Faith to others without pride, without ostentation, and without personal gain.
Let me realize that I am simply your instrument for bringing others to the knowledge of the wonderful things you have done for all your creatures. Help me to be faithful to this task that you have entrusted to me. Amen.
Staff and Contact Info
St. Charles is part of a parish cluster that includes: St Mary in Deer River and St. Joseph in Ball Club.
Fr. Kuriakose Nediakala, MCBS (Fr. KK)
- [email protected]
Liann Bommersbach, Administrative Assistant, Office Hours Tuesday - Friday: 9:00 - 4:00
- Parish Office 218-246-8582
- [email protected]
Mailing Address: C/O St. Mary's PO Box 98, Deer River MN 56636
Parish Office is at St. Mary's in Deer River.
St. Mary's/St Joseph's Website: Here
Diocese of Duluth (MN): Bishop Daniel Felton website
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