6:45 AM and 12:10 PM
In the Chapel
(except Holy Days & Holidays)
6:15 AM and 11:15 AM
4:00 PM to 4:45 PM
are from 7:00am to 3:00pm Monday thru Friday. 651-224-3379
Please consider a gift to The Father Paul Morrissey, S.M. In Memory Of John Nasseff Endowment Fund. Your donation will provide support to all aspects of Saint Louis Church, including preservation and annual operations. Please click HERE for more information.
Have you ever misplaced your church envelopes when it is time to leave for Mass? Consider Electronic Giving. There is no fee associated or minimum amount required to use this method of giving. Funds can be deducted from a savings or checking account and St. Louis receives 100% of your intended donation. It is easy to sign up for and easy to cancel or change. Please call the parish office to learn more about EFT-Electronic Funds Transfer, 651-224-3379.
During this time of the Sunday Mass obligation being temporarily suspended we are so very grateful to our parishioners and friends who have continued to support the parish either through online giving or mailing in their contributions.
As part of the website for St. Louis Church, you can now donate online. Visit our website at https://www.stlouiskingoffrance.org and click on the Dedications/Donations tab. Then follow the instructions for Online Giving, Honorary Bell Ringing, Mass Intentions, Foundation For the Future, Music Sponsorship, and The Endowment Fund.
If you would like to receive a letter with the total amount you have contributed to St. Louis Church during the 2020 calendar year, please send a note to Mark at the parish office. Do this either through the mail, by putting the note in an envelope in any collection baskets, or you may email your request to email@example.com. Thank you!
View previous bulletins on the website in the calendar & events section. The inside featured photos are now in full color – HERE
You can read the financial report for the Church of St. Louis for 2020 HERE
In an effort to stay more connected with our parishioners and friends, St. Louis Church is asking for updated contact information, especially email addresses. Our goal is to use this updated data to more effectively communicate with you regarding schedule changes and pertinent parish news. We will be implementing in the future the option to receive our weekly parish bulletin electronically, which is more efficient and cost-efficient for the parish. Emails will be kept private and secured. Please go to our website stlouiskingoffrance.org and click the orange button on the opening page on the right-hand side that reads “Update My Information” and follow the instructions.
St. Louis Church’s renowned Organ Concerts continue this year on Tuesdays following the 12:10pm Mass.The April 20th recitalist is Nils C. Halker II from St. Clement’s Episcopal Church in St. Paul, Minnesota. For a complete schedule of concert information, go to our website at stlouiskingoffrance.org
There will be a second collection next weekend at all of the Masses for the Father Paul F. Morrissey in Memory of John Nasseff Endowment Fund. As of February 28 we have a balance of $713,779.96 toward our goal of one million. Thank you for your support in helping to sustain the church for years to come.
Father Sajak, Father DesRosiers, Father Hurtuk and Father Roland wish to thank the parishioners and friends of St. Louis church for their generosity for the recent collection for the Marist Fathers. As of this past Tuesday the collection totaled $3,360.00.
Friday, April 23rd – Friday, April 30th. Middle school age students are invited to join speakers including Bishop Andrew Cozzens, Fr. Chad VanHoose and more in the first AYD event designed specifically for this age group.
If you have not made a pledge or donation to the Catholic Services Appeal it is not too late. You may drop any pledge or donation in the Sunday collection r mail it directly to Catholic Services Appeal Foundation at 12805 Highway 55, Suite 210 Plymouth, MN 55441. Any amount is most appreciated. Visit HERE to learn more or GIVECSAF.org to donate today!
Cuppa Joe is a series of 10 talks by 10 theologians on the 10 wonders of Saint Joseph, taking place at 10 locations in our archdiocese entrusted to the patronage of our spiritual father. These talks will premiere on the first Tuesday of the month, March – December, at 4:00pm – just in time for your afternoon coffee. Talks will be posted on Facebook, YouTube, and Instagram – HERE.
From Archbishop Bernard A. Hebda: “It is with great easter joy and gratitude to Pope Francis that I congratulate Bishop-elect Daniel Felton on his appointment as the next bishop of the Diocese of Duluth. I very much look forward to collaborating with him as he joins the bishops of our state in providing pastoral leadership. I have long admired from afar his ministry and service in the Diocese of Green Bay. I am delighted he will be bringing his rich experience and gifts to the people of Northeastern Minnesota. In this Year of Saint Joseph, please join me in seeking Saint Joseph’s intercession for Bishop-elect Felton, as well as for the faithful of the Dioceses of Duluth and Green Bay in this time of transition.”
Dearest Parishioners of st. Louis, King of France,
May the Easter joy and peace that the Lord gives be with you all. I am so blessed to be part of such a wonderful parish community. I wanted to take this time to thank you all for your generous support of my fundraiser for the Institute of Priestly Formation. With your help, I was able to reach my goal. I will be down in Omaha receiving intensive spiritual formation for eight weeks this summer. It will be a beautiful time growing closer to God through classes and spiritual direction. Be assured that I will be praying special for you all every day. Please remember me in your prayers as well so I can continue to conform myself to the Sacred Heart of Jesus. —- Verso l′alto, Frankie Floeder
Did you know the time you spend driving in your car can be an opportunity to grow in faith, to be renewed in hope and to be reminded of God’s love for you and for the world? Simply tune your dial to 1330 AM, where you will hear engaging and dynamic Catholic programming on Relevant Radio®. You can also download the free Relevant Radio mobile app and take your faith with you wherever you go! Fuel your drive with spiritual nourishment this spring.
Requests for Masses and Bells 2021 have resumed. Envelopes for your requests are located in the vestibule of the church. They can be dropped in any collection basket or mailed to the parish office. Please write clearly. We will do our best to honor your requested date, but sometimes we are unable to honor specific dates. Thank you for your understanding.
The police recommend that when you are confronted by a person asking you for money, a very good response is to immediately say “no” and to keep moving. If the person persists, repeat your response of “no” but briefly communicate to them that you will make a contribution to help support the work of Catholic Charities or the Union Gospel Mission or the Naomi Center and will pray for them. Individuals in need should be referred to these places. Finally if you feel threatened in any way and you are carrying your cell phone, call 911 and report the incident. At no time should you ever reach into your wallet or purse.
Be in-the-know with news from your Catholic Community and the Church around the world. Get the Catholic Spirit, the award-winning newspaper of the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis, in your home. Free subscriptions for parishioners are available via each parish. Contact your parish office to be added to the mailing list. Or purchase an annual subscription for yourself or a friend at TheCatholicSpirit.com. Just $20.20 through the end of the year. Questions or story ideas? Contact us at CatholicSpirit@archspm.org.
The Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) recognizes that residents of long-term care have spiritual and emotional needs, not just physical. Even if there is a case of COVID-19 and abide by stringent safety requirements. The patient or the patient’s advocate, however, must request the visit. If a facility will not allow such access, you may wish to contact the Minnesota ombudsman’s office, (651) 431-2553. It has doubled its staff and is available to help advocate.
Adults who would like to become Catholic or Catholic Adults who have never been confirmed may become part of the RCIA Program (Rite of Christian Initiation of Adult). Interested candidates may contact the parish office and Fr. Roland will contact you for an interview. The telephone number of the rectory is 651-224-3379 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The policy of our parish is that we are unable to honor individual requests for financial or any other kind of help. The parish does support both the Union Gospel Mission (literally around the corner on Minnesota and 9 St.) and Dorothy Day House (three blocks west, near Assumption Church). Persons in need should seek assistance from those organizations. Please do not give any money to someone asking. If you are approached either outside or inside the church, please report the incident to the parish office at 651-224-3379 or email at email@example.com
When the Anointing Corps was created, the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis added an option for people to receive text notifications so they could pray when a priest was dispatched for a COVID-19-related anointing. To sign up to receive the texts, text “archspm-anointing” to 55321. Learn more HERE.
We welcome all new parishioners into our parish family. To register, please call the parish office at 651-224-3379.
Ample free and dry parking is available for weekend Masses throughout the year in the Elmer Andersen Human Services Building just across Tenth Street.
The City of St. Paul has changed Tenth Street into a one-way street beginning at Jackson Street and going west to Cedar. There will be designated bike lanes on the south side of 10th street as well. Therefore any parking that was allowed on the south side of 10th street will no longer exist. Please consider parking free in the Elmer Anderson ramp across from the church. The entrance is just off Minnesota and Tenth Streets and is a very short walk to the church. The fire department has also graciously allowed parking beginning at 9:00am daily on the north-side of 10th street. Please do not park in this area before 9:00am as the fire department has pick up and drop offs of personnel from 6:00am to 9:00am daily.
As of August 29, the Minnesota Department of Health is now allowing health care facilities that have not have an active case of COVID-19 in the past 28 days to transition to “Phase II,” allowing even non-essential personnel to visit. Some facilities are now permitting Holy Communion and pastoral care on a more regular basis. As Catholics, we know that these soul-enriching efforts are important for our well-being. If you have a loved one in a health-care facility, you may wish to call the facility to ask if they have entered Phase II and, if so, what steps you might be able to take so your loved one can receive the sacraments and other pastoral care. Please always observe each facility’s own particular hygienic requirements.
Please pray for all of our Catholic brothers and sisters who have been isolated or away from the sacraments. May we all, through Christ, be instrumental in our collective physical and spiritual healing. Archdiocese of Saint Paul and Minneapolis T: 651-251-7709| M: 952-201-1824 | F: 651-291-4457
we have many items in our lost and found, some from last winter. If you may have lost an item, St. Anthony could be beckoning you to check our lost and found in the sacristy. Please stop by after Mass.
Health care workers: Catholic faithful throughout the archdiocese are dedicated to praying for you! Visit HERE to submit a prayer request. On this page, you may also sign up for a weekly email, watch encouraging videos, and find resources for support. Want to join in praying for health care workers? Commit to daily prayer for health care workers by texting archspm-healthcare to 55321 or signing up HERE. You will receive a weekly message with a link to names of health care workers to keep in your prayers.
Go to http://www.masstimes.org when traveling type in the location to which you are traveling. It will list Catholic churches, Mass times, and directions to the church.
As the Coronavirus will be keeping you away from weekend Masses, please remember that we depend upon your weekly contribution to sustain our operations and maintain our facilities. You can easily continue your financial support for our Parish even if you cannot be here physically – either by mail or contributing electronically using our website, Please mail to the office at St. Louis Church, 506 Cedar Street, St. Paul 55101. Thank you!
During this time that Mass is suspended, the faithful are asked to find a Mass on TV, the radio or online and make a Spiritual Communion. Where that is not an option, it would be appropriate to pray the Liturgy of the Hours (to download the Liturgy of the hours on your iPhone or Android phone download the app from HERE) or the Rosary. For ways to watch or listen to Mass, visit https://www.archspm.org/locations
Relevant Radio 1330am: Weekdays and Sundays at Noon, and Sundays at 9:00am.
St. Agnes, St. Paul. Mass live-streamed on Facebook, daily at 6:30am.
Most Masses can be seen on-demand after they air!
Let us all keep one another in our hearts as we pray the
Lord and His Mother to deliver us quickly from the scourge of this virus, to preserve each of us from illness and to heal all who are infected. Mary, Health of the Sick, pray for us. St. Peter Chanel, pray for us. Venerable Jean-Claude Colin, Founder of the Marists, pray for us.
Part of the time we spend before and after Mass, can be for some of us, greeting friends and acquaintances. We should never forget that we are in the House of God and that numerous people come to pray quietly before and after Mass and in some cases both. Let’s do our best to keep our voices always to a whisper remembering we are in the holy presence of God.
We are looking for altar servers for all of the weekend Masses. Training is available and we ask that you be in at least 3rd grade or higher. Please contact the parish office if you are interested. If you are in the third grade or higher. (651) 224-3379
We are looking for a few more eucharistic Ministers to help out at the weekend Masses. Training is available and being a reader at Mass is not required. Please contact Cindy Schweiger at 612-834-0049 or email Cindy at firstname.lastname@example.org
If you or someone you know is in need of prayers, please call or email the parish office and we will add their names to our list of intentions: email@example.com or call 651-224-3379.
Those who are interested in ushering for a Mass, please see the ushers in the back of the Church at least 15 minutes before the start of Mass. You may also contact Brendan Cohen at (651)336-4640. Appropriate dress is encouraged.
Adoration extends its influence far beyond the individual adorers, touching their homes and families and reaching out to the parish community and beyond. (Pope Paul VI)
St. Louis offers Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament at 11 am, immediately before the 12:10 pm Wednesday Mass.
In an effort to avoid costly citations, please remember the disability/accessible stalls throughout the entire ramp are enforced 24 hours a day/7 days a week. Additionally, stalls that have a sign indicating “FMD Parking” are also enforced 24/7. You are welcomed to use the non-accessible spaces in the Andersen Parking Ramp for weekend Masses at St. Louis Church. Thank you.
If you have changed your address, telephone number or email address, or you wish to receive or discontinue contribution envelopes, please call the parish office to update your records and preferences at 651-224-3379. Note that if you’ve been a member for a few years we may not have an email address on file for you yet.
You can set up weekly donations, mass and bell sponsorship, music program sponsorship, or donate to our Foundation for the Future campaign through the Online Giving section of our website. Thank you for supporting St. Louis Church!