Those are: St. Mary of the Purification in Marystown with St. Mary and St. Mark in Shakopee; St. John the Evangelist and St. Joseph in Hopkins; and Holy Cross, St. Anthony of Padua, St. Clement and St. Hedwig in northeast Minneapolis.
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A vicar for Latino ministry has been appointed, a Latino Ministry Advisory Board is in place, and progress has been made toward establishing Latino centers and a parish leadership training program.
Following a recent appeal by one of the schools involved in plans for a new regional school in the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis, changes to the plan have been made.
After a year of tears and celebrations, planning and action, six parishes in the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis will legally and canonically become three parishes on Sunday, Jan. 1.
Some 50 miles southwest of the See City of St. Paul, a good hour’s drive through picturesque farmland, Catholics are being asked to give up a part of themselves.
St. Michael School in West St. Paul has invited parents and students from St. Matthew in St. Paul to visit what will be their new regional campus next year.
The schools involved are Holy Trinity and St. John Vianney in South St. Paul; St. Joseph and St. Michael in West St. Paul; and St. Matthew in St. Paul.
Strategic Plan puts more focus on collaboration and ‘best practices’ throughout archdiocese
With classrooms opening in just a few weeks, Catholic schools in the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis are getting what in many ways is a fresh start, one principals, pastors and parish administrators called “exciting” and “energizing.”
CATHOLIC SCHOOLS: REINVESTING IN OUR FUTURE
A group charged by Archbishop John Nienstedt to make recommendations to him to help ensure the strength and sustainability of Catholic elementary schools in the archdiocese is on schedule to deliver its report by the June 27 deadline.
For Kate Konkol, the most difficult aspect of St. Andrew in St. Paul closing is her concern for those who have been parishioners for 50 years and more.