Tag: covid

Text alerts unite Catholics in prayer for COVID-19 patients who will receive anointing

Text alerts unite Catholics in prayer for COVID-19 patients who will receive anointing

| May 14, 2020 | 0 Comments

Catholics across the archdiocese have been invited to support the team and “those who are suffering most intensely, usually in sterile isolation, as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic,” the archdiocese states on its website.

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Minnesota’s dioceses preparing to resume limited public Masses May 18

Minnesota’s dioceses preparing to resume limited public Masses May 18

| May 1, 2020 | 0 Comments

Under the bishops’ plan, public Masses are expected to resume, under heavy restrictions, May 18 — exactly two months after public Masses were suspended in the archdiocese.

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Stay-at-home focus gives families opportunities to reunite around God

Stay-at-home focus gives families opportunities to reunite around God

| Debbie Musser | April 28, 2020 | 0 Comments

“We don’t feel rushed anymore. We go on walks, and we just talk,” Tanya said. “I’m checking in to make sure the kids are OK, as they are social beings, which can make navigating this situation a challenge.”

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Since students can’t come to them, chaplains connect with high schoolers at home

Since students can’t come to them, chaplains connect with high schoolers at home

| Debbie Musser | April 27, 2020 | 0 Comments

Father Pavlak notes that his biggest challenge has been not seeing the students at school, with their energy, humor and personalities that are complemented by being around one another. “It’s been important for me to stay connected with them as their priest,” he said.

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Archbishop: No public Masses, church gatherings until at least April 9

Archbishop: No public Masses, church gatherings until at least April 9

| March 26, 2020 | 0 Comments

“It is critical for the common good that we do everything we possibly can to minimize the risk to others and to ourselves, which means simply staying home as much as possible,” Archbishop Hebda said.

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