Immaculate Conception

Weekend Mass - Saturday at 5:00 PMImmaculate Conception Church
Confessions - 4:15 PM or by appointment.
Weekday Mass - Thursday at 8:30 AM (1st Thursdays at Villa Vista)

Physical Address: 5944 Highway 210, Cromwell, MN. 55726

Mailing Address: P.O Box 378, Floodwood, MN.  55736

Driving Instructions here.

St. Louis Church, Floodwood

Sunday Mass - 10:30 AMSt.LouisChurch
Confessions -  10:00 AM or by appointment
                       Saturday 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM
Weekday Masses - Tuesday & Wednesday at 8:30 AM

Physical Address: 105 4th Avenue East, Floodwood, MN 55736

Mailing Address: P.O. Box 378 Floodwood, MN 55736

Driving instructions here.

St. Mary's, Meadowlands

Sunday Mass:  8:00 AMSt. Mary's Church
Confessions:  7:30 AM or by appointment
Weekday Mass:  Friday at 8:30 AM followed by Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament and Benediction.

First Saturdays in honor of Our Blessed Mother - 8:30 AM

Physical Address: 9999 Highway 133, Meadowlands, MN 55765

Mailing Address: P.O. Box 378 Floodwood, MN 55736

Driving instructions here.

Ash Wednesday

March 6th is Ash Wednesday and it marks the beginning of the Lenten Season. Every Catholic, except for senior citizens and those who have medical needs, is required to fast (one main meal for the day) and to abstain from eating meat on that day. 

Here is the schedule for the Masses for the distribution of ashes:

    St. Louis, Floodwood - 8:30 AM

    Immaculate Conception, Cromwell - 5:00 PM

    St. Mary's, Meadowlands - 7:30 PM

It is recommended that we receive the ashes during Mass, but if you cannot attend Mass, we will be distributing ashes for the Religious Release children at 11:15 AM and 1:15 PM at the St. Louis church in Floodwood.

Staff

Office Hours

Parish Office in Floodwood MN

Physical Address: 105 4th Avenue East

Mailing Address: P.O. Box 378, Floodwood, MN 55736

Mon-Thur 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM

Phone: 218-476-2367

email: churchstlouis@gmail.com

           pastor@nemncatholic.com

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