Immaculate Conception

Weekend Mass - Saturday at 5:00 PMImmaculate Conception Church
Confessions - Half hour before Mass or by appointment.
Weekday Mass - Thursday at 8:30 AM followed by Adoration                                                  

First Thursday - Villa Vista at 8:30 AM

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

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

Driving Instructions here.

St. Louis Church, Floodwood

Weedend Masses

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

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:  Half hour before Mass or by appointment
Weekday Mass:  Friday at 8:30 AM followed by Adoration

First Saturdays Mass in honor of the Blessed Virgin Mary - 8:30 AM

Physical Address: 9999 Highway 133, Meadowlands, MN 55765

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

Driving instructions here.

Pro-Life Movement

January 22 is the anniversary of the passing of that horrific abortion law that caused the death of millions of un-born babies in our country alone through abortion. Every year, at the anniversary of Doe vs Wade, the Pro-Life Movement organize a 'March for Life' in numerous cities in our country. You can read about the Movement and many other articles about the effects of abortion, including testimonies of people who were involved in the industriy and what brought about their conversion here

As Catholics we should all be concerned about life and the preservation of life. We should all be praying for an end to this horrific and heinous sin against life and God. We should be advocates for the millions of the voiceless and powerless human beings in the womb who cannot speak or fight for their own right to live.

I urge you to pray for President Biden and his administration that they be advocates for life and do what every good Catholic should do, defend the dignity and sanctity of every human life at every stage.

Please pray also for the many women who have been led to believe that their bodies are their own and they can choose to do with it what they wish, and that the only way out is abortion. Holy Scripture states clearly that our body is not our own, but a member of the Body of Christ and the temple of the Holy Spirit (I Cor. 6:19), and therefore every Christian must glorify God in their body by preserving the holiness of Christ by respecting their bodies as the temple of God.

If you are on the internet alot, make this website one of your favorites. The content of this website is updated regularly so you can find out more about the Pro-life Movement.

You can access the Pro-Life website by going to www.pro-lifeatricles.org.

Resources for Faith Formation

Growing in our faith requires Knowing our faith. Here are some resources that you can use to learn more about your Catholic faith. Some of these websites offer a great deal of information on matters of the Catholic faith and also suggestions on how to pray in order to better our personal prayer life.

  • FORMED: Our parishes pay for an annual subscription to FORMED. Every parishioner can sign up for a personal account using this parish code - GPTWNB - to access all the programs that they have to offer. We have been using FORMED for RCIA, Marriage Prep, Community Adult Faith Formation (we started both at all three parishes, (but with poor attendance) and some of youth programs. Make use of this subscription. After all we are paying for it. Click the link here to access it now. www.formed.org
  • St. Augustine Institute: Great and more profound insights into a variety of issues and questions that Catholics face today. It is free and you can also buy material online. The site is https://www.augustineinstitute.org/
  • Faith Walk: Another free website is https://www.myfaithwalk.org. It offers great a deal of answers to many of your faith questions and prayer ideas.
  • AMEN: There is now a new application developed by the Saint Augustine Institute called "Amen" that you can install on your mobile devices. It provides meditations for each day and other issues that every person goes through like anxiety, lonliness, etc. It also contains audios for several Catholic prayers like the holy Rosary and the Chaplet of the Divine Mercy so you can pray along. Download it now and use it to help you meditate and pray.
  • Real Pressence Radio: We have a Catholic Radio in our area that is affilliated with EWTN Radio that is a great resource for Catholic teaching and provide Catholic answers to many of the issues that we face today in society. You can tune in to RPR at 88.1 in our Duluth area. The signal may be sometimes weak in the Floodwood and Meadowlands area, but you can still get it on the RPR app on any mobile device.

Staff

Office Hours

Parish Office in Floodwood MN

Physical Address: 105 4th Avenue East, Floodwood MN

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

Mon-Thur 9:00 AM – 2:30 PM

Phone: 218-476-2367

email: churchstlouis@gmail.com  (Office)

           pastorstlouis378@gmail.com  (Pastor)

Our Bulletin

 April 14 2024 bulletin

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Duluth Diocese News

Meet our seminarians: John Paul Narog 

What seminary are you attending and where are you in the formation process?

John Paul Narog

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In our diocesan vocations prayer, alongside vocations to the priesthood, consecrated life, and permanent diaconate, we pray so often at Masses for an increase in “holy marriages in our diocese.” Society is undergoing a crisis of marriage and family. But it’s also true that the sacrament of marriage brings hope to society. 

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Interfaith advocacy for the poor and vulnerable makes an impact in 2023

Inside the Capitol 

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