Saturday, January 1, 2011

Latin Masses Approved by the Archdiocese of St. Paul


“What earlier generations held as
sacred, remains sacred and great
for us too, and it cannot be all of a
sudden entirely forbidden or even
considered harmful.”
~ Pope Benedict XVI

Traditional Latin Mass in Metro Area

Here is where you can assist at the Ancient Use of the
Mass (1962 Missal) within the Archdiocese of St. Paul
& Minneapolis at local Catholic Parishes in Communion
with Archbishop John C. Niensted; Pope Benedict XVI:

Sacred Heart in Robbinsdale
Sunday 11:30 AM—Low Mass, Occasional High Mass
4087 West Broadway, Robbinsdale, MN 55422
Saint Joseph in Miesville
Sunday 8:00 AM—Low Mass
23955 Nicolai Ave., Hastings, MN 55033

Saint Augustine in South Saint Paul
Sunday 11:30 AM—Low Mass, Occasional High Mass
Tuesday & Thursday - 5:15 PM—Low Mass
1st Friday 7:30 PM—High Mass
408 Third Ave. N., South Saint Paul, MN 55075

Saint Agnes in Saint Paul
1st, 3rd, 5th Sunday 10:00 AM—High Mass
548 Lafond Ave., Saint Paul, MN 55103

Holy Trinity in South Saint Paul
Monday & Wednesday 5:15 PM—Low Mass
749 Sixth Avenue S., South Saint Paul, MN 55075

Immaculate Heart of Mary South St. Paul 
Masses Sunday 730am, 10am; Saturday 8am;
Monday at IHM School and sometimes
during the week.
875 Manomin Ave 
Saint Paul , MN 55107 


Unknown said...

St. Joseph, Miesville, Dakota County: 8:00 a.m. Sundays, celebrated by Fr. Robert Altier

South of Hastings on US 61 as it heads towards Red Wing

Matthew said...

I go to IHM in South St. Paul. It is magnificent. I welcome all to come and worship the Lord with us there.

gsmisek said...

Recent updates for an old thread:

St. Thomas the Apostle, Corcoran, Mn. First Saturdays, 8:00 a.m. high Mass. (Just completed a year of such Masses.)

All Saints, in the northeast Minneapolis, was just given to FSSP. They plan to have a 7:30 low Mass and a 10:30 high Mass.

For clarification, the IHM Masses are celebrated by SSPX priests.

Anonymous said...

I believe IHM in South St. Paul is that of the Society of St. Pius X, thus, not affiliated with the diocese. Is that correct?

Charles said...

Yup. That's a very important point that probably should have been pointed out above. No need to attend illicit Masses when other options are available.

cwhiatt said...

You must have missed the memo.

Tancred said...

I find EWTN more problematic than the SSPX.