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Recent Parish Events


THE COURIER: In light of the Diocese’s current suspension of public Masses due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and the fact that a majority of readers receive their copy of The Courier when attending Mass at their parish, the decision has been made to suspend physical publication of our diocesan newspaper until such time as parishioners […]

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Weekly Blog Items for Week of March 22

Throughout this blog, the parish website and Facebook page will be mentioned. For those of you looking for the website, it is rescathroch.org. To reach the Facebook page, https://www.facebook.com/ChurchoftheResurrectionRochesterMN – To help people stay in touch with the parish, the weekend Mass will be recorded and placed on our website and Facebook page for people […]

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Operation Hometown Gratitude

What do Resurrection parishioners do when it snows? Pack boxes for Operation Hometown Gratitude. Over 70 people particpiated in assmbling 101 care packages for deployed service men and women. Thank you all for helping!

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Parish Bon Fire

The Parish Bonfire was an amazing success. Thank you to those who were able to attend. Save the date for our next Bonfire: 8/23/19

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Stations of the Cross for Families

Fusion and Children’s Ministry sponsored a wonderful Lenten opportunity: Stations of the Cross for Families on Friday, March 8th. Parishioners of all ages came together to share in the story of Jesus carrying his cross. This youth-led evening helped all participants to be present with the Lord by reflecting on his journey to the Cross. […]

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Everything you need for a more spiritual Lent

Your Guide to a Catholic Lent: Everything you need for a more spiritual Lent,” from Simply Catholic (a ministry of Our Sunday Visitor). “A one stop Lenten shop.”  Read about Fasting and Abstinence: More than Laws of the Church; What Almsgiving Really Means; Ideas about Celebrating Lent and Easter at Home; Laetare Sunday; What Palm […]

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Lenten & Easter Schedule

Communal Reconciliation – March 21st Thursday, at 6:30 pm **( At St. Francis ) Holy Thursday – April 18th Mass of the Lord’s Supper – 7:00 pm Adoration/Night Prayer – until 10 pm Good Friday – April 19th Celebration of the Lord’s Passion – 3:00 pm Holy Saturday – April 20th Easter Vigil – 8:30 pm […]

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St. Vincent de Paul – Thanks to you

Thanks to you … We made 200 home visits this year, which translates to 415 friends in need helped We distributed nearly $54,000 to help these friends with food, shelter, and utilities “For it is in giving that we receive.”-St. Francis of Assisi

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Food for Friends

  Food for Friends Update: For the month of January we will be collecting pasta and pasta sauces (no glass). The donations of all foods have been very appreciative. Once we collect the pasta and sauces, we let the students shop and add the extra items to their food bags from Channel One. Franklin now […]

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Operation One More

  Operation One More A number of our families recently received a bag of groceries, turkey, bread, fruit, and milk to use over the holidays. Families signed up to receive the food. Many thanks goes to Stephanie Collura for organizing this large project. Very well done! We served about 50 families, and hope this project […]

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Alan Ames International Healing Ministry

Listen to Alan Ames talk at Resurrection Recorded at Church of the Resurrection June 26th, 2018 International Healing Ministry “The love of God can transform us beyond our imagination.” Join Alan Ames as he shares his heart about how grace turned him from an alcoholic to a carrier of God’s healing power.

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Weekly Words from The Rock

Questions Last weekend, I posed some questions from the life of Father Schuster. Here are the answers. Question: During the course of a year, the pastor is the celebrant at many funerals. In celebrating a funeral, what is the one symbol which is not used? Paschal/Easter Candle Incense Oils Pall Aspergillum (Used in sprinkling Holy […]

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