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35 Birch Street East, P.O. Box 126, Annandale, MN 55302 • (320) 274-8828

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ST. IGNATIUS CEMETERY            The transcription records is now online. They can be found by clicking on link St. Ignatius Cemetery

Our Sister Parish
St. Vincent’s Ferrer new church in Pacuan,Philippines

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Click below for Pope Francis twitter page, especially as he makes the Catholic Social teachings practical for our daily lives.

Vision of St. Ignatius Parish 

St. Ignatius parish is a joyful, spirit-filled community of faithful believers, unified by one baptism, rooted to one identity in the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit.  We are a faith community possessing an ever unfolding spirituality centered in the Eucharist and a prayers' life inclusive of many expressions of faith.  Under the guidance of our Blessed Mother Mary and St. Joseph, we are a journeying community sharing in the mission of Christ to establish God's kingdom of justice, peace and love committed to a loving and faithful service to our families and compassion for the poor.

~ Children of Negros ~

Click: 2013 Visit to St. Ignatius

2014 Festival was a success, despite the rain!

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Click on pict (above) to see Youth Spirit newsletter.

MASS SCHEDULE
Weekend: 
Saturday: Mass of Convenience: 5:00 p.m.
Sunday: 8:30 & 10:30 a.m.
Daily Mass:
Tuesday-Friday: 8:00 a.m.

Reconciliation:
1/2 hour prior to the Saturday Mass of Convenience

LIBRARY
Saturday & Sunday before & after weekend masses.
Educate yourself on what is happening in Washington and elsewhere in the world on important life issues. FREE copies of Celebrate Life are available in the library.

“Jesus cried out in a loud voice, ‘Father, into your hands I commend my spirit;’ and when he had said this he breathed his last.”

Luke 23:46

 

 

WELCOME!  This church is our Heavenly Father’s house, a place of solace and grace; so feel at home here. Enter reverently, pray quietly, sing joyfully, listen attentively, give cheerfully and come back gladly. If you are new to our community; Welcome! If you are visiting, please remain a few minutes after Mass and get acquainted. We are a welcoming community. To know more about us please call 320-274-8828. Web site: www.stignatiusmn.com

You are invited to consider a SPIRITUAL PILGRIMAGE
This summer, between the end of July and mid-August, St. Ignatius is sending a team of parishioners to Pacuan, Philippines.  A pilgrimage to be with members of our sister parish. Each person who travels is receiving an invitation to know God more fully through this opportunity.  Please contact us asap.

Click here for more info: Pilgrimage Invitation

Rest in Peace

John H. “Jack” Geyen

Patrice J. McAlpine

Donna Kaz

Marie L Tauer

Please click here for service times and obituary

HOLY WEEK
Holy Thursday  7 p.m.

Good Friday: 3 p.m. & 7 p.m.

Easter Vigil: 7 p.m.

Easter Sunday: 8:30 a.m. & 10:30 p.m.

Pray for...     

Marlys Woelfel, Ann Davis, Pearl Bissonnette, Bayley Blomster, Larry Oberg, Elaine Manke,
Kathleen Braun, Joseph Niznik, Ed Kaz, Rick Harvey, Evelyn Yanish, Marlene Foudray, Lynnea Stay, Dillon Borowicz, Brian Ferguson, Katelyn Buscher, Roseann Maus, Sally Hartneck,
Tom & Kay Klingelhutz, Crew Rothstein, Ron Gasser Jan Braun Strey
Marita Marshik Sherry Johnson

Place prayer request, please call the secretary: 274-8828 ext. 21

Guidelines to distinguish between forgetfulness and something more serious

Please click below to see important health information  from our Parish Nurse.

HEALTHFUL HINTS

Divine Mercy Devotion
On Good Friday we begin to recite a Novena for nine (9) days, praying the Divine Mercy Chaplet to prepare for Divine Mercy Sunday, April 12.
Jesus revealed God’s great mercy to Sr. Faustina, a young uneducated Polish nun. His message is a reminder of what has been taught through scripture and tradition, that God is merciful and forgiving and that we should also show mercy and forgiveness. This devotion will lead us to a deeper understanding and appreciation that God’s love for us is unlimited and available to everyone – especially the greatest sinners. God wants us to realize that His mercy is greater than our sins, and with trust we can call upon Him, receive His mercy and allow it to flow through us to others. This is the message we call to mind in this devotion.
On the second Sunday of Easter we shall celebrate “Mercy Sunday”.

GOOD FRIDAY ECUMENICAL PRAYER
This year St. Ignatius will host the all city Good Friday prayer, Friday April 3, 12 noon to 12: 45 or so. Help is needed to plan this prayer and host it on Good Friday. We will choose readings, songs, any other expressions that will make it a meaning commemoration of what Jesus’ death means to us today. More details will follow. Sister Carol 274-3512.

Click on image at left for coloring page of Divine Mercy

UPCOMING EVENTS
Men's Bible Study
Mondays, 6:30 p.m

Wed. Bible Study
Following 8 a.m. Mass

YM 11th & 12th Gr Bible Study
Wed. April 1, 6:30 pm

YM Lifeline @ Net Ministries
Sat. April 11

YM Resurrection Party
Sun. April 12, 6 p.m.

Rediscover Book Club
Sun. April 12, 7 p.m.

Cemetery Mtg.
Tues. April 14, 7 p.m.

YM Bible Study
Wed. April 15, 6:30 p.m.

CPR and AED Training
Tues. April 28, 7 p.m.

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Click bulletin (above) for event details.
*Dates subject to change. _____________