Diocese of Duluth News
NEWS FROM THE DIOCESE OF DULUTH
- The ordination and installation of Bishop-elect Daniel Felton will take place at 11 a.m. May 20 at the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Rosary in Duluth. The evening before, Vespers will be celebrated at the Cathedral at 5 p.m. Unfortunately, due to COVID-19 restrictions, in-person attendance at these events is by invitation only. However, the ordination will be livestreamed by the Cathedral and available at www.dioceseduluth.org. Bishop-elect Felton is also planning to celebrate Masses in each of the diocese’s five deaneries in the coming months to meet the faithful.
Upcoming Weekend for the Engaged Dates: We are restarting in-person Engaged Weekends. Engaged Weekends are part of the preparation for couples as they prepare and approach the Sacrament of Matrimony. Please register for one of these upcoming date at Marriage, Family and Life | Diocese of Duluth (dioceseduluth.org) or call the betsy Kneepkens at 218-724-9111:
- Employment Opportunity: Women’s Care Center has an opening for a Development Coordinator. Part-time, $18-20 based on experience. Contact Jennifer Woodall at 218-623-7100 or [email protected] . Full job listing on Indeed.com
- Mass on TV: The Diocese of Duluth sponsors a televised Mass at 9:30 am every Sunday from the Basilica of the Nation Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington, D.C., on WDIO-Duluth and WIRT-Hibbing. Donations are welcome and can be sent to: TV Mass, 2830 E. Fourth St., Duluth, MN 55812. Please make checks payable to TV Mass. For information, contact the Diocese at (218) 724-9111 or visit www.dioceseduluth.org and click on "Donate".
- Find a Parish: Looking for a parish in our Diocese? Visit https://www.dioceseduluth.org/Find-a-Parish for an alphabetical listing with clergy, Mass times, websites, and more!
Star of the North Maternity Home: TFLN opened the Star of the North Maternity Home as loving and stable Christian family-like supportive housing available for four homeless pregnant mothers and/or their babies with the focus of moving them to self sufficiency. This vision has come to reality with the support of all our existing TFLN partners as we promote a program which includes education about healthy relationships, nutrition, adoption or positive parenting, a strong Christian spiritual faith life, a good self-image and empowerment for mothers and fathers. The home serves women age 21+ in NE Minnesota and NW Wisconsin, with the average length of stay up to 18 months.