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As my third year begins, we’re holding on to the wings of the Holy Spirit

At the time of my ordination as your bishop, I asked you to join me in reaching out and grabbing on to the wings of the Holy Spirit. I said, “Let’s grab on to the wings of the Holy Spirit as we shout in this moment, ‘I’m all yours. I’m all in.’” Read more >>

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Upcoming events

PRIESTHOOD ORDINATION: The ordination of Deacon Jacob Toma to the priesthood will be at 4 p.m. Friday, June 23, at the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Rosary. The Mass is open to the public.

FAMILY CAMP: The third annual Catholic Family Camp weekend will be held July 28-30. Join other Catholic families in the Diocese of Duluth for family fun at Big Sandy Camp in McGregor. Find more information and to register >>

CAMP SURVIVE: Two sessions of Camp Survive are planned for this summer — July 24-28 and July 31-Aug. 4. Registration and information >>


FINANCIAL STATEMENT: The Diocese of Duluth has released its audited financial reports. Please see the document here.

COMPUTER SECURITY: The Diocesan Technology Committee offers some best-practices guidance for computer systems here.

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Bishop Daniel Felton: As my third year begins, we’re holding on to the wings of the Holy Spirit

Dear brothers and sisters in Christ, 

Greetings to you, as we enter the month of June and its promise of summertime! 

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Deacon Kyle Eller: Embracing my inner Carthusian? An experience praying communally in the middle of the night 

I wanted to share with you a recent experience in ministry that was moving to me. 

Let me begin by engaging your imagination. Suppose you leave your house in the dark of night and make your way to your parish, which you find quiet and dimly lit, mostly by candles.

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Ask Father Mike: Before you go to ‘communion’ at another church …

Editor's note: This column is reprinted from the August 2012 issue of The Northern Cross.

I recently attended a wedding in a non-Catholic church. The minister invited everyone there forward to be united at this wedding to receive Communion. I didn’t know what to do, so I went up to receive. Did I do something wrong?  

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