Diocese of Duluth

Bishop Felton issues statement on vaccine mandates

Bishop Daniel Felton has issued a statement on vaccine mandates urging all the faithful who are able to do so to be vaccinated and assuring them that it is morally acceptable to do so while also recognizing that vaccinations should be voluntary and rights of conscience should be upheld. Read more >>

A pandemic reflection from Bishop Felton


Implementation of Pope Francis’ new Latin Mass norms will take study

Bishop Daniel FeltonAs the Holy Father’s introduction notes, implementing these norms will take time. It is very important that we take the time to study and discuss how I can best implement the directives of Pope Francis in the Diocese of Duluth. I have asked Father [Joel] Hastings, who is also diocesan director of liturgy, to form a task force to review the new norms and to make recommendations …. Read more >>

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Upcoming events

FAMILY CAMP: The Diocese of Duluth’s first annual Catholic Family Camp at Big Sandy Camp and Retreat Center in McGregor will be held Aug. 13-15. It will include family fun, campfires, swimming, waterslide, volleyball, hiking, pontoon rides, laser tag, Mass, adoration, and family prayer time. Lodge space, RV sites, and tent sites are available. Food is included.

TBD: Due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, many upcoming events remain uncertain.


STRATEGIC PLANNING: The Diocese of Duluth Five Year Strategic Plan, effective from 2012 to 2017, along with the implementation handbook, is available here. You can find an update on what’s been implemented so far here.

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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Advocates say the public is with them on payday lending reform

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First diocesan Family Camp draws more than 100

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Father Richard Kunst: God’s name is important — treat it with respect

The very first thing we do when we meet someone is ask them their name. We do this simply to start a relationship with that person. It is the most basic thing to know about another person; it is how we start social interaction.

Father Richard Kunst

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