Catechesis of the Good Shepherd

Now accepting Enrollment Applications for Catechesis of the Good Shepherd (in the Traditional Form).

This is a 4- year catechetical program in the Montessori Method, allowing the children to learn about our particular church and experience the Sacred Liturgy in close connection with their instruction in the atrium. It is a very good precursor to sacramental preparation for First Holy Communion.

At this time, only Level 1 (for 3-6 yr. olds) will be offered. It will be taught by Sr. Joanna Marie, as the Lead Catechist. A Flocknote page has also been created for those interested in this program. Please follow the link for more detailed information and to enroll your child(ren) in our beautiful program.

More information and enrollment

The Queen of All Saints Sodality – Saturday June 27

The Queen of All Saints Sodality will be meeting on Saturday, June 27th, the feast of Our Mother of Perpetual Help.

Those who have been preparing for the Consecration to Mary are invited to join us at 8:15 am to make their consecration. Confessions are at 8:30 and Mass will be 9:00. This is regular public schedule.

Following Mass we will pray the devotions to OMPH followed by a spiritual talk given by Fr. DiRocco. We hope to have some social time outside after Father’s talk. This is open to all women of the parish! You can join the Sodality group for info and updates through Flocknotes.

Flock Notes

Flock Notes is here. This is a communication tool meant to help each parishioner, whether enrolled from the beginning or brand new, get connected with information about the various groups and organizations at All Saints so that all can take part in the many good ways has blessed us.

Partaking in the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass is of the utmost importance; building a community life in Christ and His Church around shared needs and goals is also a laudable pursuit. This is a tool to make it easier and is simple to begin!

There are TWO ways to sign up. 1.) Simply text ’COAS’ to 84576. A reply will come with a link. Click on it, enter a few pieces of information, including your first and last names and your email address. It will then prompt you to click on the names of the various groups and organizations you’d like to receive notifications from and about. All parishioners should click on ‘Parish Announcements’ and then any other groups you’d like.

2.) To sign up by email rather than by text message simply go to churchofallsaints.flocknote.com and follow the prompts.

The current groups you have the possibility of signing up for/joining are:

  • 20’s and 30’s Group
  • Youth Group (High School & College)
  • St. Joseph’s Men’s Guild
  • Events Set-Up/Take Down
  • Homeschool Co-op General Announcements
  • Parish General Announcements
  • Choir
  • Queen of All Saints Sodality
  • Altar Servers

New Office Hours

Office Hours: Tuesday – Friday 8:30 AM – 11:00 AM Parish registration forms are available in the vestibule OR may be scanned to you. Call the office: 612-379-4996

Book Donations

‘Tis the time for spring cleaning! The All Saints Parish Library is accepting book donations again! Beginning this Spring, books that duplicates or multiples of books already in the library will be sold online, the proceeds to go to our parish – yet another way to support the Church of All Saints….and be rid of extra books! Please drop off book donations in the convent back porch with a note saying “Book Donations to All Saints’ Library.”

WANTED: Any used and still serviceable bubble mailers for the shipping of books. The bubble mailers can be varying sizes. New (unused) bubble mailers are more than welcome, too! These bubble mailers will be used to package and ship the above mentioned books to be sold online to benefit the parish. May God reward you!

Lady of Guadalupe Seminary

Recently Our Lady of Guadalupe Seminary, the FSSP seminary in Denton Nebraska sent many of the seminarians to their homes or to apostolates as a precaution against the virus. The seminarians, despite the situation, are still taking all their classes via the internet. We wish to welcome two of the seminarians, Mr. Isaac Lind (from our parish) and Steven Kalinowski from the St. Louis area, who will be staying at the rectory as they continue their studies. Please keep these young men in your prayers.