Masses and Intentions

Mass Intentions

Mass Intentions are no longer being received at the present time, due to a large backlog extending over a year. You will be informed via bulletin when reception of Mass Intentions will resume. Thank you!

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!

Youth Group Vespers

If you’re a high school or college-aged young person and would like to pray Vespers and have a twice-weekly conversation with us, simply sign up to receive announcements from our Youth group Flocknote page and follow the prompts.

We begin at 4:30 PM every Monday and Thursday over Zoom (for the time being). Also check out and follow our ‘AllSaintsFSSPYouthGroup’ Instagram page.

Home School Coop Registration

The All Saints Homeschool Co-op is preparing for registration, and you are invited.

We meet on most Fridays from September-December and February-May at the secure St. Mark’s campus in St. Paul, (near the University of St. Thomas).

Here are some highlights on what is offered:

  • A Traditional version of Catechesis of the Good Shepherd to 3-5 year olds,
  • Sisters teaching Catechism classes to all students ages 6-9 and girls 10-18,
  • Priests teaching Catechism classes to all boys 10-18, +Choir/music classes for all students, including instruction in Gregorian Chant, Polyphony, Music Theory and Music History,
  • Science offerings (with those sometimes difficult-to-do experiments) offered to 6-18 year olds, some Writing and Communication classes and
  • NEW/RETURNING this year, a once-per-semester One-Act Play, both competitive and practice sports teams, (including Soccer in the Fall), and some extra-curriculars in Art and Literature.

The day starts with the Traditional Latin Mass at 8:15, includes 4 relaxed but thoughtful forty-five minute-long classes and lunch, all with good support for parents and good Catholic friends/peers for the young people. Classes end at 1:20, with the optional One-Act play, sports, and a Girls club to follow for those interested.

Stay for as long or as little of the day as you’d like. We’re happy to be an apostolate for many of our parish’s homeschooling families, and, if you’re interested, don’t hesitate to reach out at or by contacting the director, Jacob Flaherty, directly at 612-801-5467.

Many parents already have homeschooling plans; some say we fit into a niche currently missing and some say it doesn’t work with their current plans. No worries; thanks for considering us!