News

Home/Resources/News

Entries for October 2020

Do you miss volunteering in our parish?
While COVID has caused us these past several months to temporarily eliminate or reduce gatherings we can host at our parish and curb the number of volunteers that can assist in different ministries, we are starting to slowly and cautiously expand some activities. If you miss volunteering either a...

Read More

Do you like snow? Helper Needed

Posted on October 30, 2020 in: General News

Do you like snow?  Helper Needed
If you are interested in helping out (and learning what equipment we have), please call us at the parish office.  Thank you! Catherine: 763-972-2077 x 221    office@delanocatholic.com

Read More

Handyman/woman?  1 Saturday per Month
If you are interested in helping out or learning more about what is needed, please contact us at the parish office.  Thank you! Parish Office: 763-972-2077 x 221   office@delanocatholic.com

Read More

St. Max Winter Coat and Sock Drive
SAINT MAX WINTER COAT & SOCK DRIVE Donate gently used (or new) adult sized winter coats or pairs of socks to the 7,000 homeless people in the Metro Area during the COLD, Winter months Collection Dates: November 21-22 November 28-29 After all Masses   GOAL: 250 coats and 1,000...

Read More

Spirituality Tap In ~ Dec 1

Posted on October 29, 2020 in: Upcoming Events

Spirituality Tap In ~ Dec 1
Spirituality Tap-In Looking for a new way to dive into your faith? A new way to experience your faith outside the church walls? Are you passionate about or looking to reconnect with your faith? We have something for you! December 1 from 7:00 pm-9:00 pm live streaming from Lupine in Delano come...

Read More

Cana Family Institute - Nov 11 "Come & See" meeting
Come learn more about the Cana Family Institute's program for mothers of all ages. The next series begins in January 2021 and the topic will be "The Temperament God Gave You". Contact Barb Janas at 763-972-6843 or Christy Bauman at 651-226-1612 if you have any questions or just...

Read More

All Soul's Day Mass - November 2nd
A Requiem Mass in the Extraordinary Form will be said on Monday, November 2nd at 7:00 pm at St Peter's Church.

Read More

Watching Mass from home?  Our story.
Dear St. Max Parishioners, Just a note of encouragement from a fellow parishioner. Has it been a while since you attended church?  It had been a while for me. I asked myself why I hadn’t attended recently during self-introspection.  The fact is, I had become so used to not goin...

Read More

Raffle Tickets - Final Weekend to Pick Up Tickets!
This is the last weekend (Oct 24-25) that you can pick up raffle tickets at St. Peter’s Church.   Starting next week, volunteers will deliver tickets (possibly winning tickets!) to the homes of parishioners who could not pick up their tickets. You will receive a call from ...

Read More

Sign Up for Saturday 10/17 Mass
Reminder that Bishop Cozzens will be here on Saturday, October 17 to install Fr K as Pastor of our parish during the 5:00 pm Mass.   We will LIVE STREAM the Mass on our Facebook page for those at home. If you are planning to come and have not yet reserved a seat, please email office@del...

Read More

Raffle Tickets - PICK THEM UP

Posted on October 16, 2020 in: General News

Raffle Tickets - PICK THEM UP
Our Raffle Ticket PICK UP is underway! Come pick up your tickets ANY TIME Saturday 4 pm through Friday 3 pm in the narthex outside St Martha Hall at our St Peter campus; enter through Door 12 off the back parking lot.   Tickets arranged by last name.     (If you are unabl...

Read More

Financial Update - Month-End 9/30/2020
  Watch for a detailed report to come next month.

Read More

Desired ~ Persons to Help Decorate
Caring for and decorating our beautiful churches takes time and talent. We would love to put together a team of people who'd like to help change out the decorations in the churches.   We have books from people who've decorated in the past filled with ideas, and we know t...

Read More

Online Debate 10/19/20 - How Should a Catholic Vote?
The Argument Club for Women is sponsoring a virtual debate Monday Oct. 19th at 7:30 PM.  "How should a Catholic Vote this November?"   See details in image below.  Free online event.  

Read More

Where Do the Candidates Stand on Life?
If you'd like a short side-by-side comparison of where the U.S. President and U.S. Senate candidates stand on abortion / life, please see the attached article. U.S. President & Senate Candidates Stand

Read More

Parish Name: Will the Real St. Max Please Stand Up?
Will the Real St. Max Please Stand Up?   You may have been noticing some changes to our parish name recently, like our new domain name StMaxKolbeChurch.org, and maybe you are wondering what is going on. Here’s the short version: we aren’t changing anything, we just discovered ...

Read More

Raffle Tickets ~ Kick Off Weekend is Here!
Pick up your tickets this weekend outside St. Martha Hall and win a bonus prize!       The Harvest of Faith Raffle acknowledges our gratitude to God for his generosity in the fields and on the farms, in our hearts and in our homes. The raffle kicks off at weeken...

Read More

Dennis Langen as "The Lunch Lady"

Posted on October 07, 2020 in: General News

Dennis Langen as "The Lunch Lady"
After many years of working dual roles as Custodian and as what the school children fondly call him, "The Lunch Lady", Dennis Langen has decided to partially retire.    While he will no longer be *cleaning our facilities, he will continue part-time doing Food Service (Hot Lunc...

Read More

SATURDAY at 10:00 AM - Let's Clean!
What's the phrase?  Cleanliness is next to godliness? Whistle while you work? Many hands make light work? Wash the pew you sit in? Well, not all may be familiar, but you get the jest!  Our custodial team at St. Max has been doing a good job keeping up with...

Read More

Why is October "Rosary Month"?

Posted on October 01, 2020 in: General News

Why is October "Rosary Month"?
Why is October referred to as the Month of the Rosary?   And where did the rosary come from?   Great questions!  I found interesting answers to both questions in this article at Northwest Catholic.     Some of my takeaways from the article: October 7 ...

Read More