News


From the Pastor

Watch us LIVE...10:00 am on FRIDAY
Raffle Winners to Be Announced   LIVE on our Facebook page at 10:00 AM on Friday... like right NOW if you're seeing this email at 10 am on Friday, November 20th! Click HERE!   And if you missed it live, you can still click there and see the recording!   &nbs...

Read More

Purity Project

Posted on November 18, 2020 in: From the Pastor

Purity Project
The Purity Project We want to introduce you to an initiative here at St. Max called the Purity Project. We have set up a page with links and a battle plan to help you and our culture wipe out the plague of pornography. It is destroying our families. We cannot put our head in the sand on this topi...

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

Confession or Communion to the Homebound
Father K will will meet you at your home, or if you prefer, he will even don his winter cap in the blustery wind to hear your confession or deliver communion to you outside. If you are homebound and desiring to receive communion or the Sacrament of Reconciliation, please call the parish offi...

Read More

Mass Survey - Part II - Weekdays
Daily Mass Times - your input requested In order to make the Eucharist accessible to parishioners more broadly, we are proposing an adjustment to some of the daily Mass times to allow different groups of parishioners (parents with kids, working people, commuters) to make it to Mass at least ...

Read More

Event of May 25th and Following Days
Dear St. Max Parishioners,  What to say in times like this? It seems like anything anyone says is condemned by the other side, somehow or other. Even silence has been criticized. I didn’t preach on it last weekend because I didn’t think your first time back to the Eucharist in 2 ...

Read More

Financial Update to Parishioners
Dear St Max Kolbe Parishioners Thank you very much for your continued generosity to our parish during these challenging times!  June is the last month of our current fiscal year and we wanted to provide some information on the current state of our financials, specifically where we stand with...

Read More

Limited Return to Public Masses
Dear St Max Parishioners You have no doubt heard that the Archbishop has said we may resume Mass! What an exciting time! Thank you for your patience, flexibility and prayers during this long hiatus. The bishops of Minnesota made it clear that parishes should only return to a limited public celebr...

Read More

What's Happening Around the Parish
Here are some changes you may have noticed around or inside St. Peter's Church.    As we learn more from the Archdiocese about Phase II of gradually re-opening the churches to public Masses, we will be sure to let you know.    If you ever have a question about what's goin...

Read More

Being Church Together this Holy Week
  Greetings in Christ, No doubt this has been a unique Lent and start to Holy Week for all of us.  Although public Masses remain suspended, large gatherings are on hold, and maybe even your family Easter traditions are in flux, there are still ways for us to honor this important seas...

Read More

Virtual Holy Week Retreat

Posted on April 02, 2020 in: From the Pastor

Virtual Holy Week Retreat
The Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis has put together a Virtual Holy Week Retreat. Please follow the link beginning this Sunday, April 5th, Palm Sunday.   https://www.archspm.org/holyweek

Read More

Litany In Time of Need

Posted on March 19, 2020 in: From the Pastor

Litany In Time of Need
Dear Parish Families, Archbishop Hebda and Bishop Cozzens are urging all Catholic school students and their families, parish faith formation students and their families, teachers, and the entire Archdiocesan Catholic community to join them in praying daily the Litany in Time Need.   ...

Read More

Important Message From Fr. Kowlacyzk
Jesus, I Trust In You!   https://www.facebook.com/stmaxparishdelanomn/videos/197938711476571/?t=5

Read More