Today, June 11

· Library open after the 10:00 a.m. Mass.

· Eucharistic Procession begins at Holy Cross Church at 3:00 p.m.

Thursday, June 15

· AA & Alanon 7:30 p.m. in Kennedy Hall.

Sunday, June 18

· Library open after the 10:00 a.m. Mass.


EUCHARISTIC PROCESSION - The Catholic Churches of lower Northeast Minneapolis will be holding the Second Annual Eucharistic Procession TODAY, June 11, to give honor and glory to our Lord’s gift of the Eucharist by processing through our seven churches.  Services will begin at 3:00 p.m. at Holy Cross, 1621 University Avenue N.E.  The Procession will move to Sts. Cyril and Methodius, St. Anthony, St. Boniface, St. Maron, St. Constantine, and a closing Benediction at All Saints at 435-4th St. N.E.  A social with refreshments will follow at the Cedars Hall of St. Maron, 602 University Ave. N.E.  Park in the lots by St. Maron and St. Boniface on 7th and University and ride the shuttle bus to Holy Cross.  In case of rain, the procession and social will be at St. Maron’s.


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leave a message at 763-572-1713.

‘LIVE-IN AT THE MOTHEHOUSE,” 4-day immersion in the St. Rose Convent experience, for women college age or older.  Pray with the Sisters in the chapel where Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament has been continuous since August 1, 1978.  June 25-28, Sunday 4 p.m. till Wednesday 1:00 p.m.  St. Rose Convent. La Crosse, WI.  Contact Sister Patricia Tekippe, FSPA, 380 Roselawn Avenue E, Maplewood, MN 55117.  651-695-8124 or

FOR THE SAFETY, PROTECTION & HEALTH of our youth, curfew hours are important to abide by.  Youth are the #1 Victims of Crime.  Hennepin County Ordinance #16 establishes curfew hours for juveniles.


· For those under 12 years old:

             Weekdays                       home by 9 p.m.

             Friday & Saturday           home by 10 p.m.

· For those ages 12-14:

             Weekdays                       home by 10 p.m.

             Friday & Saturday           home by 11 p.m.

· For those ages 15-17:

             Weekdays                       home by 11 p.m.

             Friday & Saturday           home by midnight


The Minneapolis Police Department

will enforce all curfew ordinances.

INTERNATIONAL PERFORMER Jeremy Stanbary of Epiphany Studio Productions presents his Summer Tour of the one man drama, Alessandro, as seen at World Youth Day 2005 in Cologne, Germany.  A powerful 50 minute play for teens and older audiences.  St. Olaf’s Church on June 10-11, July 8-9, August 12-13; Church of St. Paul in Ham Lake on July 28-29, Cathedral in St. Paul on Sept. 7-8.  Tickets: $10 General Admission/$5 students.  Group rates available.  Call 651-336-3302 or visit

RURAL LIFE SUNDAY CELEBRATION JUNE 25  begins at 1:30 p.m. and includes Eucharistic Liturgy of the Sunday with Bishop Pates presiding, a creation blessing, and essay and poster contest awards.  This year’s event is sponsored by the parish of St. Ignatius in Annandale and is being held at the Dave and Mary Spike farm.  Food and refreshments will be served (free will offering accepted).  All are welcome!  For directions go online to and input the Spike’s address (9399-10th St. N.W., Annandale, 55302) call the Rural Life Office at 507-364-7323.

EASTSIDE CRIME MEETING - Council members Diane Hofstede and Paul Ostrow will be hosting a special Eastside crime meeting, Wednesday, June 14th at 7:00 p.m. at Northeast Park located at 1615 Pierce Street N.E.  This meeting was set up due to the large increase in crime.  Police Chief Doan has agreed to attend, Mayor Rybak has been invited.

RELEVANT RADIO Catholic radio in the Twin Cities, 1330 AM.  Internet:



Thursday, July 13, Kolbe Hall.

Watch bulletin for details and sign-up information!