St. Joseph Parish Ada MN

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04/23/2021

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First Holy Communion April 18, 2021

04/22/2021

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Vatican dedicates May to global rosary ‘marathon’ for end of COVID-19 04/22/2021

Vatican dedicates May to global rosary ‘marathon’ for end of COVID-19

Vatican dedicates May to global rosary ‘marathon’ for end of COVID-19 Red Confidential/Shutterstock. Vatican City, Apr 21, 2021 / 14:00 pm (CNA). The Vatican has announced a rosary initiative dedicating the month of May to prayer for an end to the coronavirus pandemic.The Pontifical Council for the Promotion of th...

04/21/2021

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04/20/2021

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04/19/2021

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04/18/2021

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04/18/2021

3rd Sunday of Easter

04/17/2021

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[04/16/21]   Daily Rosary will be at 8:30am tomorrow (Saturday) morning.

04/16/2021

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04/15/2021

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04/14/2021

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04/13/2021

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04/12/2021

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04/11/2021

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04/11/2021

Divine Mercy Sunday

9 Things You Need to Know About Divine Mercy Sunday 04/11/2021

9 Things You Need to Know About Divine Mercy Sunday

Divine Mercy Sunday!

9 Things You Need to Know About Divine Mercy Sunday Millions of people look forward to and are profoundly moved by this day.

04/10/2021

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04/09/2021

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04/08/2021

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04/07/2021

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04/06/2021

From todays rosary talk:

Called by Name

Jesus,
On Easter morning,
you appeared to Mary Magdalene.
You called her by name.
You have forgotten the life she left behind her:
her troubled past, her sins.
You call her.
Do you call each of us in the same way?
Once we have decided to love you,
do you forget our past too?
Do you call us by name?
How can we continue to worry
about our failures, our past, our sin?
Jesus,
are you not the same now.
as you were then?

~ Servant of God Chiara Lubich

From todays rosary talk:

Called by Name

Jesus,
On Easter morning,
you appeared to Mary Magdalene.
You called her by name.
You have forgotten the life she left behind her:
her troubled past, her sins.
You call her.
Do you call each of us in the same way?
Once we have decided to love you,
do you forget our past too?
Do you call us by name?
How can we continue to worry
about our failures, our past, our sin?
Jesus,
are you not the same now.
as you were then?

~ Servant of God Chiara Lubich

04/06/2021

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04/05/2021

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04/04/2021

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04/04/2021

Easter Vigil

04/03/2021

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04/02/2021

Commeration of the Cross

04/02/2021

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The Divine Mercy 04/02/2021

The Divine Mercy

Today begins the Divine Mercy Chaplet novena. You can go to this website to begin praying today and to learn more about the Divine Mercy. The novena ends on Divine Mercy Sunday which is the Sunday following Easter. https://www.thedivinemercy.org/message/devotions/novena/firstdayon

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Timeline Photos 04/02/2021

Believe

Sometimes I wonder how many Catholics really believe in the Eucharist. That Jesus is truly present: body, blood, soul, and divinity in every holy communion host at Mass. He couldn’t have been any clearer about his plan and desire to give us his body and blood as true food and true drink in the Gospel of John 6:22-69. But for those who don’t accept his words from the Bible, he offers more gestures of his love through Eucharistic miracles.

In 1996, at the parish of St. Mary in Buenos Aires, Argentina, the Eucharist began bleeding at Mass after being consecrated by the priest, and a portion of it transformed into actual human tissue (as pictured). After several intense studies, it was found that the tissue was from the inner lining of the human heart called the myocardium. This muscular wall of the heart allows the organ to contract and thus pump blood in and out of the heart, throughout the body.

The studies of the tissue also revealed that it had belonged to a person who had gone through intense pain, experiencing an extended period of time where they could hardly breathe, which became clear through signs of immense strain on the heart tissue (ie an obvious side effect of crucifixion).

What was even more miraculous was the fact that the tissue was not from a deceased person, but someone who was still alive at the time of the study. This was evidenced by intact white blood cells that were present in the tissue. Whereas white blood cells normally disintegrate around 15 minutes outside of a living body, this tissue showed that the heart sample was alive and even pulsating.

This is not the only Eucharistic miracle that has ever taken place. There are over 150 documented ones throughout the history of the Church. And the miracle specimens that had been studied, like this one in Argentina (ie Lanciano, Italy miracle), also led to similar findings such as the myocardial tissue and the same human blood type AB positive.

At every Holy Mass, Heaven touches earth, and simple bread & wine is transformed in the hands of the priests, into the actual living and risen flesh and blood of Jesus Christ. Enough doubt. Enough lukewarmness. It’s time to believe.

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405 E Thorpe Ave
Ada, MN
56510

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Monday 08:30 - 17:00
Tuesday 08:30 - 17:00
Wednesday 08:30 - 17:00
Thursday 08:30 - 17:00
Friday 08:30 - 17:00
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