St. Dominic is the Catholic faith community in Northfield, MN, and part of the Archdiocese of St. Paul-Minneapolis. We invite you to worship with us and share in our commitment to worship, sacrament, education, faith formation, community, and ministry. Please contact the Parish Office or speak to any of the volunteer groups to find your place in our parish and use your time, talent, and treasure for the glory of God. Please, join us for Mass.
Online Events ___________________________________________________
Dynamic Catholic Speaker Joe Roueche
Wednesday, January 13 at 6pm
Looking for Inspiration for 2021?Join us for this online presentation with dynamic speaker Joe Roueche. Joe has worked with NET Ministries and parish ministry for many years. He’ll speak on drawing strength from God in ordinary living. His “down home wisdom” inspires! All parishioners are welcome to join this event online.
Please go to this link to attend: meet.google.com/sji-xkqh-gzz
Fr. Mike Schmitz– Bible in a Year Podcast–New in 2021!
Sign up and start anytime to discover the story of the bible and your place in that story. It takes only 20 minutes a day! Use the link below to sign up.
In addition, you can connect on this Scripture listening plan two times a month as part of an ongoing study offered through St. Dominic parish. Call or email the parish center if you’re interested in being a part of this Bible study group that meets (presently online) the 1st and 3rd Mondays of the month at 7 pm, and please share this with others you think would be interested in reading the Bible in a year!
FELLOWSHIP FOR YOUNG CATHOLIC WOMEN
Young women of our parish are invited to come together for a virtual Catholic book study via Zoom video calls. We will meet every other Thursday evening starting on January 7th at 8:00pm for roughly eight sessions. The book we are covering is “Walking With Purpose: Seven Priorities That Make Life Work” by Catholic author Lisa Brenninkmeyer. If you are interested in fellowship with other young Catholic women in our community, please email Laura at firstname.lastname@example.org to join the video calls or for more information. You are encouraged but not required to attend every session.
Speaker Fr. Anthony Ruff, St. John’s Seminary
Friday, January 22– 9:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. Thursday, January 28– 6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
What Mass Means: How Sacrifice and Real Presence Are Life-Changing
We tend to think of “sacrifice” and “real presence” as doctrines to believe in – perhaps with some vague awareness of complicated medieval terms such as “transubstantiation.” But the logic of the liturgies of the various Christian traditions, and the whole point of the Vatican II renewal, is that our liturgical sharing in Christ’s dying and rising is meant to transform us individually and communally. The implications are huge!
Event is Free. Registration is required (register at least five days in advance of the event); please visit www.collegevilleMN.com/theologyday, call 320-363-3560, or email email@example.com to register.
Update from Archbishop Hebda
Archbishop Hebda encourages us all to participate in the Archdiocesan Synod. The event page is here: https://www.archspm.org/synod/ [/color-box]
La Comunidad Hispana les invita a la Misa los domingos a las 2:00 p.m. Contamos con los siguientes ministerios y grupos: coro, lectores, ministros de la Eucaristía, RICA, grupo de Oración y Sanación, Jóvenes Adultos y catequesis para el Bautizo y Matrimonio. Para más información de la comunidad hispana y el comité hispano, hacer clic en Comunidad Hispana de Santo Domingo.