DIOCESE OF SAINT CLOUD

VOICE OF HOPE

HEART OF MERCY

HANDS OF JUSTICE

DIOCESE OF SAINT CLOUD

HEART OF MERCY • VOICE OF HOPE • HANDS OF JUSTICE

Our Mission

We, the people of God of the Diocese of Saint Cloud, in union with the Universal Church,
believe in and proclaim the presence of Jesus Christ in our world.

Our mission is to be His heart of mercy,
voice of hope, and hands of justice.

From the Diocese

Relics of St. Manuel Gonzalez Garcia and Blessed Carlo Acutis will be available for veneration in parishes around the Diocese of St. Cloud between Sept. 30 and Oct. 5.

For places and additional information.

Read about process of listening and consultation that was conducted in the diocese and around the world and view the local, regional and national reports prepared so far.

Read more.

A series of Regional Ministry Gatherings will be held this Fall on the Eucharistic Revival. These gatherings are FREE and will be held in various locations around the diocese.

This event will be held both in-person and live via Zoom.  REGISTER NOW!

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around the diocese

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Latest News

  • Jesus, present in the Eucharist, inspires compassion, sharing, pope saysJesus, present in the Eucharist, inspires compassion, sharing, pope says
    One cannot love and worship the Eucharist without compassion for the poor and marginalized, Pope Francis said at a Mass concluding Italy's eucharistic congress. The post Jesus, present in the Eucharist, inspires compassion, sharing, pope says appeared first on The Central Minnesota Catholic.
  • Help the poor and the planet, pope tells young economists, entrepreneursHelp the poor and the planet, pope tells young economists, entrepreneurs
    The pope met in Assisi with young economists, entrepreneurs, financial advisers, scholars and scientists who have been working for two years on the Economy of Francesco project. The post Help the poor and the planet, pope tells young economists, entrepreneurs appeared first on The Central Minnesota Catholic.
  • Catholic Charities, other groups mobilize to help migrants bused to ChicagoCatholic Charities, other groups mobilize to help migrants bused to Chicago
    Passengers from the first buses came from Venezuela, and included families with young children and babies and single men. As more buses came, migrants from Cuba and Nicaragua also arrived, along with more from Venezuela. The post Catholic Charities, other groups mobilize to help migrants bused to Chicago appeared first…
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Diocese of Saint Cloud TV Mass

Our diocesan televised Mass reaches nearly all households in our diocese through network programming each Sunday morning. This Mass is a wonderful opportunity for our home bound parishioners to enjoy their faith with the Diocese of Saint Cloud. Those who can’t watch the Mass on television are invited to view it online. This ministry is fully supported by donations and through the Bishop’s Annual Appeal. Get viewing information or watch the online TV Mass>

CONVERSATIONS ON AUDIO

Minnesota Catholic Podcast is a series of conversations which covers three areas of interest. The “Heart of Mercy” minute, is a series of podcasts with St. Cloud Bishop Donald Kettler. “Hands of Justice” is a series of podcasts featuring local speakers discussing social issues impacting Catholic culture today. And “Voices of Hope” features guests from across the globe to our own backyard, who bring with them stories of hope, inspiration and wisdom. This show is made possible through the Bishop’s Annual Appeal for the Diocese of St. Cloud, Minnesota.

What is the Emmaus Institute?

The Emmaus Institute for Ministry Formation is a four-year intellectual and ministerial formation program for lay leadership ministry and potential Latino/Hispanic diaconal candidates from the Diocese of Saint Cloud, in partnership with Saint John’s School of Theology and Seminary. Its purpose is to create well-formed ministers who will serve the mission of the Gospel in their families, parishes, and wider communities throughout the diocese. Read more>