St. John's Parish Mission Statement

It shall be the mission of St. John's Parish, in union with the Catholic Church throughout the world, to proclaim and celebrate Jesus Christ as the center of our lives and to make disciples for Jesus through word, worship, service and stewardship.

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Parish Disaster Preparation

 

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Pastoral Planning Synopsis of a Dialogue with Bishop John LeVoir

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Welcome to St. John's Catholic Church in Darwin, MN. We invite parishioners, visitors and new comers to be part of our parish. The links below will take you to most of the information about our parish. We invite you to check out our web site and come spend some time with us.

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Marriage is unique for a reason. We invite you now to find out why:

  • Explore the four themes (and one in Spanish) at the top of this page

  • Brush up on the basics of marriage

  • Dive in deep to the Church's teaching

  • Join the conversation about marriage, children, society, and more!

  • Ask us your burning questions about marriage

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The Roman Missal, Third Edition, the ritual text containing prayers and instructions for the celebration of the Mass, has been approved by the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments. The complete text of the Roman Missal is still undergoing final editing by Vatican officials. It is expected to be forwarded to Conferences of Bishops later this spring, at which time it will be prepared for publication. Click here for new resources.

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