This weekend Mass is Saturday, Nov 28 at 4:30 PM CT
you tube Mass at St. Ann's/Sacred Heart
The North Dakota Catholic Conference acts on behalf of the Roman Catholic bishops of North Dakota to respond to public policy issues of concern to the Catholic Church and to educate Catholics and the general public about Catholic social doctrine.
Diocese of Bismarck
Masses resume May 6
Message from Bishop Kagan
Tuesday and Friday 9AM
November weekends Mass is at 4:30 PM CT on Saturdays
No Sunday Mass
A response in regards to the Governor elevating Morton County to "Orange" Status.
As this point, we will not be making any changes to what we are currently doing here at St. Ann’s Church/Hebron. We will continue to clean and sanitize pews. We will continue to have hand sanitizer available for people to put on before they go into the main body of the church and while leaving the church. Masks are at your own free will , but not mandated. We will continue to do our best to social distance in the church.
As with everything else, if you are not feeling well, please stay home. The dispensation for Sunday Mass attendance is still in effect. If you would like to receive communion, we also have opportunities to receive at daily Masses as well, which are not as full. Tuesday 9 AM and Friday’s 9 AM
For the foreseeable future, we will continue to live-stream the Sunday Mass. .
Readings for the Sunday Masses can be found here : https://bible.usccb.org/ or on our MyParishApp.
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