Welcome to Immaculate Heart Church
in beautiful Crosslake, MN! 

We are a small, Catholic parish on the Whitefish Chain of lakes in northern Minnesota. Located in the Diocese of Duluth approximately 30 miles north of Brainerd, MN we are a very active small town community in the north woods. If you are a visitor to the northland come join us at Mass, or stop by for a visit to our beautiful church and grounds. New to the area? Join us! Thinking of becoming Catholic, seeking a Sacrament, looking for truth in Jesus Christ? We're here to journey with you in the Lord.  Welcome to all. May God bless you and may Jesus Christ be praised!

Mass Times

Year-Round Weekend Mass Schedule
Saturday 4:00 pm
Sunday 8:30 am

Weekdays:
Monday: Check Parish Events Calendar
Tuesday: 8:00 am
Wednesday: 10:00 am at Golden Horizons
Thursday: 8:00 am

Confession Times

Saturday 3:00 pm and by appointment with priest

Office Hours

Monday-Friday 8:30 am-4:00 pm

Staff

Weekly Bulletins


  • Sun, Dec 23rd

  • Sun, Dec 16th
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Diocese of Duluth News

Father Ryan Moravitz: The story of Mallory Norrell and her family needs to be shared

By Father Ryan Moravitz

Guest columnist

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Father Michael Schmitz: What does it mean for something to be blessed?

I recently became Catholic and keep hearing about all of the stuff you have that is “blessed.” Someone even gave me a holy card that they said had been blessed. I like the idea, I just don’t know what it means for something to be blessed.

I am glad that you are asking this question. Even though you haven’t been Catholic for very long, you know that it is good for Catholics to ask questions. In this case, your question is one that not a lot of Catholics even know about. Hopefully this response will not only help you, but them as well.

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Jason Adkins: Combatting the ‘evil within’ is our first responsibility

In politics today, people have fallen into the habit of condemning the evil in other persons, groups, structures, or oppressor classes, while they themselves embrace the role of victim.

It is hard to see a way out of our current predicament, other than a new Great Awakening through a tremendous outpouring of the Holy Spirit.

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