• Our Lady's Garden
  • The church after a storm
  • The narthex
  • Benediction
  • The grotto is located on church grounds
Welcome to Immaculate Heart Church
in beautiful Crosslake, MN! 

Immaculate Heart Church is a vibrant Catholic parish in beautiful Crosslake on the Whitefish Chain of Lakes in north-central Minnesota. We are part of the Diocese of Duluth and built a splendid new church just over 10 years ago. Our wooded grounds feature a grotto of the Blessed Virgin and a paved walking path with outdoor Stations of the Cross. Whether you are a visitor, seasonal member, or simply interested in exploring Catholicism, come join us. Truly, all are welcome. May God bless you and may Jesus Christ be praised!

Watch Livestream Mass

Adoration Information

Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament is as follows:
Tuesdays 9 am-6 pm in church
Wednesdays 5 pm-Thursday 8 pm in chapel
 
Please note that during Mass (8 am-8:30 am) on Thursday mornings there is no Adoration.
 
You can sign up as a regular adorer or as a substitute by clicking here  You are also always welcome to come visit and spend time in the presence of Jesus without signing up! 
 
If you have any questions about Adoration, please contact Steph at 612-220-5313 or [email protected].

Office Hours

The parish offices are open Monday through Friday from 8 am to 4 pm.

Church Hours

Monday: 8 am to 4 pm

Tuesday: 8 am to 8 pm

Wednesday: 8 am to 8 pm

Thursday: 8 am to 4 pm

Friday: 8 am to 4 pm

Staff

Weekly Bulletins


  • Sun, Jul 25th

  • Sun, Jul 18th

Daily Mass Readings

Weekly reading

Our Sister Parish, St. Emily's in Emily

Mass Information

Saturday: 4:00 pm
Sunday: 8:30 am (also livestreamed)
Tuesday: 6:00 pm
Thursday: 8:30 am

Click either the YouTube or Facebook logo above to access the livestream.

Confession Times

Immaculate Heart:

Saturday at 3:00 pm

Tuesday at 5:30 pm

Wednesday at 5:00 pm (only when there is Family Faith Formation)

St. Emily's

Monday at 8:30 am

Electronic Donations

To make an electronic donation to Immaculate Heart Church, please click on this link:

https://engage.suran.com/ihc/s/give/new-gift

Thank you for your generosity!

July 24 Food Truck Festival

Immaculate Heart Church is excited to be hosting a Food Truck Festival Saturday, July 24, from 5-8 pm, featuring 4 food trucks from the lakes area, live music, yard games, ice cream, a bounce castle and more! 
 
All aspects of this community event are free including food! All are welcome so come hungry and bring your friends, family, coworkers and neighbors! The purpose of this event is to get all members of our beautiful Crosslake and surrounding lakes communities together to celebrate summer, and a chance to catch up with old friends and make new ones. All vendors are local to the lakes area, and we are excited for you to see all they have to offer! 
 
We look forward to seeing you there, for further questions please call Brynn in the parish office.

Parish Facebook Page

To access the IHC Facebook page, click here

Messenger Newsletter

Click here for the current issue of the Messenger

Promise to Protect

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Diocese of Duluth News

Father Richard Kunst: ‘What we own, we owe’: advice for the next homily about money

As we all know, the priesthood is a pretty unique profession. From the faith perspective, we call it a vocation, because that is what it is — a calling from God. From a secular perspective, it is a very unique job for many reasons, one of which I am sure we hardly give thought to: Other than maybe teachers, who speak to their students following a particular curriculum, Catholic priests are one of the very few professions that speak to an audience every day.

Father Richard Kunst

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Editorial: Forcing taxpayers to fund abortion is extreme and wrong

Our Catholic faith rightly demands that we protect innocent human life and therefore that we oppose abortion and oppose laws permitting abortion. This is a straightforward matter of justice in service to the common good.

In our complex form of government, as our nearly 50 year battle to undo the damage caused by Roe v. Wade shows, doing this is no easy task when some of our fellow citizens disagree with us vehemently and when many more of them are conflicted and ambivalent. That’s why Catholic teaching, for instance Pope St. John Paul II’s encyclical on the Gospel of Life, make it clear that we can pursue this goal of protecting the unborn incrementally, step by step.

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Bishop Felton responds to Traditionis Custodes

Bishop Daniel J. Felton send the following memo to priests and deacons of the diocese in response to Pope Francis’s letter today regarding the celebration of the Traditional Latin Mass:

July 16, 2021

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