• 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!

YouTube Channel for Livestream Masses

Public Celebration of the Mass

Click here to access the protocols for the celebration of Mass in Phase II (the phase we began on May 27).

We continue to pray for an end to Covid-19.


Important Information

Click here to access important information. 

To access the IHC Facebook page, click here


To watch Mass, click on the YouTube logo above.


Revised Office Hours

Monday: 9 am to noon
Tuesday: 9 am to noon
Wednesday: 9 am to noon
Thursday: 9 am to noon
Friday: 9 am to noon


Weekly Bulletins

  • Sun, Nov 1st

  • Sun, Oct 25th

Our Sister Parish, St. Emily's in Emily

Mass Information

Saturday: 4:00 pm
Sunday: 8:30 am
Tuesday: 6:00 pm
Thursday: 8:00 am

The Masses on Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday are livestreamed on YouTube. Click YouTube logo above to access channel.

Confession Times

Immaculate Heart: Sundays at 3:00 pm.

St. Emily's: 1st Saturdays at 9:00 am.


Electronic Donations

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


Thank you for your generosity!

Messenger Newsletter

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Promise to Protect

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Diocese of Duluth News

Faith in the Public Arena: Citizens of the heavenly city

By Jason Adkins

Faith in the Public Arena

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Father Richard Kunst: A sure way to keep your parish open

Of all the priests in our diocese there is one in particular who you might call our “living history book.” I have had many occasions to listen to Father Dick Partika talk about everything and anything you wanted to know about the history of the Diocese of Duluth. I have always been amazed by all the facts he has contained in his memory, so if he is reading this column he might very well find reason to confirm or correct what I am about to say.

Father Richard Kunst

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Betsy Kneepkens: Enjoying the last moments before the nest is empty

“It goes by really fast.” I could not count how many times older parents shared this advice during my oldest son’s first year. I heeded their warnings and took their message to heart. I always believed the days raising my children would fly by while leaving me with the sentiment of “where did all the time go.”

Betsy Kneepkens

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