• 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!

FINANCE COUNCIL NOMINATIONS ARE OPEN

Nominations are being accepted for membership on the Finance Council of Immaculate Heart Church. Any registered member may nominate a registered member of the parish. Nominees should have some finance-related background.

The Finance Council participates in financial decisions of the parish, including budgeting, financial statements, and investments. Meetings are held monthly on the fourth Tuesday of the month at 5 pm.

Nominations will be accepted until August 15. To nominate someone (or yourself), please call the parish office or fill out a form provided in the kiosk. Nominees will be given the opportunity to decline. The election will take place after the Masses on the weekend of August 27-28.

Adoration Information

Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament is as follows:
Tuesdays 9 am-6 pm in the chapel
Wednesdays 6 pm-Thursday 8 pm in the 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

The church is open weekdays from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm.

Staff

Weekly Bulletins


  • Sun, Aug 14th

  • Sun, Aug 7th

Our Sister Parish, St. Emily's in Emily

Mass Information

Saturday: 4:00 pm
Sunday: 8:30 am

Monday: 8:30 am
Tuesday: 8:30 am
Wednesday: 8:30 am
Thursday: 8:30 am
Friday: 8:30 am

Confession Times

Immaculate Heart:

Saturday at 3:00 pm

St. Emily's

TBD

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!

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

Click image below to access the website

Diocese of Duluth News

Betsy Kneepkens: Healing the family is essential to stopping the violence

It was about 92 degrees outside, gas prices were nearing $5 a gallon, I needed groceries, and the store was about one mile from my home. I was frustrated, and I can get stubborn sometimes. I grabbed a water bottle, put on my walking shoes, and headed out that door. No way would I fill up my gas tank at that price. 

Betsy Kneepkens

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Editorial: The extraordinary attack on pro-life pregnancy centers

In the aftermath of the June 24 Dobbs decision overturning Roe v. Wade, perhaps nothing has so perfectly encapsulated the inarticulate rage against America’s pro-life community as the targeting of pro-life pregnancy centers. 

Not only have they been the target, across more than 20 states, of vandalism, firebombing, or threats of violence, they have also been denounced by governors and U.S. senators. In some places, laws have been proposed targeting these facilities. Members of Congress have pressured Internet search giant Google to doctor its search results and ads to suppress them. And of course there has been plenty of biased media coverage joining in the pile-on. 

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Bishop Barron installed as bishop of Winona-Rochester

By Edie Heipel 

Catholic News Agency 

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