• Frassati 5K Run/Walk – Friday, September 20

    Join Frassati Catholic Academy for their 3rd Annual Frassati 5k Run/Walk and the Kids/Family 1/2 Mile Fun Run/Walk on Friday, September 20. This event raises funds to support scholarships and operating costs at Frassati Catholic Academy, while promoting health and community in White Bear Lake.

    Frassati 5K Run/Walk $30

    Kids/Family 1/2 Mile Fun Run/Walk $15

    Register Today at www.Frassati5K.com.

    5K prices go up to $35 starting September 16.



    Ministry of Prayer
    When parishioners are facing challenges, we are often unsure how to help. Prayer, in a variety of forms, is a very powerful way we can help fellow parishioners. To learn more about how you can help, contact Casey Green at 651.429.7771 or cjgreen@stmarys-wbl.org.

    • Prayer Network – Support the intentions and special needs of parishioners through prayer.
    • Prayer Shawl – Provide comfort to those in need through knitting, crocheting and distributing prayer shawls.
    • Rosary Makers – Spread the joy of the rosary through making and repairing rosaries for those in the community.
    • Vigil for Life – Pray for the dignity and respect of all human life in the Blessed Sacrament Chapel.

    Senior Programming
    Senior citizens play an important role in the parish and the larger church. How can you become involved with our senior community?

    We are in need of volunteers to bring the Blessed Sacrament, prayers and fellowship to residents of local senior apartments and care centers. We’re also in need of volunteers to serve as one-on-one “companions for the day” at The Gathering, a weekly respite program for caregivers to those with early to mid-term memory loss.

    Our senior parishioners may have challenges attending Mass on a regular basis or staying informed of parish activities. Volunteers are needed to connect with these parishioners at least annually to inform them of parish news, pray with them and listen.

    And – if you are a born organizer who loves to plan events, we are in need of people to plan socially and spiritually enriching programs for seniors.

    To learn more, contact Casey Green at 651.429.7771 or cjgreen@stmarys-wbl.org.

    Social Justice
    As part of St. Mary’s mission to Know, Follow and Share Jesus, we are called to act with justice in our local community. Opportunities to help promote social justice are available within our parish. To learn more, contact Casey Green at 651.429.7771 or cjgreen@stmarys-wbl.org.

    • Human Trafficking – Help eradicate human trafficking through education and advocacy and support victims of human trafficking through charitable drives.
    • Legislative Action – Work with other faith-based organizations to advance the Catholic justice tradition in local, state and federal legislation.
    • Fair Trade – Sell fair trade certified products (coffee, chocolates, etc.) after Mass on a monthly basis.
    • Hope for the Journey – Provide hospitality to families experiencing homelessness through providing meals, playing games and engaging with families. Hope for the Journey is located at Guardian Angels Church in Oakdale.
    • Habitat for Humanity – Construct and repair homes for low-income families and provide hospitality for the work crews.

    Youth going into fourth grade and older are invited to serve the parish as altar servers. We will have a training session Wednesday, August 14 at 12:30 pm. Call the parish office to sign up or email mbjambor@stmarys-wbl.org.

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  • FALL FESTIVAL – Sunday, September 15

    For more information view the – Fall Festival 2019 Details

    St. Mary’s is now taking registrations for Confirmation and First Reconciliation/First Eucharist. Please register as soon as possible and pay when the programs begin.. Forms can be mailed in, put in the collection basket at church, scanned and emailed, or brought to the office. Proof of baptism is required before the program begins. According to diocesan policy, proof of baptism must be a newly issued baptism certificate. Contact the parish where your child was baptized. For more information contact Mary Beth Jambor mbjambor@stmarys-wbl.org or see the parish website https://stmarys-wbl.org/worship-sacraments/.
    Please join us for coffee and refreshments as we listen and discuss discipleship and small group opportunities for the fall with Samantha Hagel, Director of Mission. She will explain how this fits the mission of St. Mary’s and will answer all questions regarding this topic. August 27, 2019 in the St. Joseph Room immediately after 8:00 AM Mass.


    • Fused Youth Mission Trip: July 28 – August 3 (Illinois)
    • Vacation Bible School: August 12-16 at the Parish Life Center
    • SummerFest Summer Concert: August 17, 6:00 PM, outdoors at the Parish Life Center
  • Catholic Podcasts – Listen Now
    Looking for Catholic Podcasts to listen to when on the go! We have a few recommendations for you highlighting a variety of timely, inspirational and educational topics.


  • High School Mission Trip 2019 Registration

    All youth 9th grade and older and adult chaperones are welcome to be a part of the High School Mission Trip, a life-changing faith and service experience. Applications, calendars and FAQs are on the Workcamp page.

    Registration is a;ways open! We get to know each other over the year and create lasting bonds on the Mission Trip. Not sure if the Mission Trip is for you? Want to know all the details? Contact Justin Kelly to learn more about the Mission Trip. Don’t forget friends are welcome to join us! jkelly@stmarys-wbl.org or 651-429-7771

  • Join the Choir: Thursdays, 7:00 PM

    The Choir returns after its summer hiatus! Weekly Thursday night practices begin in September. The Choir sings at the 9:00 AM Mass most Sundays, through May.

    If you are interested in singing with the Choir, please contact Liz Racine.

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