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Mass Schedule

(Holy Days as announced)

Sunday 8:00 AM, 9:30 AM, 11:00 AM (High)

Monday - Thursday 12:15 PM

Friday 7:00 PM ~ Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament from 5:30 PM – 6:45 PM

Saturday 9:00 AM ~ Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament on First Saturdays from 7:30 AM - 8:45 AM


Heard 30 minutes before Daily Mass, 45 minutes before Sunday Masses

+All Masses and Sacraments are celebrated according to the Usus Antiquior (Traditional Form) of the Roman Rite

Served by the Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter

Fr. Christopher Pelster, FSSP Fr. Daniel Mould, FSSP

Pastor Associate Pastor

435 4th Street NE Minneapolis, MN 55413 ~ (612) 379-4996

Parish Email: [emailprotected] - Parish Website:

Filiae Laboris Mariae Sisters - Mother Maria Regina, FLM, Superior

428 5th Street NE Minneapolis, MN 55413 ~ (612) 353-6343

Sixteenth Sunday After Pentecost| September 12, 2021

Jesus spoke to the lawyers and Pharisees, saying,

“Is it lawful to heal on the Sabbath day or not?” But they were silent.

Jesus took him and healed him and sent him away.

From Today’s Gospel: Luke 14:3-4�

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The month of September is dedicated to the Seven Sorrows of Mary.

+Sunday, September 12

Sixteenth Sunday After Pentecost, II Class Green

8:00 AM Mr. Ragan Smith

9:30 AM Eric Flaherty

11:00 AM Pro Populo (LOW Mass today)

Epistle: Ephesians 3:13-21 Gospel: Luke 14:1-11

+Monday, September 13 Green

Feria, IV Class

12:15 PM Alfonso and Karla Chavez, Carlos, Diego,

and Aidee Chavez; Aljandra Campos

Epistle: Ephesians 3:13-21 Gospel: Luke 14:1-11

+Tuesday, September 14 Red

The Exaltation of the Holy Cross, II Class

12:15 PM (sung) Daniel and Ines Aguiar Family; Eddie and

Rachel Herrera Family; Fr. Michael Malain, FSSP; Fr. Scott Allen,

FSSP; Fr. Alex Stewart, FSSP; Fr. Peter Bauknecht, FSSP; Mother

Teresa of St. Augustine, OCD; Mother Elizabeth of the Trinity,

OCD; Sr. Maria Regina of Jesus, ODC; Sr. Maria Angeles of the Holy

Angels, OCD

Epistle: Philippians 2:5-11 Gospel: John 12:31-36

This feast was originally celebrated solely to honor the anniversary of the discovery of

the Cross by St. Helena and the dedication of the basilicas consecrated at Jerusalem on

September 14, 335 on the sites of the Holy Sepulchre and Calvary. At a later date,

however, some confusion about the object of the celebration caused the day to be

regarded as the commemoration of another event – the return of the Holy Cross by

the Persians in 629. It had been carried off in 614 on the occasion of a Persian

victory and brought back in triumph by the Emperor Heraclius who had defeated the

Persian armies.

+Wednesday, September 15 White

Seven Sorrows of the Blessed Virgin Mary, II Class

12:15 PM (sung) Zachary Ochsenbauer; Christopher,

Janet, Jacinta, Kristin, Christian, Oliver, John, and Chris Schmitt, Jr

Lesson: Judith 13:22-25 Gospel: John 19:25-27

The feast of our Lady’s sorrows has its origin in Christian devotion which finds it

fitting to associate her with the Passion of her Son. The Church, commemorating

Mary’s sufferings, emphasizes her great and courageous love, which caused her to be

so closely associated with the work of our Redemption. By offering her Son for us,

she became our Mother and we became her children.

+Thursday, September 16 Red

St. Cornelius, Pope and St. Cyprian, Bishop, Martyrs, III Class

12:15 PM Michael and Lisa Bushey

Lesson: Wisdom 3:1-8 Gospel: Luke21:9-19

Pope Cornelius, after a pontificate of two years troubled by a schism of the first anti

-pope, Novatian, died in exile in 253. St. Cyprian, a former lawyer, converted and

became bishop of Carthage in northern Africa. He loved the Church ardently and

fought and suffered for her. In the thick of persecution he encouraged the faithful to

face martyrdom and was himself beheaded in 258 on the day Pope Cornelius’ relics

were transferred to Rome.

+Friday, September 17 Green

Feria, IV Class

7:00 PM Justin Wolfgram

Epistle: Ephesians 3:13-21 Gospel: Luke 14:1-11

Parish Staff and Apostolate Contacts

Pastor + Fr. Pelster: 612-379-4996, ext. 2

Associate Pastor + Fr. Mould: 612-379-4996, ext. 3

Sacramental Emergency 612-379-4996, ext. 8

Parish Office + Sr. Maria Josepha: 612-379-4996, ext.0,


Director of Music +Jacob Flaherty: 612-379-4996, ext. 4,


St. Stephen’s Altar Server Guild + Alan Young 612-597-2934

+ Kurt Greene

All Saints Homeschool Co-op and Catechesis

Director: + Sibyl Niemann [emailprotected]

Board Members: Jeni Bradac, Chad Cmejla, Jacob Flaherty, Michael

Hagler, Candice Oglesbee, Brett Thoreson [emailprotected]

Safe Environment Coordinator: [emailprotected]

All Saints 20’s and 30’s Group +Sylvia Michael See Flocknotes

St. Joseph Men’s Guild +Nathan Aamot See Flocknotes

Queen of All Saints Sodality +Kirstin Matlock See Flocknotes

St. Rita’s Women’s Group +Sr. Maria Josepha and FLM Sisters See Flocknotes

Catechesis of the Good Shepherd +Anne Schneiderjan See Flocknotes

Grocery Apostolate +Karen Hastreiter See Flocknotes

Parish Bookkeeper +James Hentges Parish Cleaning +Sarah Berglof

Food Outreach + Deanna Loomis: 917-837-6119, [emailprotected]

To sign up for and receive information about/prom any of the parish’s groups/apostolates

simply do one of the following:

1. Text ’COAS’ to 84576 and follow the prompts.

2. Go to and follow the prompts.

+Saturday, September 18 White

St. Joseph of Cupertino, Confessor, III Class

9:00 AM Gladys and +Clarence Orbeck; +Arnold,

+John, +Madalyn, and +Elizabeth Wehseler; +Anthony, +Arnold,

and +Elizabeth Thelen; +Thomas Sievert

Epistle: 1 Corinthians 13:1-8 Gospel: Matthew 22:1-14

A Coventual Franciscan, he strove to remain attached to the Cross by the nails of

complete poverty, heroic obedience, and angelic purity, but God, who exalts the

humble, caused this lay brother to be made a priest. He wrought such miracles that

he implored heaven to withdraw from him the remarkable powers which he was

endowed. He died in Italy in 1663.

+Sunday, September 19

Seventeenth Sunday After Pentecost, II Class Green

8:00 AM Sharon Rosbury

9:30 AM Arthur, Patrick, and Thomas Skrzek

11:00 AM Pro Populo (High Mass)

Epistle: Ephesians 4:1-6 Gospel: Matthew 22:34-46


+ The parish picnic is today at Weaver Lake Park,

8401 Dunkirk Ln. N. Maple Grove, MN 55311

+The first Children’s Choir Mass will be on Sunday, September

19 at the 9:30 AM Mass. Any children who can read English text,

ages 8-13 (unchanged voices only) can join. Email Jacob Flaherty.

+Collection: Thurs. Aug. 26 - Wed. Sept. 1: $9623.69

Thurs. Sept. 2 - Wed. Sept. 8: $7636.34; May God reward you!

+The Filiae Laboris Mariae will be receiving a postulant and a can-

didate on the Feast of the Exaltation of the Cross. Erin Wells will

begin the postulancy and Jillian Prater will begin candidacy. All of

our youngest Sisters come to us from apostolates of FSSP: Sr.

Katherine from Immaculate Conception Church in Omaha, NE;

Sr. Erin from Sacred Heart Parish in Fort Wayne, IN; Jillian from

St. John Mary Vianney in Maple Hill, KS. Please pray for them!

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Keeping All These Things -

A Weekly Bulletin Reflection from the Filiae Laboris Mariae Sisters

In Honor of Our Lady’s Tears - Sr. Joanna Marie, F.L.M.

Two important feasts are situated at the heart of September:

The Exaltation of the Holy Cross on September 14 and the Seven

Sorrows of the Blessed Virgin Mary on September 15.

The Filiae Laboris Mariae have a special devotion to Our Lady of

Sorrows. This is expressed primarily through our daily praying of

the Via Crucis (Way of the Cross) and by wearing on our cincture

(belt) the rosary of Our Lady of Sorrows and praying it

communally each Friday.

The rosary of Our Lady of Sorrows begins with the Confiteor, in

recognition of the role our sins have in Our Lady’s sufferings.

Next are prayed seven groups of One Our Father and seven Hail

Marys. Each of these is dedicated to meditating upon one of the

chief sorrows of Our Lady.

In the first sorrow of Our Lady, we contemplate the prophecy

of Simeon in the temple (Lk 2:34-35). Simeon prophecies that a

sword shall pierce Our Lady’s heart so that the thoughts of many

hearts may be revealed.

In the second sorrow of Our Lady, we contemplate the flight

into Egypt (Mt 2:13). The Holy Family was driven into a pagan

land, far from home, due to violent threats against Jesus’ life.

In the third sorrow of Our Lady, we contemplate the loss of the

Child Jesus in the temple when He was twelve years old (Lk 2:43-

45). For three days Our Lady and Saint Joseph sorrowfully

searched for Him. This prefigured the three days He would lie in

the tomb.

In the fourth sorrow of Our Lady, we contemplate her meeting

Jesus on His way to Calvary. This meeting must have caused

VEXILLA REGIS - A Hymn for the Feast of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross (celebrated on Tuesday)

Vexilla Regis was written by Venantius Fortunatus (530-609) and is considered one of the greatest hymns of the liturgy.

Fortunatus wrote it in honor of the arrival of a large relic of the True Cross which had been sent to Queen Radegunda by the

Emperor Justin II and his Empress Sophia. Queen Radegunda had retired to a convent she had built near Poitiers and was seeking out

relics for the church there. To help celebrate the arrival of the relic, the Queen asked Fortunatus to write a hymn for the procession

of the relic to the church.

The hymn has, thus, a strong connection with the Cross and is fittingly sung at Vespers from Passion Sunday to Holy Thursday and

on the Feast of the Triumph of the Cross. (Note that verses two, seven, and eight are not translated from the same source).

immense sorrow for both. To see someone we love suffering can

be the greatest suffering.

In the fifth sorrow of Our Lady, we contemplate her standing

at the foot of the Cross (Jn 19:25). Her eyes heart missed no de-

tail of His suffering and death. When His side was pierced with a

lance, her heart was pierced by an interior sword and Simeon’s

prophecy was fulfilled.

In the sixth sorrow of Our Lady, we contemplate Jesus being

taken down from the cross (Mt 27:57-59). How heavy her heart

must have been as she cradled His lifeless Body in her arms, re-

calling when she had held Him as an infant, wrapped in swaddling


In the seventh sorrow of Our Lady, we contemplate the burial

of Jesus (Jn 19:40-42). We recall the stillness and silence of the

dark tomb and Our Lady’s suffering as the tomb was sealed.

At the conclusion of the meditation upon the seven sorrows,

we pray three Hail Mary’s in honor of Our Lady’s tears. How

beautiful Our Lady’s tears are in the sight of God! They were

perfect tears—shed for pure love and sorrow for sin. We can

unite our own sometimes imperfect tears with her perfect ones

and offer them also to God.

Finally, we pray a collect prayer asking Our Lord to listen to

the intercession of His Sorrowful Mother on our behalf and con-

clude with an Our Father, Hail Mary, and Glory Be for the good

intentions of the Holy Father.

Praying the rosary of Our Lady of Sorrows is a powerful way to

deepen our love for Jesus and form our hearts after our Mother’s

Sorrowful and Immaculate Heart. You can find these rosaries and

instructional prayer cards in the All Saints’ bookstore. Our Lady of

Sorrows, pray for us!

ABROAD the regal banners fly,

now shines the Cross's mystery:

upon it Life did death endure,

and yet by death did life procure.

His body pierced by nails;

He holds out his hands, the wounds,

Here is the victim sacrificed

for our redemption.

Who, wounded with a direful spear,

did purposely to wash us clear

from stain of sin, pour out a flood

That which the prophet-king of old

hath in mysterious verse foretold,

is now accomplished, whilst we see

God ruling the nations from a Tree.

O lovely and refulgent Tree,

adorned with purpled majesty;

culled from a worthy stock, to bear

those limbs which sanctified were.

Blest Tree, whose happy branches bore

the wealth that did the world restore;

the beam that did that Body weigh

You pour out a sweet scent from Your bark;

Your victory comes with the odor of nectar;

Rejoicing in your fertile fruit

You cheer in noble triumph.

Hail altar, hail Victim;

For the glory of His suffering

by which life endured death

and gave back life in death.

Hail Cross, of hopes the most sublime!

Now, on this most triumphant day

grant to the just increase of grace,

Blest Trinity, salvation’s spring may every soul Thy praises sing;

to those Thou grantest conquest by the Holy Cross, rewards supply.


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Where in the Bible is he sent his word and healed them? ›

Psalms 107:20 King James Version (KJV)

He sent his word, and healed them, And delivered them from their destructions.

What happened to Jesus after he was captured? ›

The arrest led immediately to his trial before the Sanhedrin, during which they condemned him to death and handed him to Pontius Pilate the following morning. In Christian theology, the events from the Last Supper until the crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus are referred to as the Passion.

Where in the Bible does it say Jesus healed? ›

Matthew 4:23-25 New Living Translation (NLT)

And he healed every kind of disease and illness. News about him spread as far as Syria, and people soon began bringing to him all who were sick. And whatever their sickness or disease, or if they were demon possessed or epileptic or paralyzed—he healed them all.

Who did Jesus heal immediately in the Bible? ›

The Gospels state that while heading to Jairus's house, Jesus was approached by a woman who had been bleeding for 12 years and that she touched Jesus's cloak (fringes of his garment) and was instantly healed. Jesus turned about and, when the woman came forward, said, "Daughter, your faith has healed you, go in peace".

What is Jeremiah 30-17? ›

Jeremiah 30:17 In-Context

Those who plunder you will be plundered; all who make spoil of you I will despoil. 17 But I will restore you to health and heal your wounds,' declares the LORD, 'because you are called an outcast, Zion for whom no one cares.

What does Matthew 8:17 say? ›

In the King James Version of the Bible the text reads: That it might be fulfilled which was spoken by Esaias the prophet, saying, Himself took our infirmities, and bare our sicknesses.

How did Jesus suffer spiritually? ›

Jesus' sufferings were more than just physical. He experienced the full range of human suffering, to the greatest extent: He was betrayed: “Judas, would you betray the Son of Man with a kiss?” (Luke 22:48). He was taken captive: “Then they came up and laid hands on Jesus and seized him” (Matthew 26:50).

What are the seven sufferings of Jesus? ›

After reflecting on the Seven Sorrows (the Prophecy of Simeon and Anna, the Flight into Egypt, the Loss of the Child Jesus, the Condemnation of Jesus, the Crucifixion, the Retrieval of Jesus' Body from the Cross, and the Burial of Jesus), I found them remarkably relevant to our world today.

What skin disease did Jesus heal? ›

Jesus is said to have healed persons affected by leprosy and there are a handful of people throughout the Old Testament who are said to have had leprosy. In ancient times, leprosy was a 'catchall' term for any disease that particularly affected the skin.

What is a powerful verse for healing? ›

Psalm 147:3: “He heals the brokenhearted and binds up their wounds.” Psalm 30:2: “Lord my God, I called to You for help, and You healed me.” Psalm 91:9-14: “If you say, 'The Lord is my refuge,' and you make the Most High your dwelling, no harm will overtake you, no disaster will come near your tent.

Who was Jesus first healing? ›

Those in the house asked Jesus to help her and he bent over her and rebuked the fever. She got up at once and began to wait on them (Luke 4:38-39). We believe the above account marks the beginning of Jesus' healings, starting with the healing of Simon Peter's mother-in-law.

Which disciple did Jesus not heal? ›

Jesus explains that Little James is able to give a unique and special testimony as someone who believes even though he hasn't been healed. This scene is not described in the Bible, but it has echoes of Paul's conversation with God in 2 Corinthians 12:7-10.

Who did Jesus give power to heal? ›

Jesus gives the disciples powers to heal. The ability of one miracle worker to train others is found in the Old Testament as well, such as the education of the Elisha by Elijah.

Who did Jesus heal that couldn't walk? ›

Healing the paralytic at Capernaum is one of the miracles of Jesus in the synoptic Gospels (Matthew 9:1–8, Mark 2:1–12, and Luke 5:17–26).

What does he sent forth his word and healed them mean? ›

“He sent his word, and healed them…” (Psalm 107:20). The Word is an instrument in God's healing process. It is the written Word being preached and proclaimed and applied in a given situation that is the key.

When Jesus spoke the word "and they were healed"? ›

Psalms 107:20 in Other Translations

20 He sent out his word and healed them, snatching them from the door of death. 20 He spoke the word that healed you, that pulled you back from the brink of death. 20 He sent His word and healed them; He rescued them from the Pit.

Who did Jesus heal with a word? ›

When Jesus had entered Capernaum, a centurion came to him, asking for help. "Lord," he said, "my servant lies at home paralyzed, suffering terribly." Jesus said to him, "Shall I come and heal him?" The centurion replied, "Lord, I do not deserve to have you come under my roof. But just say the word.

Where in the Bible does it say the word of God is healing? ›

Jeremiah 1:12: Then said the Lord unto me, Thou hast well seen: for I will hasten my word to perform it. Jeremiah 17:14: Heal me, O Lord, and I shall be healed; save me, and I shall be saved: for thou art my praise. Jeremiah 30:17: For I will restore health unto thee, and I will heal thee of thy wounds, saith the Lord.


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