Hello & Welcome

The Catholic Church of Corpus Christi welcomes you and invites you to join us for Worship, Faith Formation and Community Outreach
Whatever your present status in the Catholic Church, whatever your current family or marital situation, whatever your past or present religious affiliation, whatever your personal history, background, race or color, sexual orientation, whatever your self-esteem…you are invited, welcomed, accepted, loved and respected by the Catholic Community of Corpus Christi.
Let us know your needs, your hopes, your gifts.
There is a place for you here.
The Catholic Church of Corpus Christi, a welcoming parish community, makes Christ present through sharing his message, celebrating the liturgy, and challenging members to practice justice, peace and charity.

The Mass Schedule

Weekends: Sun 10:30 am & 6 pm Weekend Masses Temporarily Suspended
Daily: Mon 8:00 am, Tues 6:30 pm & Wed noon
Daily Masses will be limited to 10 people each.
Please call the parish office at 651-639-8888 to sign up.

Latest News

(updated 10-28-20)

Daily Mass
In-person daily Masses are offered on Mondays at 8:00am, Tuesdays at 6:30pm, and Wednesdays at noon. Masses will be limited to 10 people. Register using the sign-up genius link below.

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Small Groups
We are open to small groups of 10 or less. Groups will need to schedule gatherings through the Parish Office by e-mailing office@ccmn.org or calling 651-639-8888. Scheduling precedence will be given to parish-sponsored events. Groups will need to adhere to strict COVID-19 safety protocols including wearing masks, physically distancing, and maintaining a log of those that attended each meeting for tracing purposes.

Worship At Home
You can watch and participate with the Mass from the safety of your home. Click on the YouTube video below. We will continue to update the Worship At Home materials, found below, if you prefer to create your own Sunday worship experience. In addition, we are offering Walk-Up Holy Communion on Sunday mornings, 9:30-10:30am. See below for details!

Walk-Up Holy Communion
We are now offering parishioners a chance to receive Holy Communion from 9:30 am to 10:30 am every Sunday. This is not an obligation but rather an invitation.
  1. Masks are required and when you arrive come to the East side of the walkway and enter Door 4, maintaining social distancing of 6 feet between households.
  2. Please use the hand sanitizer provided as you reach the doorway and make sure to remove any gloves.
  3. From a safe distance just inside the doors to the Gathering Space, Fr. Michael will lead you through a brief time of prayer and then reception of the Eucharist.
  4. Communion is to be received in-the-hand only, to avoid accidental cross contamination.
  5. Please keep your mask on until you have received and responded “Amen”, then step to the side, lift your mask to consume the Eucharist.
  6. You will then exit straight through the West door and return to your vehicle for a brief moment of prayer.

At this time, we are allowing people to bring a pyx to bring Holy Communion to those in their households only to avoid cross contamination. After step 5, let Fr. Michael know that you have this need.

As this is a new practice for all of us, adjustments may happen. We appreciate your flexibility in this time. All of us on staff and everyone we have talked with look forward to a time when we can gather around the Lord’s table again as one family. Until that time, we are trying new ways to meet the needs of the community.

Second COVID-19 Parish Survey
We have a survey to check in with how you and your family are doing during this time. This survey will ask the same questions as the survey that we took back in May. We heard from over 100 people at that time and the results are published on our website (under the COVID-19 tab). That information was very helpful to us and we would like to gain an understanding of where you are now, 4 months later. Please take a moment to let us know how best to serve you at this time.

Create your own user feedback survey

Don’t forget to check the Weekly Bulletin for additional events and more details.

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