Mass Times, Liturgies & Sacraments

Chapel of St. Edward's Catholic Church Bloomington MN

All Are Welcome

Sunday Masses

Saturday Vigil Mass: 5:00pm
Sunday Masses: 8:30am & 10:30am
Rosary: 8:00am Sundays in May & October (only)

In the Chapel

Monday: 6:30pm Rosary
Tuesday: 6:30pm Mass*
*Sacrament of Anointing is offered the first Tuesday of every month at the 6:30pm Mass.
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday: 9:00am Mass
First Saturdays: 9:00am Mass
Sunday: 7:15pm Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament*
*Exception: On the Most Holy Body & Blood of Christ, May 29th, Eucharistic Adoration from 11:30am to 5:00pm (not at 7:15pm)

Reconciliation

Saturdays: Noon to 1:00pm
By Appointment: Contact Fr. Brian

Anointing of the Sick

Anointing of the Sick – is offered on the first Tuesday of every month at the 6:30pm Mass; for a private anointing, contact Fr. Brian.
If you or a family member are ill or in the hospital – and want a visit or need the Sacrament of Anointing, please call Fr. Brian, Pastor, or Deacon Jim DeShane, Director of Pastoral Care, at 952-835-7101 to schedule a visit. St. Edward’s Church also has trained Stephen Ministers who would be happy to make hospital visits.

Baptism

Baptisms are available during Mass on the 2nd weekend of each month or privately at any time arranged with the Pastor. Call the parish office at (952) 835-7101 for more information.

Marriage

For information about Marriage preparation and weddings at St. Edward’s, please contact Deacon Jim DeShane, Director of Pastoral Care & Marriage Coordinator at (952) 835-7101, ext. 220. Six months to one year of preparation time is required for this sacrament.

First Sacraments

For information about 1st Reconciliation and/or 1st Eucharist Preparation for children and youth, click here.

Confirmation

For information about Confirmation Preparation, click here.

RCIA: Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults

Father Brian offers RCIA to adults who would like to learn more about our Catholic/Christian faith, which includes the unbaptized, those of another Christian faith, and those Catholics who simply desire a “refresher” course in our Catholic faith. For more information, feel welcome to contact Fr. Brian. RCIA is an integral part of our ongoing formation.