Reconciliation - Sunday
7:30-8:15 am and by


Updated April 8, 2020


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A Message from Fr. Don
April 8, 2020


Dear Parishioners,
I do not know about you but I am so ready to sing “Alleluia”! I think it is fair to say that due to the disruption in our lives due largely by the Coronavirus Pandemic, we are longing for messages of hope, something tangible to wrap ourselves around signaling a new start, a new beginning. We want to get “back on track”.
But let’s just pause for a moment and ask ourselves…”What do we mean when we say…”I just want to get back on track?  On a positive note we can say we are looking for some stability in our routines, a lessening of the anxiety of contracting a frightening virus, getting back to celebrating the sacraments in the life of the Church, reconnecting with family and friends and so forth, all that is good. But, if we are thinking we want everything to be the same as it was before all this pandemic stuff hit us that is not likely to happen.
So it is with our Lenten journey. The disciplines of Lent: prayer, almsgiving and fasting are meant to bring about a transformation, a change of heart. We cannot remain in “park” in our spiritual lives. The Spirit of the Lord is always calling us to yearn more deeply for what God has in mind for us, to trust not in the ways of the world, but rather in His ways.
This Pandemic has significantly disrupted our lives and the lives of millions of others around the world. The impact of this pandemic will be felt for a very long time. At the same time we should honestly look into our spiritual lives and ask …”Is there anything about this experience that has challenged me to look at the priorities in my life? What is Our Lord trying to say to me, our nation and world?
May the journey through the Holy Week Liturgies and Services draw us closer to the Day of Resurrection…”He is Alive!”  Alleluia!
Fr. Don Wagner
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A message from Bishop Kettler


Virtual Holy Week Retreat with the Archdiocese of Minneapolis and St. Paul



Previous messages from Fr. Don
March 25, 2020
March 19, 2020

April 8, 2020


Previous Masses with Fr.
March 29, 2020

April 5, 2020


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Isanti, MN 55040
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Fr. Donald Wagner



Deacon Gene Kramer



Office Hours:

8:00am - Noon


Religious Education Coordinator

Barb Karel




Religious Education Assistant

Cindy Thrippleton





Music Coordinator

Nancy Kastel-Avre



Mercy Chapel

Theresa Lawson





230 Fern Street

Cambridge, MN 55008


Mass Times:

Sun ~ 8:30am

Tue ~ 7:30am

Wed ~ 8:30am
Holy Days ~See the bulletin

Communion Service  Mon ~ 8:30am



Sunday, 7:30-8:15am or anytime by appointment



Mon Tue Wed~ 8:05am

Sunday~ 1/2 hr prior to Mass






We the people of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton’s in union with the diocese of Saint Cloud and the universal Catholic Church, profess and live out our faith in Jesus Christ. Our mission is to create community, preach the Word in good times and in bad, celebrate sacramental life and to welcome and serve the needs of all people.


Our mission is to live for the glory of God, and the salvation of souls:

To grow in our relationship with Jesus Christ and one another.
To proclaim the Good News of Jesus Christ.
To celebrate sacramental life.
To welcome and serve all people.