Reconciliation - by appointment only during this time of COVID-19.


Updated June 4, 2020


Mercy Chapel is closed until further notice


A letter from Minnesota Catholic bishops' regarding resumption of public Mass


Coming Soon: Mass June 7, 2020 Most Holy Trinity
There will be weekday Mass beginning Tuesday, May 26th, and public weekend Mass May 31st. There will be limited seating capacity. Use of face masks ill be encouraged. We will continue to have Mass available on line. As recommended by Minnesota department of Health, it is suggested anyone over 65 and those with underlying health conditions or if you or anyone in the household is exhibiting COVID-19 symptoms, that you please stay home.


Message from Fr. Don
June 2, 2020


Dear Parishioners,


It was great to celebrate the Sunday Eucharist with parishioners present in church this past weekend. As we attempted to live stream the Mass on Sunday for those unable to join us, we had our glitches, but in the end it came to fruition. As mentioned during the announcements at Mass, Bishop Kettler has dispensed the obligation to participate in the Sunday Mass until further notice. If you are unable to view our parish Mass there are the options of the Diocesan Mass, EWTN Mass, and other recorded Masses. Most importantly let the Day of the Lord be a special day of prayer and reflection on the scripture readings of the day.


All of us have been impacted by the protesting and rioting triggered by the death of George Floyd. It is imperative that we pray for “ALL” persons involved. We pray for justice and an end to senseless destructive behavior. It is tremendously encouraging to see how many in the communities impacted by violence are working together to rebuild their neighborhoods, businesses and the larger communities.


Covid-19 concerns remain as we seek to resume the celebration of parish liturgies and other parish events. On June 9th there will be a Zoom Meeting of interested parishioners in how we should proceed regarding our parish festivals. Call the parish office for details.


If you are planning a baptism, wedding or funeral, please call the parish office as the protocols that are in place for the Celebration of the Eucharist are also in place for the celebration of these sacraments and liturgies.


Lastly, I received an update today from Bishop Kettler encouraging the use of face masks during the celebration of the Eucharist. We may be carriers of the virus and not even be aware of it. Washing of hands and use of sanitizer will help control the spread of the virus significantly.


We have entered Ordinary Time in the Church Liturgical Calendar but for the next couple of Sunday’s we will be celebrating two special solemnities, The Most Holy Trinity and The Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ. May the Holy Spirit of Pentecost prepare our hearts and souls to embrace these mysteries of Faith.


In Christ,


Fr. Don Wagner



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

April 8, 2020

Easter April 12, 2020

April 15, 2020
April 21, 2020
April 23, 2020
April 29, 2020
May 5, 2020
May 12, 2020
May 26, 2020
June 2, 2020

207 Whiskey Road NW
Isanti, MN 55040
Map & Directions >>


Phone: 763-444-4035
Fax: 763-444-6019




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 ~ 7:30am
Holy Days ~See the bulletin

Communion Service  Mon ~ 8:30am



***Currently by appointment only***



on hold due to Covid-19






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.