Welcome to the parishes of St. Cecilia's in Nashwauk, MN and Mary Immaculate in Coleraine, MN.  We serve all of the communities on the US 169 corridor between Hibbing and Grand Rapids as well as the surrounding area.  Please take the time to look at our website for pertinent information for our parishes.  Whether you are a parishioner, are interested in becoming Catholic or coming back to the church, or a visitor to our parishes, you are most welcome to join us to worship our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ!  If you have any questions, please contact us by calling the office, by emailing, or stop by the office.  May God Bless you now and always.

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All are cordially invited to join us for our Christmas Eve and Christmas Day Masses!


Christmas Eve: 4:15 PM at St. Cecilia's in Nashwauk

                          7:00 PM at Mary Immaculate in Coleraine

Christmas Day: 9:00 AM at St. Cecilia's in Nashwauk


REMINDER: Because Sunday, December 24 is both the 4th Sunday of Advent and Christmas Eve this year, we have two obligations happening in close succession. Masses for the evening of Saturday, December 23 and the morning of the 24th (4th Sunday of Advent) will be our usual weekend schedule (see below). All Catholics are obliged to attend at least one Sunday Mass (Saturday evening or anytime Sunday), plus at least one Christmas Mass as listed above. You cannot attend only one Mass on Sunday and have it count for both obligations.


Sacrament of Reconciliation: Advent is a wonderful time to receive this Sacrament of Healing and be ready to properly celebrate the birth of our Lord. Click here to see our extended schedule of Reconciliation Times.

Bishop's Pastoral Letter

The following is a letter from Bishop Daniel Felton of the Diocese of Duluth that was read at Christmas Eve and Christmas Day Masses.

Dear Brothers and Sisters,

In the beginning was the Word and the Word became flesh and the flesh was called Jesus and God so loved the world that he sent His Son Jesus among us so that we might not perish but have eternal life! Game changer. Mic drop. Total reset.

On this Christmas Eve (Day), I am releasing my Pastoral Letter which is entitled, The Dawn from on High Shall Break upon us: Healing, Hope and Joy in Jesus. In our personal life, family, parish and community where we live, we endure much hurt, despair and tribulation. I bring you good news of great joy, which will come to all people; for to you is born this day a Savior, who is Christ the Lord. Jesus is healing. Jesus is hope. Jesus is joy.

The Pastoral Letter captures the over fifty Listening sessions that were held throughout our diocese as together we discerned in the Holy Spirit of Jesus our next step in to Mission. It is really the Holy Spirit Who has inspired the mission and vision for all of us moving forward. Truly, the dawn from on high is breaking upon us!

I invite you to read the Pastoral Letter by going to the Diocese of Duluth website. [It can also be found on our website here.]

May the healing, hope and joy of the Christmas Christ be with you and your loved ones,


Bishop Daniel J. Felton
Diocese of Duluth

You are also welcome to view a Christmas Message that the Bishop has posted to YouTube here.


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Mass Times

Weekend Masses
Saturday 4:15 PM St. Cecilia
Sunday 8:30 AM St. Cecilia
Sunday 10:30 AM Mary Immaculate

Weekday Masses
Tuesday 6:00 PM St. Cecilia
Wednesday 8:30 AM St. Cecilia
Thursday 8:30 AM Mary Immaculate
Friday 8:30 AM Mary Immaculate

Confessions -
Tuesday 5:00-5:30 pm St. Cecilia
Saturday 9:00-10:00 am Mary Immaculate
Saturday 3:30-4:00 pm St. Cecilia
1st Friday 4:00-5:00 pm Mary Immaculate
Any day by appointment

Office Hours

Monday: Closed
Tuesday: 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
Wednesday: 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
Thursday: 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
Friday: 10:00 am - 2:00 pm




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The following is a message from a couple from Bethlehem who have sold olive wood products in our parishes in the past:

The coronavirus pandemic has forced thousands of pilgrims to leave the Holy Land. The streets of Bethlehem and Jerusalem are empty for quite some time. The cancellation of pilgrimages having a serious repercussions for many Christian families. In the past, when the Holy Land experienced wartime conditions, some people managed to temporarily find an economic niche outside tourism. However, the pandemic measures have affected all business sectors, including olive wood industry, and everything to shut down. Even we as Holy Land Crafts & Pilgrimage group; are unable to lend them a hand during this difficult time because of the closures here in the U.S. Because our visit to your parish this year is unpredictable, we humbly ask you to visit our website WWW.HOLYLANDCRAFTS.NET and browse through the beautiful hand carved religious items. We value your support through these unprecedented times. May God bless you and keep you safe.

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