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Mass & Communion Guidelines are under the Community tab (top left side of this page) which is a drop down window. From there, go to: Covid Announcements.
Blessed Sacrament Adoration and Personal Prayer Time:
We have the opportunity to honor Jesus by visiting the Blessed Sacrament after Wednesday Mass, from 8:30am to 11:00AM.
At least 2 or 3 people should be present during adoration times. We are in need of regular weekly adorers, so that others who may not be as available can stop and pray when they are available.
Please prayerfully consider this special time with Jesus.
When planning a funeral, we request that your first step is to contact a funeral home. A funeral home will walk you through the steps needed in order to proceed during this difficult time. The funeral home will then contact Fr. Joe to finalize the date of funeral.
After a date has been set - Fr. Joe will contact the family to discuss the details of the Funeral Mass.
WELCOME TO ST. MARCUS CHURCH
Welcome, and thank you for visiting the St. Marcus Catholic Parish website. Located in Clear Lake, Minnesota, we are faith community rich in history and tradition. St. Marcus began in 1888 with 18 families and we are now a community of 430 families. We are twinned with St. Lawrence Parish of Duelm.
ABOUT ST. MARCUS
Since 1888, St. Marcus has served catholics in the local community. Learn about our community.
Discover the variety of ministry opportunities available at St. Marcus Catholic Church.
St. Marcus offers numerous opportunities for you to get involved and share your talents.
Questions about BAPTISMS, FUNERALS or WEDDINGS – Please call Fr. Joe at 320-743-2481, Extension 2.
NOTICE: WE ARE NOT TAKING HALL RENTAL APPLICATIONS AT THIS TIME.
Electronic Giving to St. Marcus
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