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Traditional Latin Masses in the Twin Cities

February 1, 2014 | 15 Comments

I will keep this page updated with Traditional Latin Masses in the Twin Cities, Minnesota. Feel free to let me know if there are some that I have missed or times have changed since posting. LAST UPDATED: 7/31/2018

St. Agnes (
535 W Thomas Ave
St. Paul, MN
Sundays: 7:30 AM (Latin Extraordinary Form Low Mass)

St. Augustine (
408 3rd St N
St. Paul, MN 55075
Sundays: 10:00 AM (Latin)
Saturdays: 8:00 AM (Latin)

Holy Trinity (
749 6th Avenue S
St. Paul, MN
Mondays: 5:15 PM
Tuesdays: 8 AM
Wednesdays: 5:15 PM
Thursdays: 8 AM
Fridays: 12 PM

All Saints (served by the FSSP) (
435 4th St NE
Minneapolis, MN 55413
Sunday: 8:30 AM (Low) & 10:30 AM (High w/ Choir)
Monday: 7:30 PM
Tuesday: 6:30 AM & 12:15 PM
Wednesday: 6:30 AM & 12:15 PM
Thursday: 6:30 AM & 12:15 PM
Friday: 6:30 AM (7:00 PM on First Fridays)
Saturday: 8:00 AM
Holy Days & First Fridays: 12:15 PM & 7:00 PM

Sacred Heart (
4087 West Broadway
Robbinsdale, MN 55422
Sunday: 11:30 AM

Church of St. Raphael (
7301 Bass Lake Road
Crystal, MN 55428
Friday: 7:00 PM (First Fridays)

St. Mark ()
350 Atwood St S
Shakopee, MN
Saturday: 9:00 AM (First Saturdays)

15 people are talking about “Traditional Latin Masses in the Twin Cities

  1. I’ve been back to Mpls area the last 5 months off & on since my mother passed away January 13, 2015 — I don’t care to go to my family parish for Mass because I hardly feel at home there. Seems like a liberal attitude. I love my Denver parish and our pastor does not mince words.
    I thought the Basillica had a Latin Mass though.

    • I’m sorry to hear of your mother’s passing, may eternal light shine upon her face.

      From what I know, the Basilica does not have a Latin Mass. I just looked at their website and do not see any mention of it. Though, I do know it is not uncommon for a parish to have a Latin Mass and not advertise it, so who knows?

    • Sorry for your loss. If you are still here(in MN), go to St. Raphael in Crystal. Father Altier is wonderful. He conducts every other Sunday mass and has the best homilies you will ever hear. He also conducts a Latin mass every Friday. Another wonderful priest(never minces words) is Father Echert at St. Augustine’s in South Saint Paul. Latin Mass every Sunday. You will not be disappointment by either of these priests.

  2. TLM at St. Agnes? I used to attend there until the pastor and I had a conversation. Because they had a picture of the Divine Mercy in Church, I told him that the Divine Mercy devotion was twice refused as supernatural by Rome. In addition, it takes away from Mary as the Mother of Mercy and the Holy Rosary by praying it on the same beads. Why do we need a secretary of mercy, faustina, when we have Mary? We do not.

    I also asked him about Lumen Gentium 16 which states that all 3 monotheistic religions worship the same God. Then I said that one of the three put Jesus in hell floating in His own excrement and the other views Him as a prophet. Only one of the three believe in the Holy Trinity, so how can they worship the same God. His response was they do.

    They also offer the invalid novus ordor “new order” Mass. No way the Mass at St. Agnes is authentic. It is just another Church of white washed stones.

    Read Matthew 24 and 2 Thessalonians 2 and Daniel regarding the failure of the eternal sacrifice.

    This protestant gets it, when most Catholics do not:

    The novus ordor church is not Catholic. Who put Boodah on the tabernacle? JPII How evil is this?

    Are you also deceived?

    Satan comes as an angel of light, not a red horned being with a pitchfork.

  3. St. Thomas the Apostle (actually in Corcoran, not Hamel) no longer offers a traditional Latin mass. Fr. Gallas, the only priest at the parish trained to offer the mass in Latin was recently reassigned.

    • Hi Mike,

      Thanks for reminding me to update this. I had meant to do this when I had heard Fr. Gallas was no longer going to be at the parish, but was hopeful that maybe he’d be a travelling priest. Oh well. It was a great Mass.

      God bless,

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