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Parish Pastoral Council Members:

Cathy Kray, Chair
Anna Mae Marschall, Vice- Chair
Bruce Stone, Secretary
Sarah Albright
Michele Klein
Kingsley Ohaegbula
Angie Newsom
David Weinand

Parishioners are encouraged to contact the PPC via this email:




Communion to Shut-ins

Shut-ins may receive communion on Sundays or during the week.  Either one of the parish befrienders or clergy from the parish visit and bring communion to those that are not able to get out for Mass.

Visits to the Sick and Home Bound

Our Pastoral Minister and outreach volunteers make regular visits to the  members of our parish family that are in the hospitals and home bound.  Please inform the parish office accordingly, so that the prayers and comforts of the church can be extended to our sick members.

Family Service/Funeral Luncheon

Sirba Hall is available for luncheons for the family and friends of a parishioner buried from our Church.  More information is available from the parish office. 

Loaves and Fishes - Dorothy Day Center

Our parish prepares and serves the noon meal at the Dorothy Day Center on the fourth Saturday of the month.

Prayer Network

This is an organized network of parishioners who respond in prayer to request for prayers of petition as well as thanksgiving.

Special Intention Basket

On the usher’s table in the narthex of the church, there are special intention slips for you to complete and drop in the basket before Mass. These will be brought to the altar during the Offertory and the Lector will ask that we pray for all the special intentions requested in the basket during the Prayers of the Faithful.


These trained and caring parishioners are commissioned to visit the hospitalized and homebound, the lonely, alienated and hurting. They minister to them in the name of the parish community, especially in time of need.

Green Tape

The last Sunday of the month is set aside for the collection of food, staples and money which is taken to a local food shelf. They are available to the people of our parish and the surrounding area.




We are a Catholic community which seeks to be a living sign of Jesus Christ in  His saving love for the kingdom.
Thus the people forming the parish family are  called by God to respond to this mission in unity with the Spirit, 
through  their worship, witnessing and service to one another.


Church of the Maternity of the Blessed Virgin
1414 North Dale Street · Saint Paul, Minnesota 55117
Parish Office Phone 651.489.8825  ·  Fax 651.488.4055


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