The revival is set to begin next June and will culminate in a National Eucharistic Congress hosted by the Archdiocese of Indianapolis July 17-21, 2024.
Bishops’ excitement about eucharistic revival called ‘work of Holy Spirit’
Archbishop Hebda encourages prayers, peace after fatal police shooting
After a night of protests and vandalism April 11 in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota, following the police shooting of Daunte Wright, Archbishop Bernard A. Hebda of St. Paul and Minneapolis urged prayers for justice and peace.
Archbishop Hebda blesses, prays for the sick and suffering, city and state
Archbishop Bernard A. Hebda prayed over the city of St. Paul March 27 for the sick and suffering and those who care for them.
Archbishop Hebda to conduct further investigation on Crookston bishop
The Vatican Congregation for Bishops has authorized Archbishop Bernard Hebda of St. Paul and Minneapolis to further investigate claims that Bishop Michael Hoeppner of Crookston, Minnesota, interfered with an investigation of clerical sexual misconduct, according to a Feb. 4 statement from the archdiocese.
Archbishop Nienstedt’s ministry restricted in Minnesota archdiocese
Archbishop Bernard A. Hebda of St. Paul and Minneapolis said Dec. 14 that until “all open allegations are resolved,” his predecessor, Archbishop John C. Nienstedt, is not free to exercise public ministry in the archdiocese.
Archbishop Hebda to celebrate Mass Oct. 23 at St. John’s
Archbishop Bernard Hebda of the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis will celebrate the student Mass at 9 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 23, at St. John’s Abbey […]
At all-school Mass, 12,000 pray for an ‘outpouring of the Holy Spirit’
An estimated 12,000 students, teachers and staff of Catholic schools filled a baseball park in downtown St. Paul Sept. 22 for the first all-school Mass of the Holy Spirit in the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis.
Pallium Mass is celebration of unity and trust, archbishop says
New archbishops naturally wonder if they are the right person for the job, but reassurance comes from concelebrating Mass with Pope Francis, the pope who appointed them, said Archbishop Bernard A. Hebda of St. Paul and Minneapolis.