Find a parish

Search nearly 200 parishes within the Archdiocese of Saint Paul and Minneapolis by clicking on Find a Parish on this website’s main menu. You can view parishes on a map of the Archdiocese, or you can view an alphabetical list. Some parishes have multiple campuses. In this case the church name may be different from the parish name, but the church name will still show up in search results under the parish name. Click on the search result for more information about parishes with multiple campuses. You can also search for a parish based upon criteria including location, Mass times and languages, Adoration times and Reconciliation times.

Find a school

Catholic schools are not only academically excellent – they help foster spiritual and character development for a firm foundation for success in life. There are 91 Catholic schools in our area – 14 of them are high schools – so you are sure to find a school that is a good fit for your family! Browse Catholic schools by clicking on Find a Catholic School on this website’s main menu, or search by location or type of education offered (such as preschool, elementary or secondary education).

Learn more about Catholic schools in our Archdiocese from the Office for the Mission of Catholic Education.

Register for Living God’s Love Marriage Preparation Program

The Office of Marriage Family and Life offers a marriage preparation program for engaged couples. In order to help you fully prepare to live out your God-given vocation as husband and wife, you and your future spouse are invited to attend Living God’s Love: The Sacrament of Marriage, a marriage preparation program serving the Archdiocese of Saint Paul and Minneapolis and surrounding dioceses. Offering either a weekend program or evening series, Living God’s Love is designed to help you prepare as a couple for the Sacrament of Marriage and to reflect on the beauty and richness of the Church’s teaching on marriage and the family.

More information, registration and upcoming dates can be found on the Marriage Preparation page.

Learn about stewardship

Stewardship is more that giving of our time, talent and treasure—it is a way of life.

Find out more and download resources for your parish by visiting our Stewardship page.

Make a donation to support local ministries

To help support ministries throughout this local Church, give to the Catholic Services Appeal Foundation. The appeal supports ministries that serve families, strengthen parishes, support Catholic school students, form local Church leaders, and reach out to invite others to full life in the faith.

For more information and to donate, please visit the Catholic Services Appeal Foundation website.

Search job postings throughout the Archdiocese

Search current openings for jobs at nearly 200 parishes and more than 90 schools in the Archdiocese of Saint Paul and Minneapolis, as well as openings at many additional Catholic organizations, by visiting our Careers page. If you work at a parish, school or other Catholic organization within our Archdiocese, you can post an opening here. You can also contact us if you would like to list a job posting for a Catholic organization outside of the Archdiocese.

Learn about seeking a marriage annulment

An annulment of a marriage is a decision by a church court, confirmed by an appellate court, that a putative marriage was not valid from the start because something was lacking: full knowledge and consent by both parties, freedom from force or grave fear, or some other factor needed for a valid marriage.

The Tribunal assists divorced people who petition for an investigation of their prior marriage(s). Either the marriage will be upheld as valid and binding, or it will be determined that no sacramental marriage bond existed due to certain conditions which render the marriage null. Regardless of the final decision, the tribunal investigation process is an opportunity for participants to experience healing and reconciliation with God and the faith community.

Learn more about the annulment process and how to seek an annulment by visiting the Tribunal page.

Request sacramental certificates

All requests for Sacramental Certificates (official documents attesting to a sacrament having been conferred) created since January 1, 1919, should go to the parish that holds the sacramental record book. In the case of parishes that have merged, the records reside with the receiving parish.

Learn more in the Archives & Records section.

Request genealogical information

The archives of the Archdiocese of Saint Paul and Minneapolis house microfilm copies of baptism, marriage, and death records for most parishes in the counties of Ramsey, Hennepin, Anoka, Carver, Chisago, Dakota, Goodhue, Le Sueur, Rice, Scott, Washington, and Wright. We do not, as a rule, have copies of first communion, confirmation, or burial records.

Sacramental records are not public records. However, the Archdiocese of Saint Paul and Minneapolis recognizes that sacramental records have value to family historians and we therefore make nearly 100 years’ worth of sacramental records available to genealogists as a service of the Archdiocese. Records created before January 1, 1919 are available for genealogy research, except in cases where particular records are restricted by canon law.

Learn more in the Archives & Records section.

Learn about Courage / EnCourage

Courage / EnCourage is a Roman Catholic apostolate for men and women who experience same-sex attractions and those who love them. If you are experiencing same-sex attractions, or if someone you love identifies as LGBTQ, find more information on the Courage / EnCourage page or by visiting the Courage / EnCourage website.

Contact The Catholic Cemeteries

The Catholic Cemeteries is an independent corporation that manages six cemeteries serving Catholic families throughout the Archdiocese of Saint Paul and Minneapolis. The Catholic Cemeteries also provides consultation support to parish-owned cemeteries.

To learn more, visit The Catholic Cemeteries website.