Holy Mass Times

As of March 17th, 2020, Bishop J. Hanefeldt has suspended ALL public Masses, Liturgies, & Devotions. There will be no week day Masses or Sunday Masses for the days/weeks of March 2/22 and March 28/29. The Diocese will make an announcement about resuming or continuing the suspension at a later date. We will post updates here.

St. Theresa’s

Sunday 10:30am Mass
Friday 7am Adoration & Confessions
Friday 8am Daily Mass

St. Ann’s

Sunday 8:00am Mass
Thursday 8am Daily Mass

Sacred Heart

Saturday 5:00pm Vigil Mass
Wednesday 8am Daily Mass


Confessions are heard 30 minutes before all Masses and from 7:10am to 7:45am on Friday at St. Theresa’s in Mitchell. You are welcome to contact the Parish Priest to set up a Confession time if you would like an appointment.

Holy Day Mass Times

Holy Week:
>Mass of the Lord’s Supper, Thursday April 9th:
St. Theresa’s Parish in Mitchell at 6pm
>Good Friday Passion Service, Friday April 10th:
Sacred Heart Parish in Lyman at 3pm
Vespers will follow at 4:15pm
>Mass of Easter Vigil, Saturday April 11th:
St. Ann’s Parish in Morrill at 8pm
>Easter Sunday Masses:
8:00am at Sacred Heart in Lyman
10:30am at St. Theresa’s in Mitchell

Asking for a Holy Mass Intention:

For more then 2,000 years, since Jesus gave us the perpetual sacrifice of Himself, clergy have been offering Mass intentions. 

At every Holy Mass the priest is to offer a specific Mass intention. This can be for a particular person (living or deceased), intercession, or thanksgiving for a Grace. It has always been common practice to ask a parish to have a Mass intention offered. These are scheduled in advance and published in the bulletin. As we each offer our own intention at Mass the priest will offer the specific intention as his own. 

If you would like to give the gift of a Mass intention for someone (living or deceased or you personally) or some request (peace, pro-life, vocations etc…) please contact the Tri-Parish Office Admin., Karen at 308-623-2245 or email sbcotriparishes@gmail.com to get it scheduled for a public Mass. 

“I am the living bread which came down from heaven; if any one eats of this bread, he will live for ever; and the bread which I shall give for the life of the world is My Flesh!”
-Jesus (John 6:51)

“There is nothing so great as the Eucharist. If God had something more precious, He would have given it to us.”
-Saint Jean Vianney

Therefore let us be grateful for receiving a kingdom that cannot be shaken, and thus let us offer to God acceptable worship, with reverence and awe. -Hebrews 12:28

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