MN: Mendota Heights

Metro Area: Minneapolis - St Paul (MN)
Holy Family Maronite Church
1960 Lexington Ave S
Mendota Heights
See Mailing Address Below
Phone: 651-291-1116 or 651-295-8381
Other: 651-452-1931 (Hall)
Fax: 651-222-3033
Rite: Maronite
Church sui iuris: Maronite Catholic
Canonical Jurisdiction(s):
Eparchy: Our Lady of Lebanon in Los Angeles of the Maronites
Cemetery: None

Always call ahead to verify times




Sunday Service of the Holy Mysteries
Wednesday - Friday
Service of the Holy Mysteries
Saturday Service of the Holy Mysteries 4:00pm

Mystery of Reconciliation

Sundays, Wednesdays - Fridays, Saturdays Prior to Divine Services
Other Days & Times On request

The Monthly Bulletin is available online

The Monthly Events Calendar is also available online

Mailing Address:
Holy Family Church
203 East Robie St
St Paul
Ph: 651-291-1116
Fax: 651-222-3033

The interior and exterior photographs appear on the parish website. They are used here with the kind permission of Abouna Rodrigue (Constantin), pastor of Holy Family
Status & Location Changes:
Formed in: 1903, meeting at St Michael (Latin) Church, West St Paul
Relocated in: 1918, to its own temple, in St Paul
Parish erected in: 1918, under the patronage of the Holy Family
Relocated in: 1950, to 203 E Robie St, St Paul
Relocated in: 2009, to its present site
For this church, this is entry 2
of 2
This Entry Last Updated: 02/19/2011
Latitude: 44.8850399
Longitude: -93.145931
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