• Youth for Life
  • Youth for Life
  • We welcome Fr. Sampson with a coffee social
  • Fr. Sampson prays with the Widow's of Prayer
  • First day of school blessing.
  • Father Gabriel blesses our School!
  • Blessing of our School!
  • First day of School Mass.
  • Widow's of Prayer new member promises.
  • Widow's of Prayer promises
  • Widow's of Prayer lifetime promise.
  • Widow's of Prayer following Promises
  • Annual Women's Summer Tea
  • BEAUTIFUL cake baked and decorated by Mary Wanhala
  • 2018 Totus Tuus- God is GOOD!
  • Our Beautiful church!
  • Opening Prayer Fall Festival 2018
  • The Kitchen crew
  • Kids' games
  • Parishioners enjoying fellowship at lunch
  • Josh Milani playing beautifully!
  • Lunch and fellowship
  • The Knights working hard in the beverage booth
  • Susie and Jes
  • Small Raffles
  • Father Gabriel blesses the Fall Festival
  • Theology Around the Fountain
  • Blue Mass flag ceremony
  • Volunteers host an ice cream social for residents at Hill Crest ...
  • Bill and Norma Schleppegrell celebrated 70 years married on August 28th, 2018.
  • Pre-glow run set up
  • Blue Mass
  • Assumption School Golf outing
  • Assumption School Golf outing
  • Golf outing
  • Golf outing
  • Totus Tuus water fight
  • Thank you Hibbing Fire Department!
  • Totus Tuus water fight
  • Totus Tuus water fight
  • Totus Tuus water fight
  • Totus Tuus water fight
  • Totus Tuus water fight
  • Totus Tuus water fight
  • Theology around the Fountain..introduction
  • Assumption Catholic School class of 1964 reunion
  • The Saints go Marching in.. Totus Tuus
  • Our wonderful Totus Tuus team!
  • Fr. Gabriel leads in prayer before our meal..
  • 2018 Parish Potluck..Totus Tuus
  • 1964 graduating class of Assumption School
  • Assumption students celebrated First Holy Communion at the School Mass
  • Mass is celebrated at the Lee Center in Hibbing every 2nd ...
  • The 2018 Parish Funspiel was a success, with many families gathering ...
  • Palm Sunday
  • The Council of Catholic Women presented a check to the Parish ...
  • Lenten Stations of the Cross
  • Fr. Beau talking about Palm Sunday with our Kindergarteners
  • The Annual 6th grade Crosswalk
  • 40 hour Deanery Lenten devotion
  • 40 hour Deanery Lenten Devotion
  • Knights of Columbus Lenten Fish Dinner.
  • The crowning of Blessed Mother Mary.
  • Engaged Weekend
  • Women of the Parish Easter Tea
  • Youth for Life had a successful bake sale, with proceeds given ...
  • Father Gabriel teaching our kids reverence before entering the Church.
  • Together for Life Father's Day Caramels
  • Father Gabriel celebrates 10 years of ordination. What a BLESSING.
  • Pierogi making with the 6th graders
  • Together for Life sells caramels
  • Fall Festival dodge ball with the sisters
  • Traditional water fight at Totus Tuus
  • Veteran's Day celebration with Assumption School
  • Parish Funspiel
  • Assumption School students raise funds for area life care centers.
  • Palm Sunday Preparations
  • Palm Sunday Preparations
  • Blessing of Palms at Blessed Sacrament
  • Palm Sunday Procession into the main Church

Blessed Sacrament Parish Mortgage Burning Celebration!

All Parishioners are welcome!  Please join us Saturday evening even if you did not RSVP.  We are celebrating!  Mortgage Burning Celebration of THANKS and PRAISE!  After 10 years, our building debt is complete. We want to thank God and you, our generous parishioners, for the sacrifices you have made during this time. Please join us on Saturday, January 19th for the 4:15 pm Mass. Following Mass, Fr. Gabriel will hold the mortgage burning ceremony, dinner will be served at 6pm in St Leo’s Hall, and tours of Assumption Catholic School will be led by school students. Everyone is welcome! There is no cost to the evening, however, please sign up by calling the parish office so we know how to plan 262-5541.  Genesis 2:2 By the seventh day God had finished the work he had been doing; so on the seventh day he rested from all his work.

Click here for a Building Project History Mortgage Burning






As a parish, we are committed to working together to make Jesus Christ known, loved and served in our families, throughout the Hibbing community and in the world. We are also committed to live as the Lord taught, drawing inspiration from the scriptures and strength from the sacraments, especially the Eucharist. Our parish strives to nurture spiritual growth, share the gifts God has given us, and invite others into a relationship with Christ.

We are One Body, One Spirit in Christ.


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Confidential prayer requests

Confidential prayer requests for the sick will be gathered at the entrances of the Church this January through February 11th, World Day of the Sick, which was founded by Pope John II and coincides with the Feast of Our Lady of Lourdes.     Pope Francis stated in a message on World Day of the Sick,  "that, just like “Mary’s maternal vocation for all humanity, the Church, with its long standing tradition of service to the sick, keeps its own maternal vocation to the needy and to the sick".  Petitions will be included in the intercessory prayers at the 8 am Mass on the 11th.  Ask for prayers for yourself, or imitate the friends of the sick man in the Gospel of Mark, 2:4, who brought their friend to  Jesus.  Let us pray for the sick.


Catholics at the Captial! 2-19-19

Bishop Sirba invites each of you to attend Catholics at the Capitol! On Tuesday, February 19th, thousands of Catholics from across Minnesota are coming together for life and dignity to make Catholic voices count at the Capitol.  Catholics at the Capitol is a day filled with prayer and inspirational speakers including actor Jim Caviezel from The Passion of the Christ, and Archbishop Charles Chaput, a leading voice on living out our role as faithful citizens. Plus, Gloria Purvis of EWTN returns as emcee, and Danielle Rose will perform her music throughout the day.  You’ll meet other Catholics from your legislative district, and together you’ll learn about policy issues affecting life and dignity before meeting with your legislators.

Transportation to St. Paul is available when you register!  Event seating is limited, so register by going to  If you have questions, you can call the Diocese at 218-724-9111, or check the diocesan website.

Prayer Chain

In need of special prayers? Please call: Nancy at 218-262-4401 or  Carolyn at 218-263-4684.

2018-2019 Religious Education

CYA Classes:  Jan. 23rd  Regular Class:  Dinner 5:45pm-6:20pm; Class 6:30pm--8pm

 Sunday School:  Jan. 27th Regular class 8:45am-9:45am

CYA is in need of small group leaders!  Please prayerfully consider spending time on Wednesday evenings as a small group leader for our youth.  Please call the Parish Office and ask for Deb Toma for details.  








Hibbing Deanery Novena of Masses for Life

The Hibbing Deanery will again be praying a Novena of Masses, from January 14th to the 22nd, to coincide with the Supreme Court decision legalizing abortion, Roe v Wade, resulting in an estimated 60,000,000 pre-born babies losing their lives. The novena is to petition God for the end of abortion and to build a culture of life.

 The Mass schedule is:

Jan 18th  Friday 9am Our Lady of Snows, Big Fork

Jan 19th  Saturday 4:15 PM St. Cecilia’s, Nashwauk

Jan 20th Sunday 10am Blessed Sacrament , Hibbing 

Jan 21st Monday 9am St. Joseph Grand Rapids 

Jan 22nd Tuesday 6:00 PM  St. Cecilia’s Nashwauk

People are encouraged to attend as many of the Masses as possible.  A social will be held after the Masses so pro-life people and groups of the parishes can visit with each other.


Men of Faith Conference

Men of Faith – Men Bearing Witness Conference  Register today for the 8th annual Catholic Men’s Conference, Men of Faith – Men Bearing Witness, scheduled for Saturday, March 9th  at Marshall School in Duluth. Paul George of Adore Ministry will be the featured speaker. Registration is available at . Conference registration is $30 for registrations received on or before February 26th , and $40 for registrations received after February 26th.   Registration deadline is March 4th.



Women of Faith Conference

Women’s ConferenceFearless”, will be Sat., March 23rd at the  Marshall School in Duluth.  The guest speaker will be Sonja    Corbitt.  Please visit for details on registration for the conference. Women’s Conference Bus!  We are offering a bus to the Women’s conference, leaving Blessed Sacrament at 6:15am, returning at 7pm.  Cost is $15/person to ride the bus.  Space is limited!  Please call the Parish Office today to get your  name on the list.  Payment is required when you sign up.  Nashwauk, Chisholm, Virginia and Eveleth Parishioners are also invited to ride the bus, so seats will go fast! 


United Catholic Appeal

Thank you for your support and generosity, hard work and prayers.

UCA supports the work of our Bishop in our Local Church:   

Education | Evangelization | Vocations | Marriage & Family Life | Youth | Parishes and Schools 

Blessed Sacrament Parish Assessment for 2018: $112,990.88/ Total collected as of 1-10-2019 $77,705.55



Parish Staff

Mass Times

Blessed Sacrament - 4:15 pm
Immaculate Conception - 8:00 am
Blessed Sacrament - 10:00 am
+ Memorial Day through Labor Day:
BlSac/Side Lake: 10 am
Blessed Sacrament - 8:00 am
(9 am Weds. during the school year)
+ MASS IN LATIN 1st SATURDAY(each month) and all Saturdays during Lent:
Immaculate Conception 8:00 am

Office Hours

Mon - Thurs........8:30 am - 4:00 pm
*Friday.................8:30 am - 1:00 pm
*Beginning June 15th, the Office will close on Fridays until mid August.

Out of concern for the safety of our staff, if school is closed because of inclement weather, the parish office will also be closed.


The Parish is excited to offer wonderful and free Catholic content for everyone in the family!  Movies, books, studies, and much more is here and FREE for you as a member of Blessed Sacrament Parish.  Please click the link and create a user name and password using the parish code.  ENJOY!  

17-18 Fiscal year-end Report

Assumption Catholic School

Assumption Catholic School                     

Assumption Catholic School's Mission:

The Assumption Catholic School, a part of the Blessed Sacrament Parish, is a Christ-centered partnership of parents, students, and the wider parish community. We are dedicated to providing faith and character formation, academic excellence and global solidarity for each student through a challenging, dynamic curriculum.  Please visit the school website at






Do you know someone interested in becoming Catholic or learning more about the Catholic Church?  Come discover the beauty, truth, and goodness of the Church Christ himself established!  RCIA classes will begin on Mon., Sept. 24th at 6:30pm in the Courtyard Annex and continue on Monday evenings at Blessed Sacrament Church.   Contact Fr. Beau at or call the Parish Office at 262-5541- All are welcome!  





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Hymnal Memorials

In Nov. 2015, the Parish received new Missals from JourneySongs, which is a permanent, hard cover book that includes Sunday readings for all three liturgical cycles (A, B, & C), many beautiful prayers and reflections and Rites of the new Church.  We are offering Hymnal Memorials.  If you would like to dedicate a book “in memory of a loved one, or to honor someone you know”, please fill out the Hymnal Memorial form and return to the Parish Office.  Forms can be found at the church entrances, or please stop by the Parish Office.

Recommended donation per book:  $20




Sacrament of Reconciliation

Blessed Sacrament:

Monday, Tuesday, Friday - 7:30 am

Wednesday - 8:30 am

Thursday, Noon

Saturday, 3 pm

Immaculate Conception

Saturday, 11 am

(also, by appointment)


Take time to meet know speak with adore Him. Come to him with humbled hearts. The  Adoration Chapel is open:  Monday from 8:30am-9pm; Tuesday and Wednesday evenings between 6pm and 9pm; Thursday from 8:30am through 8:00am Friday. We adore You and we praise You... because by Your Holy Cross, You have redeemed the world

Diocese of Duluth files for bankruptcy

Father James Bissonette, vicar general of the Diocese, issued the following statement on behalf of the Diocese: 

(Please click on this link to read the entire statement)


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