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The Rosary Novena, Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe

Novena: December 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th at 6:30pm
Novena, Vigil, and Mañanitas: Dec 11th – 6:30pm-midnight
Bilingual Mass for Dec 11/12th weekend on December 11th at 4pm
Mass, Aztec Dance Performance, and Dinner: Sunday, December 12th
Mass 5:00PM and Dinner at 6:30pm

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COMMUNITY DINNER AT ST. GEORGE: Thursday, December 16th 5:30pm-6:30pm

Calvin Presbyterian, St. George and Trinity Lutheran unite to provide a monthly meal for the community of Long Lake and their church members. These community meals aim to bring people of all ages, backgrounds and abilities together for a meal. All people are welcome! This is a great way to meet people from your community. Dinner and beverages are provided; there is no cost for the meal but donations will be accepted if you wish to give. The location varies from month to month as the churches rotate hosting duties.



Monday, 9am-8pm

Wednesday, 9am-8pm

We are offering parishioners the opportunity to spend some time in the chapel engaged in Eucharistic Adoration or private prayer.  All parishioners are welcome, even those who are not current Adorers. 


Lunes, de 9 am – 8 pm

Miércoles, 9 am-8pm


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Sign up for Flocknote, a digital communications tool, that the parish is using to keep touch in with parishioners. We invite parishioners to join Flocknote for FREE, to receive regular digital communications from the church via email or text, whichever method they choose.  Flocknote messages bring you important information about parish events, announcements, and Covid-19 protocol updates.  Father Juettner will also be announcing an exciting adult faith formation opportunity that is only available via Flocknote.  You can SIGN UP FOR FLOCKNOTE by texting STG133 to 84576 OR by emailing bookkeeper Lynn Johnston at and providing your cellphone number and email address OR by clicking on this link:


Church of St. George Guide to Returning to Masses & End of Dispensation 

As the pandemic subsides, and public gathering restrictions and safety protocols are lifted, it is time to gather as the Body of Christ once again. Therefore, the bishops and diocesan administrators of the Minnesota Catholic Conference reinstated the obligation to attend Mass on Sundays and Holy Days of Obligation beginning the weekend of July 3-4, 2021. Read about this decision, and find examples of special circumstances when a dispensation would still apply in Archbishop Hebda’s Letter to the Faithful (English):
Archbishop Hebda’s Letter to the Faithful (en Español):

The bishops do realize that there are reasons why a Catholic might continue to have a dispensation from the Sunday obligation, including when he or she is ill, serving as caretaker for one who cannot attend Mass, or required to quarantine. These faithful who do not attend Mass in person are asked to find a Mass on TV, the radio or online and make a Spiritual Communion. Where that is not an option, it would be appropriate to pray the Liturgy of the Hours or the Rosary. But for most of us, it is time to return to worshipping with others and receiving Holy Communion.

While livestreaming, watching Mass on TV, and listening to it on the radio have been suitable ways to celebrate the Lord’s Day when we could not come together in person and will continue to have their place when necessary, they lack one key piece: Jesus Himself. During the holy sacrifice of the Mass, Jesus Christ becomes truly present in the Eucharist. The bread and wine are not simply signs that lead us to Christ, but completely transform into the Body, Blood, Soul and Divinity of Jesus Christ in the Eucharist.


Stay home if you or household member is sick: Anyone who feels sick, has an unexplained cough, or has a fever must stay at home.  Anyone who has tested positive for Covid-19, who has any symptoms of Covid-19 including loss of taste or smell, and anyone living with someone who has tested positive or is symptomatic, must quarantine for 14 days.  All parishioners should continue to follow hygienic practices both at home and church by washing or sanitizing their hands often, avoiding touching their faces, and covering coughs and sneezes. Hand sanitizer is available at the entrances and where Holy Communion is distributed.  

These are St. George’s current policies:

  • MASKING: Starting 5/22, masks are not required, according to direction from the Office of Worship, “Those fully vaccinated are not at significant risk for contracting or spreading the coronavirus and need no longer wear facemasks” except in places where it is legally mandated — Long Lake does not have a local mask mandate.  “Those not vaccinated are safer if they continue to wear masks” but are not required to do so. “Individuals who are more comfortable wearing a facemask may continue to do so.”  Eucharistic Ministers will continue to wear masks when they distribute communion.
  • DISTANCING:  Starting May 29/30, barriers were removed from the main section of pews in the church, as well as on the north part of the choir side.  To allow those who are more comfortable continuing to distance, the barriers will remain on the west side of the church.  We will also maintain the divider down the middle of the choir side pews since we are still required to maintain a 12 foot distance between our music ministry and congregants.
  • WEEKDAY MORNING MASSES, Tuesday-Friday:  Starting on June 1st, morning Masses at 8:30am will resumed the four-day schedule in the chapel.
  • CONFESSIONS IN THE CONFESSIONAL: Starting on June 1st, Reconciliation will no longer take place in the library but will move back to the Confessional.  Reconciliation takes place each Wednesday from 6pm-7pm and each Saturday from 3:00pm-3:45pm.  
Thank you to everyone for your cooperation with our protocols and your caring and consideration for fellow parishioners during the pandemic.  We invite all parishioners back to church and look forward to seeing you!

Communications: All plans and procedures are subject to change — please see our website for the most up-to-date information.  

Please click on the link Covid-19 Parish Update page for further resources during this difficult time.



The parish office will be open this summer on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 9am-12pm and by appointment.  Parish staff will be in the office at other times as well, so be sure to send an email or leave a message on the church voicemail so that a staff member can call you back.  

 The parish will also continue to facilitate the Sacrament of the Anointing of the Sick to those who request it.  Please contact the pastor, by email: or parish emergency line:  612-356-2246 to detail the circumstances of the patient or resident and entry requirements to hospital/senior care center.  Contact the nurses station to learn how to contact the resident chaplain on duty.   



Please click here to read an important message from Father Mark Juettner and the Finance Council: Stewardship 

We ask that you prayerfully consider continuing to support the parish’s ongoing ministries and operations by mailing in your envelope or setting up electronic donations online. To participate in online giving, click here:  Online Giving



We are here to support you spiritually and to provide updated information and resources:

  • Watch for emails with current information.   If you are not currently receiving emails from us, contact the parish office at or 952-473-1247.
  • The parish office will continue to produce a weekly bulletin and post it on this website.  Bulletins can be found under Our Parish in the menu at the top of the homepage.  If you know someone who would cannot access the bulletin online but would like to receive a bulletin, please have that person call the parish office. 
  • Sign up for Flocknote, a digital communications tool, that the parish is adopting to keep touch in with parishioners. We invite parishioners to join Flocknote for FREE, to receive regular digital communications from the church via email or text, whichever method they choose.  You can SIGN UP FOR FLOCKNOTE by texting STG133 to 84576 OR by emailing bookkeeper Lynn Johnston at and providing your cellphone number and email address OR by clicking on this link:


EMERGENCY LINE TO FATHER JUETTNER: To report an after-hours medical emergency and request the Sacrament of the Anointing of the Sick or to report a death when the office is not open, please call 612-356-2246 and leave a detailed message with a call back number. Google Voice will ask you to state your name and then will connect you with the emergency line voicemail.  Leave a detailed message with a call back number so that Father Juettner can call you back.

Mission Statement: We express and embrace the Divine Will in caring for each other, liturgy, Eucharistic Adoration, ministries, stewardship, outreach, social gatherings and prayer. 


 Please join us – all are welcome!


Church of St. George
133 North Brown Road
Long Lake, MN 55356
Phone: 952- 473-1247


Emergencies only: 612-356-2246




Reconciliation Schedule

Times for the Sacrament of Penance on the Confessional will be:  Saturdays from 3:00pm-3:45pm and Wednesday nights from 6:00 to 7:00 pm.

Some exceptions may occur with notice provided.
For an appointment, please call Fr. Juettner on the emergency line at 612-356-2246.




5:00pm (Spanish)

No Mass

Mass is in the chapel. Rosary at 8:10am.

Mass is in the chapel. Rosary at 8:10am.

Mass is in the chapel. Rosary at 8:10am.

Mass is in the chapel. Rosary at 8:10am.

4:00pm Vigil




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