St. Stephen's Catholic Church

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DexKnows Rating: 4.5 stars (6)

525 Jackson St
Anoka, MN 55303

45.19876 -93.38293

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Description: At St. Stephen's Catholic Church in Anoka, MN, all are welcome! Serving the Minneapolis, MN, area and beyond, we are a sacramental community united in Jesus Christ, rooted in the gospel and distinguished by a spirit of welcome and belonging. We worship joyfully, serve gladly and are stewards of God's gifts. Please consider joining to call St. Stephen's your spiritual home. We have more than 4,400 families registered and contributing to our dynamic faith community.

St. Stephen's offers:

  • Catholic school
  • Religious education and formation
  • Bible study
  • Five weekend Mass times
  • Three priest parish
  • Hispanic-Latino ministry and Sunday Mass

    We also have a hearing impaired interpreter at Mass. All are welcome at St. Stephen's Catholic Church.

    Call St. Stephen's Catholic Church today for Mass times!
  • Payment Methods: Cash, Personal Checks
    Area Served: Anoka;Minneapolis, MN Metro;Saint Paul, MN Metro
    Services: Education, Community Services, Ministers, Bible Study, Priests, Catholic Churches


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    by upset , 06/18/2010

    Asking a devote catholic to leave a funeral service because she accidentally forgot to turn off her cell phone is inexcusable. The priest also refused communion to one of her children who did what she was supposed to do to receive the communion. They state--"Hospitality, warmth and friendly reception are high priorities around here--- Guess what, this person doesn't think so. She is ashamed she was asked to leave--Shame on you, give a person the benifit of the doubt and let them apologize to the family, not punish them yourself!

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    by not upset , 08/17/2010

    Lucky it wasn't my family member's funeral...Leave the phone in the car. No reason to bring it in with you. If you can't be responsible enough to leave it in the car or turn it off, maybe you shouldn't have one. Harsh, I know, but I agree with the priest here. Why give the benefit of the doubt? So what if it was a mistake? You failed.

    Great Place

    by plulai , 08/17/2010

    We moved to this part of the twin cities a few years ago. We tried 4 different churches before we got to St Stephen. We love it. The priests are very good (with 2 that are absolutely great). The parish is friendly and active.Great place.

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    by Mike , 12/02/2010

    My family and I go here regularly and participate in their parrish events. We have met many nice people and made lots of great friendships. We really enjoy the warmth of the parrish.

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    by Mike , 12/07/2010

    My family and I go here regularly and participate in their parrish events. We have met many nice people and made lots of great friendships. We really enjoy the warmth of the parrish.


    by Lucille , 12/07/2011

    Wherever you go there is always someone who has a complaint about something. The presider announcements say please turn off cell phones at the beginning of the mass. I am confident that a priest did not ask someone to leave because of this. A priest also would never refuse communion to a child that has celebrated the right to receive communion. They bless many children here who have not celebrated this sacrament. The priests at this parish are amoungst the top in this area. Unfortunately you cannot control the gossipher and the constant complainers. The outreach and friendliness of the catholic community here is a place where I want to enrich my spiritual life.

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