RSS Bishop’s Statements

  • Red Mass Homily June 21, 2018 June 22, 2018
    Thank you for being with us as we celebrate this Red Mass at which we pray in a special way for the guidance of the Holy Spirit for those who serve in public office and those who make possible our legal system which is so essential to stability in society. The post Red Mass Homily […]

RSS Bishop’s Homilies

  • TV Mass Homily 07/15/2018 July 14, 2018
    Jesus sent out the twelve Apostles two by two to share the Good News of Christ among us. He told them to take nothing with them but a walking stick and sandals, no food, no backpack, no money, no extra clothes, no cellphone. I suspect he did this to underscore the immediacy of their ministry […]

Upcoming Diocesan Events

  1. Confirmation Retreat – Mitchell

    July 21 @ 3:30 am - 11:00 am
  2. Confirmation Retreat – Mitchell

    July 21 @ 8:30 am - 4:00 pm
  3. Rachel’s Vineyard One Day Retreat

    July 28 @ 3:00 am - 12:00 pm
  4. Rachel’s Vineyard One Day Retreat

    July 28 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
  5. Grieving the Loss of a Spouse

    July 31 @ 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm

PodCasts & Radio

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Catholic Radio Programs

Catholic Views – July 22, 2018

  This week we are joined by Emily Leedom and Deacon Dr. Glenn Ridder, MD to talk about National NFP Awareness Week. Learm more about natural family planning at sfcatholic.org/familylife.

Catholic Views – July 15, 2018

  This week we are joined by Dr. Chris Burgwald to explore ways we may “miss the mark” as Christians.

Podcasts

Ignition 351 – The Case for Jesus, Part III

  Dr. Chris and Fr. Joseph continue their occasional series on Dr. Brant Pitre’s book, The Case for Jesus, and its importance of us as disciples today.

Ignition 350 – The Case for Jesus, Part II

  Dr. Chris and Fr. Joseph continue their occasional series on Dr. Brant Pitre’s book, The Case for Jesus, and its importance of us as disciples today.

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RSS Bishop Swain’s Column

  • We need God who is all loving and all merciful
    Recently we experienced a startling thunder and heavy rain storm in Sioux Falls. When I left the Bishop’s House for an early morning walk after it had passed, the flowering plants and shrubs were hanging low, burdened by the impact of the storm. When I returned not too long later they were showing resilience and […]

RSS Fr. Mike’s Column

  • Living the life in a small town
    Way back when, when there was still snow on the ground, I received a call from Gary Hoffman, the American Legion Post commander in Long Lake, SD, asking me if I would be a guest speaker at their Memorial Day ceremony. I told him I would be honored to do it. Then, time went by […]