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Women's Fall Day of Reflection
Join us as author, speaker, and spiritual director Elizabeth Kelly will lead us in a day of sisterhood, reflection, Mass, prayer & praise, Confession and lunch. Saturday, October 13, 8:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m.
Guess Who's Coming to Dinner
In October, we will launch an exciting new program called “Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner!” Other churches love this program because it brings a unique group of people together for dinner and conversation.Read More
Taste of Transfiguration
Join us for an evening of food, wine, and beer tastings, along with a Silent & Live Auction, Raffles, Live Music Entertainment, the Crowning of our new King & Queen, and so much more!Read More
We'd like to thank all who made this year's Fall Festival a success. That includes our wonderful staff and fantastic volunteers. In addition, we couldn't have done it wither out our sponsors. So click below to view our sponsors and check out the results of the 5K race and raffle winners.
Below are course that have begin; however, we encourage anyone interested to join us.
We are in need of various items our fall launch of the “Catechesis of the Good Shepherd” program. Click the link below for our list, and be sure to check back here before you go shopping so we do not have duplications. Then, let us know immediately if you have purchased any items so we can update our “want list.” For more information, please contact Mary Demko.
We need Sacristans
There is a great need for Sacristans. If you are interested in learning more, please contact our Liturgy Coordinator, Shantel Schallenkamp. To email her, click here, or you can call her at 651-501-2206.
Looking for organized, proactive women!
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We deliberately put the words “Catholic” in this opening welcome. At Transfiguration, we are Catholic. We’re not ashamed of it; in fact, we’re very excited about it! At Transfiguration, we believe, celebrate, and proclaim the fullness of the Catholic Faith that has been given to the Church down through the centuries.