The governor is loosening some restrictions following the four-week "pause."
Churches can allow 25% capacity up to 250 people, but bars and restaurants can only serve a max of 50 customers outside only.
The diocese will allow churches to resume in-person mass next week.
In a letter to partner churches, Catholic leaders said Mass can resume at one-third capacity.
A maximum of 50 guests are allowed outdoors under the latest order from Gov. Tim Walz.
Reopening will be much easier for establishments with outdoor capacity.
The latest 'turning of the dials' in Minnesota's COVID-19 response is being revealed.
It won't use city resources to enforce the governor's executive orders.
He's expected to announce guidance for the reopening of Minnesota restaurants and bars.
Walz strongly encourages Minnesotans to wear a mask in public settings.