Joining the Catholic Faith today follows the process of the early church. In ancient times, small communities were formed to facilitate learning Christ’s message. In 1966 a decree from the Second Vatican Council called for the adult rite of initiation – Baptism, Eucharist and Confirmation – to be revised and restored. In 1972, the church…Read More.
You are invited to join us at the next Alpha series starting Monday, January 21 at 6:30pm in the Cathedral School Hall. Alpha is an interactive series that invites participants to explore their faith and ask questions, in the context of a shared dinner. All are invited, from parishioners to non-parishioners, Catholics to searchers and…Read More.
Cathedral Choir sings every Sunday at the 10:00 Mass and for various special services throughout the year, including Christmas, Holy Week, and various diocesan celebrations. Repertoire extends from Gregorian Chant to newly written compositions. Rehearsals are held on Wednesday evenings 7:00-9:00 pm in the Cathedral Choir Loft, and warm-ups are at 9:15 a.m. before the…Read More.
What is CCCW and what do they do every month?! Did you know that ALL WOMEN of the parish are members of the Cathedral Council of Catholic Women (CCCW)? We invite all women from the Cathedral parish to participate in CCCW activities and programs that support and promote: Spirituality Service Socialization We meet once a…Read More.
Do you enjoy reading inspiring books with an opportunity for discussion with other Catholic women? If so, the Catholic Women’s Book Club is for you! Each book is a simple read for any woman at any point in her spiritual journey<. We meet at 6 pm – 7 pm on the 2nd Monday of each month in…Read More.
Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion are called upon to distribute Holy Communion during Mass when more than the ordained, or ordinary, ministers (bishop, priest, deacon) are needed. Extraordinary Ministers may also take communion to the sick or homebound. To be a servant of God through this ministry requires that you bring a strong faith, a…Read More.
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The ministry of Reader calls those with strong faith and good communication skills to proclaim the Word of God. This responsibility is not to be accepted carelessly; as a proclaimer of the Word, a reader doesn’t just read the scriptures aloud, but becomes the vessel for the dialogue between God and His people. Prayerful preparation…Read More.
Our Ushers & Greeters fulfill an important role in the church. They welcome parishoners and visitors alike and assist those with special needs before, during and after mass. They gather the offerings; provide hospitality, and distribute the parish bulletin following mass. If you are interested in becoming an Usher or a Greeter, please contact the…Read More.