Please note, our parish office will be closed the afternoon of Tuesday, August 13th for a mandatory meeting of all parish employees. If we can assist you with anything, please come in the morning or make plans to visit us on Wednesday. Sorry for this inconvenience and we appreciate your patience!
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Please note that Sunday, August 18th will be the annual America’s Finest City Half Marathon. This means many of the roads and freeways we might take to get to the Cathedral may be closed off for some of the morning masses. Please note the following closures: The 6th Avenue exit from I-5 north to 6th… Read more »
All are invited on Saturday, August 3rd at 11:30am to a special Extraordinary Rite Mass, also known as the Latin Mass, in honor of the Feast Day of St. Philip Neri. Music will be provided by the schola of the Brothers of the Little Oratory. They will also serve at the altar with presiding priest,… Read more »
Coming September, St. Joseph Cathedral will be participating in the 40 Days for Life, a campaign that commits to praying for an end to abortion. We will have more information in the coming weeks and months leading up to this but please feel free to visit the website to educate yourself a bit more about… Read more »
Please note that the parking spaces along Beech St. have changed. Please keep this in mind when coming to Mass this weekend or any time during the weekdays. Thank you for your patience!
On July 1st, St. Joseph Cathedral will welcome our new shepherd. We’ll get to know him better in the coming months and years but here’s a little bit about our incoming pastor, Fr. Peter Navarra. I was born in San Diego, California at Mercy Hospital Hillcrest on Saturday, May 2nd, forgot the year! And grew… Read more »
This weekend we were invited to be part of this special prayer ministry. “Together in Prayer” is a prayer platform that uses an interactive forum method of posting and replying to share our prayer intentions with one another. You can share your prayer requests and/or be a Prayer Warrior and pray for others. It’s safe… Read more »
50 days after the Resurrection of the Lord, after he had ascended into Heaven, the Holy Spirit came upon the apostles in the Upper Room. Since that first Pentecost, the Holy Spirit has been guiding each of us and pointing us in the direction that leads us back to Christ. Sometimes, His ways seem absurd…. Read more »
Please note, this coming Monday, May 27th is Memorial Day. The parish office will be closed and we will only have one Mass at 9am. No 7am or 12:07pm on this day only. Regular office hours and Mass times will resume on Tuesday, May 28th. Thank you for your patience. We pray for all members… Read more »
Start your Lent at St. Joseph Cathedral. Here are the Mass times for Ash Wednesday: 7am (Bilingual), 9am, 12 Noon (Bilingual), 5pm, 7pm (Bilingual). Ashes will be distributed at all Masses.