Posts Categorized: Parish News

Movie Night Saturday August 28

Join us in the St. Joseph Cathedral Auditorium right after 5:15 Mass. Film begins at 6:45.  Entrance is on Fourth Ave, between Cedar and Beech Streets. Parking is free in Ace lot at corner of Third and Beech. Stolen Summer (2002) is a heartwarming, thoughtful film about a Rabbi, a priest and two little boys dealing… Read more »

Cathedral Announces Last Weekend of Live Streamed Masses

This is the Last Weekend of Live Streamed Masses from St. Joseph Cathedral. Bishop McElroy has announced that the dispensation from the obligation to attend Sunday Mass will end on July 1. After June 27, we will have no more regularly scheduled live streamed masses. Our whole Parish family is deeply indebted to James Palen,… Read more »

RCIA and Confirmation at St. Joseph Cathedral Are you an adult contemplating membership in the Catholic Church? RCIA Inquiry Gatherings begin on Sunday, July 11th, after the 9 AM Mass (Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults). Interested adults can register and begin the Inquiry Gatherings at any time during the year. No fee. Are you… Read more »

St. Joseph Cathedral Movie Night

LOVE AND MERCY: FAUSTINA (2019)6:30 PM Saturday June 26, right after 5:15 MassSt. Joseph Cathedral Auditorium. Enter on Fourth Ave.Free admission.No time to eat? Hot dog with chips $1Free parking on Sunday in Ace lot at Corner of Third and Beech St. Reservations are not necessary.  Please click this link if you plan to come…. Read more »

A Special One Evening Zoom Class with Fr. Peter Navarra

Tuesday June 1, from 7:00-8:15 PM DO YOU BELIEVE THAT THIS IS REALLY THE BODY AND BLOOD OF CHRIST ? Zoom Meeting ID: 859 3616 0648  Passcode: Joseph Every week in the Mass, we hear the Priest repeat these words of Jesus:“Take this, all of you, and eat it. This is my body which will… Read more »

What We Will Remember From Easter 2021

We asked you to share your favorite memories from Easter 2021 at the Cathedral — and you did!  We were delighted and blessed by what we received. Take a few minutes to read through the memories below. They will fill your hearts with Easter Joy. It is all perfectly summed up in the words of… Read more »

Divine Mercy Sunday

Divine Mercy Sunday.
We pray that we may live and proclaim the message of this day . . . Jesus, I trust in you.

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Holy Week Mass Schedule, St. Joseph Cathedral

  April 1    Holy Thursday  7 PM       Mass (Livestream available) April 2    Good Friday  12  Noon   Stations of the Cross 3 PM         The Passion 6 PM         The Passion (Spanish) 7:30 PM         Bilingual Rosary to Our Lady of Sorrows April 3    Holy… Read more »