This year in California, we are called in a very specific way to reject the pathway of making illegal virtually all limitations on abortion. Proposition 1, which would enshrine in the state constitution the ability to have late-term abortions and abortions for purposes of gender selection, as well as allowing subsidies for abortion for people… Read more »
Wondering what to get Jesus for his birthday? Why not give the gift of music this year? Join us at St. Joseph Cathedral for one of our Christmas choir performances. We have something for everyone – from adults to children. And what could be more special than singing alongside others in celebration of Jesus’ birthday?… Read more »
Beginning Sunday, August 21st we will have a New Mass Schedule. Saturday Vigil Mass 5:15pm Sunday 8:00am 10:00am 12:00pm (Spanish) 5:15pm
Join Father Peter on Wednesday, February 23 at 6:30pm for a guided walkthrough of the Church’s interior. Whether you’re wondering about their significance or want to know how they got there. You’ll learn about all things religious and even get some tips from Fr. Peter when it comes time for Mass next week!
Hey! We’re looking for people who want to share their story about how the church has journeyed with them. We know that there are a lot of different ways that people have experienced the church, and we want to hear from as many people as possible. If you’d like to participate in a listening session,… Read more »
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 »
St. Joseph Cathedral Parish Movie Night Aug. 28 at 6 PM. Admission Free.
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 »