Coronavirus Updates

Church Hours: Weekdays (M-F) for confessions 3:45-5:00 p.m.; Saturdays- 3:30-5:00 p.m.

Daily Mass is livestreamed at 7:30 a.m. Monday through Friday. 

NEW-Read the May 23, 2020 letter to the Lay Faithful from Archbishop Hebda-Click here.

Public Masses at the Cathedral will begin on Saturday May 30th at 5:15 p.m.

NEW- Familiairize youraself with Cathedral Protocols for Mass and view a seating map to plan for Mass.

Read Fr. Ubel's May 15 Star Tribune Letter to the Editor here for the web link or here for a pdf.

Daily ConfessionsPark curbside on Selby Ave. Click here for Confession Protocols.

See the Letter of Pope Francis to the Faithful for the Month of May Click here to read. 

 

Volunteering

The Cathedral parish offers a unique blend of spiritual, community and stewardship opportunities. The work of the Church belongs to all its members. By baptism we are joined to the Mystical Body of Christ and each of us has a vital role to play in the life of the Church. The extent of our active participation will determine how enriching our Faith is in our lives. There are many opportunities for us to share our time, talent, and treasure. Archbishop John Ireland said "There should be no one who, entering the Cathedral, is not able to say–it is mine." For Cathedral parishioners, it should be especially true that the Cathedral is "mine" because we each claim responsibility for it and all its activities, take pride in it, and rejoice to see it flourish as a beacon of hopeon Cathedral Hill. The proper stewardship of the gifts that we have received requires us to take active part in our mission to bring God’s Love to those around us!

To begin discerning the unique ways God has gifted you for volunteer service, check out our Called & Gifted program.