Cathedral of Mary Our Queen
We have been notified that starting Monday November 10 the Baltimore City Department of Transportation will begin to replace sidewalks and resurface the road surface
on Charles Street from Northern Pkwy South to the intersection of Homeland Ave. It is expected to take 90 days to complete the work
so please plan for possible delays when traveling to the Cathedral and Cathedral School.

Fellowship Sunday Social
November 23, 2014
The Education Commission will host this Sunday's coffee after the 8:30 am Mass in the Under Croft.
Confirmation Updates

Our next class is Thursday,
January 8th, 2015 at 7-8:30PM.

Confirmation Service Opportunities
  • Christmas Tree Lighting on Dec.5th, 6-9PM (3 hrs)
  • Cathedral Church Cleaners on Dec. 6th, 9-10AM (1 hr)
  • Happy Helpers on Dec. 7th, 1-3:30PM (3 hrs)
  • CLOW on Dec. 7th, 8:30-9:30AM (1 hr)
  • Gingerbread Houses on Dec. 21st, 12-2:30PM (2.5 hrs)

The Cathedral Music Department is in need of several helpers to clean and help with final preparations for the Festivalof Lessons and Carols in December. Three or four are needed on Saturday, Dec. 6, 2014, 12-3PM (3 hrs) to clean and prepare candle accessories. As many as ten are needed to help with set-up on Sunday, Dec. 14, 2014, 12:30-3PM (2.5 hrs) (approximately).
Contact Rob Barbarino at 410-464-4020 or email

Click here for Service Opportunities & other Confirmation Information ...

We need your support!
Christmas Caroling &
Tree Lighting event.
Christmas Season Lovers - seeking creative, enthusiastic folks to work with the Parish Staff to plan and coordinate the annual Christmas Caroling & Tree Lighting event. We look forward to making this event better each year with your help and support. Please contact Sherri Rachuba in the Parish office at for more details.

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Our Parish --- Our People gives you a chance to be a steward of our parish community
and an opportunity to help build a vibrant parish, to bring new life to this parish,
and to fill the pews once again. My hope is that you will be open to my invitation and consider a sacrifice of
one hour's wage weekly.
I ask that you participate by returning
the commitment cards provided.
Thank you to those who have already responded.

Lessons and Carols

Sunday, December 14, 2014 @5PM

The Carol Service, reminiscent of its English heritage, is sung in a candlelight setting by the Cathedral Choir

FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC - No tickets required


"ADOPT-A-FAMILY" NOW IS THE TIME TO SIGN UP TO ADOPT a family in need this Christmas. Please help us with this long-standing Cathedral tradition ... In the coming weeks we will receive lists of needy families who seek assistance from our Sister Parish, Immaculate Conception, on Mosher Street. Most of the families are 5-6 people but some are up to 10. Please consider working with another volunteer and agreeing to "share" a larger family. You will be providing FOOD and a NEW GIFT for each family member.

Please look for the form on the website. Complete and return the form no later than Dec. 12th. We will send you the family's information (and age of the family members). You will need to deliver your items to the Cathedral parking lot on Saturday, Dec. 20th at 10AM.

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Together as one parish community ...
let us move onwards ...
towards the realization of the directions
set by
the Parish Strategic Pastoral Plan with
greater zeal and commitment

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Cathedral Updates

Solemn Choral Vespers - November 23, 2014 5PM

The Cathedral Choir will offer sung Choral Vespers in honor of St. Cecilia, patroness of music. Saint Cecilia, so often glorified in the fine arts and in poetry, is one of the most venerated martyrs of Christian antiquity. Choral works of Byrd, Howells, and Proulx will be offered in this service of Evening Prayer from the Liturgy of the Hours incorporating psalmody sung in antiphonal style as in the monastic tradition of the Church.

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