Our Masses are currently being streamed on our webcast. Learn more here.
Confessions are available from 4pm to 4:45pm on Saturdays, or by appointment.
The Cathedral is a welcoming community. We look forward to having you visit, fellowship, and worship with us! Opportunities are frequently planned for families with kids of all ages, as well as smaller group activities, like our ARISE faith-sharing groups or events with the Men of Mary Our Queen.
Cathedral has a variety of ministries to serve the parish and the greater Baltimore community. Consider sharing your time with our Liturgical Ministries, lending your talents to our Music Ministry, or gifting the love of faith as a Catechist or Youth volunteer. We also frequently organize opportunities to serve those in need, including our monthly Loaves and Fishes activities, projects to support our sister parishes in Druid Hill and in Haiti, and tasks that may be completed from home (like casserole-making!).
*all volunteers must be VIRTUS-approved before volunteering. Click the button above to learn more.
We would love to see you at Mass soon, as well as at other events in the future. Our calendar includes different opportunities for youth, families, adults of all ages, and more. Stay connected via our email list!
Thank you for your financial support of the parish. Every ministry, program, and service we offer at the Cathedral is only possible because of the financial contributions of parishioners, visitors, and friends of Cathedral. THANK YOU!
It’s probably safe to say that most of us have, at some point, failed to keep a promise we have made. Perhaps it was a promise to do something, or to send something that was requested, or to call someone back, or even to keep in touch with someone important in our lives. Although there are promises associated with a covenant, a covenant is much more than simply a promise. In the biblical sense, it is about an eternal bond between God and humanity. It is about a relationship between God and each one of us. The covenant is central to God’s revelation in Scripture and it is central to our lives as disciples of Christ.
Welcome to our next edition of Renew, Recharge, Respond! Our staff has created this resource for you (Cathedral parishioners, school families, staff, friends, and more) to stay engaged with your faith during this time.
Veronica volunteered to help Jesus. She saw his sweaty, bloody face / and was moved by the terrible pain she saw there. She did not hesitate to get her veil bloody and stained.
Learn about the Cathedral of Mary Our Queen, a vibrant parish in Baltimore. All are welcome!
Watch our daily webcast of Masses every weekday at 7am, Saturdays at 7am, and Sundays at 11am. Click here to view!