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Welcome to the Cathedral of Mary Our Queen Parish. We are glad you have chosen to visit us.
Are you interested in learning more about becoming a parishioner of the Cathedral? Or, have you recently joined the Cathedral and want to learn about ways to get involved? Then, join us for our next New Parishioner Welcome Reception! Meet Fr. Bianco, Fr. Gough, and members of our different ministries at the welcome reception. To learn more, please contact Mary Beliveau at [email protected] or 410-464-4003.
If you are interested in receiving more information about our Parish but are not yet ready to formally join us, we are happy to welcome you as a visitor. Perhaps you have a question that has been a stumbling block in your journey of faith. If so, our Associate Pastor, Fr. Justin Gough is happy to answer your questions at [email protected] or 410-464-4002.
Through our middle school and high school youth groups, our Youth Minister is charged with creating a fun-filled, nurturing, and welcoming environment for our teenage parishioners to grow in their own relationship with Christ. As an integral component of our youth program, we emphasize social outreach to help those less fortunate. Learn more here.
Cathedral has many families active in our parish, and we welcome you and your family to join us. We encourage you to learn about our Family Ministry events -- ranging from annual events for the whole family to support for children at Mass on a regular basis.
Adult Faith Formation
Interested in growing in your faith as an adult? Cathedral offers Bible Studies, speakers, and other community-building and faith-sharing experiences for adults. Learn more here!
Preparing our community to receive Sacraments is also a key element of our ministry. Our youth minister coordinates the preparation for Confirmation, while our Coordinator of Religious Education coordinates the 1st Communion program, Family Faith Formation, and Vacation Bible School.
As Catholics, we are called to serve, and we offer many opportunities to give back. Explore our service projects to benefit the greater Baltimore community, as well as opportunities to serve the parish as a Liturgical Minister, Catechist, Music Minister, Cathedral Guide, and more.
Discerning a Vocation
If you feel a call to ministry, either as a priest, deacon, or religious sister, we encourage you to explore your thoughts about these vocational options with our Associate Pastor Fr. Justin Gough or by contacting the Archdiocese of Baltimore Office of Vocations.