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Sunday, April 5

A special video reflection from Monsignor Woy

You're invited to watch Monsignor Woy's reflection on the Sunday of Holy Week, part of Cathedral's Lenten Reflection series.

Saturday, April 4

Saturday of the Fifth Week of Lent | Mike Gabriele

In today’s Gospel, Caiaphas unintentionally, but very succinctly, prophesizes God’s great plan of salvation. When a warning reaches him that Jesus and His disciples could possibly insight the Romans to crack down even harder upon the Jews, Caiaphas responds, “It is better for one man to die instead of the people.” While undoubtedly stating his own selfish plans to eliminate Jesus, his words were an incredible foreshadow to God’s loving sacrifice for humanity.

Friday, April 3

Holy Week and Easter Schedule

We hope you will join us virtually!

Friday, April 3

Respond: Cathedral's Virtual Engagement

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.

Friday, April 3

Friday of the Fifth Week of Lent | Stations of the Cross, Station VII

Even with Simon's help, / Jesus falls again. In many things we fail, / as individuals, / as families, / as a parish, / as a nation. It takes repeated effort to control our tempers / or to learn the art of prayer / or to rise to the challenge of real self-giving.

Thursday, April 2

Thursday of the Fifth Week of Lent | Ximena DeBroeck

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.

Wednesday, April 1

Recharge: Cathedral's Virtual Engagement

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.

Wednesday, April 1

Wednesday of the Fifth Week of Lent | Stations of the Cross, Station VI

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.

Tuesday, March 31

Tuesday of the Fifth Week of Lent | Karen Banta

For twenty years my extended family vacationed in Hilton Head for two weeks every Summer. Over the years, we tried many ways to shorten our drive in order to avoid “Beach traffic” and I-95 road construction. Ultimately, we settled on a two-day drive down with an overnight stop in Rocky Mount, North Carolina. Bearing in mind that this was in the days prior to the wide-spread use of cell phones and GPS, my husband David had one rule for the drive: each passenger could only ask “Are we there yet?” one time per day.

Monday, March 30

Current Updates re: Our Response to COVID-19

A letter and updates from Msgr. Woy and Fr. Kevin about updates for the Cathedral regarding our response to COVID-19.