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Wednesday, January 6

RRR: Outdoor Mass sign-ups now available!

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.

Sunday, January 3

RRR: A Message of Gratitude from Monsignor Woy

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.

Sunday, January 3

Epiphany | Kevin Ewing

“They departed for their country by another way.” As we take our first cautious steps into the new year, hopefully we do so with a sense of optimism: this time is an opportunity for purpose and promise.

Saturday, January 2

Memorial of Saints Basil and Gregory | Jason Gaarder

The reason I picked this feast day of Saints Basil and Gregory is because my favorite uncle was actually named Basil Gregory. I called him Uncle Bill and he passed away 19 years ago. Until I saw the sign-up sheet for these reflections, I had no idea that saints representing Uncle Bill’s first and last names shared the same feast day. How I wish that Uncle Bill was still alive so that I could ask him if his parents picked the first name of Basil for that very reason. I only saw Uncle Bill once or twice a year, but, whether he knew it or not, he was one of those people whose influence certainly was a dash of a fragrant spice that made a positive and lasting contribution to the recipe of who I am today.

Friday, January 1

RRR: Mass sign-ups, today's schedule, and more

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, January 1

Mary Mother of God | Nichole Feltner​

“But Mary kept all these things, pondering them in her heart.” - Luke 2:19 At the Annunciation, anyone would have reasonably responded with fear about the coming months. Mary was not yet married and was told she was going to become pregnant. She has curiosity about how God will work such a wonder but she does not express worry about all of the possible situations she could have to deal with after accepting her role as Mother of God.

Thursday, December 31

Indoor Masses, Private Prayer, and Confession

Information on Cathedral's indoor Masses, private prayer, and Confession schedule and procedures.

Thursday, December 31

Seventh Day in the Octave of Christmas | Carney

“It is the last hour,” writes John in today’s first reading. And so it is! Few will shed a tear at the passing of 2020. To echo today’s psalm, let us hope and pray that we can all “sing a new song” in 2021.

Wednesday, December 30

RRR: A Special Message from Fr. Kevin

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, December 30

Sixth Day in the Octave of Christmas | Gillick

According to the laws of purification in the Book of Leviticus, a woman, after giving birth to a first-born son, withdrew for kind of a quarantine of purification from the loss of blood during the birth process. In today’s Gospel Joseph escorts his wife, Mary, to present her Son, Jesus, in the temple according also to the Law.