See the Catholic Courier’s photos from our First Responders Mass, hosted at the Cathedral on September 10th.
Join us the evening June 2 for back-to-back First Friday and First Saturday Masses as we honor the United Hearts of Jesus and Mary.
10:00pm – Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament
11:00pm – First Friday Mass of the Sacred Heart
Midnight – First Saturday Mass of the Immaculate Heart
Our visit from Dr. Ralph Martin was a great blessing!
If you missed his talks, you can view them here:
Thank you so much to all of our parishioners and contributors, who helped us to reach our parish goal for the Diocesan Catholic Ministries Appeal (CMA). May God bless your generosity and your commitment to our Cathedral parish!
Join us for our Friday Lenten Devotions:
11:30am – Confessions
12:10 – Mass
12:45 – Stations of the Cross “with Mary”
1:15pm – Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament
3:00pm – Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament
4:45pm – Confessions
5:45pm – Solemn Stations of the Cross
6:30pm – Meatless Pot Luck Dinner (in downstairs Cathedral Hall)
Click here to view Cardinal Dolan’s homily at the Funeral Mass of the Most Reverend Bishop Matthew H. Clark
Fr. Van Lieshout will teach a Four-Week Study on some basic arguments that can be effective in defending basic belief in God’s existence. St. Peter says: “Always be prepared to make a defense to any one who calls you to account for the hope that is in you” (1 Peter 3:15).
Sessions will be held Sunday evenings from 6:30 to 7:45pm in the Cathedral hall.
***Please note!: Due to Bishop Clark’s Funeral Services, the sessions will be pushed back one week. The new dates are:
February 5th, February 12th, February 19th, and February 26th
Click this LINK to sign-up!
Bishop Salvatore R. Matano offered a Solemn Requiem Mass for the soul of Pope Benedict XVI on Wednesday, January 4th, at 7pm here at Sacred Heart Cathedral.
If you are looking to catch up on previous homilies, see our Sunday Homilies page under the “Our Faith” tab!