PARISH NEWS

ANNOUNCEMENTS
FROM THE DIOCESE

Vaccines should be received, for the common good

Bishop W. Shawn McKnight has issued the following statement: Recent statements from some bishops of the Catholic Church and subsequent news stories on these statements have caused public confusion regarding the moral implications of Catholics using the Johnson and Johnson vaccine. I affirm what the Holy See, the US Conference of Catholic Bishops, the Missouri…

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1 March 2021

Join us for a Novena in Honor of St. Joseph, praying for Pope Francis, supporting the Catholic Relief Services, and more…

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15 February 2021

As we enter the sacred season of Lent, this Monday Morning Memo is chockfull of resources for Lent, info on the Rite of Election, and more.

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DIOCESAN EVENTS

The Solemnity of All Saints

November 1 | The Solemnity of All Saints Day (All Saints Day) is a Holy Day of Obligation. Check Mass times at your local parish.

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Infirm Priest Fund Collection (Assessed)

To maintain a reserve fund for out-of-the-ordinary health needs of diocesan priests not covered by health insurance.

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Catholic Relief Services and Development (3 in 1) Collection

To help needy, sick and hungry overseas; support the administration and works of the Holy Father; support work of sacred shrines and Church in the Holy Land.

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Parish News

Stay connected with our parish by enjoying these latest news items

12/3/2020 Cathedral Kids

By Jane Verry | December 3, 2020

Christmas Eve Servers Needed The parish is requesting servers for the following Masses on Christmas Eve, December 24th:3:00 pm Mass3 servers needed5:00 pm Mass3 servers needed7:00 pm Mass (Bishop’s Mass)4 servers needed (2 servers have already volunteered)*All servers would need to arrive 15 minutes prior to the start of Mass if possible.If your student is…

11/30/2020 Cathedral Kids

By Jane Verry | November 30, 2020

SCRIP If you want guaranteed SCRIP gift cards, they must be ordered by Dec. 11 to arrive before Dec. 18, our last day of school before Christmas Break. SCRIP will be sold after Dec. 11, but only cards that are in stock will be available. Life Runners Calling all walkers, runners, and pro-life staff/ children/…

Holy Day of Obligation Mass Times

By Marie Wiskirchen | November 18, 2020

The Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary Dec. 7:  6:00 p.m. Vigil Mass. December 8:  8:00 a.m. and 12:10 p.m.

7th Annual Fall & Winter Coat Drive

By Marie Wiskirchen | November 13, 2020

The Knight’s Fall & Winter Coat Drive wraps up the weekend of November 22. Our approach this year needs to be modified because of the pandemic, as our distribution outlets at the Samaritan Center and Capital Region cannot accept used items at this time, like they have in the past. So please consider helping support this…

11/11 Cathedral Kids

By Jane Verry | November 11, 2020

8th Grade Teacher Treats Thank you so very much for the delicious Madison’s Cafe luncheon you provided to the teachers and staff today. It was much appreciated! November Menu For the November menu, click here. November Calendar 13 No School – Professional Development Day 16 7th Grade COPE Retreat 18 Covenant Radio Trip 19 Spirit…

11/3 Cathedral Kids

By Jane Verry | November 3, 2020

Life Runners Please wear your Life Runners Jersey tomorrow to show your support for the unborn. Join us at Memorial Park at 3:30 for a “Thankful” themed workout.  November Menu For the November menu, click here. November Activity Calendar 04 Life Runners walk/run 3:30 p.m. Memorial Park 06 School Mass: Preschool-2nd & 6th-8th 8 a.m. Cathedral…

Rosary For Our Nation

By Marie Wiskirchen | October 30, 2020

The Marian Prayer Group will be offering a Rosary for our Nation on Monday, November 2nd, at 7:00 p.m. in the St. Joseph Cathedral.  We think it is a good time to ask Our Lady again for her prayers and intercession as we decide who will lead our nation, state and other political offices for the next…

St. Joseph First Responders

By Marie Wiskirchen | October 28, 2020