Mass Schedule: Weekday 12:10pm, Saturday 4:00pm, Sunday 8:00am, 11:00am, 5:30pm
Confession: Saturday, 3:00-3:45pm
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CATHEDRAL PARISH
CELEBRATES THE
YEAR OF ST. JOHN BERCHMANS

There are times that several celebrations can take place at the same time.

This is one of those times.  As we are in the midst of the worldwide Papal Year of Saint Joseph, our parish will also celebrate our patron and an important milestone in his life.

Join us in remembering our patron, Saint John Berchmans, beginning on his 400th Anniversary of death, August 13, 2021, through to his Feast Day, November 26, 2022!

Look for ways all parishioners can celebrate his life, virtues, miracles and more!

Parish begins celebration of the
Year of Saint John Berchmans
Friday, August 13, 2021

Celebration includes evening Mass – all throughout the diocese will be invited to join us for the 5:30pm Mass remembering the patron saint of altar servers and students.  Then make plans to join us after Mass for the parish and school celebration in the Multi Room!

Saturday, August 14

Join us for the Three Cathedral Organists (Aaron D. Wilson, Fr. James R. McLelland, Bryan C. Bierbaum) Recital, 6:30pm, featuring the works of Dupre, Bach, Ficarri, Franck, Fey, and Teague, and others.  Premiering an original composition by Johnum Palado.  

Sunday, August 15

On our third day of Commemoration of the 400th Anniversary of the Death of our Patron: all are invited for Veneration of the relics of SJB’s Heart and other relics. Father Peter will give a talk about SJB’s life and death as well as  the events leading up to his canonization in 1888.  

School announces
Year of Saint John Berchmans

Saint John Berchmans 2021-2022 School year will focus on our patron, learning from him the many virtues that helped him become a Saint!

Look for more information to come on their year-round celebration of our patron!

Mass Schedule:

Mon-Fri: 12:05PM

Saturday: 4:00PM

Sunday: 8AM, 11AM, 5:30PM

Confession:

Wednesday: 11:40AM

Saturday: 3:00PM

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