Bishop Talley Issues Decree Lifting Suspension of Masses

On Friday, May 1, Bishop Talley issued a Decree Lifting Suspension of Masses. The Decree includes specific guidelines to ensure the safety of clergy and parishioners.  Dispensation from the obligation to attend Mass, particularly to those vulnerable to the COVID-19 virus, continues through June 30th.  CLICK HERE to read the full Decree. En Español.

Cathedral Confessions and Mass Schedule

The Cathedral will be closed to private prayer beginning on Wednesday, May 13. We will be deep cleaning and disinfecting the worship space in anticipation of resuming public Masses on Saturday, May 16 at 5:00pm.  As the Cathedral will be cleaned and disinfected after each Mass, we will be open for Mass only, not for private prayer.
We will maintain our regular weekend Mass schedule and will resume our 6:30am weekday Mass on Monday, May 18. However, our 8:00am Mass will not resume at this time.  On Saturday, May 16, Bishop Talley will celebrate the 5pm vigil Mass at the Cathedral. CLICK HERE for a worship guide.
To preserve the cleanliness of our worship space, there will be no confessions heard before Mass. Confessions will be heard on Saturday mornings from 10:30-11:30am. In this time of social distancing, we are temporarily relocating Confessions to the open air garage of the parish offices (formerly the rectory). Please respect the boundaries that will be evident as you wait your turn. 
Posted by June LaPorta at 7:31 AM