Weekday Masses: 7:00 AM
(No 7:00 AM on Wednesdays)
School Mass: 9:00 AM Wednesday
Saturday Mass: 4:30 PM
Sunday Masses: 8:00 AM and 10:30 AM
Confession: Saturday 10:30-11:30 AM (and by appointment)
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Pope Thursday Homily: Christian Life is a Continuous Battle Against the Devil
2014-10-30 (Vatican Radio) Pope Francis described Christian life as a continuous battle being waged against Satan, the world and the passions of the flesh. His comments came during his homily at Mass celebrated on Thursday morning at the Santa Marta residence. He stressed that the devil exists and we must fight against him with the armor of truth. Read More
The Feasts of All Saints & All Souls This Year
The Feasts of All Saints and All Souls occur on the weekend this year with All Saints Day falling on Saturday (Nov 1st) and All Souls Day falling on Sunday (Nov 2nd). Because the Feast of All Saints falls on a Saturday this year the obligation to attend Mass has been removed. However, I will celebrate a Mass for the Feast of All Saints at 9:00 a.m. next Saturday at the Cathedral. Read More...>>
Throughout the holiday season this year the CCF is inviting you to Change the World. Contribution of your pocket change will help "change" the holiday season for needy families in Duluth parishes.
Last summer, the CCF contributed $2,000 to the new Steve O’Neil Apartments. If you would like to make an individual donation to the Steve O'Neil Apartments the link is here.
To learn more about the Cathedral Cares Fund, and to explore the many links to Duluth area services for those in need click here.
This .pdf from the Knights of Columbus lists the steps on how to go to confession and includes an Examination of Conscience that should be undertaken in preparing for reconciliation. Download .pdf here.
10/27/14 1:09 am
By Mark Pattison / Catholic News Service Liturgical matters will take center stage on the agenda of action items at the fall general meeting of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, to be held Nov. 10-13 in Baltimore.
There will be five liturgical items up for consideration. All are subject to amendments from bishops. All but one require approval of two-thirds of the bishops, followed by final approval from the Vatican.Read More
10/27/14 12:21 am
By Catholic News Service Nina Pham, a Dallas nurse who was the first person known to have contracted the Ebola virus in the United States, thanked God, her family and her medical team for her recovery Oct. 24.
Pham held a news conference in Bethesda after she was declared virus-free and released from the National Institutes of Health Clinical Center.Read More
10/23/14 5:55 am
By Adelaide Mena/Catholic News Agency/EWTN News Hundreds of pilgrims and faithful from all states of life flocked to the St. John Paul II Shrine in Washington, D.C., Wednesday to celebrate the late pope and recently canonized saints first universal feast day.
To be able to celebrate in the presence of a saint on their first feast day, I think is just a point of great grace for the local church and all the pilgrims that come here, said Father Jonathan Kalisch, O.P, chaplain of the Saint John Paul II National Shrine, to CNA Oct. 22.Read More