The Cathedral of Our Lady of the Rosary 

Morning Mass: Monday through Friday 7:00 AM

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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From the Vatican

Pope Francis: "Jesus is the Bread of Life"

Pope 0802152015-08-02 (Vatican Radio) Pope Francis has urged the faithful to look beyond material needs and turn to Jesus who is “the bread of life”. Taking his cue from the Gospel reading of the day which tells of the crowd that went looking for Jesus, not because they saw the signs but because they had eaten the loaves of bread and were filled, Pope Francis pointed out that those people gave more value to the bread than to He who gave them the bread.  Read More

Fr. Peter's Post

Order Your 125th Anniversary T-Shirt

Fr. Peter Muhich

We are taking orders for special 125th Anniversary T-Shirts that also identify our parishes.  Orders will be taken after Masses this weekend and next.  The T-Shirts are just $10 and will help show the community that St. Mary Star of the Sea/Our Lady of Mercy and the Cathedral parishes are proud to celebrate 125 years of proclaiming Jesus Christ in Northeastern Minnesota.  (You can also call the parish office to place your order). Read more posts here.

Sacrament of Reconciliation Guide

 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.

Liturgical Minister Xpress Access

Liturgical Ministers, please use the button here to access the most current Liturgical Ministry schedule.  Link to Altar Server schedule is here.LitMin

New Altar Server Schedule

The Altar Server Schedule from January through the beginning of September is posted here.

Cathedral Cares Fund

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 The Cathedral Cares Fund is helping do Christ’s work in our community. 

The money that you put in the colorful envelopes in the pews helps feed the hungry, clothe the naked and protect life. Learn more about the CCF here.

Join Fr. Peter & Fr. Tony in the Holy Land

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Join me and Fr. Tony Wroblewski on a Pilgrimage to the Holy Land in January 2016.  The 11-day pilgrimage to the places of Our Lord’s birth, ministry, death, and resurrection will take place January 4-14, 2016.  This will be a guided tour with daily Mass and times of reflection as well as time for making new friends and time for enjoying the beauty and bounty of the Holy Land.  Brochures with detailed information are available in church and at the parish office.  Space is limited to 40 and we have 36 paid reservations, so don’t wait if you are planning on making this pilgrimage.  Call the Cathedral parish office 728-3646.  Color brouchure is available here.

Symbolon Registration

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We are introducing the parishes to the Symbolon which is a faith formation program available to every parishioner on-line.  This means that you can have access to a program that will help you know the Catholic faith, live it and be able to talk about it with others.

To register, click here.

If you have any questions about this program, please call Jack at 218.728.3646

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Parish Office Hours

Monday -Thurs: 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Friday 8:00 AM - 1:00 PM


2801 East 4th Street
Duluth, MN 55812
(driving instructions here)

Phone: 218-728-3646

Photo Albums

  • Summer at the Cathedral
  • Summer at the Cathedral
  • May Crowning Procession
  • May Crowning Procession
  • May Crowning Procession
  • May Crowning Procession
  • May Crowning Procession
  • Summer at the Cathedral
  • Easter 2015 at the Cathedral
  • New Catholics were welcomed at the Easter Vigil
  • New Catholics were welcomed at the Easter Vigil
  • Easter 2015 at the Cathedral
  • New Catholics were welcomed at the Easter Vigil
  • New Catholics were welcomed at the Easter Vigil
  • Summer at the Cathedral
  • Our Lady of Sorrow statue
  • New Catholics were welcomed at the Easter Vigil
  • Organ pipes with Rose Window
  • Baptistry
  • Mary Icon in the Bishop's Chapel
  • Queen of Angels Mosaic
  • St. Matthew Reliquary

Publications


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Diocese News

Here’s Pope Francis’ schedule for the Jubilee of Mercy

Catholic News Agency/EWTN News — Twelve prominent events, each with the participation of Pope Francis, have been scheduled in Rome for the upcoming Jubilee of Mercy, and CNA was able to glance at details of their programs.

The 12 big events of the Jubilee of Mercy will be: 24 hours for the Lord, a day-long period of Eucharistic adoration; To Dry the Tears, a prayer vigil; and jubilees centered on pilgrimage workers; the sick and disabled; catechists; deacons; teenagers; priests; volunteers of mercy; the Curia; Mary; and Divine Mercy spirituality.

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Liz Hoefferle: Aim for more than just avoiding sin; cultivate virtue

A ninth-grade class religious education class was learning about the moral teachings of the church when one of the inquisitive students wanted to know, “How far can I go before it’s a sin?”

While the student’s concern about avoiding sin is certainly commendable, the purpose of our lives is not simply to avoid sin. It is much more than that. We were made to grow in love of God and one another.

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Father Richard Kunst: With St. James, tradition bumps into political correctness

As significant the Twelve Apostles are to the Christian faith, we know so little about them. Even the book in the Bible known as the Acts of the Apostles is a misnomer, because it’s really only about one of the original Twelve (Peter) and the late-comer Paul.

What we know about the rest of the original Twelve is nothing. There is simply no reliable contemporary writing about what happened to the other apostles after Pentecost. There is, however, plenty of tradition. Each of these men have had fascinating stories develop around their person throughout 2,000 years of Christian tradition, mostly written centuries after their deaths. None of them is more interesting than St. James the Greater, whose feast day we celebrate July 25.

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