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 at Mass: Closeness and Compassion
2014-09-16 (Vatican Radio) Beautiful homilies are useless if you are not close to the people, if you do not suffer with the people and do not give hope, they are vanity: This was Pope Francis’ reflection Tuesday morning during Mass in Santa Marta... Read More
Away on Pilgrimage to Prague and Poland
Bishop Sirba and I are heading up a group of 76 pilgrims that will visit holy sites in Prague and Poland through September 20th. Read More Posts...>>
Thank you for your donations in August to the Cathedral Cares Fund! $250 was contributed to buy school supplies for Duluth Area Catholic School families. There are kids with new backbacks and many things that they need to start the new school year because of your generosity!
Earlier this 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.
09/03/14 11:44 pm
By Elise Harris / Catholic News Agency / EWTN News In the wake of the suspension of Archbishop Fulton Sheens cause for canonization due to an ownership dispute of his remains, the office promoting his sainthood says it doesnt expect the halt to last long.
Postulator Dr. Andrea Ambrosi has been aware of the issue regarding the transfer of Archbishop Sheens remains but does not believe that this will be a lasting impediment, his office said in comments made to CNA Sept. 4.Read More
08/27/14 2:57 am
This year Pope Francis canonized Saint John XXIII and Saint John Paul II. Both made immense contributions to the social teaching of the Church on the dignity of labor and its importance to human flourishing. St. John Paul II called work "probably the essential key to the whole social question" (Laborem Exercens, No. 3) and St. John XXIII stressed workers are "entitled to a wage that is determined in accordance with the precepts of justice" (Pacem in Terris, No. 20). Read more >>Read More
08/21/14 12:00 am
Catholic News Agency/EWTN News Organizers of a satanic black mass slated to take place in Oklahoma City next month face a lawsuit on grounds that the consecrated Host used for the sacrilegious event is stolen.
We are honored to represent Archbishop [Paul] Coakley in this fight against the desecration of the Blessed Sacrament, attorney Michael W. Caspino told The National Catholic Register. The archbishop should be lauded for his courageous stance against the enemies of the church.Read More