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Loving God, make the doors of this Cathedral wide enough to receive all who need human love and friendship, narrow enough to shut out all envy, and strife. Make its threshold smooth enough to be no stumbling block to children, nor, to straying feet. O God, make the doors of this Cathedral the gateway to your eternal kingdom.

Mass Schedule:  Mass is still being celebrated Sunday mornings at 11:30 am. Please  join remotely from your home. See link below.
Saturday: 4:00 pm (anticipatory Mass)
Sunday: 8:30 am |11:30 am
Holy Days of Obligation: 12:00 pm|5:30 pm    
 Daily Mass-Tuesday - Friday : 12:00 pm
 Holy Hour First  Friday of the month : 10:45 am 

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Today's Daily Readings

Cathedral open for private prayer -  Social distancing  required, masks recommended.  Or join us from your homes during these times.  Your prayer intentions are remembered.  If you feel sick or are high risk for complications, please remain at  home and stay safe.
                Monday- Friday:   5-6 pm.  
                Saturday: 2:30-3:30 pm.  Sacrament of Confession available
                Sunday:   Mass will be live streamed at 11:30 am.

Cathedral Open for Mass -   Although the mask mandate has been lifted by the governor and we no longer will require masks, Bishop Berg is encouraging the use of masks at Mass, but this is not required.  Please be considerate of those around you. We will continue to social distance the best we can.
  •  Not required to wear a mask; however encouraged
  • Practice Social Distancing as best we can
  • Mass will continue to be livestream for our homebound/elderly and sick and those who wish to follow  Bishop Berg's Homilies and we encourage all others to join us at Mass in person.

Wearing a Mask and the 4 Levels of Happiness  A short video by Deacon Dan

CLICK HERE: Pueblocatholic.org-Click here for livestream and please allow 15 minutes for it  to begin. It is on the Diocese Page and click watch Mass.

                                                     Cathedral Rector Very Rev. Derrek Scott

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