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Holy Communion Flow

New Flow Pattern for Distribution of Holy Communion

Effective July 7/8 there will be a new flow for distribution of Holy Communion during Mass at the Cathedral. Members will walk down the center isle and outside isles to receive the Body then move toward the other interior isles for the Blood and return to the pew. Please review the illustration in the below […]

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Vocation Awareness Week

Many thanks to our priests, school faculty and staff, religious visitors, and parish families who participated in our Vocation Awareness Week activities and prayers. Please continue our work for religious vocations by inviting someone you know who has the qualities to be a good priest, deacon, brother or sister to consider this call from God.   Breakdown of the week:   […]

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Gymnasium / Fine Arts Expansion – UPDATE!

 *UPDATE – 10/30/17 CLICK HERE TO PLEDGE! We are making great progress, BUT we still have a bit to go in this journey. The thermometer on the website has been updated to reflect around $733,000 in pledges. With the Diocesan Catholic Stewardship Appeal taking place right now, we have pulled back our promotion of the […]

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Discretion in Almsgiving

All are welcome to join us for prayer and worship. However, in order to respect our place of worship, we ask that no one solicit or give out money on our parish property – including the Cathedral, Adoration Chapel, Undercroft, Parish Office, steps of all buildings, playground, and the school – without prior knowledge and permission […]

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Congratulations, Helias Catholic High School!

We would like to extend a congratulations to Helias Catholic High School on the dedication and blessing of their new Crusader Athletic Complex – Ray Hentges Football Stadium, Lasallian Soccer Field, and Gerhardinger Tennis Pavilion. We recognize all the hard work and efforts of many who made this dream an incredible reality. Through the use […]

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School Debt Pay-Off

Msgr. Kurwicki, Jim Vignola and Clarence Denkler presented the final check to Central Bank on the 2008 two million dollar loan on the School addition. This brings that 5.6 million dollar campaign to a very successful conclusion thanks to your prayers, support and gifts. Those debt reduction envelopes work!

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