Coronavirus Updates

MEMORIAL DAY- LIVESTREAM MASS AT 7:30; CHURCH IS CLOSED, NO AFTERNOON CONFESSIONS

Church Hours: Weekdays (M-F) for confessions 3:45-5:00 p.m.; Saturdays- 3:30-5:00 p.m.

Daily Mass is livestreamed at 7:30 a.m. Monday through Friday. 

NEW-Read the May 23, 2020 letter to the Lay Faithful from Archbisop Hebda-Click here.

Public Masses at the Cathedral will begin on Saturday May 30th at 5:15 p.m.

Read Fr. Ubel's May 15 Star Tribune Letter to the Editor here for the web link or here for a pdf.

Daily ConfessionsPark curbside on Selby Ave. Click here for Confession Protocols.

See the Letter of Pope Francis to the Faithful for the Month of May Click here to read. 

 

Visit the page of our Rector, Fr. John L. Ubel. Read his Sunday homilies.
You can also read his weekly column.

Explore Cathedral parish life, including participation in the sacraments, parish organizations and ministries, sacred music, and faith formation.
Read the current and past Sunday bulletins.
View the calendar of events for this week.
Check the Liturgical Ministry Schedule.

Our St. Vincent de Paul Campus in Saint Paul's Frogtown neighborhood (651 Virginia Street) serves the local Hmong Catholic community.

Make a pilgrimage to the National Shrine of the Apostle Paul. Learn about our bond of spiritual affinity with the Papal Basilica of Saint Paul Outside-the-Walls in Rome and the Archconfraternity of the Apostle Paul.

Learn about the history of the Cathedral of Saint Paul. Study its art and architecture. Schedule a group tour of the Cathedral or take a virtual tour on your mobile device.

Partake in our efforts to restore and preserve the Cathedral of Saint Paul as a national treasure through the Cathedral Heritage Foundation, a non-profit, non-sectarian, historic preservation, cultural and arts organization.

Map and Directions

 

Join Us For:

5/26/20 Mass for Tuesday in the 7th Week of Easter

Celebrant: Fr. John Ubel

For Tuesday 5/26/20
Mass will begin to live stream at 7:30 AM

Note: Watch on Facebook here & YouTube here

Mass readings available free from Magnificat:


Click the image below to take the 360° panoramic tour, allowing you to look up, down, and all around you as you "walk" around the Cathedral.