Covid-19 Updates-

Re: Click here to read Archbishop Hebda's letter on face coverings. For detailed protocols, click here

Church Hours:

Monday- Friday: 7:15-8:15 a.m. (for the 7:30 Mass); 3:45-5:00 p.m. for afternoon confessions. 

Saturdays: 3:30-5:00 for confessions; for those attending the 5:15 p.m. Mass, doors open at 4:50 p.m.

Sunday Masses: 8:00 &10:00 a.m., 12:00 Noon, 5:00 p.m.  Following sanitization protocols, doors open 25-30 minutes before each Mass.

Daily Mass is livestreamed at 7:30 a.m. Monday through Friday (scroll down to see video feed). 

Review Cathedral Protocols for Mass. View a seating map  and entrances/exits to plan for Mass.

Daily Confessions: Click here for Confession Protocols.

 

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:

9/21/20 Monday Morning Mass for the 25th Week in Ordinary Time

Celebrant: Fr. Joseph Bambenek

For Monday 9/21/20
Mass will begin to stream at 7:30 AM

Note: After initial streaming, Mass will be available on Facebook here & YouTube here.

Mass readings available at a reduced subscription from Magnificat:


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9/22/20 Tuesday Morning Mass for the 25th Week in Ordinary Time

Celebrant: Fr. John Ubel



For Tuesday 9/22/20
Mass will begin to stream at 7:30 AM

Note: After initial streaming, Mass will be available on Facebook here & YouTube here.

Mass readings available at a reduced subscription from Magnificat:


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9/27/20 Sunday Morning Mass for the 26th Week in Ordinary Time

Celebrant: Fr. John Ubel



For Sunday 9/27/20
Organ prelude will begin shortly before the start of Mass at 5:15 PM

Bulletin/Liturgy Guide here

Note: After initial streaming, Mass will be available on Facebook here & YouTube here.

Mass readings available at a reduced subscription from Magnificat:


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9/26/20 Saturday Evening Mass for the 26th Week in Ordinary Time

Celebrant: Fr. John Ubel

For Saturday 9/26/20
Organ prelude will begin shortly before the start of Mass at 5:15 PM

Bulletin/Liturgy Guide here

Note: After initial streaming, Mass will be available on Facebook here & YouTube here.

Mass readings available at a reduced subscription from Magnificat:


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9/25/20 Friday Morning Mass for the 29th Week in Ordinary Time

Celebrant: Fr. John Ubel

For Friday 9/25/20
Mass will begin to stream at 7:30 AM

Note: After initial streaming, Mass will be available on Facebook here & YouTube here.

Mass readings available at a reduced subscription from Magnificat:


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9/23/20 Wednesday Morning Mass for the 25th Week in Ordinary Time

Celebrant: Fr. John Ubel

For Wednesday 9/23/20
Mass will begin to stream at 7:30 AM

Note: After initial streaming, Mass will be available on Facebook here & YouTube here.

Mass readings available at a reduced subscription from Magnificat:


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9/24/20 Thursday Morning Mass for the 25th Week in Ordinary Time

Celebrant: Fr. John Ubel

For Thursday 9/24/20
Mass will begin to stream at 7:30 AM

Note: After initial streaming, Mass will be available on Facebook here & YouTube here.

Mass readings available at a reduced subscription from Magnificat:


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