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Holy Eucharist
Cathedral Mass Times
  • Saturday evenings at 5:00 pm
  • Sunday mornings at 9:00 am
  • 1st and 3rd Sundays at noon (Spanish mass)
  • 2nd Sundays during the school year at 5:00 pm (Teen Mass)


Cathedral First Holy Communion

Children who are in 2nd grade and have celebrated Reconciliation may begin the preparations for their First Holy Communion. Typically, there is a Parent Information Session held sometime in January with First Communion Masses being in early May. During the preparation period the children work through their 1st Communion workbooks in School or in RE with Mrs. Kraft, the 1st Sacraments coordinator. Also, there is a Lenten Service project the children are asked to do in preparation for their 1st Holy Communion. If you have questions about the Cathedral’s First Communion program you may contact Mrs. Kraft in the Cathedral School or email her at: tkraft.cathedral@midconetwork.com


Cathedral Eucharistic Adoration

The Cathedral parish offers Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament 7 days a week. On Mondays - Saturdays Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament occurs from 9am - 11pm. The Blessed Sacrament is reposed at any time we have Mass during these hours, e.g., a funeral Mass, etc. On Sundays Exposition occurs from 2pm - 5pm. Everyone is encouraged to just ‘drop by’ and make a visit to the Blessed Sacrament for Adoration whenever you are free. There are many, many prayer materials and spiritual reading books available to you to assist you in your meditation and prayer before Jesus. We especially encourage anyone who wishes to become a regular “adorer� and take one hour a week (or more if you wish!) to contact Terry Dusek (218-280-1269) and let us know that. You will be greatly blessed as you draw closer to Christ, and your life will be changed as you open your heart to his abiding love.


Catechesis on the Eucharist
Click for a link to a live image of The Blessed Sacrament in Exposition