A beautiful way to finish up the Season of Advent and prepare for the coming of the Christ Child, is to pray the Christmas Novena as a family.
Adoremus has a wonderful PDF suitable for printing to use at home.
Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary
8 December 2015
Holy Day of Obligation
Masses at Cathedral:
Parish Offices Closed
O God, who by the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary, didst prepare a worthy dwelling place for thy Son, we beseech thee that, as by the foreseen death of this, thy Son, thou didst preserve her from all stain, so too thou wouldst permit us, purified through her intercession, to come unto thee. Through the same Lord Jesus Christ, thy Son, who livest and reignest with thee in the unity of the Holy Ghost, God, world without end. Amen.
Join us on Gaudete Sunday, 13 December for the start of the Year of Mercy
for the 11:15 am Mass andSolemn Opening of the Cathedral Holy Door
by Bishop Guglielmone
A 40 Hours Devotion will follow for the start of the Holy Year:
Sunday, 13 December 7-9 pm
Monday, 14 December 9 am-8 pm
Tuesday, 15 December 9 am-8 pm
Wednesday 16 December 9 am-7 pm
7 pm Vespers, Eucharistic Procession& Benediction
Extra Confession times during 40 Hours:
Sunday, 13 December
Monday, 14 December
11 am—12 pm & 6 pm—8 pm
Tuesday, 15 December
10 am—12 pm & 6 pm—8 pm
Wednesday 16 December
10 am —12 pm & 5 pm—7 pm
Join us on Sunday, 8 November following the 9 am Mass for our Fellowship Breakfast. Stop in and say farewell and thank you to Deacon Jerry Remkiewicz who has served at the Cathedral for many years and wish him well on his new assignment!
Breakfast hosted by the Cathedral Men’s Club.