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Mass Times

 

 The general obligation to attend Mass on Sundays and Holy Days of Obligation has been reinstated in our Diocese.  While the general dispensation has been removed, there are specific instances where the dispensation will continue.  Our Diocese has updated information online at www.kcsjcatholic.org, inviting all to "Come Home to Communion".

For those who are symptomatic, or who have been advised by medical doctors to avoid public gatherings, or who are otherwise ill or homebound (as well as their caregivers), our 8:30 AM Sunday Mass  will be live streamed at

https://www.facebook.com/pg/CathedralStJoseph/videos/ 

or

For those who do not have a Facebook account CLICK HERE.

The live-streamed Mass also will be uploaded by Monday morning to our YouTube Channel - CLICK HERE.

Our virtual Tuesday, Thursday, and Sunday evening Rosaries at 7 pm will  be live streamed. 

 

( PLEASE DO NOT ENTER CHURCH IF YOU HAVE A FEVER, ARE ILL, HAVE COVID-19, OR

BEEN EXPOSED TO SOMEONE WHO HAS COVID-19.)

CONFESSIONS (generally 1/2 hour before Mass except as noted): 

Monday: 8:00-8:20 am

No confessions on Tuesday

Wednesday: 5:20-5:50 pm 

 Thursday: 7:20-7:50 am 

 Friday: 7:20-7:50 am 

Saturday: 7:20-7:50 am and 2:30-3:50 pm

Sunday:  7:50-8:20 am and 10:50-11:20 am

Rosary 

Tuesday, Thursday, and Sunday: 7 pm (live stream only)

Saturday: 3:30 pm (before 4 pm Mass) in Church

Sunday:  8:00 am (before 8:30 am Mass) in Church

 Mass (live-streamed)

The Sunday Mass will be uploaded by Monday morning to our YouTube Channel:
 
Weekend Masses 

Cathedral: Saturday at 4:00 pm 

St. Mary Church: Saturday at 5:30 pm 

Cathedral: Sunday at 8:30 am and 11:30 am 

St. Mary Church:  10:00 am

We are having a Novena of Masses to the Immaculate Conception from November 30 to December 8.  To accommodate these Masses, some daily Masses at Cathedral and at St. Mary's have been canceled or rescheduled:

TUESDAY, Nov. 30:  6 pm Novena Mass at Cathedral (with Cathedral Choir)

WEDNESDAY, Dec. 1:  6 pm Novena Mass at Cathedral

THURSDAY, Dec. 2:  6 pm Novena Mass at Cathedral

FRIDAY, Dec. 3:  8 am Advent All School Mass

6 pm Novena Mass at Cathedral 

SATURDAY, Dec. 4: 8 am Mass at Cathedral

4 pm Mass at Cathedral, followed by Novena Prayers

5:30 pm Mass at St. Mary's Church followed by Novena Prayers

SUNDAY, Dec. 5: 8:30 am Mass at Cathedral

10 am Mass at St. Mary's Church

11:30 am Mass at Cathedral

6 pm Solemn Evening and Novena Prayers at Cathedral (with Cathedral Choir)

MONDAY, Dec. 6: 6 pm Novena Mass at Cathedral

TUESDAY, Dec. 7:  6 pm Novena Mass at Cathedral (Vigil Mass for Solemnity of Immaculate Conception)

WEDNESDAY, Dec. 8:  8 am All School Mass at Cathedral

12 noon Mass at St. Mary's Church for Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception (last day of Novena)

6 pm Mass at Cathedral for Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception (last day of Novena - with Cathedral Choir)

Daily Masses at Cathedral 

Monday: 8:30 am 

Tuesday: 6:15 am 

Wednesday: 6:00 pm 

Thursday: 8:00 am 

Friday: 8:00 am 

Saturday: 8:00 am 

St. Mary Church Daily Masses

Tuesday: 12 noon  

Wednesday: 12 noon  

Thursday: 12 noon 

 

Parish News

Novena Prayers

November 29, 2021

At the Cathedral and St. Mary’s we’re having a Novena with Masses to the Immaculate Conception . This will also be a way for...Read more

Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament

Join us in prayer for Cathedral Church, ECC, School, & your own intentions
November 28, 2021

Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament usually will be held Monday-Friday. However, check the sign-up website to check for any adjustments in the daily schedule....Read more

Listening Guide for Christmas on Cathedral Hill

November 18, 2021

Click Here to download the listening guide.

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