Mass & Confession Schedule

Celebration of the Eucharist 
    
    Weekend
        Saturday:  4:00 pm
        Sunday:    7:00 am, 9:15 am,
                         11:15 am, 5:00 pm
 
    Weekdays
        Monday, Wednesday, Friday:  12:10 pm

        Tuesday, Thursday:  6:30 am
 
Celebration of Penance
        Friday:  4:45-5:15pm
        Saturday:  2:30-3:30 pm
 

 
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Coming Up at the Cathedral

Stations of the Cross

Starting February 12, every Friday during Lent after 12:10 pm Mass in the Cathedral. 

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FOOD FRENZY WEEKEND!

February 13 and 14 is our Food Frenzy weekend. We would greatly appreciate donations of canned meats, macaroni & cheese and cereal. Your generosity is greatly appreciated. 

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Lent at the Cathedral-February 14th

The first in a five-part series Rev. Dr. George Heyman, President, St. Bernard’s School of Theology and Ministry will discuss: “Poverty: A Biblical Perspective.”

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Soup and Scripture: Lenten Reflections-February 14th

Dr. Joe Kelly, Professor Emeritus, Nazareth College will discuss the Old Testament. 

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Lent at the Cathedral-February 21st

The second in a five-part series, Sister Janet Korn, RSM, Justice Coordinator for the Sisters of Mercy, Rochester and Buffalo will discuss “Poverty: The talk of the town.”

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Soup and Scripture: Lenten Reflections-February 21st

Rev. Dr. George Heyman, President, St. Bernard’s School of Theology and Ministry will discuss the New Testament. 

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Lent at the Cathedral-February 28th

The third in a five-part series, John Strazzabosco, educator, writer and lecturer on the effects of poverty: “The Anatomy of Poverty.” 

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Soup and Scripture: Lenten Reflections-February 28th

Dr. Joe Kelly, Professor Emeritus, Nazareth College will discuss the Old Testament, 

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Mass for First Friday - March 4

Part of the Jubilee of Mercy - Bishop Matano will celebrate mass at 6:30 p.m. followed by Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament and individual confessions. 

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Lent at the Cathedral-March 6th

The fourth in a five-part series, Marlene Bessette, President and CEO, Catholic Family Center will discuss “Stories from the City: Rochester’s Poverty Initiative.”

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Giving/Stewardship

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Spiritual Growth

Wherever you are on your spiritual journey, a deeper relationship with God and greater understanding are always possible.

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Music at the Cathedral

2015 Gateways Music Festival Musicians our special guests at the

9:15 Mass on Sunday, August 16, 2015

JoSunJari String Quartet

Joelle Britt, Violin

Sunnaj Britt, Violin

Sujari Britt, Cello

 

 

 

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Parish Life

The DeVany Fund

Thanks to a generous bequest from Leo DeVany, the Cathedral Commnity is privileged to maintain a fund to improve the lives of the poor among us.

The DeVany Fund provides financial assistance to agencies, church ministries and other organizations that provide direct assistance to the poor or that work to address issues that impact the poor. For example, grants have been awarded to assist with providing winter clothing, indigent burial, tutoring services, skill building, after-school supports, emergency services or job training. DeVany Fund grants may not be used to provide individual donations to cover a person’s personal needs.

All grants proposals must support charitable works that are consistent with the moral, ethical and doctrinal teachings of the Roman Catholic Church. Grant awards range from $500 to $5,000; the number of awards depends on the growth of the fund.

Applications are due by May 30th each year and recipients will be announced by June 30th of each year. Questions about the DeVany Fund or eligibility for grants may be directed to Carla Palumbo at carly1002@aol.com or 585-647-4072.

 

 

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