Visit Your Cathedral
The Cathedral has been serving its parishioners and the Diocese of Scranton for over 160 years. Join us each day for private prayer and worship. Everything about our Cathedral invites us to reflect on something greater than ourselves.
Cathedral Mission Renewed
Over the past year, the time, talent, and resources of the Cathedral parish family have changed countless lives in our community! In order to continue our mission and ministries, we encourage everyone to help us respond to God's great gift of love by taking part in Cathedral Mission Renewed.
The Season of Lent
Join us at the Cathedral throughout the season for an array of featured programs, services, and opportunities to assist those most in need in our community.
Many services will be held in-person and online.
THE CATHEDRAL OF SAINT PETER
Welcome to the official website for the Cathedral of Saint Peter, serving the faithful of the Diocese of Scranton since 1853. This website will serve to keep our parish community connected through news, helpful links, and practical parish information. We invite you to also browse through its pages, where you will be able to schedule donations and contributions, purchase tickets to various parish events, and obtain copies of weekly ministry schedules and mass times.
ABOUT OUR CHURCH
The vibrancy of our parish is unwavering due to the work of our Staff and those In Residence. Learn about them and their commitment to our Cathedral by clicking below.
The Cathedral of Saint Peter is a unique and diverse faith-filled, downtown parish community, exercising servant leadership by striving to offer prayerful and inspiring worship to all who enter our doors and working to meet the spiritual, educational, and personal needs of those we serve.
MISSION OF OUR CHURCH
SUPPORT OUR CHURCH
The Cathedral has made Online Giving available for weekly offerings, as well as other parish collections. Donating is simple, safe, and secure and takes less than five minutes.
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Consider making a donation to the Cathedral today.