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Over the last several months, our community responded to the historical crisis of the Coronavirus pandemic in so many ways. We now invite everyone to join together and participate in securing the future of the Cathedral. We ask that you prayerfully consider how you and your family can help your Cathedral by financially supporting our ministries, furthering our mission, and reinforcing our future.

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Have Faith

Now more than ever, we should remember that God is our strength. We can turn to Him through prayer and in thanksgiving. As you pray, please remember in a special way our neighbors and community, our clergy, health care providers, and the sick.

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Stay Hopeful

We remember that our hope is found in the Lord! As hopeful people, we want to inspire the hope of Christ in others by spending time with loved ones, writing a letter to a friend, sending a cheerful email, making a meal for a neighbor, or spending quality time in prayer. 

Aid Healing

The work and ministry of our church continues, and the need is greater than ever! We rely on your support. Please continue to give generously through your offertory gifts to meet the physical and spiritual needs of our friends, neighbors, and community

We invite you to fill out an electronic Commitment Card today! The Commitment Card has a place for you to include any prayer intentions you wish to share. We welcome all intentions and they will be prayed over during the Prayer of the Faithful at Mass. 

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A Message from Monsignor Rupert

Come, you who are blessed by my Father. Inherit the kingdom prepared for you from the foundation of the world.” -Matthew 25:34

 

My Dear Friends in Christ,

 

As the Christmas season ends, I hope you found it to be one of rest and of peace, especially as we begin this New Year. During the past year, the coronavirus pandemic has changed everything we do, from the way we shop for groceries to the way we interact with our families. For nearly four months, our beloved Cathedral was closed and we were forced to worship privately by watching Mass online or on television. During these uncertain times, let us remember that the love God has for each of us is stronger and more life-giving than anything our earthly existence will ever experience. In turn, our love of God and of our neighbor has become more essential than ever before. As a parish family, let us prepare to move beyond the darkness of the pandemic and embrace our mission of servant leadership as we provide faith, hope & healing to those most in need among us.

 

Faith

Scripture tells us that “God is our refuge and our strength, an ever-present help in trouble.” (Ps 46:2). As we face the challenges of the coming year, we stand strong in faith knowing that Christ is with us. And yet there are so many who do not know the Good News of Jesus Christ! There is no better time to share the Gospel message with our brothers and sisters. With your help, our parish can continue to bring the faith we love to others.

 

Hope

The prophet Isaiah counsels, “They that hope in the Lord will renew their strength” (40:31). Our community has been through hardship, but we are a people of hope! By assisting those in need through our outreach programs, we extend that hope to others. But the parish can’t do it alone. With your help, we can continue to bring the hope we need to others.

 

Healing

Jesus Christ is the prince of peace — the one who can calm the stormy seas. As his hands and feet, we are called to actively be Christ to one another as we embark upon a new ministry of healing within our local community. With your help, we can continue to bring the healing we crave to others.

 

With all of this in mind, I invite you to join us by responding to our Faith, Hope & Healing Program. I ask that you please review this brochure and prayerfully consider how you and your family can help our Cathedral by financially supporting her ministries, furthering her mission, and reinforcing her future.

 

Thank you for your generosity, prayers, and commitment to our beloved Cathedral!

 

With every blessing,

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Monsignor Dale R. Rupert

Pastor

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Loving Our Neighbor

Showing Christ's Love to Our Community in a Time of Need

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Outreach

The Cathedral Parish is reaching out to serve and minister to those most in need in our community. If you or someone you know needs assistance, please contact us.

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Pastoral Care

Monsignor Rupert and the resident clergy of the Cathedral serve our spiritual needs every day. If you or someone you know is in need of the care of a priest, we are here for you.

Caring for the Homebound

We continue to care for those who are unable to leave their homes at this time. If you know of a family or an individual that is homebound, please let the parish know.

We invite you to fill out an electronic Commitment Card today! The Commitment Card has a place for you to include any prayer intentions you wish to share. We welcome all intentions and they will be prayed over during the Prayer of the Faithful at Mass.