We are all called by Jesus to follow in his footsteps by leading faith filled lives. The Cathedral offers the following links as resources and guides to help its parishioners live with God as the central focus, bringing Catholic traditions into daily practices.
View live and archived videos from Radio Vatican as they present the Angelus and General Audiences with the Holy Father. Also, the Holy See Press Office provides the latest news and information from the Vatican and the Holy Father.
Fathers for Good, an initiative of the Knights of Columbus, provides resources for fathers and families raising children in our often challenging world.
For Your Marriage, an initiative of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, has resources for the newly dating to the newly married and beyond.
View the daily Mass from the Cathedral.
Read the latest online version of the diocesan newspaper, The Catholic Light.
The official website of the Diocese of Scranton provides resources for every facet of the diocese. Search for a parish and Mass times, view archived Masses from the Cathedral, and contact diocesan offices.
Catechism of the Catholic Church
Access an online version of the Catholic Catechism of the Catholic Church and view FAQ’s regarding our faith and practices.
Read the day’s readings, subscribe to audio daily readings, or search for Scripture or Books of the Bible.
Browse the Code of Canon Law on the official Vatican website.
Resources and information for child protection measures in our diocese including policies, the VIRTUS program, and diocesan contacts.
Read the Cathedral Blog daily for scriptural reflections, prayers, and an inside look at your Cathedral. It's a great way to stay connected when you are unable to visit us in person.
The Visual Identity Guide establishes the Cathedral's approved visual elements and best practices for graphic designers, licensees, and individuals producing communications or products for or on behalf of the Cathedral. The Cathedral's logo and wordmark are for the exclusive use of the Cathedral and its contractors.
Having a unique and strong visual identity distinguishes the Cathedral from other parishes in the Diocese of Scranton and beyond. For questions regarding our visual identity or its proper use, please contact us.