Le Chemin de la Croix concert tonight, April 8 at 7 pm. View the program  |  Watch the Facebook livestream

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April 2023 Newsletter

Introducing our Italian translator and narrator Raffaella Pozzoliof Rochester, MN Q: Describe your profession currently, or most recently. A: I am 52 years old and live in Rochester, Minnesota with my husband and four children. I have a degree in Classical Studies as well as BA and MA in Italian Language and Literature. Fourteen years ago I moved from …

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August 2022 Newsletter

Wednesday, August 3, 2022 This summer’s tourist hotspot: The Cathedral! Viking River Cruises Stops By! We excitedly await the arrival of Vikings River Cruise: Mississippi passengers as they dock on the banks of Saint Paul in the upcoming summers. They will tour at various landmarks like the Capitol and the James J. Hill House with …

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June 2022 Newsletter

A Summer of Sound! Hello, Friends.As graduation baccalaureates and commencements draw to a close for the season, we can turn our attention to two upcoming summer events at the Cathedral of Saint Paul: the University of Minnesota summer alumni band concert and the Latvian Song and Dance Festival. Both events will be unique opportunities to …

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May 2022 Newsletter

A legacy in plaster, paint and bronze Hello, Friends.We had the good fortune to meet a grandson of the legendary Joseph Capecchi during our Cathedral Festival of Lights event in December. Jerry Capecchi and his wife, Becky, were volunteering at the indoor light show! What a treasure this family continues to be to the Cathedral. Enjoy …

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April 2022 Newsletter

April 8, 2022: Tonight’s Lenten Concert Meditation Hello, Friends. We are delighted to share tonight’s Lenten Concert Meditation with you live in-person as well as livestreamed on our Facebook page, as well as on the Cathedral’s Facebook page. We are sharing the program here, should you be watching online, so that you can follow along …

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LE CHEMIN DE LA CROIX (The Way of the Cross) Concert by Marcel Dupré Friday, April 8 at 7:00 p.m.

Cathedral of Saint Paul 239 Selby Avenue, Saint Paul, Minnesota Sponsored by the Cathedral Heritage Foundation Freewill donations. No reservations necessary. Livestream available on cathedralheritagefoundation.org and on cathedralsaintpaul.orgLivestream also available on our Facebook Page. DETAILS • Le Chemin de la Croix blends poetry and organ performance to create a musical meditation on the 14 stations …

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February 2022 Newsletter

The most photographed image We continue to see this image captured and reshared online by visitors who took in the recent Cathedral Festival of Lights, Dec. 15-19 on the Cathedral of Saint Paul campus. This stained-glass window came from our Cathedral, a large lunette above the entrance to Saint Joseph’s Chapel. Luxmuralis artist Peter Walker incorporated it into …

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Photo gallery from the 2021 Festival of Lights & other highlights

We received a great honor in hosting the United Kingdom’s Luxmuralis’ stunning light and sound installations for the second year.  And this time, we added an interior show.  More than 6,000 patrons came over the four evenings to see The Beginning, Starry Night and to visit our first-ever Cathedral Christmas Market. Outside, we displayed a …

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December 2021 Newsletter

Joyful! The Christmas spirit was alive and well during our 2021 Cathedral Festival of Lights events. Thank you to all our sponsors and volunteers who helped make this a memorable community event. We invite you to relive the highlights on our social media channels and links in this newsletter. And please consider a year-end gift …

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