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

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Photo by Doug Ohman

January 19, 2023 Cathedral’s virtual tour and multi-language platformmaking progress Serving our international visitors We started on an ambitious project two years ago to produce a new virtual tour of the Cathedral of Saint Paul and to translate it
December 22, 2022 Dear Friends, As we anticipate the impending winter storm, we thought this image of a family enjoying the Starry Night display inside the Cathedral last December would bring you warm memories from the joyful 2021 Festival of Lights
November 17, 2022Dear Friends of the Cathedral Heritage Foundation, We invite you to consider a donation to our CHF restoration fund on this grand day of giving in Minnesota, Give to the Max! One of the intentions of the
Let’s hear the Great Cathedral Pipe Organs “Sound Off!”Vincent Dubois to perform a solo concert7:30 p.m., Tuesday, October 25 at the Cathedral of Saint Paul239 Selby Avenue, Saint PaulFree parking is widely available in the parking lot on Selby
Out with the Old, In the with New! An epic tale of the Cathedral Archives…By Marilyn BurnettCathedral Archivist It all goes back to the winter of 2021. The pandemic necessitated that the Cathedral shut down to visitors and loyal
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.
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
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