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

COMMUNITY SPONSORS:  Would you like to join us as a sponsor?  We are inviting individuals, organizations, schools and businesses, to sign on as a sponsor and donate so that we can offer this show at no cost to the
Would you like to volunteer at the Cathedral Festival of Lights?  We invite you to click on our sign up list and browse for a volunteer position that will suit you. Families, work groups, or friends are encouraged to sign
We are delighted to share that the Cathedral Heritage Foundation will bring back the Cathedral Festival of Lights event with a major expansion. We will present both indoor and outdoor Christmas light shows Starry Night and The Beginning, by Luxmuralis, along with an outdoor Christmas market, all
Music concerts are once again on the calendar at the Cathedral of Saint Paul 239 Selby Avenue Saint Paul, MN 55102 The University of Mary Concert Band and Concert Choir from Bismarck, North Dakota will perform at 7:00 p.m. tonight.The concert is
Guided tours have restarted weekdays at 1 p.m., Tuesday – Friday. Please share the good news with your friends and family and out-of-town guests. Where else can you see world-class mosaics, frescoes, and sculptures all woven into a story
Open hours at the Cathedral will gradually return to “normal” as the parish hires additional maintenance and security staff. In the meantime, let’s take a closer look at the Cathedral’s expressive facade. The overarching theme speaks to evangelization and
Buoyed by many enthusiastic replies to our last newsletter when we shared a story behind the making of the East Rose window, we will delve into another. Archbishop Austin Dowling was instrumental in designing an inspirational and grand interior
Christians are in the middle of Holy Week, a busy time for parish life at the Cathedral of Saint Paul. We thought it a fitting opportunity to feature an aspect of the Cathedral’s sacred architecture which ties into the