How do we respond to a God who loves and rescues us? In 33 Days To Morning Glory, we learn what saying yes to God looks like through the First Disciple—our Blessed Mother—whose "yes" changed the world.
In these weeks of the season of Easter, the Holy Spirit has prompted my Team and I to fan into a flame the graces you received from the Rescue Project Mission. The Lord is calling us to a moment of intense reflection and further deepening as a community and as individuals.
The retreat was a defining moment in the life of our Cathedral community. I believe that God’s hand was certainly at work. He astounded us in many ways and convicted us to believe that the one who really wanted this retreat to be a success even more than us was God himself. One remarkable way that God revealed his blessing and favor to us was in the number of participants who attended our retreat.
Join us for a weekend with Rescued author Fr. John Riccardo as we hear and reflect on the Gospel—the extraordinary and life-changing news of Jesus's defeat of the power of Sin and Death. The Rescue Project Mission will be on Friday, March 25 to Sunday, March 27 at the Cathedral Event Center.
The California Catholic Conference shares their powerful vision for a caring future in CA, outlining both their advocacy strategy as well as a practical, hands-on approach to accompanying women, children and families in need in our communities. Click to read more.
The annual diocesan Our Lady of Guadalupe pilgrimage on Saturday, December 4 begins at 8:45 am at St. Louis Bertrand parish and culminates with Mass at the Cathedral celebrated by Bishop Michael C. Barber, SJ at 1:00 pm.
We will soon be bringing the bulletin back! If you own a business or would like to memorialize a loved one, you can help our parish community in a unique way. Your ads and sponsorships on the bulletin will allow for us to receive our bulletin at no cost to the parish. Click to read more.
The monthly Young Adult gathering will be on Thursday, November 18 at 6:00 pm. Bro. Joseph Selinger will speak about three occasions when the Church nearly fell apart but was rescued. Snacks and beverages will be provided.
If you or anyone you know are in need of a hot meal, a team of volunteers will be distributing boxed meals every Wednesday from 5:00pm to 6:00 pm on the corner of Harrison and Grand. Interested in serving? Call Theresa at (510) 836-7549.
The Solemnity is not a Holy Day of Obligation this year but faithful are encouraged to participate in Mass. Bishop Barber will be the celebrant at the 12:10 pm Mass on Monday, November 1. Watch the livestream here.