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Our Vision:  Love, Live, and Serve as Jesus Did


Nuestra Vision: Ama, Vive y Sirve Como Jesus Hizo


 We, the parishioners of St. John's Cathedral, a Roman Catholic community, are called to build the Kingdom of God by:

· Creating a welcoming community

· Strengthening unity

· Developing faith formation

· Enhancing stewardship of God's gifts by sharing time, talent, and treasure

· Caring and serving those most in need with love and dignity

We do all these through the guidance of the Holy Spirit, as sent by Jesus Christ


Nosotros, los feligreses de la Catedral de San Juan, una comunidad Católica, estamos llamados a construir el Reino de Dios a través de:

  • Creando una comunidad acogedora
  • Fortalecimiento de la unidad
  • Desarrollando la formación de la fe
  • Aumentar la administración de los dones de Dios al compartir tiempo, talento y tesoro
  • Cuidando y sirviendo a los más necesitados con amor y dignidad

Hacemos todo a través de la guía del Espíritu Santo, que fue enviado por Jesucristo.




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Click here for a complete list of Mass and Sacrament schedules.  Click here for upcoming special masses or Holy Days.


Reconciliation will begin at 3pm each Saturday, and 12:45 pm each Tuesday, unless no priest is available (check bulletin, or with office for precise schedule).  Reconciliation is held in the Chapel, lower level of the Cathedral building, southwest corner. Please keep in mind that on Saturdays there may be times when there is only one priest, and he will need to leave around 4:30pm to celebrate the 5pm Mass. Early arrival for reconciliation is greatly appreciated! 


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