Browsing the 2020 archive of Parish News
Posted by St. John's Cathedral on 8/28/20
Starting in the month of September Tuesday afternoon Confessions are moved permanently to Wednesday. Confessions will start every Wednesday after the noon Mass in the confessional downstairs.
Posted by St. John's Cathedral on 8/24/20
Posted by St. John's Cathedral on 8/20/20
Join us for movie night Saturday, August 29 at 6:30 pm (after mass). Enjoy a glass (or two) of wine and light refreshments, while we watch "Risen" in the parish hall!
Posted by St. John's Cathedral on 8/17/20
Religious Education registration is open online! The last day to register for Sacramental Preparation is October 1, so don’t delay.
Due to the current guidelines for gatherings, this year’s faith formation classes will be conducted in a hybrid model - meaning the children will alternate in person instruction with ... Read More »
Posted by St. John's Cathedral on 8/03/20
The parish office will be closed Monday, August 10 for a staff retreat. 8:30 am and 12:15 pm masses are cancelled, as are exposition and adoration that day. The office will re-open Tuesday, August 11 at 9 am. Thank you!
Posted by St. John's Cathedral on 7/29/20
St. John's Hispanic Ministry is holding a yard sale Friday, August 7 and Saturday, August 8 from 7 am to 1 pm—in the Riffle Center parking lot. All proceeds will go toward the Our Lady of Guadalupe celebration in December!
Posted by St. John's Cathedral on 7/22/20
Online Discernment Group with Fr. Nathan Dail
Our online discernment group is for men who who want to discover their true vocations by pursuing holiness together.
We are men who love Jesus Christ and His Church, and who want to talk with other like-minded men about our futures.
... Read More »
Posted by St. John's Cathedral on 7/21/20
Posted by St. John's Cathedral on 7/04/20
Update from our diocese regarding COVID-19:
1. In those parishes in cities where the mayor has mandated the use of masks, Bishop Peter is kindly asking the faithful to wear a mask during church gatherings, until the number of Covid-19 cases decline.
2. It is not allowed to deny ... Read More »
Posted by St. John's Cathedral on 7/01/20
Please click here to read Bishop Peter Christensen's statement: "Update—Care for our Parishes" dated June 26, 2020.