Roman Catholic Diocese of Boise | Cathedral dedicated 1921


Please refer to the latest issue of the Parish Bulletin for the most up-to-date contact information for the Ministries detailed below. You can also contact the Parish Office at 208-342-3511 or email [email protected] to get involved.

Adoracion Nocturnal Hombres   

This group is based on the Nocturnal Adoration Society, and starting this week and repeating every third Friday, a group of men will gather in the chapel from 10 to midnight for a prayer service following Christ’s words on Holy Thursday of “come pray with me.” This is currently in Spanish, but if it grows with more participants the goal is to make this a bilingual service. The second devotional lay Hispanic group is the Grupo de Oracion “Jesus es mi Pastor” and it has been going for ten years. After mass on Wednesday in the chapel this group of men and women participate in a prayer and Blessed Sacrament adoration. For more information contact [email protected].

Armed Forces Prayer    

Once a month, this group gathers parishioners for a special prayer service for those enlisted in the armed forces, and their families and friends.

Blue Hat Rosary Group 

The women’s Blue Hat group is about prayer and Christian fellowship. There are no dues, nor meetings, but every second Saturday of the month members gather to pray the rosary and share fellowship.

Catholic Prayer Line

St. Teresa of Calcutta said “Prayer is not asking. Prayer is putting ourselves in the hands of a God.” The Verbum Spei prayer line will now be able to take live prayer requests between 7:30 and 9 pm. There will be two volunteers praying before the blessed sacrament each evening.  They look forward to speaking with you and praying for your intentions. The prayer line number is: 208-PRAY-4US (208-772-9487). Or, continue to email your prayer requests to: [email protected]

Prayer is not asking. Prayer is putting ourselves in the hands of a God.—St. Teresa of Calcutta

Grupo de Oracion         
Grupo Dansa   
Grupo de Baile 
Vocations Committee  

The Vocations Committee actively supports and encourages efforts to promote Vocations to the priesthood, permanent diaconate and religious life.