Please see our current bulletin for the full list of events and news for St. Mary's Cathedral.
If you, or someone you know, is in need of prayers, please call 701-237-6892.
Altar Servers - Click here to sign up for the fall server schedule. Please call the office if you are having trouble or if you would like to scheduled.
Lay Ministers—A reminder to check our online lay ministry sign-up for all lector and EMHC spots. Click here to sign up for a shift through May 2018.
Food pantry - Click here to volunteer for a shift for our food pantry. Hours of operation: Saturday 1:30-3:30pm, Thursday 5:30-7:30pm. Can't volunteer? Send a donation to our parish office marked 'food pantry' and your contribution will be recorded on your statement, and there will be more funds to order food from the food bank!
Interested in our Parish Volunteer Team? Click here for more details. Please let us know if you are interested in becoming a member of this volunteer-driven team!
We have 2 Lay Ministry trainings this fall: Saturday Oct. 6 at 11am and Tuesday Oct. 9 after the novena. This is for anyone interested in becoming a lay minister and for those already serving.
Walk with Christ for Life –Respect Life Sunday – Oct. 7—Bishop Folda invites the faithful of the diocese to join him in the annual Eucharistic
procession, Walk with Christ for Life, on Respect Life Sunday, Oct. 7. The day’s events will begin with Holy Mass at Noon, Cathedral of St. Mary, 604 Broadway, Fargo. This will be followed by a prayerful, peaceful procession to the state’s only abortion facility. A short prayer service will be held outside the abortion facility, and then those gathered will return to the Cathedral for Benediction. A lunch will be served in the church social hall after Benediction. The Walk is sponsored by the Diocese of Fargo Respect Life Office. For more information, call Rachelle (701) 356-7910.
*We need altar servers for the Mass and walk! Please contact Jayme in the office if you are able
* The Latin Mass will begin at 4pm on Sunday, Oct 7 due to the Walk with Christ for Life.
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