St. Francis DeSales Cathedral

Church Schedules

General Church Events
We celebrate the Feast Day of our patron Saint Francis de Sales with an evening Mass and ice cream social on January 24. Other social activities include the annual parish picnic, the Knight's fun night, and the Smokin' Joe Chili Feed. Following All Soul's Day Mass, the parish is invited to visit and bless the graves. Our Lady of Guadalupe is celebrated on December 12 with Mananitas at 5 AM, and a Spanish Mass at 6 PM, followed by a fiesta in the hall. The feast of the Holy Family (Sunday after Christmas) is celebrated with a pot-luck brunch after the morning Mass.

Episcopal Celebrations

Bishop Liam Cary celebrates with us various events, such as Christmas Masses, the Chrism Mass (on the Thursday before Holy Week), Holy Week and Easter, as well as Ordinations, Confirmations and other diocesan functions.

Seasonal celebrations

Advent, Christmas, Lent and Easter are all celebrated in a spiritual and liturgical setting, and parishioners are invited to participate as fully as possible in these meaningful seasons of the year. Stations of the Cross are held on Fridays of Lent at 12 noon. And Advent and Lenten Penance service are held on an announced day at 7 PM, with visiting priests to hear confessions..

Mass Schedule

          Holy Days

          Masses on Holy Days are usually at 9 AM and 7 PM in the Cathedral, unless

          they fall on a Saturday or Monday. The feast of the Immaculate Conception is         

          always a Holy Day of obligation, since it is the patronal feast of our nation.


          Saturday from 9 AM to 10 AM in the day-chapel; or by appointment

          Eucharistic Adoration

          Every Friday, Mass is celebrated at 6 AM in the Day Chapel, followed by the   

          Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament for private adoration until 3 pm. At 3 pm we

          recite the Divine Mercy Chaplet and conclude by Solemn Benediction.

          Mission Masses

Regularly Scheduled Meetings



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