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Cathedral Weekly Schedule
Here is what is happening this week!
The Second Sunday of Ordinary Time
1 Samuel 3: 3b - 10, 19
1 Corinthians 6: 13c - 15a, 17 - 20
John 1: 35 - 42
Daily Mass Schedule:
Monday - Friday at 11:45 am. Mass Monday through Friday are open to the public, and will also be live streamed.
Private Prayer Schedule:
The church will be open for private prayer Monday through Thursday from 10 until 3. The church will close for deep cleaning on Friday following daily Mass.
Confessions will take place on Saturday at 11:00 until finished in the social hall.
Saturday at 4:30 pm & Sunday at 8:30 am & 11:00 am only! The only live streamed Mass this weekend is the 4:30 Saturday Mass! It will be available all weekend!
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Bishop-elect Kulick Responds to Violence at U.S. Capitol
“I was deeply saddened to hear about the events at the U.S. Capitol. Today political strife and uncertainty became painfully real. Violence was thrust upon our nation and our people. Violence is never an answer to any challenge nor can it be condoned in any form. We must use respectful dialogue to connect with one other and resolve our differences. I urge the faithful to join me in prayer asking for God’s divine strength and courage that unity and peace prevail.”
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Ordination and Installation Mass information for
Bishop-Elect Larry J. Kulick, JCL
The Ordination and Installation Mass for Bishop-elect Larry J. Kulick, as the Sixth Bishop of the Diocese of Greensburg will be celebrated Thursday, February 11, at 2:00 pm at Blessed Sacrament Cathedral Church. In an abundance of caution and in order to prioritize the health and safety of the faith community, attendance will be extremely limited and by invitation only.
However, the entire diocesan community is invited to participate in the celebration, which will be available for viewing starting at 1:00 pm on the diocean website, DioceseofGreensburg.org, our Diocesan Facebook page and YouTube Channel. The mass will also be broadcast by EWTN live at 2:00 pm EST.
To read the full press release on this wonderful news please click here.
Congratulations again to Bishop-Elect Kulick from Blessed Sacrament Cathedral!
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Our Bible Study Program is starting up again from the Christmas Break! All are welcome to attend Zoom Bible Study with Deacon Bill Hisker. This program assumes no prior knowledge. Attend as many sessions as you like. Zoom Sessions are on Wednesdays at 7:00 pm. If you would like to attend this Wednesday, January 20, please email Deacon Bill Hisker to get the Zoom link.
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Bethlehem Project, A Ministry of Blessed Sacrament Cathedral, remains dedicated to helping those in our area who are homeless, or who are in danger of being homeless. In this critical time of COVID, our Ministry continues to assist those in need! While we are unable to have our usual basket raffle, we are still lighting our Tree of Hope this year. Please consider a donation to the Bethlehem Project.
You can mail or drop off your donation in a marked envleope to:
Blessed Sacrament Cathedral
300 N. Main St, Greensburg, PA 15601
Please make sure to note on your check in the memo: "Bethlehem Project"
This year you can also donate online through our
“Because there was no place for them to stay...”
Bethlehem Project Informational Flyer
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Get all the latest information on
our social media outlets!
To pray the Mass along with us live, visit our Facebook page at 11:45 am! Click here for that link!
Don't have Facebook? No problem!
You can view the Mass daily on our YouTube Channel! Daily Mass will be available by 1:00 each day. Click here for the YouTube link!
Get our new app too!
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M-F: 11:45 am
Mass will be open to the public on Monday through Friday, and will continue to be live streamed.
Saturday: 4:30 p.m.
Sunday: 18:30 a.m. & 11:00 a.m.
Holy Day Vigil *
Please see the bulletin for Holy Day Mass times.
Saturday: 11:00 a.m.
and will take place is the social hall
* Please wear a mask at any time in the Church and stay socially distant from others.