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Ash Wednesday Mass Times

by Steve

New Altar Server Training

by Steve

The Knights of the Altar of St James Cathedral is looking for young men and women between the age of 9 and 17 who would like to become closer to God by assisting the priest at the Mass. You must be Catholic, in 4th through 12th grade, and willing to serve our Lord at His table. […]

Parish Office Closed Monday, Jan 2nd / Mass at 9am

by Steve

Christmas Schedule

by Steve

  Celebration of the Eucharist: Saturday, December 31, 2016 8:00 am – Daily Mass 4:00 pm – Vigil Mass for the Solemnity of Mary, Mother of God Solemnity of Mary, Mother of God ~ Sunday, January 1, 2017 7:30 am – Mass 9:00 am – Mass 10:30 am – Mass 12:15 pm – Mass (In […]

Advent Angel Tree

by Steve

The parish and the St. Vincent de Paul Society are once again sponsoring the Advent Angel Tree to provide Christmas gifts to less fortunate children in our community, including in our Parish and School. How you can participate:  Please look for the Advent Angel Tree in the back of the Cathedral (Robinson Street side). Select […]

IDignity Event Needs Volunteers

by Nancy Moist

St. James Cathedral is proudly one of the founding churches for IDignity, a monthly event held to get those in need, essential identification documentation. Volunteers are needed at the next event on Thursday, December 15. Would you consider assisting? If you would like more information about IDignity, contact Glenda at 407-375-4929 or visit www.IDignity.com to […]

Mass Intentions October 31-November 6, 2016

by Nancy Moist

MONDAY October 31 7:00 AM Francis Xavier Nguyen RIP 12:10 PM Rosalinda Estillero RIP 5:30 PM Evelyn M. Manduca RIP TUESDAY November 1 7:00 AM Rick Gentry 12:10 PM Margaret O’Brien RIP 5:30 PM Christopher Rafferty RIP 7:00 PM Felipe Hernandez RIP WEDNESDAY November 2 7:00 AM Janina Dabkowski 12:10 PM Fr. John McCormick RIP […]

Please pray for the repose of the Soul of Fr. John McCormick

by Steve

It is with great sadness that we must announce the death of Fr. John early this morning. He was at peace and we ask that you please join with us in prayer, that his soul will be received in Heaven. Additional info regarding funeral arrangements will be posted as soon as it is available.

Please Pray for Fr. John

by Nancy Moist

A MESSAGE FROM THE SMALLER MARKET

by Nancy Moist

Major TV markets would generally include New York, Los Angeles, Chicago or Miami.  This fact alone makes it more difficult in some facets of sports for smaller cities such as Pittsburgh, Green Bay or Jacksonville to compete in categories such as Cable revenue, Public Relations or investments in their farm teams of AA ball.  When […]