SNOWDAY. Due to bad weather conditions, Eucharistic Adoration is suspended Wednesday December 18th, and will resume tomorrow after morning Mass.

St. Mary Cathedral

Daily Mass Live Stream

Click here to watch our Daily Masses live!
Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri @ 7:00 am; Wed at 5:00 pm

Sunday Mass Recording

Weekend Mass March 28th, 2020 5pm can
also be watched at 8:00 am on Fox 32.

Coronavirus Relief Fund for St. Mary Cathedral

Click here to support the Coronavirus Relief Fund. Your gift to this fund will support immediate and long-term needs and sustainability for St. Mary Cathedral Parish and St. Mary Cathedral School during one of the most challenging times we have faced.

Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ,

Thank you for your continued support and prayers through this time of uncertainty within our parish community. As the coronavirus complicates our financial stability, my heart goes out to all of you who are burdened with worries about health and finances.

Unfortunately, due to the same circumstances, coupled with the inability to come together for the celebration of Holy Mass, financial support has dropped significantly. Normally we receive 300 Sunday offertory envelopes; last week only 42 envelopes were brought in. Since the “stay at home” order, while operating expenses have remained the same, income is down 45 percent.

Currently, we priests at the Cathedral have taken a 50% pay cut and many of our generous staff have voluntarily offered to reduce their salaries. We are thoroughly investigating avenues of financial relief, such as federal grants, different employment scenarios and loan options. Thanks be to God, we remain firmly committed to the mission of our Catholic Faith and charity impels us to be actively engaged: Masses are being live-streamed, funerals celebrated, confessions heard, hospital calls made, marriage preparation done, teachers are still working with students and the parish office is still taking calls and managing the parish and school. 

Your heartfelt support of St. Mary Cathedral is essential in meeting our obligations and outreach. If you feel moved in your heart to continue supporting our St. Mary Cathedral Parish and School family, you can do so by following this link. Here you can sign up to give your weekly offertory or give a gift to our newly created Coronavirus Relief Fund which will help support our immediate and long-term needs related to the impact of this crisis.

Recently, I was touched by a parishioner who offered to donate their pending federal stimulus check to the parish. They felt that this unexpected money was not critical to their personal finances and was better applied to parish needs. What a wonderful example of giving. Maybe this is something you might prayerfully consider? 

Thank you for your understanding, for your prayers and your ongoing support. Our Lord is good; He will not simply see us through this moment, He will bring us out better than before. I know in my heart we will be closer to Him and to one another.

Sincerely yours in Jesus and Mary,

Fr. Matthew Wigton



To view all of our videos we've recently been putting out, head over to our Youtube Page! 

Prayer Requests


St. Mary Cathedral Mass Times 
Saturday: 5:00pm
Sunday: 9:00am & 11:00am
The Rosary is prayed one half hour before each Mass

Weekday Masses:
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday: 7:00am Cathedral Chapel; Morning Prayer after Mass
Wednesday: 9:00am School, and 5:00pm Cathedral Chapel
Saturday: 8:00am Cathedral Chapel

Holy Redeemer Mass Times 
Sunday: 10:00am

St. Thomas Aquinas Mass Times 
Saturday: 7:00pm
Sunday: 3:00pm (Extraordinary Form Latin Mass) 

Televised Mass
Sunday: 8:00am on FOX 32/45

Radio Mass-coming soon!


Monday - Friday: 8:00am - 4:30pm

The Parish Office is located in the Diocese of Gaylord Pastoral Center across the parking lot from St. Mary Cathedral




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