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Sunday Anticipated Mass
5:15 pm (Saturday) in Basilica
8:00am in Basilica
9:30am in Basilica
11:00am in Basilica • Livestreamed here
12:30pm Spanish Mass in Cathedral Chapel
6:30 pm in Basilica
Monday to Friday
7:15 am in Cathedral Chapel
12:05 pm in Cathedral Chapel
12:05 pm in the Cathedral Chapel – Miraculous Medal Novena prayers recited following the 12:05 pm
Sunday Mass recordings available online
Recordings of Masses that were streamed live from the Cathedral are available at: https://vimeo.com/channels/catholicphillymass
Sacrament of Penance and Reconciliation
All Confessions in the Cathedral Basilica
Monday-Friday: 11:30 AM
Saturday: 4:15-5:00 PM in Basilica
Sunday: 9:00 AM and 5:30 PM in Basilica
12:00 PM in Spanish in Chapel by appointment
Spiritual Resources during the Coronavirus Restrictions
During these difficult days, the Lord always remains close to us and provides us ways to receive His grace even when we cannot attend Mass in person. Click here for resources to nourish you spiritually and help you remain as close as possible to Jesus in the Eucharist during this time.
Additional Vocations resources for parish and home use:
Holy Hours of Adoration
La Santa Misa en español y los Sacramentos
• La Santa Misa es celebrada en español los domingos a las 12:30 PM en la capilla de la Catedral.
Para los días de precepto por favor mirar el boletín parroquial.
• El Sacramento de la Reconciliación o Confesión se celebra en español de 11:45 AM a 12:15 PM pm los domingos en la Capilla.
• Adoracion Eucarística, el primer viernes del mes de 12:35 PM a 1:30 PM PM en la Capilla, despues de la Misa de las 12:05 PM.
• Presione aqui para ver informacion de los demas sacramentos: celebración del Bautismo, Communion, Confirmacion, Matrimonio, y uncion de los enfermos.
• Para programar una visita al hospital, para recibir la Comunión, y para la Unción de los enfermos, por favor llamar a la oficina parroquial al 215-561-1313.
• Eventos de interes: presione aqui.
Events for Young Adults
Join us for some fellowship and scripture. Click here for more info.
Virtual schedule for this month (September):
Tuesday (9/29) – 7:00 PM
Meeting ID: 836 2731 7151
Ministry and Volunteer Opportunities
You are cordially invited and encouraged to consider sharing your time, talent and treasure with your Parish and your fellow Parishioners by volunteering for one or more of the parish ministries, committees or groups. Please contact the Parish office at 215-561-1313 for more information.
Twenty Sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time
September 27, 2020
Twenty Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time
September, 20, 2020
September 20, 2020
20th Anniversary of the Canonization of Saint Katharine Drexel
Join us on Sunday, October 4, 2020, at the 11am Solemn Mass to celebrate the 20th Anniversary of Saint Katharine Drexel’s Canonization. She was declared and canonized a saint by Pope Saint John Paul II on October 1, 2000.
Holy Hour for the Election
Holy Hour for the Election: 50 States – 50 People – One Hour
Join us for an hour of prayer and adoration before Jesus in the Eucharist as we petition for grace and blessing upon our country, especially asking for God’s will to be accomplished in the upcoming presidential election. We hope for at least 50 people to be present, one for each State of the United States of America, but more are welcome! Sunday, November 1, 2020 – 2-3 PM at the Cathedral Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul, Philadelphia. Free parking is available. Social distancing will be observed. Please RSVP at phillyevang.org/events.
Catholic Voter Resources in Preparation for the 2020 General Election
On November 3, 2020 general elections will take place with various local, state, and federal offices on the ballot. Certainly, there is an increased focus on faithful citizenship given that this year features a presidential election.
In order to assist Catholics as they prepare to vote with formed consciences, the Pennsylvania Catholic Conference has produced a Presidential Candidate Comparison (en espanol) document and a State Legislative Voters Guide. These documents seek to educate the faithful about candidates and their positions on issues of importance to Catholic voters.
Please bear in mind that neither the PCC, nor the USCCB, nor the Archdiocese of Philadelphia endorse or oppose any candidate for political office. The materials you are receiving today are the only ones currently sanctioned for distribution within parishes and other Archdiocesan entities.