Holy Week Sacrament Schedule

Join us at Cathedral and St. Casimir for Holy Week. Holy means "set apart." Christians set apart an entire week - Holy Week - to recall the events surrounding the suffering, death, and Resurrection of Jesus. These events mark the accumulation of our inheritance as sons and daughters of the Living God. 

Bring your friends and family as we celebrate the most important week of our faith. Everyone deserves to know the Good News of Jesus' life, death and Resurrection. There is no better place to learn about our inheritance to salvation than our Father's House. 

Sacrament of Reconciliation Available:
11:30am to 12:05pm Tuesday, March 22 and Wednesday, March 23
March 24 - Holy Thursday
7:00pm Mass of the Lord's Supper at Cathedral (Sacrament of Reconciliation available after Mass)

March 25 - Good Friday
12pm at Cathedral (Sacrament of Reconciliation available after the service)
5:15pm at St. Casimir

March 26 - Easter Vigil

7:30pm at Cathedral

March 27 - Easter Sunday
7:00am at Cathedral
9:00am at St. Casimir
10:30am at Cathedral


HELP WANTED: Ministry Volunteers For Holy Week


Our ministry volunteers truly represent the best of the parish. We so appreciate your ministry in the parish community, especially during the major holidays of our church calendar. We see that the friendly hospitality you give makes an incredibly welcoming impression to visitors of the parish as well as to your fellow parishioners. Thank you in advance for your gift of service to our faith family!

We have several of ministry roles to fill for Holy Week and these are all listed on our sign-up sheets in the Gathering Space at Cathedral (St. Casimir's sign-ups are on the bulletin board). More information can be found at the parish office, 507-452-4770 & info@cathedralwinona.org.

Public Rosary for the Sanctity of Marriage (3/19)

Come pray with us for the Sacrament of Marriage.

We will be praying a public Rosary to ask for intersession from Our Lady and Saint Joseph for Marriage as defined by God.  

Meet with us in front of Cathedral March 19th at noon, rain or shine.

Elizabeth Ministry Evening of Sharing & Healing (3/13)

Elizabeth Ministry is offering an Evening of Sharing and Healing for women who have come to regret their abortions.  

Healing is possible.  Come take the first step by talking with a woman who has also walked this path.

A confidential gathering will take place at Cathedral in the Saint Augustine Room (down stairs) on March 13th at 7pm.

For more information: paula.jimmy92@gmail.com

TV Mass Taping for Easter

Come and attend the TV Mass for Easter Monday 3/14 


We will be taping Easter TV Mass Monday, March 14th at 4:30 pm.  

This is a wonderful ministry we provide for the homebound. Come attend as a witness to our faith community. Our brothers and sisters at home will appreciate your time and dedication to them.

Disclaimer: Attending these Masses for the recording does not fulfill your Sunday obligation.

Bringing Christ to the Caucus



Many Catholics feel a sense of "political homelessness," as no party seems to advance a consistent ethic of life. But Minnesota Catholics have a fast-approaching opportunity to be a part of the solution.

On March 1, local precinct caucuses will be held throughout the state. Precinct caucuses are an important step in the political process, in which parties nominate candidates and form party platforms. A unified Catholic voice at the caucus level can play a large role in ending "political homelessness" by urging political parties to adopt positions that foster human flourishing from conception to natural death.

The Minnesota Catholic Conference is here to equip you to make a difference by being a voice for human dignity and the common good at your precinct caucus. Whether you're a seasoned caucus-goer or have never gotten involved before, the MCC website provides helpful resources, including: 
  • A useful explanation of the Minnesota caucus process
  • Tips for being effective at your local precinct caucus
  • Sample resolutions for the Democratic and Republican caucuses




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Pilgrims Visit Cathedral's Holy Door for the Jubilee of Mercy



Seven pilgrims from St. John Vianney Church in Fairmont, MN visited the Cathedral of the Sacred Heart on Friday, Feb. 26th.  They received a tour of the Cathedral and made special devotions for the Jubilee of Mercy. We pray that these and every pilgrim to the Holy Doors of Mercy be given the grace and love that only our Father can give through our Lord, Jesus Christ. 

May God be praised for the sincere call He gives to us to find Him wherever we go. May we imitate the example of those who seek our Lord in their daily lives as well as in their travels. 

We pray for these intentions and those of the Holy Father through the intercession of Our Lady.