Are you new to Madison or curious about the Catholic presence downtown?
- Catholicism 101: 01/29/2019
Tuesday, January 29, 6:30 - 8:00pmCatholicism 101 is a three-week introduction to the 'Big Picture' of the Catholic Faith. Who is Jesus? Why is there a Pope? What is the purpose of the sacraments? What does it all have to do with my life? All these questions and more are addressed in Catholicism 101!
- The Main Event: 01/29/2019
The Main Event
Tuesday, January 29, 6:30 - 8:30pmThe Main Event is a weekly gathering of prayer, teaching, and discussion that seeks to explain the 'WHY?' behind many aspects of the Catholic faith and invite each of us to a deeper discipleship of Jesus Christ. Come join us as we seek to discover the riches of the Catholic faith and learn to live it more joyfully!
- Theology on Tap: 01/31/2019
Theology on Tap
Thursday, January 31, 7:00 - 8:30pmTheology on Tap is a monthly event where 20s&30s are invited to join us for free beer and engaging talks on various contemporary issues facing young adults today.
- Pro-Choice: A Sickness in Need of a Remedy (February 27th)
- Silence: the Catholic Edition (February 16th)
- New Building Projects Throughout the Diocese are Signs of Hope (August 28th)
Don't do Lent alone. Join a Small Group!
Have you tried to pray more or read Scripture for Lent, only to fall short of your goal? A small group is a supportive and encouraging community that can help you have a much more fruitful Lent! The groups will discuss life and faith, and reflect on God’s Word together – applying the Sunday readings to daily life.
Our Lenten small groups will meet for 8 weeks, beginning the week of February 24th!
We are all asked to give witness to the Faith we have received so that others might share the joy we know. One important way we do this is by supporting our local parish as it does the work of inviting people to know, love and serve the True God.
Every parish must rely on the regular financial support of its members in order to fulfill this mission. Our parish – with a largely non-residential territory and a rapidly changing population – has a special challenge in this regard. Each fall, all the people of the parish are asked to renew their commitment to support the parish in the coming year.
The Cathedral Parish of St. Raphael in Madison, Wisconsin, has established an endowment fund through the Catholic Diocese of Madison Foundation (CDMF). The endowment fund is a permanent investment fund from which a 5% allocation is paid annually to support the life and programs of the Cathedral Parish. The contributions to the fund are never spent, and the fund is insulated from any legal claims against the parish or diocese. Donors can be assured that their gifts will be a permanent legacy to support the work of the Church in downtown Madison. All donations made to the Cathedral Parish Endowment Fund (CPEF) are tax deductible.