Are you new to Madison or curious about the Catholic presence downtown?
Learn about how we are participating in the Year of Mercy declared by Pope Francis here at the Cathedral Parish!
- Catholicism 101: 06/28/2016
Tuesday, June 28, 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!
- Men, Women, & The Mystery of Love: A Summer Discussion Group for Adults: 06/28/2016
Men, Women, & The Mystery of Love: A Summer Discussion Group for Adults
Tuesday, June 28, 7:00 - 8:30pmHow can we love others like Christ loves us? Please join us this summer for a small group book study on the book 'Men, Women, & the Mystery of Love', which gives wonderful practical insights from St. John Paul II's 'Love & Responsibility'!
- Year of Mercy Confessions: 06/29/2016
Year of Mercy Confessions
Wednesday, June 29, 6:00 - 8:00pmEvery parish in the Diocese of Madison is hosting a weekly special two hour 'Year of Mercy' time of Reconciliation in addition to their regular Confession schedule. Come visit the Lord to receive mercy so you can be equipped to share His mercy with others!
Mass of Thanksgiving
On Friday evening, June 24th, the Rev. Mr. Joseph Baker will be ordained a priest for the Diocese of Madison at St. Maria Goretti Church by Bishop Morlino.
Fr. Baker is a native of Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin, but discerned his vocation while a student at the University of Wisconsin and a member of St. Paul’s University Catholic Center. Since St. Paul’s is currently without a building, he plans to celebrate his First Mass at Holy Redeemer Church the following morning, Saturday, June 25th, at 9:00 am.
All are invited to both the ordination and Fr. Baker's first Mass!
Read & Discuss St. John Paul II's masterpiece on human love!
How can we love others like Christ loves us? Please join us this summer for a small group book study on the book 'Men, Women, & the Mystery of Love', which gives wonderful practical insights from St. John Paul II's 'Love & Responsibility'!
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.