From the Desk of the Rector of the Cathedral of Christ the King
We will be making some repairs to the playground this weekend. As a result, the playground will be closed tomorrow, March 30th, and will re-open as soon as the repairs are complete.
Visiting Choir from Reims, France
This Sunday, March 31st at the 9:00 AM Mass
La maîtrise de la Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Reims is on tour with their director, Sandrine Lebec. They will be visiting with the Georgia Boy Choir who sang with them in Reims last summer. The Maitrise of Rheims Cathedral was founded in 1285 making it one the longest established musical foundations in France. It consists of 220 boys and girls aged between 7 and 15.
Solemnity of the Annunciation
Monday, March 25 in the Cathedral
5:00 PM | Rosary
5:30 PM | Mass
Followed by consecration to the
Immaculate Heart of Mary and Benediction.
Celebrated by Monsignor Frank.
Please note, the 5:30 PM Mass from the d'Youville chapel
will move to the Cathedral for the Solemnity.
Men's Club: Speaker Series featuring
Bishop Konzen, SM
Thursday, April 11th at 6:30 PM in Kenny Hall
click here to register
Easter Flowers Donation
Remember a friend or loved one by donating to the Easter decorations. Donations must be received by
Sunday, April 7th
for your name and the names of those you're honoring to appear in the Easter Sunday Bulletin. The suggested donation is $25 for each name. Donation envelopes can be found in the pews, at the Front Desk, or you can donate online.
click here to donate
Ireland Jubilee Pilgrimage with Monsignor Frank
Sunday, May 24 - Wednesday, June 3, 2020
Join Monsignor Frank as he celebrates his 25th anniversary of his ordination with a pilgrimage to his homeland of Ireland. See the beautiful Irish countryside, experience authentic local culture, and explore fabulous areas such as Galway, Waterford, Dublin, and Northern Ireland.
Questions? Contact Carol Rowland,
click here for details
Each week during Lent, we'll share a video from Bishop Barron's mini series on the
Seven Deadly Sins, Seven Lively Virtues
along with some reflection questions. This is great tool for personal prayer but we encourage you to discuss with your friends, families, or small groups.
Be angry but do not sin
Anger is a natural part of human nature.
But when it’s an unreasonable desire for vengeance, then it’s a sin.
Watch this short video to learn when anger is justified and when it’s sinful:
How does anger cut us off from each other?
When is anger justified and when is it a sin?
What is the counteracting virtue for anger and how should it actively engage evil?
Click here for the full Lent & Easter Schedule
Monsignor Frank McNamee
on Friday, March 29 at 11:09AM