Cathedral News

Live Stream

 Our next scheduled live broadcast and live stream event is the Chrism Mass on Tuesday, April 7, at 7 pm on WAVE 3 TV and can also be accessed at that time by clicking here. 

Palm Sunday Noon Mass Broadcast

 


Palm Sunday, April 5 Noon Mass recorded.  Click on image to view.

 

Holy Week to Easter

Palm Sunday thru Easter Sunday Events broadcast on WAVE 3 and live streamed on website

For previously recorded Videos of liturgies

For previously recorded videos of liturgies click here.

Audios

  For previously recorded audios of homilies, Masses and preludes, click here.

 

 

Sister Parish in Haiti news

Click here for latest news from our Sister Parish in Haiti

Stations of the Cross

Photos of the Cathedral’s Stations of the Cross are available here for your Lenten meditation.  

 

Latest Updates from the Archdiocese regarding Corona Virus

To Keep up with the Latest Updates from the Archdiocese regarding Corona Virus 

Go to:  https://www.archlou.org/covid-19/

Stewardship 2020

Stewardship 2020

The Cathedral’s 2020 Stewardship Drive is in progress. Please turn in your stewardship form.

For an explanation of ministries at the Cathedral, click here.

If you have misplaced your form or would prefer to use the online form, click here. 

Matthew Kelly Coming to Cathedral December 5, 2020

Matthew Kelly Coming to Cathedral

December 5, 2020

Tickets are expected to be sold out by October. We are almost at the halfway mark in sales now.
For details and to purchase tickets click here.

Welcome

Dear Friends,

Greetings from the Cathedral of the Assumption!  On behalf of our parish staff, I wanted to pass along a message of prayer and goodwill to each of you in this uncertain time.  As many of you know, on Monday, March 16 the Archdiocese suspended all public liturgies in our local church until further notice.  Please know that I will be offering a private Mass each day during this period of time to honor our Mass intentions and to pray for each of you.  We will also be live-streaming a noon Sunday liturgy that you can find on the Cathedral website until public Masses resume.

Among other items of interest, please note that for the past several days the Cathedral church has been closed so that thorough cleaning can take place.  Soon we plan to reopen the church so that guests and parishioners can use the space for personal prayer and adoration.  We will let you know when this takes place.  You might also be interested to know that our Cathedral daily lunch program continues its mission.  In the interest of preserving a healthy environment for our guests, and to honor recommendations from the Center for Disease Control, we have decided to offer to-go meals to our guests from the alleyway entrance to the Sandefur Dining Hall for the present time.  Finally, please note that our Cathedral staff continues its daily work as well in an attempt to maintain our mission of service to the best of our abilities.

In short, our parish community has not disbanded or discontinued.  Though the manner in which we live out our ongoing identity finds itself in unique circumstances, we continue as members of the Body of Christ in prayer, service and fellowship.  None of us knew on Ash Wednesday that the Lenten season would invite us to into the particular sacrifices we face at present.  Still, we know that every year Lent is a seasonal expression of our willingness to accompany Christ through His suffering and death.  One way or another Lent will give way to Easter among us in good time and we will join together in worship in our beloved Cathedral as we have done so many times before.  In the meantime, keep up the good work and keep praying.  We will keep you updated going forward and you are always welcome to check for updates on the parish at www.cathedraloftheassumption.org or on the Archdiocese of Louisville at www.archlou.org.  Let me close with a one-line prayer from St. Philip Neri for each of us.  “Lord, let me reach the depths of today, and tomorrow will not frighten me.”

Peace,

Very Rev. Michael T. Wimsatt, S.T.D.

 

Important Links


Hail, Full of Grace!
Cathedral of the Assumption
Legacy and Vision Campaign
Click to view video

 

Cathedral Online Pictorial Directory

Cathedral Online Pictorial Directory

(If you have not yet signed up for the directory, email cotaonlinedirectory@gmail.com for a user name and password)

 

Mass Schedule

 

As of March 16, 2020, no public Masses.  See news section on left of this page for listing of live stream liturgies.

Monday-
Friday
12 noon
Saturday 5:30 p.m.
Sunday 9:30 a.m.
12 noon
5:30 p.m.
Holy Days Call Office

 

Steiner-Reck Organ The 42 rank tracker organ has mechanical key action, and electric stop action. The gothic style casework is made of hand-carved mahogany.
Garden of Benevolence The stained-glass window in the garden was commissioned by the Cathedral Heritage Foundation during the 1994 renovation of the Cathedral.
Wood-carved Bosses The ornate woodcarvings or bosses on the ceiling were originally installed as a means for ventilation into the attic.
Arched Windows The Cathedral is designed in Neo-Gothic style. The arched windows of hand-painted glass allow sunlight to create beautiful images through-out the nave.