Please Sign Up for Mass at our SignUp Genius link. Congregants are limited to 50 People.

All Masses are Live-streamed on our Facebook.

PLEASE ENTER THE CATHEDRAL THROUGH THE IRON GATE IN THE EAST PARKING LOT, PROCEED TO THE EAST RAMP DOOR FOR SECURITY CHECK IN

DOORS OR GATES MAY BE LOCKED WHEN MASS BEGINS FOR SECURITY

PLEASE WEAR MASK AND FOLLOW SEATING INSTRUCTIONS IN THE CHURCH

 

CATHEDRAL BASILICA HOURS

 

MONDAY-FRIDAY

MASS

7am Mass — open at 6:45 am and closes at 7:50 am

12:10pm Mass — open at 11am and closes at 1:00 pm

5:30pm Mass — open at 4:00 pm and closes at 7:00 pm except Tuesdays

VISITOR HOURS

4:00 pm – 5:15 pm (You must have a reservation to stay for the Mass)

6:15 pm – 7pm (except Tuesdays when we close at 6:15 pm)

It is best to call the Office in advance, since there may be special events or recordings which will require closing.

303-831-7010

 

SATURDAY

MASS

7am Mass – open at 6:45 am and closes at 7:50 am

4:30pm Mass – open at 3:00 pm and closes at 6:00 pm

 

SUNDAY

MASS

8:30am Mass — open at 8:15am and closes at 9:15 am

10:30 am Mass – open at 10:15am and closes at 11:45 am

12:30pm Mass – open at 12:15pm and closes at 2:30 pm

6:30pm Mass – open at 5:30 pm and closes at 8:00 pm

VISITOR HOURS

1:30pm – 2:30pm

7:30 – 8pm

THANK YOU!

Act of Spiritual Communion by St. Alphonsus Liguori

Livestream Mass and Communion in Mary Garden

Confession

Monday – Friday 11AM-noon in the Cathedral Basilica

Saturdays 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Sundays 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm

Or by appointment by calling the Office at 303-831-7010. Please wait for a confirmation call.

You need to wear a mask

 

Parking Information

CATHEDRAL BASILICA PARKING

Parking is available every day in the Mary Garden

Parking Lot at Colfax and Pennsylvania.

If that lot is full, parking is on the street or in the area pay parking lots.

On Saturday and Sunday, FOR MASSES ONLY, parking is free in the two parking lots on Logan Street on either side of the red brick office building.

Other times, those are pay lots.

PLEASE ENTER THE CATHEDRAL THROUGH THE IRON GATE IN THE EAST PARKING LOT, PROCEED TO THE EAST RAMP DOOR FOR SECURITY CHECK IN

DOORS OR GATES MAY BE LOCKED

WHEN MASS BEGINS FOR SECURITY

PLEASE WEAR MASK AND

FOLLOW SEATING INSTRUCTIONS IN THE CHURCH

THANK YOU

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Updates

Please Sign Up for Mass at our SignUp Genius link. Congregants are limited to 50 People.

All Masses are Live-streamed on our Facebook.

PLEASE ENTER THE CATHEDRAL THROUGH THE IRON GATE IN THE EAST PARKING LOT, PROCEED TO THE EAST RAMP DOOR FOR SECURITY CHECK IN

DOORS OR GATES MAY BE LOCKED WHEN MASS BEGINS FOR SECURITY

PLEASE WEAR MASK AND FOLLOW SEATING INSTRUCTIONS IN THE CHURCH

This year’s Archbishop’s Catholic Appeal is more important than ever. The first million in donated funds will go directly to parishes to help mitigate the decrease in general offertory during this pandemic. The Cathedral Basilica is down more than $38,000, and St. Elizabeth’s of Hungary mission church is down more than $8,000 in revenue. Some parishes have been affected even more greatly. Thank you for your generosity towards this year’s Archbishop’s Catholic Appeal.

Typically, one week of our parish offertory is enough to fund the utilities of the Cathedral. Our Outreach Ministries continue each day with a sandwich line in the morning and bagged lunches at the Food Pantry in the afternoon. Since the suspension of Mass, our weekend offertory is disrupted and we are in need of funds to keep the Cathedral lights on and people fed.

Please donate today. See the DONATE button on the top right of the Home page.

Father Ron continues our Parish prayer each day.

Father Ron continues our Parish prayer each day.

Please donate to help us keep our Sandwich Line and Food Pantry operational.

“For there is one God, and there is one mediator between God and men, the man Christ Jesus, who gave himself as a ransom for all.”

– Timothy 2:5

We invite you to join this vibrant community. 

You are welcome!

The Cathedral Basilica of the Immaculate Conception serves as the mother church for the growing faith community of almost 500,000 Catholics, in 144 parishes and missions spread throughout northern Colorado.

The Cathedral houses the kathedra, or chair, from where the Archbishop carries out his service to the Church of Denver as Teacher and Shepherd. Locally, the Cathedral Parish is a spiritual haven for over 700 households.

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