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  • Welcome

    Ash Wednesday, February 10  -  At the beginning of Lent we are marked with blessed ashes as a sign of our intention to take seriously our sinfulness and our need for daily reconciliation with God and our conversion.  Ashes will be distributed during each Mass on Wednesday:  8:00 AM  12:05 PM and 5:15 PM

    Lent and Easter 2016 - Additional information on Abstinence and Fasting, Lenten Offerings, Lenten Vesper Services, Stations of the Cross and Confessions during Lent can be found above.

    Flint Water Crisis - The Diocese of Lansing Website has created an internet presence for the Flint Water Crisis.

    International Dinner -  Did you miss this event?  It was a wonderful gathering of parishioners and friends and foods from a variety of ethnic groups.

    This was a family celebration welcoming all ages and especially all the different cultures that make up our "ethnically diverse" parish.   A DJ provided music for this celebration.  Consider attending this popular event next year!

    Celebrating a Wedding Anniversary ? -  St. Mary Cathedral will honor parishioners that are celebrating in 2016 their 1st, 25th, 30th, 35th, 40th, 45th, 50th, 55th, 60th and all couples married prior to 1956!  See the bulletin for the details or call the Parish Office at 484-5331.  This event does not take the place of celebrations that you may scheduled with your individual families.  All couples celebrating these anniversaries are encouraged to attend.
     
    Year of Mercy - The Jubilee Year of Mercy Door was opened by Bishop Earl Boyea on Sunday, December 13th, prior to the 11:00 Mass. More information on the Jubilee Year of Mercy is available on the Diocese of Lansing website.

    Photos taken during this door opening are now available on this website under Photo Albums.

    Electronic Giving - Part of keeping our Parish alive and active is by making sure that bills are paid and building repairs can be done.  Are you interested in making a weekly or monthly contribution that is automatically pulled from your banking account? Additional information and forms are available under the "About" tab.

  • Parish Mission Statement


    We, the Parishioners of St Mary Cathedral Parish, as Disciples of Jesus Christ and Stewards of God’s gifts to us, are called to live our Faith tradition through celebration of the Sacraments, proclaiming and promoting the Gospel and responding to the needs of our Parish and Community through hospitality and service to all. As the Mother Church and Cathedral Parish for the Roman Catholic Diocese of Lansing, Michigan we embrace our unique role of service and leadership for our local Church and Civic Community.

  • 150 Years as a Parish !!

    In 2016 St. Mary Cathedral will celebrate 150 years of being a Catholic parish in Lansing, Michigan.   A lighted curio cabinet located at the back of the church contains pictures and artifacts reflecting life during the last 150 years.  The top shelf has a picture of the first priest assigned to St. Mary, a picture frame made from the wood of an original pew, a piece of glass from one of the original windows, etc. Take a bit of time to look at our history.

    On October 7th an international scriptural rosary was prayed.  Msgr Michalek presided over the service.  Five languages - Spanish, Vietnamese, English, Hmong and Tagalong were spoken along with hymns in English.  Over the last 150 years a number of new parishes were started to serve various ethnic groups in Lansing as well as new parishes to accommodate the growth of Catholics in the Lansing Area.

  • Bible Studies

    "Our Catholic Faith in Bible History"   Study how the miraculous exodus and the Law can increase our love for God.  Two times are available:  Mondays at 2:00 pm OR Thursdays at 7:00 pm.  Meet in the Parish Hall.  Come every week or as you are able.  No fees.  For more information call Kris Robertson at 655-1220