Saint Stephen Cathedral proudly serves as Mother Church for the Diocese of Owensboro. Our vibrant Catholic community offers many liturgical, outreach, social, and spiritual ministries. We joyfully welcome guests and new members; join us as we worship, pray, grow, learn, and serve! If you are not a member, please consider joining our parish family. All are welcome.

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~ Father Jerry Riney

Mass Suspended Across the Diocese of Owensboro:  Read the Bishop’s statement, listen to his video message, and access links here.

Thanks to all who engaged in last Sunday’s Liturgy with us. We will be streaming this Sunday’s liturgy (Palm Sunday) again at 9:00 am.  Click here to view or print a worship guide for this Sunday; we encourage you to use it to help you participate more fully in the Mass. The stream can be accessed from a computer or mobile device on our Facebook page or at:  www.facebook.com/ststephencathedral/live. Please share this information with those whom you know may not be on Facebook. A person does NOT have to have a Facebook account to view the livestream.

Here are some additional ways to celebrate Spiritual Communion while attending a livestreamed Mass:

~Prepare a table with appropriate cover, candles, and crucifix. Put yourself in the presence of God and focus on the Celebration of the Eucharist.  ~Dress and participate as if you were there physically.  ~Observe the proper gestures of standing, sitting, and kneeling, as well as singing and reciting aloud the responses.  ~Turn off other devices and refrain from doing other household activities during this time.  ~Recite the Spiritual Communion Prayer during the time at which Communion would have taken place.



The Cathedral is open for private prayer Mon.-Sat. from 6:30 am to 6:30 pm and Sunday from 10:30 am to 6:30 pm.  FREE resource materials are available on tables located near the side doors, including books, prayers, children’s material, and Family Prayer Stations to do at home!