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!
~ Father Jerry Riney
The Thanksgiving holiday is an excellent time to rediscover the psalms of praise and thanksgiving. When you find a quiet moment, sit and relax with your bible. Think of a time when gratitude overwhelmed you. Maybe it was a sunrise, children playing in a park, an inspirational hymn at Mass, a family gathering, or a walk in the woods. Then, open your bible to one of the psalms of thanksgiving and recite it to yourself, like Psalm 118 for instance: “Give thanks to the Lord, for he is good; his love endures forever.” Listen to the words. Let the psalm speak to you. Other psalms of praise and thanksgiving include psalms 92, 95, 98, 100, 103, 104, 105, 107, 111, 117, 145, and 147. Thank God for all the good things in your life, and praise God for his glorious deeds. ~ International Catholic Stewardship Council
Come and worship with us! Saint Stephen Cathedral is OPEN during renovation. The front entrances to the Cathedral are closed, but both side entrances and the elevator entrance are OPEN. Extra restrooms are available, located near the ramp entrance of the Cathedral. Please join us in continuing to pray for the success of our project. Click on the link below to view an architectural rendering. The center of the porch front will feature the coat of arms of the Diocese of Owensboro.
Annual Renewal of Time, Talent, and Treasure
During this time of year, it is a tradition in our parish to consider our blessings and make an annual pledge of our time, talent, and treasure. Whether you are new to pledging, continuing your current participation, or making changes, I am asking everyone to participate—we need you! Extra pledge packets are available in the church, or you may submit a pledge online. Click here for more details. God bless you for your participation and support!
All are welcome to join us for Mass on Thanksgiving Day, Thursday November 22 at 8:00 am. (Please note, there will be no 7:00 am or 12:05 Masses Thanksgiving Day.)