Holy Name Cathedral is one of the largest Roman Catholic dioceses built-in 1874. It is a parish church of the Archbishop of Chicago, serving the community with regular masses and other religious services. It has grown from a parish in a small wooden church built under extreme hardship to today's flourishing, urban community. It is a well-renowned cathedral that attracts thousands of visitors from all over the world to their parish. Holy Name Cathedral has more than 5,500 households gathered around the Lord's Table every week, and they are blessed with many different ministries involving people of all ages. This beautiful Catholic cathedral church stands with a stunning interior built with mastery. The religious education program provided in this cathedral is a family-focused faith formation program. Holy Name Cathedral is based on the principle that parents are central to their children's spiritual formation.