Corpus Christi Cathedral has been where thousands of stories intertwine with parish life since its establishment in 1853. Over the past 150 years, the church has witnessed its parishioners' remarkable dedication and extraordinary talents, particularly in music. The cemetery, which began with the generous gift of Catherine Bray, now encompasses several acres and serves as the final resting place for approximately 6,500 souls. Corpus Christi Cathedral is committed to providing catechesis and religious education programs that cater to individuals of all ages. Whether it's children, teachers, adults, or families, the church offers opportunities for ongoing learning and spiritual growth. As a vibrant community hub, the cathedral serves its parish and the wider diocese, television ministry, and global web broadcasts. The cathedral's musical tradition continues to thrive with the collective efforts of over seven choirs and a dedicated membership of more than 250 talented volunteers from across the Corpus Christi Diocese. Throughout its long and storied history, Corpus Christi Cathedral remains a beacon of faith and a place where community bonds are strengthened.
Sun: 9:30am (Televised Mass)|11am (Spanish)|12:30pm