Cathedral Guadalupe serves as the principal church for the 630,000 Roman Catholics within the nine-county Diocese of Dallas and holds a significant place in the historical and cultural evolution of the city. The cathedral embraces its mission to educate, communicate, and advocate for Catholic Social Tradition themes grounded in the universal principles of human dignity, the common good, subsidiarity, and solidarity. Situated amidst the surrounding buildings' gleaming glass and polished stone facades, Cathedral Guadalupe stands as a symbol of faith and unity. It proudly represents the largest congregation among all cathedrals in the United States and is the foremost Hispanic church congregation, with 25,000 documented households. The cathedral embraces its community's rich diversity by incorporating English and Spanish music into its worship services. Notably, it has premiered the bilingual Mass setting called Missa Guadalupe, a commissioned work that highlights the vibrant cultural fusion of the Dallas Cathedral.
Mon-Fri: 12pm (English)|7pm(Spanish)
Sun: 8am (Spanish)|10am (English)|12pm (Spanish)|7pm (Spanish)