Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception is a testament to a vibrant heritage, representing one of the oldest historic churches in Fort Wayne. As the primary cathedral of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Fort Wayne-South Bend, it is led by the esteemed Most Rev. Kevin Carl Rhoades. With its establishment dating back to 1836, it is the oldest parish in Fort Wayne. The church building was erected in 1860, showcasing remarkable architectural beauty and historical significance. Their collective devotion leads them to dedicate their lives to Christ, epitomizing the essence of their faith. Within the walls of this cathedral, tradition, grandeur, hospitality, and sacred liturgy intertwine to create an awe-inspiring atmosphere. The mission of the Cathedral community extends beyond its physical boundaries, encompassing a commitment to serve God within its parish, diocese, and the broader community. Firmly grounded in their beliefs, they embrace the seven sacraments instituted by Jesus Christ and serve as essential pillars of their faith.