Prayer Request

The Cathedral community prays together weekly and we have a Prayer Chain. Please submit your request and it will be included in our weekly prayer service and added to the Prayer Chain. Thank you.

Faith & Service

Welcome to Faith & Service at Cathedral. Our mission is an integrated ministry, embracing the development of faith, the building of community and the learning of service. With a balance of cognitive and affective learning, these areas invite students to a deepened awareness of their Catholic heritage, a call to personal holiness, and the challenge to build the kingdom of justice and peace.

Praying for Cathedral

Cathedral's Strategic Plan for 2018 strives for an unmatched quality of education and a continued growth and support for its students and community. Goal #1 is to have not fewer than 18,000 people regularly praying for the continued health and growth of Cathedral High School. If you are willing to pray for Cathedral let us know by clicking HERE. A suggested prayer is printed below.

A Prayer for the Cathedral Community
Gracious, gift-giving God, you call us each by name. We are your children. You tell us we are precious and glorious in your sight. To each of us you give an extraordinary destiny.

Warmed by these words of love we, your people within this Cathedral community: our students, families, parishes, volunteers, schools, alumni, teachers, and staff – make bold to ask:

  • Strengthen us when our faith and love grow faint;
  • Fix us firmly upon the rock of your Word; teach us to build our schools upon this rock and not upon the uncertain sands of passing fancies.

You invite us to dwell in your tent so that you might refresh us with your presence and protect us from the heat and burdens of the day.

You remind us that all those involved in education truly inspire others for eternity.

Help us to know we live in a many-splendored world. May we contribute our labor to enhance its wonder.

And finally, prosper our journey to the shores of heaven where, as Saint Paul has promised, you will welcome us as full citizens.


 Fr. Doug Liebsch
 Ext. 148