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Welcome to the Cathedral of the Holy Family, a Roman Catholic Church in the Diocese of Saskatoon, Canada.

 

Sunday Mass Times:

9:00 am, 11:30 am, 6:30 pm

Weekday Mass Times:

As scheduled; typically

  • Tuesday at 12:15pm
  • Wednesday at 7:00pm, with Our Lady of Perpetual Help devotion following at 7:30pm
  • Thursday at 12:15pm
  • Friday at 12:15pm, and Friday at 10am at Sherbrooke.

Please refer to the bulletin for this week's schedule.

Sacrament of Reconciliation:

Saturdays at 11:00am or by appointment.
Also: Extended times for Advent

Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament:

Thursday evenings from 7:00-9:00pm (Note: cancelled on Dec 28)
First Fridays of the month from 1:00-2:00pm

Location:

123 Nelson Road
Saskatoon, SK, S7S 1H1
Canada


Phone: 306-659-5800
Fax: 888-897-7980

You can access our parking lot from the first round-about on Nelson Road, just north of Attridge Drive, or from the Forestry Farm exit.

Our offices are open Monday-Friday from 9:00am-4:30pm (closed for lunch from 12:15-12:45pm).

  

 


 

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During the Lenten season, we will be offering additional opportunities for the Sacrament of Reconciliation. Please note that on the Saturdays and Sundays listed below, there will be two priests present to hear Confessions.

  • Thursday, March 23rd: 7 pm - 8 pm
  • Saturday, March 25th: 10 am - Noon
  • Saturday, April 1st: 10 am - Noon
  • Thursday, April 6th: 7 pm - 8 pm
  • Saturday, April 8th: 10 am - Noon
  • Sunday, April 9th: 7:45 pm - 9:30 pm
  • Tuesday, April 11th: 7 pm - 9 pm
  • Thursday, April 13th (Holy Thursday): Noon - 2 pm

List of Reconciliation and Easter celebrations in Saskatoon.

Published in Parish News
Sunday, February 26, 2017

Ash Wednesday Masses (2017)

10:30 am - with St. Joseph's High School
1:00 pm - with Elementary Schools
7:00 pm

Published in Parish News
Saturday, February 23, 2013

Lent Versus Giving Up

So I grew up in a family where Lent was for me an obligated punishment as opposed to a pleasing observance. My Mom, a few days before Ash Wednesday, would start to sing into our ears the need for Lenten observances and “giving ups” – prominent among which was FASTING from FOOD!!! She made each child spy on one another so you could hardly break the fast until the appointed time. As a smart little boy, I remember making a deal with my little brother by breaking the fast before 12:00 noon and we made strong promise not tell on each other…so technically we were still fasting because our lips would be wiped super clean, and our faces dropped in hunger (faked though).

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