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Renovation Update

Posted on May 12, 2024

The renovation at Blessed Sacrament Chapel is moving along. We rejoiced to attend Mass in the chapel for Mother’s Day.

Renovation Flooring In Use on Mother's Day 2024

New Stations of the Cross have been installed

Save the Date

Posted on May 12, 2024

  • Blessed Sacrament Chapel annual Picnic
    August 3, 12-2 pm.  Drive-though Bar-b-q- ribs, chicken, pulled pork.
  • 75th Anniversary Celebration of Blessed Sacrament Chapel
    August 25, Mass – 4PM

Share Night

Posted on May 12, 2024

Thanks for participating in the recent Share Night at McDonald’s. Your support is greatly appreciated.

A Beautiful Easter

Posted on Apr 11, 2024

Easter was a beautiful sunny day. After Mass an Easter egg hunt on the front lawn was enjoyed.

Easter 2024 Egg Hunt Easter 2024 Egg Hunt

FREE Catholic Resource

Posted on Mar 8, 2019

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Renovation Update

Posted on Aug 21, 2023

The updating of Blessed Sacrament Chapel continues. Phase 3 which was painting the body of the Chapel has been completed. Plans are moving forward with Phase 4 which will be the seating and flooring.

Renovation Phase 2 – Windows

Posted on May 4, 2023

Donations have been made for all 24 windows. Thanks to everyone who has contributed to the renovation of Blessed Sacrament Chapel. We hope to start on the window installation within the next two months. Contributions are appreciated as we move to Phase 3 which is painting the body of the church.  Phase 4 is the flooring in the body of the church.  Our hope is to have all 4 phases completed by our 75th anniversary which is 2024.

Mass Via Livestream Available from Saint Stephen Cathedral

Posted on Sep 20, 2021

Saint Stephen Cathedral offers livestream Mass at 4:30 pm (Vigil Mass) on Saturdays, accessible from a computer or mobile device at: www.facebook.com/ststephencathedral/live. A  Facebook account is NOT required to view the livestream. Mass may also be viewed from YouTube; just visit www.ststephencathedral.org and click on the YouTube icon.

Read about the history of Saint Stephen Cathedral and take a virtual tour!