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Suggestion for Questions for Father about the Mass:

Since not everyone is bold enough to speak up and time is limited, please feel free to send questions on the topic of the Eucharistic celebration to Fr. O'Reilly's attention at or hit reply to this Flocknote and we will compile a list of questions that he can address either at the next sessions or a special Q/A session. 

Keep The Flame Alive!


New Series just starting on the Eucharist and the Roman Missal.

Join us! Come deepen your understanding of the Mass!

Fr. O’Reilly will take us on a journey through the Roman Missal in the next series! The Roman missal is the big red book you see on the Altar, full of the the prayers, chants and instructions for the celebration of Mass (the Eucharist). Don't miss this opportunity to become more familiar with the wonderful prayers it contains and how it leads us through the Mass. 

Everyone is invited to join in at 7:00 PM on Wednesdays via Zoom.

Mark your calendars and send an email to Donna at for further information and the Zoom links.

It is a good habit to be in!


Greetings everyone! This is going to be a great series and in order to get the most out of it Fr. O'Reilly asks that we all take a time to get familiar with and start reading the General Instructions for the Roman Missal (GIRM) so that we are familiar with the content. 


Join us on Wednesdays and grow in your appreciation for and understanding of the Source and Summit of our Faith - the celebration of the Eucharist!

If you could not make it last Wednesday you can still join any time.


6:00 PM


Join us for prayer and fellowship 

1st Wednesday of the month

at 6:00 p.m.

3rd Wednesday of the month

at 6:00 pm.

  We join together to pray the Rosary.

We meet in the

Cathedral’s Lower Level.

Flower Blossoms

Cathedral of the Blessed Sacrament Gift Shop


We would love to help you with all your faith filled shopping needs. You will find a great selection of spiritually enriching gifts for everyone on your list. Or pick up something special for yourself! Please visit our Gift Shop located on the lower level. It is open each Sunday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. or make an appointment by contacting Susan Moeller at 510-734-4158.


Cathedral Tours

Docents are available to give tours on Sundays after the 8:00 am and 10:00 am English masses. Spanish language tours will be given following the noon Spanish mass. Our Docents will share with you how the Cathedral is such an important part of early California history. Learn about our beautiful and important art works and how symbolism in these art works is so integral to our Catholic Faith. Learn more at:


Holy Hour of Reparation

Friday, March 1, 2024

The First Friday of each month immediately following the

12:10 Mass in the Blessed Sacrament Chapel

Jesus implores us to stay, watch, and pray with Him, just as He did to His apostles: "My soul is sorrowful even unto death. Stay you here and watch with Me (Matthew 26:38)." Jesus told St. Margaret Mary to "make reparation for the ingratitude of men. Spend an hour in prayer to appease divine justice, to implore mercy for sinners, to honor Me, to console Me for My bitter suffering when abandoned by My apostles, when they did not watch one hour with me."

During this holy hour of reparation before the Blessed Sacrament, we will pray a Spiritual Communion, Acts of Reparation and Consecration to the Sacred Heart, and preparation for a Happy Death. Holy Hour of Reparation is a devotion much needed by our world today, amid its tragedies and sin.


Rotary Club of South Sacramento and Parishioners Continue to Support the

Brown Bag Lunch (BBL) Ministry!

The Cathedral Brown Bag Lunch Ministry is pleased to announce that, for the third consecutive year, the Rotary Club of South Sacramento (RCSS) has presented a Grant Award to the BBL!

RCSS supports many diverse community services programs throughout the greater Sacramento area. The BBL is honored to be recognized for its continued service to the downtown Sacramento poor and homeless community and to be among the diverse group of 2023 RCSS award recipients.  Our heartfelt thanks to RCSS for the generous award of $1,500 and for its compassion for those in need.

In addition to the RCSS grant award, BBL volunteers would like to thank our monthly and constant supporters who repeatedly give of their time, talent, and treasure.  You remain a blessing to BBL.  Many thanks also to parishioners, students, families and individuals who lovingly, and generously, donate lunches, water, and other lunch supplies to BBL.  During the month of November 2023, all these kind acts of charity allowed BBL volunteers to distribute 2,300 lunches to our downtown brothers and sisters.

If you would like to donate lunches or lunch supplies to feed our downtown poor and homeless community, please contact

Let's Talk Parish 

This podcast seeks to create a greater sense of community among our parishioners. Each episode will feature a Cathedral staff member or parishioner in a casual discussion with Christian Jensen. A new episode will come out every other Saturday.

Let’s Talk Parish Phone Number

You can leave us a comment or suggestion by calling 916-545-5376.

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Revival’s in the Air


This will be one of the largest Eucharistic pilgrimages in history. Just as crowds followed Christ throughout his earthly ministry, our nation will process with our Eucharistic Lord over 6,500 miles—through cities, along highways, and past rural towns—on his way to the 10th National Eucharistic Congress.

Learn More:


We are hosting the pilgrimage at the Cathedral of the Blessed Sacrament on Wednesday, May 22, 2024.

We are looking to provide the following:

  • Cathedral will collaborate with Radio Santissimo on the Eucharistic Procession from West Sacramento to the Cathedral starting at 11am on Wednesday, May 22, 2024.

  • Eucharistic Revival Pilgrim Mass at the Cathedral at 12:10pm on May 22, 2024.

  • We are looking for volunteers to provide meals and host the perpetual pilgrims overnight (14 TOTAL:  10 lay people, 2 seminarians, 2 priests).

Please contact us on how you can help.


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