Cathedral of Saint Raymond Nonnatus

Mother Church of the Diocese of Joliet



To avoid double bookings, the online scheduling system for portraits is available on weekdays only. On weekends, registration is available after all masses in the Narthex and Commons Hallways. Thank you for your understanding.

Registration for the 2016-2017 Religious Education school year is now open for all new and current students.
Online Registration Form Available HERE.

New this year.  Religious Education Tuition can now be paid online. You will be redirected to our new secure online giving provided through Our Sunday Visitor (OSV). You may pay in full or by payments. All outstanding balances for current students need to be paid in full prior to registering. For further information visit or call 815.722.6653 ext. 212

Join the Justice & Peace Ministry
of St. Raymond along with the Diocese of Joliet and
Bread for the World for their 2016 Offering Letters Campaign following Masses the weekend of May 14 / 15.  Stop in the Parish Commons and learn how you can help to end hunger at home and abroad.  Visit our Justice & Peace Ministry page for more information. Thank you for your support. Sign electronic letter HERE.

St. Raymond Fishers of Men
invite the men of St. Raymond to join them for the
3rd Annual Joliet Diocese Catholic Men's Conference
Featuring: Doug Barry, EWTN Host & Founder of "Battle Ready"
plus more than 15 dynamic breakout sessions!
Benedictine University, 5700 College Road, Lisle, IL 60532
Saturday, June 4, 2016 l 7:30am Mass with Bishop Siegel l 8:30am-3:30pm Conference

Pilgrimage Sunday at the Cathedral of Saint Raymond Nonnatus
2:00pm:  Eucharistic Adoration and Benediction
3:00pm:  Cathedral tours including explanation of the Holy Door
4:00pm:  Mercy talk by speaker Fr. Jack Welch
All Are Welcome!  No reservations are required for individuals, but group leaders are asked kindly to call the Cathedral to let us know you are coming. Download Flyer
Sunday, June 5, 2016
Fr. Jack Welch
, O. Carm.
The Mercy of God and St. Therese of Lisieux (The Little Flower).

Totus Tuus Summer Catechetical Youth Program
Cathedral of St. Raymond Commons
June 26 - July 1, 2016
Please visit our Totus Tuus page HERE.

2016 Catholic Ministries Annual Appeal

Please Participate! Your Gift Makes a Difference!  A gift to the CMAA will touch the lives of many in our diocese in a positive way. Together, the gifts of many enable our diocese to deliver needed education, ministry and services to those who need it most. Our parish goal is $ 86,284.00 and with your financial support, we can exceed this goal. When we exceed our goal in paid pledges, we will receive 65% of the amount over goal for use in our parish. To give you a more personal understanding of the work your gift will help us accomplish, please click on the video above called “Giving Thanks” that captures how your support helps the work of our diocese. View Video

Our NEW Online Giving is an easy, safe and convenient way to make offertory contributions to Saint Raymond Parish.  With our new Online Giving website, your donations can be made automatically from your checking, savings, or credit card account(s) into the parish bank account.  This new program offers significant improvements and greater flexibility over our previous ACH/Credit Card program. You can chose your donation dates, types and frequencies, as well as enter multiple payment methods.  Click the logo to the left to access our Online Giving frequently asked questions and learn more about the benefits for you and the benefits for St. Raymond.

The Opening of the Holy Door to begin the Holy Year of Mercy was celebrated here at the Cathedral on Saturday, December 12 at the 5:00pm Mass.  Prior to the beginning of Mass, Bishop Conlon opened the Cathedral's Holy Door, our local way of joining with Pope Francis as he opened the Holy Door in Rome.  Let us honor this Holy Year in joyful celebration of God's extravagant love and mercy.  To learn more about the Jubilee of Mercy and the Opening of the Holy Door, visit the Jubilee of Mercy website HERE.

 View our very own Tiffany Nemanich in Rome 
at the Easter Vigil Mass celebrated by Pope Francis at 
St. Peter's Basilica.




Sunday Masses


7:30am | 9:00am | 11:00am

Weekday Masses

6:30am | 8:00am


Holy Days of Obligation

Vigil 7:00pm
Holy Day 6:00pm

Sacrament of Reconciliation
4:00pm to 4:45pm

Eucharistic Adoration
Second Tuesday of the Month
(unless otherwise noted)
3:00pm to 7:00pm

Saint Peregrine Devotion
Third Monday of the Month


Prepare for Mass this weekend — see what we're singing,
and join us! Online versions of Cathedral orders of worship
and concert programs are available in our new 
Worship and Music Archive
Click here for this week's 
Sunday Order of Worship.


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