Mother Church of the Catholic Diocese of Joliet

Welcome to the Cathedral of Saint Raymond Nonnatus


COVID-19 RESPONSE - ACTIONS TAKEN
Public Liturgies Suspended - Amid the outbreak and spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19), the celebration of Masses are suspended until further notice. Bishop Richard E. Pates has issued a dispensation from the obligation to attend Mass during this time to all parishioners of the Diocese of Joliet. 

Bishop Richard E. Pates, the diocesan apostolic administrator, will celebrate Holy Mass from the Cathedral of Saint Raymond every day at 9:00 a.m. and Sundays at 10:00 a.m. Click and subscribe to the diocesan YouTube channel to connect.

Rectory Office Operation - The parish office is closed. Phone calls are being returned. Please leave a message and someone will return your call as soon as possible.

Scheduled Events - In addition, all events, classes, gatherings and group meetings at the Cathedral are postponed until further notice.  

Please check back here regularly for updates, and follow the Cathedral parish on Facebook @CathedralofStRaymond.

May God bless and protect us all. 

 
Public Communications from the Diocese of Joliet 

 


 

 

 

 



Sunday Resources for Parents 

 


 


Catholic Prayers

 




Fr. Burke Masters - Reflections




The Catholic Faith on Demand!



Resources for Families, Parishes and Dioceses during the COVID-19 Crisis


 


Submit a Prayer Request

 


Please  consider continuing your financial support of our parish during this difficult time. We depend on your support to continue the daily operations of St. Raymond as well as the ministries that take care of those in need.   Here are some ways to stay current in your giving to St. Raymond:

►Drop off your financial support in the Rectory mail slot(locate to the left side of the door).
►Mail in your financial support to 604 N. Raynor, Joliet, IL 60435.
►Consider online giving by signing up at https://osvonlinegiving.com/2946 or download the mobile app by searching OSV online giving on your mobile device.
► If you bank online see if your bank offers a “Bill Pay” option.  The bank will generate and electronic check and send it directly to us via USPS.  Most banks do not charge for this service.

Thank you again for your continued and ongoing support of St. Raymond. Our faith will preserve and we ask for your continued prayers during this trying and uncertain times.


St. Raymond Grade School says THANK YOU! 
Thank you to our teachers, parents and students!  #RocketsRISE





 

 



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Be Kind and Merciful
The annual appeal is vitally important to not only the diocese, but also to our parish as well. The CMAA supports 30 ministries that benefit every parish and allow us all to Be Kind and Merciful to the most vulnerable in our community.  Our parish goal for 2020 is $87,200 and 70 percent of any amount we raise over our goal will be returned to us. This is a great opportunity for our parish! To learn more visit https://www.jolietdioceseappeal.org/

 

 

 

 

MASS SCHEDULE

Sunday Masses

Saturday | 5:00pm
Sunday | 7:30am | 9:00am  11:00am | 7:00pm

Daily Masses
Monday-Friday
6:30am|8:00am
Saturday 8:00am

Sacrament of Reconciliation
Saturda
ys at 4:00pm
(or by appointment)

Holy Days of Obligation
Vigil 7:00pm  Holy Day 7:00pm


Eucharistic Adoration
Second Tuesday of the Month
3:00pm to 7:00pm

Saint Peregrine Devotion
Third Monday of
the month 7:00pm


Parish Office Hours
Monday-Thursday  8:30-4:30pm
Friday             
       8:30-3:00pm
Saturday                9am-12pm

Sunday                   CLOSED 


 

DIRECTIONS

 Lending Libray 


Parish Council Members
Kathleen Albrecht
Luis Leon

Ken McCafferty
Stephen O'Connor
Judy Stengele
Billie Terrell


SCAM ALERT!!!
Cyber crime has hit St. Raymond and is hitting dioceses nati
onwide. If/when you receive an email from Fr. Bill Dewan or Rev. William Dewan requesting you to purchase a gift card,  please delete it! It is a scam! This email scam is also using other priests’ names in the diocese asking for money or gift cards.  Parishioners should contact the parish office to verify the legitimacy of any suspicious request they may receive.

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