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FRIENDS of the Cathedral is an auxiliary organization comprised of members of the faithful who seek to foster awareness, develop identity and support the Cathedral of the Diocese of Phoenix.
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Golf Tourney Brochure
Download the brochure and registration form for the 2014 Friends of the Cathedral Golf Tournament and register today!
Sunday Mass LIVE
Click HERE to view Sunday Mass online LIVE at 9:00 AM.
Once again this year we will partner with Ss. Simon & Jude Cathedral school whose mission is to promote the intellectual and spiritual growth of each child by providing quality Catholic education in a safe, caring environment challenging them to live according to the Gospel in a constantly changing world.
A portion of the proceeds of this event will go to the school's scholarship fund enabling more families to take advantage of this wonderful opportunity. Your participation makes a difference!
The word Cathedral derives from the Greek word kathedra, meaning “chair.” The Chair of the diocesan bishop is the seat from which he guides the life of the Church in a particular geographical region known as a diocese. This Chair is a symbol of his authority to teach, sanctify, and govern the people of Christ. The church in which this Chair is housed is consequently known as a Cathedral church… the bishop’s own parish church.