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Call for Action on Advance Directives Legislation

The bishops of Texas through the Texas Catholic Conference of Bishops (TCCB), with one exception, are calling on the faithful from throughout the state to contact their respective state senator and state representative to urge the lawmakers to support SB 1944/HB 3099 which reforms the Texas Advance Directives Act and to oppose SB 917/HB 2609 which eliminates the dispute resolution process.


The TCCB Action Alert details why it is important to support SB 1944/HB 3099 and to oppose SB 917/HB 2609 and how to make your voice heard with one easy click.


Important - Revised COVID Protocols for Mass

Beginning Sunday, April 11, at every Mass, St. Patrick Cathedral will open up all pews for parishioners. We will require a physical distance of three feet between individuals or families. The Parish Hall will continue to be available for parishioners and families who feel more comfortable in that setting.

Guidelines for attending Mass remain the same:
• All participants will be required to wear a face mask or other face covering.
• During communion, communicants will be allowed to go to communion row by row in an orderly fashion, minding social distancing, so that there is no bunching up of people in line.
• Communion will only be distributed in the hand.


Please read Bishop Olson's newest pastoral letter to all priests, deacons, seminarians, religious men and women, and faithful laity of the Diocese of Fort Worth to maintain current safety protocols.

March 4, 2021

March 4, 2021 Spanish

March 4, 2021 Vietnamese

September 25, 2020


Catholic Charities Fort Worth Emergency Special Collection

Catholic Charities is unable to accept any new applications for financial assistance at this time.  Both COVID‐19 and Winter Storm Uri have created a widespread need in our communities, and there are thousands already on their waitlist. To illustrate how truly dire the need is, it would take $4.2 million to serve their existing clients alone, not counting those who reached out for the first time in the aftermath of the snowstorms in North Texas. 

If you can, please give next weekend or online at

To learn more about the work of Catholic Charities Fort Worth and the people who benefit, please visit


Join us for Fr. John Robert's classes each Monday and Tuesday: 


A study of the readings for the upcoming Sunday and daily masses.


A study of, "Fratelli Tutti", the latest addition to the Church’s social doctrine and the magisterium of Pope Francis.

CLICK HERE to read the complete Encyclical.

Both classes will be Live Streamed on St. Patrick Cathedral's Facebook page.  



There will be no Confessions Tuesday, April 6; or Wednesday, April 7. The next scheduled confessions will be Saturday, April 10.

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COVID Vaccination Information

In order to ensure that every resident knows the importance of receiving the vaccination, Tarrant County officials have asked the Diocese of Fort Worth to distribute this information about getting the COVID vaccination.

COVID Vaccine - Flyer

Details about resources for COVID in English, Spanish and Vietnamese

COVID Vaccine - YouTube Videos

YouTube links of videos for COVID in English, Spanish and Vietnamese

This information is for residents of Tarrant County and the surrounding counties whose residents can be vaccinated at Tarrant County vaccination centers.


“CATHEDRAL TREASURES” is a beautiful 74-page limited-edition book that is now available to order.  Cost is $25 plus shipping and handling.  This comprehensive collection of the sacred beauty here at St. Patrick Cathedral includes the magnificent windows, stations of the cross, statues and sacred objects.  circlerightarrow 


Wednesday, Dec. 9

Cathedral Staffing Announcement


Bishop Olson Introductory Statement to USCCB Addressing Ethical Concerns on The New Covid-19 Vaccines

The Bishop-Chairmen of the USCCB’s Doctrine Committee and Pro-Life Committee in issuing this statement, after seeking sound counsel from reliable sources, are appealing to the Principle of Material Cooperation to assure the faithful that they are not objectively sinning by being immunized with these vaccines despite their morally compromised and distant origins in connection with the grave evil of abortion. The Principle of Material Cooperation is a long-standing and trustworthy principle in...

Complete decree


POPE FRANCIS signs new Encyclical "Fratelli tutti" on St Francis' tomb in Assisi

"Let us dream, then, as a single human family, as fellow travelers sharing the same flesh, as children of the same earth which is our common home, each of us bringing the richness of his or her beliefs and convictions, each of us with his or her own voice, brothers and sisters all."  CLICK HERE to see the complete Encyclical.


Bishop Olson’s Statement regarding Pope Francis’ Comments Recorded in Francesco


PASTORAL LETTER from Bishop Olson to the clergy, the faithful and others of the Diocese regarding any possible invalid baptisms: 





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Engaging In Religious Formation Ministry

Please CLICK HERE to find out how you can help in the life of our parish.


Cathedral’s Covid-19 Food Response

Learn more about how St. Patrick Cathedral will partner with the Tarrant Area Food Bank, where a donation of $10 provides 50 meals for people out of school and work. This enables us to immediately provide 150,000 meals to those most affected by this crisis.  circlerightarrow



Fr. John Robert Skeldon's presentation of Pope Francis' book: “Rejoice & Be Glad”.  circlerightarrow

helpful links

Resources for help during these trying times:



We invite everyone to pray for our Diocesan Seminarians this year. CLICK HERE to download the 2017-2018 Seminarian Daily Prayer List. For any additional information please contact the Vocations Office.

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  • online giving

    St. Patrick Cathedral invites you to consider our electronic giving program as a way to automate your regular weekly offerings. Electronic filing is convenient and secure way for you to provide much-needed consistent financial support to our church.   circlerightarrow

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    ST. PATRICK CATHEDRAL PARISHIONERS have access to the truth, beauty, and meaning of the Catholic Faith anytime, anywhere... with FORMED. Use it on your computer, tablet or smartphone.  

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  • ministries to help you share your faith

    St. Patrick Cathedral offers many ways for you to apply the teachings of our beautiful Catholic Faith into ministries alongside other members of our Parish family. A few of these are: Youth Ministry, Young Adult Ministry, Altar Society, Knights of Columbus, Christ Before Us (an outreach ministry to the homeless). circlerightarrow

  • teaching to help you grow in your faith

    Our Cathedral offers many classes and opportunities for individuals and families to gather to search the Holy Scriptures together and to pray for each others needs.  These classes are made available through various programs: Children's Formation, Adult Formation and RCIA . circlerightarrow

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