Cathedral Bulletin | April 16, 2021
In this issue: Musical Prayer tonight; Holy Hour for Child Abuse Prevention Month on Wednesday, April 21; and more
Register for the Third Sunday of Easter
Click on a date/time to register. Liturgies marked with * will also be livestreamed (details below).

We have put many precautions in place to make sure that the celebration of Mass during Covid-19 is both safe and comfortable. This is not business as usual! The following are important instructions for those who wish to take part. Thank you for your patience and understanding.

  • Registration is required in order to limit the numbers at each service, and registered persons will be checked in as they arrive.
  • Masks/face coverings must be worn throughout the Mass except when receiving Holy Communion. Your mask needs to cover both your nose and your mouth at all times.
  • On arriving at the Cathedral, you will be greeted by staff who will check you in and show you your place for the Mass.
  • You will NOT be able to choose your own place to sit, nor will you be able to move about the Cathedral once you have been seated. Household groups will be seated together.
Livestream liturgies this Sunday
The Third Sunday of Easter
Sunday, April 18, 2021

MASS with Father Ryan
Streamed on the Archdiocese of Seattle Vimeo/Facebook pages


MASS with Father Ryan
Streamed on the Cathedral Vimeo/Facebook pages
Musical Prayer TONIGHT at 6:30pm
Join us for livestream Musical Prayer on Fridays in April!
  • April 16 – David P. Hoffman, baritone & Kerry O’Connor, piano. Ralph Vaughan Williams: Five Mystical Songs and “Watchful’s Song” from Pilgrim’s Progress.
  • April 23 – Ko-Ichiro Yamamoto, trombone & Joseph Adam, organ
  • April 30 – Joseph Adam, organ
You can find the livestream at VIMEO and FACEBOOK. For a complete archive of 40+ musical offerings since the pandemic began, visit
April is Child Abuse Prevention Month
On April 21 at 7:00pm at St. James Cathedral in Seattle, you are invited to join in a Holy Hour for Child Abuse Prevention Month, as we pray for victim survivors of abuse, and strengthen our resolve to prevent child abuse in our families, parishes, and communities.

Archbishop Etienne will lead the service, which will include Scripture readings, music, and the chaplet of the Divine Mercy, and conclude with Benediction. All are welcome to attend in person (no registration is required), or join in via livestream on FACEBOOK or VIMEO.
Poem of the Week
David Hoffman sings Vaughan Williams' setting of Herbert's I got me flowers and Corinna Laughlin offers commentary
Film Screening: Kiss the Ground
Information, Patrick Barredo
Special offering from the Grunewald Guild
Inclusion Ministry Mass on May 1
All are welcome to attend in person (no registration is required), or join in via livestream on FACEBOOK or VIMEO.
Grief Support begins May 4
Information, Rosanne Michaels
This Sunday's bulletin
St. James Cathedral
804 Ninth Avenue
Seattle, WA 98104