Cathedral Bulletin | March 9, 2021
Scroll down for: Poem of the Week; Musical Prayer this Friday; Virtual Blood Drive; Adult Confirmation classes begin March 10; things you might have missed, and coming events
Register for this weekend's Masses
Click on a date/time to register. Masses marked with * will also be livestreamed; scroll down for links! Note that due to increased demand, we are resuming the Sunday 5:30pm Mass beginning this Sunday!

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, 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 Masses this Sunday
The Fourth Sunday of Lent
Sunday, March 14, 2021

MASS with Archbishop Paul D. Etienne
Streamed on the Archdiocese of Seattle Vimeo/Facebook pages


MASS with Father Michael G. Ryan
Streamed on the Cathedral Vimeo/Facebook pages
Poem of the Week
Scott Webster reads Milton's "When I consider how my light is spent" and Corinna Laughlin offers commentary
Novena to St. Joseph begins March 10
Musical Prayer Friday at 6:30pm
Friday, March 12, 2021 at 6:30pm

This week, cantor and Cathedral Cantorei member Christine K. Friday, mezzo-soprano, with Joseph Adam, organ, presents a program of works by Durufle, Wolf, and Vierne.

In case you missed it!
Mark Hilliard Wilson, guitar
Friday, March 5, 2021 at 6:30pm
Praying the Stations of the Cross
Pray the Stations of the Cross!
Father Ryan reads meditations by Paul Claudel. Featuring the art of Joan Brand Landkamer. Joseph Adam, organ and Emily Amesquita, cantor
Virtual Blood Drive: March 3-April 3
This past year, with the COVID 19 pandemic, our community has proven its awe-inspiring capacity to give. The need for blood never stops! We’re asking you to step up with courage and conviction, faith in action! Impact one another’s lives with a challenge that we know together, Bound By Blood.

Donate between March 3 – April 3  and make your impact count for St. James Cathedral Virtual Blood Drive and to help patients in need.

There are many Donor Centers and Pop-ups near you to answer the call and give blood. Make your appointment today pick the Center or Pop-Up Center that is most convenient for you. Use “LENT” as the code (to track St. James Cathedral impact) when you arrive to register for your donation. We encourage you to make an appointment as soon as possible, the locations fill up quick!
Make it a date with a family member or friend or pass along and they can donate on their own to help with reaching the goal of 15 registrations! 16-17 year old donors need a BWNW parental permission form, parental consent 

You can now complete your questionnaire prior to your donation. It must be the same day as your appointment. Click on Donor QuickPass You can do this on your phone, keep the barcode once done or at home PC, print out barcode, and bring with you.

Bloodworks has implemented increased safety and social distancing measures in compliance with all local and state recommendations to ensure that the critical act of donation experience is as safe and pleasant as possible. All donors are required to wear masks at their donation appointment. For more information, visit

To make your appointment visit or call 800-398-7888. Have a question? Email us
Thank you for your generous support of patients in need. 
Your Bloodworks Team
"Zoom" Mental Health Luncheon
To register, contact Erica Cohen Moore,
Adult Confirmation prep begins March 10
Information, Rosanne Michaels,
Last Sunday's bulletin
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Seattle, WA 98104