Cathedral Bulletin | June 4, 2021
In this issue: Musical Prayer today at 2:00pm; Corpus Christi this weekend! Vaccination clinic June 7; and much more
Corpus Christi
The Most Body and Blood of Christ
Click on a date/time to register. Liturgies marked with * will also be livestreamed (details below).

SPECIAL NOTE: CDC guidelines now indicate that fully vaccinated persons do not need to maintain social distancing with other vaccinated persons. For that reason, at the 10:00am Mass, we are implementing a special seating section for those who have been fully vaccinated. If you and all members of your party are fully vaccinated, you will have the option to choose this seating section when you register. Note that masks must still be worn at all times while in the Cathedral, whether you are vaccinated or not. We will keep you posted as these guidelines change in the coming weeks and months.
Three Livestream liturgies this weekend!
The Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ (Corpus Christi)

Saturday, June 5, 2021

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

Sunday, June 6, 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 | Today at 2:00pm!
Friday, June 4 at 2:00pm | Mark Hilliard Wilson, guitar

Our Musical Prayer program for June 4 will be livestreamed from the Cathedral Chapel at 2:00pm rather than the usual 6:30. If you can't join at that time, you'll be able to view the video at any time. View on the Cathedral's Vimeo page ( or Facebook page (
IN CASE YOU MISSED IT! Musical Prayer last Friday, May 28 was a broadcast featuring our Youth Music Program, including a newly produced “virtual choir” video that students recorded of Lenten and Eastertide songs, some smaller musical projects, and highlights from 2020’s virtual Readings and Carols. Watch and listen here to see what our young Cathedral musicians have been up to!
Vaccination clinic! | Monday, June 7
On Mondays, June 7, 14, and 21, from 2:30pm-4:30pm, St. James Cathedral is privileged to host a King County Public Health vaccination clinic!

Vaccinations are open to everyone age 18+, including all Cathedral parishioners. No appointment is necessary.

Information, Patrick Barredo, 206-382-4515.
Annual Catholic Appeal
Combined Parish and Archdiocesan Goal: $549,157
Raised so far: $407,640
Still need to raise: $141,517

At this point, all gifts come back to the Cathedral in the form of a rebate. This year, the rebate supports our ministries for young people--Children's Faith Formation, Youth Music Program, and Youth Ministry Program. If you haven't yet done so, please consider making a gift today!
Hunthausen Golf Tournament: Save the Date!
Since 1997, this tournament has raised funds to support the neediest in our community. In 2019, the tournament raised over $169,000 for our neighbors in need. Last year, we weren’t able to gather, but incredibly, you still contributed a remarkable $116,000 to support Cathedral outreach ministries. This year, on Monday, August 30, 2021, we’re back in person at beautiful Glendale Country Club, and we hope you will be there to make the event bigger and better than ever!
This important event makes possible our Cathedral Kitchen, which has continued to operate safely throughout the pandemic, serving hot, nutritious takeaway meals to homeless and low-income men and women in the downtown area. The tournament also supports many other important Cathedral outreach ministries, including our Solanus Casey Center, Sunday Breakfast, Immigrant Assistance Program, and Mental Health Ministry.
On behalf of the many, many people who are helped through the programs of St. James Cathedral, thank you for your generous support of the Archbishop Hunthausen Charity Golf Tournament.
Holy Land Pilgrimage 2022
January 23—February 1, 2022
Father Ryan will lead a parish pilgrimage to the Holy Land early in 2022. Over ten memorable days, we will retrace the steps of Jesus, all the way from Nazareth and Bethlehem, to Galilee and the River Jordan, to the Holy City of Jerusalem. We will also have the option of continuing on in the footsteps of the apostles Peter and Paul, following them to Rome and Vatican City. A pilgrimage to the Holy Land is truly a life-changing, faith-deepening experience.
The pilgrimage has now reached capacity. However, you can still register and be added to the waiting list as it is possible more space will open up.

Poem of the Week: "General Communion" by Alice Meynell
Scott Webster reads Alice Meynell's "General Communion," and Corinna Laughlin offers commentary
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