21st Annual Christmas at the Cathedral

Proceeds from this year’s event will go toward the Bishop Dudley Hospitality House and the ongoing care and maintenance of one of South Dakota’s most significant civic and sacred landmarks – the Cathedral of St. Joseph. Tickets available online at ccfesd.org or at all Sioux Falls Hy Vee stores.

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Sunday TV Mass - December 10, 2017

The Sunday TV Mass is produced and broadcast weekly by the Catholic Diocese of Sioux Falls. Our goal…

RSS Bishop’s Statements

  • 2017 White Mass Homily October 18, 2017
    Thank you for being with us today as we celebrate this “White Mass’ where we recognize, honor and pray for all those in the healing ministry of health care, Catholic and not. It is named the White Mass because of the tradition of wearing white garments, although that is less common these days. We priests […]

RSS Bishop’s Homilies

  • TV Mass Homily 12/10/2017 December 10, 2017
    “Prepare the way of the Lord.” With those words, the evangelist Mark introduces us to John the Baptist. Historians tell us that soldiers would be sent out to prepare the people for the arrival of their secular king. That is the mission of John the Baptist in a spiritual way, to get people’s attention, encouraging […]

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Catholic Radio Programs

Catholic Views – December 10, 2017

  We talk with Emily Leedom from the Office of Marriage, Family and Respect Life about the upcoming March for Life pilgrimage to Washington, DC.

Catholic Views – December 3, 2017

  We talk with Joe Rutten joins us this week and talks about the Catholic Men’s Business Fraternity breakfast, Wednesday morning December 6th. Joe also touches on the exciting new endeavors in his life over the past few months.

Podcasts

Ignition 339 – Holiday Wars!

  Dr. Chris and Fr. John Rutten talk about the holiday wars and a different way to respond to them.

Ignition 338 – A Catholic Take on Beginning of the Reformation

  Dr. Chris offers a Catholic perspective on Martin Luther and the early years of the Protestant Reformation and what led up to it.

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This Month's Issue

Happy New Church Year! A Time for Renewal View this month’s edition of The Bishop’s Bulletin

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Posted: November 30, 2017, 10:29 pm

Bishop Swain's Column

As the theme of this edition of The Bishop’s Bulletin makes clear the seasons of the Church calendar are an opportunity for us to reflect with varying emphasis on the fullness of the pascal mystery...

Posted: November 30, 2017, 10:34 pm

 

Fr. Mike's Column

When I was a wee lad, Grandma and Grandpa Hagerty lived in White Lake and Grandma Griffin lived in Mitchell, so several times a year, the Griffin clan in Aberdeen would drive down Highway 281 to vi...

Posted: November 30, 2017, 10:36 pm

 

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Officials

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Identifying the gifts of stewardship

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Make sure the Church is part of funeral preparations

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Sioux Falls parish celebrates centennial

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Local News - Diocesan Events

Officials

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Advent retreat scheduled for Mother of God Monastery

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Brandon parish hosting annual cookie parade

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