Welcome to the Cathedral of Saint Patrick

Thank you for your interest in our parish. Whether you’re just visiting for a brief time, looking for a new parish home, are returning to the practice of your Catholic Faith or are interested in finding out more about the Catholic Church, then please enjoy a quick glance at our little corner of the Lord’s vineyard.

For over seventy years, the Cathedral has provided a singular environment for Sunday worship, varied liturgical events, diocesan celebrations, and community events. We are dedicated to enriching the spiritual lives of our parishioners and our community. The people of the Cathedral parish community represent a wide variety of age groups, backgrounds, experiences and occupations. Unlike many suburban parishes, our parishioners choose to travel to the Cathedral from all areas of the city.

We live in a privileged moment in the history of the universal Church and of this parish. This is the time of the New Evangelization, a comprehensive plan for the preaching of the Gospel, the reformation of the Church, and the renewal of human civilization. Whether parishioner or visitor to the Cathedral of Saint Patrick, may you find the peace of Christ and abundant blessings from our parish community. Please explore our website to see how the Cathedral can become part of your faith journey. We look forward to answering any questions you may have. Please let us know if we can be of any service to you on your path to holiness.


Frequently Asked Questions

How do I become a member?

Simply complete our online registration form. Once your information is processed, you will receive a welcome letter with information on how you can become involved in the life of the parish.
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Mass Schedule

The Cathedral of Saint Patrick offers four Masses on Sunday with a Saturday evening Vigil Mass, along with daily Mass, Monday-Saturday.
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Where is the church located?

The Cathedral of Saint Patrick is located in the historic Dilworth Community on Dilworth Road East.
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How do I become Catholic?

We're glad you asked! Becoming Catholic means joining an ancient faith, deeply rooted in the teachings and traditions of Christ. We welcome you to contact the church office to learn more about the Catholic Faith.
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Are you a fallen away Catholic?

Come home! The Catholic Church is a family and we miss those who may have left the Church or who have stopped participating in our vibrant liturgy and sacramental life. We hope you will consider returning home.
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Parish Office Hours

Mon-Fri, 9 am -5 pm 
1621 Dilworth Road East
Charlotte, NC  28203
Phone: (704) 334-2283
Fax: (704) 377-6403


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