St. Paul’s Co-Cathedral has been at the spiritual heart of the people of Saskatoon for over 100 years! It is also the mother church of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Saskatoon. There is a strong core of parishioners who have continued to welcome new immigrants, build relationships with the residents of the downtown, and reach out in service to the city core. These are our precious elders. We are anchored in daily the worship of God in Holy Mass, the celebration of God’s mercy in Reconciliation, in being a center for prayer, and in living as a community of care.

In recent time it has grown to become a young and fervent community looking to rekindle traditional Catholicism in light of recent Ecumenical Councils by making this parish the focal point of their lives. We are an icon of the Church Catholic – every continent, every age, and every stage shines in the faces of this People of God.

All are welcome to this holy place of prayer and faith in God. No pretenses here – this is a community that strives- with the heart of our Patron, Paul of Tarsus, Saint of the Inner City – “to please everyone in everything we do, not seeking our own advantage, but that of many, so that they may be saved” (1 Cor. 10:33). We look forward to you journeying with us as we all humbly approach Christ Jesus through His most Holy Sacrifice on the altar and are impelled to bring His Love into our families, our city, and our world.