Immaculate Conception Cathedral Parish

8 Church Road, Grand Falls-Windsor, NL

Welcome to the Immaculate Conception Cathedral Parish.  We are located in the beautiful town of Grand Falls-Windsor, NL.  We are a large parish family welcoming all parishioners, visitors, children, elderly, new Canadians, and returning Catholics.  Please join us as we journey together in prayer, loving God and our neighbour every day.  May this site be an effective instrument to enhance our faith in God, and enrich our love of the Church.

Parish Staff:

  • Fr. Joseph Uy, Administrator
  • Iris Walsh, Secretary/Housekeeper
  • Max Rideout, Custodian

PLEASE NOTE:  The Parish Office is NOT closed to the public.  Regular office hours are 8:00 am - 4:00 pm, Monday through Friday. Donation envelopes can be dropped off at the Parish Office during regular working hours.

Phone: 709-489-6587


Immaculate Conception Cathedral Parish Church continues to follow the directive issued by our Provincial Health Authorities to ensure not only our safety but that of all those entrusted to our care and all our fellow citizens. Please stay safe. God bless

December 5, 2020 - Mass now offered for in-person attendance and simultaneous live-stream.

Thanks to the great generosity of parishioners near and far, we have purchased to equipment necessary to live stream our in-person masses.  Starting on the 2nd Sunday of Advent, December 6, 2020, our Sunday 11:00am Mass which is offered with parishioners in attendance, will be simultaneously live-streamed on this page, our Facebook Page and YouTube Channel.  Weekday masses will continue to be live-stream only for the time being.

Registration is required for all in-person masses. A quick call to the parish office is all you need to secure you position but, since attendance is capped at 100 people (including the ministers), call early to avoid disappointment.  Most of our masses are now reaching full capacity. Those who arrive at our doors without pre-registration will likely be disappointed.  You must call EVERY WEEK and register.

Once registered, our secretary will assign you (and your bubble) a seat in the church. Upon arrival at the church, you will be greeted by an usher, your name confirmed on the seating chart and then escorted to your pew.  You must wear a mask when you arrive at the church and leave it on until you are seated. Once seated you cannot leave your pew, except to received Holy Communion.  You may remove your mask when seated but we strongly suggest that you leave your mask in place for your protection and the protection of others.  Directions on the flow to receive Communion will be explained at Mass.  You must wear your mask in the processional line to receive Communion.

If you watch or attend these Masses you will notice that we will have a cantor in attendance along with an accompanist.  The cantor will sing a Processional, Communion and Recessional hymn and will wear a mask while doing so.  Parishioners, however, cannot join the cantor in singing.  This is in accordance with our Diocesan Policy on singing in church.

The Proclaimer of the Word (reader) will continue to remove their mask when they reach the ambo and replace it when returning to their pew.  The ministers will not share microphones and only one lay-minister at a time will be permitted in the sanctuary.

Once mass is concluded and all are dismissed by the ushers, the church will be thoroughly sanitized in accordance with Provincial and Diocesan policy.  This includes all pews, washrooms, high touch surfaces and microphones.

We hope that you understand that these procedures are in place for the protection and safety of all our parishioners.  We ask that anyone registered for Mass who feels unwell to stay at home.  You will be able to join us virtually on this website (see the bottom of this page) or on our Facebook Page ( or YouTube Channel (

July 5, 2020

On July 2, 2020 Most Reverend R. Anthony Daniels, Bishop of Grand Falls, sent the following letter to the parishes.  In the letter he outlined the plan for the RE-OPENING OF CHURCHES in the Diocese of Grand Falls under Alert Level 2.

📄 Celebrating Mass During Alert Level 2-Final 3-2 July 6, 2020


The Cathedral will reopen for in-person masses on Sunday, July 12 at 11:00am. In-person Masses are held every Sunday at 11:00am

For those wishing to attend any in-person Masses, please know there are health and safety restrictions in place.  YOU MUST CALL THE PARISH OFFICE (489-6587) AND REGISTER TO ATTEND every week.  MAXIMUM ATTENDANCE IS 100 PEOPLE, INCLUDING THE PRIEST AND OTHER MINISTERS.  NO ONE WILL BE ADMITTED WITHOUT REGISTRATION.

For a video depicting what changes you can expect when you come to Mass at the Cathedral, please go to our YouTube Channel.  Please be sure to subscribe to the channel so that you can see all of our latest videos - including the live-streamed Masses and Rosary.

🎥 Planning for a Safe Return to the Cathedral


Before you come to ANY Mass, please ensure you have completed the self-assessment Screening Questionnaire found on the Provincial Government Website.  If you answer yes to any of these questions, do not come to Mass.  Instead please call 811 or visit to determine if you should be tested for COVID-19.


  • Beginning on the 2nd Sunday of Advent (Dec 5/6), our live-stream Mass schedule will be changing.  We will no longer be offering the Saturday evening Mass live-streamed on our website, Facebook and YouTube channel.  Instead, the Sunday 11:00am Mass will be live-streamed from the Cathedral with parishioners in attendance.  In this way, we can all celebrate the Mass together as a parish community. This also means that Saturday Rosary will be discontinued.  Weekday Rosary and Mass schedule will remain unchanged.
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  • Copies of the Living with Christ Sunday Missal for the new Liturgical Year (starting November 28/29) will be available for purchase in the Parish Office beginning on Monday, November 9.  Due to Covid-19 restrictions, missals cannot be purchased before or after Masses at the Cathedral this year. We encourage anyone purchasing a missal to read page 5-6 regarding how to get the most out of their missal. The price per book is $5.
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  • Envelopes are now available for pick-up at the Parish Office.  They cannot be distributed at church this year due to Covid-19 restrictions.
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  • Interac e-Transfer is a simple, convenient, and secure way to send and receive money directly from one bank account to another. All you need is access to online or mobile banking through a participating financial institution, and you can send money to Immaculate Conception Cathedral Parish — without sharing any personal financial information. It's a great alternative to cheques and cash.
  • To give using Interac e-Transfer please use this email address to send your donation to The Cathedral:
  • For the time being, you will need to use a question and answer for the secretary to accept your funds transfer.  We suggest: “What was the occupation of St. Joseph?” The secretary knows the answer is carpenter.
  • If you choose a different question, please email the parish secretary the answer to It would also be most helpful, for accounting purposes, if you indicated your envelope number in the comments section of the transfer or in the email indicating the answer to your question.
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Live-Stream Schedule


Tuesdays at 4:45pm

Wednesdays to Fridays at 9:00am


Tuesdays at 5:15pm

Wednesdays to Fridays at 9:30am

Sundays at 11:00pm ** NOTE CHANGE IN TIME

Holy Hour

Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament, Adoration and Benediction Wednesdays at 2:00pm

Live Stream - Mass, Rosary or Holy Hour

Masses are live-streamed at the times noted above.  If you would like to view a Mass celebrated in the past week please visit either our Facebook page or our YouTube Channel.

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