Cathedral of the Epiphany
Diocese of Sioux City
The church dates from the late part of the 19th century and was officially erected as the Cathedral of the Epiphany of the Diocese of Sioux City in 1902. The cathedral is a gothic revival building containing beautiful stained glass windows from the Meyer Studio in Germany depicting scenes from the Nativity and Epiphany, as well as other events in the life of Christ and images of the apostles. The Cathedral has relic of the true cross of Christ in cross in the sanctuary that is modeled on the Florentine Chimabue crucifx. The Cathedral celebrates Mass in the Extraordinary Form each Sunday as well as Masses in English, Spanish and Vietnamese. Confessions are also heard at two different times daily. The Cathedral also hosts all the major celebrations and liturgies of the Diocese of Sioux City.
- Central America
- North America
- South America
Open 1 hour before liturgical celebrations and confessions and for some time after each celebration. Due to vandalism the church is not able to be open outside of those times.
Times of Liturgical Celebrations
Monday-Friday Mass in English 12:00pm
Monday -Friday Mass in Spanish at 5:30 pm
Saturday Vigil Mass Spanish at 6:00 pm
Sunday 10:00 am Mass in English 12:00pm and 1:30pm Mass in Spanish,
Hours for Confession
Saturday at 5:00pm
Monday all day Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament from 9:00am concluding with Benediction at 4:00pm
1000 Douglas Street, Sioux City, United States of America