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Cathedral of Blessed Sacrament

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Address
1017 11th St
Sacramento, CA 95814
USA
Phone
916-444-3071
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Pastor/Rector
Father Michael O'Reilly

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Sunday: 7:30 am

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About Cathedral of Blessed Sacrament - Sacramento, CA

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Cathedral of the Blessed Sacrament in Sacramento is a cathedral of the Roman Catholic Church in the United States. It is the mother church and seat of Jaime Soto, the ordinary bishop of the Diocese of Sacramento. The Cathedral is located downtown at the intersection of 11th and K Streets.
Currently, the cathedral is considered both a religious and civic landmark. It is the mother church of the diocese, which stretches from the southern edge of Sacramento County north to the Oregon border and serves approximately 1,000,000 Catholics. The diocese encompasses 102 churches in a 42,000 square mile region.[7] The Cathedral of the Blessed Sacrament is one of the largest cathedrals west of the Mississippi River.[3] Because of its size, it has sometimes been used as the site of final funeral Masses for former Governors of California, most recently that of Pat Brown in 1996.

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