Welcome to The Cathedral Parish


St. Patrick Church

St. Augustine Cathedral Church

The Cathedral Parish of Bridgeport is a family of St. Patrick's Church and St. Augustine Cathedral Church.


St. Patrick was formed in 1889 and St. Augustine was formed in 1842, coming together as The Cathedral Parish on January 15, 2012. 

Our mission is to open our doors and welcome all to become a part of our parish community through worship, spiritual support and outreach; to find, to know, and to love Christ and our neighbor.



Mass Schedule/Horario de Misas 


Saturday:       4:00 p.m.       St Patrick (Vigil)

Sunday:         7:00 a.m.       St. Augustine

                       8:00 a.m.       St. Patrick

                       9:30 a.m.       St. Augustine

                       11:00 a.m.      St. Augustine (Spanish)

                       12:30 p.m.     St. Patrick

                       2:30 p.m.       St. Augustine (Vietnamese)

                       5:30 p.m.       St. Augustine


Daily Mass:   7:00 a.m.       St. Patrick

                       12:10 p.m.      St. Augustine

(Saturday)     8:00 a.m.       St Augustine



Monday-Friday        11:30 a.m.-12:00 noon        St. Augustine

Saturday:                   3:00-3:50 p.m.                     St. Patrick

Sunday:                     5:00-5:20 p.m.                      St. Augustine


Ministry to the Sick and Homebound

Our Ministry to the sick and homebound makes God's love and the Church's care present to those who suffer the effects of illness, disability or the aging process through prayers, sacrament and pastoral presence. Read more

Prayer Line

Please Call 203.335.0106 and leave a message which will be relayed to our prayer line team or fill out the online prayer request form Read more


The Cathedral Parish Office

170 Thompson Street-Bridgeport, CT 06604

Telephone:  (203) 368-6777/ (203) 335-0106

Fax: (203) 368-6386


St. Augustine Cathedral Church: 399 Washington Avenue-Bridgeport CT 06604

St. Patrick Church: 851 north Avenue-Bridgeport CT 06606









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Note from Fr. Ringley

I have received many e-mails, letters, visits to my office, phone calls, and comments after Mass, regarding the new Mass schedule. I have appreciated the ongoing dialogue and your commitment to your individual parishes. I would ask you to afford that same commitment to The Cathedral Parish. The time has come to make a decision and move forward. We have much to do. I am satisfied and confident that the new Mass schedule will allow us to begin to implement our pastoral objectives. Those are foremost. This decision has involved many considerations about not only our present situation, but our future as well. I remind you that our primary concern is pastoral. The new schedule will make it possible for both Fr. Sean and me to be at all Masses on the weekend to offer Confessions at the beginning of Mass, distribute Communion, and greet people at the end of Mass. The shepherds need to see and feed their sheep. From a practical perspective the schedule permits that all of the Masses may be offered at either of the churches without changing the times of the Mass. When the bishop has activities at the Cathedral the Masses that are displaced will only change place, not time. Additionally, the new schedule will require only one organist. We can now begin the process of finding a new music director who can attend to the musical needs of the entire parish.

Father F. John Ringley