Foundation of Faith
Martina Young says that the new cathedral will be a foundation of faith for the entire diocese.
Jason Curtis, principal of Cardinal Gibbons High School in Raleigh, says that the new cathedral will play the important role of home for the young people of the diocese.
Uniting in Prayer
Bishop Burbidge requests faithful to pray for success of Cathedral Campaign as pledges top $40 million.
A Presence To Be Seen And Celebrated
Fr. JaVan Saxon tells of how the new cathedral will be a great physical and spiritual presence in Raleigh.
Continuing the Missionary Spirit
Diocesan Director of Worship Mr. Gerard Hall discusses the three distinct needs served by a Diocesan Cathedral.
The Need in Our Time
Fr. Scott McCue likens the Cathedral Campus campaign to the efforts of Fr. Thomas Price and his purchase of the Nazareth property.
Bishop Michael Burbidge invites parishioners to attend the campaign receptions. He says the receptions are “vibrant conversations” about the plans for the new cathedral.
Parish Leaders Tour the Future Cathedral Property Site
Block 2 Cathedral Campus project parish leaders take tour of Sacred Heart Cathedral and Nazareth property site, which will house the new Holy Name of Jesus Cathedral.
Martina Young, volunteer chair of the Bishop’s Annual Appeal Committee, says the new cathedral will allow us to become stronger witnesses to our faith.
Mr. Ron Doggett, a parishioner of St. Francis of Assisi, tells of how the new cathedral would be a needed response to all the welcomed growth that eastern North Carolina has been seeing.
A Place We Can Call Home
Duke Basketball Coach Mike Krzyzewski discusses the important role his Catholic faith plays in his personal and professional life and talks about importance of the Cathedral Campus project to Catholics in the Diocese of Raleigh.
A Fitting Theme
Carlos Lima, parish administrator at St. Thomas More Church in Chapel Hill, discusses how the campaign theme came about.
Passing on the Faith
Mr. Jason Curtis, Cardinal Gibbons High School Principal, discusses the important role the new Holy Name of Jesus Cathedral will play in passing on the faith to his children.
Update from Tim Breslin, Director of Development
Frank Morock interviews Tim Breslin, Director of Development, on the 40 parishes participating in the First Block of the Our Cathedral: One Faith, One People campaign in Raleigh, North Carolina.
Cathedral Campus Project Video
Our new Cathedral Campus will first of all be a powerful sign proclaiming our mission as a Church, to bring God’s Word and God’s love to the people of eastern North Carolina, especially the most vulnerable and those in most need.
Why Build a Cathedral in Raleigh?
Interview with Bishop Burbidge
Frank Morock, Director of Communications for the Diocese of Raleigh interviews Bishop Burbidge on the Cathedral Campaign.
Bishop Burbidge Announces Holy Name of Jesus Cathedral
“On September 7, 2011, with great joy I announced that our Diocese will build a new Cathedral Campus to accommodate its continued growth and help meet the needs of Catholics throughout eastern North Carolina. As the ‘Mother Church’ of the 96 parishes and missions which encompass our diverse, rapidly growing population in the Diocese of Raleigh, the Holy Name of Jesus Cathedral will stand as a testament to our love of God.”