St. Peter’s Cathedral and St. Peter’s Parish

First opening in 1910, St. Peter’s Cathedral with its unique and inspired architecture is one of the most important historic sites in the province. Its sixty-foot high twin towers and round sanctuary are just two of the building’s striking features. The Cathedral is home to paintings and frescos by the renowned artist Berthold Imhoff and to the 14 magnificent engraved Stations of the Cross, donated to the Cathedral by St. John’s Abbey of Collegeville, Minnesota. Newly restored paintings and stained glass make St. Peter’s Cathedral one of Muenster’s gems and a national and international attraction.

The Cathedral is home to St. Peter’s Parish, a Roman Catholic congregation of 160 families. The Parish extends a warm invitation to visitors and new residents to join in worship.  Visit the Parish Website for current updates, times and information: https://muenster.saskatooncatholic.ca/

Liturgy Schedule

Mass Times & Location available through the above website link.

For further information: Contact:

Parish Life Director & Covenant of Care Coordinator: Myrna at 306-231-9337
Email: mbritz@rcdos.ca

St. Peter’s Abbey

Just a short walk southeast of the village, historic St. Peter’s Abbey is home to the monks of the Order of St.  Benedict. The first Benedictine monastery in Canada, St. Peter’s Abbey and the monks have contributed to the physical, economic, social and spiritual growth of the region. With its origins stretching back over 100 years, the Abbey is has been home to a high school, farm, printing press, University college as well as its spiritual community. The Abbey welcomes guests for retreats and special events throughout the year and it proudly provides the ideal location for writers and artists from all over the world to gather in retreats and colonies. Rich in history and embracing progress, St. Peter’s Abbey remains a vibrant and important institution in the region. The Village of Muenster is proud to be “The Hub of St. Peter’s Colony”. To explore St. Peter’s Abbey, please follow the link to St. Peter’s Abbey website.

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