Fr. Prasanna Mese
San Fernando Cathedral
Church - 115 W. Main Plaza
Parish Office - 231 W. Commerce
Louis Sanchez - Administrator -
(210) 227-1297 ext.129
Ruben Alvarado - Receptionist / Baptisms / Mass Intentions -
(210) 227-1297 ext.128
Veronica Alvarez - Wedding Coordinator -
(210) 227-1297 ext.131
Janie Vela-Cavasos - Admin. Assistant -
(210) 227-1297 ext.122
Lupita Mandujano- Religious Ed. -
(210) 227-1297 ext.133
Mary Garza - Bookkeeper -
(210) 227-1297 ext.130
Director of Music Ministries
Gift Shop Manager
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Information on The Venues at San Fernando.
Buy a BRICK as a GIFT, MEMORIAL, or other important and significant occasion. The Brick will be located in La Plaza
de La Cruz and will last forever.
Here is the order form which you can print out, fill out, and send to us with your payment.
Or you can purchase online with the link below.
San Fernando Cathedral was founded in 1731 and is the oldest, continuously functioning religious community in the State of Texas. The Cathedral building has the added distinction of being the oldest standing church building in Texas, and for all of its more than 281 years, has been serving the people of the Archdiocese and San Antonio. For almost 95 years, San Fernando served as the church for all of the religious denominations of San Antonio as the Catholic Church was the only recognized religion of the Spanish and Mexican governments prior to Texas' independence. San Fernando has become more than the geographic center; it has become an ecumenical, cultural, civic, and service center of San Antonio. San Fernando serves as a refuge for many of the poor in this area who come for help and trust their needs will be met. As the first church in the city, San Fernando has a rich history of responding to the people's needs in and around the church.Welcome to our site! SFC!
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Congratulations, Brother Marc! This past Saturday, November 14, 2015, at a Major Degree Exemplification Ceremony held at San Antonio’s St. Brigid’s Catholic Church, Marc Chavez earned his Second and Third Degrees and advanced to full knighthood in our Order. Seen in the accompanying photograph on the left is Worthy Chancellor of our Council Sir Knight Robert Ruiz Jr., who was present throughout the Exemplification to support Brother Marc, and on the right is Worthy Knight Marc Chavez. Well done, Marc!
Let us remember the elderly and the sick who in the summer months are often more alone and can be in difficulty.