List of Catholic cathedrals in the United States
The following is a list of the Catholic cathedrals in the United States. The Catholic Church in the United States comprises ecclesiastical territories called dioceses led by prelate bishops. Each bishop is assigned to a cathedral from which he is pastor to the people of his diocese. Some dioceses also have a co-cathedral or a pro-cathedral. This is a complete list of the 193 cathedrals of the Latin Church (Roman Rite) and the 20 cathedrals of the Eastern Catholic Churches in the United States.
|Cathedral||Diocese||Year to be dedicated||Ref|
|Christ Cathedral||Diocese of Orange||2018|||
|Holy Name of Jesus Cathedral||Diocese of Raleigh||2017|||
|Sacred Heart Cathedral||Diocese of Knoxville||2017|||
|Personal Ordinariate of the Chair of Saint Peter||Cathedral of Our Lady of Walsingham|
Eastern Catholic cathedrals
Ukrainian Greek Catholic cathedrals
The Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church in the United States is organized into a metropolia (or province) consisting of a metropolitan archeparchy and three suffragan eparchies.
|Philadelphia||Archeparchy of Philadelphia||Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception|
|Eparchy of Saint Nicholas of Chicago||St. Nicholas Cathedral|
|Eparchy of St. Josaphat of Parma||St. Josaphat Cathedral|
|Eparchy of Stamford||St. Vladimir's Cathedral|
Ruthenian Catholic cathedrals
The Ruthenian Catholic Church in the United States is organized into the sui iuris Province of Pittsburgh, consisting of a metropolitan archeparchy and three suffragan eparchies. The eparchies also serve the faithful of other Byzantine Rite Churches without established hierarchies in the United States, namely those of the Albanian, Belarusian, Bulgarian, Croatian, Greek, Hungarian, Italo-Albanian, Macedonian, Russian, and Slovakian Byzantine Catholic Churches.
|Pittsburgh||Archeparchy of Pittsburgh||St. John the Baptist Cathedral|
|Eparchy of Parma||Cathedral of St. John the Baptist|
|Eparchy of Passaic||Cathedral of St. Michael the Archangel|
|Eparchy of Phoenix||St. Stephen Cathedral
|Proto-Cathedral of St. Mary
(Sherman Oaks, California)
Eastern Catholic cathedrals with eparchies immediately subject to the Holy See
The following particular churches of various Eastern Rites are not suffragan to Metropolitan sees, but are instead exempt, i.e. immediately subject to the Holy See, while they remain part of their respective patriarchal, major archiepiscopal or other rite- & tradition-specific particular Churches.
- List of Catholic churches in the United States
- List of cathedrals in the United States
- List of basilicas#North American & Central American Basilicas
- Roman Catholic Marian churches
- Category:Roman Catholic churches in the United States (including sub-categories for shrines, cathedrals, and former churches) – churches are listed by state, territory, or D.C.
- List of Coptic Orthodox Churches in the United States
- List of the Catholic bishops of the United States
- List of the Catholic dioceses of the United States
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