Cathedral of the Sacred Heart
Saint Casimir Parish
Do you have a group who would like to tour Cathedral or St. Casimir? Please contact the parish office at (507) 452-4770 or firstname.lastname@example.org at least two weeks prior to your visit to arrange a time.
Sacramental Records Policy
We are happy to assist you with your records needs be it for sacramental needs or genealogical searches. All records in the Catholic Church are kept with the church of Baptism. Our parish staff will fit in your request when possible. At this time we do not have a computer database of records prior to 2007 so all searches must be done by looking through each record individually. Searches may take up to 2 weeks.
If you are looking for your records for a sacrament, please contact the parish office at (507) 452-4770 or email@example.com with your name, date of birth, and what you need the record for.
Due to privacy regulations and record deterioration we do not allow anyone to see the original books or records. We are not allowed to photocopy the original record.
- Records We Have Due to various circumstances, our early records are limited. In your request, you will need to specify the parish and type of record you are looking for. If you are unsure which parish you are looking for, try reading through the history above.
- St. Thomas (1870-1951)
First Communion 1931-1952
- St. Joseph (1862-1952)
First Communion 1886-1952
- St. Casimir (1901- Today)
First Communion 1902-Today
Records for Casimir Parishioners prior to 1901 will probably be at St. Stanislaus Kostka.
- Cathedral of the Sacred Heart (1951-Today)
First Communion 1952-Today
Records for Cathedral parishioners prior to 1952 will probably be under St. Thomas or St. Joseph.