Transportation & Parking

You will select your transportation or parking option on your registration form. We recommend reviewing the options below before beginning the registration process.

PLEASE NOTE: We are providing limited busing between the Cathedral and the Capitol in the middle of the day for those who cannot partake in the Eucharistic procession. At 4:20 pm, when everything is completed at the Capitol, buses will pick people up from the Capitol, along Martin Luther King Blvd (south and east of the Capitol). All buses will be marked with signs in their windows noting the location to which they are returning.

You will either:

  1. Board your diocesan bus and head back to your diocese directly from the Capitol
  2. Board your park-and-ride bus (Archdiocesan buses) and head back to your park-and-ride location directly from the Capitol
  3. Board a bus headed back to the Cathedral (if you parked your car at or near the Cathedral)

Outstate Diocesan-Sponsored Transportation (Free):

We are working with dioceses to create diocesan-sponsored busing opportunities from Greater Minnesota. A diocese may have buses coming from multiple locations within the diocese, but if a location does not have a sufficient number of riders, that bus is subject to cancellation. No refunds will be given, as there will still be diocesan-sponsored busing from each diocese.

After you have registered, your diocesan liaison will be in touch with those who registered for the diocesan-sponsored transportation option. Times and locations for each diocese are listed below as we receive the details. Your diocesan liaison will provide you with any updates.


Archdiocese Park-and-Ride Locations (Free):

For those who live in the Archdiocese (or in an outstate diocese near a park-and-ride location), you may want to consider one of the park-and-ride options instead of driving to St. Paul to find parking. After you register, you will receive a follow-up email with details on the time and location of departure. A bus from each location will bring you to the Cathedral of St. Paul.