Mass Times

Mass timesPlease see Schedule or Newsletter for Live Streaming of Masses during COVID 19

Mass Times (It is always good to check on the weekly newsletter or homepage of the website for weekly changes to this routine)

Masses of Sunday:
Saturday          12 noon and 2pm (live streamed and Cathedral open)
Sunday            10am and 12noon Mass [Organ and Cantor] (live streamed and Cathedral open)
Monday           12.15pm (live stream only; Cathedral Closed)
Tuesday           12.15pm (live stream and Cathedral open)
Wednesday     12.15pm (live stream and Cathedral open)
Thursday         9.30am School Mass (live stream only; Cathedral Closed); 12.15pm (live stream and Cathedral open)
Friday:             12.15 pm followed by Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament until 5pm (live stream only; Cathedral closed)
Saturday:         10.00 am (live stream only; Cathedral Closed)

The Cathedral will generally be open half an hour before each Mass and will close soon after the Mass for cleaning.

We encourage each person to consider coming to Mass on any day of the week that the Cathedral is open. Sunday Obligation is currently suspended. So if you are able to come to Mass on a weekday rather than at the weekend, it gives everybody a better chance of attending Mass in person if they wish, with our present reduced seating capacity.

Holydays of Obligation

7.45am 12.15 pm and 6.00 pm

Bank Holidays

10.00 am

Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament

Friday afternoons from 1 pm to 5 pm (following on from the 12.15 pm Mass)

Confessions (depending on cathedral events)

The Sacrament of Reconciliation is not available at the present time due to the constraints placed upon us by the Coronavirus.

Chapter Masses

His Grace the Archbishop officiates in the Cathedral at Chapter Masses; usually the first Tuesday of the month, on the Feast of St Chad (2nd March), Palm Sunday, Holy Week and Easter Vigil, Easter Monday, Christ the King, the Feast of the Immaculate Conception (8 Dec.) and Midnight Mass at Christmas.

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