IMPORTANT NOTICE: The Cathedral House & Clergy House telephone are currently down. We currently have a temporary number of 07493 108096, however, this phone number is for incoming and outgoing calls ONLY. Text and voicemail messages will NOT be responded to. For any enquiries, please kindly contact us at, including a contact number. Apologies for any inconvenience.


The Holy Mass is the “source and summit” of all we are and do as Catholics.  In the Mass we are fed by God’s living word and nourished by the Real Presence of His Son, Jesus Christ, in order that we can make the good news of His grace known to others. 

“Do not be afraid to give your time to Christ. Yes, let us open our time to Christ, that he may cast light upon it and give it direction. He is the One who knows the secret of time and the secret of eternity, and he gives us “his day” as an ever new gift of his love. The rediscovery of this day is a grace which we must implore, not only so that we may live the demands of faith to the full, but also so that we may respond concretely to the deepest human yearnings. Time given to Christ is never time lost, but is rather time gained, so that our relationships and indeed our whole life may become more profoundly human.”

St Pope John Paul II, Dies Domini 7

Sunday Mass Times

Saturday evening vigil Mass: 6.30 pm

Sunday Mass times:

8.00 am

9.30 am (with children’s liturgy)

11.30 am (with the Cathedral choir during school term time)

6.30 pm

OTHER Mass Times

Weekday Masses:

Monday – Friday at 9.15 am

Masses on Holy Days of Obligation:

On Holy Days of Obligation Masses are celebrated at the Cathedral at 9:15 am & 1:10 pm on the day & 7:30 pm the evening before (Vigil Mass)


Saturday 10.00 – 11.00 am or by appointment