Celebrate Mass online
22 July 2020
Find a Mass near you
As churches start to reopen, many parishes continue to live stream Mass for those who are not able to attend in person.
Arundel & Brighton: There are a growing number of churches live streaming Mass.
Birmingham: There is a live stream from the Cathedral as well as other churches around the diocese.
Brentwood: Live streaming from parishes around the diocese.
Cardiff: Live stream available from St David's Cathedral, as well as other parishes.
Clifton: Daily Mass is streamed from the Cathedral at 9.30am.
Hallam: St Marie's Cathedral, Sheffield is streaming daily Mass.
Hexham & Newcastle: Live streams from facebook or YouTube from parishes across the diocese.
Lancaster: Daily Mass is available from Our Lady of Furness, Barrow.
Leeds: Mass is live streamed from the Cathedral daily as well as being available from other parishes across the diocese.
Liverpool: Information about Sunday Masses which are available as live streams.
Menevia: Has a list of parishes where Mass is available online.
Middlesbrough: Live stream available from St Mary's Cathedral, as well as other parishes.
Northampton: The Cathedral is offering a live streaming service.
Nottingham: The Diocesan homepage has a link to the parishes live streaming Mass.
Plymouth: Daily live stream on YouTube.
Portsmouth: Bishop Philip is live streaming from his private chapel. There are also Masses being live streamed from the Cathedral.
Salford: Live streaming available from parishes across the diocese.
Shrewsbury: Live stream from the Cathedral as well as St Anthony's, Wythenshawe.
Southwark: Live stream available from various parishes across the archdiocese.
Westminster: A number of churches are live streamed and can be visited online at any time.
Wrexham: Follow the Diocesan social media channels to live stream Masses and other services.