Celebrate Mass online
26 October 2020
Find a Mass near you
Although many churches remain open for prayer and public worship, 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.