Coronavirus Latest Update
In the light of the Prime Minister’s announcement on Monday evening that all places of worship should be closed with immediate effect, it is with the greatest regret and sadness that Bishop Marcus Stock has instructed all priests of the Diocese of Leeds to close their churches from midnight on Monday 23rd March 2020, and for them to remain closed until further notice.
This means that church CANNOT be opened even for private prayer.
Coronavirus Information, Tips and Prayers: information tips and prayers during coronavirus
From 25 March 2020, Holy Mass will be live-streamed EACH WEEKDAY at 10.30 am and on SUNDAYS at 11.00am
There will also be a live-stream of the Angelus at 12.00 Noon each weekday, followed by praying the Rosary. Details of other devotions are available via the Leeds Cathedral website and Cathedral Bulletin.
To participate online, please access the Leeds Cathedral Live YouTube channel http://www.leedscathedrallive.org.uk where the words of Prayers, Devotions and Orders of Service may be viewed, or downloaded from the Diocesan and Cathedral websites.
Catholic Care Community Response Service: community response service
Coronavirus arrangements: decree for special arrangements re covid 19 ms 18.02.20
Catholic Bishop’s Conference coronavirus response: 2020.03.18 public letter from the presidency cbcew
Supporting the faithful: supporting the faithful and each other in prayer
Leeds Cathedral Mass Live Stream (every Sunday at 11 am): www.leedscathedrallive.org.uk
Weekday and Holy Mass Times
As announced (see Newsletter page)
Sacrament of Reconciliation
Saturday 11:30 am (on request)
If you or a family member is admitted to hospital, please inform the staff on the ward that you are a Catholic and would like to see the Catholic Chaplain. All the local hospitals have designated Catholic Chaplains.
The Diocese of Leeds is a registered charity (No. 249404).