Mass for the Sick and their Families, NHS Front-Line workers and those working in Social
The Catholic Bishops of England and Wales recognise that this time of the COVID-19 pandemic is affecting every person in our countries. Those who are sick, and their families, are suffering many hardships of isolation from contact with those they love.
Our front-line workers in hospitals and in care homes all over our lands are giving exceptional service to those who are vulnerable at this time.
In order to show a spiritual solidarity with all those who are involved in the ways
described above, each week from next Thursday, a Catholic Bishop will celebrate Mass in their Cathedral which will be live-streamed for people to join. This will take place every Thursday at 7.00pm
23rd April Cardinal Vincent Nichols Westminster Cathedral
30th April Bishop Richard Moth Arundel Cathedral
7th May Bishop Marcus Stock Leeds Cathedral
14th May Bishop Robert Byrne CO Newcastle Cathedral
21st May Bishop Mark Davies Shrewsbury Cathedral
28th May Bishop Terence Drainey Middlesbrough Cathedral
Bishop Patrick McKinney
St Barnabas Cathedral, Nottingham
Bishop Patrick McKinney’s YouTube channel
Archbishop Bernard Longley
St Chad’s Cathedral, Birmingham
St Chad’s on MCN Media
Bishop Alan Hopes
Cathedral of St John the Baptist, Norwich
Archbishop John Wilson
St George’s Cathedral, Southwark
Bishop Tom Williams
Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ the King, Liverpool
By visiting the Cathedral webpage, or the Bishops’ Conference Webpage (cbcew.org.uk) links for the live-streaming of these Masses can be found.