Christ the King Saturday at: 5:30 p.m. (Vigil Mass) Sunday 12:30 p.m
The Cathedral Sunday at: 8.00 a.m. 10.00 a.m. 6.00 p.m.
St Joseph's Sunday at: 11.30 a.m.
The Cathedral is a place central to the heart of the Diocese of Plymouth, covering the counties of Cornwall, Devon & Dorset. We have a beautiful Hanson building dating back to the 1850s which hosts all major liturgical ceremonies and civic events.
Bishop Mark O’Toole, the 9th Bishop of Plymouth, resides at Cathedral House.
The Dean, Canon Mark O’Keeffe, is assisted by Father Oscar Ardila, the Cathedral Priest, and Deacon Albert Lawes. Also resident at Cathedral House on a Mission Year is Andrea Martignon, a seminarian of the Diocese of Florence.
CATHOLIC BISHOPS’ CONFERENCE OF ENGLAND AND WALES
Statement from the Catholic Bishops of England and Covid-19 Route Map: Step 4 Guidance
Sunday – it is our Day On 19th July, the current legislative powers which assist the mitigations against the covid-19 virus transmission will be rescinded by HM Government. Nevertheless, there will be an encouragement to personal and corporate responsibility in this area; as the Prime Minister said in his most recent statement “The pandemic is not over.” Even without this legislation in place, the Church in England and Wales will be adopting a cautious approach to capacity and activity within our buildings, especially at corporate acts of worship.
Please read statement and see the Step 4 guidance in full
Ordination of Rev. Albert Lawes to the Sacred Priesthood.
Congratulations to Father Albert Lawes who was ordained by Bishop Mark O'Toole - Bishop of Plymouth-, at Plymouth Cathedral on Friday 25th June. Although he could not invite everybody due to the Covid Pandemic he was surrounded by members of his family and priests of the diocese who witnessed a joyeous occasion. All our prayers and best wishes go to Father Albert as he starts his life in the priesthood.
2021 - Year of St. Joseph
In his Apostolic Letter Patris Corde meaning 'With a Father's Heart', Pope Francis has declared that the year 2021 is dedicated to St. Joseph. This is to celebrate the 150th Anniversary of St. Joseph being declared Patron Saint of the Universal Church. The Pope encourages us to deepen our knowledge and devotion of this important saint, especially in this time of pandemic when, like St. Joseph, many are hidden workers doing important and essential tasks.
Please join us online as we pray a novena to St. Joseph, for the nneds of the Church and the world. CLick the link below to follow the novena with us.
Or. to discover more about the Year of St. Joseph, as well as prayers, reflections, and any events related to the Year of St. Joseph at Plymouth Cathedral, click the link below.
Follow the readings for Mass, as well as the daily prayers of the Church using Universalis by clicking the link below.
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