Christ the King Saturday at: 6.00 p.m. (Vigil Mass) Sunday at (niedziele w): 9.30 a.m. (Msza święta w polskim)
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.
Click on the links below to read more about the latest events happening at the Cathedral.
In the season of Lent we are preparing ourselves for the celebration of the Passion, Death, Resurrection and Ascension of Jesus Christ. We are especially encouraged to pay more attention to how we pray, to do penance (especially fasting), and to do works of charity so that we can learn to better love God and our neighbour. Discover here reflections and other materials to help you prepare this Lent.
Bishop invites all to be “super-spreaders of the Gospel” and not of the virus.
The Bishop of Plymouth, Bishop Mark O’Toole, in a Homily at Plymouth Cathedral on Sunday, 14th February, invited all to be ‘super-spreaders of the Gospel’, not of the virus.
Reflecting on his experience of having just received the vaccine, Bishop Mark indicated that he had been invited to receive it by Devon County Council. They had contacted him because he is regarded as a potential ‘super-spreader’ of the virus, given his role working in the community, and ministering to communities across the South West.
The Cathedral School of St Mary & St. Joseph's School will once again be running First Holy Communion classes for any child wishing to receive the Sacrament in 2021. For full details, please follow the links 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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