Masses and Prayer Resources online

  • Jo Siedlecka

On 20 March 2020, the last public Holy Masses were celebrated across the UK, Ireland and many other countries around the world - to protect people from the Coronavirus. Many people are self-isolating at home or in quarantine. But Masses will continue to be offered at every church, privately. And many churches are live-streaming the Mass on-line. Here is an initial list of Masses. Scroll down to read a list of prayer resource sites. This is a work in progress. If there is more information you'd like included - please send it to: [email protected]

The following sites list church websites all over the UK and abroad - mainly in English:

On-line directory of Masses in England and Wales by postcode -

Catholic Masses online - with a calendar to see available Masses live online:

Church Services TV - streams parish services online:

Everyday Christian Marketing - designs and hosts many church websites:

Heavens Road Catholic online radio - prayers, reflections, Masses from 15 churches in England and Ireland:

Westminster Diocese Deaf Service - lists signed Masses and prayer events for people who are deaf

(See also: Mass in sign language every Sunday at 11.30am, live streamed. To log on go to and open live streaming. Diocese of Salford)

More details of Masses and prayers

Here is an initial list of live-streamed Masses and prayers readers have sent in: we will update this as we receive more information ...


Arundel and Brighton

Arundel Cathedral - See all services streamed here:


Bristol Cathedral -

East Anglia


Our Lady & St Peter's Catholic Church -
Sunday Mass:
Stream starts 9.40am Morning prayer 9.45am Mass 10am
Recordings will be available afterwards


All streamed services throughout the Diocese:



6pm Farm Street Church, Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament 12.30-1pm; Mass 6pm.

10am Brazilian Chaplaincy -

7.45 am St Monica, Palmers Green -

Saturday vigil Mass 6pm, Sunday 10.30 am, Holy Apostles, Pimlico -

11am Our Lady and St Vincent, Potters Bar -

Saturday 6pm vigil Sunday 10am St Teresa of the Child Jesus, Borehamwood -

Saturday 6.30 vigil Sunday 10am Our Lady of Lourdes, New Southgate -

9am St Joseph & English Martyrs, Bishops Stortford -

Sunday 10.30am St James Spanish Place -

Sunday 11am St Mary's, Hampstead -

Sunday 12noon St Anselm & St Cecilia, Lincolns Inn Fields -

Sunday 12noon Redemptorists -


6pm Farm Street Church, Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament 12'30-1pm; Mass 6pm.

9.30am St Monica, Palmers Green -

10am Our Lady and St Vincent, Potters Bar -

9.15 am Morning Prayer 9.30 am, Mass, 6pm Evening Prayer - Holy Apostles, Pimlico -

7am St Thomas More, Swiss Cottage -

9.15am St Teresa of the Child Jesus, Borehamwood -

9.30am St Monica's, Palmers Green -

10am Our Lady of Lourdes, New Southgate -

12.30 and 6pm St Anselm & St Cecilia, Lincolns Inn Fields -


10am St Thomas More, Swiss Cottage -

10am Our Lady of Lourdes, New Southgate -


Mass by Phone:

Driffield: Our Lady and St Edward's -

Hull: Our Lady of Lourdes and St Peter Chanel -

Ingleby Barwick: St Thérèse of Lisieux -

Middlesbrough: St Mary's Cathedral -

St Gabriel's -
Holy Name of Mary -

Redcar: Blessed Nicholas Postgate -

Scarborough: St Peter's, St Joseph, St Edward the Confessor -

York: St Wilfrid's, English Martyrs, Our Lady's


St John's Cathedral:

St George's: Evening Prayer with Fr Sean Connolly 6pm every day or listen to them later at: or at


St Patrick's Livesey - Live-streamed Mass in sign language every Sunday at 11.30am
To log on go to and open live streaming.


Diocese of Shrewsbury:

Shrewsbury Cathedral -


The Archdiocese of Southwark now has almost 50 parishes streaming or recording Masses and other services



Nationwide: Some parish churches and cathedrals livestream Mass and other liturgies on webcams which can accessed on the homepage of

See also:


Passionist parish of Mount Argus -

Knock Shrine:


For a list of online Masses and services in New Zealand see:


Argyle - Craig Lodge -

Ayr - St Margaret's Cathedral-

Falkirk - St Francis Xavier's -

Glasgow - St Andrews Cathedral -

Uddington - St John the Baptist -

SINGAPORE - Roman Catholic Diocese of Singapore online.

The Youtube site online Masses for adults and children. See:


Archdiocese of Chicago -

Los Angeles: Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels -

New York: St Patrick's Cathedral -


Daily Masses from Casa Santa Marta and Sunday Angelus -


The Shrine of Our Lady of Walsingham -

Lourdes -

Knock -

Shrine of St Jude -


Universalis -

Taize Community evening prayer (7.30GMT):

Pray as You Go - Daily Ignatian inspiration, Jesuit prayer with audio and music:

Sacred Space - daily prayers and reflections online:

St Paul's Cathedral - daily reflections:

Catholic Bishops Conference of England and Wales: - Guidelines, prayer and worship

Irish Catholic Bishops: - Resources for use during the pandemic

Australian Catholic Bishops Conference - Includes news, prayers and details of Mass times across Australia

United States Conference of Catholic Bishops - Resources for Catholics at home during Covid189

Pope's Homilies and Prayers online -

Children's Liturgy Live! -

The God Who Speaks:

Pause for Faith: Catholic life, conversations and prayer with Fr Stephen Wang -

Alone Together - resources for those living in social isolation:

Evening Prayer from Taize 8.30pm:

Video of Fr Denis McBride CSsR's: Stations of the Cross - Then and Now:

Minster Abbey - The Sisters are now also live-streaming the Midday Office each day, starting at 12.20pm. See:

Jo Boyce CJM Music Facebook Reflections -

Craig Lodge -

REMEMBER ME - Online Book of Condolence and Prayers for Those in the UK Who Have DIed of Covid-19 -

NOTE: Masses and Prayer Resources online can also be found on ICN in the green box on the right hand of the Home Page.

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