Live streaming from Leeds Cathedral
Holy Mass on weekdays at 10.30am and on Sundays at 11.00am
Stations of the Cross at 12noon on Friday 4th April
To participate online, please access the following new YouTube channel: www.leedscathedrallive.org.uk and it may also be accessed by clicking on the above image of the Cathedral.
Please consider texting CHURCH LIVE to 70500 to contribute £5 to the Offertory of our Mother Church.
The Cathedral is closed until further notice following the announcement by the Prime Minister on Monday 23rd March 2020
Lenten Daily Prayers leaflet is available as a pdf under Latest News
The publishers of Magnificat have made it available online at: www.magnificat.com/free
The Bishop’s Pastoral Message on 4th Sunday of Lent
Bishop Marcus’ Pastoral Message is available under the News section.
The Cessation of Public Masses
For the full details of the Bishop’s Decree for Special Arrangements re COVID-19 please click on the following link:
A Welcome from the Dean of the Cathedral
Leeds Cathedral is one of the finest Catholic Cathedrals in England.
Dedicated to Saint Anne, the mother of Our Lady, the Cathedral is situated in the heart of Leeds city centre and contrasts with the surrounding new hotels and office blocks, The Light shopping centre, and the Victorian Town Hall.
The Cathedral is a place of silence and prayer which provides a refuge from the activity of one of Britain’s busiest cities. This atmosphere of peace has grown through the daily celebration of the Liturgy, and every afternoon there is silent Adoration before the Blessed Sacrament. This sense of God’s peaceful presence is the Cathedral’s chief glory.
I hope all visitors to Leeds will discover this great treasure of the Diocese and City of Leeds.
The Very Rev Canon Matthew Habron Cathedral Dean