Sunday 29th November (First Sunday of Advent) at 10.00am (Intention: The People of the Parish)

Click below for the Mass readings:

Monday 30th Nov (Feast of St Andrew, apostle) at 9.30am (Intention: November Dead List)

Tuesday 1st Dec (Advent Feria) at 9.30am (Intention: Deceased – Arbuckle family)

Wednesday 2nd Dec (Advent Feria) at 9.30am (Intention: Mgr Raymond Charlton – YB)

Thursday 3rd Dec (Memoria of St Francis Xavier) at 9.30am* (Intention: November Dead List)

Saturday 5th Dec (Advent Feria) at 9.30am

Sunday 6th Dec (Second Sunday of Advent) at 9.30am* (Intention: Ron Turpin – LD) & 11.00am* (Intention: The People of the Parish)

* You are able to attend these Masses marked with an asterisk, but for the Sunday Masses you must book a place in order to comply with the space restrictions in our church and the government’s NHS Test & Trace service for all assemblies. To book a place please email or phone 0113 257 0803 & leave a message if necessary.

You do not need to book a place for the Mass on Thursday, but please do write your name and phone number on a piece of paper and leave it with the steward when you enter the church porch.

Everyone in our church must wear a facemask at all times, unless you are exempted.

Please also scan our QR code as you enter the church for the NHS COVID-19 APP.

You can follow the Mass texts and Readings at Daily Mass at Universalis, which also has the full daily prayer of the Divine Office, and much more: click here.

All our live-streamed Masses can be viewed for up to a week afterwards on our YouTube channel:

Mass will be live-streamed each day from Leeds Cathedral on the Leeds Cathedral Live YouTube channel . Please also visit the  Cathedral website for details of Mass times and other news.




For live-streams from other parishes in our diocese click here



You can follow liturgies from the Vatican with English commentary by clicking here, or by visiting the official You Tube page.



Our National Shrine at Walsingham is also live-streaming daily Mass and devotions – click here or visit their You Tube page.




Here below are some links to very many other Catholic churches that regularly live-stream their Masses: