In times of trouble and uncertainty, it’s important we support each other – especially the elderly and vulnerable – and unite ourselves in prayer to our Lord.

Even though we’re moving out of lockdown, it remains likely, with the fast-moving situation with COVID-19, that significant numbers of people will remain isolated at home.

If we are unable to visit our churches for Mass and prayer – considering reduced capacities and social distancing provision – we should endeavour to keep a pattern of prayer and praise in our days.


Live Online Catholic Mass

Please use our searchable online directory to find a Catholic Church that is broadcasting Mass online.

Signed Mass

The parish of Our Lady and St Vincent in Potters Bar, Hertfordshire, is providing a Sign Interpreted Mass for its Sunday Vigil – 6pm every Saturday. You can watch here.

LIVE: National Shrine – Walsingham

The National Catholic Shrine to Our Lady at Walsingham has a full broadcast schedule – including Mass, Rosary, Vespers, Exposition, Mass in Latin and even some talks. Visit its Livestream area.


During this time, when we can’t attend Mass, the producers of the Magnificat have kindly provided complimentary access to its online version to help people follow the Mass and pray from home.

Spiritual Communion

For those occasions when we can't be in our churches, an act of Spiritual Communion can help us keep Christ at the centre of our lives as we worship and pray at home.

Alone Together

These online resources are offered to help people live through the coronavirus pandemic.

Pause for Faith

Join Fr Stephen Wang each day for some conversation, prayer, and reflection on the incredible treasures of the Christian faith.