Situated in Newcastle city centre the Cathedral is open every day for quiet prayer and reflection.
At the start of July we marked the 175th anniversary of the death of Fr James Worswick who was instrumental in the building of St Mary’s Cathedral. We acknowledge and are thankful for his life of service and faith.
WW1 COMMEMORATION - CAN YOU HELP?
As part of the Cathedral commemoration of the end of the First World War, we are looking for any photographs or documentation which will form part of a slideshow display. If you have any such material and would be happy for it to be photocopied and on public display we would love to hear from you. Your material would be carefully looked after and returned to you. If you are able to help please contact the Cathedral office.
There will be no 8.00am weekday Masses during the remainder of August. Masses at 12.05pm will take place as usual.
Although the Cathedral Choir is on holiday during August there will still be music, led by cantor and organ at the 10.00am and 11.30am Masses. The choir will also be leading the music on the Feast of the Dedication of the Cathedral at 12.05 on Tuesday 21 August.