Dear Parishioners,

During these difficult times as we make sacrifices to stem the spread of Covid-19 we write this message to you to let you know of the arrangements we have put in place to keep in contact with one another.

Mass will be live streamed from The Cathedral at 10:15am  Monday to Saturday and at 11:30am on Sundays. It can be accessed through this webpage.

Daily Mass is also broadcast from many churches around the diocese. This link will lead you to a list of  these webcams https://corkandross.org/diocesan/list-of-churches-with-webcams-to-watch-and-listen-to-daily-mass/Also for people without internet access RTE will air Mass every weekday at 10:30 am from St Eunan’s and Columba’s Cathedral, Letterkenny on RTE news now. The broadcasts will continue until at least 29th March.

We will  use this webpage to update our parishioners on any news from the parish.  We have a Facebook page named – Cork Cathedral, Cathedral of St Mary and St Anne.

The priests of the parish continue to be  available to you. If you need to contact the priest on duty, he can be contacted on this number 0872381187.

If you need to contact the parish office here in the Cathedral  you please call this number 0870649577  between 11:00am and 2:00pm on Monday to Friday or leave a message.

If you would like to remember the anniversary of a loved one please email blackpoolparish.com with the details.

If you want to read our newsletter  click on https://www.corkcathedral.ie/newsletters/

Church buildings will remain closed until Easter Sunday, April 12th.

The Diocese of Cork and Ross has a very comprehensive website which shares a lot of information from around the diocese and can be reached at  https://corkandross.org/

This is a summary of provisions made in the  diocese for Covid-19 http://corkandross.org/covid19-and-our-diocese/

We will  use this webpage to update our parishioners on any news from the parish.  We have a Facebook page named – Cork Cathedral, Cathedral of St Mary and St Anne.

Please consider printing this page for anyone who doesn’t have access to the internet.

May God Bless and Protect you always,

Fr John and Fr Damian