St Mary's Cathedral
Wrexham
Picture of the Cathedral Church

The Cathedral Church of
Our Lady of Sorrows,
Wrexham


Welcome to the website of St Mary's Cathedral, Wrexham, the Cathedral Church of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Wrexham.
The Parish is based in Wrexham, and includes Holy Family Church, Coedpoeth.

Sunday Mass Times

Cathedral

  • 9.00 am
  • 10.30 am
  • 7.00 pm

Holy Family Church, Coedpoeth

  • 9.00 am

For weekday masses, and confesion times, please see the newsletter

Mass Streaming

Many of the Public Masses are now being streamed. Please see our Facebook page for details.

Registering for Holy Mass at the Cathedral


In order to maintain social distancing, and in line with Welsh Government Guidelines introduced on 26th December 2021, numbers will be limited for Holy Mass. If you wish to attend Mass at the Cathedral, please register using the links below, or by telephoning, emailing, or calling in to the Parish office.

There is now also mass at 9.00 am on Sunday, as well as at 10.30 am, and 7.00pm

Synod 2021-2023

The Diocese has produced a consultation document, in prparation for the Synod of Bishops, which can be read here. Brief notes from a talk explaining the Synod, and the Diocese's consultation can be found here.

Od października 2021 msze św. w j. polskim będą sprawowane w kościele św. Anny, Prince Charles Rd. Wrexham LL13 8TH. Również kancelaria w j. polskim będzie od października w parafii św. Anny.

Przepraszamy za wszelkie niedogodności.

From October 2021 there are no longer Sunday Masses in Polish at the Cathedral. Mass in Polish will be celebrated at St. Anne's Church, Prince Charles Rd. Wrexham LL13 8TH. Also, office in polish will be at St. Anne's parish.

Sorry for any inconvenience.

Please note that it is still a requirment to wear a face covering when attending mass, and to use hand sanitiser on arrival and leaving

Quaterly Financial Update

The most recent summary of the Parish's income and expenditure is available here (link).

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Honouring Sunday

The Bishops of England and Wales have issued a statement about the importance of Honouring Sunday, which can be read here.

A leaflet is also available to read here.