“The sacrifice of the Mass is the sacrifice of Calvary, re-presenting it in the life of the Church in every time and place, from the rising to the setting of the sun.” (Feingold¹)

When you view these celebrations, whether separated by distance or time, you participate in the celebration. Do that fully — stand; sit; kneel; say the prayers; sing the responses; listen to the readings and the homily; make a spiritual communion.

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Although viewing the sacrifice of the Mass online cannot satisfy the Obligation for Sundays or Holy Days, we stream celebrations to provide comfort for those who are not able to attend. You can ask local clergy to arrange to visit you in order to receive the sacraments at home, if that is necessary.

Streaming is currently via Facebook Live, including from Christ the King Church even though broadband is not available. We have a YouTube channel and were livestreaming on that platform from Our Lady of Ransom Church during the strictest lockdown period. We make Divine Worship services which were streamed live available together here once the stream is complete. All live streaming is subject to availability: plans can change at short notice or we might experience technical difficulties.

Most Sunday Masses have service leaflets. You can also find these in our collection of pew sheets.

Eastertide 2022 (from 28 April)

Shrovetide and Lent 2022 (from 13 February)

Weeks after Advent Sunday (28 November) and Christmas 2021/Epiphany 2022

Weeks after Trinity XVIII (3 October 2021)

Weeks after Trinity VII (18 July 2021)

Weeks after Trinity Sunday (30 May 2021)

Weeks after Easter (4 April 2021)

Weeks after Ash Wednesday (17 February 2021)

Weeks after the Epiphany (6 January 2021)

Weeks after Advent Sunday (29 November) and Christmas 2020

Weeks after 1 October 2020

Weeks after 1 August 2020

Weeks after 4 July 2020

SS Peter & Paul and week of Trinity III (28 June 2020)


  • Streamed from Our Lady of Ransom Church.

Trinity II and the following week (21 June 2020)


  • Streamed from Our Lady of Ransom Church.

Corpus Christi and week of Trinity I (14 June 2020)


  • Streamed from Our Lady of Ransom Church.

Trinity Sunday and the following week (7 June 2020)


  • Streamed from Our Lady of Ransom Church.

Pentecost and its Octave (31 May 2020)


  • Streamed from Our Lady of Ransom Church.

Seventh Sunday and Week of Easter (24 May 2020)


  • Streamed from Our Lady of Ransom Church.

Sixth Sunday and Week of Easter (17 May 2020)


  • Streamed from Our Lady of Ransom Church.

Fifth Sunday and Week of Easter (10 May 2020)


  • Streamed from Our Lady of Ransom Church

Fourth Sunday and Week of Easter (3 May 2020)


  • Streamed from Our Lady of Ransom Church

Third Sunday and Week of Easter (26 April 2020)


  • Streamed from Our Lady of Ransom Church.

Second Sunday and Week of Easter (19 April 2020)


  • Streamed from Our Lady of Ransom Church.

Easter Sunday and Easter Week (12 April 2020)


  • Streamed from Our Lady of Ransom Church.

Palm Sunday and Holy Week (5 April 2020)


  • Monday in Holy Week

  • Good Friday

The liturgy on Good Friday was filmed on mobile phone over 4g and originally streamed on Facebook. This video features the Reproaches by Tomás Luis de Victoria (in English translation) recorded for OCP by Kevin Walsh, Angela Westhoff-Johnson and David Vanderwal.

Fifth Sunday and Week in Lent (29 March 2020)


  • Streamed from the presbytery

Fourth Sunday and Week in Lent (22 March 2020)


  • Recorded at S Agnes’ Church.

¹ Lawrence Feingold: The Eucharist: Mystery of Presence, Sacrifice, and Communion pub. Emmaus Academic, Steubenville, Ohio: 2018