The Cathedral opened for public Celebration of the Mass from Saturday 4th July.
The Dean of St John the Baptist Cathedral in Norwich, Canon David Paul, warmly welcomed the return in the first public Mass held at the cathedral for nearly three months, on Saturday morning (July 4).
The Metropolitan Archbishops of the Catholic Church in England have issued a statement regarding the resumption of collective worship in England from July 4.
Dear Brothers and sisters in Christ,
Grace to you and peace from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ.
Last week we heard the announcement that from July 4, places […]
From Saturday 4th July, the normal celebration of Mass in public at the Cathedral will re-commence, and we will be open all day as usual.
To begin with, to ensure that everybody is kept safe, there are a number of things we need to do:
Social distancing: each space on a […]
When the coronavirus pandemic lockdown restrictions came into force across East Anglia, closing churches overnight, the Catholic Diocese of East Anglia only had two churches across its 51 parishes with the capacity to live-stream Masses.
Even the flagship St John’s Cathedral in Norwich had no means to broadcast its Masses to thousands of parishioners at a […]