Following the success of our initial Restoration Information Day, on Sunday 3 July we will hold a second Information Day, concerning the internal works to the cathedral, including re-ordering and redecoration. The team from Purcell’s Architects will be around after the 9:15 and 11am Masses to answer any questions you may have. Feedback forms will […]Read post
Welcome from the Dean
Welcome to Salford Cathedral. We hope that your visit to our website will introduce you to some of the many glories of this extraordinary cathedral church and the people who make it a truly vibrant parish community. Everyone is welcome to join us here at the cathedral and our hope is that all the faithful of the Diocese of Salford and visitors alike, will come to find the Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist to be a true spiritual home.
Fr Michael Jones
Dean of Salford Cathedral
Opening times & times of Holy mass
Monday – Sunday: 07.30 – 18:00
Monday – Friday: 08.00, 12:10 & 17:30
Saturday: 10.00 and 17.30 Vigil Mass
Sunday: 08:00, 09.15, 11:00 & 17.30
Holy Days of Obligation
17.30 (Vigil), 08.00, 10.00 (Term time only),
12.10 & 19.30
Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament
Monday – Friday: 11.30 – 12.00
Saturday: 10:30 – 11:30
Monday – Friday: 11.30 – 11.55
Saturday: 10.30 – 11.25 and 16.45 – 17.15
Donate to the Cathedral
Your support is invaluable to the maintenance of Salford Cathedral. If you would like to donate directly to the Cathedral Restoration Fund. If you would like to give your usual offertory donation or more, you can do so by clicking the donate button. Thank you for your generosity.
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We’re looking for volunteers to help with varied roles around the cathedral: Welcomers, Tour Guides, Hospitality Support and Gardeners. If you’re interested in joining our community and want to find out more, click the button below.
Keep up to date with the latest Cathedral news
This week we hosted Quarant’ore at our cathedral. The Blessed Sacrament was exposed throughout the week, and clergy and parishioners were present at every hour in reflection and adoration. Fr Ignatius explained what Quarant’ore means to him: “I am familiar with adoration programmes, but Quaran’tore is a novelty. That notwithstanding, Quaran’tore is an opportunity to […]Read post
This bank holiday weekend, millions across the Commonwealth joined in celebration of Queen Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee. UK streets erupted in displays of Union Jack bunting and hundreds of thousands watched the royal parade in London. Salford Cathedral joined in with the festivities, hosting a Platinum Jubilee Afternoon Tea in our Cathedral Cloister. We were […]Read post