Updated on 23 October 2020
Amendments to the public health regime governing the use of the Cathedral take effect from 23 October 2020. The number of people able to participate in the celebration of Mass in Sacred Heart Cathedral is now 110 persons. For more information, see the update from the Rector, Fr Andrew Doohan, by clicking HERE.
Christmas @ Sacred Heart
The celebration of Christmas 2020 will take on a few different characteristics because of the continuing presence of COVID-19 in the community. There remains a firm limit on the number of persons who will be able to be in the Cathedral for any of the Masses scheduled to celebrate Christmas this year. Regretfully, these limits will require that each of the scheduled Masses at the Cathedral will require a pre-registration, and only those who are registered will be able to enter the Cathedral.
Further details on how to register for one of the Christmas Masses in Sacred Heart Cathedral, a process that will be managed via Eventbrite, will be found below the schedule once it becomes available.
|Christmas Eve - 24 December||5 pm|
|10 pm||(Celebrated in Polish - no registration required)|
|Christmas Day - 25 December||Midnight|
|11:30 am||(Celebrated in Polish - no registration required)|
To register your wish to attend one of the Christmas Masses at Sacred Heart Cathedral, you must do so by either:
- Visiting the Eventbrite event page by clicking here, OR
- Contacting the Regional Office or the Rector (for details see here).
Registration will close on Wednesday 23 December 2020.
If spaces are not immediately available, you will be placed on a 'waitlist' in event that the NSW Government permits a greater number of persons in the Cathedral or someone who has previously registered becomes unable to attend.
Sunday, the Day of the Lord, is celebrated with Mass in Sacred Heart Cathedral as follows:
|11.30am||(Celebrated in Polish)|
|Friday||12.05pm||(Preceded by Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament from 11am, with Reconciliation also being available from 11am)|
|Saturday (not yet recommenced)||9.15am||(Preceded by the praying of the Rosary from 8.50am, and followed by the Novena to Our Lady of Perpetual Succour, with Reconciliation following until 11am)|