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SUNDAY OBLIGATION

Following the recent plenary meeting of the bishops of England and Wales in Cardiff, all Catholics are invited to return to Mass at Pentecost (5th June).


The invitation states that “the reasons which have prevented Catholics from attending Mass on Sundays and Holy Days of Obligation no longer apply and that “Virtual viewing of Mass online does not fulfil the Sunday Obligation”.


It has always been the understanding of the Church that when the freedom of any Catholic to attend Mass in person is impeded, because of situations such as ill health, care for the sick or legitimate fear, this is not a breach of the Sunday Obligation.

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