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Arundel Cathedral – Revised2024-07-12T21:07:16+01:00

Mass Times

Starting on the weekend of 11-12 May 2024 the new dean of Arundel Cathedral will also have pastoral care of the parish of Our Lady of England, Storrington. There will be new Sunday Mass times:

Vigil Mass – Sat 5.00 pm at the Cathedral
Sunday 9.00 am at Our Lady of England, Storrington
Sunday 10.45 am at the Cathedral

NEW WEEKDAY MASS SCHEDULE

See Newsletter for weekly variations

Monday – 10 am – Arundel

Tuesday – 10 am – Storrington

Wednesday – 8.30 am – Crossbush 

Thursday – 10 am – Storrington followed by Adoration until 11.30, and Confessions as long as required

Friday – 10 am Arundel preceded by Adoration from 9.15am followed by Rosary and Cathedral cleaning

Saturday – 10 am Arundel followed by Adoration and Confessions until 11.00am

Holy Days of Obligation:

10.00 am Arundel

7.30 pm Storrington

For more information, click here.

Confessions

Saturday – 10.30 to 11.00 am

Opening Times for Private Prayer and Visits

Sunday – 12.30 pm to 4.00 pm
Monday to Saturday – 10.30 am to 4.00 pm

Welcome to the website for Arundel Cathedral – the Cathedral Church for the Catholic Diocese of Arundel and Brighton!

Built astride a hill the Cathedral sits majestically, overlooking the ancient town of Arundel and stands out as an inspiring landmark in West Sussex. Henry, 15th Duke of Norfolk, Earl Marshal, was responsible for the commissioning of the present building in December 1868. The architect was Joseph Hansom, known principally for invention of the Hansom Cab, who had designed a variety of Catholic churches, convents and other buildings.

Construction began in late 1869 in French Gothic style and was opened on 1 July 1873. Originally the church was dedicated to the sixteenth century Italian priest, St. Philip Neri (1515-1595). St. Philip’s was seen to be a parish church for the Catholic community of Arundel and the surrounding villages in the Diocese of Southwark. With Duke Henry’s devotion to St. Philip Neri, an altar was built with stained glass windows above showing scenes from his life as well as a statue.

With the new Diocese of Arundel and Brighton created in 1965 the church became a Cathedral, with the dedication changing to ‘Our Lady and St. Philip Neri.’ Subsequently in 1971, the remains of the martyred 13th Earl of Arundel, St. Philip Howard (1557-1595), were brought from the Fitzalan Chapel in the grounds of Arundel Castle and enshrined in the Cathedral.

The Cathedral’s dedication finally changed in 1973 to ‘Our Lady and St. Philip Howard’. This followed the canonisation of Philip Howard together with 39 English and Welsh martyrs of the Reformation on 25 October 1970.

So if you are in West Sussex, put Arundel Cathedral on your ‘must see’ list!

Once a year there is Corpus Christi – the Feast of the Body and Blood of Christ that takes place 60 days after Easter. A world famous Carpet of Flowers is laid for visitors to see for a few days prior to the Mass and a procession of the Blessed Sacrament to Arundel Castle.

The Cathedral also supports the annual Arundel Festival by being a venue for the highly popular Arts Trail around the historic town.

All year round there are concerts and recitals being performed in the Cathedral.

We hope you’ll enjoy browsing through the website. Discover more about the clergy, the parish community, the Cathedral Centre, Gift Shop and all the important times of Masses and Confession alongside our latest weekly newsletter and parish magazine. There are also some inspiring videos taken showing Arundel Cathedral at night time and the beauty of the Cathedral’s interior!

Cathedral Opening Times

Visiting hours are: Monday – Saturday 9.00am – 4.00pm (please avoid Mass times)
Sunday 12.30pm – 4pm.
Weekday Mass is celebrated at 10am Monday, Friday and Saturday (times do vary, please check the weekly newsletter or the calendar below).
You can contact the Cathedral Office: Monday – Friday 9am – 3pm (01903) 882297 or arundel@abdiocese.org.uk .
All Masses, including Requiem Masses are available via the Cathedral live stream on www.arundelcathedral.uk
These Masses are also available via the live stream directly from Church Services TV (https://www.churchservices.tv/arundel)

 

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PASTORAL PLAN FOR THE DIOCESE

‘The Word Who is Life: The Call to Mission’.

Available on the diocesan website:

www.abdiocese.org.uk/diocese/pastoral-plan

The Arundel and Brighton Diocesan Trust – Registered Charity No. 252878

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