Welcome to The Cathedral of the Blessed Virgin Mary

Cathedral of the Blessed Virgin Mary

Welcome to the Cathedral of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Hamilton. The Cathedral by the people of Hamilton, for the people. It reflects faith, generosity and hard work of the Hamilton Diocese. This Cathedral is a building of the 21st century, redeveloped in 2008 creating a more modern Cathedral while sustaining the purpose of the old Cathedral, to be the focal point of the Catholic Diocese of Hamilton. This Cathedral stands in order to give Glory to God, to remind all of those who pass by of the presence of God in their lives, and to be a Sacred Place where the Church gathers to worship God, and spend time in prayerful contemplation of the Divine Mystery.

Mass Timetable

Sunday Mass
Vigil (Sat): 6:00pm
Sunday: 7:30am, 10:30am, 6pm

Weekdays
Monday 8am
Monday 12:05pm Liturgy of the word with Communion

Tuesday 12:05pm 

     Wednesday 8am & 12:05pm 

         Thursday 8am & 12:05pm

                  Friday 12:05pm

Reconciliation
Tuesday – Friday 11:30am

Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament
Tuesday – Friday
11:30am – 12:00 noon

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Latest Notifications

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Fri May 20 12:01am

6th Sunday of Easter

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Thu May 12 11:08pm

5th Sunday of Easter

A Requiem for Eileen Williams will be held at the Cathedral TODAY at 1.30pm. May she rest in peace.

Thu May 12 09:36pm

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Fri May 06 12:23am

4th Sunday of Easter

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Fri Apr 29 01:32am

3rd Sunday of Easter

A reminder that there is no longer a 9am Mass at the Cathedral. Mass times are 6pm Saturday vigil, Sunday 7:30am, 10:30am and 6pm.

Sat Apr 23 05:14am

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Thu Apr 21 11:51pm

Please note:
The Ministry of Health are in regular contact with the Parish to notify us that most of our Masses are “exposure events” meaning someone in the congregation has tested positive for Covid. This may mean they have been infectious at Mass. Please be aware that most public events you go to there is a risk of being exposed to Covid. Continue to take precautions and if you choose not to attend Mass remember you can participate online.


Divine Mercy 2nd Sunday of Easter