Welcome to the online home of the English-speaking Community in Luxembourg.  Our Community was established 60 years ago and is made up of a rich mix of nationalities, with our shared faith and English as a common language bringing us together. 

Location of English-speaking Masses:

Saturday Vigil Mass 7.30pm  Garden chapel, St Alphonse, (accessed via the archway from rue Willy Goergen)

SUNDAY 11 AM MASS  : Eglise St Pie X, 112 Avenue Gaston Diderich, Belair L-1420 

There is parking available in the residential streets behind the church and also behind the Bel Canto restaurant  – follow rue Marguerite Thomas-clement.  Public transport:  there are bus stops on Avenue Gaston Diderich and in the rue d’Amsterdam.  Please check times for Sunday service. 

Sunday evening Mass 6.30pm: Eglise St Michel, rue Sigefroi, L-2536 (About 5 minutes walk from St Alphonse).

Wednesdays 6.15pm  – Mass is celebrated in English in the Garden chapel, St Alphonse, (accessed via the archway from rue Willy Goergen

Children’s liturgy continues at the 11.00 am Mass.  Please contact the parish office to register: parish@catholic.lu 

We are united to each other and with the Lord by our faith in Jesus Christ, risen from the dead. We can sing, pray and contemplate together: if you have special prayer requests or Mass intentions please send them in and we’ll include them in our prayers.

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The parish office is open for business and enquiries. All enquiries should be directed to Nicola, our parish Administrative Assistant, at the parish office: by email, parish@catholic.lu, or phone (+352) 661 127 962 (08:30-12:30 Monday to Friday). Please refer to the office for matters relating to Marriage, Baptism, First Holy Communion, Confirmation, requests for meetings, general enquiries, room bookings, publicising events etc).

Thank you,

Fr Michael

In the case of an out of hours emergency telephone 661 196 409.  For a confidential or sensitive matter please mail fr.mjc@pt.lu