Continuing situation at St Alphonse

The church of St Alphonse has been closed for three weeks due to subsidence, caused by the recent heatwave. We are awaiting a long-term prognosis — what action needs to be taken with the tiled floor of the church. We have received news that the left-hand aisle of the church (where the side altar and tabernacle are located) may now be used for Masses. This means that the French and German Masses will once more be celebrated in the church; obviously, this side aisle is wholly inadequate for our English-speaking Masses. So our provisional arrangements continue:

Weekend Masses —
Saturday 24th August 19:00 Eglise St Michel, centre ville

Sunday 25th August 11:30  Eglise St Joseph, Limpertsberg

Sunday 25 August 19:00 Eglise St Michel, centre ville

Please pass on the news!

We will search for a longer-term solution, depending how the situation at St Alphonse develops, but in the meantime please check this website on a weekly basis.

Weekday Masses are once again being celebrated in the side aisle of St Alphonse, entry via the courtyard/parking of the church.

Apologies for any inconvenience — we are doing our best to keep things running as near to normal as possible. Updates will be made as they become available, both via catholic.lu and subscriber email updates.

All meetings booked for the garden meeting room are cancelled — please contact the parish office if you wish to book other rooms.

Thank you for your understanding,

Fr Ed


WELCOME to the online home of the English-speaking Catholic community in Luxembourg. Our community was established over 50 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. If you’re new to Luxembourg, or paying a visit, we hope you will join us for Mass, and any of our advertised events. Please introduce yourself so we can welcome you in person. God’s house is our house, and there is room for all to enter and feel at home.

Ed Hone CSsR, Chaplain to the English-speaking community. 

Regular weekly Masses in English

Saturday 19:00: Vigil for Sunday 
11:15: Our main family Mass, with children’s liturgy
Sunday 19:00* – Quiet Mass: a reflective evening celebration of the Eucharist
Eucharistic adoration from 18:30, Benediction at 18:50
*Summer times noted above. In winter, with the changing of the clocks, the Sunday evening Mass moves to 17:00, with Adoration and Benediction as usual one hour before Mass

Wednesdays 07:30: celebrated in English; leaflet with chants & readings in French

3rd Wednesday of each month 13:00: Mass in English in Tower Block B of the European Parliament

Confessions in English
as announced, and by appointment

All enquiries should be directed to Nicola, our parish Administrative Assistant, at the parish office: by email or phone (+352) 661 127 962 (08:00-12:00 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)

For urgent or personal business, Fr Ed can be contacted directly by email  or on
(+352) 691 217 713. All non-urgent/non-personal calls and emails will simply be forwarded to the parish office.

Thank you.