Octave Mass in English at the Cathedral today – 6pm – livestream

As part of the Octave of Our Lady, Fr Michael will be celebrating Mass in English at 6pm today (Tuesday 10 May) in the Cathedral of Notre-Dame – please try and attend.

The Mass will be livestreamed from the Cathedral via the Diocesan website. To watch the Mass please click here

You can join in with the liturgy by downloading the Mass sheet below.

Synod final report is now available

Our Synodal steering group has worked very hard to draw together the outcomes from the Synodal consultation process gathered from our discussion groups, questionnaires and the workshop. These are reflected in the final report which has been submitted to the diocesan Synodal team. You can read the report by clicking on the download below. If you would like to access the reports of other religious communities in Luxembourg please click here

Livestream – Mass of Thanksgiving for the life of Mairi Molloy 2.30pm today

There will be a Mass of Thanksgiving for the life of Mairi Molloy at St Alphonse today, Monday 9 May, at 2.30pm. The Mass will be livestreamed via Facebook – please click on the link below. You do not need a Facebook account to access this.


You can join in with the hymns and the liturgy by downloading the order of service below.

Octave Family Pilgrimage

Saturday 14 May 2022 – 15:45-18:00

All families are invited to join a special pilgrimage from St Alphonse to the Cathedral next Saturday as part of the traditional Octave of Our Lady – the highpoint of the Luxembourg Church year.

Start: Church of St Alphonse – 15:45

End: Notre-Dame Cathedral – 18:00

The pilgrimage will begin with a programme led by our catechists to learn about the history of the Octave and to explore the Church of St Alphonse through a treasure hunt! It will also be an opportunity for our First Holy Communion children to practise their singing before their big day.

The English-speaking Community will then make a procession from St Alphonse to the Cathedral where we will meet up with processions from other linguistic communities.

Cardinal Hollerich will welcome the children before we end the pilgrimage with a short prayer service before the statue of Our Lady in the Cathedral.

For more information about the Octave: www.octave.lu