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Clifton Cathedral (The Cathedral Church of Saints Peter and Paul) in Bristol is the Mother Church of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Clifton and the Seat of  Bishop Bosco MacDonald, the tenth Bishop of Clifton.

The Dean, Canon Colin Mason, with the other clergy and staff of Clifton Cathedral, look forward to welcoming you into our congregation at any of our Masses or other services.

We hope that our website will provide all of the information that you may need about our beautiful and unique Cathedral, but please do contact us if there is anything else that you would like to know.


Find and Contact us

Cathedral Church of Saints Peter and Paul

Clifton Park, Bristol, BS8 3BX

Telephone: 0117 973 8411

Weekly Mass Times

Monday9.30am Mass
Tuesday7.00pm Mass
Wednesday7.30am Mass
Thursday7.30am Mass
Friday9.30am Mass
Saturday9.30am Mass
Sunday7.30am, 9.30am, 11.15am & 6pm
See the NEWSLETTER for changes to regular Mass times
Holy Days: Additional Evening Mass at 7pm
Confession: Saturday after 9.30 Mass, for other times speak to a priest or email Mary Manners
Opening times for the Cathedral
If you plan to visit, please contact the Cathedral Office +44 (0)117 973 8411 
Monday, Wednesday – Saturday
Before morning Mass – 5pm Tuesday 9am – 5pm. Entry at the West Door in Clifton Park
Sunday 7am – 7pm entry at St Peter’s Door (Pembroke Road), St Paul’s Door and West Door (Clifton Park).
The Cathedral may close early or after Mass, so please check.



You can make a donation to Clifton Cathedral during this testing time by using the ‘Donate’ button on the right. PayPal and all Debit and Credit cards accepted.

Cathedral Church of Saints Peter and Paul

Clifton Park, Bristol, BS8 3BX

Clifton Diocese

Clifton Diocese is the Catholic diocese covering the West of England and includes the City and County of Bristol,
the counties of Gloucestershire, Somerset, North Somerset, Wiltshire, South Gloucestershire, and Bath and North East Somerset.