Sign-up for Sunday Mass

Please read carefully the following instructions to sign-up for Sunday Mass:


1) The directives of the BC Health Authorities allow the Cathedral to offer the public celebration of Mass for fifty people or less (including people at the altar and the choir loft).  Proper social distancing and cleansing are required.

2) Because of limited resources for security and cleansing, there will be three Sunday Masses available for public celebration:  8 AM, 11 AM and 6:30 PM (Spanish).  The 8 PM Sunday Mass will be live-streamed with no public present.

3) BC Health Authorities also require that an accurate record of names and contact information be kept of each member of the faithful attending public Masses.

To facilitate this, attendance at Sunday public Masses requires you to sign up on the Cathedral Website.

If you cannot use Internet to sign-up please call the Cathedral office number at (604) 682 6774 ext. 0 and leave a message. Please note, you will only be admitted to Mass if you receive a confirmation email or phone call that your name is on the list for the Sunday Mass you selected.

4) Entry to the Cathedral for Sunday Mass will be through the East door in the lane. No access is available at the front doors on Dunsmuir street. Doors will open for admission 30 minutes before Mass starts and will close 15 minutes before Mass begins.  Rosary Hall is closed at this time and no public washrooms are available.

Please click here to sign up and to check if there are slots available for the Mass time you wish to attend, then fill in your name and contact information. You will receive an email confirming your Mass attendance.

Please do not email the office about signing up. Those emails will not be answered.

If you cannot sign up, it means Mass is full. Please follow the live-stream and try to sign up next week.

Mass sign-up closes on Thursday at 3 PM for the upcoming Sunday Mass.

Please check back each Monday to sign-up for the upcoming Sunday Mass.


Despite these measures, please understand that anyone attending Mass does so at their own risk.

The following must stay home for the sake of the wider community:

1. People with COVID-19 or who live with someone with COVID-19.

2. People who have been exposed to someone with COVID-19.

3. Those who have recently travelled outside of Canada.

The following are encouraged to stay home for the sake of the wider community:

1. The sick, including those with even the slightest symptoms of the cold or flu.

2. People who live with someone with upper respiratory or flu-like symptoms.

3. People, especially the elderly, with underlying or compromised health conditions.

4. Family members who live with elderly people or those who are at risk.

Please understand that these measures need to be taken very seriously by all, in order for us to be able to gather safely to celebrate the Eucharist.

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