Traditional Mass Directory

Within the Boundary of Portsmouth Diocese

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The Latin Mass Society

“The LMS, founded in 1965, is an association of Catholic faithful dedicated to the promotion of the traditional Latin liturgy of the Catholic Church, the teachings and practices integral to it, the musical tradition which serves it, and the Latin language in which it is celebrated.”

Portsmouth, St John’s Cathedral. Sunday 8am Low Mass.
Portsmouth, St Agatha’s. Last Sunday of the Month. 3pm Low Mass
North Hinksey, Holy Rood. Friday 12.30pm Low Mass
Didcot, English Martyrs. Weds 7.30am Low Mass. 1st Sun of Month 7.30am Low Mass
Winchester, St Peter’s. 2nd Sunday of the Month 12.15pm Sung/Low Mass
Aldershot, St Joseph’s. Sundays 9am Low Mass
Bembride, St Michael’s. 1st Friday 10am Low Mass

The Fraternity of St Peter

“The Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter is a traditionalist Catholic society of apostolic life for priests and seminarians which is in communion with the Holy See.”

St William of York, Reading 

Sunday: 11am Sung Mass
Monday: 12 noon Low Mass
Tuesday: 7am Low Mass (St John Fisher House)
Wednesday: 12noon Low Mass
Friday: 7.30pm Low Mass
Saturday: 8am Low Mass

For weekday Masses please contact 0118 966 5284 before travelling.

The Society of St Pius X

“An international priestly fraternity founded in 1970 by the French Roman Catholic Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre.”

Burghclere, St Michael’s School. Sunday 7.30am and 9am. Weekdays at 7.15am
Portsmouth, Our Lady Help of Christians. Sunday Low Mass at 11.30am

The Friars of the Immaculate

“The Franciscans of the Immaculate strive to be perfectly conformed to the poor, humble, crucified Jesus through a life of charity, supernatural charity and poverty.”

St Mary’s, Gosport. Sunday 5pm Low/Sung. Mon- Fri 7am Sung Mass. Sat 9.30am Sung

St Columba, Gosport. Monday 10am Low Mass.


Holy Family, Southampton. Thursday 7.30pm Low Mass.