English Mass Times in Rome


Mass Times of The Major Basilicas in Rome

Mass in Rome

Rome is filled with churches. Sunday Mass opportunities abound and begin as early as 7am and go as late as 7pm. The same holds for Daily Masses. Opening times are also frequent. Most churches are open throughout the day and close only in the afternoon for three hours from roughly 1pm to 4pm.

Despite the abundance of liturgies most of these Masses are in Italian.

Below are some of the English Mass opportunities within the city.

Sunday English Masses
(Easiest To Find and Most Reliable)

Santo Spirito in Sassia
Via dei Penitenzieri, 12
Rome, Italy
Sunday, 9:30am

Sant’Anna in Vaticano
Via Sant’Anna
Vatican City
Sunday, 3:30pm
Located just off the Borgo Pio as one enters the Vatican. Enter the gate on the right side or ask a Swiss Guard for assistance.

St Patrick’s Church
Via Boncompagni, 31
Rome, Italy
Saturday, 6:00pm
Sunday, 9:00am & 10:30am
Monday-Friday, 6:00pm
(American Catholic Parish in Rome)

Venerable English College
Via di Monserrato, 45
Rome, Italy
Sunday, 10:00am (Except from mid-July to mid-September)

Domus Australia
Via Cernaia 14/B
Rome, Italy
Sunday, 9:00am
Monday-Friday, 7:00am

San Silvestro in Capite
Piazza di San Silvestro, 17/a
Rome, Italy
Sunday, 10:00am & 5:30pm

Basilica of San Clemente
Via Labicana, 95
Rome, Italy

Saint Francis Xavier del Caravita
Via Caravita, 7
Rome, Italy
Sunday, 11:00am

San Giovanni Battista dei Fiorentini
Piazza dell'Oro, 1
Rome, Italy
Sunday, 6:00pm

Additional Sunday English Masses
(More Difficult to Find)

San Giorgio in Velabro
Via del Velabro, 19
Rome, Italy

Basilica Santa Pudenziana
Via Urbana, 160
Rome, Italy
Serves the spiritual needs of the Filipino community in Rome.
Some of these Masses are in English.

Saint Isidore
Via degli Artisti, 41
Rome, Italy