St. Mary’s Cathedral is a Cathedral for the people: our Cathedral is both a parish community and the mother church for the people of the Middlesbrough diocese. As such it attracts people from far and wide, from the immediate areas of Coulby Newham and Hemlington, from Middlesbrough and Teesside, as well as from all across the Diocese and beyond.
Young people play a very important part in the life of the Cathedral – the Cathedral parish has its own Youth Club and the Cathedral also hosts a wide variety of events for young people from across the Middlesbrough Diocese and beyond.
Our Cathedral building is designed for worship and serves the spiritual and social needs of a large parish. The building complex includes the sanctuary, the nave, the Blessed Sacrament chapel, the sacristy, the church hall, the narthex (the entrance porch) and the campanile (bell tower). There is also a repository where devotional aids, rosary beads, cards, etc. can be purchased.
For a Google map of the location of the Cathedral please click here.
If you would like a Priest to visit you, please telephone us.
If you are going into hospital and require a priest please let the nurse know as soon as possible. We have a chaplain who is on call at the James Cook Hospital should you require a priest.
If you are in our parish, if you would like to let us know before you go into Hospital, a priest can come to visit you prior to you going in.