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Where to find a Catholic Mass before, during or after your next cruise


Want to attend Mass before or after your cruise?  Or attend Mass at one of your ports of call?

Of course, many ports-of-call offer that opportunity, but if you are departing or arriving on a weekend, you might want to look into these options near some of the major cruise ports in various countries.  If you find that you won’t be able to attend a Sunday or Saturday Vigil Mass, then you might find a Mass along the way and offer that in place of your Sunday obligation (don’t you just have the word obligation…it ought to be privilege)

We need your input, so please send us your suggestions for any others.  This list if for cruise ports where you may be embarking or dis-embarking, although some might be ports-of-call as well.


Catholic churches near Canada Cruise Ports:

     Vancouver, British Columbia


Catholic Churches near Cayman Island Cruise Ports:

     Grand Cayman


Catholic Churches near Cruise Ports in Greece:



Churches near cruise ports in Italy:



      Ravenna (Bologna excursions as well)

Catholic churches near cruise ports in Jamaica:



Catholic churches near cruise ports in the United Kingdom:

     Shetland Island (Main Island):  Saint Margaret’s Church

     Southampton (London): St. Joseph’s (walking distance) & St. Edmunds (taxi)


Catholic churches near cruise ports in the U.S.A.:


     Charleston, South Carolina

     Juneau, Alaska:  Shrine of St. Therese; Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception Port Ministry (picks you up right from the ship)

     Fort Lauderdale, Florida

     Galveston, Texas

     Hawaii;  Several island ports

     Los Angeles & Long Beach, California

     Miami, Florida

     Port Canaveral, Florida

     San Diego, California

     Seattle, Washington


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