About St Peter's
Cathedral Basilica

We are the Cathedral of the Catholic Diocese of London and our Bishop is Ronald P. Fabbro, C.S.B.  We are also a parish church for a diverse and vibrant community.

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December 14, 2019

Advent Day of Prayer

Starlight: A Journey to Bethlehem with the Magi
Join us on Saturday, December 14th from 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM for a day of prayer during our advent season. This time of retreat will focus on the journey of the Magi to their meeting with Jesus in Bethlehem.  As people on the journey of faith, we too will learn from them how we pay homage to our God. Lunch is included so please register here.

December 12, 2019

Solidarity with Indigenous Peoples

On 12 December, the feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe, the Church in Canada celebrates the National Day of Prayer in Solidarity with Indigenous Peoples. This project, with the approval of the Bishops of Canada, has been coordinated since 2002 by the Canadian Catholic Indigenous Council (formerly the Canadian Catholic Aboriginal Council).  READ MORE

Year of Prayer

On Pentecost Sunday, Bishop Fabbro inaugurated a Year of Prayer for the Diocese of London.  From now until next May 31, 2020 we will call upon God's Spirit to form us as Missionary Disciples for Jesus.  Learn more about the year of prayer here.

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Our weekday readings have been talking about building our faith on a strong foundation. As we read the message of Jesus in the Gospel, we are hearers - but - we also need to be doers. We “do” the Word by responding to situations as Jesus did. We are compassionate, welcoming, forgiving and we put ourselves out for others.  We arrive at peace and joy realizing “there are no bystanders or observers, only workers and servants.”  


At the beginning of Advent John the Baptist calls us to repentance. It involves a change of heart and mind, reconsidering the way we think and act. We are invited to redirect our lives as our awareness grows and our perception of what we are celebrating comes more into focus. Celebrating the entrance of Jesus into our lives challenges us to begin something new by clearing the clutter so we can see more clearly and live more freely.  


Advent is a chance to make a quiet space in our lives every busy day. It is an invitation to leave our comfort zones, our schedules, our routines, in order to search out a place where we can listen to hear what God has to say and to reflect on any changes needed. What can I do this Advent season to allow some time for quiet reflection? Does the way I am preparing for Christmas need any evaluation considering Jesus’ message I am hearing?  

I hope you are continuing to enjoy and find peace in this quiet season of waiting and hope. 

Weekend Masses:

Saturday Vigil - 6:00pm;

Sunday - 8:30am; 10:30am; 12:30pm; 7:30pm


Monday, Wednesday & Friday from 11:00am - 11:30am;

Saturday from 4:30pm - 5:30pm

St. Peter's Cathedral Basilica

Mailing Address

533 Clarence St.
London, Ontario

N6A 3N1






Parish office hours 9:00am to 4:00pm, Monday to Friday