Mass at Sagrada Familia
It is possible to attend mass at la Sagrada Familia.
The Main Altar at Sagrada Familia was consecrated on November 7th, 2010 by Pope Benedict. Since then many religious celebrations are taking place at the Church in two different places, the Main Altar, and the Crypt.
On this video, you can see the moment when Pope Benedict opens the Main entrance door and the world discovers the inside of the central nave. 6.500 faithful people together with 1,100 Concelebrants and 800 choir signers!!!
Do not skip the video it is quite astonishing.
The celebrations at the Main Altar and Crypt have different schedules giving you many options to attend mass during your stay in Barcelona.
Sagrada Familia Main Altar
To attend an international Mass every Sunday at 9 am, this is the information posted at the Sagrada Familia web
“The Archdiocese of Barcelona holds an international mass at the Basilica of the Sagrada Família every Sunday and on holy days of obligation at 9 am
There is no charge for attending mass but capacity is limited.
The entrance to the Basilica is on the Nativity façade, C/ Marina, from 8:30 am until capacity is reached.
Visitors are asked to dress appropriately and behave respectfully.
Groups of more than 25 must fill in a form before coming.
For any other questions regarding the international masses, please contact the liturgical head of masses at [email protected]“
This is the best option for our international visitors.
Sagrada Familia Crypt
The Crypt has been in use since Gaudi’s Lifetime, he’s even buried in here. All through the years, the neighbors of Sagrada Familia have celebrated Mass, Weddings, Baptisms, and Funerals. Actually, we have friends that got married here.
At the Crypt you can attend Mass (in Catalan or Spanish, but not in English) all year round. These are the schedules:
9 am and 8,15 pm Monday to Friday.
7.30 pm on Vespers
on Saturday and Sunday at 10,30 am, 11,45 am, 1 pm and 8,15 pm. And from Sept 22nd to July 5th there’s a mass at 6,30 pm too.
Let’s not forget all the different Celebrations like Christmas, Lent, Easter, and others that take place during the liturgical year. We share them on our Facebook page