Catholic Mass is celebrated every Sunday at 12 noon in the Chapel in the car park of The Atlantica Aneas Hotel in Ayia Napa located on Nissi Avenue opposite entrance to Nissi Beach.
Or alternatively as Steve has advised everyone no matter what faith is welcome at the Anglican Church service held in the Scandinavian Church in Ayia Napa at 11am every Sunday morning...The Scandinavian Church is located next to the Parko Pallisto Fun Fair in Ayia Napa.
I beleive the info re Catholic Mass at the Atlantica Aneas Hotel chapel is still valid...however if you ring the hotel reception they should be able to confirm it as the manager is always aware of what is happening in the Chapel.hth
The Roman Catholic Mass is celebrated every day and several times on a Sunday in Larnaca and the church gets full, a large proportion are devout Philippinos. I seem to remember it is said in English and the sermon went on too long for my taste when I was there. The RC church is near Metro supermarket and is signposted.
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Even tho we are Catholic, we use the church on Ay Nic base, the Padre at the moment is Anglican but you always get a really warm welcome (more than I ever got in a Catholic Church)....... and they offer you a cup of tea/ coffee and cake afterwards
Mass is at 10.30 am on Sundays.......oh and we are not military
I am just posting to confirm that the Roman Catholic Mass is still celebrated at Aeneas Beach Hotel,Nissi Ave., Ayia Napa at 12.00 o'clock on Sundays.Also refreshments (and Margaret's lovely -normally homemade- cakes) are available after mass.Mass is also celebrated at this church on some Holy Days of Obligation(this would usually be announced on the previous Sunday,but to check phone 23723857).
There is also a Mass in Paralimni,at a church called St Michael Archangel,in a field situated behind Carrefour's car park at 10.30.It can be accessed either by going through that car park or turning left(going towards Ayia Napa) on April 1st street(main Paralimni to Ayia Napa road) at the traffic lights with Alpha Bank on one corner and Bank of Cyprus on the other,then first right and onto farm track at end of road.Unfortunately either route can be muddy after heavy rain.To see in Google maps just past these coordinates 35.033937, 33.980755 (best viewed in Satellite mode!).
I can confirm that one of the priests from Larnaca normally says Mass at Ayia Napa and Paralimni.Also it is worth noting that the Saturday evening mass (18.30) fulfills the Sunday obligation (important because a lot of British people return home on Sunday),Keith
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