Welcome to St. Ladislav Catholic Parish!

We are an active, faith-filled, English-speaking Christian community in Bratislava, that comes together to worship each Sunday at 11:00 am.  Our weekly mass celebration and programs are in the English language, and are open to all who seek a deeper relationship with our Lord Jesus Christ.

Our parishoners come from all corners of the globe. We are a mix of ethnicities, nationalities and sometimes even religions and denominations. And while you can see Slovaks, Americans, Asians, British, Dutch, Germans  etc. , we all sing the same songs and share the same communion.

Some are permanent residents of Bratislava, others are just passing through and grace us with their presence. Whatever your circumstances, you are most cordially welcome to join us. Please "click" on the above icons for more information on our Sunday worship and related weekly programs or contact us at info@catholic.sk 

Looking forward to seeing you!


Sacrament of Penance – Confession: one may come to the sacristy of the church on Sunday prior or after the mass to request confession from the priest who is there. Sacraments of Baptism, Confirmation and Marriage, and also Penance: contact the Parish office of St Martin's Cathedral, Kapitulská 9, during office hours Monday-Friday between 14:30 and 16:30. e-mail: dom@fara.sk; website: http://dom.fara.sk


In the summer of 1993, a retired Divine Word missionary, Father Frantisek Sirovic SVD, started saying masses in  English  at St. Ladislav Church. Thereafter, from 2006 to 2011, we were blessed to have Father Tiziano Pegoraro, a Rogationist priest from Italy, serve us. Today, we are pleased to have three priests serving us, representing the Divine Word, Jesuit and Redemptorist orders.

In 2008 St. Ladislav Church became a seat of the newly created Archdiocese of Bratislava.Today, with the help of the priests and parishoners, St. Ladislav English community is very active, with weekly Sunday masses at 11:00 am, and related programs, such as the Choir, Bible Group, and Legion of Mary (see icons above).
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