Is it a requirement of all priests to say Mass daily, whether in private or in assembly, on vacation, or their days off? December 5, 2014 1 Reply Full Question Is it a requirement of all priests to say (or concelebrate) Mass daily, whether in private or in assembly, on vacation, or their days off? Answer There is no requirement that a priest celebrate Mass every day. But one would hope he would want to. There is no greater privilege on earth. Post Views: 47 Related News: If I failed to look for a church to attend Mass while on vacation, does that constitute grave sin? What does the Church teach about daily penance? What are the days of penance, and how ought Catholics to observe them? Is the absolution given at a reconciliation service valid without private confession? Do female Anglican priests have the same power to consecrate the Eucharist as do male Anglican priests? What is the difference between sanctifying and actual grace? Do we receive special graces on holy days? Priest offers daily Mass at destroyed West Bank olive orchards Was Christ really in the tomb for three days? Question: At an ordination i saw a priest snap photos during mass, is this okay? Why do Catholics celebrate Communion at every Mass, if Christ’s death atoned for sin once and for all? At what point in time during Mass it is considered too late for anyone coming into the Mass to receive Communion?