The church placed photos of the 49 victims as well as the gunman, Omar Mateen in front of the church’s sanctuary.
In a press release a spokesperson for the church said: ‘We need to pray for everyone killed, their loved ones and families, but also Mateen, as a tortured individual, whose perception of belief appears not to have enabled him to integrate his sexuality and faith.’
On 12 June, Omar Mateen opened fire in the gay nightclub, Pulse killing 49 people and injuring 53 more. He was shot and killed by police.
Sunday’s Mass followed the London Pride Parade on Saturday where there was a strong Catholic presence.