Attend Mass on the internet

Sunday and daily Masses on the internet

A number of groups livestream or podcast Mass either on a regular basis or in response to the coronavirus.  Listed below are several sources.  You and all those in you house can attend Mass while we are sheltering in place.

Sunday Mass

Heart of the Nation produces and televises weekly Sunday Mass nationwide, providing compassionate spiritual care for Catholics unable to participate in holy Mass at a parish.  www.heartofthenation.org

Join the Dominicans for Mass at St. Albert the Great Priory on Livestream.com. The Western Dominican Province will broadcast the Mass every Sunday from the chapel of St. Albert’s, the Dominican house of studies on the West Coast.

Celebrate the Catholic Mass live from the Basilica of the Sacred Heart at Notre Dame’s campus in South Bend, Indiana. Sundays 7 am PDT.  Available as podcast after that.  www.catholictv.org/masses/notre-dame-mass

Sunday and daily Mass

EWTN

 EWTN offers the daily readings to enable viewers to accompany the Mass of the day as it is televised. They are also the perfect way to find time in your day for spiritual reflection. Listen, watch, or read from the comfort of your home. www.ewtn.com

Loretto Abbey, Toronto

The Daily TV Mass is taped each day at the Loretto Abbey Chapel in Toronto and made available at dailytvmass.com or www.youtube.com/dailytvmass

With Pope Francis in Rome

CatholicTV has several links to daily and Sunday Masses.  You can even join in the daily Mass with Pope Francis during the coronavirus pandemic.  www.catholictv.org/masses

Daily mass with Pope Francis

St Louis Cathedral, New Orleans

Mass from Saint Louis Cathedral

You can get the daily Mass from Saint Louis Cathedral in New Orleans at thedailymass.com/mass/

With Bishop Barron in Santa Barbara

In light of measures being taken to contain the outbreak and avoid further illness, many of us may be hesitant to leave our homes. In many areas, Mass and other church services may not be available.

It is at this exact moment that our faith is most needed.

In an effort to continue the practice of our faith in these trying times, I would like to invite you to join us online for daily Mass.

Beginning today, Tuesday, March 17, Word on Fire will be offering daily Mass for the foreseeable future.

Join Bishop Barron, or Word on Fire CEO Fr. Steve Grunow for Mass

Chrism Mass

If you want to join Bishop Barber in the 7 pm April 2 Chrism Mass, go to the cathedrals Facebook page facebook.com/ctlcathedral.org at that time.