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Is your parish live-streaming Daily Mass?

March 23rd, 2020, Promulgated by Diane Harris

 

If so, please let us know and we’ll publish the links. Just add as a comment here, or email to Diane@CleansingFire.org . We’ll need the link, the expected Mass time, parish or likely priest’s name if possible.

For solemnity of the Annunciation, view Mass at St. Patrick’s Cathedral: https://vimeopro.com/user98187253/catholic-faith-network-cfn/video/400574368

 

 

Parking Lot Masses (Fr. Z): https://wdtprs.com/2020/03/a-great-wartime-sunday-mass-in-my-native-place-fr-z-kudos/

 

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6 Responses to “Is your parish live-streaming Daily Mass?”

  1. avatar Diane Harris says:

    I just received an email that the Syracuse Diocese has a noon Mass streamed. Haven’t checked it out myself, so if anyone else does please comment if it works. Link is
    https://www.youtube.com/user/syrdio/videos

  2. avatar Diane Harris says:

    We are also reminded of the live Daily Mass streaming from EWTN from 8 to 9 AM.

  3. avatar Mary-Kathleen says:

    Traditional Latin Masses live-streamed daily:

    Fraternity of St. Peter FSSP
    http://livemass.net/

    Institute of Christ the King Sovereign Priest ICKSP (scroll down for Mass of the day)
    https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=icksp+mass

    Canons Regular of St. John Cantius
    https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=st.+john+cantius+church

  4. avatar dobrienaus says:

    Live stream St. Catherine of Siena Austin Texas at 1PM Eastern (12 PM Central) Monday to Friday only:
    https://www.stcatherine-austin.org/live.

    Also check out the following site which has links to daily Mass live streams all over the world. Be careful of the listed times – they may be Central.
    https://mass-online.org/daily-holy-mass-live-online/

  5. avatar Diane Harris says:

    @ M-K:
    Thanks for the referral to the Canons Regular Mass. I ‘attended’ at 9:30 this morning (8:30 CDT) and it was beautiful. And, the good news, was both the Epistle and Gospel were read in English, AND there was a sermon/homily. I was also glad to see the site activated an hour before Mass so we could ‘get settled.’ I find sites that go live at the moment the priest walks out and we’re trying to find the site with everyone else make me almost always ‘late to Mass.’ What do you think? Wish list for streaming sites?

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