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Celebrate daily and Sunday Mass online

Many local parishes are live-streaming their Sunday Mass and even their Daily Mass for parishioners. Please visit your parish website to see if this opportunity is available.

The Cathedral Basilica of Christ the King is televising Palm Sunday and Easter Sunday Mass on Channel 14 at 11 am and Channel CH at 1 pm. These televised Sunday Liturgies will continue as long as the isolation is happening. More information can be found on the Cathedral website.

Daily mass is being live streamed from St. Patrick’s Parish on the parish’s Facebook Page at the following times: Weekdays (Tues-Fri) 12:15pm and Sundays 11:30am and 7:15pm.

A recorded Mass, celebrated by Fr. Jarek at St. Patrick’s, has been posted for the fifth Sunday of Lent on March 27th at ... .

Other online masses:

Salt + Light Media is pleased to provide the following Masses on Salt + Light TV:

Daily TV Mass: Monday – Saturday 6:30 am / 11 am / 3 pm / 10:30 pm
(Daily Mass from the Chapel at Loretto Abbey in Toronto)

Mass celebrated by Pope Francis from Casa Santa Marta: Monday – Sunday 9:30am

The Passionists Sunday Mass: 6:30 am / 3 pm

Sunday TV Mass from the Chapel at Loretto Abbey in Toronto: 11 am / 10:30 pm

For live-streaming, go to

See for more details.

Daily mass celebrated at Loretto Abbey in Toronto can be viewed on YouTube at

Prayers celebrated during Lent

Stations of the Cross: This familiar Lenten Devotion which may be offered online by parishes, especially during Holy Week, can also be found at the following sites: ... ... ... on Fridays during Lent at noon and 6 pm ET

Celebrating Holy Week at Home:
This resource from Liturgical Press in Collegeville, Minnesota includes adaptations of the Palm Sunday, Holy Thursday, Good Friday, Easter Vigil, and Easter Sunday Rituals for Family and Household Prayer in a sincere effort to cultivate some of the rituals and spirit of Holy Week in our own homes when public celebration might not be possible.

The Pope’s Easter Message (“Urbi et Orbi”)
A short video-summary of the Pope's Special Urbi et orbi blessing on March 27, for a world suffering from the coronavirus pandemic. ...

For the text of his Easter Message “To the City and the World” see: ...

Celebrate daily and Sunday Mass online