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    Can’t get to Mass? Here’s a Schedule of Internet Broadcasts You Can Choose From

    By William Nardi 3/17/2020

    Around the world, dioceses are canceling public Masses to prevent the spread of coronavirus, but many churches are now livestreaming their Masses, so you can still pray, hear the Mass readings and make a spiritual communion.

    Many parishes are taking this approach, including St. Mary’s in New Haven, Conn., where the Knights of Columbus was founded. Now, as always, a Mass is said every day at St. Mary’s for deceased Knights of Columbus, their wives and Columbian Squires.

    Mass will be streamed live daily at 12 noon on the parish’s Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/stmarysCT/.

    Alternatively, you can also watch Mass live daily at 12 noon from the Saint John Paul II National Shrine. Here’s their YouTube page.

    However, if you can’t tune into either of these broadcasts, here’s a list of several other sources to watch the Mass.

    Clicking on the name of the parish will take you to the livestream website.

    Monday - Friday  (Eastern Time Zone)

    • 7am, St. Patrick’s Cathedral, New York City

    • 7am, Cathedral of Mary Our Queen with Supreme Chaplain Archbishop Lori, Baltimore MD.

    • 8am, EWTN

    • 8:15am, Bishop Robert Barron

    • 9:30am, Catholic TV Network

    • 12pm, St. Mary’s Priory, New Haven CT.

    • 12pm Saint John Paul II National Shrine

    • 12:30pm, Papal Mass, prerecorded

    • 1pm, Relevant Radio, Video Livestream from Chapel of the Nativity

    • 2pm, EWTN, prerecorded

    • 5:30pm, Cathedral of Mary our Queen with Supreme Chaplain Archbishop Lori, Baltimore MD.

    • 7pm, EWTN, prerecorded

    • 7pm, Catholic TV, prerecorded

    • 10:30pm, Catholic TV, prerecorded

    Saturday

    • 7am, St. Patrick’s Cathedral, New York City

    • 7am, Cathedral of Mary our Queen with Supreme Chaplain Archbishop Lori, Baltimore MD.

    • 8am, EWTN, live

    • 8:15am, Bishop Robert Barron

    • 12pm, St. Mary’s Priory, New Haven CT.

    • 12pm, Saint John Paul II National Shrine

    • 12:30pm, Papal Mass, prerecorded

    • 1pm, Relevant Radio, Video Livestream from Chapel of the Nativity

    • 2pm, EWTN, prerecorded

    • 7pm, EWTN, prerecorded

    • 7pm, Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception, prerecorded

    • 11:30pm, Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception, prerecorded

    Sunday

    • 8:00am, EWTN

    • 8:15am, Bishop Robert Barron

    • 10:15am, St. Patrick’s Cathedral, New York City

    • 11am, Saint John Paul II National Shrine, Spanish

    • 11am, Cathedral of Mary Our Queen with Supreme Chaplain Archbishop Lori, Baltimore MD.

    • 12pm, Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception, Washington D.C.

    • 12pm, St. Mary’s Priory, New Haven CT.

    • 12pm EWTN, prerecorded

    • 12:30pm, Papal Mass, prerecorded

    • 1pm, Relevant Radio, Video Livestream from Chapel of the Nativity

    • 2pm, St. John Paul II National Shrine

    • 7pm EWTN, prerecorded

    Masses from College

    Monday - Friday 

    • 12:05pm, Franciscan University of Steubenville

    Saturday

    • 12:05pm, Franciscan University of Steubenville

    Sunday

    • 10:00am, Sacred Heart Basilica, University of Notre Dame Campus

    • 12:05pm, Franciscan University of Steubenville

    For livestreams of Mass in the Eastern Rites, including Byzantine (Ruthenian Greek) Catholic, Maronite Catholic, Melkite Greek Catholic, Romanian Greek Catholic, Russian Greek Catholic, Syro-Malabar Catholic, and Ukrainian Greek Catholic churches in the United States and Canada, please click here.

    For Latin Mass livestreams click here.

    While some dioceses have dispensed Catholics from their Sunday obligation or temporarily suspended public Masses during this pandemic (check with your diocese if you are unsure), finding regularity in your prayer life is essential especially in periods of difficulty and disruption.

    Attending Mass virtually, praying the rosary and saying the Knights of Columbus Novena for Protection in Time of Pandemic are important to supporting the your faith and your family’s.

    Share your story of how your council is helping strengthen people’s faith. Email william.nardi@kofc.org.

    Not yet a member? Join the Knights of Columbus by visiting www.kofc.org.org/join.

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