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Live Mass Times
The dispensation from the Sunday obligation to attend Mass
is granted to all the faithful through March 12, 2021.
Click here to find a mass to watch
How to pray the TV Mass from Home
Creating a sacred space to reverently watch the mass in your home
Create a prayer altar near your TV or streaming devise. Consider placing a crucifix or some sacred art in the prayer space.
Open your bible to the gospel of the day and place it on your "home altar" to remind you that the Word of God is among you.
Light a candle to symbolize the beautiful light that shines in the darkness and to help your home resemble Church.
Set up chairs to help you engage in mass and keep you from passively watching from the couch.
Get dressed as you normally would when attending mass. Keeping this routine is especially helpful for children.
Take a few moments of silence to transition from the busyness of your home to the sacredness of the mass.
Fully participate by standing, kneeling, sitting and responding to the parts of the mass.
Engage in community by having coffee and breakfast with your family after mass or by calling your loved ones to connect.
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