Finding Online Masses & Resources
Wednesday, April 1, 2020
We find ourselves in uncharted territory: the cancellation of Masses. So how do we keep our faith alive and going? Below are some resources for watching daily Mass, prayers, and other ideas to keep your faith alive.
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Cathedral Basilica of the Assumption online Mass
Cathedral Basilica of the Assumption Sunday Mass (televised) is available from 5-6:00 PM on MeTV WLWT (5-2 on antenna), Spectrum 188 in Kentucky; and Cincinnati Bell channels 23 or 291.
Vatican News Livestream of Pope Francis' Masses
Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception
Catholic Faith Network Masses
Catholic TV Mass
EWTN Daily Mass
Holy Cross Church, Latonia via Facebook
Mother of God Church, Covington
Robert Bishop Barron's Word on Fire Daily Mass
St. Anthony, Taylor Mill/Fr. Eric Androit
St. Barbara Church, Erlanger via Facebook
St. Joseph Church, Coldspring via Facebook
St. Mary of the Assumption, Alexandria
St. Pius X Church, Edgewood
St. Timothy Church, Union
The United States Catholic Conference of Bishops has a list of sources for radio, television, and online.
Acts of Spiritual Communion
COVID-19: A Prayer of Solidarity
Light a Candle Online
Pope Francis' Prayer with Mary for COVID-19
Prayer Resources from the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops
Busted Halo: Faith lived joyfully.
Catholic Brain: Learn it. Know it. Live It. Catholic activities for families.
Catholic.Com: Answers about the Catholic Faith
Children's Liturgy of the Word for Sundays
Dynamic Catholic: Blessed Children's Series
Dynamic Catholic: Better Together
Dynamic Catholic: Rediscover the Genius of Catholicism
Dynamic Catholic: Start a New Daily Reflection Program
Dynamic Catholic: Pray the Rosary
Free Magnificat Online
Free Magnificat Kid Online
Teaching Catholic Kids: Catholic activities for children and families
Ten Things You Should Do Until Public Masses Return
United States Catholic Conference of Bishops: Your Catholic Online Resource