"…the kingdom of God is at hand…" Mark 1:15

Masses on TV and internet

If you are sick or have been exposed to Covid,

Celebrate the Sacred Mysteries

and partake in the Mass

via television or internet

As Bishop Libasci has said, "Those who are sick should not attend Mass. This
would include those who recently have been exposed to COVID or any other communicable
illness. These individuals are excused but of course, should not be attending other events that
would pose the same concerns.

If you are unable to come celebrate with us at Mass because of a cold, flu, or Covid, you are encouraged to unite your prayers with the Eucharistic Liturgy and participate in the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass from home, while receiving spiritual communion through the mercy and infinite presence of Christ.

Take the time to quietly and reverently pray with the world as you worship God in participation with these Masses:


Catholic TV —

channel 268 on Comcast/Xfinity

watch live online: http://www.catholictv.org/watch-live

Sunday Mass

10 AM from the Sacred Heart Basilica at the University of Notre Dame

12:30 PM from the Vatican with Pope Francis

4 PM from San Fernando Cathedral in San Antonio Texas

7 PM from Catholic TV in Massachusetts

Daily Mass

9:30 AM , rebroadcast at 7 PM and 11:30 PM

12:30 PM from the Vatican with Pope Francis


channel 56 on Comcast/Xfinity (your package might not include this channel)

watch live online: https://www.ewtn.com/tv/watch-live  (click the screen to make it play)

Sunday Mass

8 AM from Our Lady of the Angels Chapel

rebroadcast at 12 PM and 7 PM

Daily Mass

8 AM every day 

rebroadcast at 12 PM and 7 PM

TV 38 —

(broadcast/antenna on Channel 38 and Comcast/Xfinity on channel 14)

Sunday Mass 7 AM


(broadcast/antenna on Channel 56 and Comcast/Xfinity on Channel 12)

Sunday Mass 8 AM

Live Stream Masses within the Diocese of Manchester can be found here: