Holy Masses live online

Holy Michael, the Archangel, defend us in battle. Be our safeguard against the wickedness and snares of the devil. May God rebuke him, we humbly pray; and do you, O Prince of the heavenly host, by the power of God cast into hell Satan and all the evil spirits who wander through the world seeking the ruin of souls.
Amen.

Here you can find links to Holy Masses online from different parishes all around the world.

When you enter the chosen page you will see the calendar with the Catholic Holy Masses live online.
Click in the chosen hour when you want to see the Holy Mass online.

Holy Mass online in English

The Calendar of the Holy Masses

If you use Google calendar you may add the Holy Mass stream to your own calendar.

If you want to celebrate the Holy Mass now click on the link “Watch online Holy Mass.” and the broadcast website opens automatically. Then you can watch the Holy Mass live online.

This website was created for the sick, home bound and for those who, due to other important reasons, could not go to Mass; or those who, due to their locations, do not have Churches to go to. We hope that our website will help our sisters and brothers in faith to celebrate the Holy Mass live online wherever they are.

Please consider a donation to help us cover the costs of this website.

May God Bless You,

Volunteers of Mass-online.org

 

 

167 Responses to Holy Masses live online

  1. Rebecca says:

    Thanks to those praying for the ill or suffering. I took a fall and broke both ankles. One in 3 places!

    Online live Mass is a God-send, and so are those praying for the relief of those suffering.

    There is another surgery coming up the first part of December. I am going totally stir-crazy!

    God’s blessings over you all!

  2. Patricia Mary says:

    I needed the Mass of the Ages, and low and behold I found Sacred Heart, Limerick.
    Thank you Oh merciful God.

  3. John George says:

    We are in November and the time for giving is coming. Again , I like to remind bretheren to give [to the Altar] where we are nourished. Parish priests have a lot of expenses with regards to the upkeep of the altar which includes all the necessary payments needed for full time and part-time workers. The pandemic has the propensity to make us forget to ‘give’ to the altar. And not often are we reminded that the coffers are going down.
    May we be blessed in Giving to the Altar

  4. Carmela Chetcuti says:

    Thank you for providing this. I nearly died from Covid and having recovered now suffer long term effects. Since I was in hospital and rehab for do long I was blessed to go to Mass through your website. God bless you a thousand fold!!

  5. Anthony Menon says:

    A very good idea

  6. David P Carroll says:

    Pray For The Suffering.

    Everyone day we’ll stop
    And pray for the sick
    And suffering today
    And we’ll light a candle
    And pray for them every
    Night that the Lord Jesus Christ
    Heals them tonight Amen.

    David P Carroll.

  7. Mary Ellen says:

    Thank you for this website. It helps to support my faith as I join others around the world celebrating the gift of the mass. Thank you to all in the various parishes who work to deliver the mass over the web.

  8. Maria R says:

    In need of a spiritual anchor, as I am always on a boat somewhere, I truly appreciate this website. In my exotic travels, life can get quite hectic. I am truly grateful for a place to get together with my family and friends. God bless!

  9. Mandy Miller says:

    I’m actually truly blessed! In 93, Pope John Paul II Blessed me and Kissed me on my forehead at the Vatican!

  10. Fr.John Walker,Sr.,O.F.M. says:

    This is Fr.John Walker,Sr.,O.F.M. I am setting in my desk watching Holy Mass on-Line everyday around the clock 24Hour/ 7days it’s really help me alot..I know God is watching me everyday while I Was in my Office pray Holy Mass on website on line.God Blesses You..

  11. Erlinda says:

    Mass for healing for Eleanor

  12. John George says:

    One thing to remember is to give [to the Altar] where you are nourished. Parish priests have a lot of expenses with regards to the upkeep of the altar which includes all the necessary payments needed for full time workers. The pandemic has the propensity to make us forget to ‘give’ to the altar. And not often are we reminded that the coffers are going down.

  13. Daniel Nathan Bun says:

    Our Father which art in heaven,
    Hallowed be thy name.
    Thy kingdom come,
    Thy will be done in earth,
    as it is in heaven.
    Give us this day our daily bread.
    And forgive us our debts,
    as we forgive our debtors.
    And lead us not into temptation,
    but deliver us from evil:
    For thine is the kingdom,
    and the power, and the glory,
    for ever. Amen.

  14. MV Campo says:

    This platform is a great relief since the pandemic started. It facilitated my daily masses as our churches were not allowed to have physical liturgical celebrations during the 1st lockdown (Mar 2020) for some months and currently on our 2nd lockdown (Mar 22-present). Being connected to the ultimate source of life and inspiration – Jesus in the Holy Eucharist, it’s easier to live these uncertain days with optimism, love, faith and hope. Kudos to mass-online.org. May God bless all your efforts and keep you all safe. Thank you so much. Best wishes from the warm city of Manila, Philippines.

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