Daily Holy Mass live online

Daily catholic Holy Mass live online

If you want to watch the online broadcast of the Holy Mass click in the church name in the calendar below.


424 Responses to Daily Holy Mass live online

  1. Toby says:

    Knock Parish Church: 20th January 2021

    Thank you for that marvellous, life-changing Mass.

  2. john says:

    Thank you Guilford, 10 am Mass
    Wednesday this week, the Mass was truly awesome, thank you Father, and thank you Tech – I loved the camera work; it definitely increases the intimacy of the viewer and performed so well we were almost not aware of your presence. Colour is amazing and enhancing, helps in bringing us closer.
    For us all; l sincerely hope and pray for better times ahead.

  3. Mikey says:

    It would be nice to have a link to the parish/church and/of the priest’s name so we can pray for them.It’s is also nice to have some info one favorite parish in India, Australia, FL…places we cannot go to(virus or not). I am very grateful to all involved in getting these Masses available. I hope they remain online for those of us who don’t have the ability to go physically. Going physically is best but praying online when l can is better than not at all. I am grateful. Thank you. PS…love your antispam question!!

  4. Jim Huber says:

    Many thanks to St Charles Parish, Hartland, WI for your live streamed Mass today.

    Special gratitude to the celebrant for his inspiring homily about his childhood friend and the gospel’s reminder to identify and pursue our calling to make a positive difference in the world.

    Whoever played the beautiful piano music after the closing hymn has certainly found and embraced his/her calling. Thank you!

  5. Toby says:

    Knock Parish Church: 13th January 2021

    My thanks again to the lady cantor who sang and responded to this mass. God has given her great gifts.

    One misstep I have to mention. The technician pulled the plug on the livestream seconds before the end of the (amazing!) recessional hymn. This was very jarring. I hope he caught his bus ok.

  6. Camille Fischer says:

    Thank you to the Parish of St. Peter in Naples Florida for a beautiful mass of love, thoughtfulness, and positiveness that a quiet moment of prayer any time of the day can be the most moving. I am nurse, mother of 4, praying for my father who passed a week before Christmas with COVID complications and for my mother, family and friends love and light. The COVID prayer during mass was so moving. Thank you for a most peaceful time in my day today.

  7. Toby says:

    Assumption Parish (Mattese), St. Louis, MO, USA

    “Joyful, Joyful We Adore Thee” was an excellent choice of recessional hymn.

    But please don’t stop after just one verse. Your online viewers like to sing along :O)

  8. John George says:

    I would like to say how beautiful the prayed mass at the John Paul II, in Washington this morning [we are at CET – Eastern Time Zone]. I like the manner of the priest and the way he prayed the mass. The cantor, however, though he may have a good singing voice, the somber tune sounds everytime so deadly. My hope is the tone and the type of singing will change to a happier tune ! God bless the priest and the lay for the sacrifices you make for us !

  9. John George says:

    St Francis of Assisi Longmont [U.S] priests may you be continually blessed ! It was heartwarming attending the Mass this Sunday morning. The sermon, kept to a ten minute duration , was so clearly delivered expounding elements of ‘humility’ and’ forgiveness’ . How relevant and timely they seemed as if to reinforce my own convictions by approaching a neighbor on an important issue of parking space !

  10. Toby says:

    Kudos to Vancouver Cathedral. The preaching is virile, orthodox and unfraid: the experience is a little like having rocks rolled over you. This guy is not afraid of the Canadian Government :O)

    Even from a merely technical point of view: the mass at Vancouver Cathedral is an excellent livestream experience.

    *All* masses are impressive, majestic, numinous. This is because at each mass we are made present at the one and only Passion of Our Lord.

    This said: the livestream of the mass at Vancouver Cathedral is particularly engaging and effective.

    They have taken pains to create a seamlessly integrated on-screen experience: using various camera angles, detail focus shots and so on. They’ve done what they can to remove the distance between us and Holy Mass. Well done!

  11. Toby says:

    Knock Parish Church: 7th January 2021

    My heartfelt thanks to the lady cantor with the thrillingly beautiful voice. She sang & responded during the Mass and the preceding Rosary.

    We recently lost someone dear to us, and hearing an extraordinary voice like hers has been a great consolation.

    (Thank you to the technician. You waited to end the livestream until after a suitable period had passed after the end of the recessional hymn. We appreciate your attention to detail)

  12. Susie says:

    I am so very grateful for this site. It has gotten me through this pandemic and still does. I connect most each and every day. I have ‘attended’ mass all around the world at various times of the day and night. Truly thankful. May God bless you and yours.

  13. Toby says:

    Knock Shrine, Ireland – it’s *really good* that you have hymns during and at the end of mass. We can all join in the singing!

    However: if you do have a recesssional hymn please take care that the live stream ends *after* the end of that hymn.


  14. Elizabeth says:

    The Mass at Syracuse Parish, 9pm London UK time was lively and uplifting. The music was Excellent and the sermon too. Thanks so much.


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