Masses, Stations of the Cross, meditations in livestreams, on YouTube

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A Maryland Catholic watches from a computer screen a March 22, 2020, livestream Mass, celebrated at St. Rose of Lima Parish in Gaithersburg, Md. In his homily, Father Agustin Mateo, pastor of St. Rose, left, said we don't always see "daily miracles of God's grace in our lives until our lives are turned upside down as they are now." (CNS photo/Chaz Muth)

WASHINGTON (CNS) — As the coronavirus persists in the United States, the number of Masses, Stations of the Cross, meditations and other devotions being livestreamed by U.S. dioceses, parishes and other groups around country continues to grow, especially during this Holy Week.

Churches remain closed to public celebration of the Mass, including the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington, the nation’s preeminent Marian shrine, which is normally open to visitors 365 days of the year. It invites all Catholics to join its celebration of the Holy Triduum virtually via its website:

St. Patrick’s Cathedral in New York City also has been livestreaming Holy Week liturgies,

The homepage of the Association of Jesuit Colleges and Universities,, has links to livestreamed Masses at Jesuit college and university churches and chapels for Holy Thursday, Good Friday, Holy Saturday and Easter Sunday.

An online database called “With Your Spirit” — — lists livestreamed Masses around the country and allows Catholics to add Masses and other online services they know of to the database, which has been compiled by Michael Bayer, director of evangelization and adult formation at St. Clement Catholic Church in Chicago, with the help of many volunteers.

Here is a sampling of Masses, Stations of the Cross, meditations and other devotions being livestreamed by dioceses and other groups around country:

Eastern Time Zone

Diocese of Portland, Maine:

Archdiocese of Boston’s CatholicTV Network has daily Mass in English and Spanish (Viewers can watch at any time):

Diocese of Brooklyn, New York, offers Mass in seven languages, both live and recorded:

Ukrainian Catholic Diocese of Stamford, Connecticut:

Byzantine Catholic Archeparchy of Pittsburgh Divine Liturgies:

Daily Mass in Armenian rite:

Archdiocese of Cincinnati, Mass in English and Spanish:

Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington:

St. Augustine’s, Mother Church of African American Catholics in Washington:

Diocese of Raleigh, North Carolina, resources:

Diocese of Orlando, Florida:

Archdiocese of Miami online Masses in four languages:
Creole: 9 a.m. Sunday:

Archdiocese of Detroit:

Chaldean Diocese of St. Thomas the Apostle, Southfield, Michigan:
Live streaming Sunday Masses:
Live streaming daily Masses on our Facebook and YouTube channels.

Central Time Zone

Archdiocese of Milwaukee:

St. John’s Abbey, livestream daily 5 p.m.; Saturday: 10:30 a.m.; Sunday 11:30 a.m.:

Archdiocese of Chicago Sunday Masses in English, Spanish and Polish (anytime)

Archdiocese of Dubuque, Iowa, Mass in English, Spanish, also rosary

Archdiocese of St. Louis:

Diocese of Houma-Thibodaux, Louisiana:

Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston, English and Spanish:
Mass in Vietnamese:

Diocese of Dallas, live and recorded, English and Spanish:

Mountain Time Zone

Diocese of Cheyenne, Wyoming, Mass in English and Spanish,

Archdiocese of Denver:

Diocese of Salt Lake City:

Diocese of Phoenix:

Pacific Time Zone

Archdiocese of Portland, Oregon, Sunday Mass 11 a.m.:

Archdiocese of Seattle, daily Mass 8:30 a.m.:

Archdiocese of San Francisco:

Archdiocese of Los Angeles, 7 a.m. Spanish; 10 a.m. English:

Diocese of San Diego Diocese, English, Spanish, Vietnamese:

Alaska Time Zone

Diocese of Fairbanks, English and Spanish:

Hawaii Time Zone

Diocese of Honolulu:

Sign Language

Other Devotions

Stations of the Cross by Diocese of Little Rock, Arkansas, (anytime, recorded meditations):

Meditation/Daily Readings:

Oregon Catholic Press:
Resources for parishes:
Resources for home: