creating a Catholic streaming directory

TV_Guide_LogoWith so many people in quarantine, no public Masses, etc, initiatives to livestream events such as the Mass, the Rosary, Stations of the Cross, etc. are popping up everywhere.

It occurred to me that it might be helpful to consolidate some of the relevant links and order them by hour, kind of like an online TV guide, so people can find the resources in one place at any time of day.

I haven’t exactly worked out what the user interface will be, but I will make it in a format that is mobile-friendly and doesn’t require logging in to a service like Facebook.

In this effort, I could use your help. If you have any suggestions, please add them in the comments box. Thanks in advance for your assistance!

NOTE: I don’t plan on creating an exhaustive directory of every parish that’s live-streaming the Mass. I think there are dozens… if not hundreds… of parishes doing this for their congregations. If you’re looking for your own parish’s streaming events, I recommend you start by visiting the website for your parish.

UPDATE (3/19/2020): There is now a plenary indulgence that can be obtained by participating in these streaming prayer events, under the usual conditions. Click here for details.

Daily Mass

8:15 am Eastern Time

Bishop Robert Barron writes:
Friends, in an effort to continue the practice of our faith in these trying times, when many parishes have closed due to restrictions around the coronavirus, we invite you to join us online for daily Mass from my chapel. The celebrant will either be myself or Fr. Steve Grunow, the CEO at Word on Fire. You can find all the videos at


Join Rosary Army soldiers around the world in praying the Rosary for your personal intentions, as well as for healing, peace, and an end to the coronavirus pandemic.


One thought on “creating a Catholic streaming directory

  1. Bring Church into home

    24 Hour Livestream – St. John the Baptist Catholic Church, Excelsior, MN

    Pray before Tabernacle

    Livestream Mass Schedule
    Sunday: 8:00am and 10:00am
    Tuesday: 5:30pm
    Wednesday & Thursday: 8:00am
    Friday: 9:00am
    Saturday: 8:00am and 5:00pm (anticipatory)

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