Online Mass for the 24th Sunday of Ordinary Time
For those parishioners whose health and risk status prevents them from joining us at Mass this weekend, I promised to continue to send out this weekly email until Bishop Noonan rescinds his current lifting of the Sunday obligation.
However, online Mass can never replace in person participation in the Mass and reception of the Holy Eucharist!
If you are healthy and able to attend Mass, you are encouraged to do so!
Holy Spirit Mass schedule
Saturday (Sunday Vigil) 4pm
Sunday 8:30am and 11am
Parable of the Unforgiving Servant, Claude Vignon, 1629, Musée des Beaux-Arts de Tours
For Saturday evening, a Vigil Mass option from St. Charles Borromeo in
Port Charlotte, FL. Scheduled to go live at 4pm tomorrow.
Or consider one of the Masses below. They are
and available now:
1) Celebrant & Homilist: Rev. Richard Mullins
Choir: Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception Choir Cantor & Organist, Washington, D.C.
2) Fr. Tim Kitzke and Fr. John Baumgardner
Old St. Mary Church, Milwaukee, WI
Live Mass options for Sunday
CCTN of Central Florida
Live streaming from Holy Family in Orlando at 8:45am.
Mass with Fr. Mike Schmitz at 10am
Mass at Noon from the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception
in Washington D.C.
Saint John Paul II National Shrine at 2pm
Interested in a Latin Mass?
Click on the image above. Mass times below.
St. John Cantius
is a unique church in the Archdiocese of Chicago—helping many discover a profound sense of the Sacred through solemn liturgies and devotions, treasures of sacred art, and liturgical music.
The historic landmark church is one of the best examples of sacred architecture in the city. Located in the heart of Chicago, it is accessible by car, bus, or subway.
12:00 pm ET
—Latin High Mass (Ordinary Form)
1:30 pm ET
—Latin High Mass (Extraordinary Form)
Have a great weekend! - Chris
on Friday, September 11 at 2:05PM