You will recall that as we entered Holy Week, we made the difficult decision to stop recording live liturgies at the Collaborative. At that point in time, with the public health crisis escalating rapidly and our available technology somewhat limited, we knew that we would not be able to gather to provide these services while keeping everyone safe and complying with social distancing directives. We then launched a new weekly feature called “Together in Prayer: Our Weekly Celebration of the Word with our Faith Community”, a video compilation with readings from our lectors, homilies from our priests, and music from familiar voices.
Cardinal Seán to Celebrate Mass for Divine Mercy Sunday Cardinal Seán will celebrate Mass for Divine Mercy Sunday this Sunday, April 19, from the Cathedral of the Holy Cross. The Mass will be aired on Sunday morning at 8:00am on WLVI-TV CW56, and at 11:30am on CatholicTV (rebroadcast at 7:00pm.) Divine Mercy Devotion Beginning at 12:00pm on CatholicTV Cardinal Seán invites all Catholics to finish out the Octave of Easter by spending time with the merciful Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament. Join CatholicTV at 12:00pm for Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament, a novena of prayers, Scripture readings and reflection, the Stations of the Cross and the
It has truly been a joy to be able to provide a recorded celebration of the Mass for the past two Sundays for our parishes. We hope that seeing and hearing familiar faces and voices helped as we transitioned into this new reality. As we began to think about and plan for Palm Sunday and Holy Week, it became clear very quickly that we would not be able to gather together to provide these services while keeping everyone safe and complying with social distancing directives. Further, our limited technical resources would prevent us from being able to provide these services
Please join us for our first virtual Mass! This Mass for the 4th Sunday of Lent was recorded at St. Paul Church and concelebrated by Fr. Jim and Fr. Robert. The Mass will be available on our website beginning at 4:00pm today, Saturday, March 21, and will continue to be available all weekend. While we must remain physically distant, we can continue to be close spiritually with God, with our parishes, and with each other. Click here to download a worship aid for the Mass. Disclaimer: This video was recorded with just the celebrants, four musicians (who also served as lector