Previously Recorded Liturgies

While we must remain physically distant, we can continue to be close spiritually – with God, with our parishes, and with each other.
 

August 9: Mass for the Nineteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time

 

August 2: Mass for the Eighteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time

 

July 26: Mass for the Seventeenth Sunday in Ordinary Time

 

July 19: Mass for the Sixteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time

 

July 12: Mass for the Fifteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time

 

July 5: Mass for the Fourteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time

 

June 28: Mass for the Thirteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time

 

June 21: Mass for the Twelfth Sunday in Ordinary Time

 

June 14: Mass for Corpus Christi Sunday

 

June 7: Mass for Holy Trinity Sunday

May 31: Mass for Pentecost Sunday

May 24: Mass for the 7th Sunday of  Easter

May 17: Mass for the 6th Sunday of  Easter

 

May 10: Mass for the 5th Sunday of  Easter

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Please note: We recommend if you are watching on your laptop that you do so with headphones or external speakers, as it will significantly improve the sound quality for your experience.

 

May 3: Fourth Sunday of Easter – Together in Prayer: Our Celebration of the Word with our Faith Community

 

April 26: Third Sunday of Easter – Together in Prayer: Our Celebration of the Word with our Faith Community

 

April 19: Divine Mercy Sunday – Together in Prayer: Our Celebration of the Word with our Faith Community

 

April 12: Easter Sunday – Together in Prayer: Our Celebration of the Word with our Faith Community

 

 

April 10: Good Friday – Stations of the Cross from St. John the Evangelist Church

 

 

April 5: Palm Sunday – Together in Prayer: Our Weekly Celebration of the Word with our Faith Community

 

 

March 29: Mass for the 5th Sunday of Lent

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March 22: Mass for the 4th Sunday of Lent

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Disclaimer: This video was recorded with just the celebrants, four musicians (who also served as lector and cantor), and a single staff member present, using only the basic equipment we had available. Next week we will have access to additional resources, which will improve the quality of the video considerably, but we did not want to let another week go by without being able to reach out to all of you through the Mass.