If your parish is not live-streaming Mass, here are five places Mass can be streamed or watched, in a variety of time zones, languages, and rites:
EWTN broadcasts daily and Sunday Mass live, and the network's YouTube channel contains videos of nearly all of the television channel's programming, including daily and Sunday Masses.
LiveMass.net is an apostolate of the Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter (FSSP), and the website streams the Tridentine Mass (also known as the extraordinary form) five times each weekday and eight times each Sunday. In addition to Masses, the website also occasionally streams compline, vespers, and a Holy Hour. An exact schedule can be found on the website.
Catholic Information Center
The Catholic Information Center, an apostolate of Opus Dei located in Washington, D.C., will be streaming daily Mass, as well as a rosary and Eucharistic adoration, each weekday on their website, YouTube, Facebook, and Twitter, starting at 9:30 a.m. EDT. Click here for their YouTube channel.
Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels
The Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels, the seat of the Archbishop of Los Angeles, streams Mass live in both English and Spanish on Sundays, and in English throughout the week. Past Masses are then uploaded to the cathedral's YouTube channel.
Archdiocese of Chicago
Due to the threat of COVID-19, the Archdiocese of Chicago announced that daily Mass from St. Joseph's Chapel will be streamed each day starting March 17. Sunday Mass is streamed in English, Spanish, and Polish on the archdiocese's website.
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