"We are aware that you can get cheap equipment in. But why?" he asked. "If you're going to do the job, do it correctly. We've got decent quality cameras. We pick up the sound directly off the church sound systems. And we then stream the system out. A link is put on the parish website."
Fulgoni explained that he had entered the electronics business after a chance encounter at Mass.
"My own faith led me to install sound systems in churches," he said. "Twenty-sixish years ago I was in Mass one evening and I said to the lady who was standing beside me that I couldn't quite hear what the priest was saying. And she smiled and said: 'Neither can I.'"
Fulgoni told her that he could help to improve the sound. The next day she rang him and invited him to meet the local pastor to discuss the problem.
"Had I not been in Mass that Sunday evening, the chances are that I wouldn't be doing what I'm doing at the moment," he said.
Although the lockdown is easing in Wales, churches remain closed with no reopening date. Fulgoni and his colleagues have returned to work on a part-time basis. They set up a camera at another parish June 11 and hope to install more in the coming weeks.
Reflecting on the future of livestreamed Masses, he said: "My feeling is that it will endure. I believe there will still be a proportion of the people who for whatever reason -- very likely through infirmity -- won't be able to physically get into church. And why should they be excluded?"
"I'm humbled to think that I'm involved in this. I'm so acutely aware of what it means to many people, particularly some of the old folks who genuinely wouldn't be able to get to Mass."