During the Coronavirus pandemic, this page will be updated on an ongoing basis to highlight Mass times and resources for spiritual formation.
2:00am EST - Vatican Mass
8:15am EST - Word on Fire Chapel Mass
9:00am EST – St. John Cantius, Chicago, Extraordinary Form Low Mass (Latin)
9:30 EST – Catholic Information Center Mass
10am-12pm EST - CIC Adoration
11:30 EST – Notre Dame Basilica Mass
12pm EST - CIC Rosary
1pm EST - St. Mary's Catholic Center, Texas A&M
3pm EST - Napa Institute Mass
5:30pm EST – St. John Cantius, Chicago, Daily Rosary and Vespers
8 pm EST - St. John Cantius, Chicago, Compline (Divine Office Night Prayers)
8:30pm EST (Wednesdays) - St. John Cantius,Chicago, Extraordinary Form Low Mass (Latin)
8:30pm EST (Fridays) - St. John Cantius,Chicago, Stations of the Cross
6am EST Holy Cross, Belfast Mass
8am EST Holy Cross, Belfast Mass
10 am EST Notre Dame Basilica
10:15 EST St. Patrick’s Cathedral, New York City
11 am EST – St. Mary’s Catholic Center, Texas A&M
National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception –
12 pm EST - Mass
1:15pm EST - Adoration (following Mass)
2:30pm EST - Rosary
3pm EST - Divine Mercy Chaplet (following Rosary)
3:20pm - EST Benediction (following Chaplet)
1:30pm EST – St. John Cantius, Chicago,Extraordinary Form High Mass (Latin)
2:00 pm EST – St. Cecelia, La Misa en Espanol
3:00pm EST – Holy Cross, Belfast
7:30 EST – St. Charles Borromeo, La Misa en Espanol
NLI Series, Faith-Based Organizations and the Coronavirus Pandemic
Aquinas 101 Lectures (Tuesdays)
Formed - Movies, programs, audio, and books to support Catholics in spiritual journey.
Apostolic Penitentiary Decree on Special Indulgences during COVID-19
Thirty Day Ignatian Retreat via Podcast
Lenten Retreat with Cardinal Seán O’Malley
Magnificat Online missal, now available free of charge
January 16, 2023 | Faith-based nonprofit organizations should recognize whether they are obligated to follow the requirements under the Fair Labor Standards Act (“FLSA”).
December 13, 2022 | Faith-based nonprofits will likely face more lawsuits and government actions challenging religious freedom after Congress passed the Respect for Marriage Act (RMA) repealing the Defense of Marriage Act of 1996. The RMA impacts faith-based organizations in two specific situations. Both relate to interactions between the faith-based organizations’ work and the state and federal government. The threats to faith-based organizations remain despite language in the RMA purporting to protect religious freedom. Both supporters and skeptics of the RMA agree that the RMA’s religious freedom language has no “meaningful effect.” Below are key questions and “known unknowns” related to the RMA’s impact on faith-based nonprofits.
November 22, 2022 | At first glance, the voting requirements in a nonprofit’s bylaws may not seem an exciting topic. Most nonprofits have not seriously considered their bylaws, perhaps because they have inherited old bylaws, copied the bylaws of another company, or even originated their bylaws from a quick internet search! If any of these scenarios applies to your organization, your organizations’ bylaws may include director voting requirements not tailor-made to your preferences or the specific needs of your organization.