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
9:30 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
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)
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
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
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