How to Stream Easter Mass 2020 at the Vatican, St. Patrick’s Cathedral, and More
Easter is here – although it is a little different this year. During the vacation we usually get together with friends and family dinner and Egg hunt In 2020, almost everyone in the world will spend it alone or with their immediate family. But just because we’re physically separate doesn’t mean we can’t still connect to our communities – and that includes our religious ones.
In these unprecedented times, churches near and far have broadcast live masses, music, and prayers to help their church members keep in touch with God and each other. Visit your local church’s website, Facebook, or YouTube on this Easter Sunday to see if there is a Livestream service there. Or, if you prefer, attend a virtual Easter Sunday mass in one of these world-famous churches or television options. You can connect any of these live streams to your TV using an HDMI cable or AirPlay.
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How to broadcast the Easter Sunday Mass live in the Vatican:
Most of the years, the Pope hosts an open-air Easter Sunday Mass in St. Peter’s Square in the Vatican in Rome – and usually thousands of people take part. Of course, this isn’t the case this year, but you can still celebrate with Pope Francis. The fair begins at 11:00 a.m.CEST (5:00 a.m.CET) and will be broadcast live at the fair Vatican website. The entire celebration takes place in St. Peter’s Basilica.
In his Palm Sunday Mass on April 5th, Pope Francis said: “The tragedy we are experiencing prompts us to take the serious things seriously and not to get involved in the less important ones. To find out that life has no use if Let us not address those who are suffering and who are most in need. Let us not care about what we lack, but what we can do for others. “
How to watch the Easter fair on TV:
One of the most popular ways to stream masses online is with Catholic television. This service offers a variety of live and recorded masses. Check out the daily schedule so you can choose the Easter Sunday Mass that best suits your preferences and schedule. Stream churches online and Christian world media offer similar services.
US churches hosting Easter Sunday Mass online:
Many churches across the country are hosting a virtual Easter Sunday Mass this year. So check your local community’s website to see what they offer. Here is a selection of services that you can broadcast live at home from churches across the country.
- Grace Cathedral, San Francisco, California: The fair begins at 11 a.m. and will be broadcast on the livestream Cathedral site. It will contain hymns and hymns sung by a quartet of cathedral choir singers.
- St. Andrew’s Cathedral, Honolulu, Hawaii: Visit the cathedral Facebook site at 10 a.m. HST for a live streaming fair with special guests.
- Our Lady’s Cathedral, Baltimore, Maryland: Mass will Livestream on YouTube at 12 noon; It will also be broadcast locally on WBAL Channel 11.
- St. Louis Cathedral Basilica, St. Louis, Missouri: Will be live stream on the fair Cathedral site at 8 a.m. CDT.
- Cathedral Basilica of the Sacred Heart, Newark, New Jersey: Join Cardinal Tobin for Crowd on YouTube at 12 p.m. ET; The cathedral will also hold mass at 8 a.m. (in English) and 10 a.m. (in Spanish) Facebook Live.
- Cathedral Basilica of Saint Francis of Assisi, Santa Fe, New Mexico: Archbishop Wester will be the host Crowd on YouTube at 10 a.m.GMT; The fair takes place at 8 a.m. in Spanish.
- St. Patrick’s Cathedral, New York, New York: The fair takes place at 10 a.m.CET and will be broadcast on the livestream Cathedral site.
- St. Luke and St. Paul Cathedral: Charleston, South Carolina: Easter Sunday Mass will be at 10:30 a.m.CET on Cathedral site.
- Washington National Cathedral, Washington, DC: The fair begins at 11:15 a.m.ET on Cathedral site;; An organ concert takes place at 2 p.m.