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Daily Masses


Saturday Mass | 24th Week | Ordinary Time

Catholic Mass celebrated by Father Jack Lynch at Toronto's Loretto Abbey for Saturday, September 22, 2018.


Friday Mass | Saint Matthew

Catholic Mass celebrated by Father Walter Carreiro of Cambridge, MA on September 21, 2018. Today, the church honors apostle and evangelist Saint Matthew.


Thursday Mass | Korean Martyrs

Catholic Mass celebrated by Father Kevin Leaver of Peabody, MA on September 20, 2018.

Today, the church remembers Saints Andrew Kim Tae-gon, Paul Chong Ha-sang, and their companions, Korean martyrs.


Wednesday Mass | 24th Week | Ordinary Time

Catholic Mass celebrated by Father Joseph Costantino of Chestnut Hill, MA on September 19, 2018.


Tuesday Mass | 24th Week | Ordinary Time

Catholic Mass celebrated by Father Paul Ring of West/East Bridgewater, MA on September 18, 2018.


Monday Mass | Saint Robert Bellarmine

Father Adrian Milik from Saint Jude Parish in Waltham, MA celebrates CatholicTV Mass on September 17, 2018.


Sunday Mass | 24th Week | Ordinary Time

Father Thomas Macdonald celebrates Catholic Mass for Sunday, September 16, 2018.


Saturday Mass | Telethon

Bishop Robert Reed prays the CatholicTV Mass for telethon Saturday.


Friday Mass | Telethon

Catholic Mass celebrated by Bishop Robert Reed for September 14, 2018.

Please support the 2018 CatholicTV Telethon with a secure online donation or call 617-910-4883 to make a pledge.


Thursday Mass | Saint John Chrysostom

Catholic Mass celebrated by Father Charles Connolly, SJ on September 13, 2018.

Weekly Masses


Sunday Mass | 25th Week | Ordinary Time

Catholic Mass celebrated from the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington, D.C., for the Twenty-fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time.


V Encuentro | Saturday Afternoon Plenary Session

Saturday afternoon plenary session from V Encuentro. Keynote address by Bishop Arturo Cepeda: A Church That Bears Fruit Part II: Liberation and Renewal Revealed.


V Encuentro | Inter-regional Reporting Session

Inter-regional reporting session from V Encuentro.


V Encuentro | Saturday Mass

Cardinal Seán O'Malley celebrates Mass at V Encuentro on Saturday, September 22, 2018.


V Encuentro | Saturday Morning Plenary Session

V Encuentro Saturday Morning Plenary Session with Blase Cardinal Cupich, presider.

Keynote Address from Bishop Oscar Cantú: A Church That Bears Fruit Part I: Let the Word Take Flesh


V Encuentro | Saint Matthew Mass

Archbishop Wilton Gregory presides and Bishop Gerald Barnes is the homilist for this Mass from V Encuentro in Texas.


V Encuentro | Friday Morning Session

From V Encuenro in Texas, Bishop Michael Olson leads prayers. Presentation by Joseph William Cardinal Tobin.


V Encuentro | Friday Afternoon Plenary Session

Friday afternoon plenary session with a presentation by Bishop Daniel Flores.


V Encuentro | Regional Reporting Plenary Session

Regional Reporting Plenary Session from V Encuentro.


V Encuentro | Plenary Session Report | Part 2

Part two of the regional reporting plenary session from V Encuentro.

Helpful Resources

Information and resources for a more enriching Holy Mass experience.

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4 Prayers for When You Feel Lost

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Both Species

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A Reflection on Ordinary Time

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The Most Sacred Heart of Jesus. text: by Erin Butler

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A Reflection on the Eucharist for Corpus Christi

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Catholic Classroom: Why is Mary the Mother of the Church?

Catholic Classroom: Mary, Mother of the Church

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The Ascension of the Lord

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Catholic Classroom: How long does the Easter season last?

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Catholic Classroom: What is the significance of the Paschal candle?

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Catholic Classroom: Understanding the Mass

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Catholic Classroom: Why We Go to Mass

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Catholic Classroom: The Real Presence

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Catholic Classroom: The Colors of Liturgical Vestments

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Your Guide to Holy Week

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A Lenten Service of Prayer and Song

Lenten service with Ursuline Academy choir featuring readings and prayer with choral pieces and communal hymns to reflect upon.
Father Richard Erikson offers this Memorial Day Reflection.

Memorial Day Reflection

Father Richard Erikson offers this Memorial Day Reflection.

Standing in Prayer

Bishop Christopher Coyne reflects on the humanity of standing, and how that posture plays a role in our prayers and worship of God, in whose image we're made.

Stations of the Cross | Father Frank

Father Frank McFarland reflects on Jesus' road to Calvary where he was crucified on the cross.
Father Richard Erikson speaks about the military background of Saint Francis of Assisi

Saint Francis of Assisi

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Kerry Weber | Lent and Mercy

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Ash Wednesday, Lent, Wisdom Wednesday, Scripture

Wisdom of Ashes | Ash Wednesday

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Our Father

Saint John XXIII Seminary Scola chants the Our Father at the CatholicTV telethon.  
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