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Weekly Roundup



Fr. Mike’s Homily from the Fourth Sunday in Lent – God Shows Up
(22 minutes)




What Is Our Daily Bread?
(11 minutes)


God’s Ways Are Not Our Ways
(6 minutes)



This Is the Way Back to God
(9 minutes)


Staying Catholic While Stuck at Home
(8 minutes)




The Fear behind Closed Doors
(32 minutes)


Be My Guest: Fr. Brad Doyle on Birth Control for Medical Reasons and Male Fertility Tests
(41 minutes)



How to Set Healthy Boundaries
(43 minutes)


Early Church and Evangelization with Dr. Scott Hahn
(47 minutes)



A Rule for Your Domestic Monastery
(13 minutes)


Jesus in the Midst of Suffering with Dr. Marcellino D’Ambrosio
(28 minutes)




Talking to Children about Coronavirus
(7 minutes)


Living Lent During the
Coronavirus Situation

(9 minutes)




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Online Daily Mass


In recent weeks, the coronavirus outbreak has had a profound impact on countries around the world—and, increasingly, here in the United States.

In light of measures being taken to contain the outbreak and avoid further illness, many of us may be hesitant to leave our homes. In many areas, Mass and other church services may not be available.

It is at this exact moment that our faith is most needed.

In an effort to continue the practice of our faith in these trying times, I would like to invite you to join us online for daily Mass.

Beginning today, Tuesday, March 17, Word on Fire will be offering daily Mass for the foreseeable future.

Join me, or Word on Fire CEO Fr. Steve Grunow, right here

If you cannot attend Mass or join us online, I encourage you to read the Gospels, pray with your families, and join yourself to the Eucharist—the source and summit of our Catholic faith—by making an act of spiritual communion like the one recommended by Archbishop Gomez: "I wish, my Lord, to receive you with the purity, humility, and devotion with which your most holy Mother received you, with the spirit and fervor of the saints."

And please continue 

to pray for all those affected by the coronavirus.


+ Bishop Robert Barron

EWTN Daily Mass and Readings

Can’t make it to Holy Mass? EWTN offers the daily readings to enable viewers to accompany the Mass of the day as it is televised. They are also the perfect way to find time in your day for spiritual reflection. Listen, watch, or read from the comfort of your home. Our Catholic Daily Reading includes the readings of the day, along with online videos, and is a resource for all who desire to live a life of faith that is pleasing to our Lord. Click on the link below:  

        Salt & Light Televised Masses 

Online Resources

 “Televised Mass:

Salt + Light TV has made arrangements with cable companies across Canada (Rogers, Bell, Telus, Shaw Direct, Videotron) to make Salt + Light TV available free of charge to all subscribers until May 1, 2020.

Anyone who subscribes to Cable TV will be able to access Salt + Light TV, and therefore to tune in for the Daily TV Mass, and Sunday TV Mass, produced by the National Catholic Broadcasting Council.

Salt + Light TV is also televising the daily Mass celebrated by Pope Francis from Casa Santa Marta. This airs every day at 9:00 am and will be televised in both English and French.

“La Messe du jour” produced and televised by Salt + Light TV from the crypt at Saint Joseph Oratory in Montreal will now be televised on Sundays through arrangements with the Archdiocese of Montreal, enabling everyone access to the televised Mass in both French and English seven days a week.

The channel number for each cable company that carries Salt + Light TV can be found at 

Please note that the Daily TV Mass is also available on other faith-based television networks besides Salt + Light TV.  The various networks and Mass times can be found at 

Resources for Mass – PDF:
During this time, the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops (CCCB) has given permission to Novalis to post PDF copies of the pages from Living with Christ and Prions en Église for each upcoming Sunday Mass, and for Daily Mass on their website.  You may download the pages for free until March 29. Thereafter, availability of the pages will then be re-assessed, based on the situation at that time.

Please click on the following links for the English and French PDF versions of the Sunday Mass Readings and prayers from Novalis: 

Living with Christ, English Canadian edition: 

Prions en Église, French Canadian edition:

The approved version for Canada of the Scriptural texts for Mass are likewise readily available on the website for the Association épiscopale liturgique pour les pays francophones (AELF) at

FORMED Catholic Resources
This is a comprehensive resource of all things Catholic.  There are numerous movies, reflections, Bible studies, documentaries . . ..  Right now they are offering 40 days FREE to everyone. They even have Brother Francis videos, which are really appealing to children, including to God's children of older years.

This is a difficult and unprecedented time for all of us.


As Catholics, we are suddenly faced with our parish doors being locked and limited access to the sacraments. This can be very disheartening. Now more than ever, we must hold fast to the great virtue of Hope.


In the words of Pope St. John Paul II “Do not be afraid. Open wide the doors for Christ.” We must open the doors of our hearts to Christ and trust in the Lord who will give us everything we need.


In an effort to assist Catholics everywhere, we are opening our doors to make the FORMED platform free to everyone for the next 40 days. Sign up today and get immediate access to the best Catholic movies, faith formation videos, audio talks, and great children’s videos.

If you are a parent with children home from school, make sure to utilize 

our faith formation curriculum. If you are already a FORMED subscriber, 

please consider sharing this opportunity with your friends and loved ones.


Click here to access FORMED and connect with your faith via iOS, 

Android, desktop, connected TV (TVOS and ROKU) or XBOX. 

As we are gathered together in our homes, this can be a tremendous 

opportunity to watch something as a family that will inspire hope and 

remind us all that the Lord will provide for us even through these 

difficult times.

Pray for us. We are praying for you.

— The FORMED Team

The Quarantined Catholic Hub

What to Do if You Can't Go to Mass

What can we do if we’re unable to attend Mass and receive the Eucharist? Remember, Jesus is still present in His Church—in tabernacles, with His priests, and in a very real and powerful way, in Scripture.

This is an opportunity for great spiritual growth. And the St. Paul Center has created something entirely original for this moment—
the Quarantined Catholic Hub.

On the Quarantined Catholic Hub, you’ll find all the resources you need to continue growing with the Lord no matter where you are.

Take advantage of this time to increase your devotion to the Blessed Sacrament, explore the richness of Sacred Scripture, and deepen your understanding of the faith.

Explore all the great content on the Hub today!