10 tristate dioceses offering Easter Sunday Mass livestreams
As social distancing orders stay in place through the Easter holiday, dioceses across the tristate are finding virtual ways to reach congregants.
Many are offering livestreaming of Masses via their websites and Facebook pages.
Below find links to the livestreams of 10 tristate dioceses:
Archdiocese of New York:Click here
to find a list of parish livestreams by region.
St. Patrick's Cathedral will live stream its Easter Sunday Mass at 10 a.m. Click here
to find the livestream.
Diocese of Brooklyn:Click here
to find the schedule and livestream of Masses. The schedule includes services in different languages, including Italian, Creole, Polish, Spanish, Korean and Mandarin.
Diocese of Rockville Centre:
The diocese has Mass from St. Agnes Cathedral Monday-Friday at 8:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. and on Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. See livestream here
Archdiocese of Newark:Click here
for the livestream. You can also download a worship aid here
Diocese of Trenton:Click here
to see the list of parishes that will have virtual services on Easter Sunday.
Diocese of Camden:
Bishop Dennis Sullivan will celebrate Easter Sunday Mass at 10:30 a.m. It will be broadcast via the Diocese of Camden Facebook
Diocese of Paterson:
Bishop Arthur J. Serratelli will celebrate Easter Sunday Mass at 11 a.m. St. Paul Inside the Walls via Facebook
Archdiocese of Hartford:
The Archdiocese of Hartford will have services available in English and Spanish online, television and on the radio. See a list here
. As a bonus, in its website you can also see 3D tours
of some of the archdiocese churches.
Diocese of Bridgeport:
Easter Sunday Mass will be celebrated at 8 a.m. via its Facebook
Diocese of Norwich:Click here
to see the diocese's livestream and a list of parishes that will have virtual services on Easter Sunday.
Pope Francis will say Easter Sunday Mass from Saint Peter's Basilica. To see the livestream click here
News 12+ will have a service at noon from Newark, New Jersey. Below find links to News 12+ livestreams.
If you are looking for a virtual Mass from your town, contact your local church.
Here are tips from The Valley Catholic
to help you prepare for and fully participate in a virtual Mass:
Before Mass Begins:
Find a quiet place at home to set up your computer.
Be on time.
Participate in the Mass.
No food and drinks.
Turn off cellphones or other devices.
Do not talk to others in your home during the Mass.
Pray after Mass
Make your Sunday Offertory online or by mail.