updated October 5, 2020
Worship@home Do you have kids and you can't imagine them sitting through an online Mass? Maybe it's time you tried your own family worship service! Worship@home provides a step-by-step service for you to do with your family - includes music, the Sunday readings, a video to illustrate the readings, and discussion points so you can even reflect on the readings with your family. Check out the short video below to see how Worship@home works!
CathKids CathKids is a weekly interactive experience with a short animated video on the Sunday reading, questions to stimulate discussion, a simple activity, and prayer. It’s perfect for use at home. We used these videos at times during our parish faith formation program. From now until June 30, CathKids is offering free access because they know that now, more than ever, spending time with the Lord and as a family is especially important.
Engaging Ideas: Are you going a bit stir-crazy at home with your young children? Here's an article on navigating coronavirus as a parent. You may also like to read Life Under Lockdown from US Catholic. If you are looking for crafts to do, or homeschooling tips (we are all homeschoolers now!) check out Catholic Icing.
Prepare for the Mass: During the COVID-19 outbreak, Living with Christ is providing
complimentary access to the complete daily Masses texts and commentaries in digital format, to help families and individuals in their prayer life.
Our own Archbishop LeGatt will be offering livestreamed Masses, that you can find on the archdiocesan website
Daily Mass is streamed on Salt and Light TV.
Check out the Mass streamed from Church of the Nativity -- this is the "Rebuilt" Church that we are modelling our parish vision on. The music is awesome - very upbeat "praise & worship" style.
Fr. Mike Schmitz and host Colin MacIver explore various topics and share their insights. Go to Ascension Presents
Even if you are isolated at home, you can still spend time with Jesus by doing an hour of on-line Eucharistic Adoration, produced by the Daughters of St. Paul (the media nuns). Just scroll down the page until you come to a youtube video.
Living Faith magazine is currently giving free access to their daily reflections.
In an effort to assist Catholics everywhere, FORMED is offering a free trial. Sign up to get immediate access to the best Catholic movies, faith formation videos, audio talks, and great children’s videos.