Bali churches go live-stream, Catholics, Christians, Muslims, and Hindu continue to pray to their God of choice for guidance, hope, love, peace, and devotion. This is all the norm, especially when life gets harder or fear is knocking on their door. The stealthy COVID-19 has forced Churches, mosques, synagogues, and temples around the world to make adjustments. Furthermore, these holy places have shut their doors and gone live stream allowing churchgoers to attend services around the World from home. As of now, social distancing is the only known method for battling COVID-19.
April is a Busy Month
In addition, the biggest religious holidays and ceremonies of the year are celebrated in the month of April. For example, Palm Sunday (April 5th), Passover (April 8th), Good Friday (April 10th), Ramadan (April 12), Easter (April 12),Vaisakhi/ Baisakhi Vishnu, (April 14), and Bengali New Year/ Bihu (April 14).
A New Way
Furthermore, Hindus have been urged to shut down their ceremonies, Christians and Catholics have adjusted to online streaming, Muslims suspended all mass gatherings, and Rabis in Synagogues asked its members to refrain from shaking hands and kissing religious artifacts.
Holy water has been removed from the entrances of most churches, handshakes – have been replaced by bowing, churchgoers can no longer drink wine from shared chalices, and ministers are washing and sanitizing their hands before distributing communion.
The Cardinals Way
In the mean time, Cardinal Vincent Nichols said Catholic churches were “adjusting” to minimize the spread of infection.
Cardinal Vincent Nichols Words
He said: “We are preparing for a time when the churches should not be used to gather big numbers of people together, so we might come to an end of the celebration of Mass or other services”.
However, he said:
“The presence of the church and the space that it offers will be very important in the coming months,” adding that some churches will move to live-stream services.
“Even if the priest is there with one helper, we can stream them and people can join in from home and gather if they wish on a Sunday to follow the mass and say their prayers together,” he said.
He added that:
In his view, churches would “always remain open” because they were “places where people can go, they can sit quietly, they can pray there’s, plenty of space in them and there are no health risks.”
Easter Sunday mass still can be enjoyed by churchgoers through alternative online outlets. Thanks to a number of streaming services and apps developers have designed, you and your family can stream Easter mass in the comforts and safety of your home or wherever wiffi is available.
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Furthermore, here is The link you have been waiting for. If you would like to join Donald Trump during Sunday Mass in New York City’s St. Patrick’s Cathedral. It starts on Sunday, April 26th Eastern time in the USA at 10:15 AM. In Bali that would be 10:15 pm on April 26th.This church has Live Sunday mass Every Sunday as well as other Mass’s.
Live Streaming Sunday
To summerize, most, if not all, Catholics will be unable to attend Mass for any foreseeable future. In these difficult times, priests and their lay collaborators in Jesuit ministries across the United States are offering spiritual consolation in the form of live-streaming liturgical services. Below you can find a list of Jesuit parishes, chapels, and the dates/times they will be offering weekday and Sunday Mass mostly in English and Spanish.
List Of 25 Catholic Live Streams In USA
- St. Mary’s Chapel, the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, MI – 9 a.m. (English)/10 a.m. C.D.T. (Spanish)
- Regis Jesuit High School in Aurora, CO – 7 p.m. E.D.T. (Daily)/ 12 p.m. E.D.T. (Sunday)
- Sacred Heart Mission in Chicago, IL – 8 a.m. / 7pm C.D.T. (Polish)
- Bellarmine Chapel in Cincinnati, OH – 9 a.m. E.D.T. (English)
- Church of the Gesu in Cleveland, OH – 10 a.m. E.D.T. Sunday (English)
- St. Ignatius Loyola Catholic Church in Denver, CO – 10 a.m. M.D.T.
- Blessed Sacrament Parish in Hollywood, CA – Monday-Friday 12:15 p.m. P.D.T (Daily)/ 9:15 a.m. (Spanish), 11 a.m. (English) Sunday Mass
- St. Francis Xavier Church in Missoula, MT – 10 a.m. M.D.T. Sunday
- Loyola University New Orleans Jesuit Community in New Orleans, LA – Sundays
- St. Francis Xavier Church in New York, NY – 11:30 a.m. E.D.T.
- St. Ignatius Loyola Catholic Church in New York, NY – 5:30 p.m. E.D.T.
- St. John’s Church at Creighton University in Omaha, NE – 10:30 a.m. C.D.T.
- St. Francis Xavier Parish in Phoenix, AZ – 10 a.m. P.D.T. (English) /12 p.m. P.D.T. (Spanish)
- St. Raphael the Archangel in Raleigh, NC – 9:30 a.m. E.D.T. Sunday
- St. Ignatius in San Francisco, CA – 10 a.m. P.D.T.
- St. Agnes in San Francisco, CA – 9 a.m. P.D.T. (Daily)/10 a.m. P.D.T. (Sunday)
- Most Holy Trinity Catholic Church in San Jose, CA – 9:30 a.m. P.D.T. (Sunday)
- St. Joseph’s Parish in Seattle, WA – Sunday
- St. Aloysius in Spokane, WA – 8:30/11 a.m., 7 p.m. P.D.T.
- St. Francis Xavier College Church in St. Louis, MO – 10:30 a.m. C.D.T.
- Saint Thomas More Catholic Community in St. Paul, MN – 10:30 a.m. C.D.T. (Sunday)
- Georgetown Dahlgren Chapel in Washington, D.C. – 7 p.m. E.D.T.
- St. Peter’s Jesuit Community in Jersey City, NJ – Sunday
- St. Anthony’s Church in Oceanside, NY – 11:45 a.m. E.D.T.
- St. Raphael the Archangel Catholic Church in Raleigh, NC – Sundays 9:30 a.m. E.D.T. (English) / 11:30 a.m. (Spanish)