Saturday, 21 March 2020

Livestreaming the Traditional Latin Mass


Dear friends of the London Latin Mass Apostolate,

We hope this email finds each of you and your families in good health.

As noted in previous emails, the public celebration of the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass has been suspended indefinitely in light of the current COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Pandemic. While we are in self-isolation in anticipation of lowering the rate of infection (flattening the curve), we are not left abandoned as Christ still offers Himself to the Father on our behalf through the consecrated hands of our priests daily. As lay faithful, while we are unable to participate physically in Sunday Mass, we are still commanded by Divine Law to keep the sabbath day holy (Exodus 20:8). To aid the laity in this, some parishes have been able to livestream Mass and other devotions which has been of great spiritual benefit for souls. It is in fact become even more beneficial, as today, Mauro Cardinal Piacenza, on behalf of the Apostolic Penitentiary in Rome, announced a number of Plenary Indulgences, including one for those who participate in Mass or other Catholic devotions through television or via the internet during the pandemic. It states the following:

The Plenary Indulgence is granted to the faithful suffering from Coronavirus, who are subject to quarantine by order of the health authority in hospitals or in their own homes if, with a spirit detached from any sin, they unite spiritually through the media to the celebration of Holy Mass, the recitation of the Holy Rosary, to the pious practice of the Way of the Cross or other forms of devotion, or if at least they will recite the Creed, the Lord's Prayer and a pious invocation to the Blessed Virgin Mary, offering this trial in a spirit of faith in God and charity towards their brothers and sisters, with the will to fulfill the usual conditions (sacramental confession, Eucharistic communion and prayer according to the Holy Father's intentions), as soon as possible.

Due to Diocesan guidelines, livestreaming from Holy Angels Parish is not possible at this time. As such, Fr. John requested that I research options for our parishioners to ensure they can still participate spiritually in the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass online. Here is a list of times and places which will be streaming the Traditional Latin Mass on Sunday, March 22, 2020 for the Fourth Sunday of Lent - Laetare Sunday (Times listed below in EST):

(Ireland) Sacred Heart Church, Limerick - Institute of Christ the King, Sovereign Priest (ICKSP)
Sunday: 6:30 am High Mass
Daily (except Saturday): 3:00 pm
Saturday: 8:00 am
Website (s):

(USA) Institute of Christ the King, Sovereign Priest (ICKSP) Provincial Headquarters, Chicago, IL 
Sunday: 9:00 am, 1:30 pm
Daily (except Tuesday): 10:00 am
Tuesday: 8:00 pm
Website (s):
Schedule including other devotions:

(USA) Christ the King, Sarasota, FL - Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter (FSSP)
Sunday: 8:30 am; 10:30 am
Daily (except Monday): 9:00 am
Monday: 12:00 pm
Website (s):
Schedule for other Masses streamed on this site found here:
Note: Website above has had some known issues with overload, specifically on Sundays, and may not work. We do not recommend relying on this site, and would recommend another site for streaming on Sundays.

(USA) St. Mary of Pine Bluff - Pine Bluff, WI (Diocesan)
Sunday: 6:30 am
Daily: 6:30 am (Ad Orientem Novus Ordo)
Website (s):

(UK) Latin Mass Society of England and Wales
See the below list of locations and visit the link to view the Mass. Please note, we cannot vouch for the quality of these streams.

St Mary's Shrine  
7:00 am

St Winefride's

Cardiff Oratory  

Holy Rood  

St Mary's Shrine

St Winefride's  

(USA) Mater Ecclesiae Chapel, Camden, NJ (Diocescan)
Sunday: 10:30 am
Daily (Wednesday only): 7:30 pm
Website (s):

Please note that I will be posting more links for Sunday Masses to our Facebook page ( as I become aware of them. If you wish to follow along with the Mass, the Propers for this upcoming Sunday can be found at: 

We hope this will aid you and your families to enter more fully into the Liturgy this Sunday during this our exile. Just a reminder that we are praying the St. Joseph Novena which we began on his solemn feast yesterday (March 19, 2020). It is not too late to start. I will include the novena text from Fr. John at the bottom of this email. Be assured of our continued prayers for you and your families. St. Joseph, Help of the Sick, Ora Pro Nobis.

Sincerely in Christ,

The London Latin Mass Apostolate
St. Joseph Novena Prayer
Saint Joseph, you are the faithful protector and intercessor of all who love and venerate you. You know that I have confidence in you and that, after Jesus and Mary, I come to you as an example for holiness, for you are especially close with God. Therefore, I humbly commend myself, with all who are dear to me and all that belong to me, to your intercession. I beg of you, by your love for Jesus and Mary, not to abandon me during life and to assist me at the hour of my death. 
Glorious Saint Joseph, spouse of the Immaculate Virgin, pray for me to have a pure, humble, charitable mind, and perfect resignation to the divine Will. Be my guide, my father, and my model through life that I may die as you did in the arms of Jesus and Mary. 
Loving Saint Joseph, faithful follower of Jesus Christ, I raise my heart to you to implore your powerful intercession in obtaining from the Divine Heart of Jesus all the graces necessary for my spiritual and temporal welfare, particularly the grace of a happy death, and the special grace I now implore:
 (Mention your request) 
Guardian of the Word Incarnate, I feel confident that your prayers on my behalf will be graciously heard before the throne of God. St. Joseph Most Just, Pray for us! Amen. Glory be to the Father and to the Son and to the Holy Spirit, as it was in the beginning, is now and ever shall be, world without end. Amen
Our Father, Hail Mary, Glory Be
St Joseph pray for us 

O Great St. Rocco, deliver us,
we beseech thee,
from the scourges of God;
through thy intercession,
preserve our bodies from contagious diseases,
and our souls from the contagion of sin.
Obtain for us salubrious air;
but, above all, purity of heart.
Assist us to make good use of health,
to bear suffering with patience;
and, after thy example,
to live in the practice of penance and charity,
that we may one day enjoy the happiness
which thou has merited by thy virtues.

St. Rocco, pray for us (3x).

Saint Rocco is venerated in the Roman Catholic Church as the
protector against all contagious diseases.
London Latin Mass Apostolate
Traditional Latin Mass held every Sunday at 1:30pm
Holy Angels Catholic Church
502 Talbot St. St. Thomas, Ontario


Mary's Child Mariann said...

Many Thanks, and God bless and protect you.

Doghouse Riley said...

Livestreaming Sunday TLM at St. John Cantius Church in Chicago: Low Mass (7:30 a.m. CDT); High Mass (12:30 p.m. CDT). Search "St. John Cantius Church" on YouTube. Or use this link

Peggy said...

Institute of Christ the King at St Francis Oratory in St Louis, MO