Thank you for joining us for Mass! While your surroundings might look a little different than usual and there might be fewer voices singing with you, please remember that it is still Mass! Speak the responses out loud, stand, and kneel as usual, and be as reverent as you can.
In order to help everyone engage with Mass while at home, we have created a virtual worship aid! You can print it out or pull the aid up on another screen so you can follow along with the Mass as you watch.
Once again, thank you for joining us for Mass and we hope to see you back in the pews soon!
Please note, to watch the Mass in full screen, click on the word "YouTube" at the bottom right corner of the video and click on full screen after you have been redirected to watch on YouTube.
It is vital to keep your prayer life going during this difficult time. Gather your family and use the resources below to pray together!
- Take a moment to pray daily, weekly or monthly with this online prayer book
- Make a prayer of spiritual Communion
- Pray a Rosary, Chaplet of Divine Mercy and other prayers, such as a prayer to Mary, Health of the Sick
- Read and meditate on the Sunday readings and other scripture passages
- Click here for beautiful prayers and more online resources that are perfect for at-home prayer.
- The Pastor of Immaculate Conception Parish operates his own blog that covers timely topics on COVID-19 and the faith. Click here to read some of his blog entries.
- Formed provides an abundance of Catholic videos, podcasts, and materials all online.
- Click here for resources for parents and teachers.
- Click here for resources for individual prayer and professional development.
- Liturgy Training Publications has planned a number of virtual gatherings for the next few weeks. Their offerings include a number of virtual conversations in light of the COVID-19 pandemic (topics include liturgy, music ministry, and Christian initiation), a virtual Way of the Cross, and a Holy Week Virtual Retreat. Each virtual gathering is free, but space is limited. Click here for more information, click here to sign up, and click here for other resources offered by LTP.
- LPI provides reflections every Sunday on its website. The reflections can be found here.
- Faith Walk provides Catholic reflections, podcasts, devotions, studies, and more! Explore the site here.
Every Friday Fr. Phil live streams on Facebook to connect with parishioners. He asks questions, offers things to reflect on, and spends time talking with our church community. You can find his videos here.