Resources and Prayers for Home Use During the Pandemic:
1. We invite you to watch Mass live-streamed from St. Mary’s Church, every Sunday at 11:30 AM. Just visit: https://www.facebook.com/MusicAtStMarysHolliston/ and scroll down. You do not need a Facebook account to access this page.
2. You may also watch St. Mary’s Sunday, 11:30 AM Mass live each week on Holliston Cable Access: Verizon Fios Ch. 33 or Comcast Xfinity Ch. 96.
3. Readings for all Daily & Sunday Masses are available for free at:
4. Additionally, Morning Prayer is
live-streamed from St. Mary’s Church each weekday by Deacon John Barry at 7:30
AM at: https://www.facebook.com/MusicAtStMarysHolliston/
5. Watch daily Mass online. Schedules and access to the televised Mass and rebroadcasts are available at www.WatchtheMass.com or www.catholictv.org and by consulting local cable providers or networks.
6. Live-stream of Pope Francis’ Masses:
7. Give Us This Day, a monthly publication centered on the Word of God, is making available at no charge a digital file of its periodical, which includes daily Mass texts: www.GUTD.net/Digital.
8. Steps for Spiritual Communion: http://stcdio.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/spiritual-communion.pdf
9. Downloadable prayer card seeking intercession of Our Lady of Guadalupe:
10. Text of pope’s prayer to Mary during coronavirus pandemic:
11. Free online Adult Courses – University of Notre Dame
McGrath Institute for Church Life:
The Pillars of the Church
Saturdays with the Saints
Journey with the Saint John’s Bible
12. CHRIST OUR LIGHT IN THE DARKNESS: Join Cardinal Seán O’Malley on this six-part retreat, a beautiful way to grow in your relationship with Christ: https://www.bostoncatholic.org/virtualretreat.
Scroll to the bottom of the webpage to watch the 6 videos in order.
2) Mercy and Forgiveness
3) Faith: The Key to Meaning and Call to Friendship
4) Who is My Neighbor? The Good Samaritan
5) The Seven Last Words
6) The Eucharist