Faith at Home Resources

“Make your home a little church.” + Bishop Scharfenberger

With these words, Bishop Scharfenberger encourages us draw close to our Lord, even as we physically distance ourselves from one another. Even though we may be without the Eucharist at Mass, our Lord remains in our hearts and homes. Please read Bishop Scharfenberger’s full letter to the faithful here.

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“Make sure the Cross is visible in a prominent place. If you have a statue or a picture of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, or Mary or Joseph, light a candle in front of it. Invite the Holy Family into your home.”
+ Bishop Scharfenberger

 

We’ve compiled resources to help you aid in your faith journey at home. Watch live streamed Masses, find the daily readings, learn about the lives of the saints, or incorporate your favorite, or a new, prayer practice into your routine.

Watch Sunday Mass Online and on Television

VIEW ONLINE AND TELEVISION LISTINGS FOR LIVE MASS
Mass is streamed online from local parishes, live every Sunday, and available on demand. Television broadcast information is also available. You can also watch EWTN directly on this page down below.

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“Let the Holy Spirit speak to your heart through the Word of God. He wrote the Scriptures after all and wants to console your heart.”
+ Bishop Scharfenberger

 

*NEW* A REFLECTION ON PALM SUNDAY
By Very Rev. Anthony Barratt

DAILY SCRIPTURE READINGS

SAINT OF THE DAY

DAILY MASS WITH POPE FRANCIS

STATIONS OF THE CROSS

SOME SIMPLE SUGGESTIONS FOR PRAYER DURING THIS TIME OF ANXIETY
By Very Rev. Anthony Barratt

Prayer for Spiritual Communion

My Jesus,
I believe that You
are present in the Most Holy Sacrament.
I love You above all things,
and I desire to receive You into my soul.
Since I cannot at this moment
receive You sacramentally,
come at least spiritually into my heart. I embrace You as if You were already there and unite myself wholly to You. Never permit me to be separated from You.

Amen

A SPIRITUAL COMMUNION COLORING PAGE FOR YOUR LITTLE ONES

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“And, don’t forget, these are the challenges of which saints are made, and you are called to be one!”
+ Bishop Scharfenberger


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