What do do when no mass

Not attending Mass presents the danger of slipping away spiritually. What to do when churches are closed.

  1. Watch or listen to the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass
    • There is an Ordinariate Daily Mass streamed. Our Ordinary, Msgr Carl, streams his mass from his small chapel daily at 11.00am, though not on Sundays. Easy access to our Facebook page where the Mass is livestreamed is through our web page: ordinariate.org.au and then click on the Facebook symbol, which on my computer shows up in two places – upper right corner and bottom of page in the middle.
    • If you cannot attend mass; mass is streamed via the web. From the USA comes the Latin Mass http://livemass.net/.
    • Ordinary form of the mass. Sydney Cathedral: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZxfrykD8iSWExFBdM7fpRg
  1. Read the Mass readings daily. http://www.ordinariate.org.au/mass-readings-for-the-day/
  2. Read Magnificat. Temporarily online versions are available for free as a service to the Church (https://us.magnificat.net/free). This resource offers spiritual inspiration and the Mass readings.
  3. Pray the Rosary and Chaplet of Divine Mercy.
  4. Say the Ordinariate daily office: http://prayer.covert.org/
  5. Go to adoration and make a Holy Hour. Go to online for a listing of 13 chapels that broadcast adoration https://virtualadoration.home.blog/.
  6. Pray the Litany
  7. Read the lives of the saints
  8. Go and look at free traditional books online: https://www.traditionalcatholic.co/free-catholicbooks/  Thanks to technology, and perhaps due to Christianity’s low status in our modern liberal age, there is a  fantastic treasure trove of good, traditional Catholic books available for free or near-free. Below are links to valuable and timeless Catholic texts (including those written by great saints and Fathers and Doctors of the Church) that you can read and download for free. Take advantage of this – they have changed my life and will change yours, too


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