Covid-19 Engaging Your Faith

Holy Mass on the Fifth Sunday of Lent
 recorded at 8:30am
   March 29, 2020 

 

Stations of the Cross - recorded on March 27

 

It’s not easy keeping The Lord’s Day holy in quarantine but we have some suggestions.
CLICK HERE to see a new one-page summary on Celebrating Sunday as a Domestic Church
This one is for the Fifth Sunday of Lent:  Mar. 29, 2020

"What do I do if I cannot go to confession or receive holy communion because of the coronavirus?" CLICK HERE to see an article from the archdiocese on Perfect Contrition & Spiritual Communion

CLICK HERE to download a flyer provided by the Archdiocese that contains ideas, prayers and activities for your family to grow in faith while at home

- Magnificat and Word Among US are offering complimentary online versions of their magazines. Check their websites.

- Adoremus has a podcast about what to do if Mass is not available.

- Dynamic Catholic has many videos, books and courses available.

- CLICK HERE to connect to EWTN for Sunday Mass. Other televised Sunday Masses are available at Our Lady Star of the Sea in Bremerton, St. Michaels in Olympia, Lourdes in Vancouver. Check their websites.

-FORMED is an online resouce filled with tools, such as videos, programs, digital books, and more!

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  • Enter our parish code 3FRM2C on the website homepage
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  • Start enjoying the best Catholic content all in one place!

Important:  Do NOT sign up as an individual--our parish access code provides you with more content than an individual subscription, and it's completely free for you!

 

 

 

- Check on our Faith Formation web pages for updates in sacramental studies.

 

Archbishop Etienne's Daily Mass, 8:30am

 

Daily Mass from Bishop Barron's chapel