STAYING CONNECTED THROUGHOUT COVID-19
Resources and information to help us through this period of no public worship.
Live Mass Streaming
Local Deanery Masses
The Parish of Merthyr Tydfil - Daily Mass live at 10am.
St Helen's, Caerphilly - Sunday Mass live at 10.30am.
Locally within the Diocese the following parishes will be live streaming:
St. David's Cathedral, Cardiff - stream is located on their homepage.
St. Mary of the Angel's, Canton - Sunday Masslive at 10 am, 12 noon & 6 pm
St Teilo's, Whitchurch - Daily Mass live at 10 am, available to watch all day. 10.30 am (in Polish)
Our Lady & St Michael, Abergavenny - daily audio stream of Mass ...
St Helen's, Barry - Sunday Mass live at 10.30 am, Monday - Saturday live at 9 am.
Our Lady & St. Illtyd, Llanwit Major - Sunday Mass live at 9 am, Saturday Vigil Mass live at 5 pm
Our Lady of Peace, Newbridge - Daily Mass at 10.30 am.
All Saints Parish, Newport - Sunday Mass live at 9 am, 11 am, 1 pm(Polish), 6 pm
Msza Swieta w jezyku polskim
St Teilo z Matka Boza z Lourdes -Masowa transmisja codziennie o 10:30, w tym Niedziela
Parafii Wszystkich Swietych w Newport - Msza Niedziela o 13.00
International online resources for streaming Daily Mass include:
EWTN - Daily Mass in English at 12 noon
Shalom Word TV - Daily Mass at 9 am, repeated at 9 pm.
ChurchServicesTv offers a live stream from churches around the world
Word on Fire - Daily Mass at 12:15 pm.
Sky TV, channel 588 - Franciscan Missionary of the Eternal Word
Weekday Mass at 8 am 12 noon and 7 pm
Sunday Mass at 8 am and 12 noon
When Mass cannot be celebrated publicly is a liturgy for use at home by the Bishops of England and Wales.
A Collection of Prayers compiled by Archbishop George Stack
Readings of the day can be found on the Universalis website. They also have the Liturgy of the Hours:
Phone Apps & Podcasts
The Universalis App is available to purchase if you can afford. It contains Mass readings, Lectio Divina, and the Divine Office in full and does not need the internet once installed. It costs £10.99 to buy. Available on Android and iOS.
There are many Catholic podcasts to download and listen to with Readings, Sermons and Reflections. As it is the Year of the Word if you go on to the Bishops of England and Wales website you can follow the podcast on Reading Matthew in Lent.
Making a Spiritual Communion
Spiritual Communion is the heartfelt desire to receive Our Lord, even when we are unable because of the distance or for some other reason. This desire to receive him through spiritual Communion is an act of love which prolongs our thanksgiving even when we are not in the Eucharistic presence of Our Lord. The wish to live constantly in his presence can be fuelled by acts of love and desire to be united with him and is a means of drawing more deeply from the life of the Holy Spirit dwelling within our souls in the state of grace.
Acts of Spiritual Communion
I wish my Lord, to receive you with the purity, humility and devotion with which your most holy Mother received you, with the spirit and fervour of the saints.
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.
Give me, good Lord, a longing to be with Thee ... give me warmth, delight, and quickness in thinking upon Thee. And give me Thy grace to long for Thine holy sacraments, and specially to rejoice in the presence of Thy very blessed Body, sweet Saviour Christ, in the Holy Sacrament of the Altar.