2nd Sunday in Ordinary Time
January 19, 2020Watch the Mass
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Dear Parishioner and Friend of The Sunday Mass,
"Do not be afraid; for behold, I proclaim to you good news of great joy that will be for all the people.” (Luke 2:10)
Yes, Christmas is a time of great joy but also many other emotions. It is a wonderful Holy Day and holiday. It is a time of meaningful prayers, beautiful liturgies and heartfelt music. It is also a time of family, friends, decorations, gatherings, wonderful food and excited children. But for me it is also a time to remember my father. My father died on Christmas morning thirty-seven years ago. You might think that his death on Christmas Day makes Christmas a sad and difficult time. If I am honest, yes at first there were some difficult Christmases. But I have come to celebrate Christmas in a much deeper way since my father’s death. It is special to remember Christ’s birth into this world and my father’s birth into eternal life on the same day!Read More
We are a TV parish with a mission to bring The Sunday Mass to the home bound and so many others...
About The Sunday Mass
The Passionists of the St. Paul of the Cross Province began their television ministry in New York in December of 1970. From the first broadcast, The Sunday Mass was enthusiastically received by the home bound and the infirm. Today, hundreds of thousands now join in the celebration of The Sunday Mass nationwide on UPtv and worldwide via the internet.Tell me more
The Sunday Mass Premieres, December 8th at 6:30AM on UPtv.