25th Sunday in Ordinary Time
September 23, 2018Watch the Mass
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Dear Parishioner and Friend of The Sunday Mass,
As we make our way through these uneven days of spring, I take pause to begin thinking about the August days of summer and our opportunity to honor our Blessed Mother, through the Feast of her Assumption. Just today, I celebrated the new memorial instituted by Pope Francis for the Monday after Pentecost, of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Mother of the Church. Today, we honor Mary, as Mother of the Church and as Mother of us all, who guides, comforts, and embraces us with her caring presence and love. She stood at the foot of the Cross out of love for her Son and us.Read More
We are a TV parish with a mission to bring The Sunday Mass to the home bound and so many others...
Our Sunday Visitor
The Sunday Mass is pleased to announce the receipt of a grant from Our Sunday Visitor. Our Sunday Visitor is one of the largest Catholic publishers in the world. Through Our Sunday Visitor Institute, they carry out their mission to help people bring their Catholic faith to life.
The Sunday Mass will use this generous grant from The Sunday Visitor to improve the quality of our television production by means of additional camera equipment and operator. Additionally, these funds will upgrade our recording and distribution equipment.
All of us at The Sunday Mass are grateful to Our Sunday Visitor for their generous support of our mission. To learn more about Our Sunday Visitor, please visit their website: www.OurSundayVisitor.com
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 Freeform, formerly ABC Family Channel and worldwide via the internet.Tell me more